Podcast

RNZ: The Panel

The Panel features a range of panellists from across the opinion spectrum, together with expert phone guests.

Episodes

  • Trump stuns by talking about Italy-US links

    Oct 18 2019

    US President Trump, 1000 days into his presidency stuns again by talking about U.S - Italian links going back thousands of years.

  • Zombie town predictions realised in commission report

    Oct 18 2019

    Economist, Shamubeel Eaqub, who predicted regional zombie towns around the country has been vindicated in the latest productivity commission report. He joins the panel to discuss the report.

  • Govt ignored treasury advice about gun buy back scheme

    Oct 18 2019

    The Government ignored advice from treasury about their gun buyback scheme making no difference to future gun related deaths and injuries.

  • Question of the Day for 18 October 2019

    Oct 18 2019

    Eggs, tomatoes and chocolate: in the fridge or at room temperature?

  • Blackface costs record label executive his job

    Oct 18 2019

    UK Atlantic Record label boss has stepped down from his job after an image of him with blackface for a fancy dress party prompting an outcry.

  • Lack of diversity in top roles of companies highlighted

    Oct 18 2019

    A new report has highlighted the lack of diversity in top roles in companies, with just 18% of jobs held by non-Europeans.

  • Lecturer Peter Thompson explains what the sale of TV3 means

    Oct 18 2019

    Mediaworks puts television arm of its business up for sale. Victoria University media lecturer, Peter Thompson explains why this has happened and what it means.

  • The Panel with Tayyaba Khan and Dean Hall (Part 2)

    Oct 18 2019

    UK Atlantic Record label boss has stepped down from his job after an image of him with blackface for a fancy dress party prompting an outcry. Eggs, tomatoes and chocolate: in the fridge or at room temperature? The Government ignored advice from treasury about their gun buyback scheme making no difference to future gun related deaths and injuries. Economist, Shamubeel Eaqub, who predicted regional zombie towns around the country has been vindicated in the latest productivity commission report. He...more

  • The Panel with Tayyaba Khan and Dean Hall (Part 1)

    Oct 18 2019

    Mediaworks puts television arm of its business up for sale. Victoria University media lecturer, Peter Thompson explains why this has happened and what it means. A new report has highlighted the lack of diversity in top roles in companies, with just 18% of jobs held by non-Europeans.

  • I've been thinking for 18 October 2019

    Oct 18 2019

    What the panelists Tayyaba Khan and Dean Hall have been thinking about.

  • Story of the Day for 18 October 2019

    Oct 18 2019

    A retiring sheepdog, and music to CPR to!

  • Where'd the beetroot go from the burger?

    Oct 17 2019

    A Whanganui man's discovered the essential kiwi burger ingredient is no longer a staple at take away outlets.

  • Attempts by deported Australian gang members to corrupt police

    Oct 17 2019

    Police association president Chris Cahill addresses warnings that deported Australian gang members will attempt to corrupt police on this side of the Tasman.

  • New Zealand chidren are the second most obese in the OECD

    Oct 17 2019

    New Zealand children are the second most obese children in the OECD according to the latest numbers.

  • Best snaggers in New Zealand to be decided soon

    Oct 17 2019

    More than 500 sausages are entered in the Great New Zealand sausage competition with winners announced later tonight.

  • Question of the Day for 18 October 2019

    Oct 17 2019

    Do you support recreational drug testing at festivals? Why/why not?

  • Massey University under fire for cancelling a feminist event

    Oct 17 2019

    Massey University is accused of not upholding free speech after cancelling, Feminism 2020 event, saying there were health and safety risks.

  • NZ First youth wing supports testing drugs at festivals

    Oct 17 2019

    Contrary to the seniors of the party, New Zealand First's youth branch supports a bill to test recreational drugs at festivals.

  • Al Gillespie talks about the issues of returning jihadis

    Oct 17 2019

    Professor of International Law, Al Gillespie, joins the discussion to talk about the potential flaws in Andrew Little's tailored terrorism bill targeting terrorists returning to New Zealand.

  • The Panel with Ella Henry and Steve McCabe (Part 2)

    Oct 17 2019

    Do you support recreational drug testing at festivals? Why/why not? More han 500 sausages are entered in the Great New Zealand sausage competition with winners announced later tonight. New Zealand children are the second most obese children in the OECD according to the latest numbers. Police association president Chris Cahill addresses warnings that deported Australian gang members will attempt to corrupt police on this side of the Tasman. A Whanganui man's discovered the essential kiwi burger i...more

  • The Panel with Ella Henry and Steve McCabe (Part 1)

    Oct 17 2019

    Professor of International Law, Al Gillepsie, joins the discussion to talk about the potential flaws in Andrew Little's tailored terrorism bill targeting terrorists returning to New Zealand. Contrary to the seniors of the party, New Zealand First's youth branch supports a bill to test recreational drugs at festivals. Contrary to the seniors of the party, New Zealand First's youth branch supports a bill to test recreational drugs at festivals.

  • I've been thinking for 17 October 2019

    Oct 17 2019

    What the panelists Ella Henry and Steve McCabe have been thinking about.

  • Story of the Day for 17 October 2019

    Oct 17 2019

    Ali Ventura with Story of the Day talking about how phone alerts are impacting our health.

  • Resident does a DIY rumble strip to improve road safety

    Oct 16 2019

    Christchurch resident installs a rumble strip herself to improve safety at an intersection on her street.

  • Joy Cowley blames victims of sex attacks by bishop

    Oct 16 2019

    Peter Lineham talks about the issues arising from the unlikely defence by children's author, Joy Cowley, of a disgraced bishop.

  • Advocates says benefits need to increase to stop the debt cycle

    Oct 16 2019

    Lifewise CEO says beneficiaries need more money help get them out of their cycle of debt.

  • Question of the Day for 16 October 2019

    Oct 16 2019

    What is your favourite New Zealand television show and why?

  • Polls now look at NZ approval ratings for the first time

    Oct 16 2019

    For the first time in New Zealand polls now look at leaders' approval ratings.

  • Mediaworks cutting back local content

    Oct 16 2019

    Mediaworks cutting back on local content production. Duncan Grieve from the Spin Off joins the discussion to talk about why they are turning their backs on local shows.

  • Immigration minister fires back over residency decision

    Oct 16 2019

    Immigration minister fires back at National over the case of granting residency to a man with multiple drink driving conditions.

  • The Panel with Cindy Mitchener and Selwyn Manning (Part 2)

    Oct 16 2019

    What is your favourite New Zealand television show and why? Lifewise CEO says beneficiaries need more money help get them out of their cycle of debt. Peter Lineham talks about the issues arising from the unlikely defence by children's author, Joy Cowley, of a disgraced bishop. Christchurch resident installs a rumble strip herself to improve safety at an intersection on her street.

  • The Panel with Cindy Mitchener and Selwyn Manning (Part 1)

    Oct 16 2019

    Immigration minister fires back at National over the case of granting residency to a man with multiple drink driving conditions. Mediaworks cutting back on local content production. Duncan Grieve from the Spin Off joins the discussion to talk about why they are turning their backs on local shows. For the first time in New Zealand polls now look at leaders' approval ratings.

  • I've been thinking for 16 October 2019

    Oct 16 2019

    What the panelists Cindy Mitchener and Selwyn Manning have been thinking about.

  • Story of the Day for 16 October 2019

    Oct 16 2019

    The pitfalls of GPS ...

  • Is technology dumbing down languges?

    Oct 15 2019

    Is modern technology and communication leading to a loss of puncuations and full sentences putting languages at risk?

  • Associtate health minister wages war on sugar

    Oct 15 2019

    Associate health minister calls for meaningful action against the obesity related diabetes disaster.

  • Calls for the government to be responsible about kiwi jihadist

    Oct 15 2019

    Otago University International relations specialist, Robert Patman, believes the government is not being responsible by leaving New Zealand jihadist Mark Taylor to fend for himself in Syria.

  • Question of the Day for Tuesday October 15th

    Oct 15 2019

    Lime scooters one year on, what have been your experiences?

  • Lime scooter anniversary

    Oct 15 2019

    One year on since the arrival of e-scooters, are they a revoluation or an unnecesary risk on the streets?

  • Australian milliennial attacks his generation for being slackers

    Oct 15 2019

    Successful Australian millennial calls out others of his generation for being lazy and expecting too much for doing very little.

  • Student Union welcomes changes to ensure duty of care at residences

    Oct 15 2019

    New Zealand Union of Students' Association president, Caitlin Barlow-Groome, joins the discussion on duty of care provisions for tertiary residential accommodation.

  • Another political poll shows the Labour-led government losing support

    Oct 15 2019

    The second political poll of the week shows that support for the Labour -led government's is waning.

  • The Panel with Verity Johnson and Peter Fa'afiu (Part 2)

    Oct 15 2019

    It's been One year today since the first e-scooters hit the streets thanks to Lime. In an article on the ODT a University of Otago intenational relations specialist says that the Govt of NZ is behaving irresponsibly by not bring NZ jihadist Mark Taylor home and to account. Supermarket giant, Countdown, says that its seen a bit surge in demand by customers for plant based proteins. Is technology and online slang running the risk of ruining languages altogether.

  • The Panel with Verity Johnson and Peter Fa'afiu (Part 1)

    Oct 15 2019

    In the Latest polls National would be able to form a Government along with ACT. Universities and polytechs will face a $100,000 fine if they are found to be responsible for the serious harm or death of students in their care, from next January. A young successful Australian CEO has taken aim at his fellow millennials, blaming them for a retail downturn and called them lazy.

  • I've been thinking for 15 October 2019

    Oct 15 2019

    What the panelists Verity Johnson and Peter Fa'afiu have been thinking about.

  • Story of the Day for 15 October 2019

    Oct 15 2019

    Predicting the future ...

  • Prefab NZ talks about the hurdles they face

    Oct 14 2019

    PrefabNZ CEO Scott Fisher explains what specific areas in the building act need to be changed to get more houses built and available on sites.

  • Latest political polls

    Oct 14 2019

    The latest political polls point to a close race at the next general election as Labour loses ground, but the Greens hold up.

  • Question of the Day for 14 October 2019

    Oct 14 2019

    What are your memories of school camp?

  • Schools camps under threat over funding guideline changes

    Oct 14 2019

    Principals says there's confusion over new funding guidelines about what they can ask parents to pay for, putting in doubt future school camp excursions.

  • Australia makes roll bars compulsory on quad bikes.

    Oct 14 2019

    Australia is making it compulsory for quad bikes to have roll bars. The panel discusses whether New Zealand will follow suit.

  • Nelson City Councillor talks about why he got involved

    Oct 14 2019

    Young Nelson councillor Rohan O'Neill-Stevens joins the discussion on the outcomes of the local body elections.

  • Japan's rugby team makes history amidst typhoon clean up

    Oct 14 2019

    Japan's rugby team makes history by reaching the RWC quarter finals while the clean up from devastating Typhoon Hagibis is in full swing.

  • The Panel with Karlo Mila and Conor English (Part 2)

    Oct 14 2019

    What are your memories of school camp? The latest political polls point to a close race at the next general election as Labour loses ground, but the Greens hold up. PrefabNZ CEO Scott Fisher explains what specific areas in the building act need to be changed to get more houses built and available on sites.

  • The Panel with Karlo Mila and Conor English (Part 1)

    Oct 14 2019

    Japan's rugby team makes history by reaching the RWC quarter finals while the clean up from devastating Typhoon Hagibis is in full swing. Young Nelson councillor Rohan O'Neill-Stevens joins the discussion on the outcomes of the local body elections. Australia is making it compulsory for quad bikes to have roll bars. The panel discusses whether New Zealand will follow suit.

  • I've been thinking for 14 October 2019

    Oct 14 2019

    What the panelists Karlo Mila and Conor English have been thinking about.

  • Story of the Day for 14 October 2019

    Oct 14 2019

    A musical flash-mob in Perth.

  • NZTA faces the music over regulation technique

    Oct 11 2019

    The Transport Agency has been strongly criticised for prioritising business ahead of safety for most of its 11-year history, and creating a culture where staff were afraid to speak up.

  • Christopher Luxon keen to stand for National in Botany

    Oct 11 2019

    Former Air New Zealand chief executive Christopher Luxon has confirmed he's keen to enter politics and stand for the National party. How are his prospects looking?

  • The 10 greatest hip-hop songs of all time

    Oct 11 2019

    The ten best hip hop songs of all time have been voted on by the BBC's legion of music critics ... with the Notorious B.I.G coming out on top.

  • Question of the Day for 11 October 2019

    Oct 11 2019

    What do you miss about NZ when you're overseas?

  • What do you miss about home when you're travelling?

    Oct 11 2019

    Whether it's paua fritters, great smalltalk, or simply a smile and a nod when you're walking down the street, what do you miss about New Zealand when you're overseas?

  • What should we do about drugs?

    Oct 11 2019

    NZ First has shot down a plan to make drug testing legal by this summer, because they say it could encourage drug use. Police Minister Stuart Nash said earlier this year the move would save lives and hospitalisations, but he's been unable to get backing from the political party.

  • Reflecting on the local government elections

    Oct 11 2019

    With local government elections done and dusted, outgoing Dunedin mayor and LGNZ president Dave Cull joins the panel to reflect on how local elections have changed over the years.

  • World Rugby to cancel two cup matches

    Oct 11 2019

    Typhoon Hagibas has forced World Rugby to cancel two world cup matches - but, more importantly, it's also a massive-scale storm, which could force the evacuation of millions of people from Tokyo

  • The Panel with Michelle Boag and Peter Dunne (Part 2)

    Oct 11 2019

    Whether it's paua fritters, great smalltalk, or simply a smile and a nod when you're walking down the street, what do you miss about New Zealand when you're overseas? What do you miss about NZ when you're overseas? The ten best hip hop songs of all time have been voted on by the BBC's legion of music critics ... with the Notorious B.I.G coming out on top. Former Air New Zealand chief executive Christopher Luxon has confirmed he's keen to enter politics and stand for the National party. How are h...more

  • The Panel with Michelle Boag and Peter Dunne (Part 1)

    Oct 11 2019

    Typhoon Hagibas has forced World Rugby to cancel two world cup matches - but, more importantly, it's also a massive-scale storm, which could force the evacuation of millions of people from Tokyo. With local government elections done and dusted, outgoing Dunedin mayor and LGNZ president Dave Cull joins the panel to reflect on how local elections have changed over the years. NZ First has shot down a plan to make drug testing legal by this summer, because they say it could encourage drug use. Polic...more

  • I've been thinking for 11 October 2019

    Oct 11 2019

    What the Panellists Michelle Boag and Peter Dunne have been thinking about.

  • Story of the Day for 11 October 2019

    Oct 11 2019

    Have you ever read this?

  • One in 14 Kiwis working multiple jobs

    Oct 10 2019

    More than seven percent of New Zealanders are working more than one job in order to make ends meet. Is this a stark condemnation of the way of the world in 2019? Or are there benefits to having multiple streams of income?

  • Reading in a Digital Age

    Oct 10 2019

    Read NZ has released a new report called "Reading in a Digital Age", exploring how New Zealanders consume writing in 2019.

  • Turkey launches airstrikes in Syria as Trump pulls out

    Oct 10 2019

    International law professor Al Gillespie joins the panel to explain a bit about the situation in Syria.

  • Question of the Day for 10 October 2019

    Oct 10 2019

    What's the worst thing about open-plan offices? .

  • Where to from here, following Tuia 250?

    Oct 10 2019

    The most anticipated day of Tuia 250 has wrapped up with a private civic ceremony, but the question of how we commemorate controversial historical figures will be discussed for a long time yet.

  • NZ vs Italy cancelled due to approaching typhoon

    Oct 10 2019

    Two rugby world cup matches have been cancelled due to inclement weather. RNZ sports reporter Clay Wilson joins the panel to explain exactly what the situation is.

  • Two dead following synagogue shooting in Germany

    Oct 10 2019

    A Gunman has killed two people on Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the Jewidh year, in an attack in the German city of Halle...that he live streamed on a video gaming platform.

  • The Panel with Mihingarangi Forbes and Eli Matthewson (Part 2)

    Oct 10 2019

    What's the worst thing about open-plan offices? International law professor Al Gillespie joins the panel to explain a bit about the situation in Syria. Read NZ has released a new report called "Reading in a Digital Age", exploring how New Zealanders consume writing in 2019. More than seven percent of New Zealanders are working more than one job in order to make ends meet. Is this a stark condemnation of the way of the world in 2019? Or are there benefits to having multiple streams of income?

  • The Panel with Mihingarangi Forbes and Eli Matthewson (Part 1)

    Oct 10 2019

    A Gunman has killed two people on Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the Jewidh year, in an attack in the German city of Halle...that he live streamed on a video gaming platform. The most anticipated day of Tuia 250 has wrapped up with a private civic ceremony, but the question of how we commemorate controversial historical figures will be discussed for a long time yet. Two rugby world cup matches have been cancelled due to inclement weather. RNZ sports reporter Clay Wilson joins the panel to explai...more

  • I've been thinking for 10 October 2019

    Oct 10 2019

    What the Panellists Mihingarangi Forbes and Eli Matthewson have been thinking about.

  • Story of the Day for 10 October 2019

    Oct 10 2019

    The Greatest Day in the History of Twitter.

  • Plastic straw phase-out a bumpier road than expected

    Oct 09 2019

    It's proving more difficult than you might've thought to phase out plastic straws, with the alternatives prohibitively expensive and occasionally dangerous.

  • Increased tax for high-earning pensioners?

    Oct 09 2019

    Retirement commissioner Peter Cordtz joins the panel to discuss a novel idea to help safeguard the future of NZ Superannuation

  • Sadfishing is all bad

    Oct 09 2019

    Have you ever seen this on Facebook, someone posting "worst day, don't ask" or something along those lines? Or a paragraph about their feelings? It's called Sadfishing - an attempt to attract sympathy or get attention. And while the practice is under fire by some, one writer from the guardian says we shouldn't people opening up.

  • Question of the Day for 9 October 2019

    Oct 09 2019

    What would YOU do with the $7.5 billion government surplus?

  • When does protesting become counter-productive?

    Oct 09 2019

    Around the world, Extinction Rebellion activists are disrupting cities to draw attention to the threat of climate change. But is there a danger these more extreme acts are counter-productive to the ultimate goal?

  • Government reveals $7.5 billion surplus

    Oct 09 2019

    Finance Minister Grant Robertson - revealed the biggest budget surplus in a decade - 7.5 billion dollars, more than double the forecast.

  • The Panel with Rodney Hide and Marami Stephens (Part 2)

    Oct 09 2019

    What would YOU do with the $7.5 billion government surplus? Have you ever seen this on Facebook, someone posting "worst day, don't ask" or something along those lines? Or a paragraph about their feelings? It's called Sadfishing - an attempt to attract sympathy or get attention. And while the practice is under fire by some, one writer from the guardian says we shouldn't people opening up. Retirement commissioner Peter Cordtz joins the panel to discuss a novel idea to help safeguard the future of ...more

  • The Panel with Rodney Hide and Marami Stephens (Part 1)

    Oct 09 2019

    Finance Minister Grant Robertson - revealed the biggest budget surplus in a decade - 7.5 billion dollars, more than double the forecast. Around the world, Extinction Rebellion activists are disrupting cities to draw attention to the threat of climate change. But is there a danger these more extreme acts are counter-productive to the ultimate goal?

  • I've been thinking for 9 October 2019

    Oct 09 2019

    What the Panellists Rodney Hide and Marami Stephens have been thinking about.

  • Story of the Day for 9 October 2019

    Oct 09 2019

    Fines for kids leaving school early..

  • Auckland vice-chancellor refuses to back down

    Oct 08 2019

    The vice-chancellor of the University of Auckland is refusing to compel members of a group accused of harbouring white supremecist views to take down their posters and stickers from around campus.

  • Question of the Day for 8 October 2019

    Oct 08 2019

    If you won the mayoralty of your town or city, what would your first act be?

  • Last day for postal voting in local govt. elections

    Oct 08 2019

    Postal voting for local government candidates closes today. The Spinoff's Hayden Donnell , who's been following local body elections up and down the country for some months, joins us to chat about what he's learned about the power and the glory of local government.

  • Koru club overcrowded

    Oct 08 2019

    An opinion piece by Brook Sabin on Stuff decries the overcrowding of Air New Zealand's Koru Club. It says it's time to kick out the freeloaders because now it's more spacious outside the lounge than inside. He writes that what was once a place to relax is now a zoo and in the school holidays it's even worse - it becomes a kids club. The panellists discuss.

  • Vege prices could rise 60 percent in 25 years

    Oct 08 2019

    A recent report commissioned by Horticulture New Zealand suggests a single lettuce could cost as much as $5.50 in today's money by the year 2043. Agribusiness professor Hamish Gow joins the panel to discuss whether this is realistic, and whether we need to be guarding our fertile land more zealously.

  • Endeavour replica arrives in Gisborne

    Oct 08 2019

    The replica of Captain Cook's Endeavour ship made its way into Turanganui-a-Kiwa today, greeted thousands of spectators and about 50 protestors.

  • The Panel with Julia Whaipooti and Chris Gallavin (Part 2)

    Oct 08 2019

    Postal voting for local government candidates closes today. The Spinoff's Hayden Donnell , who's been following local body elections up and down the country for some months, joins us to chat about what he's learned about the power and the glory of local government. If you won the mayoralty of your town or city, what would your first act be? The vice-chancellor of the University of Auckland is refusing to compel members of a group accused of harbouring white supremecist views to take down their p...more

  • The Panel with Julia Whaipooti and Chris Gallavin (Part 1)

    Oct 08 2019

    The replica of Captain Cook's Endeavour ship made its way into Turanganui-a-Kiwa today, greeted thousands of spectators and about 50 protestors. A recent report commissioned by Horticulture New Zealand suggests a single lettuce could cost as much as $5.50 in today's money by the year 2043. Agribusiness professor Hamish Gow joins the panel to discuss whether this is realistic, and whether we need to be guarding our fertile land more zealously.

  • I've been thinking for 8 October 2019

    Oct 08 2019

    What the Panellists Julia Whaipooti and Chris Gallavin have been thinking about.

  • Story of the Day for 8 October 2019

    Oct 08 2019

    A thread went virl on twitter earlier this year it was by the comedian Zak Toscani and followed his quest to discover and suitably punish the workmate who had been stealing another of his colleagues' lunches.

  • Green buildings the way of the future?

    Oct 07 2019

    A professor of architectural engineering says the government needs to introduce new regulations to encourage more work in the green building space. Sam Archer from the Green Building Council joins the panel to clear up some definitions, and offer his thoughts on how to encourage more in this area.

  • Should we think about making universal free childcare?

    Oct 07 2019

    New Zealand has some of the most expensive childcare in the world - more than 10 percent of parents spent more than $200 on it every week. Peter Reynolds from the Early Childhood Council joins the Panel to discuss whether there are ways to make it more affordable.

  • Question of the Day

    Oct 07 2019

    Could you return to a life before having a smartphone? Why, or why not?

  • Return of the Girl Guide biscuits

    Oct 07 2019

    The humble girl guide biscuit was removed from shelves last year, but it's now made a glorious return.

  • Facebook backs away from misinformation policy

    Oct 07 2019

    Facebook has quietly allowed politicians and political messaging to fly under the radar of its new policies aimed at combatting misinformation.

  • Gang membership on the rise

    Oct 07 2019

    Despite efforts to tackle it, gang membership in New Zealand has risen by about a quarter since 2017. Sociologist and gang expert Dr Jarrod joins the panel to discuss what all this means, and whether the steps the government's taking to combat it are enough.

  • Student dies following flat party in Dunedin

    Oct 07 2019

    Over the weekend a 19 year-old student died at a flat party in Dunedin. Do our universities need to revisit their duty of care to students?

  • The Panel with Janet Wilson and David Slack (Part 2)

    Oct 07 2019

    Question of the Day; Should we think about making universal free childcare? Green buildings the way of the future? Return of the Girl Guide biscuits.

  • The Panel with Janet Wilson and David Slack (Part 1)

    Oct 07 2019

    Student dies following flat party in Dunedin; Gang membership on the rise; Facebook backs away from misinformation policy.

  • What the panellists have been thinking

    Oct 07 2019

    What the Panellists David Slack and Janet Wilson have been thinking about.

  • Story of the day with Emile Donovan

    Oct 07 2019

    Oversleeping through the ages.

  • Trump tells China to investigate Biden

    Oct 04 2019

    President Donald Trump has publicly called for China to investigate the Bidens. It's strikingly similar to a request he made of Ukraine - the request which has triggered an impeachment inquiry in congress. As he left for the White House today he told reporters both Ukraine and China should look into his political rival, Democrat Joe Biden and his son Hunter. The panellists share their thoughts on the impeachment issue.

  • Report: Ports of Auckland should move

    Oct 04 2019

    A Government commissioned working group has recommended relocating Auckland's Port operations to Northport near Whangarei, at a cost of 10 billion dollars.

  • No excuse for low voter interest

    Oct 04 2019

    Thought provoking article about voter turnout by Georgina Campbell, that the reasons for low voter turnout are frankly wearing thin.

  • Question of the Day - have you switched power companies?

    Oct 04 2019

    Have you switched power companies? What's your experience?

  • Waitlist for public housing hits record number

    Oct 04 2019

    The number of people waiting for public housing has grown to more than 13,000 for the first time. This despite the Government's home building efforts. It is a record number.

  • National: fine the parents

    Oct 04 2019

    The National Party is considering a policy that would fine parents of school drop outs. It's part of several tough welfare policies the party is floating ahead of next year's election.

  • Shake up for power prices

    Oct 04 2019

    Electricity reforms are set to be pushed through. There are a suite of recommendations outlined in the Electricity Price Reviews final report.

  • The Panel with Tracey Barnett and Chris Orr (Part 2)

    Oct 04 2019

    Question of the Day - have you switched your power supplier? No excuse for low voter interest; Reports: Ports of Auckland should move; Trump tells China to investigate Bidens.

  • The Panel with Tracey Barnett and Chris Orr (Part 1)

    Oct 04 2019

    Shake up for power companies; National: fine the parents; Waitlist for public housing hits record number.

  • What the panellists have been thinking

    Oct 04 2019

    What the Panellists Tracey Barnett and Chris Orr have been thinking about.

  • Story of the day with Ali Ventura

    Oct 04 2019

    The sup bro head nod. Stuff reports on a Reddit thread where a user was explaining to her Ukrainian colleague how Kiwis acknowledge on another.

  • Neighbourhood wars, hoop edition

    Oct 03 2019

    We've had a few stories lately about neighbours at war and today another, this time out of Napier. The offending object: A basketball hoop. It all started when the Hiha family put up the hoop on their own property, for their teen boys. A neighbour complained to the local council and staff told the family they'd have to move it. The panellists weigh in.

  • Censor speaks on Christchurch attack

    Oct 03 2019

    It was announced this morning that the accused Christchurch gunman has withdrawn his application to move his trial to another city. Meanwhile, Chief Censor David Shanks has opened up about the terror attack.

  • Vegan mocked for asking about food options

    Oct 03 2019

    Another story about vegans copping flack for their lifestyle. A woman asked an Auckland bar, HeadQuarters, if they had vegan food, only to receive a sarcastic rant back.

  • Auckland University staff denounce white supremacy

    Oct 03 2019

    Hundreds of University staff have signed an open letter declaring racism and white supremacy have no place at Auckland University. The University has said it won't remove white supremacists signs from campus.

  • Another criticism of Greta Thunberg

    Oct 03 2019

    Earlier this week panellist Gary McCormick spoke passionately about how frustrated he has been that men have been criticising Great Thunberg. Today another story about a principal from Australia.

  • Statement of regret better than apology

    Oct 03 2019

    The British High Commissioner Laura Clarke went to Gisborne yesterday to express regret for the violence that marked the arrival of James Cook and HMS Endeavour, 250 years ago, and the deaths of nine Maori.

  • Money for dungers

    Oct 03 2019

    Time to get rid of the dunger? The Government is considering paying people to scrap their old lemons in a bid to modernise the fleet.

  • The Panel with Penny Ashton and Scott Campbell (Part 2)

    Oct 03 2019

    Hundreds of University staff have signed an open letter declaring racism and white supremecy have no place at Auckland University. The University has said it won't remove white supremacists signs from campus. We speak to Chief Human Rights Commissioner Paul Hunt about our hate speech laws. Another story about vegans copping flack for their lifestyle. A woman asked an Auckland bar, HeadQuarters, if they had vegan food, only to receive a sarcastic rant back. Over Facebook the HeadQuarters page wor...more

  • The Panel with Penny Ashton and Scott Campbell (Part 1)

    Oct 03 2019

    Time to get rid of the dunger? The Government is considering paying people to scrap their old lemons in a bid to modernise the fleet. OIA documents released to the Newsroom website showed that the Government was investigating a voluntary car scrapping scheme. We speak to Matt Lowrie from Greater Auckland. The British High Comissioner Laura Clarke went to Gisborne yesterday to express regret for the violence that marked the arrival of James Cook and HMS Endeavour, 250 years ago, and the deaths of...more

  • What the panellists have been thinking

    Oct 03 2019

    What the Panellists Penny Ashton and Scott Campbell have been thinking about.

  • Story of the day for 3 October 2019

    Oct 03 2019

    Emily Zamourka, a musician originally from Russia, went viral after singing in an LA subway. She's now scored a record deal.

  • Budgeting: why it's not enough

    Oct 02 2019

    An opinion piece in Stuff written by Jackie Clarke from the Aunties caught our attention, titles "You Can't Budget Your Way Out of Poverty".

  • Ardie Savea's goggles

    Oct 02 2019

    All Blacks flanker Ardie Savea will wear protective goggles in the next RWC game against Canada.

  • Disabilities at an athletics carnival

    Oct 02 2019

    Sydney's top private boys schools have split over a decision to include a race for students with disabilities at an athletics carnival, prompting organisers to abandon the plan.

  • China's nuclear might

    Oct 02 2019

    China showed off its military might as the Communist Party celebrated its 70th anniversary. Trucks carrying weapons including nuclear-capable missiles drove down the streets of Beijing.

  • Question of the Day for 2 October 2019

    Oct 02 2019

    If you could launch a new discount card AKA supergold, what would it be for?

  • SuperGold gets a digital upgrade

    Oct 02 2019

    The SuperGold Card is entering the digital era with the launch of an app and upgrade websites. The upgrade sees a $7.7 million investment into the card and app.

  • The high cost of emergency accomodation

    Oct 02 2019

    Auckland landlords are charging the Government large amounts of money to house homeless people. Some are charging up to $300 a night to house homeless people who have nowhere else to go.

  • The Panel with Guy Williams and Jo McCarroll (Part 2)

    Oct 02 2019

    If you could launch a new discount card AKA supergold, what would it be for? China showed off its military might as the Communist Party celebrated its 70th anniversary. Trucks carrying weapons including nuclear-capable missiles drove down the streets of Beijing. Some of the weapons were being shown for the first time, alongside rows and rows of soldiers in Tiananmen Square. Sydney's top private boys schools have split over a decision to include a race for students with disabilities at an athleti...more

  • The Panel with Guy Williams and Jo McCarroll (Part 1)

    Oct 02 2019

    Auckland landlords are charging the Government large amounts of money to house homeless people. Some are charging up to $300 a night to house homeless people who have nowhere else to go. We speak to Ricardo Menendez from Auckland Action Against Poverty about the issue. The SuperGold Card is entering the digital era with the launch of an app and upgrade websites. The upgrade sees a $7.7 million investment into the card and app and online part of it and also sees 500 new businesses signing up. We ...more

  • What the panellist have been thinking for 2 October 2019

    Oct 02 2019

    What the Panellists Guy Williams and Jo McCarroll have been thinking about.

  • Story of the Day for 2 October 2019

    Oct 02 2019

    Favourite fodder of the tabloids Meghan Markle is our story today.

  • Unplug with a typewriter

    Oct 01 2019

    The humble typewriter is back, baby! I'm sure some may be arguing it never left...but it has of course fallen out of favour since the invent of the computer and all it's word-processing power.

  • Sleepover: the rules

    Oct 01 2019

    The classic sleepover - staying up all night with your mates, refusing to sleep, eating junk food and building forts. It's one of the best things about being a kid.

  • Oranga Tamariki staff attacked, assaulted

    Oct 01 2019

    Oranga Tamariki workers have been physically and verbally attacked, and since the controversy over the removal of babies in OT care, they say the abuse has increased.

  • NZ First shuts down legal drug testing

    Oct 01 2019

    NZ First has shot down a plan to make drug testing legal by this summer, because they say it could encourage drug use. Police Minister Stuart Nash said the move would save lives and hospitalisations.

  • Parliament TV rules review

    Oct 01 2019

    The National Party's accused the Speaker, Trevor Mallard, of attempting censorship after his call for political attack ads using footage from Parliamentary TV to be withdrawn from social media.

  • Question of the Day for 1 October 2019

    Oct 01 2019

    Would you like to see CEO pay capped, and to what level? Why?

  • Posters won't be taken down

    Oct 01 2019

    The University of Auckland will not remove white supremacists signs from campus. The University's vice-chancellor says it's quote "unfortunate" but won't condemn them, as it's free speech.

  • Business confidence: what's going on?

    Oct 01 2019

    Dismal Levels - that's how New Zealand's business confidence has been described. According to the the ANZ Business Outlook survey confidence fell 2 points.

  • Capping executive pay

    Oct 01 2019

    Max Rashbrooke, a researcher on economic inequality, wants limits brought in on what he calls the astronomically high executive pay levels in the public service.

  • The Panel with Ruwani Perera and Simon Pound (Part 2)

    Oct 01 2019

    Would you like to see CEO pay capped, and to what level? Why? The National Party's accused the Speaker, Trevor Mallard, of attempting censorship and attacking democracy after his call for political attack ads using footage from Parliamentary TV to be withdrawn from social media. The Standing orders comittee announced yesterday it was taking public submissions into a review of how footage from parliament could be used. The panellists tell us what they think of the review. NZ First has shot down a...more

  • The Panel with Ruwani Perera and Simon Pound (Part 1)

    Oct 01 2019

    Max Rashbrooke, a researcher on economic inequality, wants limits brought in on what he calls the astronomically high executive pay levels in the public service. Finance Minister Grant Robertson has encouraged companies to keep a lid of directors pay this year. We speak to Max Rashbrooke about what should be done. Dismal Levels - that's how New Zealand's business confidence has been described. According tothe the ANZ Business Outlook survey confidence fell 2 points, with a net 54 per cent of res...more

  • What the panellist have been thinking for 1 October 2019

    Oct 01 2019

    What the Panellists Ruwani Perera and Simon Pound have been thinking about.

  • Story of the Day for 1 October 2019

    Oct 01 2019

    A scathing piece about the leafy green in the Atlantic has had a huge response, with many people sighing with relief that they no longer have to pretend to like the vegetable.

  • Why we need embrace density

    Sep 30 2019

    Many of our cities are unaffordable, particularly when it comes to housing. An underlying trend, an opinion for Stuff argues, is our continued love affair with single dwelling housing.

  • Flight-shaming: Why it won't take off

    Sep 30 2019

    The flight shaming movement that started in Sweden and has grown quite fast in parts of the world, but it's seems unlikely to take off in New Zealand - mainly because it's hard to get anywhere without flying.

  • Don't air your laundry in Hobsonville Point

    Sep 30 2019

    A fierce debate over dirty laundry is heating up in Hobsonville Point in Auckland. Some residents are furious about washing being hung out to dry on lines rigged up outside homes.

  • Haka unfair advantage says Irish writer

    Sep 30 2019

    Irish writer, Ewan McKenna has stirred the pot with his call for a ban on the All Blacks' haka at each match, saying it gives them an edge over their opponents and is merely an ego trip for the New Zealand side.

  • The nominees for Nobel

    Sep 30 2019

    The Nobel Peace Prize will be announced a week Friday and the possible awardees are in hot debate. Donald Trump, Greta Thunberg and Jacinda Ardern are all on the list, so who has a chance?

  • Question of the Day for 30 September 2019

    Sep 30 2019

    Who would you choose as the next Nobel peace prize winner? Trump, Thunberg, Ardern...why?

  • Does the council have power over water consents?

    Sep 30 2019

    The thorny issue of water bottling is tackled in a piece by RNZ's Emma Hatton. A group that opposes water bottling group maintains that regional councils have the power to decline consents. Councils disagree.

  • Voting begins for local government

    Sep 30 2019

    Local Body election papers have been sent in the post and it's time for people to start reviewing and deciding their choices. We discuss the process and whether it works.

  • The Panel with Sally Wenley and Gary McCormick (Part 2)

    Sep 30 2019

    The Nobel Peace Prize will be announced a week Friday and the possible awardees are in hot debate. Donald Trump, Greta Thunberg and Jacinda Ardern are all on the list, so who has a chance? We ask Waikato Law Professor Al Gillespie. Who would you choose as the next Nobel peace prize winner? Trump, Thunberg, Ardern...why? The Nobel Peace Prize will be announced a week Friday and the possible awardees are in hot debate. Donald Trump, Greta Thunberg and Jacinda Ardern are all on the list, so who has...more

  • The Panel with Sally Wenley and Gary McCormick (Part 1)

    Sep 30 2019

    Local Body election papers have been sent in the post and it's time for people to start reviewing and decising their choices. We discuss the process and whether it works. The thorny issue of water bottling is tackled in a piece by RNZ's Emma Hatton. A group that opposes water bottling group maintains that regional councils have the power to decline consents, but they just choose not to. But Wellington Council say its hands are tied under existing rules unless there is proof the extractions will ...more

  • What the panellist have been thinking for 30 September 2019

    Sep 30 2019

    What the Panellists Sally Wenley and Gary McCormick have been thinking about.

  • Story of the Day for 30 September 2019

    Sep 30 2019

    Needy businesses, clingy and insecure, they ask you to rate their performance the second you purchase something.

  • Lawns vs carparking stoush at Hamilton gardens

    Sep 27 2019

    Hamilton council under fire for proposing to tarseal over a lawn at Hamilton gardens which locals say would be a huge loss as a venue.

  • Trumpp road a bridge too far for Wanaka

    Sep 27 2019

    Wanaka's far removed from Washington D.C but Trumpp is causing problems in the alpine resort town over a proposal to name a new street, Trumpp Rd.

  • Fonterra changes its business strategy after posting huge loss

    Sep 27 2019

    Dairy giant Fonterra says its moving its focus from global dominance to be a national champion taking our dairy to the world on the back of posting massive loss for the year.

  • Call for less reality TV more game shows

    Sep 27 2019

    Calls for less reality TV shows and a return to Game shows. Former game show hostess, Irene Gardiner joins the panel to talk about why they stopped being made.

  • Question of the Day for 27 September 2019

    Sep 27 2019

    What was you favourite gameshow?

  • Public law expert joins the discussion on ad attack ban

    Sep 27 2019

    Public law expert, Graeme Edgeler joins the discussion on whether or not the Speaker of the house can ban attack ads using footage from parliament tv.

  • NZ Climate strike day has a huge turnout around the country

    Sep 27 2019

    New Zealand Climate Strike day sees hundreds of thousands turn up to March, impressing Greta Thunberg who's retweeted the huge crowds from Dunedin to her followers.

  • Trump trouble continues after transcript released of phonecall

    Sep 27 2019

    Trump's troubles continue after transcript of his phone call is released and the whistleblower's revealed to be working with the CIA.

  • The Panel with Ruth Money and Ian Telfer (Part 2)

    Sep 27 2019

    Calls for less reality TV shows and a return to Game shows. Former game show hostess, Irene Gardiner joins the panel to talk about why they stopped being made. What was you favourite gameshow? Dairy giant Fonterra says its moving its focus from global dominance to be a national champion taking our dairy to the world on the back of posting massive loss for the year. Wanaka's far removed from Washington D.C but Trumpp is causing problems in the alpine resort town over a proposal to name a new stre...more

  • The Panel with Ruth Money and Ian Telfer (Part 1)

    Sep 27 2019

    Trump's troubles continue after transcript of his phone call is released and the whistleblower's revealed to be working with the CIA. New Zealand Climate Strike day sees hundreds of thousands turn up to March, impressing Greta Thunberg who's retweeted the huge crowds from Dunedin to her followers. Public law expert, Graeme Edgeler joins the discussion on whether or not the Speaker of the house can ban attack ads using footage from parliament tv.

  • What the panellist have been thinking for 27 September 2019

    Sep 27 2019

    What the Panellists Ruth Money and Ian Telfer have been thinking about.

  • Story of the day with Caitlin Cherry for 27 September 2019

    Sep 27 2019

    Caitlin shares some the best and funniest banners from the climate strike marches around the country and the world

  • Overcoming the anxities of small talk with your work mates

    Sep 26 2019

    Researchers says office small talk is vital to team building and people need to stop being anxious about shooting the breeze with their workmates

  • Calls for transparency by council hopefuls around the country

    Sep 26 2019

    Max Rashbrooke wants council candidates to be more open about who they are amid concerns there are some unsuitable to be on local bodies.

  • Concerns about a loss of cultural sovereignty due to Netflix

    Sep 26 2019

    Former BBC boss worries that British cultural sovereignty will be lost with media domination by other streaming platforms.

  • Plans for Te Papa North in Auckland shelved

    Sep 26 2019

    Plans for a Te Papa north to be established in Manukau have been shelved after funding was turned down by the government.

  • Question of the Day for 26 September 2019

    Sep 26 2019

    What are your memories of the old bottle refund scheme?

  • Plastic bottle refund scheme touted to improve recycling

    Sep 26 2019

    Zero waste network chairman, Marty Hoffart joins the discussion on the government exploring a plastic bottle refund scheme to encourage more recycling.

  • Goff says vacant Auckland homes should go to the homeless

    Sep 26 2019

    Auckland Mayor says that any vacant homes in the city should be forced to house the homeless after the Census showed there were around 40 thousand empty homes.

  • Trump's impeachment woes and Ardern's image taking a hit

    Sep 26 2019

    Trump's impeachment problems looking worse today than yesterday and Jacina Ardern's image is taking a hit over her failure to be tougher with Trump and at the UN.

  • The Panel with Lizzie Marvelly and Bill Ralston (Part 2)

    Sep 26 2019

    what are your memories of the old bottle refund scheme? Plans for a Te Papa north to be established in Manukau have been shelved after funding was turned down by the government. Former BBC boss worries that British cultural sovereignty will be lost with media domination by other streaming platforms. Max Rashbrooke wants council candidates to be more open about who they are amid concerns there are some unsuitable to be on local bodies. Researchers says office small talk is vital to team building ...more

  • The Panel with Lizzie Marvelly and Bill Ralston (Part 1)

    Sep 26 2019

    Trump's impeachment problems looking worse today than yesterday and Jacina Ardern's image is taking a hit over her failure to be tougher with Trump and at the UN. Auckland Mayor says that any vacant homes in the city should be forced to house the homeless after the Census showed there were around 40 thousand empty homes. Zero waste network chairman, Marty Hoffart joins the discussion on the government exploring a plastic bottle refund scheme to encourage more recycling.

  • What the panellist have been thinking for 26 September 2019

    Sep 26 2019

    What the Panellists Lizzie Marvelly and Bill Ralston have been thinking about.

  • Story of the day with Ali Ventura for 26 September 2019

    Sep 26 2019

    Today's story is about the beginnings of the labradoodle and regrets from the original breeder about how it's now an out of control sought after breed.

  • 80's mullet making a come back in Upper Hutt

    Sep 25 2019

    Upper Hutt barber fighting back over the trend in mullets spreading throughout the suburb.

  • Mood of the boardroom reveals PM not connecting with business

    Sep 25 2019

    Auckland Chamber of Commerce CEO, Michael Barnett, joins the discussion on how business views the current government and why Winston Peters is seen as the voice of reason for many.

  • PM urges UN to learn the lessons of the Chch mosque shootings

    Sep 25 2019

    The 'Christchurch Call' under scrutiny at the UN as the PM addresses leaders urging them learn the lessons of mosque shooting.

  • Question of the Day for 25 September 2019

    Sep 25 2019

    What are your tips to quieten a ruminating mind.

  • Decile rating system for schools to be scrapped

    Sep 25 2019

    NZEI President, Lynda Stuart joins the discussion on why decile ratings for schools were misleading and why a new system is well overdue.

  • Political implosions of both sides of the Atlantic

    Sep 25 2019

    Political headaches for leaders on both sides of the Atlantic. Dr Ed Willis, a legal expert at Auckland University, joins the discussion to talk through implications for both UK PM Boris Johnson and US President Donald Trump.

  • The Panel with Golnaz Bassam Tabar and Mark Sainsbury (Part 2)

    Sep 25 2019

    What are your tips to quieten a ruminating mind. The 'Christchurch Call' under scrutiny at the UN as the PM addresses leaders urging them learn the lessons of mosque shooting. Auckland Chamber of Commerce CEO, Michael Barnett, joins the discussion on how business views the current government and why Winston Peters is seen as the voice of reason for many. Upper Hutt barber fighting back over the trend in mullets spreading throughout the suburb.

  • The Panel with Golnaz Bassam Tabar and Mark Sainsbury (Part 1)

    Sep 25 2019

    Political headaches for leaders on both sides of the Atlantic. Dr Ed Willis, a legal expert at Auckland University, joins the discussion to talk through implications for both UK PM Boris Johnson and US President Donald Trump. NZEI President, Lynda Stuart joins the discussion on why decile ratings for schools were misleading and why a new system is well overdue.

  • I've been thinking for 25 September 2019

    Sep 25 2019

    What the Panellists Golnaz Bassam Tabar and Mark Sainsbury have been thinking about.

  • Story of the Day for 25 September 2019

    Sep 25 2019

    Pope Francis urges people to stop calling themselves "authentic" Christians

  • To clap or to not clap when the plane lands?

    Sep 24 2019

    Growing tensions trending online over people who clap when a plane lands safely.

  • Australia putting up a fight over manuka trademark in China

    Sep 24 2019

    Australia wants to fight New Zealand attempts to trade mark "manuka honey" in China. John Rawcliffe from the Manuka Honey Appellation Society explains what's going on.

  • CEO says girls should be taught how to ask for a payrise

    Sep 24 2019

    Highly paid UK charity chief says girls should be taught at school how to ask for a payrise

  • Question of the Day for 24 September 2019

    Sep 24 2019

    The Booker prize is coming up in 3 weeks, so maybe WHAT book do YOU think should have won a Booker Prize?

  • Kiwibank's 18th birthday offers few reasons to celebrate

    Sep 24 2019

    Banking expert Dr Claire Matthews joins the discussion on what there is to celebrate as Kiwibank turns 18 and still only has four percent of the banking market.

  • More tax breaks for NZ research and development

    Sep 24 2019

    New Zealand businesses will benefit from tax breaks worth at least $80 million over five years, to encourage them to spend more on research and innovation.

  • WC Ardern, Trump, Johnson UN

    Sep 24 2019

    All eyes on New York with Jacinda Ardern meeting US president and British PM there while Greta Thunberg rips into the politicians for doing little to address Climate Change at the UN.

  • The Panel with Alexia Russell and Matt Nippert (Part 2)

    Sep 24 2019

    The Booker prize is coming up in 3 weeks, so maybe WHAT book do YOU think should have won a Booker Prize? Highly paid UK charity chief says girls should be taught at school how to ask for a playrise. Australia wants to fight New Zealand attempts to trade mark "manuka honey" in China. John Rawcliffe from the Manuka Honey Appellation Society explains what's going on. Growing tensions trending online over people who clap when a plane lands safely.

  • The Panel with Alexia Russell and Matt Nippert (Part 1)

    Sep 24 2019

    All eyes on New York with Jacinda Ardern meeting US president and British PM there while Greta Thunberg rips into the politicians for doing little to address Climate Change at the UN. New Zealand businesses will benefit from tax breaks worth at least $80 million over five years, to encourage them to spend more on research and innovation. Banking expert Dr Claire Matthews joins the discussion on what there is to celebrate as Kiwibank turns 18 and still only has four percent of the banking market....more

  • What the panellist have been thinking for 24 September 2019

    Sep 24 2019

    What the Panellists Alexia Russell and Matt Nippert have been thinking about.

  • Story of the Day for 24 September 2019

    Sep 24 2019

    Ali Ventura joins the Panel for the story of the day about focussing on anxieties when trying to meditate.

  • Trademe doesn't act over sexist remarks from one of its sellers

    Sep 23 2019

    Trademe's lack of action over bad trade and sexist language highlighted in tribunal claim.

  • Should film tax breaks be applied to other industries?

    Sep 23 2019

    Economist Eric Crampton joins the discussion on whether the film tax breaks would be effective for other industries.

  • Labour accused of being allergic to women by complainant

    Sep 23 2019

    Woman who complained to Labour Party about sexual assault says the response leads her to believe the party has a problem with women.

  • Question of the Day for 23 September 2019

    Sep 23 2019

    What were your dodgy dress up choices of the past?

  • Blackface fall out reveals more and more who've done it

    Sep 23 2019

    More dodgy costume offenders have been pinged following revelations about Justin Trudeau's blackface blunders.

  • Jacinda Ardern on her way to U.S to meet Trumpa and address UN

    Sep 23 2019

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern heads to New York to address the UN and meet with President Donald Trump.

  • Spark streaming a flop for first All Blacks' RWC match

    Sep 23 2019

    Tech commentator, Paul Spain, joins the discussion on what went wrong for Spark Sport streaming for the first All Blacks' match of the Rugby World Cup.

  • The Panel with Ali Mau and Morgan Godfrey (Part 2)

    Sep 23 2019

    What were your dodgy dress up choices of the past? Woman who complained to Labour Party about sexual assault says the response leads her to believe the party has a problem with women. Economist Eric Crampton joins the discussion on whether the film tax breaks would be effective for other industries. Trademe's lack of action over bad trade and sexist language highlighted in tribunal claim.

  • The Panel with Ali Mau and Morgan Godfrey (Part 1)

    Sep 23 2019

    Tech commentator, Paul Spain, joins the discussion on what went wrong for Spark Sport streaming for the first All Blacks' match of the Rugby World Cup. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern heads to New York to address the UN and meet with President Donald Trump. What were your dodgy dress up choices of the past?

  • I've been thinking for 23 September 2019

    Sep 23 2019

    What the Panellists Ali Mau and Morgan Godfrey have been thinking about.

  • Story of the Day for 23 September 2019

    Sep 23 2019

    Census show church of the flying Spaghetti Monster has more followers than Destiny Church.