1 NEWS Australia correspondent Kimberlee Downs went to Gosford, to meet Father Rod Bower, who is fast becoming a political firebrand.
Yvette Olsen says she is grieving the fact that Hopeful Christian didn't get the justice he deserved while alive.
The West Coast community is in mourning after the death of leader Hopeful Christian yesterday. TVNZ1 Sunday's Jehan Casinader analyses what will happen next.
The controversial religious leader died today after a battle with cancer. He spoke with Sunday's Janet McIntyre in this 2007 piece.
Amanda Evans says she's only every seen a positive side during her three all-access visits. Gloriavale: The Return will be available on TVNZ Ondemand this month.
John Ready said "the light came on" that God was not holding him over Hell and threatening him.
The Destiny Church leader was absent from the church during his recuperation from what he says was a self-made rubbish fire gone wrong.
The Minister for the Community and Voluntary Sector has publicly confirmed the review, as new calls from the public emerge for religious charities to be taxed.
In 2018, does it make sense that a person adhering to a satirical anti-religion could legally get tax breaks by registering as a charity? 1 NEWS NOW's Luke Appleby ponders.
Pope Francis' former finance minister was charged in June last year with sexually abusing multiple people in his Australian home state of Victoria.
The two charities of Brian and Hannah Tamaki could now face a substantial tax bill as a result of deregistration.
Destiny has lodged a late objection with the Department of Internal Affairs in a last-gasp bid to hold on to tax-free privileges.