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

 

Despite his toughest month as a leader, Labour's David Shearer is up in two poll results out yesterday.

The Labour Party’s up to its highest point since last year – in the One News/Colmar Brunton poll and TV3’s Reid Research poll.

With the Greens on 13, Labour will be confident that a centre-left coalition could well be a possibility for the future.

Although Polls should be treated with some sceptisicm, Brad Mills has the reaction from the latest results.

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Wellington's proved once again it can throw a premiere party like no other city.

Last night was the first time the first film in the Hobbit Trilogy was unveiled to an audience in its stunning 3D - 48 frames per second.

Yesterday's celebrations had great weather with close to 100 thousand adoring fans pressing on the barriers of the red carpet to get a glimpse of the celebrity guest list, led by our very own Sir Peter Jackson.

Brad Mills has the reaction from after wellington’s big night.

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Contributor: Dan Wooding - Assist News

The situation between Christians in northern Kenya and Somalian rebel group El Shabaab continues to raise international concerns.

Dan Wooding talks about the latest violent attack on Christians.

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Contributor: Ian McInnes - World Vision

For the last fifteen years, the name we most associate with the aid organisation TEARfund has been Steve Tollestrup, the NGO equivalent of the energizer bunny. But this week TEARfund announced its new CEO, replacing Steve after 15 years at the helm.

He’s Ian McInnes, who’s no stranger to aid having worked previously for World Vision. He admitted to Aaron Ironside that Steve is a hard act to follow.

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A new survey on the health and wellbeing of New Zealanders has found that retired New Zealanders are more worried than any other group – including those living in Christchurch.

The survey of over 2000 people by Southern Cross Healthcare Group asked respondents to tick issues they were either ‘worried’ about, ‘in between’ on, or ‘not worried’ about from 11 topical issues.

Southern Cross Healthcare CEO Ian McPherson talks about the findings of that survey.

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A strategic studies expert says an abstention vote on a bid by Palestinians to gain a higher status at the United Nations could be the sensible thing for New Zealand to do.

The Palestinian Authority is seeking the status of a 'non-member state'.

Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully is still deciding whether New Zealand will vote yes, or abstain.

The vote happens in New York later today but Victoria University Professor of Strategic Studies, Robert Ayson says NZ would be wise to be cautious.

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2012 has been labelled the ‘Year of the Data Breach’ – not exactly a title to be proud of, and it’s been pinned to the Government by the Privacy Commissioner, for a calendar year fraught with administrative and operational slip-ups across several different agencies.

Commissioner Marie Shroff joined News Run on the line to talk about her Annual Report.

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