As the horror has unfolded SUNDAY is in Christchurch, bringing us the stories of those affected by the countrys worst terrorist act. After an act of cowardice, we bring you the stories of courage and heroism. And, as we discover, while this terrorist aimed to divide our communities, were more united than ever.
It took just 76 seconds for two promising young people to become statistics in a grim tally of those killed in police pursuits. They placed their trust in a driver who put his foot down, but the police who went in chase at speeds of up to 200km/h were also found to be responsible.
Charlie Sheen was the world's highest-paid television actor - making $1.8 million an episode - but then he lost the plot.
It was one of the most bizarre and public meltdowns ever. But now Charlie's back older, wiser, and keen to explain what drove him off the rails.
Eileen Pearces home was modest but it was hers - and all she wanted after the Christchurch earthquakes was enough money to rebuild it and replant her beloved garden. Jamie Roberts just wanted a safe home for his three young daughters. Frustrated and tired of trying to settle their repair claims, they both turned to the same man for help. He was promising great things but it was a decision they both came to regret.
For many of us, it seems like a brave thing to do. Kiwis who leave jobs or use all their annual leave to work as volunteers 20,000 kms away in Guinea, West Africa. Some go for up to ten months - and live onboard the world's largest ship hospital. SUNDAY has been following a group of doctors, nurses, physios and helpers as they journey from NZ to Guinea to deliver care, healing and hope. This special SUNDAY story is brought to you with the help of NZOA.
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