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Justice system struggling with massive jury trial backlog
Defendants awating trial by jury are facing months of delays as courts grapple with backlogs caused by Covid-19. 
© 2020 RadioNZ 9:05am 

Kylee Guy still determined to get justice for husband Scott Guy's murder
Widow Kylee Guy has spoken out on the eve of the 10th anniversary of her husband's death, saying she knows who killed him.And, in an exclusive interview with the Sunday programme she said the killer is still out there and she has... 
© 2020 NZ Herald 8:45pm 

Stolen sculpture's whereabouts a mystery despite arrest over art theft
A man has been arrested after a bizarre incident where a heavy, well-loved sculpture was stolen from the lobby of a Wellington hotel. 
© 2020 5:45pm 

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Cleveland Indians to review team name in light of protests against racial injustice
Baseball team the Cleveland Indians are to review their name in order to "embrace their responsibility to advance social justice and equality". 
© 2020 BBCWorld Sun 2:45am 

Covid 19 privacy breach: Criminal charges 'on the table' if malicious motive behind leak of personal details
Criminal charges are "on the table" if a malicious motive is found to be behind the leak private Covid-19 patient details, the Government says.State Service Minister Chris Hipkins has also apologised to the people involved in the... 
© 2020 NZ Herald Sat 1:45pm 

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Scott Guy's murder 10 years on - did cops get the wrong man?
Ten years on, questions remain whether police charged the right man with Scott Guy's murder. 
© 2020 Sat 9:15am 

-Italy slams Egypt's stance on killing as 'punch in the face'

Prison sentence for driver who killed scooter rider in Whanganui
When a drunk driver took the life of a much-loved person he also caused deep distress within her family, Justice Francis Cooke told the High Court at Whanganui.Jeanette Mary Gibbs was killed when her scooter was hit by the car Peter... 
© 2020 NZ Herald Sat 5:45am 

Woman attacked by serial rapist Joseph Thompson: He needs to stay in jail
New Zealand's worst serial rapist will remain behind bars after accepting he is at high risk of reoffending.It's a decision that comes as no surprise to the senior police officer who arrested him and a relief to one victim who says... 
© 2020 NZ Herald Sat 5:45am 

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Underwater cave in Mexico reveals ancient Mayan secrets
Divers on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula find evidence of a mining operation started 12,000 years ago. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 3:25am 

Killer on the run: Teen murderer Haami Hanara missing from Youth Justice facility since Friday
A teenager jailed for life when he was just 14 for brutally murdering a Flaxmere man has escaped from a Youth Justice facility - and has been on the run since Friday.The Herald can reveal that Haami Hanara took off from a facility... 
© 2020 NZ Herald 7:45pm 

Crime dips in Southland during coronavirus lockdown
Police data shows Southland had its lowest number of incidents/events in two years during the lockdown months. 
© 2020 Sun 1:35pm 

America's Cup: Auckland sailmaker scammed like Team New Zealand
It was a copy-cat fraud but this one went through a US bank across 14 countries to an address in Nigeria. 
© 2020 Sun 6:55am 

Crown appeals Lorraine Smith's sentence after she avoided life for murdering her granddaughter
Lorraine Smith avoided life in jail for murdering her granddaughter, 13-year-old Kalis Smith. 
© 2020 Sat 8:05pm 

Criminal charges possible for source of Covid privacy leak
By Jane Patterson for RNZ. There has been a massive privacy breach, with the leak of personal details revealing the identity of New Zealand's 18 active Covid cases.RNZ has seen a document that includes the full names, addresses,... 
© 2020 NZ Herald Sat 12:45am 

Criminal charges possible if leak source identified in Covid-19 privacy breach investigation
The State Services Minister says the government will do everything it can to track down who is responsible for a massive privacy breach relating to New Zealand's active Covid cases, and is not ruling out pursuing criminal charges. 
© 2020 RadioNZ Sat 10:55am 

Jamal Khashoggi murder: Turkey puts 20 Saudis on trial in absentia
Twenty Saudi nationals have gone on trial in absentia in Turkey for the murder of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi in 2018. 
© 2020 RadioNZ Sat 7:35am 

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