Timoti Te Moke graduates from Otago Medical School this week, having endured beatings, facing a manslaughter charge, and fighting against discrimination.
Melanie Reid’s investigative podcast has taken two gongs at the 2023 NZ Podcast Awards for her series on one of the country’s most controversial cases.
The chief executive of NZ’s biggest water provider says Aucklanders’ charges will triple – unless the new Govt agrees to its bailout plan
A prominent declaration on farming and food kicks off the UN climate summit, and could have implications for farmers and politicians here, writes Rod Oram
Is the cellphone ban an indication of a move away from technology in the classroom?
Oil mogul ensures opening of UN climate summit avoids any talk of phasing out fossil fuels
Our public spaces, parks and gardens are largely ornamental – they could offer so much more repurposed as a place to provide free food for all
Ayesha Verrall grew immensely as a politician in her first term in Parliament. Now she looks to expand from health to another hot button portfolio
The media is being used to encourage politicians to accept as inevitable the idea of a waterfront stadium in Auckland, if not a specific plan
Auckland has missed the boat on hosting a SailGP event next March because of the contamination of a former Shell petroleum storage site on the waterfront
The new Govt wants to move responsibility for problems away from local council building inspectors – but that assumes any insurance firm will take on the risk
A research project explores how public housing on NZ’s most densely populated flood plain can be more resilient
Vendors willing to live dangerously have picked the bottom of the housing market, and made handsome profits
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Politicians and Treaty experts explain what might happen next as the Government readies for changes to the Waitangi Tribunal and legislation mentioning Treaty principles
Will the incoming government favour Pākehā Baby Boomers in its policies or will it look to the growing future generations of Māori and Pasifika?
A future of wireless EV charging is close, but there are challenges to overcome
Countries need to get the policy mix right to encourage the switch to electric vehicles
Newsroom podcasts, including the successful first season of The Boy in the Water, take out multiple top spots in the Apple Podcasts charts for 2023
All SFO charges over political donations to National and Labour have now been quashed – leaving just one man guilty of lying in an interview
One court ruled out rights for Māori over river mouths if the waterways were 'navigable' but a higher court reverses that
Special Report: Air pollution is behind one in every 10 deaths in NZ. What are we going to do about it?
Nicky Hager says at the peak moment in the standoff over nuclear ship visits, a key minister shared top secret papers with him
Our investigation into influence takes us to the battleground electorate of Ilam
Decisions on the vulnerable East Coast have it at a catastrophic turning point.