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Pandora Papers: Moldovan oligarch used NZ trust to hold $180m in assets offshore
The Herald identified dozens of wealthy foreigners who held assets in NZ foreign trusts.
Have your Facebook details been hacked? Find out here
Over 67,000 New Zealanders have been caught up in a massive global data hack.
Live: Child poverty slightly decreasing, but impacts not shared equally
Māori, Pasifika and households with disabled children lag behind in poverty measures.
Revealed: The landlords who have restraining orders against them
The Herald found just 14 landlords have been given the toughest sanction in 10 years.
Interactive: Special votes are in - see what Parliament looks like now
Special votes have been counted - what will parliament look like?
How NZ's new Parliament looks - full party, electorate vote data
How is the next government going to look? Check results for each electorate and the nation
Are you really voting for the party best for you? Test your vote with our policy interactive
Use our interactive tool to check the policies you support match where your vote will go.
Covid-19 coronavirus: Data shows level 3 holding firm in Auckland
Level 3 is holding firm in Auckland, according to new cell tower data
Interactive: See how Budget 2020 shatters previous forecasts
See how Budget 2020 shatters the forecasts of the previous budgets.
Interactive: Explore the new spending in Budget 2020
Explore Budget 2020 for yourself with our interactive data visualisation.
Next-level interactive: The cellphone data that reveals our lockdown movements
Interactive tool showing the movement of people across the country as we exit lockdown.
Interactive: Building boom in NZ - where is it happening?
New building consents reached a 45-year peak last year. Where were they being built?
Interactive: Do Kiwis choose to live in racially diverse neighbourhoods?
Kiwis see themselves as welcoming diversity, but what does it look like in practice?
Hong Kong protests: Black ops, violence - and singing your own song
New anthem brings protesters together; pro-government black ops on the rise
Best of 2019: Property speculators made $1000 a day during boom
They were some of the bogeymen of the boom years. But what did house flippers really do?
Keith Ng in Hong Kong: Police losing control of protests
Hong Kong Police lose control as public anger mounts
Sandwiches and barricades: Herald journalist reports from Hong Kong protests
Protest in Hong Kong hit turning point as government tries to contain leaderless movement.
Interactive: Auckland rentals more expensive in South and North, cheaper in East
New rentals are more expensive in South Auckland and the North Shore.
Interactive: Watch the three critical minutes in NZSAS Afghanistan raid
New US info sheds lights into critical minutes of Operation Burnham.
Dragons and Dictatorships: A political scientist explains Game of Thrones
Interview with Xavier Marquez on dictatorships and legitimacy in Game of Thrones.
Explore: How much tax do property investors really pay?
Landlords claim they already pay their fair share of tax, but how much do they really pay?