The legal bid represents a shot across the bow for an incoming government looking to roll back action on climate
A Supreme Court decision could have wide-ranging implications for companies seeking water consents
In five years the number of people bringing claims against the Corrections Department has doubled
Police are working to clear a backlog of cases
A rare private health and safety prosecution over the death of a young Ngāti Porou forestry worker has been dismissed by the court.
A referendum on Te Tiriti o Waitangi would be corrosive and unfair, writes Dame Anne Salmond, but there is room for an inquiry into recent interpretations of the treaty
The new government is lasering in on patches and tattoos to curb gang activity.
Crown lawyers questioned by judges as Newsroom tries to overturn a ban on a video investigation into Oranga Tamariki
New law will simply dump more children in overcrowded youth justice residences, MPs told
At least nine parties will be called by the coroner today in a hearing to discuss the circumstances surrounding the 2019 death of a Gore three-year-old.
Dumping untold thousands of people into prison is much easier than solving any of our social problems. But it won’t work, argues Emilie Rākete.
A judge has cautioned against 'cherry picking' changes to sentencing of criminals