19 November 2019
Brazen thieves target AUT labs
Edition No 8, August 26 2005
A daring series of burglaries of electronic gear from Auckland University of Technology's art and design building has cost around $80,000 so far this year. Two recent weekend raids by thieves who climbed along the building's parapets and got through a window netted seven Apple G5s worth $35,000.
COMPUTER THEFT: Technician Richard Beagley in the empty lab.
Photo: Sarah Kaci
Story: Britton Broun
Tough to plug graduate loss, says Cullen
The game is Texas hold 'em - from Hollywood to your hood
AUT staff call strike over pay claim
Also in this issue:
- Yvonne Ridley: From Taliban captive to Islam convert
- Nuclear energy: Is it a viable option for New Zealand?
- Celebrating culture: Maori culture is the focus of AUT Expo
- Ahmed Zaoui cooks: Zaoui shares his recipes in a new book
- Overhang explained: Overhang could mean four extra seats in Parliament
- Argentina calling: Kiwi to coach Argentinian cricket team
Sample pages from this edition:
- Brazen thieves target AUT labs (page 1 -1mb)
- AUT staff call strike over pay claim (Contents page 2 - 788kb)
- Archive Index