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The Paul Henry Show
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David Farrier discusses the best of the best from the festival, and describes the moment he met Bill Murray.
While Saturday night's result wasn't a surprise to everyone, plenty of people were taken aback by the National Party's victory, which will enable it to govern alone.
Hip Hop Eration is a documentary about an elderly hip-hop crew from Waiheke Island on a mission to get to the world champs in Las Vegas.
After what's being described as one of the dirtiest campaigns on record, it shouldn't come as a surprise the final day had its own drama.
The two major parties have been suffering in the polls and despite a big lead over Labour, there's no certainty that the National Party will be able to form a Government next week.
Wayne Tempero joined Paul this evening to discuss why Dotcom would expose himself to the risk of having people see an email that might be fake.
Official polls have the Conservatives within a whisker of the five percent threshold, plus they claim they have seen other polls which put them much higher than that.
The Maori Party co-leader believes that people recognise the role the party has had to play in terms of influencing the Government in a positive way.
At the Green Parrot in Wellington, Nick attempts to name types of geometric shapes, in 10 seconds.
At the Christchurch Shihad concert, Mark attempts to name nine orchestral instruments, in 10 seconds.
In the corner of Totara Ave and Great North Rd in New Lynn, Arvinda attempts to name popular current New Zealand MP's, in 10 seconds.
In the latest 3 News-Reid Research poll, the Green Party polled at 14 percent. Their goal is to reach 15 percent by election night.
Murphy's bush is popular with young children and families, as well as "men who are engaging in sexual activity".
Metro Magazine editor Simon Wilson says the 'Moment of Truth' was not about Dotcom, but was instead an event looking at the question of mass surveillance in New Zealand.
Hundreds of people packed the Auckland Town Hall tonight for Kim Dotcom's 'Moment of Truth' event.
After what you might describe as an aggressive week on the campaign trail, Mana Party leader Hone Harawira has not been someone you would consider to be easily rattled.
Byrne is in New Zealand for one show only – he returns to Auckland with an encore performance, You Name The Show.
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