Another Busy week for Judges hiding identities

80-year-old avoids jail for beating son
New Zealand Herald
The New Plymouth man, who has permanent name suppression to protect his school-aged son, was sentenced to nine months’ supervision after admitting he was

Man in court over historic murder
He also faced a charge of intentional damage after allegedly breaking a window in January this year. He has been granted interim name suppression to inform

Process too slow – woman
The Press
The woman, who has permanent name suppression, yesterday told The Press she expected nothing less from a system that had taken more than eight years to

and the best for last. A business getting name suppression! Come on this is getting ridiculous. A business that allows themselves to get tucked to the tune of $1.1 million should bloody well be named.

Officer’s wife charged
The Bay of Plenty Times
The total amount of the alleged fraud is about $1.1 million and involves a Tauranga business, which was yesterday granted name suppression.