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    Police name Tirohanga Rd victims

    Police have named the five people who died following a crash on Tirohanga Road, Taupo District, on Monday April 1.

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    Police presence in Glen Eden

    Police are responding to reports of a shot possibly being fired in the Glen Eden area after 10am.

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    Gangs wary of government guns crackdown

    The first reading on the newly proposed gun law bill was read today in parliament.  Gangs in particular have not been exempted from the laws and are expected to follow its processes or they will suffer the consequences according to Minister of Police Stuart Nash.    

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    Whānau in shock following tragic Taupō road crash

    Whānau from Mōkai are in shock and mourning after relatives were killed in a tragic road accident.

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    Five die after crash in Taupō District

    A single-vehicle crash in the Taupō District this morning has claimed the lives of five people.

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    New law change for domestic violence survivors

    Victims will be able to get support from their employers without worrying about losing their jobs. It comes after research has shown NZ to have the highest rate of violence towards women in the developed world.

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    Arrest made in relation to museum theft, pounamu still missing

    Auckland City Police have arrested a male following an investigation into the alleged theft of a greenstone Mere artefact from the Auckland Museum earlier this month.

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    Patutahi family want wider gun reforms after son shot with slug gun

    The Government has announced a ban on all military style, semi-automatic guns and assault rifles less than a week after the Christchurch mosque shootings. But a family from Patutahi just outside of Gisborne want tighter gun laws across the board after their after their 8-year-old son was shot in the arm with a pellet gun just over two weeks ago.

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    First five victims' names released, including 3-y-o

    According to Islamic funeral rites, the body of a deceased must be buried the day following their death.  Today marks five days since the Christchurch attack and only six out of 50 who were killed by the Christchurch terrorist attack have been returned to their families.

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    Aroha for suffering immediate priority- Wally Haumaha

    Deputy police commissioner Wally Haumaha is encouraging people to focus on supporting the grieving and injured as their immediate priority. He says this process is heavy enough without shifting the focus away too soon to issues like gun control which although important will follow in their proper time.

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