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A Waikato school teacher would molest students during school hours and would regularly call one student out of class and perform sex acts in a locked resource room. Fairfax can reveal the shocking details of Rueben James Parinui Tapara's offending
Sarah Warren walked 25-kilometre to attend a mandatory Work and Income appointment from Putaruru to Tokoroa. There will be no more forced marathons for Sarah Warren thanks to support from the South Waikato community. With no car or public transport,
The children abused by a South Waikato teacher will face a "life sentence", according to the principal of the school where he worked. Rueben James Tapara, a former assistant principal of Te Wharekura o te Kaokaoroa o Patetere, pleaded guilty to 11
Sarah Warren walked 25-kilometre to attend a mandatory Work and Income appointment from Putaruru to Tokoroa. A Waikato woman with no car or access to a bus walked the equivalent of a marathon to make a Work and Income appointment, to stop her benefit
Auckland [ change ] Fine Max 20° Min 10° Waikato teacher facing sex charges Sophia Duckor-Jones, Newstalk ZB December 1, 2013, 12:27 pm A former Waikato teacher is facing sex charges, involving allegations he abused a student under the age of 13...He'
A man who dragged his partner behind a car "like a dummy" has been sentenced to six years five months' jail. Sonny Tearamoana Waiti, 26, of Rotorua, will serve a minimum non-parole term of four years. The sentencing was adjourned for 10 minutes after
Auckland [ change ] Rain Max 21° Min 11° Sentencing due for car drag offender NZ Newswire October 25, 2013, 4:01 am A man whose girlfriend lost part of her leg after she was dragged behind his car at speeds of more than 100km/h faces sentencing on
Dan Birks says his daughter, Olivia, 2, was "super brave" after she suffered second-degree burns from hot ash buried under a pile of leaves at Lake Arapuni. A toddler is recovering from second-degree burns after she jumped on a pile of leaves
Putaruru man James Vincent Roberts, 45, and 21-year-old Tokoroa man Jordon Keith Pooley were reported missing on August 31, 2011, three days after they set out for a day of fishing on Lake Arapuni, a hydroelectricity lake managed by MightyRiverPower.
Auckland [ change ] Few showers Max 15° Min 9° Party pills grace period ends NZ Newswire August 19, 2013, 7:50 am Retailers caught selling party pills and synthetic cannabis now face fines and imprisonment as the grace period for a tough new drug law