“A conscious and brazen act of poaching on private land” led to two poachers receiving a sentence of community work and big reparation bills in the Christchurch District Court.
A 33-year-old man charged with confronting some of the victims and families of people who were at the Christchurch Court House for the appearance of the alleged Mosque attacker has been released on bail.
Name suppression has lifted on a Christchurch woman who pleaded guilty last month to stealing 37 war veteran plaques from Springston Cemetery.
A man allegedly found with improvised bombs, ammunition, and knives in an incident that closed part of Phillipstown on April 30, was denied electronically monitored bail at a hearing in the Christchurch District Court today.
A 70-year-old businessman sentenced to three years’ prison for sexually violating a 14-year-old will pay $10,000 emotional harm reparation into a trust for her.
Police have dropped a passport charge that involved “unruly tourist” James Nolan escaping New Zealand on a false passport.
Two men have admitted a serious assault including stomping on the head, which left a man with a brain injury.
A 24-year-old facing 16 charges which allegedly occurred over eight days was remanded in custody until next week.
A man says he was distracted by his car’s GPS when he drove through a give way sign near Oxford, causing a truck crash that killed his wife.
The woman who admitted stealing 37 war veteran plaques from Springston Cemetery was granted interim name suppression at an appearance in the Christchurch District Court.