1) "In March, near Papamoa, New Zealand, police stopped a 32-year-old man driving about 75 mph, with no license and also no arms."
2) "The application for interim suppression of the name and identity of the man charged with murdering Hawke's Bay farmer Jack Nicholas was turned down yesterday by one of New Zealand's longest-serving judges."
3) "Prison Fellowship New Zealand has been talking with The Maxim Institute, churches, The Drug Foundation, The Council For Civil Liberties and Victim Support. It says the groups agree there needs to be other options to imprisonment and are establishing a National Coalition for Prison Reform."
4) "This is a major victory for victims. This inquiry will not be about removing rights to a fair trial - the Government is already doing more than enough in that regard. This is about healing the trauma that victims of crime suffer."
5) "Attempts by Fiji's military to court martial former acting land force commander Colonel Jone Baledrokadroka appear to have suffered another blow.
Deputy Solicitor General Savenaca Banuve told Pacific Magazine today that Fiji does not have an extradition treaty with New Zealand to bring back Col Baledrokadroka, who is now living in New Zealand."