Dragon kite gets airborne at the annual Kite Day at New Brighton beach today. No crime in sight anywhere.
Kite Day at New Brighton beach. No crime in sight anywhere.
The owner of the Oriental Warehouse in Cashel Street has been fined $12,500 for buying black market crayfish and failing to record where she had bought paua and crayfish.
A former brothel house in England Street, Phillipstown, is on the market while the owner struggles with “technical insolvency” and a $10,000 fine for breaching Christchurch City Council bylaws.
An 18-year-old is the second person charged with the armed robbery of two dairies in Christchurch during January.
A man was told that his obsessive, controlling, stalking behaviour would not be tolerated by the Christchurch District Court before he was sentenced to 18 months prison.
Police have approved release on bail under strict conditions for a Bromley man who been charged with armed robbery incidents at two Christchurch dairies this month.
A man who was found dealing in methamphetamine at the address where he was on electronically monitored bail, was jailed in the Christchurch District Court today.
A man’s parenting was so appalling that children in his care were left to forage and steal to get food.
Greed rather than need led an office administrator to steal $400,000 from her employer, said a Christchurch judge as he jailed the woman for three years.