The School Strike 4 Climate has been widened to a general nationwide strike. Thousands of New Zealanders are expected to skip work and classes tomorrow. What’s going on, and where?
An investigation has been launched after an epileptic inmate was left in a soiled cell following a seizure over the weekend.
In our latest local elections 2019 race briefing (read the rest here), Don Rowe looks at the two horse race to control the tourism capital of New Zealand.
Freedom camping, public transport and affordable housing are challenges Queenstown's Mayor Jim Boult says he’s uniquely poised to solve – if only people would do what they’re told.
In these days of alienation, singletons need all the help they can get. But who is doing love right? Only the hottest couple in Fountain Lakes.
After more than 40 years the war on drugs has had brutal consequences for justice in New Zealand. The movement to end the war is gathering momentum.
TaiTokerau Rugby League is a breakaway competition aiming to bring power back to the people in the Far North. But under the lead of CEO Hone Harawira, it's not without its critics. Don Rowe reports.
A 'health based' approach to drug enforcement has been written into law after the passage of the Misuse of Drugs Act Amendment Bill.
The terrorist who killed 20 people in El Paso over the weekend claimed direct inspiration from the Christchurch mosque shootings. Don Rowe explores how our darkest day became an aspirational target for the far right.
After months of protest, the last occupants were moved off Ihumātao in south Auckland by police this afternoon. Don Rowe reports.
Landlords are finding themselves without management after property managers began dropping clients who won't insulate, reports Don Rowe.
The Black Caps' World Cup loss at Lord's this morning has much of the country feeling pretty shit. From massage to mindfulness, here are five ways to feel just a tiny bit better.
Immediately following the Christchurch Mosque Shootings the National Telehealth Service expanded by 120 staff to counsel more than 800 New Zealanders by phone. Don Rowe visits to learn how they did it.