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The controversial practice can cause harm and even death, research suggests. An expert says New Zealand could get its use rate to zero.
A man who was caught filming a woman undressing in a Kmart changing room in Auckland has been sentenced to community work.
The FBI is offering more than $15,000 for information about a New Zealand man who fled the United States after he was charged with sex trafficking and child exploitation material.
Confused by Auckland's Covid-19 clusters and sub-clusters? Here's everything you need to know.
There are now 45 cases of Covid-19 linked to an Auckland church whose members met during last month's lockdown.
How does it feel to watch family members become obsessed with Bill Gates, microchips and 5G - and is there anything you can do to help them?
A month after saying a dietary supplement could prevent Covid-19, Orewa psychic Jeanette Wilson now claims a bluetooth device she's selling can dose vitamins "vibrationally". Audio
Police and Medsafe have raided the property of a man who sells a bleach he claims can cure Covid-19, RNZ understands.
An oncologist is warning that promoting alternative cancer treatments can lead people to delay conventional therapy.
A woman who was convinced Te Kiri Gold would save her dying father is devastated it is still for sale, even after one of the owners - a doctor - was deregistered for testing it on patients. Susan…
Four Florida men have been charged for selling a bleach - also sold in NZ - as a Covid-19 cure. Susan Strongman reports.
Chemicals a New Zealand man is selling as a "miracle" Covid-19 cure generate toxic chlorine gas when combined, experts say. Video, Audio
A NZ website is advising people with symptoms of coronavirus to consume a bleach product sold by the Hauraki Plains-based "bishop" of a cult-like American organisation.
For some helpline workers, helping others in lockdown moves the focus away from their own isolation.
As the economic crisis hits, the 49-year-old charity has lost key corporate sponsors, while contacts to its counsellors are through the roof. Susan Strongman reports.
Māori and Pasifika populations are more vulnerable to Covid-19 and the effects of a recession. The combination could be devastating, reports Susan Strongman.
Some healthcare providers are offering phone consultations then couriering abortion medication to pregnant women's homes.
Jean Topp, 89, on the death of the magazine she started buying as a teenager and which later put her daughters, the Topp Twins, on the cover.
Ashley Bloomfield, Sarah Stuart-Black and Juliet Gerrard have all become household names, but who are they?
A mother vulnerable to the coronavirus after a kidney transplant also has a premature baby at risk.
Pauanui local Peter Wilson didn't sound too worried yesterday about the numbers of people heading to the coastal Coromandel town, but concerns have now increased.
Resource consent for the construction of an Erebus national memorial in an Auckland park has been granted, despite opposition from local residents.
Internet speeds and cyber security will be put to the test as Covid-19 sees increasing numbers of New Zealanders working and studying from home while self-isolating and social distancing.
The public will not be able to make submissions in the Erebus memorial resource consent process.
A secretive group who spent four years tunnelling into the side of a country road in search of a mythical race of pre-Polynesian giants' skeletons have called off their dig, Susan Strongman reports. Audio