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This week on Sunday, Miranda Harcourt and Stuart McKenzie, husband and wife and co-directors of the supernatural thriller, the Changeover - the first movie to be shot inside Christchurch's Red Zone - Sunday 7.30 on @tvnz.1 and @tvnz.ondemand.
Euthanasia: your choice
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THIS WEEK: Do we have the right to die on our own terms? Parliament’s upcoming vote on a bill that would legalise voluntary euthanasia means this incredibly complicated moral issue is now an election issue. Here, Dutch journalist Gerbert van Loenen explains why the expansion in scope of his country’s euthanasia law serves as a cautionary tale.
Breaking news: Just a week after our story on abuse at the state-funded boot camp on Great Barrier Island, the Government has announced that it will use taxpayer-funded boot camps as part of its strategy to target young offenders. More from the 1 News team here: https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/young-offenders-sent-year-long-military-boot-camp-govt-announces
THIS WEEK: Housing affordability isn't just a problem for NZ cities. We explore the innovative ways other countries are trying to solve their housing crises - from small spaces to giant co-ops to places where houses aren't an investment... just a home.