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Darfuri man who walked through Channel Tunnel walks free in Britain
Sunday Star-Times

23/06/2016: FRONT PAGE: Rail offence woe over

MOSCOW: Canterbury Crown Court has sentenced a Sudanese man to nine months in prison after he walked through the Channel Tunnel from France to the UK.Abdul Rahman Haroun, 40, who was granted asylum in the UK, pleaded guilty to obstructing Cape Times E-dition, 6 days ago
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Christian Post, 1 month ago
The Press NZ, 2 months ago
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The Press NZ

Farm life for Lane Walker Rudkin fraudster Ken Anderson

Multimillion-dollar fraudster Ken Anderson is spending time on a large North Canterbury farm after his release from prison. Multimillion-dollar fraudster Ken Andersonisspending some ofhis freedom on a largeNorth Canterbury farmowned by his ...
 The Press NZ2 months ago Farm life for fraudster Ken Anderson  Stuff.co.nz2 months ago
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Washington Post

Volunteers hope mailed books will help prison inmates turn the page

By , Prisoners like to read Westerns. They like how-to-draw books and arts-and-crafts books. They like books on shamanism and Wicca. They like thrillers, though most prisons won't let them read ones containing violence, narrowing the field ...
 Washington Post2 days ago
The Press NZ

Prisoners stuck in middle

A disconnect between Corrections and the Parole Board may be leaving prisoners stuck in the middle. Concerns have been raised aboutParole Boardcallsfor prisoners to take partin reintegration activities beingrepeatedlydisregarded by Corrections.
 The Press NZ2 days ago Prisoners stuck in the middle of Parole Board and Corrections debate  Stuff.co.nz2 days ago
ONE News

More than 350 irrigation breaches in Canterbury - but not a single prosecution

Environment Canterbury hasn't prosecuted a single irrigator for violating restrictions despite more than 350 serious breaches and recidivist overwatering. Source: ONE News Environment group Forest & Bird has obtained ECan data for the ...
 ONE News1 week ago
The Press NZ

Deported prisoners subject of research

Many offenders deported to Christchurch from Australia have spent time in detention centres like this one at Christmas Island. New Zealanders suffering from depression and post-traumatic stress disorder after beingdeported from Australia will ...
 The Press NZ1 week ago Deportee trauma studied for the first time  The Press NZ1 week ago
The Press NZ

New homes for Canterbury's most vulnerable

A number of Housing New Zealand properties couldn't be occupied post-quake. New six-bedroom homes across Christchurch will house some of the community's most vulnerable residents. Housing New Zealand (HNZ) is building five new homes, ...
 The Press NZ1 week ago
The Press NZ

Longest-serving prisoner's bid denied

A bid byNew Zealand's longest serving prisoner to overturn his sentence imposed nearly half a century ago has been rejected by Privy Council in Britain. Pensioner Alfred Vincent, 78, has been behind bars since he was sentenced to preventive ...
 Sun Live1 week ago Privy Council rejects longest prisoner's appeal  The Press NZ2 weeks ago Privy Council refuses NZ's longest serving prisoner's bid to overturn half-century-old sentence  Stuff.co.nz2 weeks ago
The Press NZ

From the Christchurch Art Gallery's Collection: Evelyn Haig, Innocence

Evelyn Haig, Innocence. Oil on ivory. Collection of Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu; presented by the Canterbury Society of Arts, 1932. Continuing our series about works in the Christchurch Art Gallery collection, librarian Tim ...
 The Press NZ1 month ago Protester's sweet portrait  The Press NZ1 month ago
New Zealand Herald

Canterbury lake murder: Case transferred to High Court

The fourth person charged in connection with the case of alleged murder victim Marcus Luke Tucker whose badly bashed body was found burned and dumped by a Canterbury lake last month has been transferred to the High Court. George Perry Waata, 51, ...
 New Zealand Herald1 month ago Tucker murder: Case moved to High Court  New Zealand Herald1 month ago
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