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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.
Young Kiwi men – many of whom are still at school and in their teens – are experimenting with potent anabolic steroids.
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.
Vloggers are getting such a following they're becoming as popular as movie stars and making a fortune out of their fame.
Commercial and recreational fishers are at odds as to what is to blame for New Zealand's drop in snapper.
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.
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