Drive from 4:00 to 7:00pm, interviews and commentary from a Christian perspective, hosted by Luke Weston.

Contributor: Dan Wooding – Assist News

The Adams family and Calvary Chapel East Anaheim, California, were hit by a heart-wrenching tragedy during a church family camp in the beautiful Yosemite area on Wednesday, August 15, 2012 when two boys drowned.

Dan Wooding from Assist News tells us more about this tragic situation.

Go to Assist News for the story.

Go to Assist News for the story

Contributor: Darren Ward – CBM

What would you do with 18 million dollars? Darren ward from CBM dreams Big on a Wednesday Afternoon.

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A military memorial service will be held for the three fallen soldiers, Corporal Luke Tamatea, Lance Corporal Jacinda Baker, and Private Richard Harris - killed on Sunday in the Bamyan province by a roadside bomb.

An army spokesman says any memorial is subject to a number of things, including families’ wishes and when the bodies will get back into the country.

This morning Aaron Ironside spoke to Army Chaplain, Padre Rewai Te Kahu, who ministers to the spiritual well-being of Kiwi soldiers – not just in NZ, but also in hostile environments.

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The opposition believes the Government's botched the finances on its partial asset sales plans.

This comes a week after the Government also had to admit it had got the figures wrong when it did its sums over the partial privatization of the power companies.

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It's like smartgate passport technology, and could be used in our schools.

One of the recommendations to tighten vetting procedures for teachers involves biometric identification - an automated means of identifying someone, using physical features.

It follows a Ministerial Inquiry into convicted sex offender Henry Te Rito Miki, who managed to teach in six schools under 53 different names.

Education Minister Hekia Parata is waiting on feedback from Internal Affairs and the Teachers’ Council, but has indicated most of the proposals will be implemented.

She joined Aaron Ironside this morning, and Aaron asked her if this inquiry has sent shudders down the spine of yourself and everyone at the ministry of education.

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Hundreds of people have gathered to celebrate King Tuheitia’s 6th year as the Maori King, at Turangawaewae Marae in Ngaruawahia today.

The King gave his annual address in which he stressed the need for Maori to be united in working together to ensure our assets and language are looked after.

Mania Clarke has been down there and I caught up with her earlier.

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Contributor: Andrew L'Almont - Baptist Savings

Andrew gives some good advice about finance companies and what to watch for.

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