Alleged predator named
A woman who was held captive and suffered years of shocking abuse at the hands of her employer has won the right to reveal her face and that of her tormentor.
The 79-year-old dementia sufferer walked free from court after being deemed unfit to plead against charges relating to acts against four women between 1960 and 1980.
Heather Walsh told Close Up three weeks ago that she was prepared to lose her right to anonymity if William Cornelius could be exposed.
More and more mums are turning to goat milk infant formula as the only thing that will settle their baby.
Local demand has trebled in the past three years and local farmers can't keep up.
Limits are in place but the shelves are still empty, and for some it's a matter of life and death.
Abby Scott reports.
The Herdman family are hoping to take Baby Inara to Austria to complete the No Tube programme
You can make a donation to Inara Herdman through Westpac:
Inara Herdman Appeal Account: 03-0674-0449488-00
New face of campaigning
Every few seconds someone signs up in protest against asset sales, having their say without even leaving their desk.
But does it replace the old approach of pickets and street petitions?
Jennifer Conlon is on a mission - a traditional campaigner fighting a local cause, but getting nowhere.
Gill Higgins investigates.
If you want to support Jennifer's campaign to slow the traffic outside several schools on Atkinson Road, then go to change.org and type in "Atkinson Road" to find her petition.