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    Nurse fired for calling vaccines 'murderous' on Facebook

    A nurse who was fired after describing the Covid-19 vaccine as "murderous" on her Facebook page has lost an appeal against what she labelled an unfair dismissal.

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    'Just want him to get help': Man stabbed by stepson

    A man who was hospitalised after being stabbed five times by his stepson says he was relieved it was him that was attacked and not someone more vulnerable.

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    Appeal rejected for Azalia Wilson's murderer

    Murderer Samuel Samson will continue to serve his near two-decades prison sentence without parole after his sentence appeal was declined.

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    Newborn dies in mother's bed hours before pēpi-pod due to arrive

    A newborn's death could have been prevented if a pēpi-pod was delivered 24 hours earlier, a Coroner has found.

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    Whakaari trial to be held in Auckland

    Not a single district courtroom in the country has the facilities to host the trial for those charged after the Whakaari/White Island eruption, a District Court Judge has found.

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    Dealer admits manslaughter of 28-year-old over cannabis debt

    Supporters of Sears, also known as Luke Riddell were in court to see the guilty plea.

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    'Amnesia'- Whānau of young mum devastated by murderer's appeal

    The family of a young woman murdered by her jealous partner say they are the ones doing a life sentence.

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    Flush with faeces: Tenant's $6k after landlord leaves excrement, bog roll on lawn for months

    Two renters have been awarded thousands of dollars in compensation after they endured months of sewage leaks, bad odours, and a "negligent" landlord who ignored their ongoing pleas to address the issues.

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    Prisoner grabs cop testicles; force unjustified

    A police officer was justified hitting a drunk prisoner in the head several times after the man repeatedly grabbed his testicles and squeezed them during a scuffle.

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    Cop dog on 17-year-old was unlawful, IPCA says

    New Zealand's police watchdog says an officer should not have arrested a youth using a police dog that went on to bite the 17-year-old.

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