The Herald found just 14 landlords have been given the toughest sanction in 10 years.
One mother drove from Te Awamutu to donate gifts to the Auckland City Mission.
The findings or even the existence of a bullying report have never been made public.
The Government says a six-year cut-off for complaints against the state could be scrapped.
Latest challenge by parent carers of disabled to be recognised and adequately compensated.
The Catholic Church was in the spotlight this week at hearings held in Auckland.
Ann-Marie Shelley criticised senior church leaders at abuse inquiry hearing.
Govt needs to lift benefits and build more houses, Children's Commissioner says.
'Mr F', now 81, says he and his son were abused at Catholic schools 30 years apart.
The victim's only wish was for his abusers' portraits to be removed from the school walls
Frances Tagaloa also spoke of the difficulties for Pacific victims in seeking justice.
Can Kelvin Davis rebuild Māori trust in Oranga Tamariki?
And the Royal Commission of Inquiry's interview with the terrorist will never be released.
Davis is still refusing to publicly back his ministry's chief executive, Grainne Moss.
Grainne Moss insists she's committed to the agency to make change.
There are no new community cases today.