Could e-cigarettes be the ultimate solution for those trying to kick their smoking habit? And it's one of our great forgotten sports stories forged out of tragedy.
Can Farah Palmer, the first woman on the NZRU board, help clean up rugby's tarnished off-the field image?
The legendary Kiwi sailor who is a hero in France. Jake Bailey, the Christchurch school boy whose inspirational speech about cancer went viral. And Spain's incredible human towers.
Plans for a new open-cast mine on a mountain top overlooking Westport have passions running high. And celebrity chef Pete Evans takes on his critics.
The battle between environmentalists and salmon farmers in the Marlborough Sounds. And the bizarre airport assassination of Kim Jong-Nam.
Lately, Sunday has been investigating the impact of agriculture on our environment - and the news isnt good for farmers. Cameron Bennett heads to the Waikato for the farmers side of the story.
Cyclist Craig Hickford says it's privilege to be alive. He probably shouldn't be. And the Canterbury farm girl who has been compared to Mother Teresa.
Miriama Kamo on how her classic childhood has changed forever. The couple who have chosen a harsh life in the NZ wilderness. And why is the Selwyn River in such a shocking state?
More than a decade after Kiwis marched against Genetic Modification the controversial science is back on the agenda... could our booming export industry be under threat?
Sunday goes inside the Kiwi experiment that's looking for answers to mental health problems in our food.
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