With austerity widening society's cracks, the number of people reported missing in London alone has increased 77 percent since 2010.
Dozens of vulnerable residents were evicted from a Melbourne hostel so that the property could be renovated for a reality show.
At the "Stay Inn" every guest is a survivor.
River Jayden knows what it's like to sleep rough, and now her Christchurch charity Street Wise hopes to make life a little easier for the city's "street whānau".
Mayor Phil Goff says it is "800 too many" as the results of a homeless survey are released.
In May, Alva and her children were kicked out of their home. Now, they're part of a group of 37,000 homeless people in emergency accommodations in Berlin.
Ashley Sims is convinced that "professional beggars" are taking over his hometown.
"Jogger Joe" isn't the only one mistreating homeless people in the Bay Area.
Homeless Londoners are gravitating towards a Stratford shopping centre, raising questions about the local borough's Olympic "regeneration".
Plus the future of our prison policy, and a new chief scientist.
Plus the 160th Anniversary of Kingitanga and a human trafficking ship aimed for New Zealand.
With affordable housing facing a crunch under Trump, it's harder than ever for young families to cope. Still, some find the support they need.