Katie Bradford

03:48
Labour used its election year conference to unveil some more housing policy.

'We will close the loophole' - Andrew Little promises crackdown on property speculators

Labour leader Andrew Little has made the vow in his keynote speech.

01:02
Immigration is not about race - Labour MP Grant Robertson tells party congress.

Immigration is not about race - Labour MP Grant Robertson tells party congress

"Anyone who makes it about immigrants, or indeed about their race, must be called out."

02:03
A pop music expert today told the Wellington court the song at the centre of the case is itself not an original.

Rap music definition discussed in last day of Eminem vs National legal battle

"It's more like a spoken word rhyming, done in a staccato manner," says prosecuting lawyer Garry Williams.

05:21
An inquiry into the contamination found authorities failed to adhere to high standards of care.

Effects from last year's Havelock North water contamination 'still being strongly felt' – Katie Bradford

An inquiry into the contamination found authorities failed to adhere to high standards of care.

01:59
More than 5000 people were struck down from last August's e-coli contamination.

Havelock North water contamination inquiry finds authorities failed to adhere to high standards of care

More than 5000 people fell ill when the town's water supply became contaminated.

02:12
Act MP David Seymour, and others, are calling for blasphemy libel laws to be scrapped.

'It's bad to have a law that we're probably all breaking just about every God damn day' - MP

Act MP David Seymour and others are calling for blasphemy libel laws to be scrapped.

00:52
The figure was revealed in the court case taken by the rapper's company against National.

Court hears early versions of National Party ad accused of sounding like Eminem's Lose Yourself

Court hears early versions of ad featuring voiceovers from John Key and Paula Bennett.

00:50
Health Minister Johnathan Coleman says cases of mental health issues are rising and more needs to be done.

More funding for mental health coming in Budget as Health Minister acknowledges 'more needs to be done'

Jonathan Coleman is promising big changes to the way mental health is dealt with.

00:52
The figure was revealed in the court case taken by the rapper's company against National.

'We were told there were no copyright issues' - former campaign director tells court in Eminem v National legal battle

National paid almost $5,000 for a song used in its 2014 election campaign, a court has heard.

02:17
Eight Mile Style has taken the National Party to court over the use of a song in its 2014 election campaign.

National 'absolutely knew there were going to be copyright issues' over campaign ad similar to Eminem song - lawyer

The National Party is in court over the use of a song in its 2014 election campaign.

02:22
Cancer patients who are supposed to be subsidised when travelling to receive their treatment say they're not getting a fair deal.

Government's travel assistance policy confusing and unfair, say cancer patients

"I'd like them to step up, especially for the elderly people and people on their own."

02:36
The "People's Report" describes a system in crisis and is due to be released this week.

Group aims to crowd-source their own mental health inquiry after government says no

The "People's Report" describes a system in crisis and is due to be released this week.

02:12
The tourism hot-spot is now the most unaffordable city to buy a house, and a rental shortage is compounding the problem.

Queenstown to hike rates for those renting out homes to visitors

The tourism hot-spot is now the most unaffordable city to buy a house, and a rental shortage is compounding the problem.

02:08
There are concerns for those relying on Auckland motels for emergency housing as two big sporting events are set to kick-off in the city.

Lions tour, World Masters Games predicted to push families out of emergency motel housing

About 370 families a week rely on motels for emergency housing in Auckland.

00:24
The Minister has demanded more information about how one non-government organisation could see the client data of another NGO.

'This is simply not good enough' - Anne Tolley furious over potential privacy breach at ministry

The Ministry of Social Development has discovered a technical issue with its system.

02:38
An inquiry has been ruled out into claims made against the SAS in Afghanistan in the 'Hit & Run' book.

Nicky Hager hits back after Bill English rules out inquiry into SAS raid in Afghanistan

An inquiry has been ruled out into claims made against the SAS in Afghanistan in the 'Hit & Run' book.

00:36
Lt. Gen. Tim Keating says he is satisfied that SAS troops were not involved in civilian deaths claimed in the Hit and Run book.

Defence Force has location of raid completely wrong, says lawyer for Afghan villagers

The say calling it a village is like saying, "Otago city" or "Waitakere village".

01:16
Lawrence Yule has a new free solution for residents who are paying thousands to combat the taste of chlorinated water.

Inquiry into Havelock North water contamination saga delayed

The gastro outbreak affected over 5000 people and led to the town's water supply being chlorinated.

Record number of migrants flock to New Zealand

The numbers on work visas also continue to climb.

08:53
Some drivers are getting hit with a court summons and demerit points, as Seven Sharp explains.

Uber, taxi drivers will get passenger licences easier, cheaper, faster under law change

Drivers will no longer have to take English language tests or pass the 'Knowledge' test.

00:32
Dame Linda Holloway, chair of the Abortion Supervisory Committee, says laws are outdated and in some parts offensive.

People with 'limited mental capacity' described as 'subnormal' in abortion laws

"Forty years is a long time for legislation not be updated," said Dame Linda Holloway .

02:03
People dealing with the government's tax credit system, known as Working for Families, say it needs to change.

'It's just so badly designed and inappropriate for the 21st century' - call for change to tax credit system

People dealing with the government's tax credit system, known as Working for Families, say it needs to change.

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