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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Law and Order articles  Law and Order
    ACT wants to reward prisoners for courses
     25 February 2017
    ACT says prisoners should be able to earn a reduction in their sentence by successfully completing literacy, numeracy, and driving courses.
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    Man injured in New Plymouth attack
    25 Feb: One man has suffered cuts to his neck after approaching a group who were doing burnouts in New Plymouth.... more
    Victim hospitalised after Auckland assault
    25 Feb: One person is in a hospital with serious injuries following an assault in Auckland.... more
    Kidnap accused didn't know victim: lawyer
    24 Feb: When he discovered his intimidating co-accused standing over a dead and bloodied man, Steve Gunbie helped hide the body out of fear, his lawyer says.... more
    Schools reopen after Auckland lockdown
    24 Feb: Police have begun lifting the lockdown in Auckland's Remuera after armed officers and a chopper descended on the area to hunt for a reported injured woman.... more
    Alleged NZ pedophile stays in custody
    24 Feb: Craig Edward Broadley, 42, was allegedly involved in a worldwide pedophile ring that abused the adopted son of a gay Cairns couple.... more
    No charges yet in Whangarei shooting
    24 Feb: Police haven't yet charged anyone over five gang-linked men being shot in Whangarei but say they are following strong leads.... more
    Cricketer Kuggeleijn not guilty of rape
    24 Feb: Cricketer Scott Kuggeleijn has been found not guilty of rape in the Hamilton District Court.... more
    Mike Bush admits to historic conviction
    24 Feb: Police Commissioner Mike Bush has admitted he was convicted for drink driving while off duty 34 years ago.... more
    Nearly 35kg of cocaine never found: Crown
    24 Feb: A man who admitted bringing cocaine into the country may have shipped in as much as 35kg from Colombia - but none of it has been found, a court has heard.... more

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