Muslim leaders say Islamophobia is alive and well in Aotearoa. But why have their voices not been heard until now?
All Black hardman Sonny Bill Williams broke down and cried when he heard about the Christchurch Mosque shootings – SUNDAY is with New Zealand’s most high-profile Muslim.
He visits Christchurch to pray with the survivors of last Fridays attack and hand over a substantial gift.
From the only girl in the team, a skinny little runt, to the best rugby player in the country. Beating the blokes at their own game Kendra Cocksedge is the first female to win the ultimate rugby award in New Zealand.
This remarkable young woman, from a tiny town in Taranaki, is breaking glass ceilings, and keeping her feet on the ground.
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.
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