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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    Two more arrests over the gang violence in Hawke's Bay

    Two more arrests over the gang violence in Hawke's Bay


    Three people have been charged over a firearms incident in Taradale during a gang brawl a week ago.

    Police Minister - and local Napier MP - Stuart Nash says he expects officers to take advantage of a mandate to go hard on gangs.

    He says there's no place for gang violence and methamphetamine use on our streets.

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