A series of cases in the Court of Appeal could bring the war on drugs another step closer to its end
The long-running and expensive legal spat arrived at NZ's highest court this week. What happened?
Reporters are routinely criticised as part of the problem in perceptions of crime, justice and the prison system. So what angles would they take at the government's much heralded summit?
Asher Emanuel heads along to the Supreme Court to watch as Arthur Taylor takes the virtual stand to argue that prisoners should be entitled to cast ballots
When GJ Thompson took leave from his lobbying firm to act as the prime minister's chief of staff, he remained a director of the firm and his profile stayed in prime position on its website. How serious is the appearance of a conflict of interest?
Neale Jones and Jenna Raeburn are partisan lobbyists, doing their clients' bidding at opposing ends of the political divide. But they have a surprising amount in common.
A week-long case has come to an end with a mixed bag of a verdict from the jury. Observing in the Wellington High Court, Asher Emanuel was left wondering why it was happening at all
A 1976 judgment from New Zealand involving PM Muldoon and a public servant has a cameo role in the English High Court ruling that the prime minister, Theresa May, cannot bypass parliament in triggering the UK exit from the EU.