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Walliams is a swimmer, world record holder, author, talent show judge and funny man.
Toni decided to sign up with ancestry.com, gave a DNA sample, and got a nice surprise.
Seven Sharp's Tim Wilson investigates.
Seven Sharp's Tim Wilson meets 11-year-old Sam Ryan.
The team from Holy Cross College is mixing it with the best young players in the country.
Tim Wilson says there are one or two people on the anti-Cherry Ripe bandwagon because it's easy.
New Zealand's own super fan weighs in after Kanye fans attempt to out-stream a Taylor Swift song.
Brian Kitchen is a finalist in ASB's Brightsparks inventors' competition.
When people shine we like to give them a platform.
Seven Sharp's Tim Wilson met the talented duo before they leave.
To cut in or not cut in – that is the question.
At 28-years-old, Jessica Pawley's first novel "Airborne" is generating a lot of interest.
It is a more intimate gesture than the handshake and very easy to make awkward.
The big question is whether the Seven Sharp reporter makes the grade.
When you visit the toilet, do you take your phone? Tim Wilson with some OCD news you can use.
Famous, but forgettable, Seven Sharp tests out what is really in a name.
Tim Wilson finds out what parents and kids think about the issue of safety.
In today's Policy in 60 Seconds, Tim Wilson compares the parties' immigration policies.
Tim Wilson takes on a rookie on the final night of his political golf challenge.
How did Tim Wilson get on against the man who wants to become prime minister again?
How did the Labour leader get on against our Tim Wilson?
Tim Wilson takes on Fox in the second of his minor party challenges.
In the first of his minor party challenges, Tim Wilson takes on the man who wants to hold onto Epsom.
Tim Wilson set a little test for the young and the not-so young.
The new headquarters for Giltrap Group is totally different.
Seven Sharp's Tim Wilson goes in search of a date that now seems inevitable.
Seven Sharp decided to send Tim Wilson along for a lesson.
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson is visiting NZ and chatted Tim Wilson.
Armed with a thermometer, Pie Police sergeant Tim Wilson puts the nation's pies to the test.
We enlisted a couple of rugby players to help in the search for NZ's most common name.
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