She makes the tea, sorts the photocopying, does the filing. Why then, is 18-year-old Emma so happy with her life?
3rd Degree producer Eugene Bingham enters a race for madmen – a 100km run along winding bush tracks and steep hills.
Julie and Siahn say: “We just connected, we just clicked".
Financial commentator Bernard Hickey is in the studio.
Could David Ross be New Zealand’s version of Bernie Madoff?
Sarah Hall’s latest assignment was to visit New Zealand’s most luxurious lodges.
Hannibal Hayes is a legend in his own lifetime – a fearless chopper pilot who has probably saved more lives than anyone else in New Zealand.
Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse talks about the three words missing from migrant legislation that could let accused people smugglers walk free.
Guyon Espiner meets a Thai woman accused of smuggling workers into New Zealand.
When the Gray family run into money problems, the receivers come in and all hell breaks loose.
Why would anyone want to gun down a young father and husband as he headed off to milk cows in the early hours of the morning?
When Scott Guy was murdered in his driveway outside his Feilding home in 2010, his sister Anna was simply devastated.
Guyon Espiner travelled to the UK to meet the woman who committed a mysterious murder, but now writes murder mysteries.
Guyon Espiner investigated the big tobacco companies in 2012 to discover how they plan to stymie a smoke-free New Zealand.
Many a rapist and murderer says they are innocent. But what if it’s actually true?
Has the ACC been on a determined campaign to "exit" long-term claimants?
It was the story which caused the big ACC blow-up.
Anna Guy spoke frankly to reporter Sarah Hall about her brother's murder, and the arrest and trial of her husband.
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