New Zealanders want voluntary euthanasia. When can they get it and who qualifies?
Dire economic conditions mean welfare numbers have peaked at historic levels.
Over the next week we could see Covid-19 eliminated entirely, expert says.
The Covid crisis has had a silver lining: Nearly every rough sleeper has been housed.
Behind closed doors, scientists are raising alarm about the gaps in NZ's system.
"At this point, we cannot rule out a risk of community transmission."
Kiwis drink three standard drinks - or three mid-strength beers - a day on average.
Oranga Tamariki 'courageous' for revealing extent of abuse, commissioner says.
Law change would make it easier for trans people to change sex on their birth certificate.
Meth-related offending has now overtaken cannabis in New Zealand.
Further temperature records could tumble in the South Island this week, say forecasters.
The shift towards developers comes as the wait list for social housing nears 12,000.
A family finally has access to legal, medical cannabis. But the costs are crippling.
"Target of zero deaths is audacious, and it's also been successful," Health Minister says.
English and Ardern have clashed over housing, immigration and tax in first debate.