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A brave rape survivor who gave up her right to anonymity has recalled the harrowing ordeal of having an abortion after she was sexually assaulted by her then-boyfriend. Craig Koning, 36, was found guilty by majority verdict on two sexual assault charges dating back to following a week long trial in Auckland on Tuesday. The former DJ, party planner and charity boss is now behind bars ahead of his sentencing which is expected to be handed down in His former girlfriend Amy Coronakes made the brave decision to waive her right to have her name suppressed in media reports on the case when the trial began last week. She told Daily Mail Australia she is not ashamed as she did nothing wrong and plans to be open about the traumatic experience with seven-year-old daughter Ava when she gets older.
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There are many common problems in married life and a lot of them can be avoided, fixed or resolved using many different methods and techniques. Infidelity is a common problem in relationships. It includes cheating and having emotional affairs. Certainly, there will be differences and disagreements within a marriage, but some differences are too major to ignore, such as core values and beliefs. In some instances, marriage issues occur simply because both spouses have outgrown each other and want more out of life from someone else.
Anna Leask is a senior crime and justice reporter for the New Zealand Herald. They met on camera, married at first sight and navigated the first few weeks of their new life together in front of film crews and then the nation. Almost four years on, Brett and Angel sat down with the Herald to talk about their "fairytale" romance and exciting plans for the future. Few people would agree to marry a stranger at first sight - but Brett Renall and Angel Fulljames were both looking for love when they agreed to do it, and to do it with cameras following their every move. When they signed up for the first season of Married At First Sight - a reality television show based on a social experiment where participants agree to marry a stranger chosen by relationship experts - neither imagined they'd find their soulmate.