Over half of psychologists have scrapped their waiting lists because they are too long

A new survey shows clinical psychologists in private practice can’t keep up.

Health care structures entrenching poor outcomes for Pasifika must change, new report finds

The Bula Sautu report, released this week, looked at the persistent inequities in Pasifika health.

“Dreams come with a price tag”: South Auckland students on picking a career path

Which young people in Aotearoa have the freedom to pursue careers in the arts?

Māori are more likely to be victims of crime, a study confirms

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…

Dilworth School saved my life, but harmed many others

Liam Rātana on how the place that saved him may also have damaged other young men for life.

Pasifika teens sacrificing education for survival is not new

Choosing between school and work to support your family is common for Pasifika children.

Missing out as others buy groceries to feed 10 million

As New Zealand escalates its response to Covid-19, panic-buying at supermarkets continues to cause problems. Last week, Countdown reported it sold enough food to feed 10…

Māori babies are 5x more likely to be taken into state care

A new report by the Children's Commissioner has found that in 2019, Māori babies aged 0-3 months were taken into state care at 5x the rate…