"This isn't a place where people should be learning on the job."
One allegedly rammed a police car and stole their guns, the other accused of a fatal hit-and-run.
The 21-year-old had been on the run since last Wednesday.
Jono Townsend managed to catch a rare glimpse.
He's the minister, but he's not "sitting there okaying" the release of offensive letters, the Labour MP says.
The AM Show hosts say they have asked Corrections to stop the mail, but nothing has changed
On that basis, Corrections minister and CEO are in the firing line, writes Duncan Garner.
"They have taken away the right from me to hear from my son."
"Let's cross that bridge if it happens."
Daily news, visitors and exercise are included.
"Nobody seems to notice this happening."
Hate speech, threats and chilling requests fill paper from prison.
The Prime Minister is continuing to not speak his name.
Brenton Tarrant sent a six-page letter to a man in Russia from Auckland Prison.
Brenton Tarrant's supporters are trying to get his letter-writing privileges reinstated.
Brenton Tarrant was not present in the High Court on Thursday.
It's amateur hour in New Zealand's prisons, writes Duncan Garner.
But an expert in far-right radicals says it's Corrections that has made a mistake.
Brenton Tarrant was allowed to send the letter to someone in Russia.