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A Christchurch woman is furious a flyer from the group Voices For Freedom ended up in her letterbox.
Almost one in four young people in state care do not feel they can contact their birth families as much as they would like to, an Oranga Tamariki survey found.
A decision to withdraw a widely criticised proposed youth justice bill is being labelled a win for democracy by the Children's Commissioner.
A group of inmates at a central North Island prison are helping to grow and plant tens of thousands of native trees every year.
A group who previously advertised in a conspiracy ridden Covid-19 magazine is back again, this time organising a massive leaflet drop.
A new anti-vaccine publication with links to Advance New Zealand should be ripped up and thrown in the bin, a health expert says. Audio
About half the families in a study of 6000 children struggled to afford healthy food during the first year of life of their babies.
With February fast approaching, there are worries that drought could strike parts of the country like it did last summer.
The decision to make the annual celebrations exclusive is due to internal issues at the pā, according to the MP for Te Tai Hauāuru, Adrian Rurawhe.
Police are cracking down on officers engaging in car chases where the risk of harm doesn't justify the pursuit, but say fleeing drivers will still be held to account.
Inmates at the country's toughest jail were treated to some Christmas cheer this weekend.
There are just two more sleeps until election day, but that has not stopped efforts to get more young people enrolled to vote.
The Sustainable New Zealand Party has admitted that a woman featured in one of its online video advertisements is not a small business owner named Jill, but is the partner of the party's leader. Video
Agriculture has found itself in a policy tug of war between National's Judith Collins and Labour's Jacinda Ardern this election.
Campaign season is often a time of hugs, hongi and handshakes, where voters cram into packed halls while listening to the big election promises, but Covid-19 means limited gatherings and social…
Four child welfare groups have today launched a campaign to ensure tamariki are front of mind for voters this election.
More than 20 young people have escaped from Youth Justice Residences since 2015, with two spending almost a fortnight on the run.
Recent political polls have the ACT Party sitting pretty on 5 percent meaning leader David Seymour could bring along five new friends to Parliament. Here are the likely contenders.
Lockdown was a time some of us might remember fondly; days spent with family, going for walks, pressing the reset button. For others, it was something best forgotten.
New Zealand birds are loving this lockdown, no longer having to compete with cars, buses, trains, planes or people.
Kaikohe residents say the Far North District Council was underprepared and slow to respond to the drought, but the mayor says council is working hard on solutions. Audio
A group of young New Zealanders have shared their hopes for New Zealand's future in 2040.
Auckland's famous Franklin Road Christmas lights have some stiff competition this year, in the form of Cooper Crescent in Ōtara.
Domestic violence services, conservation and education are all on the list for the royal tour.
The Principal Youth Court Judge says it's not fair to expect a young person with 14 or more years of trauma to turn their life around in a few months.