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The Royal Commission is asking for survivors who are interested in being in the Survivor Advisory Group to submit an application now.
Commissioners have begun a series of discussions involving key individuals and organisations with a strong interest in the work of the Inquiry.
Today is the one-year anniversary of the formal establishment of the Royal Commission
As you may have heard, the Royal Commission of Inquiry has released the name and email address of an individual to another person.
Video footage of the Post-Cabinet Press Conference with the the Right Honourable
Jacinda Ardern, Minister Tracey Martin and Chair Sir Anand Satyanand.
The Chair of the Royal Commission Sir Anand Satyanand has welcomed the Government’s delivery of the Terms of Reference for the Inquiry into Abuse in Care.
Nearly 500 people have now registered to engage with the Royal Commission of Inquiry into State Care, says Internal Affairs Minister Tracey Martin.
I have filed a report with the Minister of Internal Affairs, Hon Tracey Martin, about my many consultations with the public on the Terms of Reference
The Royal Commission of Inquiry into Historical Abuse in State Care has received over 200 submissions from the public on the draft Terms of Reference. Public su
The Royal Commission of Inquiry into Historical Abuse in State Care welcomes the appointment of Mervin Singham as the Executive Director of the Royal Commission