By Anna Leask, Source: New Zealand Herald Seven months after she disappeared, police have renewed calls for Cissy Chen’s killer to come forward. “Come forward. Just tell us what you’ve done to her,” urged Detective Inspector Bruce Scott, the officer in charge … Continue reading

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Crime prevention advocate Crimestoppers is launching a new campaign aimed at giving rural communities greater confidence to speak up about suspicious or criminal activity. The campaign, ‘Shut the gate on rural crime’, is supported by New Zealand’s leading rural insurer … Continue reading

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An investigation is continuing this morning into the fatal shooting of a man in the Kinleith Forest area. Police can now confirm that the man was in his 60s and was working a stop-go sign at a road diversion controlling … Continue reading

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A special freephone number, dubbed “Crimestoppers”, has received 50 tip-offs this summer by Northlanders wanting to dob in dope growers. Northland police say public information left on Crimestoppers has helped them weed out numerous cannabis plots and arrest growers and … Continue reading

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North Shore Police have released new information on TV2’s Police Ten-7 programme this evening in relation to the disappearance of ‘Cissy’ Bin Chen nearly four months ago. On Monday 5th November 2012, 44-year-old Cissy Chen vanished from her home in … Continue reading

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Waikato Police investigating the June 2012 murder of a Paeroa business man believe the introduction of a reward may prompt those holding key pieces of information to the case to come forward. Detective Sergeant Glenn Tinsley said with Operation Olive, … Continue reading

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Police have identified the body located in McRobbie Road as twenty-one year old Shalvin PRASAD of Dannemora. Shalvin was reported missing to Police by his family early in the morning of 31 January 2013. His disappearance was out of character … Continue reading

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Today our Chief Ombudsman Beverley Wakem called for review of New Zealand’s whistle blower legislation in light of how little we use it. Earlier this year a report released from the Office of the Auditor-General revealed that almost a third … Continue reading

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