SUNDAY 18 June
TROUBLE IN MIND
Has a mental health crisis put our police under seige?
Police officers say the number of emergency callouts for mental health related emergencies is skyrocketing. And they are struggling to cope.
Police officers, patient advocates and a frightened family affected speak out.
Reporter: Ian Sinclair
Producer: Steve Butler
Cameras: Martin Anderson
Editor: Paul Anderson
When a Kiwi businessman decided to buy cola nuts from the West African country of Sierra Leone, he couldn’t have imagined the impact it would have on the villagers lives … or his.
They had survived a brutal civil war and were still trying to rebuild what they had lost. With Simon Coley’s help, their future now includes the chance of tertiary education for their children and economic self-sufficiency.
Reporter: John Hudson
Producer: Kim Peacock
Camera/Director Sierra Leone: Phill Prendeville
Cameras: Gary Hopper, Martin Anderson, Ben Ireland
Editors: Bleddyn Parry, Paul Anderson
Candice Hedge survived the sickening terror attack that left eight dead and more than 50 injured during the horrifying attacks in London two weeks ago.
The Australian came face-to-face with one of the terrorists when he stabbed her in the neck inside the restaurant where she worked.
She shares her incredible story of survival from her hospital bed.
Channel 7 “SUNDAY NIGHT”