Same-sex marriage in New Zealand has become a near
certainty after legislation to allow it passed its first
reading in Parliament on Wednesday by 80 votes to 40. Labour
MP Louisa Wall, who is sponsoring the Marriage (Definition of
Marriage) Amendment Bill, says the legislation will not force
church priests or ministers to conduct same-sex marriages. So
why has the Bill attracted so much opposition from church
leaders? Reporter Allison Rudd investigates.