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The Catholic and Anglican churches are still considering quashing legal agreements that may prevent abuse survivors from giving evidence to the inquiry investigating historical abuse in care.
The Muslim group assisting the Royal Commission into the mosque attacks has had its first meeting in Christchurch.
The Islamic Women's Council has received financial assistance from the Royal Commission into the Christchurch Mosque Attacks to help it pay for legal representation.
The head of the Royal Commission of Inquiry into Historical Abuse in Care, Sir Anand Satyanand, has announced he is stepping down from the job.
Around 50 people have been protesting in central Auckland against delays in visa processing.
The Chief Human Rights Commissioner has called for more inclusion of Muslims in the Inquiry into the 15 March Mosque attacks.
Boozy baby boomers are giving young people a run for their money when it comes to hitting the bottle.
Auckland councillors regret signing off on the Ihumātao land being used for housing, with one saying it feels like police are being used as a "private security firm for a group of foreign investors".
Hundreds of people marched to Parliament today calling for reform of New Zealand's abortion laws, as Cabinet prepares to consider a bill that would remove abortion from the Crimes Act.
The Royal Commission into the Christchurch mosque shootings has extended its deadline for public submissions.
The extensive suppression orders covering the Royal Commission into the Christchurch mosque shootings will now cover every single government agency and crown entity.
The Royal Commission into Historical Abuse in State Care will expose the country's "dark and uncomfortable" history, its chair said today as its public hearings began.
A University of Auckland lecturer is calling for staff to be trained to handle students with extreme views on campus after staff said they were silenced over a student's outburst in March.
Staff at the University of Auckland say they were silenced by senior management after raising concerns about a student with extreme far-right views just days after the Christchurch terror attack.
Membership of the Muslim group assisting the Royal Commission into the attack on Christchurch mosques has not yet been finalised, despite it hearing evidence for almost two months.
Police have charged a man with assaulting men and women under the guise of healing people of cancer.
Residents of a small Bay of Plenty are fighting to keep cash flowing in and out of their only bank. Audio
New Zealand's largest emergency housing hostel has reopened in Auckland following a multi-million dollar refurbishment.
The Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Christchurch mosque attacks may provide financial assistance for those asked to give evidence.
The Islamic Women's Council is meeting with the Royal Commission into the Christchurch terror attacks today over the secrecy of the investigation.
As world leaders meet in Paris, students, academics and police met at the University of Waikato to discuss ways of combating violent extremism.
Dame Fiona Kidman has taken out the country's most prestigious literary prize.
Most of the Royal Commission into the Christchurch mosque attacks may be held behind closed doors.
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has paid tribute to the unity displayed in New Zealand following the Christchurch mosque shootings.
Auckland University's Vice Chancellor maintains students' claims of a growing white supremacist movement are "utter nonsense" - but admits he doesn't know the extent of any extremism on campus.