KIm Mc Gregor: “visible cultural shift” in young men’s attitudes,

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Newly appointed Police Minister Michael Woodhouse also declined to discuss the investigation, and in another statement, a spokeswoman said Woodhouse had been advised by police that the operation was still a priority and “significant” resources had been dedicated to it.

Fairfax NZ approached the families of Hales and Parker for comment but received no response.

According to Hales’ Facebook page he’s still in Auckland, has completed a course of study and is in a relationship.Rape Prevention Education executive director Kim McGregor said little had changed when it came to funding sexual violence programmes in schools but believed there had been a “visible cultural shift” in young men’s attitudes, noting a huge turnout of men marching in sexual violence campaigns.

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