The War On Drugs
Is The World’s Weirdest Drug Market In New Zealand?
New Zealand is overrun with meth and new synthetic drugs – sold by fierce biker gangs. But, this is how one psychedelic rockstar almost managed to end their War on Drugs!
How Fish Heads Are Improving New Zealand
In Auckland, NZ, The Kai Ika Project was created to utilize fish heads, frames and offal which were previously going to waste.
How A 50 Year Old Pho Recipe Ended Up In New Zealand
Try It Out is a three generation family owned and operated Vietnamese restaurant in Auckland, New Zealand.
Under The Ink
Papua New Guinean Traditional Tattoos
We follow Julia Mage’au Gray into the world of Pasifika (Pacific Islander) traditional tattoos and its resurgence within modern-day Australia and New Zealand.
Hunting the One Percent’s Doomsday Bunkers in New Zealand
Journalist Baz MacDonald searches for evidence of the survival bunkers being shipped to New Zealand, while investigating the factors causing this rise in paranoia among the rich and the effect this rhetoric has on their destination of choice.
VICE News Tonight on HBO
American Muslims contemplate taking up arms in self-defense
Some Muslims in the U.S. want to arm their mosques
DESUS & MERO / Clip
New Zealand is so safe meow that cats can be police officers.
Matty Soaks Up Maori Culture in New Zealand
In this extra scene, Matty gets insight into the strength behind Maori culture today. Dead Set on Life airs Thursday at 10:30 p.m. on VICELAND.
FAFSWAG: Auckland's Underground Vogue Scene
For a growing community of young LGBTQ Māori and Pacific Islanders in Auckland, the vogue scene is a place of expression and sanctuary. We meet some of the scene’s breakout stars to understand how their personal journey’s intersected with voguing.
NEEDLES & PINS / Clip
The Resurgence of Maori Ta Moko
Grace travels to New Zealand and meets the people behind the Maori Ta Moko tattoo resurgence.
Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia.. / web
The Synthetic Marijuana Steampunk Rock Opera
Hamilton Morris travels to New Zealand to meet the king pin of New Zealand’s legal highs crusading for his fading dream for future of drug control.