Jeanne Denham worked with the Whale Oil blog to try and bring down the then-principal of Kristin School.
Justice Ian Binnie slams the handling of David Bain's murder case as 'deficient' and 'unfair'.
It comes days after Chancellor Angela Merkel dropped her opposition vote.
The PM says we need to new ways to address the problem.
It's hoped that a landmark win in Australia will speed up the process in New Zealand.
A journalist was allegedly sent a strobing image in an attempt to cause an epileptic seizure.
The Ganges has been granted the same legal rights as humans.
It comes as a treaty settlement bill was passed on Wednesday afternoon.
He says current abortion laws have led to a "breakdown in society".
The Police Commissioner says hate crimes are on the rise and they will consider new laws to tackle this.
She'll be blinded in one eye after her victim was left sightless.
Supporters say it's "traditional Russian family culture".
Businesses can protect themselves by taking a few simple steps when debtors go bust, says Prof Michael Gedye.
Four police officers have been acquitted after being charged with assaulting a man who later died.
Former Conservative Party leader Colin Craig's copyright lawsuit has been thrown out by a judge who said it was "vexatious" and a "waste of the court's time".
A Christchurch man will spend 10 weeks in prison for pointing a laser at a landing aircraft.