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.
A 23-year-old with a megaphone yelled instructions to boy racers to “Stand your ground”, and “Don’t back down” when police were trying to clear them from a Christchurch street during the Aves Invasion event at Easter.
A 38-year-old man was granted home detention on 14 charges of making recordings of men urinating, downloading the recordings onto his computer, and making notes on them.
A director of four companies who didn’t pay employees’ PAYE deductions totalling over $153,000 to the Inland Revenue Department was sentenced to home detention in the Christchurch District Court.
Electronically monitored bail was granted to an 18-year-old who had been charged with offending linked to the mosque shootings video.
A 33-year-old labourer has pleaded guilty to yelling abuse at people outside the Al Noor Mosque on Wednesday, and has been remanded on bail for sentencing.
An 18-year-old jointly charged with two others for armed robberies across Christchurch during March and April, has been remanded in custody to Friday.
Two of the three men charged with armed robberies, and burglaries through Christchurch in March and April were remanded in custody when they appeared in the Christchurch District Court today.