THEY’VE DONE IT! The Black Caps will be the first ever New Zealand cricket team to progress to an ICC Cricket World Cup Final, and you can continue to support them with PRIME’s live coverage from 4.30pm on Sunday 29th March. Continue reading »
Many infant formula exporters are angry at how the 1080 food scare has been handled. Heather du Plessis-Allan interviews Primary Industries Minister, Nathan Guy – did we get it right? Is the threat over? And what will happen next time there’s a scare?
Are you looking for a big pay rise this year? Teachers, police and other public servants are. But will you get it? And is it time for new ways to tame the Auckland housing market? Political Editor Corin Dann has an in-depth interview with Finance Minister, Bill English. Continue reading »
Labour leader Andrew Little is interviewed by Heather du Plessis-Allan. How is he going to change Labour? And what is his vision for a new way of working and doing business in New Zealand. Continue reading »
21 ladies will begin their challenge to win over New Zealand’s first Bachelor on March 17th at 7:30pm on TV3 with a 90 minute season premiere and then a second hour long episode on the 18th.
Should New Zealand troops go to Iraq? Why are they going? The conflict with Islamic State and our relationship with Australia are on Q+A this weekend, as Prime Minister John Key holds talks with Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott. Political Editor Corin Dann has an in-depth interview with John Key live on Sunday morning.
Plus – Simon Dallow interviews Labour’s Defence spokesperson Phil Goff and Terrorism expert, Professor Richard Jackson on whether the strategy in Iraq will work. Continue reading »
7 Days returns this Friday on TV3.
BBC Four have a new comedy series about to launch called Asylum which has been described as the “Julian Assange Sitcom” about Dan Hern, an Assange/Snowden type character stuck inside an embassy. Much of the comedy comes from the introduction of Ludo Backslash, who is broadly based on German-Finnish internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom – an irritating young hacker wanted by the authorities for setting up an illegal file-sharing website, he is also claiming asylum at the fictional El Rican Embassy.
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MTV New Zealand today released the trailer for the fourth season of the critically-acclaimed docu-series, Catfish: The TV Show. The series will return on Tuesday, 24th March at 8.30pm NZT on MTV, Sky Channel 014.
BROADCHURCH returns tonight (TV ONE 8:35pm) and many loyal viewers have a very valid question after the seemingly ‘all loose ends tied up’ conclusion of the first gripping season: What now?
What a year.
We cried and cheered for the deaths of Roimata, Josh, Sarah and Brett. We farewelled Nate, Vasa, Ava, Brooke, Toby, Emma and Evan.
We cringed when “Sup Bro” came out of Chris Warner’s mouth. We giggled when Leanne asked if Sarah and TK’s child was named Trifecta. We started to watch the finale with high hopes and nerves before they fell when we reaised nothing was really going to happened. Offscreen, we loved James’ sweater collection at Shorty Street Scandal and wondered who let Ben Mitchell do another interview.