Watch 6PM Bulletin
Sat 9:30am / Sun 10am
Treasury boss Gabriel Makhlouf talks to Lisa Owen about the impact of the international economic recovery on NZ and the challenges facing the country.
Tony Blair’s former press secretary Alastair Campbell discusses the UK election campaign.
Tony Wright looks at the obsession with ‘the ANZACs’ in Australia and asks if they’ve become over-commercialised.
Lisa Owen wraps up the week with Phil O’Reilly, Steve Maharey & Laila Harre.
Jeremy Corbett & Paul Ego from 7 Days ponder what’s in a name.
Jeremy Jones takes an animated look at John Key’s musings on the surplus and the entertainment value of Campbell Live.
Associate Health Minister Peter Dunne talks to Lisa Owen about what’s changed on the ground since legal highs were pulled from the shelves.
The godfather of the NZ legal highs industry Matt Bowden plans to crowd-fund to get a safe legal high back on the market in three years.
Jeremy Corbett explains why he’s flying solo in this week’s episode.
Jeremy Corbett and Paul Ego on the big political event of the weekend.
The sharp-suited kings of satire Jeremy Corbett and Paul Ego with their summary of the political week.
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.
Lucy Warhurst looks at what the Auckland Housing Accord has achieved halfway through its three-year term.
Auckland’s Deputy Mayor Penny Hulse calls for a cross-party accord to address Auckland’s housing issues.
Lisa Owen wraps up the week with Shamubeel Eaqub, Julie Hardaker & Russell Brown
Jeremy Jones' animated take on the kiwi dollar’s rise against the Aussie.
Lucy Warhurst tours a Hobsonville Pt property that has gone up $70,000 in value in just six months.
Incoming Northland MP Winston Peters says he will stand again in the seat in 2017.
Lisa Owen dissects the Northland by-election result with Mike Williams, Tau Henare and Patrick Gower
National campaign chair Steven Joyce says National doesn't have big hopes about working with Winston Peters on reforms like the RMA.
Jeremy Jones' animated take on who took the hit in that by-election.
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