Friday 29 October
Ex-All Black Michael Jones has been busy lately
giving back to the community the Volunteer Ambassador for the Rugby
World Cup 2011 plus he's been looking after the new addition to his
family, Levi. He's also been spreading the message about the danger
of P to inmates in prisons around the country - he's in for a
- If you're keen to volunteer for the Rugby World Cup, register here - there is still time to register if you get in quick! They're currently interviewing around the country.
Award-winning Kiwi band Ardijah are about to release their new CD featuring their classic hits over the past 20 years. They perform E Ipo and Midnight Train to Georgia and we catch up with the latest from core members Betty-Anne and Ryan Monga. We have copies of their CD 'The Best of Poly Fonk!' to giveaway so keep watching to win.
Why do toddlers throw tantrums and why can they be so naughty? Child behaviour advisor Anna Martin is in to explain. She'll also share her opinion on why she doesn't believe in giving toddlers "time out".
And speaking of "time out" - is time out necessary in
relationships? The Male Panel discuss.
- What's your view? Send us a brief email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Chef Laura Faire makes a beetroot and Israeli couscous salad; ricotta, yam and spring veggie freeform tart; and prawn and garden green pasta.
US entertainment correspondent Nelson Aspen is here with the latest celebrity news from Hollywood.
- Hang Codling Moth Traps in pip fruit trees
- Plant kumara tubers
- Dead-head hellebores
- Plant young swan plants
Making the Most of - Plants available from all good
Gardening in small spaces: California Garden Centre, The Company Shed, Mapua Country Trading
Rose and clematis: Karori Garden Centre, California Garden Centre, Kings Plant Barns (Auckland)
Pretty new gardening accessories: California Garden Centre, The Company Shed, Mapua Country Trading
It's our last day of Mau Rakau with Rue-jade Morgan from He Waka Tapu. Today we try our hands at Mau Taiaha & Mau Patu. We put together the rakau with the patu to learn the strikes with all the bells and whistles!