New Zealand News

Would you like to access news/blog content published by sources located in New Zealand?

Code example

# If you'd like to do a POST request then call endpoint:
http://localhost:8090/api/v1/article/getArticles
Body:
            
            {
    "sourceLocationUri": "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Zealand",
    "resultType": "articles",
    "apiKey": "API_KEY"
}
        
# If you'd like instead to do a GET request then call:
http://localhost:8090/api/v1/article/getArticles?sourceLocationUri=http%3A%2F%2Fen.wikipedia.org%2Fwiki%2FNew_Zealand&resultType=articles&apiKey=API_KEY

Example of JSON response

Below is an example JSON object that you would receive as the result of the request. You can retrieve also additional properties such as concepts, categories, source details, etc. by specifying additional parameters in the request as described on the documentation page.

            
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        "title": "Hundreds of dairy owners across country close shops to protest in wake of worker's death",
        "body": "Dairy owners across the country have closed their shops and hundreds of people have protested in solidarity of a worker fatally stabbed last week.\n\nJanak Patel, 34, died while working at Rose Cottage Superette in Auckland's Sandringham on 23 November.\n\nA nation-wide protest began today at 12:30pm with dairies and retailers closing their stores and in some cases gathering outside MP offices.\n\nIn Auckland, people were protesting outside Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's Mt Albert electorate office while those in Wellington were outside Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson's office.\n\nOthers were gathering at a reserve in Sandringham to stand in solidarity for Patel, Sandringham Business Association Chairperson Jithin Chittibomma said.\n\nChittibomma was expecting at least 75 business owners to gather at the reserve.\n\nHe hoped the protests would create change as dairy owners were angry at what had happened.\n\nThe more the incident resulting in Patel's death was thought of and talked about, the more the community thought it could have been avoided, Chittibomma said.\n\nTo have so many businesses shut their doors for two hours during a \"peak\" showed it was an important issue, he said.\n\n\"That's telling something.\"\n\nIn Sandringham, it was not just dairy owners closing their doors. An RNZ reporter in the area said a butcher, travel agency and local cafe had also closed to show support.\n\nIn a stretch of shops, just the pharmacy remained open, the reporter said.\n\nMeanwhile, at least 100 people had gathered at Ardern's electorate office in Mt Albert.\n\nACT Party leader David Seymour was among the crowd.\n\nPeople were waving signs, calling for more action from the government and some were wearing black arm bands as they mourned Patel.\n\nAbout 150 people, mostly dairy owners, turned out to the Wellington protest outside Grant Robertson's office.\n\nMany of them had stories of robberies and ramraids.\n\nThey wanted to see better protection for shop owners, like fog canons, better policing, and harsher repercussions for offenders.",
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        "body": "Many dairies across the country have shut today for two hours in protest at rising burglaries and in solidarity after 34-year-old Janak Patel died on the job in an alleged aggravated robbery at the Rose Cottage Superette in Sandringham.\n\nAn hour into the demonstration, the crowd spilled off the footpath and into the streets, as police tried to clear the road.\n\nPolice were urging protesters to move on to allow the road to reopen to traffic.\n\n\"I know exactly what your frustration is and we don't intend to use force to move people off, but we need to move people off the main road soon,\" Senior Sergeant Greg Sowter said.\n\n\"We certainly support their right to protest.\"\n\nAmong those gathered outside the office was Kalidas Patel, father of Janak.\n\nThrough tears, he said wanted the harshest penalty for the offender. He does not want \"another Janak Patal\".\n\nThe crowd chanted \"enough is enough, we need justice\".\n\nAct Party leader David Seymour joined those protesting outside the Prime Minister's electorate office.\n\nAll dairies in the Grey Lynn shop centre have closed their doors in solidarity.\n\nIn Wellington, a minute's silence was held outside Grant Robertson's electorate office, before the crowd started chanting \"enough is enough\" and \"we want justice\".\n\nA 34-year-old man was arrested on Friday and charged with aggravated robbery and murder following Patel's death.\n\nA second man, 42, was also arrested and has been charged with robbery. Both men were remanded in custody on Saturday.\n\nA third person has also been charged with robbery. The 36-year-old man is due to appear in the Auckland District Court today.\n\nWhile some dairy owners approached by the Northern Advocate declined to speak, they had notices announcing the nationwide vigil clearly displayed outside their stores.\n\nDestination Dairy owner Jayesh Patel, based in Whangārei, was among the shops closing their doors at 12.30pm for the two-hour vigil today.\n\nPatel spoke out at what he said was the Government's lack of action around protecting dairy owners and their staff.\n\n\"They don't want to change the law,\" he said.\n\nCabinet was today meeting to discuss ways in which violent crimes against dairies could be countered.\n\n\"We had to put the bollards [up] so no one can ram raid [us] with a car. But now they've started to murder,\" Patel said.\n\nSpringfield Superette owner Raj Kumar was one of at least four dairy owners in Rotorua who would be taking part in today's nationwide vigil.\n\n\"We are upset and gutted. Everybody has knots in their stomachs.\"\n\nKumar said while the closures were not imposed on anyone, he felt it was important to make a stand and show dairy owners wanted action.\n\n\"Some of us were up in Auckland last week and we went to the vigil to pay our respects,\" Kumar said.\n\n\"When you lose somebody like Janak Patel you feel for him and his family. He was a young person protecting his home. It was his right.\"",
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        "body": "The Sandringham dairy involved in the alleged fatal stabbing of 34-year-old Janak Patel didn't qualify for a Government-subsidised fog cannon because it had not experienced enough crime, the NZ Herald understands.\n\nPatel had been managing the Rose Cottage Superette in the Auckland suburb of Sandringham when he was stabbed to death following an alleged aggravated robbery on Wednesday last week.\n\nA 34-year-old man was arrested on Friday and charged with aggravated robbery and murder following Patel's death. A second man, 42, was also arrested and had been charged with robbery. Both men were remanded in custody on Saturday, but the latter did appear in court today was again remanded in custody until December 14 at the Auckland High Court, when his case will be called at the same time as the man accused of murder.\n\nA third person had also been charged with robbery and appeared in court today. The 36-year-old man was granted interim name suppression in his brief appearance. He was remanded in custody ahead of a bail hearing set down for December 5 in the Auckland District Court.\n\nIt was understood the man accused of murdering Patel had been deported from Australia earlier this year, the Herald on Sunday reported yesterday. The grounds for his deportation from Australia cannot be reported for legal reasons.\n\nMany dairies across the country will shut their stores today for two hours to protest regarding what were considered insufficient Government measures to address crime.\n\nA group will also assemble outside Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's electorate office in Mt Albert. The superette was within Ardern's electorate.\n\nIt was understood Ardern would make an announcement on crime prevention measures in her post-Cabinet press conference this afternoon, after ministers were expected to discuss how appropriate current measures were.\n\nShe would also likely face questions on concerns raised by some of the country's top public law academics who believed a recently added entrenching provision in the controversial Three Waters legislation that would require 60 per cent of MPs to overturn the provision in the future - an increase to the common threshold of 50 per cent - would set a \"dangerous precedent\".\n\nPatel, newly-married, reportedly confronted a thief who stole a cash register from the store. He was fatally stabbed outside and, while he managed to make it back to the dairy, he died from his injuries.\n\nJanak Patel, 34, was fatally stabbed while working at the Rose Cottage Superette in Sandringham. Photo / Supplied\n\nBorn in the Indian city of Navsari, Patel was remembered as a man with a \"great love for his country and culture\" in a funeral service last night. 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        "body": "Good grief. Is it really a grave misuse of power to entrench safeguards against the irreversible sale of key public assets? Hardly. If this country has learned anything over the past 40 years, it should be that New Zealand has suffered lasting economic and social damage from the previous sales of its key public assets. Why on earth would we want to risk doing it again? Why should we allow an ideologically-driven party with a simple majority in Parliament to sell off to a wealthy elite even more of the vital assets that previous generations bequeathed to us all?\n\nIn this context, it bears repeating that New Zealand has only a single chamber Parliament, no written Constitution, a weak Bill of Rights and a judicial system subservient to the primacy of Parliament. As currently mooted, entrenchment of the ownership of water assets would be at only 60%, still well shy of the 75% level at which say, the voting age is entrenched. That 60% figure seems like quite a low safety threshold, given our relatively recent history.\n\nMoreover, the privatisation of water is not like other laws about entitlements, or taxation, or sentencing rules etc etc. Those can be tweaked and changed back and forth over time, by any party that has won an electoral mandate. Key assets are quite different. Once you've sold off the banking system, the telecommunications system, the energy companies, the railways and the airlines (as New Zealand has done in the recent past) it is enormously expensive, or utterly impossible to get back even a part of what we once owned in full.\n\nSurely, the irreversibility of the sale of a key asset (e.g. water) into the hands of a wealthy few Kiwi individuals - or a predatory foreign buyer - should require protections stronger than the simple majority required to change the laws on say, dog registration or the taxing of fringe benefits. Yet it looks as though a timid Labour government is - once again - preparing to buckle under pressure.\n\nThe call for youth offenders to be (somehow) made to realise \"their actions have consequences\" is merely the fear and frustration talking. Most of these kids can't be scared straight. Sir Peter Gluckman said as much in his fabled 2016 report on boot camps and on other dubiously punitive responses to youth crime.\n\nAfter all, it is not as if these youth offenders have been coddled or spoiled in childhood. Many young offenders have grown up facing realities at home that are more bleak and terrifying than anything anyone could dream up in a military-style boot camp. Some of them have concluded they owe nothing to a society that has largely written them off from birth.\n\nIf anything, they need to be shown that alternatives are possible and that they can have a future. Unfortunately, that approach is routinely mocked as being 'soft on crime.' As a society, we've become so addicted to punishment that any funds spent on the rehabilitation of offenders runs the risk of being denounced as an insult to the victims of crime, and neglectful of their rights.\n\nThat's a mistake. Responding to crime shouldn't be treated as a zero sum game. If we're serious, we need to pour more funding into the counselling, drug treatment, mental health care and upskilling of offenders as well as looking after the recovery needs of the victims of crime. It's a both/and situation, not an either/or.\n\nObviously, the killing of Janak Patel, the worker at the Sandringham dairy, was shocking and utterly unacceptable. Dairy owners and their workers have been in the firing line during the recent spate of ram raids and violence. However, since the two people charged so far in connection with Patel's death are aged 34 and 42 respectively, this case has nothing to do with youth offending.\n\nTo repeat: It is socially unacceptable for anyone to be killed at work. Surely, that should be the case whether the fatalities are caused by criminal actions, by avoidable accidents, or by a disregard for worker safety. From that perspective, it is worth considering why similar levels of outrage and national soul searching do not arise with respect to our levels of workplace-related fatalities, even though 68 people died at work in 2020, and 65 in 2021. The same data indicates that retail trade was actually the safest place to work during the year to August 2022 - with .41 fatalities per 100,000 workers, far below the 16.42 rate of fatalities per 100,000 for employees in the transport industry, for instance. An avoidable death in the family is a tragedy, whether it is caused by crime, or the heedless pursuit of profit.\n\nNo one wants to see Janak Patel's death used as a political football. But it is worth pointing out to the \"lock' em up\" advocates that New Zealand already has put a very high proportion of its population behind bars. The current rate of 150 inmates per 100,000 people is almost double the 84 inmates per 100,000 in Ireland, which has almost the same population as we do. Nor do the figures indicate we are soft on the imprisonment/detention rates for juveniles and minors. Young offenders comprise 1.3% of our prison/detention population, a ratio higher than the .9% in Ireland, and the .4% in the UK.\n\nMaking these global comparisons might seem like nit-picking. But the rhetoric that \"nothing\" is being done to deter crime and youth offending seems wilfully divorced from reality. On RNZ, PM Jacinda Ardern rebutted the accusations the government was being soft on crime by pointing to the extra $500 million that has gone into supporting the Police crime prevention unit. And even more to the point:\n\nArdern said ram-raid numbers had declined to about 13 this month. One of the reasons was the impact of prosecutions and convictions, she said... The other was the intervention with about 70 young people identified as contributing to the problem, some repeatedly, that resulted in half of them getting back into education and training, she said. \"We've worked on specific plans for each of those individual children because in those cases you've got to work with the family too.\"\n\nAmong the \"soft on crime\" crowd of course, that sort of thing tends to be derided as a kind of a \"Kumbaya\" response. The hardliners appear to want a response so thermonuclear that youth crime will be vaporised on impact. On past experience however, the boot camp proposal that's currently being suggested would very likely be doomed to end up as a costly exercise in futility. When this was pointed out to Christopher Luxon by interviewer Jack Tame on Q& A yesterday, Luxon responded that his new version of the boot camp idea would last longer - for a year, not 12 weeks - and would also include more intensive wraparound services provided by community groups.\n\nLet's leave aside for a moment the very real problem of why making a failed process last four times longer would be any more likely to achieve a successful outcome. The proposal would also involve finding enough qualified NZDF personnel available for year round boot camp mentoring duties at a time when the Defence forces are struggling to fill their traditional roles.\n\nAlso... What level of funds would be needed to house, feed and mentor young offenders in those camps for a year at a time? Where's the cost/benefit analysis? In sum, the boot camp idea looks like a cynical bit of political posturing at the expense of the victims of crime. There is no clarity as to what alternative policies to cut the rate of youth offending would be (a) feasible and (b) affordable - and that's before we can even get close to a consensus on what would qualify as a lasting success.\n\nMore to the point, we haven't started to ask what is causing so many youth to feel they have no future in this society, such that they may as well grab from it what they can.\n\nDon't know why, but the Luxon interview on Q & A did make me think of these lines:\n\nHere's the original version of \"The Great Pretender\" as performed by Tony Williams and the rest of the Platters. The Platters may be all but forgotten now, but they were one of the most successful groups of the 1950s:",
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