The man responsible for the murder of 51 people in a Christchurch mosque has been sentenced to life with no possibility of parole – the first sentence of its kind in NZ.
The victims and families of those who died in the Christchurch mosque shootings tell their stories.
People too traumatised by the Christchurch mosque attacks to work want to know why Victim Support is holding onto millions donated to the city's Muslim community while they struggle, write Veronica Schmidt and Max Towle for RNZ.
Reports broke this morning that a New Zealand Red Cross nurse had been captured by ISIS militants in Syria in 2013, and she had been held in captivity ever since.
The Tax Working Group's recommendations on changes to the New Zealand tax system have been released. These are the main recommendations, according to RNZ.
It's supposed to be a shared path, but the Northwestern Cycleway has been deemed too dangerous for a local school's walking bus, reports Rowan Quinn for Radio NZ.
An ex-colleague Linda Astor, who tricked her way to becoming the head of clinical psychiatry at Nelson-Marlborough Health, has spoken out for the first time about working with the fake psychiatrist.
This week British PM Theresa May thought she'd finally come up with a Brexit deal that her own MPs would accept. Things didn't quite turn out that way.
Skeletons in the Cupboard, a documentary that includes the claim seven foot tall, red-headed Celts built complex astrological stone monuments before Māori arrived in Aotearoa
The debate over the danger of methamphetamine contamination was settled once and for all last week. But how did we get to that point at all?
This week the government announced a mass cull in an attempt to rid New Zealand of Mycoplasma bovis. Via RNZ, an explainer on how we ended up here On Monday, the â€¦
The role of the speaker and the schoolyard scrap of Question Time are in the news as Paula Bennett and Gerry Brownlee square up against Trevor Mallard. What's it all about? Chris Bramwell of RNZ explains
Studies show high levels of racial bias and discrimination in schools continues to disadvantage Māori and Pasifika children. Some say a new initiative has already yielded results but isn't getting the support it needs.
Could media report on slurs designed to do damage without amplifying the effect of them and playing into the hands of the rumour-mongers?