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Minister Kris Faafoi has repeatedly turned down interviews to explain 'misinformation.'
New board chairman says issues stemmed from policies, systems and people.
OPINION: Until now, bullying within the legal profession has been largely sidelined.
Kris Jenner was accused of groping a staffer and making racist and homophobic remarks.
A total of 725 girls, aged between 12 and 18, took part in the first survey of its kind.
Facing bullying allegations, non-profit claims harassment from anonymous sources.
Principal reveals the reason behind most of the fights.
As police investigate Westlake Girls School online threats, experts give parents advice.
Lora Sutalo noticed something wasn't right when her son came home from school last week.
Parents were told he was on leave a week ago and notified of his resignation Thursday.
Distribution of explicit images of unsuspecting teens by their peers is rampant in Otago.
Multiple students concerned over posts relating to Auckland's Carlaw Park Student Village.
Reference fields in bank transfers being used to send 2000 abusive messages per month.
A bomb scare has seen a school at the centre of bullying claims close its doors today.
Will this go to the Supreme Court? Crazier things have happened.
The alleged complaints of bullying spanned several years.
'You can keep coming at me, it's not going to change anything.'
The Funeral Directors Association looks at claims of 'dodgy' directors, calls for evidence
The review of allegations will stretch back three years.
New Zealand's funeral industry is 'a mess' and staff are calling on the Government to act.
Former employees say manager created toxic and stressful working environment.
AUT head Derek McCormack has apologised but will not resign.
Melania's cyberbullying campaign, in light of her and Trump's legacy, has been savaged.
The findings or even the existence of a bullying report have never been made public.
Police leadership says the survey's findings are a concern and must be addressed.
The chief executive described the review as 'sobering'.
97 people were interviewed, including current and former employees of Lyttelton Port Co.