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For the crime of walking across his property …

Sunday, 30 July 2017, 2:28 pm | Anne Hunt

For the crime of walking across his property, a New Zealander is facing retrial after a Judge quashed his acquittal for this same offence. More >>

Bullets Fired At Disputed Lake Horowhenua Rowing Club

Saturday, 24 October 2015, 8:06 pm | Anne Hunt

Bullets have been fired at a Lake Horowhenua building less than 24 hours after several police officers were forced to restrain a rowing club member who was threatening to kill a Lake owner and female supporter. One of the bullets penetrated a heavy-gauge ... More >>

Lake Horowhenua Rowing Club Given 7 Days To Vacate Clubrooms

Saturday, 24 October 2015, 9:33 am | Anne Hunt

A group of Lake Horowhenua owners have taken possession of both buildings erected on their land overlooking their lake. Police were called to a disturbance at the Domain at approximately 1.30pm on Friday 23 October. More >>

Protesters Occupy Former Lake Horowhenua Sailing Club

Tuesday, 15 September 2015, 10:01 am | Anne Hunt

On his way back from terminating the Maori occupation of Kaitaia Airport, Police Superintendent Wallace Haumaha was diverted to Lake Horowhenua to deal with another Maori occupation. More >>

All For The Love Of Lake Horowhenua -The Phil Taueki Story

Tuesday, 25 August 2015, 11:31 am | Anne Hunt

Lake Horowhenua activist Philip Dean Taueki is back in court, this time because he is determined to stop the Horowhenua District Council endangering the lives of children playing on their own land. More >>

Supreme Court To Rule On Lake Horowhenua

Thursday, 24 January 2013, 11:57 am | Anne Hunt

Hot on the heels of the Maori water rights claim, the Supreme Court will be considering another contentious property rights issue; this time the right of owners to protect their own property. More >>

Closing Statement For The Defence Of Phil Taueki

Monday, 14 March 2011, 10:05 am | Anne Hunt

The following is Mr Taueki's statement in defence presented to the court in relation to assault charges laid against him following an incident 2 years ago. Mr Taueki was arrested while Sailing Club members were preparing to launch a power boat onto ... More >>

Pita Sharples to conduct a full inquiry into Lake Horowhenu

Tuesday, 1 February 2011, 11:09 am | Anne Hunt

Maori Affairs Minister Pita Sharples has been called upon to conduct a full inquiry into the desecration and degradation of a historic lake. Lake Horowhenua is the site of fierce battles between Te Rauparaha and Muaupoko, the tribe he’d threatened ... More >>

Minister called upon to conduct inquiry into Lake Horowhenua

Monday, 31 January 2011, 12:01 pm | Anne Hunt

Maori Affairs Minister Pita Sharples has been called upon to conduct a full inquiry into the desecration and degradation of a historic lake. Lake Horowhenua is the site of fierce battles between Te Rauparaha and Muaupoko, the tribe he’d threatened ... More >>

Kimberley Centre 60th anniverary

Thursday, 28 July 2005, 10:30 am | Anne Hunt

Sixty years ago, the modern air force station on the outskirts of Levin offered Prime Minister Peter Fraser an ideal environment to house children deemed, to use the terminology of the times, 'backward', and appease parents pestering him for a facility in the ... More >>

Children With Special Needs

Friday, 8 June 2001, 9:44 am | Anne Hunt

The expulsion of an angelic five-year old boy just weeks before SES manager Celia Lashlie was dismissed from her position for speaking out about a fictitious five-year old child, was kept secret while education officials searched for a new school prepared ... More >>

Specialist Care Essential

Friday, 8 June 2001, 9:43 am | Anne Hunt

A Himatangi Beach mother whose daughter recently spent several days in a police cell because no other agency in Palmerston North was prepared to look after her, is appealing to the Prime Minister "to stop punishing our intellectual and mentally disabled ... More >>

Kimberley Closing?

Friday, 8 June 2001, 9:43 am | Anne Hunt

This month's announcement on the future of Kimberley Centre is likely to make a mockery of nursing staff shortages, particularly in the mental health sector. More >>

Conflicts of Interest - Kimberley

Friday, 2 March 2001, 11:09 am | Anne Hunt

Reports that an investigation is underway into a possible conflict of interest surrounding a multi-million dollar contract for IHC to provide care for intellectually disabled people deemed a risk to themselves or others, are surfacing at a time when the Ministry ... More >>

 

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