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….
- Police seize $600,000 worth of assets from Ministry of Transport fraudster Joanne Harrison 21/05/2019
- 'We thought she was going to die': Witness describes horrific crash in West Auckland 20/05/2019
- Video of teacher and pupils linked to investigation at Marlborough Boys' College 20/05/2019
- Former police officer sentenced following charges of indecent assault against multiple victims 20/05/2019
- One person being transported to hospital after serious crash in Takanini 20/05/2019
- Police investigating report Auckland schoolgirl indecently assaulted by stranger in Royal Oak 21/05/2019
- Pet Refuge: more than $87k raised to fit out shelter for animals affected by family violence 21/05/2019
- Alternative SkyPath plan announcement possible tomorrow, lobbyists SkyPath Trust say 21/05/2019
- Prosecution of accused mosque gunman would be country's first under Terrorism Suppression Act 21/05/2019
- 'Just incredible': First images inside the Pike River Mine, almost nine years after it was sealed 21/05/2019
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