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The gunman of the Christchurch mosque attacks has chosen to represent himself at his sentencing next month.
Anti-poverty campaigners are calling on consumers to harness their power to help millions of workers in garment factories overseas.
A former public sector worker with a chronic illness says her employer didn't support her to work from home, but within a week of Covid-19 hitting New Zealand, the whole office was set up for it.
NZ On Air has confirmed a man who was a convicted paedophile was hired to work as a freelance cameraman on What Now in 2018 and again in 2019.
A consultant whose firm educates companies on diversity and culture is calling on brands and consumers to re-consider selling and buying products with racist overtones.
More flexibility with hours and working from home will help people with physical and intellectual challenges to be a part of the workforce, disability advocates say.
A student who posed in blackface for a Snapchat photo has left Auckland's Westlake Girls High School, the college has confirmed.
Education can change the underbelly of racism within New Zealand says a teacher who is calling on schools to prioritise teaching the history of oppressed people.
Addiction services have reported a rise in drinking, cannabis use and online gambling over the lockdown period.
There are calls for a registry to be established for Mururoa veterans and their families after research revealed prevalent health woes linked to radiation exposure.
Artists, musicians and actors say the entertainment industry will fall into crisis if it can't open up again soon.
A Covid-19 mental health survey suggests New Zealanders are feeling stressed but have the strength to overcome the challenges ahead.
Food charities already under pressure are bracing for a second wave of need if the wage subsidy ends in the coming weeks.
An anti-freedom camping activist has withdrawn a petition to ban the practice, after receiving several threats of violence.
A petition to ban all foreign freedom campers in Aotearoa in order to support small businesses is circulating and gathering support.
As New Zealand makes strong progress in eliminating Covid-19, there are also calls to "flatten the racism curve".
Wellington is becoming the playground capital for sea life following another whale spotting today.
Family harm is on the rise as women find it harder to escape their abusers during Covid-19 restrictions.
Calls and texts to the government's free national mental health helpline have risen sharply since the start of alert level 4.
As New Zealand prepares for a potential drop in alert levels, some people think it is too soon to be relaxing the standard.
A lack of education and open dialogue with parents is one of the main reasons why young people are using pornography to educate themselves about sex.
The lockdown has disrupted plans to start work on the Christ Church Cathedral causing delays of at least a month.
For many churches, celebrating Easter this year will look different, but technology is helping congregations stay connected and even grow.
Women's Rights Commissioner Saunoamaali'i Karanina Sumeo is pleading for a reduction in domestic violence as some family bubbles become more dangerous.
Around the world, social and physical distancing is changing how we love, date and show intimacy.