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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

The Schlaepfer Family Massacre
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UN takes aim at NZ prisons
29 August 2014

The Corrections Department is defending itself after a highly critical report from the United Nations slated prisoner welfare.
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Vector wins tunnel tax case
29 Aug:  The High Court has ruled in favour of Vector against paying tax on a $53 million payment for access rights to its Auckland CBD tunnel. click here for full story

Doctor abused friends' young sons
29 Aug:  A doctor recovering from the suicide of his adult son was offered accommodation by his friends and then went on to abuse their young sons. click here for full story

'Basic stuff' failure claims man's finger
29 Aug:  Fertiliser company Ravensdown has been fined $33,000 after it failed to put a guard up on a "tripper machine" and a worker lost a finger tip. click here for full story

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