Fiji resort charges ‘too little, too late’
Fiji has suddenly decided to throw the book at a Chinese resort developer who has desecrated part of a popular island without environmental permits.
Fiji govt to prosecute Chinese developer
Fiji’s government will prosecute resort developer for environmental damage on the island of Malolo which was revealed publicly yesterday by Newsroom.
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.
Law firm faces new sex claims
Newsroom talks exclusively to Khylee Quince who has revealed new details of historical sexual misconduct at Russell McVeagh.
Safety blindspot puts tourists in danger
A Newsroom investigation raises questions about WorkSafe’s decision not to investigate a US tourist’s death.
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.
QC appointed to head Maxwell inquiry
An employment law specialist will investigate whether the Retirement Commissioner bullied her staff.
Maxwell stood down as bullying investigated
The Retirement Commissioner has been asked to immediately take leave while bullying claims are investigated.