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Time to take a stroll to one of our less represented little corners of the country for this week's Stay with Us. The plan, we give one small New Zealand town six hours to seduce our reporter Lucas de Jong with the best they have to offer. This week, he dove deep into the sexy southern seaside settlement of Riverton.
Hard to believe but it's 30 years since the first Buy New Zealand Made campaign hit our screens. A lot's changed for our manufacturers over the years including the globalisation that's come with online shopping. So how's Buy New Zealand Made getting along?
When it comes to real estate it's no secret that Wellington's market is hot,hot, hot at the moment. But, one of its prime, most iconic locations has been sitting pretty sad and empty for the past few years. The winners of a design competition have got people wondering, by hoki what's happening with Wellington's band rotunda?
Snoop Dog wasn't backward in coming forward when he got his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame overnight. The rapper's been a top selling artist for years .. so it's no wonder he wanted to thank himself.
Sliced, or smashed if you're a millenial, avocados are a staple for many this time of year, but only when they're ripe. There are a bunch of ways to speed up that process. Tamati Rimene-Sproat puts them to the test.
International currency fluctuations have helped bring the price down just a little and maybe, just maybe, the cheeky smallest player in the market is having an affect too. That's Waitomo Petroleum which has 30 no frills sites round the North Island which we sent Michael Holland along to check out.
Seven Sharp's Lucas de Jong visits the Southland town as part of the Stay With US series.
A lot has changed over the past three decades including the advent of online shopping.
The rapper's self-congratulatory thank you speech made an impact.
The Oriental Bay feature's been sitting sad and empty for the past few years.
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