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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    Prime Minister Chris Luxon has reaffirmed commitments to walking the talk on violent crime

    Prime Minister Chris Luxon has reaffirmed commitments to walking the talk on violent crime


    A worker is in a stable condition in hospital, after being injured in yesterday morning's robbery at the Chapel Downs Discount Liquor Store in Auckland's Clover Park.

    One witness reported seeing the offender fleeing with a six-pack of alcoholic drinks.

    Mr Luxon says there have to be consequences for violent crime like yesterday's incident.

    He says they've started, and are continuing, processes outlined in their 100-day plan for tackling gangs and also ensuring serious consequences for serious young offenders.

    © 2024 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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