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Prime Minister John Key talks to Patrick Gower from the G20 summit in Brisbane.
Chris Finlayson admits some people on a Government watch-list of potential foreign fighters may be just "juvenile fantasists" but others are alienated from society.
David Kilcullen, a former adviser to General David Petraeus in Iraq, says combating IS could take years and NZ needs to prepare itself for a domestic attack.
Lisa Owen wraps up the week's political news with Josie Pagani, Tova O'Brien & Stephen Franks
It's 30 years since Sir Roger Douglas delivered his first Budget, which kicked off nearly a decade of massive economic reforms.
Jeremy Corbett & Paul Ego with their satirical take on the best of this week's political news.
The four Labour leadership candidates join Lisa Owen for a special debate in front of a live audience in the swing city of Hamilton.
The four candidates go head-to-head on policies, what went wrong in the election and where to from here.
A new star rating system for food is about to hit the supermarket shelves.
Patrick Gower talks to Greens co-leader Russel Norman about the GCSB and his relationship with National.
Torben Akel finds out what the locals in three bellwether booths think about the election campaign.
The would-be Labour leaders debate party positioning and coalition partners, and what they are really like as people.
Lisa Owen reviews the performance of the would-be Labour leaders with Patrick Gower, Nick Leggett and Damon Salesa.
Members of the audience get their chance to put the Labour candidates on the spot.
Jeremy Corbett & Paul Ego with their satirical take on this week's political news.
Paula Bennett says the Government could sell off thousands of state houses but denies it amounts to a big asset sale.
NZ Ambassador to the US Mike Moore and Kiwi businessman Chris Liddell talk about the implications of the US midterm elections next week.
Lisa Owen wraps up the week in politics with Jon Johannson, Fran O'Sullivan & Patrick Gower
Jeremy Corbett & Paul Ego with their satirical take on the week's news.
Move over Rod Drury and Sam Morgan; Lucy Warhurst meets the next generation of NZ entrepreneurs and finds out what makes them different.
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