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A Moral Truth
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12 Raids and racism 1976: The Auckland Star examines the controversial dawn raids and random street arrests of Polynesian immigrants. 135; 13 Litany of lies 1980: The Auckland Star reveals crucial hidden information about the Erebus disaster. 143; 14 Chain gang 1984, The Southland Times: Michael Turner exposes meat union corruption. 151; 15 Disgraceful conduct 1987, Metro: Sandra Coney and Phillida Bunkle expose an unethical experiment on women with cervical cancer, which leads to a shake-up of medical ethics. 165; 16 A slow killer 1992, The Evening Post: James Hollings investigates the contamination of blood supplies with the fatal liver disease hepatitis C. 209; 17 Our national shame 1992, Metro: Lesley Max tells the story of the two-year-old who was tortured and killed by her parents, and lifts the lid on child abuse in New Zealand. 215; 18 Too close to the police 1996, Sunday Star-Times: Donna Chisholm details the misuse of DNA evidence and helps free a wrongly convicted man, David Dougherty. 251; 19 High-country sell-off 2002, New Zealand Listener: Bruce Ansley examines the sale of New Zealand land to foreigners. 261; 20 A private sex club 2004, The Dominion Post: Philip Kitchin investigates the police officers who abused teenager Louise Nicholas. 273; 21 The big lie 2005: Nicky Hager reveals the cynical electioneering behind the National Party's race-based election campaign strategy. 281; 22 Death of a teenager 2007, Sunday Star-Times: Tony Wall asks why a teenager was beaten to death in a prison van. 297; 23 Taking on the Crown 2009, North & South: Mike White investigates the conviction of daughter-killer Mark Lundy. 307; 24 Data mining 2012, OnPoint: Keith Ng reveals a privacy bungle. 329; 25 Stolen identity 2012, The Press: Martin van Beynen exposes the fraudster who helped build Christchurch's CTV building, which killed 115 people when it collapsed. 335; 26 Did the police bungle this murder case? 2013, The New Zealand Herald: Phil Taylor campaigns to free Teina Pora, wrongly jailed for the murder of Susan Burdett. 345; 27 A failure of moral courage 2013: Rebecca Macfie tells the story of the corporate carelessness that led to the deaths of 29 miners at Pike River. 355; 28 The forgotten 2013, Sunday Star-Times: Kirsty Johnston investigates the abuse of the disabled in private care homes. 371; 29 Culture of omerta 2013, Pacific Journalism Review: James Hollings details another unfortunate experiment: 25 years of censorship in suicide reporting. 379; 30 Dirty tricks campaign 2014: Nicky Hager shows that government security information was used to discredit political opponents. 399; 31 A perfect storm of child neglect 2015, The New Zealand Herald: Jared Savage investigates how government welfare agencies let down a boy who murdered a shopkeeper. 409; 32 On the trail of tax avoiders 2016, The New Zealand Herald: Matt Nippert names the global companies that pay little tax in New Zealand. 419 33 Victims of the child-killers 2016, Stuff: Blair Ensor tells the story of one boy's death at the hands of his stepfather. 431; Acknowledgements 445

About the Author

Dr James Hollings is Head of Journalism at Massey University, Wellington.

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'A Moral Truth is an outstanding collection: moving, enraging, illuminating, dispiriting, provocative. At times, it lays us out as if for an autopsy. In parts, it shames our past, and, by repetition, our present. This is not just a book for people who care about journalism, it is a book for people who care about us.' - John Campbell

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