The foxes in charge of the meth house
Newsroom takes a detailed look at the companies running the flawed meth-testing regimes in NZ, and what the people behind them are doing now.
Law firm faces new sex claims
Newsroom talks exclusively to Khylee Quince who has revealed new details of historical sexual misconduct at Russell McVeagh.
Jami-Lee Ross: Four women speak out
Melanie Reid has talked to a number of people who have given detailed accounts of their close working and personal relationships with Jami-Lee Ross.
Maxwell stood down as bullying investigated
The Retirement Commissioner has been asked to immediately take leave while bullying claims are investigated.
Fire union’s elections face challenge
The national firefighters’ union has taken the extraordinary step of passing a resolution rejecting all complaints from its members over bullying by union officials or over its accounts and meetings.
Death by 1000 cuts: Working for Jami-Lee Ross
Two more women outline their working hell - and ongoing fears - after life working for Jami-Lee Ross.
MPs concerned about ‘digital harm’ complaint
Politicians have expressed concern about a digital harm complaint laid against Newsroom for its news coverage of Sir Ray Avery.
Legal threat to suppress clinical study
Sir Ray Avery tried to suppress publication of a clinical study carried out at Auckland Hospital showing that an intravenous drip controller he was promoting didn’t work as well as expected.