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29/10/2014 -: Media advisory: VIP transport fleet replacement notification
29/10/2014 -: Home detention after victimising children
29/10/2014 -: False birth registration brings home detention
22/10/2014 -: DIA undercover investigation leads to jailing
10/10/2014 -: Home detention for sex abuse image collection
02/10/2014 -: Hefty fine for Auckland video store
29/09/2014 -: Eleven social enterprises get ready to take off
24/09/2014 -: Reminder: Daylight saving starts this weekend
24/09/2014 -: Court Prosecution for Auckland Bollywood DVD Store
10/09/2014 -: Couple sentenced for falsifying birth details
26/08/2014 -: Christchurch bar loses licence to operate pokies
22/08/2014 -: Te Kuiti man imprisoned for images of young children
21/08/2014 -: Asian comics part of child sex abuse image collection
20/08/2014 -: Couple convicted for falsifying birth details
18/08/2014 -: 926 same sex marriages since law change
13/08/2014 -: Top twenty New Zealand Surnames
05/08/2014 -: Pokie trust obtained licence by deception – Gambling Commission
05/08/2014 -: Home detention and more for pokie money theft
29/07/2014 -: Home detention for pokie money theft
25/07/2014 -: Cell phone evidence a first
24/07/2014 -: Pokie spending and numbers continue to drop
24/07/2014 -: Labrador retrievers the most popular dog breed
23/07/2014 -: Top 20 Māori boys’ and girls’ names for 2013
04/07/2014 -: Supervision and community work for offender
04/07/2014 -: Former IT student jailed for hundreds of child sex abuse images
03/07/2014 -: Unlicensed security company fined
03/07/2014 -: Internal Affairs wins major award
17/06/2014 -: More jail time for repeat offender
16/06/2014 -: New software service simplifies ICT for government agencies
28/05/2014 -: Waikato pokie expenditure figures revised

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