Can the South Sydney Rabbitohs break their Premiership drought with their first win since 1971 tonight?
Deputy political editor Michael Parkin talks to Hone Harawira and Andrew Little about their political futures in the wake of the special vote results.
With international dairy prices on the decline, Susan Wood interviews Federated Farmers West Coast provincial president Katie Milne about what it means for farmers, and the economy. Continue reading »
This weekend on The Nation… the ink is drying on John Key’s support deals, but what will they achieve? Lisa Owen talks to Act’s David Seymour, United Future leader Peter Dunne and Maori Party co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell about their new jobs and what’s in store for the next three years.
Then Labour MP Andrew Little fronts up with his prescription for Labour’s rebuild. And, if he stays in Parliament, could he be a dark horse entry in the leadership race? Continue reading »
David Cunliffe resigned as leader of the Labour party on Saturday; but he still wants the top job.
He confirmed he will seek a fresh mandate by throwing his hat in the ring for a leadership primary and he hopes to take on Prime Minister John Key in the 2017 election. Continue reading »
The folks from Ferndale hit the topics of Fiji this week as our favourite drama heads to the islands. Continue reading »
This weekend on The Nation… Labour’s had its worst election result in 92 years, so what happens next? We’ll talk to former Labour president Jim Anderton, CTU president Helen Kelly, and tech entrepreneur and past donor Selwyn Pellett about the party’s future direction and the leadership.
Then, with an unprecedented majority, our reporter Torben Akel examines what’s at the top of National’s to-do list during its third term. Continue reading »
Dinner Wars, one of the most controversial and creative challenges of The Block NZ is back – this week things are heating up in more than just the kitchen for Maree & James, Jo & Damo, Alex & Corban, and Quinn & Ben.
As well as completing the main bathroom and laundry, each team must sharpen their knives, pull on their aprons and pull out all the stops to impress the other contestants at their winning dinner party. Contestants must score each other’s performance – but will they play fair or let their true colours show? Continue reading »
The 7 Days and Jono and Ben at Ten (JABAT) comedians are running their own version of election coverage, with a schedule of entertainment and comedy across TV3, Kiwi FM, the web and social media this Friday and Saturday under the banner DERISION ’14.
7 Days Producer, Jon Bridges says the DERISION ’14 activity is complementary to TV3’s Election Night coverage.
“Elections are important, and TV3 always has the best people and the best pictures on Election Night… but sometimes you just want a bit more fun, a bit more comedy,” he says. Continue reading »