NZ set to sign China FTA upgrade
After years of delay and fears of the worst, a deal could be signed as soon as this weekend.
Interpol involved in NZ aid sexual assault allegations
Investigations into alleged offending on aid project in Vanuatu find new “persons of interest” - including an NZ citizen.
Anxiety as Maxwell investigation again delayed
Inquiry into whether the Retirement Commissioner bullied staff has been extended again - without a new deadline.
Two mothers united by evil
Watch video interview: Melanie Reid talks to the mothers of two victims of Paul Wilson, united by horror and anger at how it could happen again.
‘Zero tolerance’: the law firm’s language of denial
An ex-Russell McVeagh lawyer with close knowledge of its handling of sexual assault complaints warns of the firm’s carefully worded public responses.
Safety blindspot puts tourists in danger
A Newsroom investigation raises questions about WorkSafe’s decision not to investigate a US tourist’s death.
Sexual misconduct alleged at boozy Labour Party camp
The Labour Party has been hit with claims that four young supporters were sexually assaulted at one of its annual ‘Summer School’ camps near Waihi last month.
Hidden cameras reveal milking shed beatings
Newsroom exclusive: A Northland sharemilker filmed hitting dairy cows with a steel pipe had previously been the subject of an MPI complaint.
The summer interns and the law firm
Something went badly wrong with the student law clerk programme at national law firm Russell McVeagh in Wellington over a recent summer.