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A former detective who has worked with the British army and British police says he never experienced bullying like he experienced in New Zealand.
Was it a cry for help, or was it a goat? That was the question being asked in a murder trial at the High Court in Wellington yesterday.
A victim of bullying in the police was asked by a senior sergeant whether her complaints could be put down to her period.
More than 400 people have applied for permits to keep now banned firearms since the Christchurch mosque attacks.
Senior managers in the police are failing to properly declare conflicts of interest when dealing with complaints of bullying and harassment, according to more than 50 victims and witnesses.
A former constable had suicidal thoughts because of the persistent bullying he faced during his time with the police.
Bullying within police has had a serious impact on the staff themselves and it's also impacting victims of crime, a former detective says.
Bullying remains widespread throughout the police little more than a decade after a commission of inquiry into the organisation's culture, victims say.
New Zealand Transport Agency said delays to some "critical construction" of the project meant they have to reassess the May 2020 opening date.
The police are fast-tracking the rollout of new-and-improved body armour as a result of the Christchurch Mosque shootings.
A random sample looking at the security of stolen firearms showed 32 percent were taken from unattended vehicles, most of which were left unlocked. Audio
Police emergency call handlers' current roster system, which has been previously called a failure, is set to get an overhaul.
The National Party is criticising the Government's uptake of electric vehicles into its fleet, saying it's taking too long. Audio
The government is proposing a new road safety strategy called Road to Zero, aiming to cut road deaths by 40 percent in the next decade. Video
The former boss of the New Zealand Transport Agency's (NZTA) high-tech innovation arm has been heavily criticised in a report on his work.
Firearms owners are concerned that foreigners and New Zealanders returning to the country aren't being scrutinised as closely as others when they seek a gun licence.
A New Zealand father has been forced back to Australia where he has no access to legal aid despite an Australian government agency having suggested he leave.
The Court of Appeal is set to reconsider the way New Zealand courts deal with the Hague Convention.
Police are working to improve security at a quarter of all police stations after an audit into firearms storage.
Police have revealed details of how the gun buyback process will work at a public demonstration today. Video
Police have heeded the advice of the Deerstalkers Association and banned media from attending gun buy-back events.
A New Zealand mother who was forced into hiding to escape her abusive Australian partner is now back home with her child after a rare win in the Australian courts.
Motorsport legend Greg Murphy has slammed a proposed road safety strategy for failing to put NZ drivers' under-trained and over-confident behaviour at the forefront.
A new road safety proposal called Vision Zero which could begin next year will focus on reducing deaths and injuries, rather than the number of crashes. Video
Police have sped up the importing of guns into the country by steamlining the process of giving out permits.