Join Pippa Wetzell, Hadyn Jones and the Fair Go team as they stand up for the underdogs and consumer rights!
Tonight, there's trouble brewing in the Love Soup Kitchen. For years they've been feeding the needy, but now they're the victims of a hostile takeover by a self-titled Maori Queen.
An act of cruelty costs 12 calves their lives and leaves a farmer thousands of pocket. Plus, new technology has left a very feisty 90-year-old vulnerable.
A lost family heirloom causes a world of pain! For more than 100 years a WW1 bayonet was treasured by a family. Now, due to an honest mistake, it could be destroyed by Customs.
Can water really cure the common cold? We put 'Osmosis, Wellness, Disruptive, Virus, Pathogen, Harmonising Water' under the microscope.
We are back on the trail of a serial offender who, according to his customers, puts the 'con' into concrete contracting.
Modelling is a glamorous industry, but there's also an ugly side. We track down a modelling agent that has got a talent for taking money off those wanting to make a name for themselves.
Kiwis love a good pie - we eat 66 million of them every year - but what is a pie and, more importantly, when is a pie not a pie?
The last thing newborn parents need is bad nappies, but there's a new and improved brand out there that is driving young mums mad.
Ever wondered how easy it is to get chucked off a plane? Well, as a Rotorua mum found out, it really is quite easy if you've travelled overseas for weight loss surgery.
Tonight on Fair Go we're talking water it's essential for survival, but do those profiting from it leave us vulnerable? And wedding etiquette what are the do's and don'ts of getting hitched?
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