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More than seven years after he was shot by police, the whānau of Shargin Stephens will finally have their time in court.
Justice Ministry warns of 'misuse of privileged information' by ministers entering the lobbying industry.
The firm was embedded in Commerce Commission offices working on supermarket and energy industry inquiries, which had major implications for its corporate clients.
An internal police review of bail finds its system "far under-estimating" the proportion of high risk offenders.
The chancellor of the University of Waikato was intimately involved in helping National develop policy, raising questions about independence.
Hipkins - just like his predecessor Jacinda Ardern - uses a well-worn tactic to change the direction of a difficult interview.
Unnamed lobbyists are advising Transparency International on the rules and ethics of their own industry.
An analysis of hours of interviews suggests National's leader has more positive things to say.
Steven Joyce has been paid $966,000 for various roles at Waikato University over three years.
How Christopher Luxon and Chris Hipkins square up against the different news networks and hosts.
The words and phrases National leader Christopher Luxon says over and over again - and how they dramatically differ from Labour's leaders.
Multiple complaints have been raised about the culture at the office of Hamilton's Crown Solicitor, RNZ understands.
A lobbyist has written to industry peers arguing "there's no accountability to the public" in what they do.
When a big corporate is alarmed about possible law changes, it asks its well-connected lobbyist to intervene. A text message exchange between a Cabinet Minister and his lobbyist "mate" follows.
'Section 61 C needs to be deleted': The former minister telling Beehive staff to change legislation for his clients.
Prime Minister's chief of staff came directly from leading a lobbying firm that argued against alcohol reforms that have now been ditched.
An RNZ investigation reveals hundreds of thousands of dollars of public money is being spent on lobbying firms.
With decades of experience in the war on drugs between them, a Customs boss and a regional cop are uniquely qualified to talk about the state of the national struggle against drug harm.
In a new documentary, RNZ's Guyon Espiner asks what business Richard Nixon has in sending hundreds of New Zealanders to prison each year for low-level drug offences.
A shift commander says he knew of Jerrim Toms' mental health issues but that didn't alter his strategy on how to deal with him.
Police say they had no other option but to shoot and kill the 29-year-old mentally ill man - including eight shots fired as he ran away.
A 29-year-old mentally ill man shot dead by police was a "bright, authentic and honest" man, whose condition deteriorated with the use of meth, a coronial inquest heard today.
Billions of dollars from Lotto's gambling profits have been handed out using an incoherent funding model built on 'systemic bias' that sees Māori, Pasifika and other minority groups miss out, papers…
For years, Lotto pitched certain stores as "lucky". They weren't. In fact, the chances of becoming a problem gambler far outweigh the chances of winning a big Powerball prize.
In the third of RNZ's investigative series on Lotto, we ask why children are able to gamble on Lotto - and it is completely legal.