Sunday: April 23
We investigate the raging battle between environmentalists and salmon farmers in the iconic Marlborough Sounds.
Some of King Salmon’s farms fail to meet environmental best practice – so they want to move them. But for many locals their plan is highly controversial.
King Salmon claim their valuable export industry can grow and at the same time protect the environment better, but environmentalists say they are fighting to protect an outstanding natural landscape.
Reporter: Billie Jo Ropiha Producers: Steve Butler, Chris Cooke Camera: Gary Hopper, Martin Anderson Editor: Paul Anderson
It’s a vast, colourful, multi-million dollar art garden north of Auckland, and we are the first to get a look at a unique venture that takes art out of the art gallery, and serves it up to the people.
Lawyer Anthony Grant is determined to shake up the art world with his "sculptureum". Its success is a huge gamble, but Anthony is so passionate about art he's determined to enrich peoples' lives.
Reporter: Mark Crysell Producer: Jane Skinner Camera: Gary Hopper, Martin Anderson Editor: Gareth Pearce
A PUBLIC ASSASSINATION
It was an audacious and very public airport assassination, carried out by two young women using a weapon of mass destruction.
Steve Pennell's investigates the bizarre murder of Kim Jong-Nam at Kuala Lumpur’s international airport.
So just who are the two young women who killed using one of the world’s deadliest poisons? And was the assassination of Kim Jong Nam an act of systematic terror ordered by his half-brother North Korea dictator Kim Jong Un?
Sunday Night - Channel 7
SUNDAY, TVNZ1, 7.30pm