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Automation and artificial intelligence may not cause the mass unemployment in New Zealand that is often predicted, according to new research shared with Insight. Video
The benefit decision review committee is part of an internal Ministry of Social Development system and creates a systemic bias against beneficiaries, community lawyer Simonette Boele says. Video
Publicly supplied water for more than 80,000 people in New Zealand has failed on bacteria standards, an official review shows.
Analysis - As the Philippines' president's violent crack-down on drugs continues, with up to 12,000 deaths estimated to be related, activists say it amounts to a war on the poor, writes Philippa…
First Person - Waking to the news of another missile test by North Korea takes on a whole new perspective when you're in a country that's within range, writes Philippa Tolley. Video
Outspoken - The solution to the ageing workforce is more complicated than just pension pay-outs, says Retirement Commissioner Diane Maxwell. Audio
Preserving tuna stocks in the Pacific now needs the same profile as climate change, according to Ambassador for Pacific Development Shane Jones. Audio
With five days to go to Fiji's general election, campaigning is beginning to wind up. Tomorrow is the last day any sort of campaigning is allowed.