Category: Industry News

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Two people have been shot in an attempted armed robbery at a berry farm in Whakatane. Senior Sergeant Mark van der Kley, of Whakatane Police, told the Whakatane Beacon the incident took place at Julian's Berry Farm. A police spokeswoman told the Herald two people have been "hit by pellets after a ... Read More
February 7, 2017Kirsty
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It was a warm day in mid-January when a lanky New Zealander and his Swiss mate cast off the ropes from a white sloop at Tauranga Bridge Marina and sailed into the biggest cocaine bust in Australasian history. According to four New Zealand and Australian law enforcement agencies, the Elakha met ... Read More
February 7, 2017Kirsty
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A federal police officer has been shot inside the Melbourne CBD headquarters. "An AFP member has been taken to hospital as a result," the statement read. "The cause of the incident remains under investigation and while this is being undertaken, including notification to family members, the AFP will not be making further ... Read More
February 7, 2017Kirsty
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A Dunedin mother took her two sons on a family outing with a difference - to commit a burglary. The youngest boy, 12 years old, sat in the car while his 28-year-old brother raided a shed on a Pine Hill property late on April 19 last year, a court has heard. ''It's ... Read More
February 2, 2017Kirsty
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Police fear opportunist thieves may target a North Canterbury region hit by a power cut today. A power cut is affecting the wider Hanmer area, including Leslie Hills, Waiau, Marble Point and Lewis Pass. Police this morning advised anyone planning to visit attractions such as Hanmer Springs to check it was open ... Read More
January 31, 2017Kirsty
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Global Fraud & Risk Report

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Building Resilience in a volatile world 2016/17   View the report here: http://www.kroll.com/en-us/fraud-report-confirmation
January 24, 2017Kirsty
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The legal regulations for video surveillance vary widely from country to country. The international association of public transport, UITP have asked their members in an international survey how the various aspects of legal framework regulates the use of video. They also investigated the values and opinions among the public ... Read More
January 24, 2017Kirsty
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Three men wearing balaclavas and armed with metal bars made off with cash in a brazen robbery of a McDonald's drive-through restaurant. Police said the aggravated robbery occurred just after 3am at the Huntly fast-food chain on Great South Rd. A police spokeswoman said the trio smashed their way into the main ... Read More
January 24, 2017Kirsty
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Hamilton police have closed off part the city's CBD around Centre Place. Two young women were on the roof of Centre Place above the Lido Cinema, about four storeys up. One is now in police custody, but the other was still up there at 1.20pm. Bryce Street in the Barton Street block is closed, ... Read More
January 23, 2017Kirsty
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A security guard has posted a video which shows him being dragged across the ground as he attempts to stop a small 4WD from leaving the Mangere Town Centre Countdown carpark. Antonio Tanginoa alleged the group, of three women who had a child with them, had shoplifted. He described them as being ... Read More
January 23, 2017Kirsty