Overworked, underpaid, over it. Primary school teachers are saying theyve had enough. So much so theyre leaving their classrooms empty on May 29th to take part in one of New Zealands largest-ever strikes a mega strike of 50,000 that will also include principals and secondary school teachers. But just how bad are their pay and conditions? This week Sunday goes to the chalkface to learn about this long-running dispute and finds teachers struggling with massive workloads, panic attacks and burnout. All this for a job where the hourly rate often adds up to less than the minimum wage.
The Trumpettes, a group of glamorous US socialites led by former Hollywood reporter Toni Holt Kramer, have a mission - to ensure President Donald Trumps re-election in 2020, one female vote at a time. These wealthy women can afford the lifestyle that brings proximity to the President and access to his Winter White House Mar-a-Lago in Florida. SUNDAY joins them with an exclusive invitation inside Trumps inner sanctum.
She's one of the most famous single mothers on the planet - and for many years, also one of the most hated, after sparking a media frenzy when she gave birth to octuplets through IVF. But Nadya Suleman was determined to prove the haters wrong - and now, as her octuplets celebrate their tenth birthday we see how shes coping.
It's a brotherhood like no other. A group of Kiwi teens who lost their siblings - and mates - in the Christchurch terror attack. Now, they're determined to use the tragedy as motivation to become better leaders. SUNDAY is with these incredible young men, as they embark on a journey of healing.
From fussiness to fads, it often seems that avoiding foods is the new normal. But a genuine food allergy is drastically different and can end lives. For Bonita and Morris Rubena-Misilisi, tragedy struck last November when they lost their teenage daughter Edyn to a nut allergy. We investigate this alarming rise in food allergies, and we see the ground-breaking research trial where children are now able to eat the foods that could kill them.
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