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If women typically outlive men by a few years, should the age they qualify for Superannuation be raised? We're looking into it on tonight's show.
Meet the senior citizen ‘beer pong’ players replacing alcohol with tea!
Lorde has slammed rap superstar Kanye West over eerily similar concert sets...
Was life really cheaper in NZ 40 years ago? Seven Sharp's Julian Lee crunches the numbers from 1978.
Soala Wilson knows what it's like to grow up poor, having to use toilet paper. So she started SPINZS. Hilary Barry went along to see.
Hilary Helps: Soala Wilson and her accountant friend Chrissy, who run a busy hair salon in Auckland's Grey Lynn, started a charity called SPINZS (Sanitary Products in New Zealand Schools). Hilary Barry went along to pitch in. You can donate to SPINZ here: www.spinzs.co.nz
Julian Lee talked to people living in Oamaru, where much of the town still looks very much like New Zealand did four decades earlier.
The Kiwi superstar's see-through shipping container was used during her Melodrama world tour.
This group of Auckland residents play the US frat house favourite twice a week.
It's not a match made in heaven, Seven Sharp reports.
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