Thursday 11 February
Shortland Street's Kimberley Crossman shares the latest gossip form the Street, and we ask whether her character (Sophie Mckey) will or won't walk down the aisle with Kieren Mitchell (aka Adam Rickett).
Visiting American clairaudient
shows you how to tap your psychic sensibilities and find true
- For details on Richard Lassiter and Melissa Kitto's "Connect With Your Angels" workshops in Auckland and Hamilton, visit www.ipmers.org/kiwi.html or call 027 340 9271.
Jinetero MC fuses reggae and hip hop with his ode to Wellington.
Patissier Tamara Jane has ideas for Valentine's Day, including red velvet cake and white chocolate and raspberry cheesecakes.
Matai explains how te reo Maori can be used to serenade your special friend.
Astar has an art canvas gift idea that will bring joy to your loved one, and is cheaper than a bunch of roses.
It's the year of the tiger and we're celebrating the Chinese New Year in style with members of Wellington's Chinese Sports and Cultural Centre Chinese Dance Group.
Bill Bevan looks at the proposed three-strike law.
The teen panel - Darryl Gardiner, Dr Sue Wilson and Dr Sabina Dosani - discuss mental health issues affecting teens.
We put together the basics of kickboxing in today's Group Kick class! Build on what you've learned all week and enjoy a full-body workout with the girls from cityfitness Kapiti !
And the Political Panel dissects the Prime Minister's address to the nation. What does it mean for you?