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Oranga Tamariki's chief executive Grainne Moss is digging in, refusing to resign in the face of stiff criticism.
Yet another scathing report into the agency was released this week - and the new… Video, Audio
Melanie Reid from Newsroom has been following proceedings and speaks to The Panel. Audio
Brodie Fraser has just completed her PHD at the University of Otago's Department of Public Health in Wellington. Audio
Inside Outside is a video blog allowing disabled kiwi youth to share about their condition, what it means to them, how it affects their lives. Video
While economists and city leaders debate Auckland's economic recovery, poets have quietly stamped their prophesies on the city.
Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga has weighed into a long-running access rights battle at a historic pā site in Taranaki.
The Crown agency says fragile archaeological remains at Hauranga Pā are… Audio
The Law Commission is calling for an overhaul of how DNA is obtained and used for criminal investigations - something that is long overdue according to Tikanga Māori advocates.
A report by the… Audio
Wellington bus passengers with an iPhone can rejoice on Wednesday - they can finally top up their Snapper cards without having to hunt down a dairy or supermarket.
The new app goes live at 10am and… Audio
The head of Oranga Tamariki will concede that structural racism in the care and protection system has had adverse effects on tamariki Māori.
This is what the Waitangi Tribunal Urgent Inquiry which… Audio
A Dunedin mother of three says she doesn't even expect to hear an apology from the neighbour who's smouldering fire pit destroyed her home and possessions.
Fire investigators have now confirmed that… Audio
Scientists are waiting for a sample from the Air NZ crew member who tested positive for Covid-19 after a flight to China.
The crew are due back in New Zealand this morning, and will be isolated and… Audio
Every year the Oxford English Dictionary chooses a Word of the Year that captures the spirit of the past 12 months. But in a year like 2020, just one word didn't cut it.
Instead, the Dictionary has… Audio
A five-storey figure who graced Queen Street in Auckland once a year for 60 years has been driven out of town.
The city's huge Santa Claus was dismantled for the last time earlier this year and he's… Audio
We need to learn to be better ancestors, says philosopher and author Roman Krznaric. Audio
Lawyer and freelance writer, Madeleine Holden, shares some tips for writing a dating profile. Audio
Dunedin City Library is to open an interfaith prayer room and a Muslim praying space but its plan has prompted some pushback. Audio
The Government isn't ruling out lifting the minimum wage to the level of the living wage, which currently stands at $22.10.
A new report from the Helen Clark Foundation and the Institute of Economic… Audio
First Person - I shouldn't have been checking my work emails. It was a Saturday night at my grandparents' house. Before I had time to comprehend what I'd read, there was another ping, writes RNZ…
Hundreds of St John paramedics and ambulance staff are set to walk off the job following more failed pay talks with between their union and management. Workers under the First Union umbrella will go… Audio
The Human Rights Comission is backing calls to give Māori control over the care of Tamariki Māori, saying self determination is a fundamental part of indigenous human rights.
In a large scale… Audio
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