19 November 2019

Brazen thieves target AUT labs

Edition No 8, August 26 2005

coverA 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

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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

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  • ISSN 1176 4740

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