How could someone kidnap a 10-day old sleeping baby from a bassinet and plan to keep it? What if that person was someone you knew and trusted? One Auckland family shares how the horror of their stolen baby became worse when they realised the extraordinary lengths their nanny went to, to plan her crime. Sunday reveals the crime unfolding on multiple CCTV cameras, and how police pulled out all resources to catch the unlikeliest of suspects: the nanny.
Its the debilitating disorder called Tourettes Syndrome - uncontrollable ticks, violent mood swings and uncontrollable rages can mean a life of public ridicule. It becomes a personal prison, and theres no cure. Two brave children and their parents share their stories on how this condition can make family life hell and how they cope.
This week, Sunday goes inside the world's largest refugee camp. They've been called the most persecuted people on the planet. Myanmar Rohingya Muslims tell horrific stories of rape and murder at the hands of the nations military. Now, what the UN calls textbook ethnic cleansing in Myanmar has become a humanitarian crisis in Bangladesh. Close to a million Rohingya who fled their homes are now crammed into makeshift camps just outside the small resort town of Cox's Bazar. Miriama Kamo meets two Kiwi aid workers whove travelled there - determined to make a difference.
Kiwis are throwing out more rubbish than ever, our recycling plants bursting at the seams with rest of our waste buried in landfill. Surely theres a better way of getting rid of our trash? Could burning our waste be the answer? Can it be clean? Is it cost-effective? Sweden is held up as a world leader in managing waste and is home to one of the biggest incinerators. The Swedes only landfill one per cent of their waste and their Government claims a phenomenal 99 per cent recycling rate. Sweden makes close to $100 million a year from importing waste and burning thousands of tonnes of it. Problem solved? We follow the waste trail in Sweden to discover that we do have plenty to learn from Swedens experience - but not all of it is good.