Online child exploitation offenders warned

Supplied Content Wellington, April 27, 2018 New Zealand Customs has warned tech-savvy online offenders that they will be caught, with three men arrested in separate stings across the country this month for trading child exploitation material. Customs investigators identified and arrested a 29-year-old Taranaki man in mid-April after receiving an international referral that a New Zealander had uploaded child exploitation…

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Waikato University accords posthumous degree to Indian student

The body of Kishore Aravindan being flown back tonight Venkat Raman Auckland, April 27, 2018 The Waikato University has awarded a postgraduate degree (Masters) in Business Management to a young student who died six days ago under tragic circumstances in Tauranga. At a formal ceremony held at the University campus in Hamilton this morning, Kishore Kumar Aravindan was honoured with…

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Await a spectacle of Singapore dancers in Auckland

Tomorrow (Saturday) at 530 pm at Freeman Bay Community Hall Venkat Raman Auckland, April 27, 2018 A group of eight dancers from Singapore will perform at the Tamil New Year celebration in Auckland this weekend. ‘Rameshwara Group of Dance,’ will present Semi-Classical, Folk Modern Tamil film songs at the event being organised by Auckland Tamil Association at Freemans Bay Community…

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Shrinking revenues force Stuff to go tabloid

Tim Murphy Auckland, April 27, 2018 This morning, newspaper readers around the country received the last full-size editions of their daily newspapers. This is the latest change in an industry struggling to keep the printing presses rolling. Six newspapers get ‘shorter’ Stop the Press. And the Dominion Post, Waikato Times and six other daily newspapers owned by Stuff NZ Ltd,…

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