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A woman whose son died after being tied down in a Japanese psychiatric hospital says physical restraint use has dropped 9 percent since she started campaigning against its use. Video, Audio
Scientists say that 5G is safe, but a small, vocal group of people insist it causes cancer. Susan Strongman speaks to two of the rollout's most rowdy opponents.
In less than a week, more than 4000 people have signed a petition asking MPs to remove abortion from the Crimes Act.
A visiting British woman considered illegally importing drugs bought online to avoid paying more than $2000 to legally access two abortion pills after a contraception failure.
Should a King Country town change its name? Susan Strongman heads to the heartland and can't find a single person who backs a new proposal.
A gender non-binary person trying to correct the sex on their birth certificate has spent six months communicating with the Births, Deaths and Marriages office, with little success.
A toxic debate rages over a law that will make it easier for gender diverse people to change the sex on their birth certificates. Susan Strongman enters the fray.
It's a dark cloud hanging over our civilisation, but there's still a chance to act. So why do we all have our heads in the sand? Susan Strongman reports.
A doctor who performs abortions in Christchurch says she's "disturbed" people are illegally importing abortion medicine.
Zoe Helene grew up in NZ. Now she's a 'psychedelic feminist' in the US, who leads women on hallucinogenic journeys in the Amazon jungle. Susan Strongman reports.
Burgled and beaten up, avocado growers are sleeping in their orchards, patrolling the streets at night and using CCTV to protect their 'green gold' from organised crime and a fruit blackmarket. Video
Men pee in front of Victoria when she's cleaning the gents. Roszanne couldn't afford to go to her brother's tangi. Lavinia hardly sees her children. Meet the women working for minimum wage. Video
At 21, David Cerven was shot dead by police in what many assumed was 'suicide by cop'. Susan Strongman traces his story of love, debt and despair all the way from Slovakia to the Auckland park where…
While Youthline and Lifeline struggle to stay afloat, leaving calls for help unanswered, the government is funding a brand new helpline.
A truck shop operating throughout the North Island has been fined $114,000 for misleading customers.
Tonight's fiery and aggressive leaders debate delivered a number of burns from both contestants.
RNZ rounds up the best zingers as social media reacts to Stuff's leaders' debate.
Analysis - The second leaders' debate saw some zingers from Jacinda Ardern and Bill English - and from moderator Patrick Gower. Susan Strongman looks back at the punches that weren't pulled.