An employee at a South Auckland primary school stole more than $45,000 because of personal greed and an “apparent shopping addiction”, while she worked there as an administration officer, Stuff reports. Manurewa woman Rosalie Conroy, 31, was sentenced to 11 months’ home detention in the Manukau District Court on Tuesday for charges relating to the theft of $45,295.95 in funds from Wiri Central School throughout 2018 and 2019. Conroy was also charged for obtaining $20,000 worth of items from The Warehouse and Warehouse Stationery.
- Crocodiles splash down in ‘swamp forest’: $62m Auckland Zoo revamp complete
- Long ferry queues worry Waiheke businesses for summer tourist season
- What to do during Labour Weekend in Auckland
- Police arrest 15 young people after driver incidents across Auckland
- PM Jacinda Ardern meets with new Auckland mayor