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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    A Marlborough teacher who admitted sexually abusing two schoolboys, will have to wait a little longer for her bid for freedom

    A Marlborough teacher who admitted sexually abusing two schoolboys, will have to wait a little longer for her bid for freedom


    In December, Jaimee Cooney was sentenced in the Blenheim District Court to two years and six months in jail for her offending.

    She's understood to be the first female teacher in New Zealand, convicted for sexual offending against students.

    Cooney will become eligible for parole on October 17 - and appeared before a parole board yesterday seeking early release.

    But a crucial psychologist's report hadn't been completed - so the hearing's been adjourned to early next month.

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