Auckland Airport fraudster jailed for 3 years, two months after stealing $1.8M

Jonathan Underhill
Tue, 08 Nov 2016

By Jonathan Underhill Nov. 9 (BusinessDesk) - Former Auckland International Airport employee Teremoana Kimiangatau has been jailed for three years and two months after pleading guilty to charges of defrauding the airport out of about $1.8 million. Kimiangatau, who had worked as an accounts clerk for the company, pleaded guilty in July to three representative charges of 'obtaining by deception', having worked at the airport for 18 years. She had transferred funds from the airport company's bank account to her own account after changing cli...

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