They are amongst some of the poorest kids in New Zealand. They worked hard, fundraised for months and raised thousands for some new Kapa Haka outifts - but someone has taken the cash and done a runner.
The fear of missing out can make people reach deep into their pockets, but how and why is it OK for concert tickets to be re-sold at up to 20-times their face value?
Picture this: you're on your big OE, you break a leg and your travel insurance company says, 'sorry that's not fully covered - it's baggage'. It sounds too ridiculous to be true, but it isn't!
A dream holiday becomes an 'itchy scratchy' nightmare.
Every seven minutes a house or business is burgled in New Zealand. It is the reason more and more people are installing monitored alarms, but are they really being monitored?
Shoplifting is a million dollar problem, but do retailers have the right to randomly bag search unsuspecting customers? Is it an invasion of privacy? Is it even legal?
A dispute over uninterrupted views and a solitary tree could have serious ramifications for New Zealand homeowners.
You've found your true love and won a dream wedding in the Cook Islands, what could possibly go wrong? Quite a lot if you're gay!
Have we tracked down New Zealand's worst painter? We put some tough questions to an odd-job-man who has the oddest way of treating his customers.
The cruise ship never left the country, but a passenger gets stung with international roaming charges - why?
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