Taxation bill headed for approval
Changes to the tax rules will help build ‘a more productive and competitive economy,’ according to the revenue minister
Corrections error kept more than 500 inmates in jail longer than required
Despite the Supreme Court ruling, inmates are unlikely to receive compensation for serving longer terms than required.
Judith Collins: When there’s a will there’s a way
Partner and principal, business owner, lecturer, backbencher, mother, student, farmer, Justice Minister - there’s little newly appointed Police and Corrections Minister Judith Collins can’t do, and that’s fact. Sasha Borissenko reports.
Magna Carta owned by Henry VIII’s lawyer makes debut public appearance
The Magna Carta owned by King Henry VIII’s lawyer is on display at the University of Canterbury this month.
Exclusive interview: Meet New Zealand’s new Minister of Justice
Among the ministerial appointments announced by John Key for his “new-look” Cabinet on Monday was NZ’s new Minister of Justice: We speak to her about her former legal career and challenges she’s faced
New Zealand to host inaugural Justice Symposium
Justice Minister Judith Collins has announced that justice experts will converge on Wellington this week for New Zealand's first Leading Justice Symposium