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Newsroom’s reporters assess how the Labour-led coalition has performed, policy by policy, as it hits its six month mark in office.
Footage obtained by Newsroom shows Young Labour supporters drinking and partying at the summer camp now plagued by sexual assault allegations.
Newsroom today launches a dedicated section for women’s sport - LockerRoom - to drive greater coverage of individual and team competitions here and overseas.
Yesterday Newsroom.co.nz marked a year since our launch as an independent, quality news site for NZ.
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Law firm Russell McVeagh had a QC write to Newsroom over our coverage of sexual assault allegations on its summer clerk programme. Here is the text.
Winston Peters has finally filed his own affidavit with the High Court, confirming he intends to sue those responsible for leaking his superannuation overpayment details.
Brad Gordon of Hobson Wealth Partners talks to Mark Jennings about whether the NZ share market can continue its strong run into 2018.
Bill English, three of his ministers, his former chief of staff and a party official have told the High Court they oppose Winston Peters’ legal action.
Newsroom, led by investigations editor Melanie Reid, last night won the coveted award for Best Current Affairs story at the New Zealand TV Awards.
Baz Macdonald has won the Bruce Jesson Emerging Journalism Award for his study of welfare’s struggle with modern relationships.
Rolling heads, spluttering interviews and a turquoise nightmare: Newsroom looks back on the highs and lows of the 2017 election campaign.
Election day is almost here. Browse our gallery and recall some of the stops on the road to the Beehive.
NZ First’s Winston Peters was joined by RNZ’s Guyon Espiner for what turned out to be a heated and revelatory discussion.
National Party President Peter Goodfellow says Chinese-born list MP Jian Yang told the party about his decade of training at two military intelligence institutions.
Jian Yang confirms attending spy schools in China after being asked in Chinese about his education there.
Leading national law firm Bell Gully has become Newsroom’s latest foundation supporter.
Newsroom’s Melanie Reid talks to RadioLIVE about the Family Court’s use of police to uplift children in parental disputes.