Financier and hospitality businessman Hayden George Jones is ready to pay back $205,000 to Inland Revenue before he faces sentencing in 10 days for failing to pay tax obligations.
A 76-year-old woman has begun a home detention sentence while a family member begins paying back more than $20,000 that she stole from a Southland forestry trust – a process that will take 13 years.
All of the victims of Michael Edward Brittenden’s spree of wheelie bin blazes in Burnside will be paid for the $68,326 damage he did before he was caught by two bobbies-on-bikes.
A Christchurch judge wants the police to rethink their policy so that insurance companies can have a break from the cost of criminal offending.
A teenager has promised to pay more than $44,000 for the damage he did in a drink-driving incident in Nelson on Boxing Day.
An arrest warrant has been issued for fraudster Ann-Marie Kathrine Smith who was in Christchurch Hospital when she was due at court to be sentenced and to repay her victims.
A fraudster has been given two weeks to come up with the $3750 she conned out of two victims, or face a possible jail sentence.
A German tourist must pay $1400 reparations to the driver he injured in a head-on crash near Hanmer Springs when he veered across the centre line of State Highway 7 in a rain storm on Saturday.
Perpetual Guardian says none of its clients have been left out-of-pocket after thefts by a former client manager at its Christchurch branch.
A woman who stole from her employer has been ordered to pay the $5261 bill for the accountancy that traced all her offending.