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Promise of help for police informer
Police have promised to honour a deal with a Mongrel Mob gang informant who yesterday won a court case against them for failing to help him. The pledge came after a High Court judge's ruling that police did not keep their end of a bargain with former Mob head Anthony Hewison, who has been hiding in Australia since 1997 after informing on fellow gang members. Mr Hewison claimed, during a High Court hearing in March, that in return for providing information about the gang and returning an arsenal...
North Waikato residents are
outraged by the Government's decision to put a 650-inmate
men's prison in their backyard, and have already
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