With the devastation of Cyclone Gabrielle fresh in mind, half of Kiwi expect to be displaced from their homes in the next 25 years
The first authoritative NZ research reveals the heartbreaking impact of the illness on patients’ lives
The 2023 election is the story of a collapse for Labour but also underperformance for National, with three minor parties excelling
More of those surveyed in a recent poll opposed Māori wards, co-governance and the Māori Health Authority than supported them
While Labour's collapse occurred virtually everywhere, National's big win was enabled by an over-performance in Auckland.
Never-before-seen data obtained by Newsroom tells a grim tale of a health system under immense pressure
Special Report: Air pollution is behind one in every 10 deaths in NZ. What are we going to do about it?
National used figures from as far back as 2015 without adjusting for increased costs since then
Newly-released data shows greenhouse gas emissions continued to fall through 2022, suggesting NZ has passed peak climate pollution.
A survey of 2000 Kiwis' attitudes towards misinformation has found a worrying number see violence as acceptable to achieve change
NZers are more concerned about climate change than elsewhere, but less willing to take effective actions to fight it
National's agricultural emissions policy is unlikely to meet current climate targets, so the party wants to weaken them.