A teenage girl with Down syndrome choked to death at the Gloriavale community in an isolation room where the door couldn't be opened.
Police Commissioner Mike Bush has admitted a drink driving conviction.
"If I was Pakeha or I could afford a $1000-an-hour lawyer, I wouldn't have been charged."
How has a reclusive Christian community managed to cover up the death of a child, in concerning circumstances, for more than a year?
WATCH: How the Gloriavale community has attracted unwanted attention for years.
Four decades after Tracey Ann Patient was strangled, a key witness reveals what he saw.
It's like the best and worst holiday movie scene ever; the reality of the Free Teina Pora campaign, Cook Island style.
An innocent man was locked away for 21 years. Who put him there?
OPINION: The offer made to Teina Pora at least begins to right the incomprehensible wrong.
Teina Pora is to receive compensation for New Zealand's worst miscarriage of justice.
OPINION: With compensation and a declaration of innocence, can Teina Pora finally be truly free?
He broke her back, but was that Tony Veitch's only act of violence?
Opinion: A flawed system put him in jail and it must be put right, say Eugene Bingham and Paula Penfold.
Forty years after the Montreal Olympics, it's the golden moments New Zealand remembers most.
OPINION: There has been no independent investigation of either the deliberate meddling with crime statistics, or the subsequent cover-up.