Govt mulls law change after letter fiasco
After alleged Christchurch terrorist wrote to a supporter, Jacinda Ardern says our laws may need an update for the digital age.
Police investigate another Tarrant letter
Corrections has referred a letter written by the alleged Christchurch terrorist to police for further investigation.
‘No second chance’ to fix child welfare system
“We blew it, all of us,” the Children’s Commissioner says of earlier reforms - we cannot make that mistake again.
An unlucky country for kiwi-born criminals
Australia is lowering the criminal bar to send even more New Zealand-born residents home - to a place where they often have no support, and no job.
Māori resolute in calls for total justice reform
The problems are not new, but Māori say they can wait no longer for justice system reform.
Labour and NZ First send mixed messages
Depending on which coalition party you ask, the Government is either introducing a new way to fund community wellbeing or using the same funds to tackle organised crime.
Māori unite to declare ‘enough is enough’
A national hui has set a challenge to replace Oranga Tamariki with a new Maori-led model. Bonnie Sumner asks, where to from here?
A sense of injustice too large to fathom
There was an overwhelming feeling of history being made at the national hui yesterday which brought some of the biggest names in Maoridom together with whānau affected by Oranga Tamariki. Bonnie Sumner reports.