The transaction, which is unique within New Zealand, could be adopted by other non-core Crown entities, the firm said
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After fears of further delays, Cantabrians can expect their modern justice precinct to soon open
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The Superdiversity Centre for Law, Policy and Business has announced the new members of its leadership council.
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A US judge has ordered a married lesbian couple to give up their foster baby.