If the Otago University proctor won't respect students' private property rights, students may have to take matters into their own hands, writes Otago law professor Andrew Geddis.
Otago University Dave Scott, a former police officer, appears to be making a habit of entering private property and removing inhabitants' possessions, reports Critic editor Joel MacManus.
A controversial speech by a school principal who said students skipping school are more likely to get raped speaks to a failure to understand the complex issues teenagers face, writes Jared Ipsen
As we celebrate Suffrage 125, let us not forget that just as disabled people were excluded in 1893, many continue to feel excluded from society today.
Monday night saw an unprecedented, large-scale census of Auckland's homeless population undertaken. Toby Manhire went out counting, with about 700 others
Low-cost bus company Nakedbus shut down this July to the disappointment of students, non-drivers and people who needed to travel for cheap all over New Zealand.
Anti-1080 activism has exploded in popularity and intensity in the last few months. Hayden Donnell goes down the rabbit hole to find out what’s behind the movement’s rise.
London-based Elle Hunt, along with just about every New Zealander living and working overseas, is routinely asked if and when she might return home.
Last week Terri Friesen saw her wrongful conviction quashed. Here law student Kelly Phillips recounts her crusade for exoneration, one which began when she saw an episode of I Am Innocent
From Destiny Church and Israel Folau, to splinter groups opposing the Anglican Church's acceptance of same-sex marriages, bigotry against New Zealand's LGBTQ community is still well and truly alive.
Victoria University has this week been shown to award significantly more C and D grades to its law students than the Universities of Auckland and Otago. But does it matter?
Housing First is designed to get the most vulnerable homeless people into stable accommodation irrespective of mental or physical wellbeing or any history of substance abuse
Listen to Alex Casey, Leonie Hayden and Michele A’Court tackle the past month in women, news and popular culture, with thanks to our friends at The Women’s Bookshop.
Jacinda Ardern flies to Nauru this week for the Pacific Islands Forum, and the host is already making headlines way beyond the official agenda