With hundreds of referrals every year for meth addiction, P is running rampant amongst communities across the country. A Ngāti Hine couple is doing all they can to stamp it out of their Northland community by stopping the sale of P-pipes in their local store and they're being widely supported.
Women's Refuge says domestic violence is one of NZ's most serious social issues. In a speech delivered to the UN, Women’s Rights Commissioner Jackie Blue says government strategies, ministerial groups and bodies have failed to fix the issue.
The world's first openly transsexual mayor and member of parliament has been invited to speak at the Oxford Union in England. New Zealand's Georgina Beyer joins the ranks of Bill Clinton, Helen Clark, Albert Einstein and the Dalai Lama in receiving the honour.
38 boys are vying for a spot in the NZ U18 Māori rugby development camp, currently in Rotorua. The squad will be announced in September, and two boys will be a step closer to fulfilling their dreams.
Two of NZ's biggest sporting stars say freedom to play as children was one of the key elements in the successful development of their international rugby careers.
Ngā Potiki a Tamapāhore Trust formally signed an agreement today with Westpac NZ that will mean more homes for Tauranga families.
For the first time, a Māori state house tenant has been appointed to the Housing NZ board. Disability activist and lawyer Dr Huhana Hickey looks to bring a new perspective to the director role.
Ngāti Raukawa player Te Paea Selby-Rickit helped lead the Southern Steel to victory, defeating Silvermoon Tactix 59-56 at ILT Stadium Southland in Invercargill last night.