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The accused mosque shooter is unlikely to be able to use his court trial as a platform for his political views, criminal and media law scholars say.
Emergency workers who went to the mosque shootings say they'll never forget the scene of hatred and horror that confronted them.
Volunteers are gathering in Christchurch to help give mosque shooting victims dignity and respect in death. Kate Newton reports.
As Central Otago temperatures approached 30°C this week, Naseby forgot summer and focused on ice, as the World Curling Championships qualifiers transfixed the town.
From the Prime Minister's baby to the Jami-Lee Ross saga and a Thai cave rescue to a royal wedding - 2018 has been a busy year.
In an era of fake news and partisanship, society needs critical thinkers more than ever. So why are students increasingly turning away from the humanities? Kate Newton reports.
Axed over Christmas, told to be out by lunchtime - this is redundancy in NZ, where there's no mandatory notice period or compensation, and little support for those searching for new work.
More than 20 staff have laid formal complaints against a single store manager at a branch of The Warehouse, saying they feel bullied and demeaned.
Rotten floorboards, leaking showers, water running down internal walls: where do tenants turn when landlords fail them? Not the Tenancy Tribunal - in fact, often not anywhere. Kate Newton asks why.
A state house tenant was evicted from her home and stung for $20,000 over a now-discredited meth test and because she had a relative who "may" have been involved with drugs.
Boxer David Nyika was spurred to Commonwealth gold by the sound of a te reo song drowning out the Australian fan contingent. Video
Two days out from competition, diver Shaye Boddington is still pinching herself she's at the Commonwealth Games at all. Video
Weightlifter Laurel Hubbard's injury to her elbow from yesterday's Commonwealth Games final could be career-ending, she says. Video
Sophie Pascoe knows she is a marked woman going into the Tokyo Olympics.
Sophie Pascoe was 'pissed off' with a relatively slow race to claim her first Commonwealth Games gold, her coach says. Video
Sophie Pascoe has called her first gold medal of these Commonwealth Games 'bittersweet', despite finishing two body-lengths ahead of her nearest rival.
New Zealand swimmer Lewis Clareburt took four seconds off his personal best to win a bronze medal in the 400m individual medley at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
A decision to perform a vault he had not done in competition for two years has paid off for New Zealand men's gymnastics veteran Mikhail Koudinov.
Collisions with the lane ropes or even other swimmers are a possibility when the Commonwealth Games pool events begin tomorrow, with backstrokers struggling to swim straight at the outdoor venue. Video
A decision about whether to sanction any team or athlete over syringes found at the Commonwealth Games is expected later this afternoon. Video
On a seven-hectare site north of the Gold Coast lies a modern Mount Olympus. Kate Newton visits.
Property managers are struggling to convince some landlords to carry out even basic maintenance, despite skyrocketing rents in Auckland, a study shows.
Bodies "broken" from high-impact gymnastic and athletic careers, Alethea Boon and Andrea Hams thought their sporting careers were over in their twenties.
Para-swimmer Jesse Reynolds has been chasing down his personal best in the build-up to the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Kate Newton finds out how. Video
How do Eliza McCartney and her fellow pole vaulters propel themselves nearly five metres into the air, weakling reporter Kate Newton wonders? Video