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When Eliana Rubashkyn went to get her passport renewed, they locked her up because her passport photo showed not a pretty young woman but a bearded man.
What's the truth behind claims that drums of deadly poison have been buried by a South Island dam, in a lake used for recreation and fishing?
The mother of Alex Renton has admitted she administered cannabis oil to him weeks before it was officially approved.
An internationally renowned Kiwi artist has taken his life in his hands to go and fight in battle-ravaged Syria.
A Taranaki woman, beaten and held against her will for 17 years, has spoken of her escape to freedom.
Brown is a white-water kayaker who launches himself down towering waterfalls.
From now, it's a gruelling circuit of five months overseas racing to qualify for the Rio Olympics, so she'll need all of this conditioning and maybe more. But for Walker the most important thing is – she's back.
Given three months to live last October, Gareth Jones has survived eight months so far on self-medication with cannabis, and he wants a law change in New Zealand.
It is pointless re-trying Teina Pora for the rape and murder of Susan Burdett, and the New Zealand Police know it.
David Dunstan started importing drugs when he was just 15 years old.
In 1997 Stephen Anderson went on a rampage in Raurimu, where his parents had a ski lodge. Anderson shot 10 people and killed six, including his own father.
When it comes to cancer, doctors don't like using words like cure, but there's a new drug they're quite openly describing as a game changer.
The wife of a New Zealand father who abandoned him and their newborn baby in Armenia after discovering the baby had Down syndrome says she is ashamed of her decision.
This week's 3D investigation is about a deadly fire-fight in which 2 NZ soldiers were killed and 6 others wounded.
The Battle of Baghak has been called the biggest firefight NZ regular soldiers had been involved in since Vietnam.
Our first 3D Investigates story, No Place to Be, was a long time coming.
In 2012, Kiwi soldiers deployed in Afghanistan were caught up in the biggest fire-fight involving New Zealanders since Vietnam. Two soldiers – Lance Corporals Pralli Durrer and Rory Malone – were killed in action.
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