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Tamati Coffey is a regular Seven Sharp stand-in, but is not confirmed for next year...A fiery staff meeting has been held regarding the show's direction, and the advice of external consultants sought in a bid to redefine the show and retain its
If they're walking away from a show in significant numbers we have to pay attention." The announcement is disappointing, especially considering that it came with two episodes still to air (next week is the season finale) and considering the third
NZ's Got Talent was the most-watched NZ On Air-funded show in the year to July. Talent shows dominated ratings for publicly funded TV programming in the past year but one commentator is concerned their commercial success is at the expense of "
Wednesday of its 2014 programming line-ups featured the magic-themed slogan, "Seeing is believing", with the hundreds of guests watching magicians ply their tricky trade before the event's start. Presiding over the presentation was none other than
The dog-bird on Opotiki Beach Hamilton biomedical student Megan Whiteley, 22, snapped what looked to be an animal with the body of a dog and huge wings frolicking on Opotiki beach. The image went viral around the world yesterday, with a British
Auckland a "s*** hole" while joking about the city's large Polynesian population...TV blogger Regan Cunliffe posted a transcript of the speech on his website saying: "I don't think it's a good look." Megan Richards said: "We've spoken to many people
One and TV2, during a gala ceremony that brought cast members from Shortland Street and Home & Away together on stage...But a number of the others are among the most hyped shows of the year...And, sure, the number of people watching those shows
30 pm Television New Zealand has unveiled its exciting primetime plans for New Zealand's most watched channels in 2014. Head of Television, Jeff Latch, says: "There's so much to love about our 2014 line-up. TV ONE and TV2 have a sensational new slate
Press Release (Embargoed till 2pm) Iwi stands by it's call for MP Clare Curran to resign We believe that the admission of Paora Maxwell's statement to the parliamentary record is some what of a vindication for him but Clare Curran needs to either
NEW Zealand Prime Minister John Key says Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce and Justice Minister Judith Collins could both do his job well but others may emerge before the position becomes vacant. Q&A on Sunday that he didn't have a "plan B"