In this issue, we see how Police staff went the extra mile for a grieving family, highlight the good work that reunited a whanau with a lost member, look at a trainee dog handler’s long but rewarding day, meet a pioneering woman in one of Police’s toughest roles, and see how Te Reo Maori helped break an impasse in the cells. Read it here….
- Armed police response teams to be trialled in three regions 17/10/2019
- Te Atatū self-defence death: How much force can you use to protect your property? 17/10/2019
- Police trial: Armed police in special vehicles to be on regular patrol 17/10/2019
- Elderly woman found dead in Avondale: Jewellery not stolen, appeal for information 17/10/2019
- Police probe 'disorder' in Christchurch after person hospitalised, arrest made following stabbing 17/10/2019
- One dead, five hurt in Ruawai, Northland crash 18/10/2019
- Physical contact rules that led to bans on teachers hugging children may be relaxed 18/10/2019
- Up to 550 jobs hang in balance at Mediaworks as TV business goes for sale with no buyers in sight 18/10/2019
- Slow down: Grieving grandmother Sue Collier's message a year after road crash death of Steven Hart as Waipa District Council plans cuts to speed limits 18/10/2019
- Dunedin party death: Sophia Crestani investigation moves into next phase 18/10/2019
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