Playing games with the lives of rape victims should be a step too far for any party.
Half of us say we've been paid less for doing the exact same job as another person.
'The lesson for me was that resorting to violence wasn't going to change anything.'
She said after a male staffer touched her bottom she was left in a 'state of panic'.
University at centre of stalking scandal has "flawed" thinking on harassment, experts say.
'They're not young, not beautiful, not tragic. They're the stories we forget all the time'
'We'll end up looking like we did in the 1950s ... where the breadwinner was the guy.'
Good Group says pandemic has decimated business, and it kept as many staffers as it could.
"We are all looking forward to welcoming our students through our school gates."
Waitematā District Health Board launched an investigation after its first Covid-19 case.
The refusal follows well-documented issues with public health's ability to track cases.
In April, more than 1000 people a day went on to a main benefit, with the worst to come.
Lockdown brings an increased probability that children will take additional risks online.
Homicide victim Tania Hadley's neighbour desperately tried to save the Auckland woman.
'Fly high our angel, thank you for all you did for us'
A new report on family violence deaths shifts the focus to the behaviour of men.
'Demonising men who use violence hasn't worked ... we need to do things differently.'
They work in jobs long undervalued and underpaid, but made up the bulk of our frontline.
The Government has allocated an extra $55 million to rapidly scale up contact tracing.
Behind closed doors, scientists are raising alarm about the gaps in NZ's system.
Some New Zealanders are increasingly envious of Australia's looser lockdown - is it right?
Agencies seek creative ways to help those trapped at home with an abuser amid Covid-19.
The stag party is currently the fourth biggest cluster of Covid 19 cases in New Zealand.
Lockdown creates the perfect conditions for enabling abusers but silencing victims.
Clusters have increasingly become the centre of the New Zealand coronavirus epidemic.
Clusters have become central to New Zealand's pandemic, with half of all new cases linked.
A pub, a St Patrick's Day party and a highly contagious virus. What could go wrong?
With the advent of vaccines, epidemics have faded from memory. But we've been here before.
Obstetrician and gynaecologist Dr Michelle Wise to take questions about birth and Covid 19
It's the largest cluster of Covid-19 cases in NZ. What happened at Marist College?
For victims of domestic violence and their children, the lockdown poses an extra risk.
"It was nerve-wracking... there's people everywhere with hand sanitiser and wearing masks"
The lockdown is hard enough - but how does it feel if you're one of those most at-risk?
The parishioner's settlement includes changes to church process and $100,000.
Could the obsession with big, manly cars stop us meeting our climate change commitments?
"It's kind of like, oh well, your life doesn't matter."
COMMENT: Pace of change for gender equality is glacial, and yet we're told to be grateful.
Geoffrey Rice is an expert on the 1918 flu, and says lessons learned then can help now.
Welfare minister Carmel Sepuloni tells her emergency surgery story for the first time.