Police did not oppose bail for a man charged over an alleged assault on a woman at known gang pad in Northcote at the weekend.
After four years of stalking a woman, a 38-year-old man has now been convicted of threatening to abduct her, make her suffer, and then murder her by cutting her throat with a craft knife.
Former EQC staff member Epenesa Valavala has been further remanded without plea on charges of misusing three of her employer’s cars and dishonestly using a…
Evidence was overwhelming against a Christchurch landlord, said the judge who today convicted her of 34 fraud charges involving false claims to EQC for emergency quake repairs.
Problem teen Benjamin Thomas Tapper-Norris has got a pat on the back from a judge after finally doing what he’s told for his intensive supervision sentence, and also for keeping a diary.
A date in Christchurch has been set for the sentencing of a Brazilian man who has admitted possession of cocaine for supply.
A woman charged with assault on a child and disorderly behaviour has been denied bail and remanded in custody for a case review hearing.
No medical treatment will be forced upon prison hunger striker All Means All to keep him alive and healthy, as his protest enters its second month at Christchurch Men’s Prison.
The police have dropped two assault charges against a former South Canterbury police officer but the third charge still may be heading for a judge-alone trial.
Four weeks into the prison hunger strike by Oxford farmer All Means All, a judge will rule tomorrow on whether the prison authorities can intervene to stop his deteriorating health.