Long read: Meth-testing’s ‘wild west’
In part two of a deep dive into the businesses and the people behind the meth-testing debacle, Branko Marcetic speaks to some players in the ‘multi-layered’ failure.
Long read: 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.
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.
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.
Millionaire funder still backs Ray Avery
Millionaire investor Malcolm Dick donated $100,000 towards Ray Avery’s LifePod baby incubators to go to Fiji and remains supportive of the project.
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.
Kiwi reveals firm’s treatment of migrants
One small broadband company’s treatment of its migrant workers is a case study of problems being investigated by government officials.
Law firm faces new sex claims
Newsroom talks exclusively to Khylee Quince who has revealed new details of historical sexual misconduct at Russell McVeagh.