Serial sex predator exposed

SEX PREDATOR: Arthur Samuel Roy Senior, pictured shortly after a fire broke out at his property in July 2011.

For three decades Arthur Samuel Roy Senior preyed on vulnerable teenage girls. 

Cop hurt in checkpoint hit-and-run

WANTED: Robbie Richards.

Police are looking for a Napier Black Power member after a hit-and-run saw a police officer taken to hospital.

Charges over fake guns

Replica gun

A teenager holding a "disturbingly realistic" replica gun sparked a full armed police call-out.

Assault-accused teen's tears

Assault-accused Hohepa Wallace, 17, broke down in the dock.

Teen charged for serious assault on elderly Waikanae couple broke down in tears in the dock.

Cats in the freezer in squalid house

Gavel, generic court, judge's gavel

Woman living with 50 live and 38 dead cats is banned from owning animals.

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crime

Corrections officer stood down

COURT APPEARANCE: Phillip Smith.

Police search two addresses after allegations from murderer Phillip Smith that a Corrections officer aided prison escape.

Equipment stolen

$6,000 worth of essential life saving equipment from the Coromandel has put rescue efforts at risk.

Jailed for bashing drug dealer

Charges over 'disturbingly realistic' fake guns

politics

Brownlee security details differ

Gerry Brownlee

Gerry Brownlee walked past a Chch Airport employee before the man could tell him he had to go security, report shows.

Damning report into Rena

Crew failed to stick to navigation standards for at least six voyages before container ship's grounding.

QUOTE VOTE WINNER: Whale Oil blogger Cameron Slater.

Slater wins quote of the year

Controversial blogger Cameron Slater takies out the 2014 NZ Quote of the Year competition.

education

School money siphoned

The Minister responsible fo Novopay, Steven Joyce.

Ministry of Education's accidental siphoning of $85,000 from a school's bank account under review.

Teacher sold E at preschool

Two Wanaka early-childcare teachers were deregistered after admitting buying and selling ecstasy at preschool.

University

Uni covers transgender name changes

Auckland University is offering to cover the costs for transgender students choosing to legally change their names.

health

'Whistleblowing' decision sticks

Opportunity knocks, sometimes, in Under the Hammer.

Health worker who passed on client info with intention of “whistleblowing” fails to overturn ruling.

What's killing New Zealanders?

We are now more likely to die of Alzheimer's disease or kidney failure, study finds.

Fertility: Clinics will be forced to provide information about anonymous sperm donors.

Mother and sister all in one

A childless woman is donating eggs to her mother and stepfather so they can create a baby to be raised as her sister.

farming

Picked on feeling starting

Quad bike

Kiwi farmers uneasy about a $40,000 fine handed out to a farming couple for not wearing helmets.

Quad bike sales horrify

Top doctor "filled with horror" at online stores selling quad bikes for children as young as four.

McDonald's burger.

Beefing up burger image

McDonald's is on a mission to show how sustainable the NZ beef that goes into its hamburgers really is.