No pay in NZ still better than life overseas
Reporter Teuila Fuatai speaks to migrant worker Lino Viloria about allegations of illegal labour practices and exploitation.
Big stories and big repercussions
Newsroom’s second year was as big as its first. Here we review our major investigative stories and the fallout and accountability resulting from them.
Appeal Court finds Hamilton real estate agents fixed prices
The Court of Appeal has overturned an earlier ruling, finding some Hamilton real estate agents colluded with their rivals to fix prices.
Lawyers furious after u-turn on heritage sale
Auckland District Law Society members are angry the organisation has accepted an offer for the sale of its historic Chancery Chambers building just three months after they voted against any such sale.
Troubled NBR threatens to sue Newsroom
The troubled business newspaper and its publisher demand Newsroom remove an article on its dispute with Steven Joyce and apologise.
Draining the swamp kauri swamp
A Supreme Court judgment says exporting rough sawn slabs of indigenous timber and lightly carved logs is illegal.
Former Nazi SS camp guard goes on trial
A 94-year-old former SS enlisted man went on trial this week in Germany, facing hundreds of counts of accessory to murder.
Prison transfer prompts human rights row
Video footage shows Arthur Taylor being forcibly removed from prison while unconscious, a position strongly denied by Corrections.