Jonathan Pearlman (2018). Captain Cook statue to be removed from hill in New Zealand after Maori protests. The Telegraph. 2 October.
Phil Taylor (2018). Dark web listing of stolen Lindauer painting a scam, police say. New Zealand Herald. 22 September.
Hannah Furness (2018). Royal Academy asks tribal leaders to bless 'stolen' treasures in culturally sensitive exhibition. The Telegraph. 21 September.
Te Kuru o te Marama Dewes (2018). "These ancestor remains were stolen and sold overseas". Maori Television. 13 July.
Jessica Tyson (2018). Stolen korowai returned. Maori Television. 2 July.
Te Kuru o te Marama Dewes (2018). Re-united with the bones of their ancestors. Maori Television. 8 April.
Sophia Duckor-Jones (2018). Security stepped up ahead of Dame Kiri art auction. Radio New Zealand. 3 April.
Kurt Bayer (2018). Auckland's Lindauer ram-raid a mystery one year on. New Zealand Herald. 25 March.
Alice Guy (2018). Taxidermy bat stolen from Rotarua Arts Village. New Zealand Herald. 26 January.
Catrin Owen (2018). Military hat and marble balls go missing from Auckland museum and art gallery. Central Leader. 24 January.
Radio New Zealand (2017). Heavy, 10-metre 'waka train' mural vanishes. Radio New Zealand. 22 December.
Miriama Aoake (2017). A Maori at the British Museum. The Spinoff. 19 December.
New Zealand Herald (2017). Victoria Cross medal thief Ronnie Van Wakeren granted parole. New Zealand Herald. 19 December.
Naomi Rea (2017). Dark-Web Shoppers Are Bidding $350,000 in Bitcoin for a Stolen Painting—and It's Likely a Fake. ArtNet News. 28 November.
Matt Burgess (2017). A rare painting is stolen… then it appears for sale on the dark web. Wired. 24 November.
Luke Appleby (2017). Stolen Lindauer painting appears in dark web auction - but auction image appears to be fake. TVNZ. 24 November.
Phillipa Yalden (2017). Police investigating ram raid on Waikato art gallery. Stuff.co.nz. 15 November.
Scott Yeoman (2017). Back page: Penelope Jackson talks art crime in New Zealand. Bay of Plenty Times. 15 October.
Adele Redmond (2017). Alleged art heist no heist at all. Stuff.co.nz. 29 September.
Laura Macdonald (2017). The story behind the world's oldest surviving wharenui at Te Papa. Newshub. 29 September.
Melissa Nightengale (2017). Picton artist Sirpa Alalääkkölä 'heartbroken' at theft of paintings worth 'hundreds of thousands'. New Zealand Herald. 27 September.
Dionne Christian (2017). Portrait's bullet holes shocks art gallery worker. New Zealand Herald. 23 September.
Kiri Gillespie (2017). Man heartbroken after 50 year bonsai collection stolen. Bay of Plenty Times. 2 September.
Hamish MacLean (2017). Archaeological objects exposed by storms, stolen. Otago Daily Times. 1 September.
Jared Downing (2017). Colonial conquest's lost treasures return to Myanmar. Fontier. 8 August.
Jacob Goldberg (2017). New Zealand family's gift bridges 165 years, heals colonial wounds. Coconuts Yangon. 24 July.
Coconuts Yangon (2017). Descendants of conquerors to return artifacts stolen during Anglo-Burmese War. Coconuts Yangon. 4 July.
Alister Browne (2017). The fine art of forgery to be on display. Manawatu Standard. 7 June.
Mihingarangi Forbes (2017). Man out to prove Māori not original settlers under investigation. Radio New Zealand. 30 May.
A Northland man is under investigation by Heritage New Zealand for tampering with historic burial sites( )
Shabnam Dsatgheib (2017). A Northland man is under investigation by Heritage New Zealand for tampering with historic burial sites. Stuff.co.nz. 27 May.
Allison Meier (2017). Dozens of Māori and Moriori Remains Return to New Zealand from European Museums. Hyperallergic. 25 May.
Kurt Bayer (2017). Million-dollar Lindauer art heist in Auckland more sophisticated than police have revealed. New Zealand Herald. 23 May.
Phil Taylor (2017). Twist in $1m heist riddle. New Zealand Herald. 21 May.
Tess McClure (2017). Grave Robbers with Far-Right Links Could Be Stealing Ancestral Māori Skulls. Vice. 18 May.
Radio New Zealand (2017). Māori ancestral remains to return home from Swedish medical museum. Radio New Zealand. 16 May.
Waatea News (2017). Stolen skulls heading back from Sweden. Waatea News. 15 May.
Jared Savage (2017). 'Menace to society' Anthony Ricardo Sannd heading back to jail over theft of $130,000 motorcycle. New Zealand Herald. 3 May.
Mānia Clarke (2017). New short film honours return of Northland chief Te Pahis medal. Maori Television. 30 April.
Jessica Long (2017). Hope for families of Anzac heroes fighting for decades to retrieve World War 1 diaries. Stuff.co.nz. 23 April.
Jimmy Kouratoras (2017). Art thieves steal $30,000 worth of work from painter. Scoop. 21 April.
Jessica Long (2017). Descendants of Kiwi soldiers who fought at Gallipoli believe WW1 diaries were stolen. Stuff.co.nz. 15 April.
Kirsty Wynn (2017). Lindauer paintings stolen in Auckland art heist 'radioactive'. New Zealand Herald. 9 April.
Kirsty Johnston (2017). Second mystery in million-dollar theft of Lindauer paintings from Auckland gallery. Bay of Plenty Times. 5 April.
New Zealand Herald (2017). Police release CCTV footage of theft of Lindauer paintings. Bay of Plenty Times. 3 April.
Jacob Brown (2017). Theft of Māori paintings stuns descendant. News Hub. 2 April.
Matthew Theunissen (2017). Art criminologist warns stolen $1m Lindauer paintings could be used for ransom. New Zealand Herald. 2 April.
Anna Loren (2017). Two valuable Gottfried Lindauer paintings stolen in Auckland ram raid burglary. Stuff.co.nz. 1 April.
Radio New Zealand (2017). Pania, Tuna and a McCahon: A short history of art heists in NZ. Radio New Zealand. 1 April.
New Zealand Herald (2017). Million-dollar Parnell art heist: Interpol on watch for thieves. New Zealand Herald. 1 April.
Lindy Laird (2017). No takers for large collection of works belonging to art forger. The Northern Advocate. 7 March.
Elanore Ainge Roy (2017). New Zealand's surprising history of art crime: 'I continue to be flabbergasted'. The Guardian. 2 February.
Radio New Zealand (2017). Light exhibition goes dark as artwork stolen from botanic gardens. Radio New Zealand. 27 January.
Daniel Birchfield (2017). Art returned after burglary admitted. Otago Daily Times. 23 January.
Radio New Zealand (2016). Antique dealer left 'devastated' after $20,000 art theft. Radio New Zealand. 23 December.
Hannah Martin (2016). Waiouru medal thief recalled to prison after starting online escort service. Stuff.co.nz. 20 December.
Catrin Owen (2016). British war veteran appeals for stolen service medals to be returned. Stuff.co.nz. 9 December.
Danielle Clent (2016). Virgin Mary stolen from Helensville church. Stuff.co.nz. 6 December.
The Northland Age (2016). Outrage at unprovoked vandalism of ancient tree. The Northland Age. 6 December.
Matt Hickman (2016). Demand for high-end honey prompts beehive crime wave. Mother Nature Network. 7 November.
Josh Fagan (2016). Thief in Waiouru medal heist that 'shocked the nation' denied parole. Stuff.co.nz. 28 October.
Rebecca Fox (2016). Framed: art crime in focus. Otago Daily Times. 19 October.
Natasha Thompson (2016). Help! My Goldie's missing!. The Gisborne Herald. 14 October.
Carly Gooch (2016). Stolen brazier leaves artist dissapointed. Stuff.co.nz. 4 October.
Mahvash Ali (2016). Author says New Zealanders need to watch out for art crime. Stuff.co.nz. 1 September.
Eleanor Black (2016). Art crime in New Zealand - there's more than you think. Stuff.co.nz. 1 September.
The New Zealand Herald (2016). Sacred Maori paintings taken from King Country trust boardroom. The New Zealand Herald. 23 August.
Eleanor Ainge Roy (2016). Captain Cook statues defaced in NZ amid calls for Maori chiefs to take his place. The Guardian. 31 July.
Selena Powell (2016). Heritage New Zealand charges dropped against Marlborough landowners Haysley and Phillip MacDonald. Stuff.co.nz. 13 July.
Tim O'Connell (2016). Art heist or misplaced masterpiece? Missing painting baffles Nelson artist. Stuff.co.nz. 23 June.
Madison Park (2016). Smithsonian returns Maori remains to New Zealand. CNN. 28 May.
The Star (2016). Special delegation visits Sheffield for skull repatriation. The Star. 20 May.
Martin Hannan (2016). Maori skull on its way back home after 130 years. The National. 18 May.
Kurt Bayer (2016). 60 Maori and Moriori heads and skulls repatriated from UK and US. The New Zealand Herald. 12 May.
Chris Foote (2016). Maori skull returning to homeland after 133 years in Moray. STV. 11 May.
Jemima Garrett (2016). Captain James Cook feather cape and helmet gifted to him before death returned to Hawaii. ABC Australia. 1 April.
Kate Pereyra Garcia (2016). 'I don't think it was taken by an art collector'. Radio New Zealand. 25 March.
Joanne Carroll (2016). Beloved West Coast painting stolen. Stuff.co.nz. 23 March.
Deena Coster (2016). Talk explores ties South American art collector had with Taranaki carvings. Taranaki Daily News. 21 March.
Anne Gibson (2016). Rescue bid launched for Fonterra-trapped fish. The New Zealand Herald. 8 March.
Rachel Thomas (2016). Aratoi museum and local iwi buy back ancient Maori cloak after century in US. Stuff.co.nz. 2 February.
The Gisborne Herald (2016). Connecting with artefacts taken by Cook. The Gisborne Herald. 25 January.
Sara Meij (2016). Stolen artwork returned to gallery. Stuff.co.nz. 23 January.
Te Ahua Maitland (2016). Museum-quality heirloom stolen from Hamilton home. Stuff.co.nz. 19 January.
Sara Meij (2016). Art work stolen before exhibition opens. Nelson Mail. 16 January.
Lois Williams (2016). Te Pahi's medal among Waitangi treasures. Radio New Zealand. 14 January.
Jessy Edwards (2016). $6K Maori cloak sold a month ago for $174. The Dominion Post. 5 January.
Stuff.co.nz (2016). Sale of historic Maori cloak attracts debate on Trade Me. Stuff.co.nz. 4 January.
Megan Gattey (2015). Vandals knock over Lyall Bay's Easter Island statue. The Dominion Post. 31 December.
Motunui epa: Maori storehouse carvings returned home after 150 years buried in a swamp, 40-year European exile( )
Kim Griggs (2015). Motunui epa: Maori storehouse carvings returned home after 150 years buried in a swamp, 40-year European exile. ABC Australia. 16 December.
Hawke's Bay Today (2015). Man admits stealing Maori artefacts. Hawke's Bay Today. 9 December.
Susan Strongman (2015). New Zealand Herald Reserve Bank apologises over stolen design on new $10 bank note. The New Zealand Herald. 11 November.
Simon Hendery (2015). Fake Lindauer painting kept in cupboard for years before $75,000 Turnbull sale. The Dominion Post. 5 November.
The Dominion Post (2015). Editorial: Lesson for library in 'fake' purchase. The Dominion Post. 23 October.
Jim Mclay (2015). The Attorneys General and the Motunui Panels. Taranaki Daily News. 22 October.
Radio New Zealand (2015). $75,000 wake-up call over fake painting. Radio New Zealand. 19 October.
Ali Ikram (2015). Art matters: Stolen taonga returned to Taranaki after 40-year fight. The New Zealand Herald. 17 October.
John Weekes (2015). Both sides claim victories in art court battle. The New Zealand Herald. 8 October.
Maria Slade (2015). Artwork stolen, vandalised at upmarket Auckland office building. Stuff.co.nz. 11 September.
NZ Catholic (2015). Who stole two Steele artworks. NZ Catholic. 1 September.
Elton Smallman (2015). Gift from Te Puea, jewellery, combs taken in theft. Stuff.co.nz. 25 August.
Imran Ali (2015). Court fight over Maori artefacts comes to an end. The Northern Advocate. 14 August.
Rebecca Ryan (2015). Artist victim of late-night antics. Otago Daily Times. 31 July.
Carla Green (2015). Van found minus art. Otago Daily Times. 8 July.
Carla Green (2015). Plea for return of artworks. Otago Daily Times. 6 July.
Thomas Mead (2015). Art stolen from Whanganui gallery. 3News. 30 June.
Sonya Bateson (2015). Rannali 'stoked' painting found 12 years later. Bay of Plenty Times. 16 June.
The Northland Age (2015). Kauri gum theft 'devastating'. The Northland Age. 9 June.
Helen Harvey (2015). Motunui panels returned to Taranaki. Stuff.co.nz. 20 March.
Zaryd Wilson (2015). Wanganui expert fights to ban moa trade. Wanganui Chronicle. 9 January.
Caleb Harris (2014). Rare medal stolen from museum. Stuff.co.nz. 3 December.
NZN (2014). Ancient Maori heads returning from US. NZCity. 1 December.
James Ihaka (2014). Theft charge over One Tree Hill pine's remains. The New Zealand Herald. 26 November.
Wepiha Te Kanawa (2014). Historical shackles nearly sold off at auction. Maori Television. 5 March.