Life in prison for double murderer
Twice he stalked, raped and murdered. Today he begins possibly his last term of imprisonment. David Williams reports.
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.
Should Australia take home its terrorist?
How likely is it Australia would willingly accept responsibility – practically and morally – for what it may have exported here, Finlay Macdonald asks.
How should media report the trial?
News that the Christchurch terror accused plans to represent himself in court has raised questions over how how media should report on the trial.
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
Te reo in the courts and ‘language trauma’
As the use of te reo in the justice system rises, how might it affect Māori disconnected from their language?
Illegal heli landings continue
DOC isn’t enforcing helicopter limits on a remote Fiordland glacier, nine months after a scathing Ombudsman report.
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.