Crime & Justice
The national average is 29%.
The man will appear in the Nelson District Court next Monday.
Around 250,000 children, young people and vulnerable adults were abused in care from 1950 to 2019.
This helps close a loophole that saw many victims go without justice.
Destiny Church leader Brian Tamaki has pleaded not guilty.
Police have charged a man over the Saturday night party which breached alert level 3 restrictions.
Destiny Church leader Brian Tamaki appeared in court today over an anti-lockdown protest.
The Counter-Terrorism legislation bill has passed its final reading today.
The statement was made after Ahamed Aathil Mohamed Samsudeen was publicly identified.
The attack happened at a West Auckland shopping mall yesterday afternoon.
The Prime Minister says a terrorist was responsible for the attack on multiple people.
Protectors at Pūtiki Bay on Waiheke Island say police action to evict them is unlawful and unfair
Here are the stories of four survivors.
40 percent of women with disabilities report physical violence from an intimate partner.
In case you missed it, last week Re: brought you a whole week of content dedicated to drugs.
The third annual New Zealand Crime and Victims Survey was released today. Here's what it said.
A drug dealer shares the story of why he started importing and how he got busted.
Portugal decriminalised all drugs in 2001. Could the same work here?
A surprising number of students are getting refunds from their drug dealers after buying "MDMA"
In NZ, 35 people were arrested and over 900 charges were laid against senior members gang members.
The new model means a person must do or say something to affirm consent before sex occurs. In New Zealand, laws governing consent only stipulate when…
The Government department responsible for prisons says it will stop restraining women in labour or past 30 weeks pregnant. It also promises to stop handcuffing prisoners…
The Government has taken the first step towards changing New Zealand’s anti-terrorism laws.
Poverty, disability and sexuality are all factors that contribute to Māori being more likely to be victims of crime than non-Māori, a new study by the…
The Let Us Live rally took place on Wednesday night in Wellington.
Organised by advocacy group Wellington Alliance Against Sexual Violence, hundreds gathered at Courtenay Place to…
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) are setting up shop in New Zealand. With the continual growing popularity of Class A drugs like methamphetamine amongst Kiwis, combined…
New research finds a link between police shootings and mental health related events
What does a ‘zero tolerance’ policy for sexual assault in bars look like in practice?
What are the legal ramifications of online justice, both for those who post and the accused?
Associate Professor Khylee Quince (Te Roroa, Ngāti Porou) is a straight talker who doesn't deviate from the facts when it comes to the New Zealand justice…