Many immigrants living in New Zealand are receiving pensions from both New Zealand and their home country, Professor Michael Littlewood, co-director o
Act Party leader David Seymour says we need to raise the retirement age to 67 to keep it affordable.
The country's largest provider of counselling services relationships Aotearoa is facing closure after running at a loss - leaving 7000 clients without
Greymouth pensioner Barbara Collett was shocked when she received a bill for $1471 for an ambulance ride to get her partner to Christchurch for surger
If Sky City is going to reduce the size of the convention centre, then the Government should reduce the number of extra pokie machines Sky City gets,
Slavery is occuring in New Zealand's waters on South Korean fishing boats every day according to a new report. Sean Plunket talks to Auckland Univers
People are being raped, forced to eat rotting fish bait to stay alive, and paid as little as 49 cents an hour on Korean fishing boats in our waters.
Paul Henry talks with Charlotte Ryan, MediaWorks producer and on-air radio host, on the latest news in the music world.
Paul Henry talks with 3news reporter Tony Field, who was at SkyCity this morning as new plans for the SkyCity Convention Centre were unveiled.
Paul Henry talks with AMP advice and sales director Blair Vernon on KiwiSaver, and why it's still worth joining up to the scheme now the $1000 kicksta
Paul Henry talks with Otago University food scientist Miranda Mirosa on the news that New Zealand throws away over $870million in food waste every yea
Paul Henry talks with 3news reporter Hamish Clark in Queenstown, followed by MetService meteorologist Georgina Griffiths, on the freezing conditions c
Paul Henry talks with ACT Party leader David Seymour, on the party rejecting Maurice Williamson apparently wanting to ditch the National Party and joi
Paul Henry talks with Aussie correspondent Jason Morrison on the latest headlines across the ditch. Today: the Lindt Café inquest, a tiny house sells
Paul Henry talks with 3news money man Tony Field, thanks to AMP. Today: Fonterra, and how dairy prices are set.
Internal Affairs Minister Peter Dunne says the Government has listened to New Zealanders and adult passports will once again be valid for 10 years. An
Duncan Garner sits down with Teina Pora for an in-depth tell all interview. He reveals what life was like behind bars, his thoughts on the police and
Duncan Garner sits down with Teina Pora for an in-depth tell-all interview. He reveals what life was like behind bars, his thoughts on the police and
New Zealand has done it, now Ireland has done it - why is Australia lagging behind on legalising gay marriage?
AUDIO: Nigel Latta says 'there is no doubt Mark Lundy is guilty'
AUDIO: Mark Sainsbury asks Nanogirl "Does facial hair grow back thicker or faster after shaving"?
AUDIO: Grant Dalton responds to Auckland being axed as host of America's Cup challenger series
AUDIO: Slavery, sexual assault and unpaid wages in New Zealand waters
SEAN PLUNKET: Time to end suffering in NZ waters
AUDIO: Why hasn't Australia legalised gay marriage?
AUDIO: Some immigrants getting TWO pensions - is that fair?
AUDIO: Call a referendum on superannuation - David Seymour
Relationships Aotearoa and the government are in a bad place
Your Mind - Sara Chatwin, Psychologist
Your Diet - with Sarah Hanrahan, Dietitian
Your Pet - Helen Morphew, Canine Massage Therapist