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Media guide for reporting the courts and tribunals: Edition 3.1+
Foreword
Preface to the July 2013 edition
1.0 Introduction
2.0 Our court system+
2.1 Supreme Court
2.2 Court of Appeal
2.3 High Court
2.4 District Courts
2.5 The M膩ori Land Court
2.6 Environment Court
2.7 Employment Court
2.8 Coroners Court
2.9 Tribunals
2.10 Authorities
3.0 Key participants for media in the court+
3.1 Judges
3.2 Court registrar
3.3 Service delivery manager
3.4 Court taker
3.5 Court reporter
3.6 The Police and Department of Corrections
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4.1 Media identification
4.2 Press bench
4.3 Press sheets
4.4 Court lists
4.5 Courtroom courtesy
4.6 Electronic communication devices (including cell phones)
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4.8 Other points to note when filming, photographing and recording in court
4.9 Filming and photographing in and around the court for other purposes
5.0 Courts with special media provisions+
5.1 Supreme Court
5.2 Waitangi Tribunal
5.3 Coroners Court
5.4 Family Court
5.5 Youth Court
5.6 District Court civil proceedings
5.7 High Court civil proceedings
6.0 Access to court information+
6.1 Court information vs Ministry of Justice information
6.2 Searches and search rules
6.3 Fees
6.4 Copies of judgments
6.5 Copies of convictions
6.6 Criminal Records (Clean Slate) Act 2004
6.7 Official Information Act 1982
6.8 Personal information
7.0 Courts with special rules concerning access to information+
7.1 M膩ori Land Court
7.2 Environment Court
7.3 Coroners Court
8.0 Ministry of Justice
9.0 References
10.0 Appendices+
10.1 Appendix A: Main changes under the CPA
10.2 Appendix B: New terminology
10.3 Appendix C: In-court media coverage guidelines+
Schedule 1 - Standard conditions for film
Schedule 2 - Standard conditions for photographs
Schedule 3 - Standard conditions for audio recording
Schedule 4 - Media identification
Schedule 5 - Courtroom etiquette
10.4 Appendix D: Protocols
10.5 Appendix E: Supreme Court media guidelines
10.6 Appendix F: Environment Court in-court media coverage guidelines+
Schedule 1 - Application for in-court media coverage
Schedule 2 - Standard conditions for film
Schedule 3 - Standard conditions for still photography
Schedule 4 - Standard conditions for recording
Schedule 5
10.7 Appendix G: Waitangi Tribunal application for media coverage
Justice Matters newsletter
Justice: our people, our communities
Learn about the justice system+
How the justice system works+
Who makes amp; applies the law
The basis for all law+
Treaty of Waitangi
The New Zealand Bill of Rights Act
The Human Rights Act
The role of New Zealand #039;s courts
Different streams of law
Explore the criminal justice system+
The crime
Before the trial
Trial and prison
Oliver #039;s story in pictures
Explore the civil justice system
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Another milestone for Christchurch Justice and Emergency Services PrecinctCantabrians will soon have access to some of the most modern and efficient justice and emergency services in the country with the Precinct nearing completion.
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Ancient Kauri helps repair the wrongs for victimsA table carved from 1000-year-old swamp Kauri is helping support victims at District Court at Kaikohe.
Thousands benefiting from home safety serviceThe National Home Safety Service has benefited more than 2200 people affected by family violence since being rolled out nationwide 2 years ago.
Increasing use of AVL in courtsThe use of audio visual links (AVL) connecting courts and prisons for remand appearances has increased by more than 50 percent over the last two years.
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