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Horton Media's ex-manager pleads guilty to major long-running theft

Horton Media’s former general manager Norah Laurence Tither (Laura) has pleaded guilty to stealing just over $646,500 from the commercial printer, where she was responsible for its payroll system.

Mrs Tither, 70, appeared in Manukau District Court yesterday represented by barrister Roger Chambers, where she pleaded guilty to three charges of theft.

She was remanded at large for sentencing on October 23.

The charges carry a maximum sentence of seven years imprisonment.

 

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