Battle of the three Davids
The battle for the Labour leadership has begun. Tonight contenders David Cunliffe, David Parker and David Shearer join Close Up.
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Laws and Mair take to the ring
Michael Laws and Ken Mair will step into the boxing ring to raise money for Christchurch.
Close Up's Jehan Casinader met the pair.
Story of courage
What do you do when you have survived cancer but it has claimed the life of your three-year-old daughter?
Nic Russell decided the death of her daughter would not be in vain. She has set up a charity that gives a helping hand to families whose lives have been torn apart by cancer.
Close Up's Ruwani Perera with the story.
Nigel Latta is holding his 'Politically Incorrect Guide to Raising Boys and Girls' talk in Auckland tomorrow night as a fundraiser for Kenzies Gift. It will be held at 7.30pm at Takapuna Grammar School Hall, Lake Road, Takapuna, North Shore. Tickets cost $25 and can be purchased at the door or online until 5pm Thursday.
A clarification about the interview we did last night on how parents should deal with bullying.
One of the guests was from counselling service 24-7. Close Up wishes to point out it was a different organisation to 24-7 youth work, which is a separate group.