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    15 arrests after dairy robbed nine times
     29 March 2017
    Police have arrested 15 people after a dairy in Christchurch's Woolston was robbed nine times in a year.
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    Atiamuri murder: guilty verdict
    28 Mar: A man who savagely and fatally attacked his partner at Atiamuri in the southern Waikato has been found guilty of her murder.... more
    Toilet water reveals NZ drug use
    28 Mar: Analysis of toilet and shower wastewater for illegal drug use in Christchurch and Auckland has detected methamphetamine but no heroin, police say.... more
    Kiwi prison guards worried by police error
    28 Mar: Six Auckland prison guards are concerned for their safety after gang member inmates got hold of personal information about them because of a police error.... more
    Ute a police focus in Dunedin sex assaults
    27 Mar: Police investigating two sexual assault cases in Dunedin are appealing for sightings of a late-model four-wheel-drive ute on the night of the incidents.... more
    Booby-trapped cannabis plot causes concern
    27 Mar: Police are concerned that those behind a booby-trapped cannabis plot near Glenorchy in Otago put people at risk of serious injury.... more
    SAS killed one insurgent: Keating
    27 Mar: Defence Force Chief Tim Keating has admitted SAS ground forces killed one insurgent during an operation in Afghanistan in August 2010.... more
    Savage Atiamuri attack was murder: Crown
    27 Mar: A man who savagely and fatally attacked his partner at Atiamuri should be found guilty of murder because he knew he could kill her, the Crown says.... more
    Blenheim axe killer must stay in jail
    27 Mar: The man jailed for the 1999 axe murder of his wife in Blenheim has again failed to overturn the Parole Board's decision to keep him behind bars.... more
    Condolence book for London victims
    27 Mar: The British High Commission will open a book of condolences for Kiwis to pay their respects to the victims of the London attack.... more

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