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Story host Duncan Garner has persuaded violent offender Casey Cowan to turn himself in to police.

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If you haven’t heard by now, Graham Brazier, the frontman of Kiwi band Hello Sailor​, passed away on Friday. He was only 63 years old.

One of the band’s biggest hits, Gutter Black, is not only an excellent New Zealand song from 1977, but it was also the theme song on TV3’s Outrageous Fortune.

In remembrance of Graham, please enjoy this performance of Gutter Black which was aired on Outrageous Fortune.

Really sad news about Graham Brazier, frontman of Hello Sailor, who passed away this morning. One of the group’s biggest hits ‘Gutter Black’ was the theme song on Outrageous Fortune.

Posted by TV3 on Thursday, 3 September 2015

TV3 have announced the teams that will be competing on The Block NZ: Villa Wars, the fourth locally-produced season of the international hit renovation-reality series.

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TV3 is delighted to announce that real estate agent Bernadette Morrison and interior designer Jason Bonham will be judging The Block NZ: Villa Wars in 2015.

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John Campbell is joining Radio New Zealand (RNZ) as a drive-time news and current affairs presenter, fronting a proposed new multi-media programme.

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The Block NZ host Shannon Ryan has announced she will not feature on the reality renovation show when it returns to our screens next month.

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MediaWorks is pleased to announce that Michelin star chef Josh Emett and acclaimed restaurateur Mark Wallbank will be joining Al Brown on the judging panel of TV3’s MasterChef New Zealand.

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BiancaSeinafoBianca Seinafo is What Now‘s newest presenter.

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The news of Toni Street giving birth to her baby girl, was announced on Seven Sharp last night.



Age: 26
Occupation: Co-owner of Clean Paleo Ltd
Hometown: Martinborough
Height: 190cm

Arthur Green (26) is ambitious, active, handsome and very down to earth.

He grew up on a farm in Martinborough, later spending time in Wellington, then Christchurch before heading to university in Dunedin to study Sport Science.

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