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Back In The Day
02:25
1988: Relive the glorious time when Todd and 16-year-old Charisma took gold again.
Back in the Day: Mark Todd and Charisma win gold at Seoul Olympics
01:54
The New Zealand Educational Institute claims it has research showing schools will end up with less money.
Dispute over effect of school funding change
01:25
With graffiti out of control in the Auckland suburb, a group of gang members and street kids took it on themselves to clean up the streets.
Back in the Day: Mangere gets a lick of paint
01:32
1988: After the huge beast visited a farm in Coromandel, a statue of him was made and put on display at Fieldays.
Back in the day: Fibreglass replica of elephant seal Humphrey created
03:40
1988: Wellingtonians are excited after the latest craze of putting custom number plates catches on.
Back in the Day: Motorists revved up over personalised plates
02:36
1999: Traffic delays in Auckland cost Kiwis $750 million a year.
Back in the Day: Aucklanders grapple with gridlock - and it's costing the country
01:46
Team NZ dominated Team Dennis Conner's Stars & Stripes 5-0 to win the America's Cup in 1995.
Back in the Day: Sir Peter Blake and Team NZ clinch the America's Cup
02:01
1999: Entrepreneur Sean Morgan launches his online auction site.
Back in the Day: Trade Me makes its debut
02:04
1989: Not only does the remarkable little bird have an extra leg, he also eats during the day.
Back in the Day: Three-legged kiwi is discovered on the West Coast
01:28
1990: The wrestling duo Bushwhackers have arrived back home in New Zealand.
Back in the Day: The Kiwi wrestlers that shout, spit and lick each other
00:57
1996: Telecom issues seven digit numbers to cope with the rise of the Kiwis with mobile phones.
Back in the Day: Kiwis go cellphone crazy forcing Telecom to change numbers
03:08
1994: Merv Pinny has big aspirations to go from Waikato farmer to pop star.
Back in the Day: Farmer by day, pop singer by night
03:30
1991: Furore over “inhuman” fish cocktail served in Wellington bar.
Back in the Day: Would you like a live goldfish with your tequila?
01:23
1997: Fire was set at Carisbrook during the test between Sri Lanka and New Zealand.
Back in the Day: Scarfies hijack Test match by setting fire to couches on Carisbrook terrace
01:23
1995: An Invercargill lawnmower shop accepts a goat as an old lawnmower trade-in.
Back in the Day: An Invercargill store isn't 'kidding' around with its lawnmower deal
02:43
2000: Team NZ were the first team to successfully defend the Cup outside of the US.
Back in the Day: Team NZ make America's Cup history
03:09
1988: Hardy Amies praises men's casual fashion style.
Back in the Day: Kiwi men's shorts praised by fashion expert
03:46
In 1997, a young Bowden gave Paul Holmes a demo on his signalling techniques.
Back in the Day: 'Eccentric' Kiwi umpire Billy Bowden demonstrates his extravagent moves
01:47
2007: The 10-metre colossal squid was caught by a fisherman in the Ross Sea.
Back in the Day: NZ fisherman lands giant squid
06:18
1990: The Pogues talked to the host about their tour in New Zealand.
Back in the Day: Paul Holmes helps The Pogues sing Danny Boy live on air
02:31
35 years ago today was the event that sent Anzac relations into the ditch; the infamous underarm delivery from Trevor Chappell to Brian McKechnie at the MCG.
Back in the Day: Underarm delivery the ultimate Trans-Tasman transgression
01:00
1998: Blast from the past- Mike McRoberts reported live from the names of the Black Caps.
Back in the Day: Cricket New Zealand reveal new name for men's team
00:47
1962: Snell broke the record at Cooks Gardens, Wanganui.
Back in the Day: The moment Peter Snell breaks world mile record in Wanganui
01:33
2004: These men went fishing the hard way.
Back in the Day: Northland men bag monster blue marlin using just a spear and a never give up attitude
01:27
1994: It was Wellington Anniversary’s big day at the Trentham raceway.
Back in the Day: Rachel Hunter and Rod Stewart bring the glam to Cup Day
02:11
In 1988, this was a very sad day for those who cared about one of Auckland's landmark buildings.
Back in the Day: Thousands of petition names fail to save His Majesty's Theatre
01:24
Prime Minister Robert Muldoon attends the New Year's Day Auckland Cup at Ellerslie in 1983.
Back in the Day: Rob Muldoon kicks off the new year at the races
00:49
In December 1988 a revamped look for police cars was revealed.
Back in the Day: New look cop cars with go-faster stripes hit the road
01:14
The stockmarket crash of 1987 didn't stop Kiwis from hitting the shops.
Back in the Day: How Aucklanders got ready for Christmas in 1987
02:38
1987: Even with a good album behind them, things weren't easy overseas for the well-known Kiwi band.
Back in the Day: The Chills return from their UK and Europe tour
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