Part two: Inside charter schools
It is one of the most controversial issues regarding charter schools - the idea that a church, such as Destiny Church, or an ethnic group, like a Maori trust, can start their own school to suit their own interests.
In the second of Close Up's series on charter schools, Gill Higgins heads to Birmingham to a sikh part of the city where the UK's first faith school of its kind has been set up.
Head of the Waipareira Trust, John Tamihere, and the president of New Zealand Educational Institute, Ian Leckie, discuss the issue.
The Hobbit battle
A local provider says he cannot even advertise the fact that his property overlooks The Hobbit's backdrop when trying to attract tourists to New Zealand.
A matter of simple copyright or big boy bullying? Abby Scott explains.
Richie McCaw's book
Close Up caught up with the All Blacks captain at Eden Park on his book and his best kept secrets.