Police turn to tech to solve pursuit problems
Police are starting research on how technology can help reduce harm in police chases.
‘That’s why you need journalism’
A weekend Q&A with Newsroom’s Melanie Reid on her big environmental story in Fiji, on power, and on journalism
Christchurch accused remanded until June
The alleged mosques shooter has appeared in the Christchurch High Court this morning. David Williams reports.
Muslim group: return $2m from Chinese
A Muslim women’s network wants a $2.1m donation from Chinese businessmen to go instead to fight Islamophobia against the Uighur population.
Should he have been released?
Watch Video interview with Parole Board chair: The families of two young women murdered by Paul Russell Wilson have slammed an independent review.
Calls for safeguards ahead of trial
The gunman plans to represent himself, increasing the chance of revictimisation for witnesses.
Time for gun lobby to stand aside
Two Otago researchers outline what must urgently happen to reform our gun laws.
How to protect yourself as a consumer
NZ has some strong consumer laws. Here’s a run-down of what you can do if the need arises, according to Associate Professor Alex Sims