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    Four men stabbed in Timaru gang fight

    Police say they received calls at 2.30am today reporting a number of gang members fighting in the Dunkirk Street area.

  2. Video for "Pokokōhua!" - Northland top cop hits out at attackers of 92-year-old kuia
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    "Pokokōhua!"- Northland top cop hits out at attackers of 92-year-old kuia

    It's the worst insult possible in te ao Māori, but "pokokōhua" is the only way Northland Police can describe the attackers of a 92-year-old kuia in Kawakawa.

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    Constable Glen Osborne is helping others into the police force

    Constable Glen Osborne is helping Whanganui locals to join the Police force. He organises classes to help others overcome the theoretical and physical fitness test to enter the force.   

  4. Video for NZ Police and tikanga Māori - who takes care of rāhui after drownings?
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    NZ Police and tikanga Māori- who takes care of rāhui after drownings?

    NZ Police are launching an initiative that will see greater focus on tikanga Māori when dealing with death at sea.

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    Baby boy’s serious injuries not accidental, says police

    Police investigating an incident where a three-month-old baby was seriously hurt say the injuries were not the result of an accident.

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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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