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The lesser known of the New Zealand National Party leadership contenders met Jeremy Wells for a speed date today. Mark Mitchell MP talks "ideal dates", and the candidate with little sex appeal...
We found out today that Labour's Jamie Strange MP has a rocking past. And today at Waikato Uni's O Week festivities he dusted off the old microphone and put on his best white t-shirt for a little performance.
Music in the Mountains started 10 years ago with about 30 vans, now the sweet little village of Tapawera grows into a city of wheels as convoys of motor homes roll into town for the music, and the merriment.
Remember Duane Major? He's one half of the Save our Beach campaign that purchased Awaroa Inlet for Kiwis. Well, for the past decade he's had an even bigger job - fundraising for the historic West Spreydon School pool.
Duane Major is trying to bring the splash back after the Canterbury earthquakes washed away the fun seven year ago.
Strange belted out some tunes at Waikato University O-Week festivities.
Hundreds of happy campers gathered at Tapawera for their national rally.
The Rodney MP has the least public profile of the National leadership candidates, but has an eventful life before politics, including military service.
It's Mark Mitchell MP's turn on tonight’s episode of Speed Dating the New Zealand National Party leadership contenders, and things get intimate..
Rolling in style into the country's biggest motor home rally. We're in the small town of Tapawera which quickly turns into the city of wheels.