Afghan interpreters plead for help
They have been the ears and voices for our troops in Afghanistan, some of them for almost a decade.
But when our forces pull out next year, the Afghan interpreters will be left behind. They say their lives are in danger and that without the soldiers' protection, they will be targetted by the Taliban.
Alexi O'Brien caught up with one former interpreter who is now living in Christchurch and pleading with the Government to save his friends and family.
Plus, Mark asks Defence Minister Jonathan Coleman if he's willing to abandon them.
Bullrush returns to schools
Schools are playing bullrush again.
Has the sky fallen in? Are the accident and emergency wards full of school kids? Matt Chisholm finds out.
Defence Force artist's Antarctic mission
With all the cost-cutting in the Defence Force, you might think there's no room for luxuries.
But we've found one thing our armed forces haven't spared. And
you might be surprised to know - it's an artist.
Heather du Plessis-Allan travelled with the official Defence Force artist Matt Gauldie on his latest assignment.