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The Ripple Effect - Where are we now? Chapter five takes a more in-depth look at what has changed for New Zealand in the last year, focussing on gun law reform and healing the rupture of the New Zealand psyche.
The Ripple Effect - The Fallout. Chapter four takes us from March 22 and the first Friday prayer services at mosques around the country to the National Memorial Service at Hagley Park on March 29.
The Ripple Effect - What Happened Next. Chapter two looks at the aftermath. The hours that followed the shootings, the confusion, the panic and the excruciating wait family members faced for information about their loved ones caught up in the attacks.
The Ripple Effect - The Day After. Chapter three combs through the events that took place in that first week following March 15.
The Ripple Effect - The Beginning. Chapter one examines what happened at the two mosques that day through the eyes of those who witnessed the carnage first hand.
Focus: “It’s not over yet” - 6 bodies recovered from White Island, 2 still missing.
Nearly three weeks of trial, 39 witnesses, and just over five hours of jury deliberation returned a unanimous guilty verdict in the case of murdered British backpacker Grace Millane.
Grace Millane murder trial: Accused admits to disposing of body. Video / Chris Tarpey
Focus: Operation Frontia. Massive amount of meth caught on the coast. Video / Mike Scott
Documentary: New Zealand has tried and failed to fix its methamphetamine crisis for 20 years. Now the country is facing a second wave of the epidemic.
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.