He appeared in court on Wednesday.
The country united to beat COVID-19 and can do to tackle some of the other big issues facing New Zealanders writes Mark Longley.
After a year of toxic stress, now is a good time to reset.
One reason is you, like many others, might derive a strong sense of self from your work.
Police attend 90 percent of suicide calls and 45 percent of other mental health calls.
Singing in a group has been proven to make people feel better.
Artificial intelligence sorts data from workers to help employers see trends around wellbeing.
A researcher studying the plight of the homeless says she was "extremely shocked".
"It's up to all of us to ensure we reach out and support the young people in our lives."
Good news for people who like the finer things in life.
"Hair or no hair, I'm still worthy of happiness."
"If you fail a child right from the get-go, why would they turn to the health system as teenagers or adults at breaking point?"
"At the moment we have some of the worst suicide rates in the developed world. My goal is that we have the best."
The practice is controversial, and has been criticised by the United Nations Committee Against Torture.
"If you have an eating disorder, you are sick enough - regardless of what stage you're at."
A clinician says demand has increased four times since April.
"She didn't say a word the whole time, and had a very vacant look in her face."
It's believed the drug could be the first rapidly-acting antidepressant as an oral dose.
"I was ready to be a mum, but I wasn't ready for all the heartbreak month-on-month."
An asthmatic woman is repeatedly pepper sprayed and has to show her used sanitary products to male guards, RNZ reveals.