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    Christmas celebrations ruined by burglars

    Richard Moon and his whānau returned to their home yesterday to find more than $30,000 worth of property taken. An Auckland woman is also calling for public support to recover an important item which was stolen.

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    Free public transport in Auckland to avoid drink driving

    Auckland buses and trains are providing free transport from 4pm today as police warn of increased drink-driving on the Friday before Christmas. 

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    Haumaha’s behaviour “inappropriate and unprofessional”

    An independent police report has been released today after complaints were laid concerning the behaviour of Deputy Commissioner Wallace Haumaha.

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    Ngaruawahia's new one-stop cop shop

    A brand new station will be officially opened in Ngaruawahia tomorrow morning.  The new building will be known as the Ngaruawahia Community Policing Centre and can be found in the same place as the old one, on the corner of Jesmond and Market Streets.

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    $70,000 of meth seized by Kawerau police

    A 35-year-old woman is due to appear in Tauranga District Court today on charges relating to the supply of methamphetamine. Kawerau Police made one arrest this week and recovered a significant quantity methamphetamine with a street value of approximately $70,000 as part of Operation Notus.

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    Shovel found in Millane investigation

    Police have located a shovel that was the subject of an appeal in relation to the Grace Millane investigation.

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    Government crackdown on drugs

    The government is tackling the increase of drug-related deaths by dealing with synthetic drugs suppliers and making it easier for those with addiction problems to get treatment following an announcement by Health Minister Dr David Clark and Police Minister Stuart Nash.

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    IPCA finds investigation deficient

    The Independent Police Conduct Authority has found that a police investigation into inappropriate contact between a teacher and a student in Gisborne in 2014 was deficient in several respects.

  9. Video for Local iwi confirms Waitākere rāhui remains in place

    Local iwi confirms Waitākere rāhui remains in place

    Auckland iwi Te Kawerau a Maki have confirmed that the rāhui that currently covers the Waitākere Forest, remains in place since the discovery of Grace Millane's body within its boundaries.

  10. Video for How can the criminal justice system be more effective?

    How can the criminal justice system be more effective?

    The Safe and Effective Justice Programme Advisory Group is hearing from communities in Te Tairāwhiti, which panel member Julia Whaipooti says is one of the regions most affected by the criminal justice system.

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