P is for pure methamphetamine and its causing serious harm to our children. Doctors say they are seeing a rise in the number of Kiwi babies being born with physical effects from their mothers addiction. And they have no idea how those children will be affected in the future. Are we raising a new generation of damaged children whose parents arent equipped to help them? SUNDAY steps into the lives of the Kiwi kids who are raising themselves and their siblings, because their parents are addicts.
Where's the line between free speech and hate speech? Canadian far-right commentators Lauren Southern and Stefan Molyneux have brought their controversial online message right to our doorstep. With their arrival into New Zealand this week, we go face to face with the pair and reflect the views of a wide range of Kiwis.
Like a bolt from the blue - ferocious, unpredictable, deadly. Every day, 60 people around the world are killed by lightning - but there are those who survive the billion-volt strikes. This week, we meet people struck by lightning who lived through the experience, and the one man who chases these killer storms for the thrill of it.
Why are so many women choosing to have their breast implants removed? Former Kiwi model and wife of chef Pete Evans, Nicky Robinson, is speaking out. She says that her implants were not only embarrassing, they were making her very sick. Many women are experiencing the same issues - and now, Nicky has started a campaign to make people aware of the dangers of implants.