Women, Maori and teenager among new Police Officers

Supplied Content Wellington, July 26, 2018 Extra resources for crime prevention and community safety are being deployed around the country with the graduation today of 79 new Police officers at the Royal New Zealand Police College at Porirua. Police Minister Stuart Nash congratulated the recruits of Wing 316. He issued the following Statement: The recruits are the latest constables to…

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Superannuation pay-out falls short of living costs

Gyles Beckford Wellington, July 26, 2018 The amount of money needed by retirees to have a basic lifestyle is growing, but there are signs people are coping. A Massey University-Westpac study shows that the gap between national superannuation and the cost of a basic existence has widened with retirees needing to rely increasingly on private savings and investments. No-Frills Life…

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Communities support Deputy Police Commissioner Wallace Haumaha

Supplied Content Wellington, July 26, 2018 Strong support for Deputy Police Commissioner Wallace Haumaha is being voiced throughout New Zealand. Neville Baker, a former Maori Trustee and now an Executive Advisor to iwi and government covering Social Policy Development for Corrections, Education, Health, Housing, Training and Employment, said that continued innuendo about Mr Haumaha should cease. Mr Haumaha has been…

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