It only takes three days of sobriety bring potheads back to Earth, new research finds.
They're attempting to cross the Cook Strait, raising money and awareness along the way.
The singer says she was in denial for years.
There was no evidence of any link to Islamist militancy and the suspect was not a refugee.
"Never thought I'd ask this and wish I didn't have to, but does anyone know any single dad groups?"
"If you don't open yourself up, children won't believe your message."
"I reached a point where I didn't want to do a thing or go anywhere."
"I had a lot of things going on in my life and there was something wrong...and you just knew it, you just felt it."
"It feels like I'm about to die, and I'm not exaggerating when I say that - my heart is going a million miles an hour."
The Project spoke to an expert to kick off Anxiety Week.
"I believed it was sweet-as for my hands and feet to go numb when I was worrying."
Andrew Holland, a schizophrenic prisoner, had been strapped to a chair for 46 hours straight in the lead-up to his death.
Mike Wesley-Smith interviews survivors campaigning to change one of our most recognisable legal phrases
"Sarah" was a mental health nurse attacked by a man acquitted on insanity grounds.
"There were gaps in the system. I thought if more people could have this thing... maybe that could act as a net."
It comes just weeks after 17 were killed in the deadliest high school shooting in US history.
Mike King is confident big changes are coming.
Researchers in Britain took a defeatist approach, but one Auckland school is still battling the issue.
The neighbour told her if he doesn't keep quiet they will lodge a formal complaint.