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Julia Ebner says creating identities to go undercover and infiltrate extreme groups was like creating characters for a novel. But it didn't always go to plan. She discusses her new book Going Dark,… Audio
The SIS says New Zealand Jihadi brides continue to be a security concern because they could return here. Audio
Panic over so-called jihadi brides could have been avoided with a phone call to the Muslim community, the Human Rights Commissioner says.
Political commentators Mike Williams and Matthew Hooton discuss the week in politics. Audio
The Green Party has accused the government of politicising the intelligence and security agencies, in the wake of debate over "jihadi brides".
The Prime Minister denies New Zealand's intelligence and security agencies is being politicised, in the wake of the debate over jihadi brides. Audio
The Minister in Charge of the SIS, Chris Finlayson told reporters at Parliament it was irrelevant where the women left from, despite calls in Parliament for an apology. Video, Audio
The Prime Minister John Key is under fire over accusations that he's been scaremongering over so-called "jihadi brides" but said he would not be apologising. Audio
New Zealand women who left to join ISIS as jihadi brides left from Australia not here. Audio
The Islamic Women's Council says the government needs to stop "fear-mongering" after it inaccurately implied women were leaving NZ to become "jihadi brides". Audio
None of the so-called jihadi brides the Security Intelligence Service said had travelled to Isis-controlled areas in the Middle East had been living in New Zealand at the time. Audio
The Government is being accused of misleading the public over New Zealand jihadi brides. Audio
The Security Intelligence Service has revealed that none of the so-called "jihadi brides" who became headline news last year actually left from New Zealand. Audio
What drives a teenager raised in the West to leave her home and family to become a jihadi bride? Audio
Jihadi brides who join IS often go on to actively recruit more women to come to Syria, a researcher says. Audio
The government has not cancelled the passports of any of the women it says have gone to marry jihadist fighters in Syria and Iraq and they are free to return.
The Islamic Women's Council is demanding proof New Zealand women are joining Islamic State as jihadi brides. Audio