A bill gets rid of the country's top watchdog for young people, the Children's Commissioner, in favour of a new system.
World Triathlon is taking a less strict line than swimming’s governing body which effectively banned transgender athletes from international women’s competitions.
Flat Chats heads to a university flat in Canterbury every Wednesday to share some kai and have a kōrero about mental health.
Tania Dommet says single parents' experiences need to be listened to and their treatment needs to improve.
Dr Leilani Walker says more Māori and Pasifika would become academics if their identities weren't used within universities to "benefit other people".
Brianna Hihaki lost her home and turned to Work and Income for help in 2021.
A survey found two-thirds of students did not have enough money to pay for food, clothing and bills.
Megan Prentice's best friend Sophia Crestani died in an overcrowded flat party in 2019. Since then she's been fighting to make sure it never happens again.
The National leader is delivering a keynote address to party faithful in Christchurch.
The documentary, simply titled Gloriavale, follows one woman who still lives there and is challenging the leadership's direction.
The MDMB-5Br-INACA, or mystery white powder, is a new synthetic cannabinoid that is not related to cannabis.
Thanks to online fundraising platforms, gamers are playing Stray while streaming live for audiences to raise money for animal shelters and other cat-related charities.
168 Wellington 12-year-olds wore a body camera for four days to record the world around them.
The West Coast commune has been at the centre of accusations of sexual and physical abuse for decades.
The findings suggest only a third of carers are satisfied with their lives and a shocking 70% have high levels of depression or anxiety.
The Royal New Zealand Ballet production pushes the boundaries of the traditional fairy tale storyline.
It was the first test of voter sentiment after the US Supreme Court’s decision in June that overturned the constitutional right to abortion.
Some residents in the Christchurch suburb want the city council to pay to fix paint discolouration affecting their properties.
At the end of 2017, of those who asked for help, 108 said they lived in cars. However, last month saw 480 people living in their vehicles.
Ralph Bungard said most of the problems with over-consumption of alcohol were linked with low-priced alcohol, and he would like to see prices removed from alcohol advertisements.