New Zealand's prison population is ballooning, and no politician seems to have any good plan to stop it – except Labour deputy leader Kelvin Davis, writes Di White.
As New Zealand's prison population passes 10,000 for the first time, the abysmal failure of NZ's imprisonment culture must be confronted. Ahead of a hui in Wellington tonight, Di White argues for a new approach
New Zealand 17-year-olds can't vote, buy alcohol, gamble or marry. So why are they treated as adults once they're arrested, asks Di White.
On the second anniversary of her migration to the Lucky Country, Di White is moved to tears by Chasing Asylum, an acclaimed new film about Australian refugee policy.
Opinion: the minister’s tough-on-crime agenda is at odds with much of the wider direction on justice and corrections, writes Di White.