Mitchell Alexander explains the most Kiwi part of New Zealand's lawmaking.
The National leader says the police minister is making promises his party won't fulfill.
The FBI seized Backpage.com on Friday and it's already making sex workers' lives harder.
Sir Geoffrey Palmer says "western democracy is in considerable peril" and that a New Zealand republic is essential.
The musician and NRA board member also accused them of having "no souls".
The Washington rally was organised by teen activists after last month's school shooting.
It comes after yet another awful case in Auckland - a four-month-old with 16 fractures.
The law influenced the decision not to prosecute over the CTV building collapse.
The curious case of the discarded $30,000 tests human nature and the law.
Elvis' daughter inherited $100 million in 1993, but says she has just $14,000 left.
"If you provide a valid medical certificate, it's very difficult for an employer to look behind it."
They say it's discriminatory that men can be shirtless, but women can't.
A new online platform that helps Kiwis access specialist lawyers has just been launched.