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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.
NZ is opening an embassy in war-torn Iraq.
Senior FIFA officials have been caught up in a multi-million-dollar bribery scandal. Fourteen people have been arrested as part of an international sting led by the FBI. Duncan Garner discusses with RadioLIVE reporter Mich McCann along with Grant Cav
This is a list compiled by Winston Peters, based on which MPs have been kicked out of Parliament the most, since 2008.
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 being released today. What needs to change if anything? Duncan Garner talks with Derek Best from NZ Pro
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 times and the outdoor area of his pub means fewer patrons. He talks to Duncan Garner about the new pr
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Many immigrants living in New Zealand are receiving pensions from both New Zealand and their home country, Professor Michael Littlewood, co-director of retirement policy and research at Auckland University, told Duncan Garner.
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 services and 180 workers facing the axe. Duncan Garner talks with Carey Hayward from Relationships
The cost of superannuation is expected to skyrocket in the next few decades.