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Our reporter Peter Fowler has been covering dam developments for the past four years and says the regional council doesn't have a lot of options left. Audio
The Supreme Court will hear Sonya Rockhouse and Anna Osborne's claim that the mine's former CEO, Peter Whitall, bought his way out of prosecution. Nigel Hampton QC joins Checkpoint. Video, Audio
History has been made in New Zealand's Supreme Court with, for the first time, the majority of judges sitting on the bench at today's hearing being women.
US President Donald Trump has had his pick for the Supreme Court sworn in.
Republicans have taken the historic step of changing US Senate rules in order to ram through confirmation of President Trump's Supreme Court pick.
The Wellington Tenths Trust is looking closely at a landmark Supreme Court ruling that the Crown must honour a land deal agreed with Nelson Māori in 1839. Audio
The Supreme Court has ruled the government must honour a land deal struck in 1830s between the New Zealand Company and Māori in the Nelson region.
A conservative think tank in the United States says Democrats will have a hard time finding 'dirt' on Neil Gorsuch - Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee - and says attempts to stall a vote on the… Audio
Kerensa Johnston is CEO of the Wakatū Incorporation, which has 4,000 shareholders descending from the original Māori landowners of the Nelson, Tasman and Golden Bay Regions. Audio
Democrats are promising to fight the appointment of President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch with every tool at their disposal. Audio
At least a dozen former prisoners in Wellington alone are seeking legal advice following a ruling on release date calculation.
Cabinet is weighing up its options following a ruling that Corrections has wrongly calculated some inmates' release dates, the Prime Minister says.
Corrections has little chance of defending inmates' claims for compensation for unlawful imprisonment, a leading human rights lawyer says.
Victims could be in for a windfall if prisoners successfully challenge claims of unlawful imprisonment, a human rights lawyer says.
Thousands of prisoners' jail time could have been wrongly calculated, the Minister of Corrections says, after an earlier estimate of 500 serving prisoners. Video
Thousands of prisoners might have been in jail longer than they should have been and could be owed millions in compensation.
Ned Lowe's father is eager to carry on with his business in Vanuatu now his son's been cleared of murder. Audio
The Public Service Association says yesterday's decision from the Supreme Court is another nail in the coffin for the gender pay gap. Audio