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In the next two to four weeks, John Key is going to tell New Zealanders what part New Zealand will be playing in the fight against terror in Iraq.
A couple of weeks ago, 3rd Degree tracked down conman Richard Benefield – the man with more than 180 convictions for dishonesty.
Five hours after entering his high-rise apartment, Warriena Wright plunged off his balcony 14 storeys to her death. So was she pushed or did she fall? And how much can you blame Tinder for what happened?
She's one of our top hopes for a gold medal at the Rio Olympics in 2016, but an accident at a qualifying event in the United States has jeopardised Sarah Walker's chances of making it.
Richard Benefield has made a career out of taking advantage of the vulnerable, conning them out of their savings.
Mike McRoberts meets Luke Chivers, a 21-year-old economics and communications graduate currently chasing cows in the back blocks of Whakatane.
For many years now the Fred Hollows Foundation has sent teams of specialist eye doctors to remote villages to help out, with some incredible results.
Hurtling down a freeway with a car in control might be an experience that commuters will have to get used to.
Vloggers are getting such a following they're becoming as popular as movie stars and making a fortune out of their fame.
Before antibiotics, people routinely died from ordinary infections and minor injuries.
In a ridiculously short time Xero has turned Kiwi founder Rod Drury into an international technology star.
Kim Dotcom has had disputes a number of his former staff. He's settled with some of them, but not yet with three of his Filipino staff. The workers spoke with 3rd Degree.
3rd Degree visited the mansion to confront Dotcom about the allegations made by his employees.
It has been described as the next industrial revolution, and now 3D printing technology is being applied to medical purposes - printing organs and even bone.
David Dunstan started importing drugs when he was just 15 years old.
The Ebola outbreak in Africa is now claiming around 100 victims a week, in what the World Health Organisation has declared an international health emergency.
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.
New Zealander Hans Dalton was looking forward to a holiday when he headed off to Samoa with his sister. Sadly he never returned.
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