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    PRIDE AND JOY

    Successful and well-travelled, Christian Newman and Mark Edwards were like any other young couple ready to settle down and start a family. But their journey to parenthood was always going to be harder than most. For almost three years SUNDAY has followed Christian and Mark as they pursued both adoption and surrogacy, capturing every moment of heart breaking disappointment and sheer joy.

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    ROAD RAGE

    Why is aggression and violence escalating to dangerous levels on the roads? All-in brawls, rage-fuelled attacks, terrifying weapons - and all captured on dash cams. Whats causing this road rage epidemic?

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    THAI MIRACLE

    Its the miracle in Chiang Rai. The story of courage and resilience behind the week long international rescue efforts to first find, then bring home, the Wild Boars football team from deep in a flooded cave. News crews flocked to Thailand when the boys went missing and they captured all the key moments in the rollercoaster ride of the search and the rescue.

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    LEFT BEHIND

    What drove Peter Miles to shoot his four grandchildren, his daughter and his wife, before turning a gun on himself? The tragedy stunned the world and was Australias worst mass shooting since Port Arthur in 1996. Denham Hitchcock sits down with Aaron Cockman - the father who lost his family in the Margaret River massacre - to discover the answer.

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    HOOKED ON PLASTIC

    Plastic transformed our lives but now, were drowning in it. Recycling plants are bursting at the seams, as Kiwis throw out more rubbish than ever. With a waste crisis on our hands, experts say its time to radically change our lifestyles. Can we live without plastic? SUNDAY investigates.

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    LOG JAM

    A small farming community awakes to absolute devastation. After a night of heavy rain, a million tonnes of forestry waste comes crashing down the slopes, smashing anything in its way. Some locals are angry that forestry is allowed to operate on some of the most erodible land in the country, but others feel forestry's a vital industry that pumps millions of dollars into the economy. So who is to blame and who pays the multi-million dollar clean-up bill?

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