Mark Lundy back in court

Last updated 09:56 19/02/2014

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Double murder accused Mark Lundy has appeared in a Wellington court for a review of his case in the lead-up to a retrial of the charges alleging he murdered his wife and daughter in 2000 in Palmerston North.

Details of the hearing are not able to be reported in the meantime.

Lundy left the High Court without speaking to media.

He was previously granted bail and is living at an address that is suppressed.

Last October the Privy Council in London ordered a retrial of his case.

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- The Dominion Post

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