Egg farmer charged with duping consumers
A West Auckland egg farmer has been charged with illegally selling millions of cage eggs as free range eggs.
Ray, Whaleoil and exposing an expose
The controversial blogger Whaleoil is taking up the cause of LifePod developer Sir Ray Avery - sending Newsroom a email about jihads, hit-jobs and ethics.
Eden Park’s concert costs questioned
Eden Park residents have emerged victorious from a bruising battle with the stadium’s trust board over a concert promoted as a way of fundraising $4 million.
Sam Morgan details dealings with Ray Avery
Sam Morgan has confirmed he gave significant money to enterprises run by Ray Avery, but would not do so again.
Law firm faces new sex claims
Newsroom talks exclusively to Khylee Quince who has revealed new details of historical sexual misconduct at Russell McVeagh.
Apartment block where the waters meet
An approved three-storey apartment block at 82 Richmond St in Thames could - under certain conditions - flood after 0.8m of sea level rise.
What will happen when the seas rise?
King tides, storm surges and rogue waves are already reaching deeper into NZ and these floods will get worse
Drowning dreams: A 167-lot subdivision
A 167-lot subdivision on the Purangi Estuary at Cooks Beach is going ahead despite advice it could be flooded after 2m of sea level rise.