Charlie's loyalty to his company was repaid with being told he was too old and too fat to continue in his job as a driver.
Mark Sainsbury talks with aviation consultant John Nance about the latest revelations in the Germanwings crash
Paul Henry speaks with Matilda Rice, winner of The Bachelor NZ, on winning Art Green's heart on nationwide TV.
Paul Henry talks with Paul Potts, winner of Britain's Got Talent in 2007, who is currently in New Zealand and he has a new album out.
Paul Henry talks with Auckland City Missioner Diane Robertson on a growing number of Kiwis sleeping in their cars.
Paul Henry talks with Canterbury law expert Dr. Chris Gallavin on the case of 'forgotten baby syndrome'. Should a mother be convicted after leaving he
Paul Henry talks with Europe correspondent Melissa Davies on the Germanwings plane crash in the French Alps. What does this new report say?
Paul Henry talks with Dr. Jennifer Curtin, Associate Professor of Politics and International Relations at Auckland University, on the UK election tomo
Paul Henry talks with Australian correspondent Jason Morrison on the latest news making headlines from across the ditch. Today: Netflix in Australia i
The latest unemployment figures have held steady with some strong job growth. Duncan Garner gets the views of Steven Joyce, Minister of Skills and Emp
Robbie McKenzie died in a quad bike accident on the family farm in April. His mother Felicity talks for the first time about what happened and she has
Inmates around the country could have phones and computers in prison cells.
It's been made clear that New Zealand will compromise its morals in the interest of making a buck, Sean Plunket says.
Sean talks with DUCO boss Martin Snedden about the chances of New Zealand hosting the Olympic Games
Sean talks with Falun Gong lawyer Kerry Gore about MFAT telling New Zealand MPs to steer clear of Falun Gong events so they don't offend China
Paul Henry talks with Sharon Corr from Irish band The Corrs, who is opening for America tonight in Auckland and tomorrow in Wellington.
Paul Henry talks with Consumers Institute CEO Sue Chetwin on cold callers that interrupt your day. How do we get rid of these annoying people? Does be
Paul Henry talks with TV3's political reporter Tova O'Brien on Nick Smith and Len Brown going head-to-head over the Auckland housing crisis, and Natio
Paul Henry talks with Labour MP for West Coast/Tasman Damien O'Connor on mining in the Buller/Westport region. Will there be massive layoffs from the
Paul Henry talks with Glenn Banks, Massey Associate Professor of people, environment and planning, on the UN's eight MDG's they announced in the year
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: Over 50 and living in a car - can you help Charlie?
SEAN PLUNKET: Kowtowing to China over Falun Gong 'outrageous'
Is plural marriage an issue for the near future?
Unemployment rates steady but is it all good news?
"Don't work on the farm in the dark" - A mother's warning
Phones and computers in prison cells - a waste of money?
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Your Law - with Jeremey Sutton
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