Charges filed in case of far-right soldier
A soldier with ties to the far-right who was arrested in December at Linton Military Camp has been charged with an “unauthorised disclosure of information”.
A strange tale of floods and a kitchen blender
A flood and a botched insurance job has left a Howick couple out of their home for almost two years. But it’s a story with some strange twists.
Joyce defamed, NBR and publisher must pay
A business website and its chief get a Christmas gift from the High Court that they had not been expecting.
Yesterdaze: Sneers, jeers and suing your peers
James Elliott tries to make sense of a long week in the High Court where Winston Peters acted - just not as Prime Minister.
Peters’ day job on hold as he sues the Crown
Winston Peters will take time off his day-job as Acting Prime Minister on Monday as his high-stakes court action begins against the head of the public service, a top mandarin, a government agency and two former National ministers.
No easy end to Craig’s legal omnishambles
Can someone not put an end to the Colin Craig court actions? Bridgette Toy-Cronin says the good news is our system has some protections built in to stop people using it to harm others.
How Whale Oil rivals found themselves on the same team
The strange story of how two men on opposite sides of the Whale Oil saga bizarrely ended up on the same team defending a wily property developer and landlord.
Govt mulls law change after letter fiasco
After alleged Christchurch terrorist wrote to a supporter, Jacinda Ardern says our laws may need an update for the digital age.
Police investigate another Tarrant letter
Corrections has referred a letter written by the alleged Christchurch terrorist to police for further investigation.