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The loss of the Waiariki seat on September 23rd signalled the end of both the Maori Party & Te Ururoa Flavell - Co Leader Maori Party's political career. But two months on from the election, Te Ururoa has come to grips with defeat, and is ready to talk about life outside of the beehive.
We're a society that's pretty dependent on the internet, so when it goes down it often signals disaster. But what's a reasonable time to wait for a fault to be fixed? One restaurant waited five days & they say that's not good enough.
With only 5% of venture capital funding going to women, SheEO wants to help females get ahead in business. They offer interest-free loans & mentoring to female-owned, viable businesses.
From reporting on the front line in Iraq to coming face-to face with feared Kenyan gangsters, Ross Kemp has risked it all in his time as an investigative journalist. It doesn't seem like he's afraid of much, so tonight he tells us what's up next.
What a brave pair.
Zoë Bell tells Toni Street about the time she got mugged, before the pair go toe to toe in the gym.
This is an incredible story about taking people at their word.
Hannah and Bonnie have a simple message for Seven Sharp's viewers - thank you!
Know a deserving Kiwi in need of some Christmas cheer? Share their story with us and ASB Bank could be rewarding them with a very special surprise!
Angela was sent a crass, sexually explicit message referencing her last name.