Some Kiwis have just had enough! Suffer in silence no longer. This unique new series takes a closer look at some of the issues frustrating our communities.
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Series Final. Tonight, in Piha, it's nature versus nurture. Locals are at loggerheads over the restoration of sand dunes along the iconic beach.
In Thames: a special Gutsful Investigation reveals a matter of life and death. Emotions and logic go head to head after a local undertaker planned to set up a cremator at the back of his facility.
Tonight, in West Auckland, two closely linked stories in the Waitakere Ranges. From the illegal fly-tipping of rubbish and old tyres to discarded doggy doo doos, locals are fed up.
Tonight, in the sunny Northland town of Ruakaka, locals are getting crabby' about busloads of Auckland fishermen pillaging the marine life and rubbishing their beach.
Dunedin: Critical infrastructure is vanishing like patronage at the Sevens. A special Gutsful investigation leads us from the humble suburb of Halfway Bush to the very top of the corporate ladder.
Tonight, the good people of Auckland are up in arms and small arms. A Pistol Club is gobsmacked by a new neighbour's noise complaints.
Ironically, locals in Warkworth say it's not worth the walk because of notorious Hill Street Intersection. Melissa is too scared to walk her kids and Glynn faces commuter hell on a daily basis.
In St Andrews, South Canterbury, there's a serious issue with travelers and their travel logs. Due to a lack of public toilets, visitors are festooning the town with number ones and number twos.
We uncover some un-charitable dumping in the Waikato, where Hospice donations have gone to the dogs. Mike from St Vinnies has had a Gutsful of sorting through sex toys and soiled goods.
New Series: Local series giving disgruntled Kiwis a chance to air their gripes, grizzles and grievances. Tonight, freedom camping reaches epidemic proportions in Taranaki.