TVNZ is bringing live coverage of the first two rounds of the PGA, LPGA and European golf tours to Freeview from today.
Curtis (Jayden Daniels) goes a step too far when he tries it on with Lucy (Grace Palmer) but will Lucy give into temptation? And will Dayna (Lucy Elliott) find out about his betrayal?
Meanwhile, is there another wedding on the horizon – Does Harper (Ria Vandervis) say “yes” or will she take a walk on the wild side with Shortland Street‘s new Doctor?
On Tuesday night, the Hannah family farewell their beloved Pixie (Thomasin McKenzie) in an emotional funeral service.
Shortland Street, 7pm weeknights on TV2.
The fourth biennial Audi quattro Winter Games NZ are taking place over the next week, with all the finals action delayed on TV3 and coverage of all stages live-streamed online.
Pania gets political this week on Shortland Street. Manipulative Pania Stevens (Bree Peters) is only just starting to show her true colours.
1. The Reserve Bank wants a bigger deposit from Auckland property investors. If that doesn’t work, what’s next? From London, HSBC bank economist Liz Martins talks about what the Bank of England has done to cool the UK’s housing market and the impact it’s had there.
2. NZ First Winston Peters and Green Party co-leader Metiria Turei talk housing and the upcoming budget with Political Editor Corin Dann. The Greens will tell us about a new policy too. Continue reading »
1. Labour leader Andrew Little returns from his trip to the UK on Sunday where he met UK Labour leader Ed Miliband and French economist Thomas Piketty. Heather du Plessis-Allan asks him what he learnt that might grow Labour’s support here?
2. Heather also interviews National MP Judith Collins about her future in politics. Continue reading »