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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    A seventh man accused of alleged historical sexual offending at Dilworth School has appeared in the Auckland District Court

    A seventh man accused of alleged historical sexual offending at Dilworth School has appeared in the Auckland District Court


    The 60-year-old has name suppression, and will re-appear in court early next month - alongside six others facing charges of sexual offending and indecency.

    It's alleged at least 17 boys were abused between the 1970s and early 2000s.

    Sexual violence advocate Louise Nicholas is thanking the school for not sweeping the allegations under the carpet.

    She says they're supporting past students, and reiterating that this won't happen again.

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