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Hanmer Springs incident

Hanmer Springs incident

Canterbury Police are continuing to investigate the incident which occurred at a house in Hanmer Springs township on Monday night, September 18, about 9.30pm.

September 22, 2017 | By More
Gold mining company fined for excavation

Gold mining company fined for excavation

The Chinese director of a gold mining company cannot claim a lack of understanding as a factor that led to unauthorised excavation of a West Coast stream bed, an Environment Court judge has ruled.

September 22, 2017 | By More
Denials of organised crime charges

Denials of organised crime charges

Police allege six people were involved in an organised criminal group carrying out Christchurch burglaries, and have laid about 100 charges.

September 20, 2017 | By More
Three charged with organised burglary offending

Three charged with organised burglary offending

Three people charged with being part of an organised criminal group which may have carried out 80 burglaries have been remanded at the Christchurch Court House.

September 20, 2017 | By More
Damage to sports fields denied

Damage to sports fields denied

A St Albans man denies damaging a soccer field and training areas by driving a car over them at Burnside Park.

September 19, 2017 | By More
Offender caught on security cam admits burglary

Offender caught on security cam admits burglary

A woman caught on a household security camera “scoping” a property ahead of two burglaries has admitted nine offences at the Christchurch District Court.

September 19, 2017 | By More
List of customers found in synthetic cannabis raid

List of customers found in synthetic cannabis raid

Police found a list of customers when they made a synthetic cannabis raid on a Yaldhurst Road house.

September 19, 2017 | By More
Broken bones in bus stop bashing

Broken bones in bus stop bashing

A 30-year-old man admitted causing broken bones by punching his victim repeatedly while he lay on the ground at a bus stop on Pages Road, Christchurch.

September 15, 2017 | By More
In-home carer shook baby girl

In-home carer shook baby girl

A paid in-home carer who shook a five-month-old baby girl twice – possibly causing permanent brain injuries – has been granted home detention at her Christchurch District Court sentencing.

September 14, 2017 | By More
Non-payment of $250,000 tax admitted

Non-payment of $250,000 tax admitted

Rangiora businessman John Robert Stevens has admitted aiding and betting the non-payment of nearly $250,000 to Inland Revenue, a year after the liquidation of the Shalimar Knitwear company he owned.

September 14, 2017 | By More

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