Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern began her Monday Beehive press conference by discussing
the newly-announced increase in trade training places. She also used the upcoming
two year anniversary of the formation of the Government to highlight achievements ...
The New Zealand Bar Association welcomes a Court of Appeal decision which gives
detailed guidance on sentencing people convicted of offences related to the importation,
manufacture and supply of methamphetamine.
The Police Commissioner's announcement that squadcars of officers with automatic
rifles will patrol New Zealand's streets is dangerous and unnecessary, according
to the criminal justice community organisation People Against Prisons Aotearoa. The ...
Amnesty International is concerned that Justice Minister Andrew Little's Terrorism
Suppression (Control Orders) Bill could have the potential to undermine human rights
in New Zealand. The Bill would give the New Zealand Police the ability to apply to ...
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Methamphetamine (meth) dealers who can prove their own addiction caused their drug
offending could have their sentences cut by 30 per cent, according to a landmark
judgement released by the Court of Appeal. The role of an offender in a drug network ...
Police Commissioner Mike Bush has today announced a trial of Armed Response Teams
(ARTs) to support Police’s tactical capabilities on the frontline to minimise the
risk of harm to the New Zealand public and our staff.
Justice Minister Andrew Little has today introduced a new Bill to prevent terrorism
and support the de-radicalisation of New Zealanders returning from overseas. The
Terrorism Suppression (Control Orders) Bill gives the New Zealand Police the ability ...
Andrew Little needs to seriously consider the changes put forward by the National
Party for the Terrorism Suppression (Control Orders) Bill or he will lose our support,
Leader of the Opposition Simon Bridges says.
National will support the Terrorism Suppression (Control Orders) Bill through to
Select Committee where we will seek changes to strengthen the legislation, Leader
of the Opposition Simon Bridges says. “National takes national security incredibly ...