Serco could be liable for beating video

Remand prisoner Benjamin Lightbody was been left with serious injuries which affect his day-to-day life.

Private prison operator could face damages after a video of the beating of a prisoner went missing.

Our Father

Gloriavale father beat his children - including a daughter with Down syndrome - with weapons.

Gloriavale father beat his children - including a daughter with Down syndrome - with weapons.

Gloriavale dad's violent discipline

Clem Ready arrives at court in Greymouth to face assault charges in mid-2017. He is with his wife, Sharon. The coupe ...

Clem Ready hit his daughters with a shoe, slipper, belt and framing square. He "thought it was doing them good".

Drug Deals: The real price of medicine

Artwork for Stuff Circuit project Drug Deals.

Secret money in the multi-million dollar legal drugs market.

No inquest for Gloriavale death

Connie Ready's sister Prayer died at the Gloriavale community.

It's two years since Connie Ready 'escaped' Gloriavale, and her life is almost unrecognisable. But she says her fight will continue.

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A raid worth investigating

NZDF reveals a legal investigation into the allegations raised by Stuff Circuit's The Valley is under way.

OPINION: It's one of the most storied firefights in our war history, but did we tell it the right way? We deserve the truth.

Relatives want review of Gloriavale death

Prayer Ready was 14 when she died.

Family of teenager Prayer Ready, who died in strange circumstances at Gloriavale, ask for an inquest.

Curran was told of Z data breach

Z Energy has admitted a data breach of its fuel card.

Communications Minister Clare Curran was alerted to the Z Energy data breach while she was in Opposition last year.

Fuel company Z's security breach

A Stuff Circuit investigation reveals a data breach at Z Energy.

Z has admitted a major security fault that potentially allowed access to business accounts and personal details.

NZDF confirms SAS investigation video

Outgoing Defence Force Chief Tim Keating. (File photo)

Outgoing Defence Force boss reveals investigation under way into allegations made in The Valley documentary.

Caught: Slavery on the high seas

A special investigation from Stuff Circuit.

When you buy sashimi or order tuna at a restaurant, you should know its origins - and what conditions the people who caught it endured.

The Valley episode 1: Enduring Freedom

The Valley, episode 1: Enduring Freedom

NZ's military history is full of heroism and sacrifice. But what aren't we being told?

The Valley episode 2: Mission Ready

The Valley episode 2: Mission Ready

The bait and hook: The tactic NZ soldiers prepped before deployment in Afghanistan.

The Valley episode 3: Contact

The Valley episode 3: Contact

When the shooting started, Afghans and Kiwis died.

The Valley episode 4: The Valley

The Valley episode 4: The Valley

Visiting the battle site where two NZ soldiers died.

The Valley episode 5: The Database

The Valley episode 5: The Database

What else has the NZ public not been told?

The Valley episode 6: Consequences

The Valley episode 6: Consequences

The officer commanding from the Battle of Baghak finally speaks out.

Fishing by forced labour

A Stuff Circuit investigation into the global tuna fishing industry has exposed allegations of slavery on the high seas.

Tuna caught by modern-day slaves in the Pacific Ocean is "almost certainly" landing in NZ.

Inside the prisons of Vanuatu

Riva says conditions on the tuna boat were hellish.

An investigation into human rights abuses on the high seas took Stuff Circuit inside the bleak prisons of Vanuatu.

Can customers force change?

A Stuff Circuit investigation into the global tuna fishing industry has exposed allegations of slavery on the high seas.

OPINION: How will consumers respond to footage of sleep-deprived, emaciated people in disgusting conditions?

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