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Terror at a pop concert. Children die, and after the sirens comes grief and fury. Manchester City put on a brave face, after one of its own sons bombed the Ariana Grande pop concert in late May. Twenty-two people had been killed and 116 more injured. But how does a city recover? We go into Manchester's Muslim community to find the hard and revealing conversations going on.
Miranda Harcourt and Stuart McKenzie are the husband and wife team behind new local film 'The Changeover' - a project decades in the making. They explain why they had to go to counselling to shoot their film, who their star-studded actors are and what it was like to work in red zone Christchurch.
Should we pass a law allowing doctors to help people end their lives? After the election MPs will vote on whether to legalise euthanasia. But big questions remain - that could fundamentally change our society. Is helping someone to die a compassionate act which allows dignity in death? Or does it legitimise a risky option that could endanger the vulnerable? We meet an unlikely advocate for assisted dying who reveals, for the first time, why he believes we have the right to die, on our own terms.
Coming up this weekend on Sunday: Should we pass a law allowing doctors to help people end their lives?
She describes them as 'extraordinary circumstances', and this week's elevation of Jacinda Ardern as Labour leader was just that. Can she succeed where four previous leaders have failed and lift Labour out of the doldrums? For her first 72 hours on the job, SUNDAY goes behind the scenes with Ardern as she takes on a challenge which only last month she said she wasn't ready for.
For two decades, the Government sent troubled teens to a taxpayer-funded boot camp on Great Barrier Island. It was meant to get their lives back on track. Instead, many say it scarred them for life. They describe a culture of fear, domination and violence. Despite 16 years of red flags, child welfare bosses failed to intervene. SUNDAY asks why.
Everyone knows a fussy toddler who wont eat their greens. But some people dont grow out of it, refusing to eat anything except a narrow range of mostly beige food chips, white bread, chicken nuggets and anything else fills them with deep disgust. They suffer from a newly identified and very serious eating disorder called ARFID Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder. This Sunday Special documentary goes inside the homes and diets of some of these young Kiwis including teenage Jake Thompson, who ended up with such severe malnutrition he went blind.
It's our most commonly diagnosed cancer but also one we just don't want to talk about. Bowel cancer kills 1200 kiwis a year. For men its as common as prostate cancer, for women, as common as breast cancer. A national screening programme is about to launch - but theres a catch. It's only available to those over the age of 60. And that's where the controversy starts.
He's the new king of Kiwi motorcycling, performing seemingly impossible stunts on a massive Harley Davidson motorbike. But Kingi Walters' own life story is even more stunning than the dangerous tricks he performs.
While the debate over marriage equality rages in Australia, hundreds of same-sex couples are crossing to the ditch to wed here. But behind the happiest of days are also stories of heartbreak, and families torn apart. We speak exclusively to the New Zealand-born pastor confronting his daughter's decision to marry her girlfriend as part of a reality TV series.
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