Will getting foreign drivers to look at videos and self regulation reduce the number of fatal accidents on our roads involving tourists? Sean Plunket
Traffic lawyer Steve Cullen tells Sean Plunket anyone who dares take the keys off a dangerous driver is not protected by law unless they are acting in
With an exciting win over the Australians on Saturday, what now for the Black Caps? Mark Sainsbury talks to Black Caps Coach Mike Hesson.
Prime Minister John Key says he will definitely go and visit New Zealand troops in Iraq.
A Colmar-Brunton Poll on liquor sport sponsorship has the country split. Mark Sainsbury talks to Graham Lowe who chaired a ministerial forum on the is
Another bail out for Solid Energy, China cuts interest rates again and some bad news for the Government's big plan to solve Auckland's housing price
Our Resident Skeptic is back in the hot seat with all the happenings in the week of woo woo.
Mark talks with Clive Matthew Wilson, Grant Webster, Jim Harland, Chris Robert and Hon Craig Foss on tourist drivers, New Zealand's roads and the issu
Mark talks with Sean McEwan on the soundtrack to his life.
Adam Jaffe, a director at Motu Economics with a distinguished career in economics policy in the US, discusses the “science of science policy” and why
Mark talks with Dr Michelle Dickinson on the first wearable, printable, temperature sensor. Dr Michelle Dickinson is the Senior Lecturer at the Depart
Mark talks with Vincent Heeringa on traditional retail and online retail. Vincent Heeringa is the Publisher of Idealog magazine.
Mark talks with Hannah McQueen on missed opportunities in finance. Hannah McQueen is a Financial Personal Trainer and Director of EnableMe Ltd. www.e
Mark talks with Dr Harold Hillman on credibility in business and life. Harold Hillman is a managing director, leadership coach and author. His website
Mark talks with Ian Grant on resilience. Ian Grant QSO, is the Founder and Chairman of Fathers Who Dare Win and Senior New Zealand of the Year 2013.
Mark talks with Graham Beattie on two books; "Selected Poems" by Charles Brash and "14th Deadly Sin" by James Patterson. Graham Beattie's blog is beat
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From where it began to now
New Zealand First Leader Winston Peters has announced he's going to run in the Northland by-election. Duncan Garner asks why and why hasn't he done so
Are Air New Zealand airfares regionally V Internationally all about compettion or is it something else?
AUDIO: What now for the Black Caps?
AUDIO: Troops to be deployed in April or May - PM
AUDIO: Should liquor companies still sponsor sport?
AUDIO: UN stopping us from testing foreign drivers - Rental Vehicle Association
No legal right to take keys off dangerous drivers - lawyer
AUDIO: Jihadi John - From computer programmer to Islamic State militant
Why is Winston Peters standing in the North?
Air NZ regional v international airfares - all about competition?
AUDIO: MPs' pay rises fair – Remuneration Authority chair
Chinese New Year - The Year of the Sheep
Caller Sam & Maori Muslim Te Amorangi
Campbell Live on Radio