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The Paul Henry Show
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Left wing commentator Josie Pagani and ACT Party leader David Seymour discuss the big stories of the year.
The X-Factor runner up performs his latest single 'A Good Man' live at the Federal Deli in Auckland.
After Robyn Sines stole our Paul Henry Show sign, he or she, took it on a few little road trips.
"Winning the election was great," say Mr Key, however he describes the campaign as being the low-light of the year.
Online entertainment editor Daniel Rutledge has named The Raid 2 as his favourite film of 2014.
For political analyst Matthew Hooton, Prime Minister John Key was the biggest political winner of 2014.
As the Paul Henry Show draws to a close, the team will be bringing viewers the best moments of the show.
It's never been cooler to be seen looking like you've been working out, but these clothes are not for working out in.
From Waitangi to Wanaka, thousands of Kiwis lined up for a chance to play 9 in 10.
On Wellington's Courtenay Place, Maria was able to name over nine male names in the Bible, in 10 seconds.
On Auckland's Franklin Rd, Taki attempts to name nine streets in Auckland, in 10 seconds.
British rockers Jethro Tull are in the country for five shows - frontman Ian Anderson speaks on how thrilled he is to be in New Zealand.
For political editor Patrick Gower, the defining moment in politics for 2014 was the Moment of Truth, which was a "mega belly flop".
Storm & India Tea Sisters are on a mission to show their bespoke blends, brews, elixirs and treats.
An unknown number of gunmen in a Sydney cafe are thought to be holding up to 15 people, some of whom have been used as human shields.
For Kiwi singer Tim Beveridge's new album, Christmas Is, $10 from every purchase will go to local community hospices nationwide.
Communications consultant Trish Sherson, and director at Dart Public Affairs, Ryan Malone, discuss the week's events.
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