This morning in Hamilton, Shannon Mackey attempted to name nine current and former players on the NZ cricket team in 10 seconds.
Michael Morrah has just returned yesterday from Nuku'lofa where Tonga's armed forces have been called in to help the fight against the spread of the Zika virus.
World markets have been heavily sold off this year. Here are some of the major reasons why according to our money expert Tony Field.
Around 200 world gambling experts are gathering in Auckland this week, the biggest threat on their minds is now online betting rather than the old bogey, poker machines.
Family First have released a report analysing the 2007 anti-smacking law which states that there has been no improvement.
Modern phones use more juice and more data than the old Nokia we used to charge once a week. But how much of each they use depends on the apps you use.
A $20 million building revamp by the Ministry of Education includes a $2.4m staircase. The ministry says it will actually save the taxpayer money.
While general trends shows youth crime is overall down, criminologist Greg Newbold says the figures only represent a fraction of what’s happening out on the streets.
Newshub political editor Patrick Gower joined Paul Henry to discuss the week in politics, including the TPP, Kevin Rudd and the Abel Tasman beach.
The Zika virus is currently in 26 countries, primarily in Central and South America and has been linked with more than 4000 babies in Brazil being born with deformities.