Justice Headlines

Independent Epsom Candidates ‘One Strike’ Crime Policy

Press Release – Adam Holland

Best wishes to all of those who live in Epsom, Mount Eden, New Market, Remuera and of course the rest of New Zealand. Read more »

Collins inquiry at best a Band-Aid, a permanent fix needed

Press Release – Public Service Association

Collins inquiry at best a Band-Aid, a permanent fix is needed The Public Service Association (PSA) says the inquiry into Judith Collins behaviour must be accompanied by a process to restore the lost trust between Ministers and public servants if it … Read more »

Police seek further information following Harter guilty plea

Press Release – New Zealand Police

Police say there could be more victims of a child sex offender who taught in schools in Hawke’s Bay and Wellington. Read more »

Martin Doyle cartoon: Wrong arm of the law

Opinion – Martin Doyle

If the reported comments of Cameron Slater and Judith Collins re the activities of Police Association president Greg O’Connor are true then we sadly now have evidence of corruption in the Police and in the Beehive. Read more »

Appeal for witnesses after aggravated robbery

Press Release – New Zealand Police

Yesterday (1 September, 2014) the Subway Dairy in Hawera was subject to an attempted aggravated robbery and the Hawera Police are appealing for witnesses in an effort to identify and locate the man responsible. Read more »

David Parker Stand Up: Judith Collins inquiry, John Key

Article – Elizabeth Beattie

Today Labours Deputy Leader David Parker met with the Press in Parliament House. Parker discussed a number of issues including Judith Collins resignation and the impending inquiry into her actions as Former Justice Minister. Parker also discussed: Read more »

Martin Doyle cartoon: No reason to get touchy-Feeley

Opinion – Martin Doyle

In the reported/posited conspiracy theory that the Minister of Justice joined in an attack on Adam Feeley and the SFO, there is a glaring gap in the logic: a motive. Judith Collins had nothing to gain. Read more »

SFO lays charges for procurement fraud

Press Release – Serious Fraud Office

Two individuals have been charged in the Auckland District Court today with Crimes Act charges laid by the Serious Fraud Office for alleged fraud against Mighty River Power Limited relating to procurement for the Companys Southdown power station. Read more »

Law is the closest we get to applying philosophy

Press Release – AUT University

The reputation of New Zealands most contemporary law school has attracted not one, but two world-leading academics. The newly appointed Dean of AUT Universitys Law School is Professor Charles Rickett and Professor Allan Beever has been appointed … Read more »

Cunliffe: Letter to John Key and Commission of Inquiry TOR

Press Release – New Zealand Labour Party

[ The following is based on character recognition and may contain errors. Original document, with proposed terms of reference: Letter_to_John_Key_and_Commisison_of_Inquiry_TOR.pdf ] Read more »

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