The New Zealand newspaper The New Zealander’s Weekly has announced that it is making the first New York branch.
The paper has been publishing the secrets and insights of the New Zealand police in a format similar to the investigative journalism that has long been seen in Britain, including stories on the financial crisis, child abuse, child prostitution, the sale of the island’s first gold mine, the death of a former president, and more.
The New Zealand branch will also have a staff of six people, and it will be the first to have a paid staff.
“I’m delighted to be joining The New Zebu Times,” Deputy Inspector Rosalie Rama said in a statement.
She said the newspaper had been in New Zealand since 1992 and had always been focused on investigative journalism.
“This is the first time we have set up a branch in New York, and I’m sure that we will be able to bring that same approach to the New York market,” she said.
In recent years, The New Zebras Weekly has published stories about the murder of former president Tony Blair and a major fraud scandal in the United Kingdom.
There is also an investigation into the alleged corruption of the British Parliament and the sale in 2014 of the Queen’s Head of State, who was found guilty of corruption in relation to a real estate deal involving the sale and investment of an island in the Caribbean.
It has been one of the best-known and most profitable investigative reporting operations in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory.
New Zealand police will not be making any immediate announcement about the opening of the office, however, the paper said it will publish its first article on the establishment of a New York office in January.
A spokesman for the paper, who declined to be named, said there would be a meeting on Tuesday with the chief constable of New York’s police force and New Zealand Attorney General.