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Clinical care is typically full beyond capacity, leaving a homeless shelter feeling more at risk from 'very mentally unwell people'.
Young people reported the highest level of unmet need for mental health care of any age group, the auditor-general found.
Autistic children and young adults are more than twice as likely to die before their 25th birthday, a first of its kind study has found.
With debates over Aotearoa's future already proving divisive, is there a better way to resolve our most polarising issues?
The church wanted to evade the scrutiny of the Royal Commission of Inquiry into Abuse in Care. A High Court judge tossed out their claim.
A legal bid by the Jehovah's Witness church to get out of being part of the Royal Commission of Inquiry into Abuse in Care has been dismissed.
A National Party candidate favoured to win election questioned Covid death statistics and said "lower socio economics fill their tap water with raro".
Nearly 5000 birth injury claims have been accepted by the ACC since cover was expanded nearly a year ago.
The Jehovah's Witness church has been fighting scrutiny from a national inquiry into the historical abuse of children for three years, court documents show.
How the Jehovah's Witnesses have kept the presence of child abusers hidden from the knowledge of the people they share the church with.
A Jehovah Witness elder claims he was told to destroy confidential church documents, including those relating to child sexual abuse cases.
Men convicted for child sex abuse or with allegations against them are active members of the Jehovah's Witnesses - unbeknownst to most in the church.
The company has been charged with unlawfully making and exporting an estimated $29 million worth of tainted fat and meat and bone meal, following an MPI investigation.
It's alleged more than 20,000 tonnes of tainted tallow and 16,400 tonnes of adulterated meat and bone meal were sold to foreign buyers.
Then-Police Commissioner Mike Bush used his "delegated financial authority" to approve a $500,000 contract for Topham Guerin to work on the Covid-19 response.
Hazel fought to get recognition of the trauma an intimate film on a pornography site caused her. She has finally won her precedent-setting case against ACC.
The country's largest funeral home operator says it can't give staff individual exposure results but acknowledges formaldehyde levels were higher than recommended at some sites.
First Person - RNZ's Anusha Bradley woke on Tuesday to muddy brown water lapping at her back door. In the week since, a virtual black-out brought her closer to the community she calls home.
Even as she bowed out, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's nastiest critics continued their personal attacks. It reflects a disturbing trend.
Colleagues were so alarmed they wrote an open letter and left it lying around the office.
When a Covid vaccination social media campaign finally got underway in earnest, almost all the people it was trying to convince had already been vaccinated.
After a two-year wait to clear his name, lawyer Garth Gallaway says the profession's complaints system needs a complete overhaul.
Fish and Game New Zealand's chairperson Ray Grubb has resigned amid an independent investigation into allegations of bullying behaviour.
WorkSafe is accused of turning a blind eye to two companies found to be illegally storing potentially catastrophic amounts of explosive substances.
The agency will need to help all injured people - not just those who make a claim - under new legislation to be introduced to Parliament on Friday.