Paul Henry talks with former NZ Football CEO Grant McKavanagh on what effect the current FIFA corruption story will have on the upcoming Under-20 Foot
Paul Henry talks with US correspondent Patrice Howard on American reaction to the FIFA arrests.
Paul Henry talks with NZ airlines pilots' association technical officer David Reynolds, who is disappointed that a man who pointed a laser at a police
Tony Field talks Money, thanks to AMP. Today: why are John Key and Andrew Little ignoring the discussion around superannuation?
Internal Affairs minister Peter Dunne says New Zealand's Fire Service is to undergo big changes over the next 2 years with a consultation document bei
Rob Dale owns a pub in Dunedin and is blaming a conservative council for what he says could close his business. A tighter restriction around closing t
Sean Plunket talks to National MP Judith Collins who is backing calls for changes to the law around abortions for young women.
Paul Henry talks with social media marketer Wendy Thompson on what people's Facebook posts say about them. Does it change people's image of you?
Paul Henry talks with RadioLIVE host Andrew Patterson and More FM host Joe Cotton on the issues of the day. Today: abortion laws, Auckland housing, Ki
Paul Henry speaks with Ooooby Owner/Director Pete Russell, who discusses his new business which delivers locally grown fresh fruit & veges straight to
Paul Henry talks with 3news Political Editor Patrick Gower on the latest political news. Today: affordable housing in Auckland, health and safety laws
Paul Henry talks with Professor Stephen Hoadley, Professor of International Relations at Auckland University, on ISIS moving closer towards Kiwi soldi
Paul Henry talks with Family Planning Chief Executive Jackie Edmond on proposed changes to the abortion law. The change would make it mandatory for a
Paul Henry talks with US correspondent Sandra Hughes on the latest news making headlines in the States. Today: the floods in Texas, Jeb Bush and BB Ki
Paul Henry talks money with Tony Field, thanks to AMP. Today: Getting a loan from the bank to buy a a house.
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,
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
Judith Collins backs calls for abortion law changes
AUDIO: Slavery, sexual assault and unpaid wages in New Zealand waters
SEAN PLUNKET: Time to end suffering in NZ waters
An overhaul for the New Zealand Fire Service - Is it needed?
"The council is putting my pub out of business"
AUDIO: Some immigrants getting TWO pensions - is that fair?
'My testicles were removed by a weapon!'
Your Job - With Max Whitehead, employment relations practitioner
Your Mind - Sara Chatwin, Psychologist