It has become the never-ending story, the weekly carnage in downtown New Zealand. Last year, 3500 people were admitted to hospital in Auckland alone from alcohol-related injuries. The vast majority are young. So what's being done?
Mark Crysell and producer Vanessa Forrest spent a night with the cops trying to keep order on the streets of our biggest city.
Plus Wellington doctor Paul Quigley and Rebecca Williams from Alcohol Healthwatch talk to Mark.
Bishop attacked over cathedral decision
Is the flak the bishop of Christchurch is copping because she wants to demolish the cathedral or because she's Canadian?
There's no doubt many in Christchurch including some of her own flock are unhappy with the demolition plan but it seems to have turned personal.
She's been attacked for her decision, attacked for her accent. Sometimes just plain attacked.
Abby Scott spent a day in the life of the controversial cleric.
Marriage proposal goes viral
Think you did something special when you popped the question? Well Close Up shows what has to be, as public proposals go, one of the best.