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Police are investigating what they say is an aggravated robbery at a food market in Christchurch overnight. Police were called to Mairehau Food Studio in Briggs Road about 8pm on Saturday following an alleged aggravated robbery. A male with a distinctive...

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Queenstown Police now advise Glenorchy-Queenstown Road between both ends of Fernhill Road now open to all traffic as the slip has been cleared. Police thanks motorists for their patience.

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The Nelson Marlborough Rescue Helicopter was kept busy overnight responding to three separate calls in 24 hours. About 2.45pm on Saturday, the helicopter was called to Takaka to uplift two boys, aged 11, from Brightwater and Richmond, after they both...

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Glenorchy-Queenstown Road in Otago is closed to traffic between both ends of Fernhill Road due to a slip. Traffic to and from Queenstown on this road will be diverted through Fernhill Road to bypass the slip.

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Police are investigating the aggravated robbery of the New Zealand Postshop in Whangarei yesterday afternoon. About 5.30pm a man entered the shop on Rathbone Street. He presented a note demanding money and gestured towards his pants and said he had a...

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Police staff from Palmerston North, Whanganui, and the Taranaki have been working together in response to a series of burglaries committed across area borders over the past six weeks. The offenders had been targeting both residential homes and farms...

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New Zealand Police is sending three Disaster Victim Identification (DVI) specialists to the Netherlands to assist in the international effort to identify victims from the MH17 tragedy, says Superintendent Barry Taylor. This follows the acceptance of...

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Police accept the findings of today's IPCA's report regarding its investigations into offending by Malcolm Rewa in Auckland in the 1980s and 1990s. The Authority finds there is insufficient evidence that any of the failings identified in...

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At about 11.35pm on Wednesday two vehicles collided in a head-on crash. The first vehicle involved, a Mazda motor vehicle with one occupant, was travelling north on State Highway 2, Mangamutu, 5 km south of Pahiatua township. At the same time a Ford...

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At about 11.35pm police attended a fatal car crash 5kms south of Pahiatua on State Highway 2. The head on crash occurred on a straight piece of road. One person died at the scene and another two were taken to hospital, one in a serious condition and...

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