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In case you missed it, we crowned the champion of champions... the one catcher with the best mits of them all.
Seven Sharp's Carloyn Robinson went along.
It's the poor cousin of the oyster, that often gets used as bait. But some say the humble green shell mussel deserves to be recognised as a seafood superstar. And with that end in sight, an annual Mussel Appreciation Day has been established. And the very first one is today. Gill Higgins went to Marlborough to sample some of the local green.
Seven Sharp's Gill Higgins sampled some of the local mussels.
The hair cutting exercise was to raise money for leukemia.
Dame Joy is one of New Zealands most loved children's authors.
A year's supply of Tui beer is on the line tonight.
Mitch from Auckland beat off his rivals at Eden Park tonight, taking a solid catch to be crowned Catch-A-Million champion of 2018. This summer the Tui Catch-a-Million competition has seen fans at every Black Caps ODI and T20 don orange t-shirts and attempt to catch a six with one hand.
Young Niueans travelled close to 3,000 kilometres to perform at the biggest Polynesian festival in the world. The 24 students travelled from the only Niuean high school of just 200 students to grace the Niuean stage at the ABS Polyfest.
There's been a little controversy surrounding Dame Joy Cowley's classic kid's book The Ha-Ha Powder - with people on social media suggesting it references drugs. So it got us thinking, what other books over time have become a little less appropriate?