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Wed 16 Apr 2014 8:30p.m.
There is a guy whose photographs have something pretty special that has captured our attention at 3rd Degree.
The Transport Accident Investigation Commission will be reviewing its investigation into the Fox Glacier crash in 2010.
Samantha Hayes investigates the troubled waters of shark tourism, where fishermen and cage dive operators are at odds.
Wed 09 Apr 2014 8:30p.m.
Worldwide sensation Kahlei Stone-Kelly comes from an entire skateboarding family.
The heavyweights of New Zealand are in a no-holds-barred fight over striptease. It is down and dirty, so who will win the sex industry wars?
Wed 02 Apr 2014 8:30p.m.
The first of the Government’s controversial new charter schools are up and running and already the teachers' union wants them closed down.
3rd Degree meets the husband and wife who became wife and wife – and confusingly, they are now both called Kelly.
Dan Vicary loved to fly – no engine, no propellers – nothing but a man in a suit. Vicary told 3rd Degree flying like that made him feel free.
Wed 26 Mar 2014 8:30p.m.
Thanks to 3rd Degree viewers, Liam Malone has a shiny new pair of artificial legs that could help him achieve his dream.
Families are demanding a new investigation after 3rd Degree cast doubt over TAIC's report on the 2010 Fox Glacier plane crash.
Wed 18 Dec 2013 8:30p.m.
Tonight we look back at some of the most memorable stories and let you know what has happened since.
Doctors say that little Phoenix is unlikely ever to walk or talk, but his parents are determined to prove them wrong.
Christchurch businessman Phil Cooper travels to the Philippines with an ambitious project in his mind.
Wed 11 Dec 2013 8:30p.m.
Two slices of iconic NZ landscape are up for sale. But with spectacular views and multi-million-dollar price tags, who can afford them?
His views on the moon landing and chemtrails are almost more famous than his political policies, but Colin Craig is a man on the rise.
Children as young as 10 are getting melanoma in New Zealand, even children who have not had much exposure to the sun.
Wed 27 Nov 2013 8:30p.m.
A former police officer speaks out about a murder case she worked on more than a decade ago.
Reporter Phil Vine gained ringside seats for Gentiane’s big fight – a brutal match against a young kickboxer 14 years her junior.
Natasha Utting meets some young sufferers with a debilitating pain condition that many doctors have never heard of.
Wed 20 Nov 2013 8:30p.m.
Why is a government minister waging war against the owner of a caravan park?
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