05:19 Donald Trump has clinched the Republican Party nomination for President.

04:37 A world first selection of maori emojis is set be released to Smart phone users in July with a keyboard called "Emotiki"

04:16 The remains of sixty Maori and Moriori will be welcomed home from overseas, where they've been kept in institutes for more than 100 years

21:11 A 31-year-old man has been charged with the murder of Christchurch woman Renee Duckmanton.

15:12 The Ministry for Primary Industries has laid animal welfare charges over an investigation into the mistreatment of bobby calves in Waikato.

Thu, 29 Sep 2011

Deep Survival - why do some survive traumatic events when others don't?

James Coleman talks to Professor Jim McLennan Psychologist at LaTrobe University in Melbourne on the theory of deep survival - why do some people survive traumatic events and others don't?

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