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He's been a MP for 33 years, a Minister, a deputy Prime Minister but Winston Peters is still something of a mystery to voters. At 72, is he fighting for political relevance or will he be in the driver's seat once again when it comes to forming the next government?
How far would you go to get justice for your father? Ross Bush's family began their fight after he was killed when a building collapsed on him in Christchurch's massive 2011 earthquake.
Dr Claire McLintock knows cancer all too well - she's fought her own battle and helped other women through theirs. Now her old foe has returned, and this time it's terminal.
When SUNDAY first met Lilia Tarawa, she'd been brainwashed. Born in the isolated religious sect Gloriavale, the 16 year old had been raised to believe everyone in the outside world was destined to burn in hell. A decade on Lilia is a sassy, young woman who embraces her body, her voice, and her freedom.
Should we pass a law allowing doctors to help people end their lives? 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?
The Kiwi dream of owning your own home seems harder than it's ever been. So how do other countries do it? We go to London, Barcelona, Copenhagen, Tokyo and New York - in search of some solutions for affordable housing.
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?
We all know someone who is a fussy eater but for some of us it's not as simple as just being too picky. We explore a serious eating disorder known as ARFID and how it's affecting Kiwis of all ages.
Bowel cancer is our most commonly diagnosed cancer but also one we just don't want to talk about. Tonight we investigate a national screening programme that's about to launch, but is it enough?
We speak to the New Zealand-born pastor confronting his daughter's decision to marry her girlfriend on reality TV. Plus the stunning life story of the new king of Kiwi motorcycling, Kingi Walters.
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