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Allan and Jean Hubbard and their investors will be left to pick up the tab after the government placed the couple and some of their companies in statutory management last month. The Hubbards, investment companies Aorangi Securities and Hubbard
Police have issued 126 on-the-spot safety orders for victims of domestic violence since the law came into force at the beginning of this month, Justice Minister Simon Power said today. The orders give police the power to remove a potentially violent
Government moves to tighten up on knife crime are positive, clinical psychologist Ian Lambie says, while calling for more research to be done into reasons people carry them as weapons. Justice Minister Simon Power yesterday said maximum sentences for
Justice Minister Simon Power "dodged" handling the three strikes law because it was controversial and he probably didn't agree with it, Labour's David Parker told him today. Mr Power and Mr Parker went head to head during today's justice and
Brook Asset Management founder Simon Botherway will chair the Establishment Board of the new integrated market regulator, the Financial Markets Authority (FMA). Commerce Minister Simon Power announced the nine board members as: Simon Botherway (
Logan City councillor Darren Power has resigned from the LNP and plans to run as an independent for the state seat of Springwood. LNP MPs Rob Messenger and Aidan McLindon quit the LNP two weeks ago to sit as independents...Mr Power has previously
Legislation introduced to ensure victims can make claims on compensation awarded to prisoners hasn't worked as well as intended, Justice Minister Simon Power has told Parliament. The previous government passed the Victims' Claims Act in 2005, which
Power said Hickey's decision to step down was based on personal reasons. "I would like to take this opportunity to thank her for her work as a member of the Commission and wish her well for the future." Be part of the news.
00 12/04/2010 Wholesale and institutional financial advisers will not be excluded from the scope of the planned law aimed at rebuilding mum and dad investor trust in capital markets, to the dismay of some industry players.
THE Government may have to bring in even tougher Budgets than planned because its forecasts for future tax revenues are too optimistic, one of the country's best-known economists said yesterday. Despite predicting a return to growth next year, with