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03/01/2017 at 09:30. Facebook
Frank Nasen couldn’t fathom his long recovery ahead but his wife Pam was there every step of the way.

Hawke's Bay hubby surprises devoted wife for her utter devotion through his traumatic brain injury

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03/01/2017 at 09:00. Facebook
The average is about $10 a week for primary school pupils - how do your kids compare?

High school Kiwi kids average $15 a week pocket money | 1 NEWS NOW | TVNZ

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03/01/2017 at 08:30. Facebook
Should advertising on social media be clearly distinguishable by including ‘sponsored’ or ‘paid’?

Paying people to post on Instagram: Time for some transparency? | 1 NEWS NOW | TVNZ

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Seven Sharp
03/01/2017 at 08:00. Facebook
It may seem a tad ironic but at Dan Carter and Ali Williams’ former Super Rugby franchise a lot is being done to avoid bad headlines.

Meet the Crusaders' secret weapon protecting players from PR disasters | 1 NEWS NOW | TVNZ

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Seven Sharp
03/01/2017 at 07:30. Facebook
Tune in tomorrow to see the British superstar on the show!

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03/01/2017 at 06:32. Facebook
Our latest ASB Bank Good As Gold is a real tear jerker! Meet Frank & his lovely wife Pam.
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03/01/2017 at 05:30. Facebook
When TigerTurf NZ don't return your calls, you do what you can to try & lure them in #notsponsored
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03/01/2017 at 05:07. Facebook
WEB EXTRA: Sean Wainui's one of the new kids on the block in the Crusaders camp. Here he gives us the scoop on life off the field & under the watchful eye of the team's new secret weapon.
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03/01/2017 at 04:30. Facebook
Thousands of school kids gathered in Tauranga today. Their mission? To break the Guinness World Records for Chinese whispers.

Tonight we found out how they went.
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03/01/2017 at 03:21. Facebook
It's been a bad few weeks of P.R for rugby. First we had Dan Carter & then Ali Williams. So what can be done to prevent current players from making the wrong headlines?

We met the Crusaders' new secret weapon.
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03/01/2017 at 02:30. Facebook
Tonight we're back with another ASB Bank Good As Gold & you're going to need the tissues! After a bike accident left Frank with a traumatic brain injury, he faced a long road to recovery. But his wife Pam refused to leave his side.

We headed to Havelock North to help Frank thank the person who was with him every step of the way.
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03/01/2017 at 01:30. Facebook
WEB EXTRA: think your lock's good enough to stop thieves from stealing your bike? Constable Steve Mack from Auckland City District Police shows us which locks work best.
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03/01/2017 at 00:30. Facebook
A Guinness World Records attempt for the longest line of Chinese whispers is happening in Tauranga right now!

We've got the story of their (fingers crossed) success, tonight!
Seven Sharp
yesterday at 23:15. Facebook
The average Kiwi kid gets $15 a week in pocket money! How do your offspring fare?
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yesterday at 22:20. Facebook
Toni vs. stairs & Mike mincing his words. Here are Mike & Toni's most embarrassing broadcasting moments.
Seven Sharp
yesterday at 09:20. Facebook
Twenty three of these classic beauties, most based in Europe, have spent six weeks waylaying from the toe to the tip of NZ.

Fleet of beautiful classic Bentleys shipped to NZ for the ultimate roadie

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Seven Sharp
yesterday at 08:40. Facebook
The Pomegranate Kitchen is helping to integrate refugees into NZ - and it's proving a successful recipe for helping rebuild dreams.

Wellington's resettled refugees sharing tastes of their homelands they were forced to flee from

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yesterday at 08:10. Facebook
Blaming Bill English or migration is an easy finger to point, Mike says, it’s harder to face up to the cold hard embarrassment that some people just don't want to work.

Mike Hosking: Some of NZ's unemployed are so because they're straight up and down hopeless

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yesterday at 07:38. Facebook
Gender stereotypes are set early in life - apparently by the age of seven.

Kiwi kids put to gender test reveal oldschool stereotypes still exist

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