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King's role in abuse fight up in the air

December 10, 2012 at 4:25 PM

Owen Glenn has met King Tuheitia to talk about the billionaire's independent inquiry into child abuse and domestic violence - despite the Maori leader's backing of a close aide who has a history of abuse.

It emerged this week that the King's private secretary, Rangi Whakaruru, had his firearms licence revoked after a domestic incident at his fiancee's house in September. Police also placed two safety orders on him which stated he must not live at the home for a set period... read more

 King Tuheitia's secretary, Rangi Whakaruru, lost his firearms licence after a domestic incident. Photo / Christine Cornege

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King Tuheitia's secretary, Rangi Whakaruru, lost his firearms licence after a domestic incident. Photo / Christine Cornege

 



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