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3D has spoken to porn users and porn addicts, as well as a sex educator and a top international scientist who say this new type of porn can actually alter our brains.
A 3D investigation has uncovered allegations of nepotism and rudeness at the Earthquake Commission (EQC) in Christchurch.
3D discovers the hidden contracts and cosy deals that add to the cost of building in New Zealand.
Tonight 3D Investigates revealed fresh evidence in the Susan Burdett case, which it says is enough to re-try serial rapist Malcolm Rewa for her murder.
For one Wellington woman the very place that should have saved her life neglected to do so.
Gabe Deem is the founder of Reboot Nation – a website helping internet porn addicts.
If you're looking for someone to blame for the advent of Generation Selfie, then you might try the parents. Why not?
If you want your child to grow up happy and successful, you need to praise them – right? Well, maybe not.
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.
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.
In his first-ever TV interview, Teina Pora has demanded an apology from the police for the way they managed his case, and thanked those who fought for him while in prison.
Are we spoiling our children with too much praise?
AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd opens up in a series of frank interviews about his life and troubles.
The show has proved extremely popular and controversial, but does it make a mockery of marriage?
Sabina Read is one of the expert matchmakers on hit Australian reality TV show Married at First Sight.
For every life saved by screening, more lives are potentially harmed. So are New Zealand women being told the whole story?
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?
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