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The Mangamahu Murder, 1921
Geoge Gordon binged on Sandy McDonald whiskey for several days, then asked his bushmate to chop off his head. And he did. Click here for full story

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Complaint over 'England' dismissed
30 May 2017

The inaccurate use of the word "England" to describe the United Kingdom and Great Britain on the Paul Henry Show wasn't discriminatory, the High Court has said.
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Professor applauds prisoner voting ruling
30 May:  A legal commentator has applauded the Court of Appeal's decision to rule against the Crown over whether a ban on prisoners voting is a breach of their rights. click here for full story

Fraudster Harrison worked for Corrections
30 May:  Fraudster Joanne Harrison worked at the Department of Corrections before she stole more than $720,000 from the Ministry of Transport. click here for full story

Man fined and suspended for stealing drugs
29 May:  A man has been fined, censured and suspended for stealing drugs from his workplace to help his partner's anxiety and insomnia. click here for full story

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