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The government has announced that mental health and addiction services for offenders will receive a $128.3 million boost.
Phil Goff wants a compulsory insurance or warranty scheme to pay for problems with building work such as leaky homes. Audio
Matthew, Stephen and Kathryn dissect the recent announcement of troop withdrawal from Iraq, details of a defence spend up and a likely end to the teachers' dispute. Audio
Germany correspondent Thomas Sparrow looks at how the German Green Party has taken top spot in national voting intention polls and surpassed Angela Merkel's conservatives. Audio
PhD candidate Kayla Stewart has been looking into sexual assault at tertiary institutions with 2700 responses to a survey at an un-named university. More than a third of respondents - or 36 per cent -… Audio
Business New Zealand says delays in processing of visa applications by Immigration New Zealand is holding the economy back and hurting employers. Audio
A law professor says the family court system is broken and changes can't come soon enough.
A review has found the radical reforms of 2014 have delivered few of the promised benefits for parents and… Audio
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff is calling for radical reform of the Building Act and Building Code saying it's time to put an end to the council and ratepayers paying out for shoddy building practices.
Importers of used cars say banning some models because of their low safety ratings is not the solution to improving overall vehicle safety.
RNZ has obtained a government report that suggests stopping… Audio
The lawyer for a 19-year-old mother still wants an independent inquiry into Oranga Tamariki's attempt to take her client's newborn baby into state care.
Last month, Hawke's Bay Hospital was put into… Audio
Hundreds of thousands of people continue protesting in Hong Kong against a controversial extradition bill - even though the bill has been suspended.
The bill would allow extradition from Hong Kong to… Audio
Civil Aviation Authority investigators are about to begin examining the scene of yesterday's fatal mid-air plane crash in Masterton.
Two light planes collided, killing both pilots instantly.
One was… Audio
The ACT party is targeting free speech and radical tax reform as it works to up voter support heading into next year's election.
The party has re-launched with the slogan 'act for freedom'.
The Children's Commissioner's office will conduct a review of Oranga Tamariki's care and protection of Māori babies from birth to three months old.
Last month, Hawke's Bay Hospital was put into… Video, Audio
A review of the family court has found the radical reforms of 2014 have delivered few of the promised benefits for parents and children.
It cites one case where a custody dispute over a ten-month-old… Audio
The Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones says "hoodlums" in Opotiki and "hillbillies" in Tuhoe are knee-capping economic growth in the Eastern Bay of Plenty.
Mr Jones says contractors… Audio
Some of New Zealand's most popular cars could be banned from being imported under a new road safety strategy.
Of the five most popular used cars imported into the country last year, three could be… Audio
Oranga Tamariki's inquiry into its attempt to take a newborn baby from its mother at Hawke's Bay Hospital will not be released to the public in full.
Last month, the hospital was put into lockdown… Audio
The Civil Aviation Authority will arrive in Masterton to investigate the scene of a two-plane mid-air collision that happened on Sunday morning.
Masterton Mayor Lyn Patterson tells us the community… Audio
The Civil Aviation Authority will arrive in Masterton to investigate the scene of a two-plane mid-air collision on Sunday morning.
A plane belonging to SkyDive Wellington had just dropped off four… Audio
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