Until a few months ago, Anita Sauafea and her two children didn't have access to the internet at home.
About 12 per cent of Kiwi children experience harm in state care – more than previously thought – new research shows.
In the rush of the modern news cycle, it can be difficult to decipher the really important stuff. Or to review the progress of a Government over any given week, let alone month or year. Stuff is experimenting with a new platform to try to untangle the muddle. The concept is simple: we'll highlight key events with short pieces of analysis, fact-checking and data-based reporting.
After years of rising numbers of children and young people detained in police cells, those numbers are declining, data shows.
A digital tool revolutionising searches for missing children is coming to New Zealand.
Health Minister David Clark confirms he's started discussions regarding the promised mental health inquiry. But any action is likely months away.
Children's Commissioner Andrew Becroft says removing the word "vulnerable" from Ministry for Vulnerable Children Oranga Tamariki is a "good sign" from the new Government.
Our fact checking continues with a closer look at the claims made by teacher unions in their bid for a big pay rise.
Bill English continued to mislead about tax and Jacinda Ardern stretched the truth on health.
Stuff hosted Finance Minister Steven Joyce and his opposite number from Labour, Grant Robertson.
Another leaders debate, another argument about child poverty statistics.
As Prime Minister and National leader Bill English and Labour leader Jacinda Ardern headed into the second leaders debate on Monday evening, our red pens were at the ready.
As Prime Minister Bill English and Labour leader Jacinda Ardern clashed during the first leaders debate, we fact-checked their claims.
Tough love has ended yet another young life, and now a controversial policy as part of a CYF overhaul has just passed into law.