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.
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.
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.
Award-winning author and wairua practitioner Wiremu Niania says it's time for rongoā Māori and Māori healing practices to be recognised alongside western practice in our healthcare system.
The youth group responsible for pushing for the Zero Carbon Act says a key focus of the Act should be to engage with iwi and recognise Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
Climate change and water access for marae were some of the key concerns the youth of Waimana conveyed to Waiariki MP Tamati Coffey. It's his first official visit as a member of parliament to the valley, which has a population of little over 500.
An advocate for the homeless has been doing her best to provide for the less fortunate around South Auckland. Liz Kiriona says a collaborative approach by all community services would provide a better outcome for those in need.
Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu and the Peter McKenzie Project have together funded a new initiative to be led by social innovation hub Tokona Te Raki
The Ringatu faith is now 150 years old. Hundreds of followers converged onto Rangiwaho Marae near Gisborne to reflect on this unique Christian faith and the teachings of its founder, Te Kooti. What does Ringatu look like in 2018 and can it survive?
Government says they share Dr Lance O'Sullivan’s concerns about the state of public and private homes in which New Zealand children are living. This comes after O’Sullivan issued a challenge to the Minister of Housing and Urban Development on Facebook after witnessing the shocking living conditions of a 28-year-old solo mother and her two children living in an Auckland state house.