One one front, the government has now done the right thing, and has partially restored the right of prisoners to vote
In New Zealand, only four out of ten sexual assault cases that are taken to court result in a conviction.
On suffrage day – reportedly – we celebrate women winning a political voice, and ensuring that their voices are heard, respected, and acted upon, despite attempts to ignore and silence then.
When and how does the government propose to change the key drivers of New Zealand’s bizarrely high – and economically unaffordable – rates of imprisonment?
While his meth analysis has been decisive, Gluckman’s report on prison reform is likely to comprise a far more comprehensive, and important legacy.
The only good news about the Bain compensation fiasco is that it is finally over.
Oops, sorry and $2.5 million in cash as a settlement for wrongful conviction.