Duncan Garner talks with outgoing National MP Claudette Hauiti about why she is really stepping down from her role
Selfie stick has landed; Black cats not clicking;
YouShop testdrive; App of the week: Overswipe;
A school in North Canterbury is holding off on its plans to make it’s pupils were micro-chipped behaviour bracelets.
Swannanoa School had planned t
Fresh lending figures out from the Reserve Bank today shows household borrowing is still fairly subdued with annual growth rates of just 5%, despite a
The curious case of the pillar cropping up where it was not wanted! Duncan Garner speaks to Pietta Collins about her bedroom woes since buying her bra
Outgoing Maori party co-leader Tariana Turia talks about her time in Parliament... the high's and the lows
The case has been closed on one of New Zealand’s most controversial murder mysteries –and we’re no closer to knowing who killed Harvey and Jeanette Cr
Trade Me has waved the white flag in its dispute with real estate agency offices over listing fees. It is moving back to a flat per-office fee. Trade
New Zealand's school payroll service will come under Government management in October this year. Too little too late.. Duncan Garner talks with Novopa
The Small Business Report, brought to you by ANZ. Duncan Garner catches up with our small business correspondent Louise Pagonis. This week, Louise loo
As we make our way around New Zealand to hear from you, Duncan Garner meets Roger Harper in Ashburton who decided he had enough of Auckland
RadioLIVE's Marcus Lush talks to NZ Bakels Supreme Pie Award winning pie maker Michael Kloeg from Carterton about his lamb cutlet and kumara mash pie.
RadioLIVE's Political Editor Jessica Williams captures the key political stories in this chat with RadioLIVE's Marcus Lush.
Dairy Farmers have been warned to keep a close eye on their finances after the announcement by Fonterra that it’s cutting the amount of money it’ll fa
There have been some disturbing revelations from the inquest into the deaths 11 people killed in the Carterton ballooning incident in January 2012.
Political attention may turn away to actual policies for a while today with Labour about to announce its election promises for wages and workers.
The New Zealand economy is about to be hit by a NZ$3.4 billion hit to its revenues, or about 1.5% of GDP. Fonterra has cut its forecast milk payout fo
Duncan Garner speaks with Labour leader David Cunliffe on coat-tailing and refusing to rule out working with Internet Mana.
Willie Jackson and Alison Mau talk with Professor Paul Moon from AUT University, on ACT leader Jamie Whyte saying he wants laws rigged in favour of Ma
Sean Plunket talks with Israeli Ambassador to New Zealand Yosef Livne about the conflict in Gaza.
AUDIO: The selfie stick! Social Media with @VaughnDavis and @marcuslush
AUDIO: Yes or No to good behaviour wrist bands on primary kids?
AUDIO: The latest business news with Bernard Hickey
FULL INTERVIEW: Sean Plunket with Israeli Ambassador to New Zealand, Yosef Livne
Why Is David Cunliffe Always Apologising?
The Biggest Threat to National Party Success On September 20
Claudette Hauiti ....why did she really step down?
AUDIO: Woman discovers unwanted pillar in new Auckland apartment bedroom
Tariana Turia: Looks back at her life in politics
Homemade Coconut Oil Toothpaste
On the Gaza with Dr Nigel Parsons
13th of July, Full Moon Closest Ever To Earth