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RadioLIVE Drive host Duncan Garner sure has political clout, having spent a total of seventeen years reporting from the gallery, nearly a decade of which saw him as the face of 3 News' political reporting.
Remuneration Authority Chair John Errington has tried to justify giving MPs an $8200 pay rise a year, saying their salaries need to keep up with the private sector. He also suggests it may need to increase even more in future years.
The future is uncertain for Dean Barker, who has been dumped as Team New Zealand skipper. Duncan Garner talks with yahcting commentator Peter Lester
The Remuneration Authority is increasing MPs' pay by 5.5%. Duncan Garner wants to know what you think? Do they deserve it?
A simple salad, full of flavour!
Watch out if you’re up to naughty business in the workplace! Private eye Julia Hartley-Moore says covert cameras in the workplace are becoming more common.
As debate rages over a deployment to Iraq, Duncan Garner talks with Defence Minister Gerry Brownlee about the involvement of New Zealand
As we digest the news of a troop deployment to Iraq we are still asking the question of whether or not it is the right decision. Duncan Garner talks with Professor Al Gillespie, International relations expert at Waikato University.
We're off again shortly on a two week RadioLIVE regional tour.
Duncan Garner shows off his race commentating skills
John Key says if NZ were to pay ransoms, it would put a bounty on other Kiwis' heads. It comes after he announced up to 106 non-combat troops will be deployed to Iraq.