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The first of three televised debates took place this evening with Prime Minister John Key and Labour leader David Cunliffe going head-to-head.
Tonight on the Paul Henry Show we met Donald, a young professional who is currently working out who will get his vote in this election.
Based in New York, the street style photographer works for big names such as Vogue and has so far enjoyed his time at the New Zealand Fashion Week.
The Zambesi brand is one of the best fashion labels in New Zealand, so David Farrier went backstage for a sneak peek as they got ready for their big show.
National down, as is Labour, but it is the increased popularity of NZ First and the Conservatives Party, that's raised eyebrows.
Tributes have flooded the internet for Dr Sarah Potts and tonight Paul questions whether Shortland Street has gone a little too far this time.
The illuminated experience that sees the displays of the Bridge of Light, Boing Boing Gloop Machine and The Screaming Rapture shows transform the city.
Entrepreneur Derek Handley believes that the polls in the upcoming election will not be accurate as "these polls won't include anyone under 30 as we don't have land lines".
On the corner of Richmond Street and The Esplanade in Petone, Wellington, Rose attempts to name nine kinds of world currencies, in 10 seconds.
On Ponsonby Rd in the Little Easy Pub, Matthew attempts to name nine star signs, in 10 seconds.
At the Southern Cross Garden Bar, Lara attempts to name nine grape varieties used for wine, in 10 seconds.
Hone Harawira is certainly a character that people seem to either love or hate, but what do we know really about him?
Paul's youngest daughter, gives her views on matters of political interest - not matters of interest to her - but the political stories captivating the media.
Cirque du Soleil's latest show to hit Kiwi shores opens tomorrow and it promises to take the audience on an acrobatic journey.
There hasn't been a big top spectacle in Auckland like this for five years, partly because it's a logistical nightmare to get here.
National and Labour's 2014 political party ads have so far been unsurprising - advertising guru Mike Hutcheson joins Paul to dissect the advertisements.
As New Zealand gets closer to September 20, Rebecca Wright went to find out what sort ideas are rattling around in ACT Leader Jamie Whyte head
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