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We were about to set off to the Philippines to follow Phil Cooper, a Christchurch businessman determined to put on a show in the heart of typhoon-devastated Tacloban on the island of Leyte.
If there's one over-riding realisation as we reflect on our time in the Philippines it's this: turns out there is a hope in Hell.
"It's taken two years for Alasdair Thompson to risk going public again - and when you see him on 3rd Degree you'll get an inkling as to why he's been silent."
Guyon Espiner addresses criticism from people who say his story was a 'puff piece' and that the private lives of politicians should be off-limits.
"Courage takes many forms - sometimes, the bravest thing to do is stand up and be heard."
The long, slow passage of time has been a common theme as we’ve continued to investigate the miscarriage of justice against Teina Pora.
It’s easy to be outraged about the Teina Pora case and then forget about it. But just before you do, think about what it must be like for him.
I don’t like Paedophiles and I don’t like doing stories on paedophiles, so it was a hard decision to approve the story on James Parker.
Commit his name to memory; you're going to hear a lot about Steven Adams in the coming weeks - and even years.
The Patridges had asked a series of questions about what happened, but had not heard anything back, so decided to chase it up with the hospital.
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