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Guns in Glen Eden: Carjacking, gunpoint arrests in West Auckland
It's understood a group of crickets watched a frightening firearms incident unfold, while a separate incident saw two men arrested at gunpoint. 
© 2021 4:35pm 

Elizabeth Zhong homicide: Businesswoman reported threats to police before killing
Seven weeks after Elizabeth Zhong was stabbed to death and hidden in her car, police are yet to make an arrest. 
© 2021 1:15pm 

Person in hospital and one in police custody after family harm incident results in house fire
A man in his 50s was taken to hospital and a person was arrested after a family harm incident resulted in a house fire in Taranaki on Friday night. 
© 2021 9:55am 

Corrections consulted international experts on how to manage mosque gunman
New documents reveal the Department of Corrections consulted international experts before the mosque gunman's sentencing to prepare for his incarceration. 
© 2021 RadioNZ 8:55am 

Solo 45 has jail term increased to 30 years on appeal
Andy Anokye, known as Solo 45, had his 24-year sentence increased to 30 years. 
© 2021 BBCWorld 3:55am 

Dutch Rutte government resigns over child welfare fraud scandal
Mark Rutte's cabinet resigns after families were wrongly accused and many faced financial problems. 
© 2021 BBCWorld 3:35am 

Goldie theft 'rare, stupid and disrespectful' - art expert
Past art crime in New Zealand shows there's a risk a recently stolen C.F Goldie work could be damaged, another art crime expert says. 
© 2021 Fri 5:15pm 

Police seek woman in relation to Karori homicide
Pania Waaka, 33, may have information that can help police with their investigation. 
© 2021 Fri 5:15pm 

Police seeking Pania Waaka in relation to Wellington homicide investigation
Police homicide investigators need help locating Pania Waaka in relation to the death of 33-year-old Rau Tongia last month.Waaka was believed to be travelling between the Wellington, Whanganui, and Hastings areas, police said in... 
© 2021 NZ Herald Fri 3:35pm 

Reserve Bank of New Zealand Committed to Action as It Responds to Data Breach
The Governor of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, Adrian Orr, says the recent malicious and illegal breach of a file sharing application used by the Bank is significant, and has our full attention 
© 2021 Fri 3:25pm 

Demerit points bill oversimplifies youth justice system, expert says
A proposed demerit point system for young offenders concerns some experts, as public submissions on the bill remain open until February. The Oranga Tamariki [Youth Justice Demerit Points] Amendment Bill described the demerit system,... 
© 2021 NZ Herald Fri 1:35pm 

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-Chinese lawyer who represented Hong Kong activist stripped of licence

Golf - Former Masters, US Open winner Angel Cabrera arrested for assault, to be extradited to Argentina
Two-time major golf champion Angel Cabrera has reportedly been arrested in Brazil after fleeing from allegations he threatened to kill his former partner.The 51-year-old Argentine is best known for winning the 2007 US Open and 2009... 
© 2021 NZ Herald 2:25pm 

Indonesia earthquake: Sulawesi hospital among collapsed buildings
Rescuers are searching through the rubble of an Indonesian hospital after an earthquake struck the island of Sulawesi, killing at least 34 people. 
© 2021 RadioNZ 9:25am 

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A Londoner's view: Why Kane Williamson is the best batsman in the world
Opinion: Kane Williamson's leadership qualities are similar to those of Jacinda Ardern - and his batting is world-beating, writes London lawyer Auni Akhter. 
© 2021 5:45am 

-U.S. pigeon to 'face consequences' of illegal entry, says Australia

RBNZ governor 'apologises unreservedly' for data breach
Adrian Orr has called in an independent investigator to review a "malicious and illegal breach" at the central bank. 
© 2021 RadioNZ Fri 5:55pm 

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Reserve Bank governor Adrian Orr on data breach: 'I own this, am disappointed and sorry'
Reserve Bank governor Adrian Orr says he "personally owns the issue'' of a serious data breach and has brought in an independent investigator.Orr said this week's malicious and illegal breach of a file-sharing application used by... 
© 2021 NZ Herald Fri 3:45pm 

Well-known Wellington burglar's DNA found at scene of crime after leaving half-eaten doughnut behind
The sweet treat was left behind after an Island Bay business was burgled. 
© 2021 Fri 3:35pm 

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Wellington police lift DNA off doughnut left at scene of burglary
Wellington police have managed to identify a burglary suspect after pulling DNA from a half-eaten doughnut abandoned at the scene of the crime.The clever catch was made by Police Scene of Crime Office (SOCO) staff, area prevention... 
© 2021 NZ Herald Fri 2:05pm 

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