Justice Headlines

Police name victims of fatal microlight crash near Timaru

Press Release – New Zealand Police

Canterbury Police are able to name the two men involved in yesterdays (23 January 2015) fatal microlight crash. They were 51 year old Senior Sergeant Hohi (Randel) Tikitiki and his friend (and flight instructor) 86 year old Alfred (Jack) Mehlhopt. Read more »

SeaDragon’s new refinery to overcome Omega-3 quality issues

Press Release – SeaDragon

SeaDragons new refinery to overcome Omega-3 quality issues highlighted in University of Auckland research Read more »

Aggravated Robbery – Asburton – National Alerts

Press Release – New Zealand Police

23 January 2015 Police appeal for help following an allegation of an aggravated robbery of a man in Ashburton Canterbury Police are investigating an allegation of an aggravated robbery of a man in Ashburton at approximately 9.15am yesterday morning, 22 January … Read more »

Variation will enable wetlands trial

Press Release – Gisborne District Council

Council are seeking public submissions on their application to amend the disinfection clause in its wastewater treatment plant consent. Read more »

Allegation of an aggravated robbery of a man in Ashburton

Press Release – New Zealand Police

“Police appeal for help following an allegation of an aggravated robbery of a man in Ashburton” Read more »

Green Party Co-leader Metiria Turei’s Rātana speech

Speech – Green Party

Tni au e t whakaiti nei i raro i a Ranginui, i runga i a Papatnuku, e ttiro kau ana ki ng maunga whakahi me ng tini uri o Tane. Read more »

Surgeons support ARLA finding – addressing alcohol harm

Press Release – Royal Australasian College of Surgeons

The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS) has come out in support of the Alcohol Regulatory and Licensing Authoritys reported rejection of the Wellington City Councils proposal to allow bars and on-licence premises to stay open until … Read more »

Credit where credit is due on NZ tech regulation

Article – Digitl

From Andrew Cushen at InternetNZ writing in Flexibility of regulation for technology .: …the government moving relatively quickly to respond to technical innovation in a sensible, considered matter, and that seeks to accommodate that innovation rather … Read more »

Breach of the Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga Act

Press Release – Arrow International

Arrow is grateful the courts have recognised the company has acted in good faith despite its breach of the Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga Act. Read more »

Changes won’t cure house prices, will undermine protections

Press Release – Environment and Conservation Organisations of NZ

Major changes to Resource Management Act (RMA) proposed by the Minister for the Environment will weaken environmental safeguards and will not solve housing affordability issues, says the Environment and Conservation Organisations of NZ, ECO. Read more »

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