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15 Dec 2019 12:29
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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    The man who killed Karla Cardno three decades ago has again been refused parole

    The man who killed Karla Cardno three decades ago has again been refused parole


    Paul Dally snatched Karla as she was cycling home in Lower Hutt in May 1989.

    He repeatedly raped and tortured the 13-year-old over 22 hours, before burying her in a shallow grave at Pencarrow Head.

    The now 58-year-old Dally will spend at least another 18 months in prison before he can be reassessed.

    The Parole Board decision released today says Dally accepts there's significant reintegration work required.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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     Today's News

    Accident and Emergency:
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    Rugby:
    We need dedicated resources around the All Blacks 12:06

    Environment:
    Heavy rain's expected to pelt the West Coast of the South Island today 11:56

    Environment:
    Thousands of dead fish have been seen washing up on an island in Auckland's Hauraki Gulf 11:06

    Law and Order:
    Australian swimmer Shayna Jack has maintained her innocence in the doping case against her, saying a steroid detected in her blood may have come from cross-contamination 10:46

    Accident and Emergency:
    There's been a fatal house fire north of Gisborne 10:26

    Business:
    Changes to the Rugby Championship appear increasingly likely if recent discussions are anything to go by 10:06

    Living & Travel:
    What do you do if your dog has cornered a snake? And how do you treat a pet's snake bite? 9:56

    Rugby:
    Former All Black Nehe Milner-Skudder has delayed joining Toulon 9:26

    Tennis:
    Former top singles player Marina Erakovic has been appointed to the role of New Zealand Fed Cup captain 8:16


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