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Paddy Gower talks to Bill English about U-turns and new taxes, housing development in Auckland and benefit increases.
Lisa Owen asks Grant Robertson where Labour stands on superannuation, means-testing and if National has raided Labour’s territory.
Northland doctor and New Zealander of the Year 2014 Lance O’Sullivan gives his verdict on the Budget.
Straight after the Budget we took the pulse of three regions - the Waikato, Manawatu and Canterbury - to gauge reaction.
Lisa Owen wraps up a big week in politics with Tracy Watkins, Fran O’Sullivan & Damon Salesa.
Lisa Owen wraps up the week with Bernard Hickey, Maiki Sherman and Andrew Patterson.
Jeremy Corbett & Paul Ego look at who’s bullying who in politics this week.
US journalist Ken Auletta looks at how Google has become one of the world’s most powerful and profitable companies.
The Civil Aviation Authority says Bob Jones being thrown off an Air New Zealand flight is punishment enough.
Jeremy Corbett & Paul Ego with their unique take on the week’s political news.
Jeremy Corbett & Paul Ego from 7 Days take a wry look at free trade deals and the whereabouts of NZ troops.
Jeremy Corbett and Paul Ego poke fun at this week's political shenanigans.
Lisa Owen talks to housing researcher Professor Philippa Howden-Chapman, Jason and Jess Holdaway from Frank Stationery.
A new star rating system for food is about to hit the supermarket shelves.
With the Government promising ACC levy cuts, Torben Akel asks if it’s too little, too late and whether Kiwis are missing out on the care they need.
Michael Woodhouse talks about the impact of the immigration boom on NZ.
Lucy Warhurst looks at what it’s going to take to get Auckland’s transport moving.
Lisa Owen wraps up the week with Sudhvir Singh, Toby Manhire & Matthew Hooton.
Investigative journalist Nick Davies exposed the UK phone scandal, taking on the powerful media empire of Rupert Murdoch.
Jeremy Corbett & Paul Ego flag up some of their burning political issues of the week.
Simon Bridges says Auckland probably needs fewer big, ‘iconic’ transport projects and more small ones that deal with congestion.
Sam Lotu-Iiga talks to Lisa Owen about the big new private prison that’s taking its first inmates shortly.
With the promised surplus off the cards, Bill English talks about what we can expect in this month’s Budget.
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