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15 years after they were thought to have become extinct, the sockeye salmon is back in record numbers in the Waitaki. We headed to the Mackenzie Country to hear why they're so excited for the return of the foreign species.
We’re on the hunt for one more person to take part in filming a piece on all natural diet pills. If you can get to Auckland on Wednesday and are keen to take part, send us a message.
We've got a couple of Queens on tonight's show! 🙌🏼Anika Moa catches up with dance superstar, Parris Goebel, to hear all about her new book Young Queen 👑
Some argue it's unromantic, others say it's a necessary step. But with Prince Harry not getting Megan Markle to sign a prenup, is it a risk worth taking?
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.