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11/03/2014 -: Former bar manager found guilty of pokie machine money theft
07/03/2014 -: Funding available for conservation and development projects
07/03/2014 -: Chinese Poll Tax Heritage Trust funding round closing
26/02/2014 -: Gambling trust administrator sentenced
21/02/2014 -: New weapon for anti-spam investigators
20/02/2014 -: Pokie expenditure drops in calendar year 2013
13/02/2014 -: Historic fine for spam company
13/02/2014 -: Guilty plea over pokie profits
11/02/2014 -: Guilty plea for gambling society theft
10/02/2014 -: Pokie money theft from Auckland hotel brings conviction
30/01/2014 -: Attack on online child sexual abuse network saves children
24/01/2014 -: 361 same sex marriages since law change
21/01/2014 -: Child sex abuse sites bookmarked as favourites
14/01/2014 -: Good progress on getting World War I records digitised and on-line
03/01/2014 -: Charlotte and Oliver the most popular baby names in 2013
19/12/2013 -: Department of Internal Affairs to review Archives New Zealand initiatives
12/12/2013 -: Internal Affairs makes forecast error public
10/12/2013 -: Licence suspensions reinstated for pokie breaches – court decision
10/12/2013 -: Child sex abuse pictures bring jail term
05/12/2013 -: Key individuals interviewed in pokie grants investigation
28/11/2013 -: Video stores fined
22/11/2013 -: New information management service for government agencies
06/11/2013 -: Home detention on birthday
01/11/2013 -: New desktop computing service helps agencies work together
24/09/2013 -: Reminder: Daylight saving starts this weekend
19/09/2013 -: 82 same sex marriages since law change
11/09/2013 -: Former bar manager fined for pokie money theft
06/09/2013 -: Chinese Poll Tax Heritage Trust funding round closing
27/08/2013 -: Hamilton Casino cheats penalised
21/08/2013 -: Guilty plea for pokie money theft

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