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Security manager takes out supreme award

Rotorua security guard Rangi Hurihanganui had two paths – life as a gang member or one in a good career helping people. Today he holds the country’s top award in the security industry. He speaks with journalist Kelly Makiha about how he hopes his story will help others.

When Rangi Hurihanganui turned 15, he dragged his feet on the long walk home from school knowing he had to face his father and tell him the bad news – he had let him down and was leaving school.

Mr Hurihanganui came from a big family – three sisters and seven brothers, all loved and well educated by wonderful parents. But he was different.

The self-confessed black sheep never really connected with the education system and the future looked a bit grim.

On his way home from school that day, he came across a bunch of young guys who asked him what he was up to.

He told them he had just dropped out of school and they tried to convince him to go with them to join the Black Power.

 

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/rotorua-daily-post/news/article.cfm?c_id=1503438&objectid=11703490

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06/09/2016 09:34

NZDF’s new ice-strengthened naval tanker announced

Built by South Korean firm Hyundai Heavy Industries, the new tanker is expected to be delivered in 2020 at a cost of $493 million.

The vessel will replace the 30-year-old tanker HMNZS Endeavour, which currently provides fuel to Royal New Zealand Navy and partner nations’ ships and and supplies fuel and fresh water to support land operations. Mr Brownlee says the new tanker will undertake a similar role, supporting a range of NZDF deployments, including maritime sustainment and humanitarian and disaster relief operations.

“The Defence Force can’t operate without fuel, water, ammunition and other bulk goods, and the most effective way to deliver fuel to ships, aircraft and vehicles deployed overseas is by tanker,” stated Mr Brownlee in an 18 July media release.

“This vessel will be significantly larger, will be able to refuel two ships at a time while underway, carry and refuel Defence Force helicopters, produce and store water, and store and transport bulk goods.

 

http://www.defsecmedia.co.nz/situation-report/nzdf-s-new-ice-strengthened-naval-tanker-announced/#.V42TwUZPmaY.facebook

The post NZDF’s new ice-strengthened naval tanker announced appeared first on NZ Security Association.

19/07/2016 15:02

John Key’s $22m Budget reveal: New cybercrime unit to tackle online espionage

Prime Minister John Key has unveiled plans to spend $22.2m from this month’s Budget on a unit to battle cybercrime and online espionage.

Known as the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT), the unit will “enable a significant advancement in the country’s cyber security infrastructure”, said Communications Minister Amy Adams today.

News of the unit was announced by Prime Minister John Key in a speech made in Auckland this morning to a cyber-security summit.

 

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/politics/news/article.cfm?c_id=280&objectid=11633915

The post John Key’s $22m Budget reveal: New cybercrime unit to tackle online espionage appeared first on NZ Security Association.

05/05/2016 15:12

Wellington flooding: Four rescued from trapped cars in Porirua

Four people have had to be rescued from cars trapped by flooding in Porirua this morning.

Rain is easing in the region, and all roads that were closed have re-opened, but there is still surface flooding in some parts of the city.

The fire service say it attended more than 50 callouts between 9am and midday.

Two welfare centres have been set up for anyone who can’t get home.

Pania Houkamau-Ngaheu [hoe-car-maow ngar-hyoo] says already 14 people have come to the Horouata [horr-oh-are-ta] marae.

She says it’s a dry, warm place with food that people can come to while they wait to go home

The other welfare centre is at Titahi Bay School

 

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11633927

The post Wellington flooding: Four rescued from trapped cars in Porirua appeared first on NZ Security Association.

05/05/2016 15:10

Judith Collins hits out at Phil Goff over claims of community stations closure

Police Minister Judith Collins and the police have spoken out against claims that community stations in Auckland and the rest of the country will close, saying that is incorrect.

NZME had reported that sources within NZ Police had claimed there are plans for the 16 to at least temporarily shut their doors and that some may never re-open.

According to NZME, information provided by independent sources and also by Labour MP and Auckland Mayoral candidate Phil Goff claimed that “police may be under pressure to reduce their footprint and under pressure to close stations”.

 

http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/79208110/judith-collins-hits-out-at-phil-goff-over-claims-of-community-stations-closure

The post Judith Collins hits out at Phil Goff over claims of community stations closure appeared first on NZ Security Association.

22/04/2016 10:20

Liquor store worker: ‘I don’t want to die’

A Rotorua liquor store has beefed up its security after a man threatened staff and swung a hammer at its manager, who feared he would die before seeing his unborn child.

The incident happened at Liquor Spot on Brookland Rd last November and a copy of Judge Phillip Cooper’s sentencing notes and summary of facts was released yesterday to the Rotorua Daily Post.

Tamati Rewi Taukamo, 24, was sentenced to seven months’ imprisonment after admitting charges of possessing an offensive weapon, behaving threateningly and assault, as well as a charge of disorderly behaviour in relation to a separate incident.

The summary states Taukamo tried to steal two cans of Codys, was confronted by manager Nobin Jose and another staff member and left the store.

 

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/crime/news/article.cfm?c_id=30&objectid=11626249

The post Liquor store worker: ‘I don’t want to die’ appeared first on NZ Security Association.

21/04/2016 12:06

Four robberies in two days blamed on ‘out-of-towners’

The latest robbery, at Waihi’s Mobil service station, occurred in the early hours of the morning.

Waihi police are investigating the break-in at the town’s Mobil service station, the fourth business to be targeted in Eastern Waikato over the past two days.

Waihi police sergeant Aaron Fraser says police are currently at the scene investigating the burglary of the Mobil, which occurred at about 3am today.

“A male has forced his way into the service station and taken a small amount of cigarettes, a small amount of cash and some petrol vouchers.”

The burglary is now the fourth to occur in the Eastern Waikato in two days after the Z petrol station in Ngatea was targeted by a group of robbers – one armed with an iron bar about 4.20am Monday – while a Caltex service station in Matamata was the target of a smash and grab 10 minutes later.

 

 

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/crime/news/article.cfm?c_id=30&objectid=11625050

The post Four robberies in two days blamed on ‘out-of-towners’ appeared first on NZ Security Association.

19/04/2016 11:56

Burglary exclusive: Explore burglary patterns in your area

This week the Herald will investigate burglaries across the country in the most in-depth series on the subject ever done in New Zealand. Over five days we will examine where burglaries happen, talk to victims, burglars and the police and find out how you can protect your home and business. In part one we look at which areas are the most burgled and ask why so many crimes are unsolved.

 

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11600994

The post Burglary exclusive: Explore burglary patterns in your area appeared first on NZ Security Association.

07/03/2016 10:34

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Certification - Computer Based Testing Arrives in NZ

Certification candidates in New Zealand can sit their CPP®, PSP® or PCI® examinations at a time that suits them rather than have to wait until the first Saturday of November each year. Candidates must apply online via the ASIS International website and then arrange an appointment with the Prometric test centre in Auckland. See our Certification Page for more details.

 

Security Professionals’ Register Australasia

The Security Professionals’ Register Australasia (SPR-A) has released its inaugural newsletter. Read more...

 

ASIS New Zealand Committee for 2016

The ASIS New Zealand Chapter held its Annual General Meeting on 30th November 2015 via video conference between Auckland and Wellington. The following were elected as the Executive Committee:

CHAIRMAN

Scott McNaughton

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DEPUTY CHAIRMAN

Dean Kidd

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Ngaire Kelaher PSP®

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Lincoln Potter PSP®

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