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The Paul Henry Show
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With less than three weeks until the election, National has several growing problems. How much more dirt is there to come?
The beginning of the month marks the beginning of Blue September - an initiative to educate Kiwi men on the risks of prostate cancer.
She's been a member of Labour, NewLabour, Alliance and now leads the Internet Party - she met up with Rebecca Wright for a round of rapid fire questions in her home.
New Zealand First leader has also caused quite a stir this week challenging Justice Minister Judith Collins to sue him for defamation.
The first of three televised debates took place this evening with Prime Minister John Key and Labour leader David Cunliffe going head-to-head.
Judith Collins seemed calm and confident at a debate in her Papakura electorate, but the latest 3 News poll suggests that 63 percent of voters believe Mr Key should sack her.
The Paul Henry Show got a sneak peak at the main Stolen Girlfriends Club Fashion Week show, where the catwalk was replaced with a dirt track at Western Springs Speedway.
Hone Harawira is certainly a character that people seem to either love or hate, but what do we know really about him?
Tonight in Auckland, the children's charity 'variety' held a fundraising bash in aid of its Kiwi kid sponsorship drive.
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.
After more than 10 years since we first heard the gorgeous voice of Brooke Fraser and three stunning multi-platinum albums later, she is back.
National down, as is Labour, but it is the increased popularity of NZ First and the Conservatives Party, that's raised eyebrows.
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.
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".
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