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Hidden on Auckland's North Shore is a 100 strong group of Senior Citizens bound together by a particular taste-Welcome to Tripe Club.
My Breakup With God - How Caitlyn Cook left religion and found her power in tantric sex. WARNING: Contains sexual themes and some nudity. Video / Loading Docs
Water Baby - How free diver William Trubridge and his partner Sachiko Fukumoto had their baby underwater. Video / Loading Docs
What does ‘Nek Minnit’ mean to you? To Levi Hawken it signals the moment that defined him. Speaking for the first time in a new Loading Docs short documentary, the man who became a meme recalls his joke that birthed a viral catchphrase and turned him into an internet caricature.
Mum Holly and her two boys have been sharing a bed for years, until Variety, The Children’s Charity came to the rescue. To make a donation and provide a bed for a Kiwi kid this winter go to
In March 2015 John Beckenridge and his stepson Mike Zhao-Beckenridge disappeared. The car they were travelling was discovered at the base of a Catlins cliff in Southland but no bodies were found, and the Police investigation continues as a missing persons case.
Seeing Maddison Blitvich for the first time can be shock with her cone-shaped head but get to know this 2-year-old and you will leave only seeing her beauty within.
It has been 25 years since 2-year-old Amber-Lee Cruickshank disappeared from Kingston on the shore of Lake Wakatipu. Initially she was presumed drown but quickly police and her mother Nicola suspected something far more sinister happened to the little blonde girl.
In March 2015, Louise Hull, one of the country’s most renowned whitewater kayakers, went under in the rapids of the Kaituna River and never came up. This is the story of her death but it is also a story of renewal, as those closest to her keep her memory alive by celebrating her sense of adventure.
Three students are completing their final year at the beleaguered Papakura High School. Along with their inspirational new principal, the students and school are fighting perceptions and decline in order to survive.