New Zealanders living across the Ditch say they're being treated as guest workers after the latest Australian Government-led erosion of their rights. Plus, the unlikely friendship between a scruffy stray dog and a ultra-marathon runner.
Tonight the Sunday team investigate whether a mental health crisis is putting our police under siege? A Kiwi making a positive impact on the lives of people in Sierra Leone.
Our restaurant and hospitality industry could be in for a big shakeup. Could proposed changes to working visas lead to a staffing crisis that cripples the industry?
18 year old filmmaker, Awa, tells her very personal story of growing up transgender.
SUNDAY investigates the tragic death of an 18-year old, and why he was failed by our mental health system.
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 Catalan'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.
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