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Police constable named in Black Sticks line-up

Police Constable Ella Gunson has today been named in the Black Stick’s Olympic team to compete in Tokyo. Constable...

New motorcycles to lighten Police load

NZ Police is modernising its motorcycle fleet with the introduction of safer, lighter and more carbon-efficient motorbikes.  The purpose-built...

International sting deals huge blow to organised crime with 35 arrests and $3.7m in assets seized

New Zealand Police, in coordination with international law enforcement agencies, has delivered a massive blow to organised crime in New Zealand and...

End of an era for Newmarket Police Station

It’s the end of an era for the Newmarket Police Station as the iconic building is closes after more than 100 years...

Police pair honoured in Queen’s Birthday list

Two members of NZ Police were today honoured in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list for their services to Police and community.

Police and bottle shops join forces for safe roads message

NZ Police has partnered with Z Energy and 250 bottle stores to encourage drivers and drinkers to plan ahead to keep safe...

NZ Police names new research panel

NZ Police has announced the panel and research team members of a new programme into how Police can ensure it delivers fair...

Police back world-first trip planning app

New Zealand tramping adventures have become a whole lot safer with the launch of a world-first trip-planning app. Plan My...

Ultimate sacrifice recognised on 70th anniversary of brave officer’s death

​Seventy years ago, Ōtaki Sergeant William Shore Hughes made the ultimate sacrifice while protecting a local family. Yesterday, his...

Brave Duke ready for retirement

He’s helped catch hundreds of offenders and been credited with saving his handler’s life – but Duke’s police career almost got scuttled before it...

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Government to make formal apology for Dawn Raids

The Government has announced it will make a formal apology for the wrongs committed during the Dawn Raids of the 1970’s.

Farewell to sports administrator and philanthropist Sir Eion Edgar

Sport and Recreation Minister, Grant Robertson, today expressed his sorrow at the passing of Sir Eion Edgar (pictured) – a leading sports...

Double take for Hamilton road safety campaign

A city-wide educational campaign encouraging Hamiltonians to do a double take when approaching intersections is set to launch this month.

NIWA figures show 1-in-200 year flood for Canterbury

Preliminary analysis by NIWA climate scientists has shown that the recent Canterbury rainfall was so extreme in some inland spots that it...

DOC says be quick for Great Walks

The Department of Conservation (DOC) is advising the public to be prepared to secure their place on a Great Walk when bookings...
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