8:12 AM.Kate Gudsell investigates exactly what the government's planned social bonds are, the risks, and asks who would want to invest in them?
8:12 AM.Sally Round reports from Fiji on the efforts to rebuild people's lives after the devastating impact of Cyclone Winston.
8:12 AM.RNZs Education Correspondent John Gerritsen, investigates what's working and what's not in special education, as it faces unprecedented scrutiny from parents, teachers and the government.
On Insight this week the BBC and an international team of investigative journalists reveal unprecedented detail of the inner workings of the off-shore finance industry and its use by rogue states and criminals.
8:12 AM. Graeme Acton asks if the lives of Myanmar's Rohingya people will improve now Aung San Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy is in power.
8:12 AM.Peter Newport continues his Insight exploration into some of the country's serious air accidents investigations.
8:12 AM.In the first part of a two-part investigation, Insight explores concerns over the robustness of the some of the country’s most serious air accidents investigations.
7:50 AM.Insight travels to Myanmar to find out how democracy is unfolding after decades of harsh military rule.
7:50 AM.Insight explores New Zealand's increasing focus on doing business with the Asia-Pacific region and where that leaves trade with Europe.
8:12 AM. RNZ's Political Editor, Jane Patterson, travels to the US and finds widespread anger at Washington politicians and big money impacting on the presidential primary race.
8:12 AM.Alexa Cook explores the dairy goat and sheep industry to find out why more people are keen to get involved.
8:12 AM.Karen Brown investigates how good the new-generation cancer drugs, such the melanoma treatment Keytruda, really are and if NZ should fund them.
8:12 AM.Working families with young children and babies are being left homeless and sleeping in cars in Auckland. Lauren Baker investigates for Insight.
8:12 AM.Belinda McCammon tracks progress in Christchurch 5 years after the earthquake that killed 185 people
8:12 AM.Philippa Tolley explores if more needs to be done to safeguard public access to the great outdoors