A weekly investigative documentary exploring what is happening in New Zealand and to New Zealanders here and overseas.
Best Factual Weekly Programme at the 2020 NZ Radio Awards
Cramped, rotting and risky - the scale of the hospital fix-up revealed
Insight - The state of many of the country's public hospital buildings is compromising medical care. For the first time there's been a national stocktake. Phil Pennington looks at what's wrong, and asks if it can be fixed.
Lives put on hold by the mosque attacks
Insight - It is a year since the Christchurch mosque attacks, but many are still struggling to recover and to rebuild their lives. In the first six months following the shootings, Conan Young followed the journey of one of the wounded, Ahmed Jahangir.
Ignored by the state - How Muslim women tried to warn of impending danger
The Islamic Women's Council believes it's likely the Christchurch mosque attacks would not have happened if the public service - including police and security agencies - had not ignored their repeated warnings. They have shared their submission to the Royal Commission exclusively with Insight's Philippa Tolley.
Free speech vs hate speech: The government’s dilemma
Free speech crusaders say the sacred right to freedom of expression is under threat. But minority communities say a law change is needed to protect the most vulnerable.
Farmers fear new water rules could push them under
The poor quality of our fresh water is a top worry for New Zealanders. But some farmers fear the new proposals might mean their farms are no longer viable. Philippa Tolley investigates.
How NZ would fare during a world catastrophe
Is New Zealand ready to cope in a global catastrophe? John Gerritsen investigates