Police are investigating whether the murder of a man in Wellington is gang-related. Stuff understands the year-old had gang connections and police are investigating whether his death is linked to gang activity. Inquiries into the call-out incident are forming part of the ongoing homicide investigation, Detective Sergeant Steve Wescott said. Stuff understands Tongia was due to appear in Wellington District Court on Monday facing two charges of theft. A registrar withdrew the charges after being told Tongia had died. Wescott said police were following strong lines of inquiry and were working to hold those responsible to account.
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The Windy City is centred on the western foreshore of Wellington Harbour and stretches as far north as the suburb of Tawa. It is ringed by hills, providing the scenic home of New Zealand's parliament and government, and many of the country's national arts and cultural attractions. Two main arteries carry traffic to Wellington City. Wellington has a significant number of Art Deco buildings. The city council have produced a Art Deco Heritage Trail. Statues and sculptures appear in some intriguing places around town.
Pack a pair of sensible walking shoes because Wellington is easy to explore on foot. Which is just as well because it can take a while to locate some of its best-kept secrets. This is a destination where fantastic eateries and cool bars are discreetly tucked away down alleyways, through mysterious doors and at the end of long hallways. Save yourself some time and take a short cut to some of the highlights. Tatsushi is a charming and inexpensive Japanese restaurant on Edward St.
Alexander Turnbull Library Collection. Be visible, tell everyone you can. Be blatant. Be as gay and as lesbian as you can all of the time.