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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.
The best bits of TV3's 25 years of current affairs – from 60 Minutes and 20/20, right through to 3rd Degree.
Sam Hayes and a crew visit Antarctica to meet up with a group of scientists on a mission. They want to find out exactly what Antarctica was like last time there was this much CO2 in the atmosphere.
Seventeen-year-old Banaz Mahmod wanted to escape an unhappy and abusive arranged marriage, but her family disapproved, believing it would bring dishonour on the men in her family.
She plays with Ko's old clubs, she's trained by Ko's former coach, and like Ko she has a father who will do almost anything for her to succeed.
Eighteen-year-old Nicolette Half is less than 1m tall. She is the only primordial dwarf in New Zealand – a condition so rare there are only 100 worldwide.
New Zealand's birds are facing a real threat of extinction, with many populations on the verge of blinking out due to exploding predator numbers.
Paula Penfold has been talking to one of the most nakedly ambitious people ever to hit sport in this country.
David Dunstan started importing drugs when he was just 15 years old.
For more than two years we've been keeping you updated on Dot Smith and her castle project north of Oamaru – otherwise known as Dot's grand design.
The hunt is on to find intelligent life out in space.
Young Kiwi men – many of whom are still at school and in their teens – are experimenting with potent anabolic steroids.
The courses offered teachings and guidance in Maori tikanga, but participants say that over the years it became more like a cult. Astrology and tarot card reading were taught alongside Maori culture.
How vulnerable are we to Ebola in New Zealand? And how prepared are we?
Sam Hayes gets a no-holds-barred look at the world of bucking broncos and bull riding.
Lisa and Steve West's daughter has two of the rarest conditions in the world – conditions that make life hell for the whole family.
Kiwi Caleb Harcus is an incomplete quadriplegic excited by the prospect of renewed nerve growth in people with spinal cord injuries, after a pioneering new surgery.
The GCSB has responded to election week allegations it carries out mass surveillance on New Zealanders, denying its programmes are for anything other than cyber security.
Today was John Banks' chance for redemption. He was presenting evidence to the Court of Appeal that he said would exonerate him.
Commercial and recreational fishers are at odds as to what is to blame for New Zealand's drop in snapper.
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