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Cabinet ministers will discuss possible law changes to what mail can be received and sent by prisoners, after the accused Christchurch gunman was able to send mail to supporters.
An advocacy group for tenants is concerned over whether new guidelines from the privacy commissioner will actually protect renters.
The family of an infant who died with high levels of alcohol in her blood says the coroner should have suppressed her name to protect her siblings.
A dentist has been told to apologise and get extra training after performing root canal on the wrong tooth of a patient.
US President Donald Trump has said he doesn't want the US to do business with Chinese company Huawei.
Cabinet is pushing ahead with law changes to what mail can be received and sent by prisoners, after the alleged Christchurch gunman was able to send mail to supporters.
While mail can be withheld in… Audio
Newsroom's Farah Hancock last week highlighted, with wry humour, the dangers of unconventional treatments for erectile disfunction. Audio
The All Black reserve halfback TJ Perenara wrote "Ihumatao" on his wrist band and proudly displayed it during the national anthem and while leading the All Blacks haka. Audio
Support for legalising recreational cannabis has plummeted in a recent poll. Ross Bell from the Drug Foundation joins us to chat about what this means for next year's vote. Audio
Have you ever gotten in trouble for jaywalking? Audio
Australia's relationship with the Pacific Islands is eroding by the soundbite - with deputy prime minister Michael McCormack the latest to commit an offensive faux pas. Journalist Michael Field joins… Audio
The government has unveiled a bold new strategy aiming to drastically lower the number of Maori in prison. Lawyer and youth justice advocate Kingi Snelgar joins us to discuss whether these are… Audio
An Iranian ship held by Gibraltar since July on suspicion of transporting oil to Syria has left port after authorities tell the US Iran's Revolutionary Guard is not viewed as a terrorist organisation…
A report found the midwive failed to communicate effectively why an ultrasound scan was needed, that the baby was in distress and that doubt was created by calling an obstetrician "Mr Slice and Dice".
Protesters occupying land at Ihumātao will begin a four-hour hikoi to Jacinda Ardern's constituency office at Mt Albert on Thursday to present a petition calling on the Prime Minister to visit.
Police are investigating a second Christchurch robbery in two days by a man wielding a hammer.
We all know what pain means to us specifically - but what actually is it and how can we deal with? Audio
The High Court has been told Paul Te Hiko was killed at close range when he confronted the accused with an axe outside his sleep-out.
A jury has been selected in the trial of a man accused of murdering a toddler in Northland last year.
A homicide investigation has been launched after a woman who was seriously assaulted in Hastings last week died on Sunday.
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