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    Nine people killed on NZ roads over holiday period

    It is the lowest number of deaths in the last five years over the holiday period. 

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    2018 provisional road toll 380, worst in nine years

    A total of 380 people died in vehicle accidents in New Zealand in 2018, according to the provision number of road deaths released today.

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    Returned stolen battery brings joy to Pompe sufferer

    A South Auckland elderly woman's plea to the public to help locate a stolen battery that charges her Bipap (breathing machine) has helped and was returned to her today. The battery was one of many  items that was stolen, the battery is unique and cant be purchased in any local outlet.   

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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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    Haumaha to remain Deputy Police Commissioner

    Deputy Police Commissioner Wallace Haumaha will keep his job after legal advice to the prime minister detailed no "clear and proper" basis to support dismissal.

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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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    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.

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    Driving progamme helps offenders in the BOP

    The NZ Howard League for Penal Reform will now offer their driving programme for the next three years for offenders and ex-prisoners in the Eastern Bay of Plenty. The programme, which helps offenders obtain a driving license, has already helped over 40 people in the Whakatāne area since the pilot programme began in September.

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    An emergency call-out to Santa Claus

    Understanding the world of emergency services is central to keeping friends and whānau safe over the festive season.  The Sirens & Sounds Careers Festival allows the public to interact with those who go beyond the call of duty.   

  10. Video for Murupara local hopes to help her community by joining police
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    Murupara local hopes to help her community by joining police

    Murupara resident Allannah Awhina Chapman-Tapara has won the top female prize at a NCEA accredited Police Studies programme that will see youth have a direct pathway to becoming a police officer. 

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