Podcast

RNZ: The Panel

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

Episodes

  • Are shorts appropriate at work?

    Nov 11 2019

    Do you ever wear shorts to work? That's the debate between stylists in a piece on the ABC. It begins with a quote from fashion designer Tom Ford - "A man should never wear shorts in the city, shorts should only be worn on the tennis court or the beach".

  • Home ownership at lowest level since 1951

    Nov 11 2019

    Home ownership levels are at the lowest level since 1951. According the the 2018 census 64.5 percent of New Zealanders own their own home compared with nearly 74 percent in the early 90s.

  • National MP says benefit cuts could be good for Māori

    Nov 11 2019

    National MP Joanne Hayes reckons benefit cuts could be good for Māori. She says cutting benefits could strengthen whānau - if they're resourceful. Her comments have been condemned by the Māori council.

  • The Question of the Day for 11 November 2019

    Nov 11 2019

    The Berlin Wall came down officially on November 9, thirty years ago. What world/local event do you recall exactly where you were at the time? E.g Berlin Wall

  • Singles' Day: why it's becoming more popular here

    Nov 11 2019

    Have you ever heard of Singles' Day? It's the biggest global shopping event - in 2018 it made $46 billion sales in one day. But it's generally unknown to Kiwis.

  • Fear over new armed police teams

    Nov 11 2019

    Residents and politicians fear new armed police teams are being used for lower risk responses and "preventative patrolling" after an arrest in suburban Hamilton over the weekend.

  • Is there a need for the new sustainable party?

    Nov 11 2019

    A new political party launched yesterday, called Sustainable NZ. The party's leader Vernon Tava said that the party would be pro environment, science and business.

  • Australian fires level "catastrophic" threat

    Nov 11 2019

    Australia is burning and residents have been warned the threat to areas around Sydney is "catastrophic". At least three people are dead and thousands have been displaced in the fires.

  • The Panel with Mark Knoff-Thomas and Mihingarangi Forbes

    Nov 11 2019

    On 4 November 1989 a million people flooded onto the streets bearing lit candles to protest against a repressive East German regime that days later would yield power to people and raise the toll bars at the border crossings in the city. It was an extraordinary moment and what followed was then, almost unthinkable...The Berlin Wall would be dismantled in days. It came down officially on November 9, thirty years ago. National MP Joanne Hayes reckons benefit cuts could be good for Maori. Ms Hayes i...more

  • The Panel with Mark Knoff-Thomas and Mihingarangi Forbes (Part 1)

    Nov 11 2019

    Australia is burning and residents have been warned the threat to areas around Sydney is "catastrophic". At least thre epeople are dead and thousands have been displaced in the fires which have been burning over the weekend. More than 100 are still burning now across New South Wales. A new political party launched yesterday, called Sustainable NZ. The party's leader Vernon Tava said that the party would be pro environment, science and business. Mr Tava, a failed Green's leader aspirant, said his...more

  • I've been thinking for 11 November 2019

    Nov 11 2019

    What the panellists Mark Knoff-Thomas and Mihingarangi Forbes have been thinking about.

  • Story of the day with Ali Ventura

    Nov 11 2019

    Story of the day with Ali Ventura.

  • Colbert's NZ trip: Worth it?

    Nov 08 2019

    Comedian Stephen Colbert's trip to New Zealand cost us more than $100,000, Tourism NZ has revealed. The American visited the country last month after Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern invited him on his late-night TV show.

  • U2 superfans are upsetting locals by taking over queues

    Nov 08 2019

    International U2 super fans causing problems with their queuing system at the gates of Mt Smart stadium.

  • Zero Carbon bill passes unanimously

    Nov 08 2019

    Yesterday Parliament showed a rare display of cross party unity in all but unanimously enacting the bill designed to make New Zealand net carbon zero by 2050.

  • Ad authority says ice cream doesn't make you happy

    Nov 08 2019

    The Advertising Standards Authority has ordered the removal of an ad on a dairy in Whangarei which displayed Streets ice creams with the tagline "Ice cream makes you happy".

  • Question of the Day for 8 October 2019

    Nov 08 2019

    What one figure from history would you like to see a hologram of in concert? Dead musicians are taking the stage again in digital form.

  • Not-so-ok-boomers: superannuitants living in poverty

    Nov 08 2019

    Interesting opinion piece in the NZ Herald by former health social work manager Dara McNaught on the issue of superannuitants being caught in the trap of poverty.

  • Changes for Oranga Tamariki after review

    Nov 08 2019

    Oranga Tamariki has announced its findings of an internal inquiry into its contoversial attempt to uplift a newborn baby from its teenage mother in Hawke's Bay.

  • The Panel with Ben Thomas and Verity Johnson (Part 2)

    Nov 08 2019

    Dead musicians are taking the stage again in digital form. Roy Orbison, Amy Winehouse, Whitney Houston, Maria Callas, Ronne James Dio - all would be performing again, thanks to a new crop of companies putting Hollywood style digital recreations of famous musicians on stage. It got us thinking about the moral implications of resurrecting long dead artists. Yesterday Parliament showed a rare display of cross party unity in all but unanimously enacting the bill designed to make New Zealand net carb...more

  • The Panel with Ben Thomas and Verity Johnson (Part 1)

    Nov 08 2019

    Oranga Tamariki has announced its findings of an internal inquiry into its contoversial attempt to uplift a newborn baby from its teenage mother in Hawkes Bay. It found a litany of failures and the Oranga Tamariki chief executive has promised change. Melanie Reid from Newroom broke the story and continues to follow it now, she joins the discussion. Interesting opinion piece in the NZ Herald by former health social work manager Dara McNaught on the issue of superannuitants being caught in the tra...more

  • I've been thinking for 8 November 2019

    Nov 08 2019

    What the panellists Ben Thomas and Verity Johnson have been thinking about.

  • Story of the Day for 8 November 2019

    Nov 08 2019

    Story of the day with Emile Donovan.

  • Happymeal turns 40 and blamed for childhood obesity

    Nov 07 2019

    McDonald's happymeal is forty this year, but many believe there's little to celebrate. Marketing expert Dr Joya Kemper explains why it was a such success and it's legacy

  • Expert looks at the impact social media political messaging has

    Nov 07 2019

    Massey University Professor Claire Robinson discusses whether social media political messaging works better than going through traditional sources.

  • Why do we still persist with name suppression in the age of the internet?

    Nov 07 2019

    Is name suppression through the courts still effective in the age of the internet?

  • Question of the Day for 7 October 2019

    Nov 07 2019

    What's your worst email faux pas?

  • Reply all emails the bain of office workers around the world

    Nov 07 2019

    Why office workers around the world abhor the inevitable "reply-all" emails they are sent.

  • Finance minister calls out the insurance industry over uninsurables

    Nov 07 2019

    Finance minister warns the insurance industry they have a duty of care to soceity to not create a class of uninsurables.

  • Government back tracks on tougher new rules for partnership visas

    Nov 07 2019

    The government instructs immigration to revert back to partnership visa rules after the stricter regime impacted heavily on the Indian community.

  • The Panel with Ruwani Perera and Ian Telfer (Part 2)

    Nov 07 2019

    Is name suppression through the courts still effective in the age of the internet? Massey University Professor Claire Robinson discusses whether social media political messaging works better than going through traditional sources. McDonald's happymeal is forty this year, but many believe there's little to celebrate. Marketing expert Dr Joya Kemper explains why it was a such success and it's legacy

  • The Panel with Ruwani Perera and Ian Telfer (Part 1)

    Nov 07 2019

    The government instructs immigration to revert back to parntership visa rules after the stricter regime impacted heavily on the Indian community. Finance minister warns the insurance industry they have a duty of care to soceity to not create a class of uninsurables. Why office workers around the world abhor the inevitable "reply-all" emails they are sent.

  • I've been thinking for 7 November 2019

    Nov 07 2019

    What the panellists Ruwani Perera and Ian Telfer have been thinking about.

  • Story of the Day for 7 November 2019

    Nov 07 2019

    Remembering an iconic episode of WKRP in Cincinnati; Turkey's Away.

  • Happy hour for mental health for Movember call

    Nov 06 2019

    Movember charity movement calling for a happy hour for mental health to be introduced in businesses to get them talking about their wellbeing with colleagues, family and friends.

  • Govt looks at trying to stop people accessing porn online

    Nov 06 2019

    Government moving ahead with plans in an attempt stop people accessing pornography online.

  • Taranaki project helps youth get licences

    Nov 06 2019

    Taranaki initiative helping youth to learn to drive and make them more in employable.

  • The media applauds Keanu Reeves for age appropriate partner

    Nov 06 2019

    The internet explodes over Keanu Reeves confirming his relationship with an age-appropriate woman.

  • Youth reporter helps unpack the OK boomer in parliament comment

    Nov 06 2019

    RNZ Youth Issues reporter Katie Doyle helps to explain the term "Ok Boomer" used by Green MP Chlöe Swarbrick during her speech in Parliament.

  • Question of the Day for 6 November 2019

    Nov 06 2019

    Why do you think the sale of fire works to the public should or shouldn't be banned?

  • Sonny Bill Williams gets $10 million contract

    Nov 06 2019

    Sony Bill Williams probably feels a bit better about the All Blacks failed bid for a third world cup title after signing 10 million dollar deal to return to rugby league.

  • Christopher Luxon's church under the spotlight

    Nov 06 2019

    Christopher Luxon's preacher is singled out for his views after the former CEO of Air New Zealand announced he's standing for National in the Botany seat.

  • California burns as Trumps pulls out of Paris agreement

    Nov 06 2019

    IPCC panelist Bronwyn Hayward joins the discussion on why Trump is pulling out of the Paris Agreement and what it means for the planet.

  • The Panel with Jacqueline Nairn and Chris Orr (Part 2)

    Nov 06 2019

    Why do you think the sale of fire works to the public should or shouldn't be banned? RNZ Youth Issues reporter Katie Doyle helps to explain the term "Ok Boomer" used by Green MP Chlöe Swarbrick during her speech in Parliament. The internet explodes over Keanu Reeves confirming his relationship with an age-appropriate woman. Taranaki initiative helping youth to learn to drive and make them more in employable. Government moving ahead with plans in an attempt stop people accessing pornography onlin...more

  • The Panel with Jacqueline Nairn and Chris Orr (Part 1)

    Nov 06 2019

    IPCC panelist Bronwyn Hayward joins the discussion on why Trump is pulling out of the Paris Agreement and what it means for the planet. Christopher Luxon's preacher is singled out for his views after the former CEO of Air New Zealand announced he's standing for National in the Botany seat. Sony Bill Williams probably feels a bit better about the All Blacks failed bid for a third world cup title after signing 10 million dollar deal to return to rugby league.

  • I've been thinking for 6 November 2019

    Nov 06 2019

    What the panellists Jacqueline Nairn and Chris Orr have been thinking about.

  • Story of the Day for 6 November 2019

    Nov 06 2019

    You may have heard that Facebook has rebranded - they've kept the name though that was up for debate - but now it's in all capital letters and now the name is multi-coloured.

  • Man accused of being a pevert over wardrobe malfunction

    Nov 05 2019

    Man thinks he's being helpful pointing out a woman's wardrobe malfunction, but is told he's a pervert instead.

  • Climate activists target fast fashion as environment evil doer

    Nov 05 2019

    Climate change activists are now targeting fast fashion as environmental sinners with questionable ethics.

  • Strict legal aid rules for civil courts causing concerns

    Nov 05 2019

    Ministry of Justice figures show that there's a concerning trend of people braving the civil court without a lawyer.

  • Question of the Day for 5 November 2019

    Nov 05 2019

    What music T shirt do you have that means something special to you ?

  • Cloud over Melbourne Cup race after mistreatement of horses

    Nov 05 2019

    Melbourne cup being run amid controversy and mistreatment of horses.

  • National party changes in the past day.

    Nov 05 2019

    Former National party staffer, Ben Thomas, joins the discussion about Christopher Luxon as National's candidate in Botany and Maggie Barry leaving politics.

  • The Panel with Paula Penfold and Mike Rehu (Part 2)

    Nov 05 2019

    What music T shirt do you have that means something special to you? Minsitry of justice figures show that there's a concerning trend of people braving the civil court without a lawyer. Fast fashion being targeted by climate change activists who're calling for a boycott of stores. Man thinks he's being helpful pointing out a woman's wardrobe malfunction, but is told he's a pervert instead.

  • The Panel with Paula Penfold and Mike Rehu (Part 1)

    Nov 05 2019

    Former National party staffer, Ben Thomas, joins the discussion about Christopher Luxon as National's candidate in Botany and Maggie Barry leaving politics. Melbourne cup being run amid controversy and mistreatment of horses.

  • I've been thinking for 5 November 2019

    Nov 05 2019

    What the panellists Paula Penfold and Mike Rehu have been thinking about.

  • Story of the Day for 5 November 2019

    Nov 05 2019

    There's a Day for everything these days....

  • Joker creates new media tourism spot

    Nov 04 2019

    Joker creates new media tourism spot in New York and locals aren't happy about it.

  • Blue spaces are better for mental health than green ones

    Nov 04 2019

    Science showing that blue spaces more than green are beneficial for mental health.

  • Pushy job seeker doesn't handle his rejection well

    Nov 04 2019

    Pushy job seeker doesn't take his rejection well when he's told his aggressive approach wasn't welcome at a company.

  • Southland Chamber of Commerce on Tiwai point plant closing

    Nov 04 2019

    Petition started to stop the closure of Tiwai Point aluminium smelter. Petition backer .... explains the impact a closure would have on the region's population.

  • Why are fireworks still being sold?

    Nov 04 2019

    Every year there are calls for bans on the public sale of fireworks. So why has nothing changed?

  • Question of the Day for 4 November 2019

    Nov 04 2019

    Would you work a five hour day with restricted mobile phone and email access? Why/why not?

  • German tech firm introduces five hour working day

    Nov 04 2019

    German tech firm introduces five hour working day, but there's a catch.

  • Conclusion of RWC overview of what's happened

    Nov 04 2019

    A look at the 2019 Rugby World Cup action, the winners the losers and how AB's fans appear to have become more reasonable.

  • From today - armed response units

    Nov 04 2019

    Mixed response to armed police units deployed in three parts of the country.

  • South East Asia summit's significance increases

    Nov 04 2019

    South East Asia summit more significant after APEC in Chile is cancelled. Professor of International Law, Al Gillespie joins the discussion to talk about the implications.

  • The Panel with Niki Bezzant and David Slack (Part 2)

    Nov 04 2019

    Would you work a five hour day with restricted mobile phone and email access? Why/why not? Every year there are calls for bans on the public sale of fireworks. So why has nothing changed? Petition started to stop the closure of Tiwai Point aluminium smelter. Petition backer .... explains the impact a closure would have on the region's population. Pushy job seeker doesn't take his rejection well when he's told his aggressive approach wasn't welcome at a company. Science showing that blue spaces m...more

  • The Panel with Niki Bezzant and David Slack (Part 1)

    Nov 04 2019

    South East Asia summit more significant after APEC in Chile is cancelled. Professor of International Law, Al Gillespie joins the discussion to talk about the implications. Mixed response to armed police units deployed in three parts of the country. German tech firm introduces five hour working day, but there's a catch.

  • I've been thinking for 4 November 2019

    Nov 04 2019

    What the panellists Niki Bezzant and David Slack have been thinking about.

  • Story of the Day for 4 November 2019

    Nov 04 2019

    Show Mariah Carey the respect she deserves.

  • Netflix angers directors with fast-speed button

    Nov 01 2019

    The introduction of a fast-speed button on streaming platform Netflix.

  • Should Norfolk Island join New Zealand?

    Nov 01 2019

    A survey of Norfolk Islanders shows the majority.

  • Obama warns against pitfalls of "cancel culture"

    Nov 01 2019

    Barack Obama has spoken out against the dangers of people seeing "activism" being the shaming of people who've said or done stupid things in their past.

  • Govt considers giving more power to courts

    Nov 01 2019

    The government is considering giving more power to courts, by giving judges the power to issues declarations that any law is inconsistent with the Bill of Rights and insisting the government respond. Former finance minister Sir Michael Cullen joins the panel to discuss.

  • Question of the Day for 1 November 2019

    Nov 01 2019

    What is a great slogan for a city or town?

  • Councillors elected on the toss of a coin?

    Nov 01 2019

    Some of New Zealand's local councils' seats were so hotly contested they were won on pure luck. But is there a better way?

  • E-scooter licence renewed in Auckland

    Nov 01 2019

    E-scooters are here to stay in Auckland - for the next six months, at least.

  • Twitter bans all political advertising

    Nov 01 2019

    In stark contrast to Facebook, Twitter has decided to ban all political advertising from its platform. The panel assesses the decision and its implications.

  • The Panel with Ruth Money and Damian Christie (Part 2)

    Nov 01 2019

    What is a great slogan for a city or town? The government is considering giving more power to courts, by giving judges the power to issues declarations that any law is inconsistent with the Bill of Rights and insisting the government respond. Former finance minister Sir Michael Cullen joins the panel to discuss. Barack Obama has spoken out against the dangers of people seeing "activism" being the shaming of people who've said or done stupid things in their past. The introduction of a fast-speed ...more

  • The Panel with Ruth Money and Damian Christie (Part 1)

    Nov 01 2019

    In stark contrast to Facebook, Twitter has decided to ban all political advertising from its platform. The panel assesses the decision and its implications. E-scooters are here to stay in Auckland - for the next six months, at least. Some of New Zealand's local councils' seats were so hotly contested they were won on pure luck. But is there a better way?

  • I've been thinking for 1 November 2019

    Nov 01 2019

    What the panellists Ruth Money and Damian Christie have been thinking about.

  • Story of the Day for 1 November 2019

    Nov 01 2019

    Todays topic - slogans.

  • Has applause been "cancelled"?

    Oct 31 2019

    The Oxford University Union is insisting on the use of jazz hands , rather than clapping, at student events - with the hope that the lack of loud noise will make events more accessible.

  • Should the All Blacks do away with the haka?

    Oct 31 2019

    The NZ Herald sportswriter Chris Rattue reckons the All Blacks should do away with their famed haka.

  • Time to clarify "tiny house" rules?

    Oct 31 2019

    Local councils around the country are grappling with the complicated rules around tiny houses, and which legislation applies to them.

  • Question of the Day for 31 October 2019

    Oct 31 2019

    What's the spookiest thing that's ever happened to you?

  • Will New Zealand ever embrace Halloween?

    Oct 31 2019

    It's Halloween! That means lots of kids roaming around, plenty of sugar highs ... and a bit of debate about whether it even has a place in Aotearoa

  • Would "no jab no pay" be legal?

    Oct 31 2019

    The National Party yesterday asked supporters how they would feel about a policy which would withhold benefits from sole parents who don't vaccinate their children. Professor Andrew Geddis from Otago University joins the panel to discuss the legal concerns behind such a policy.

  • UK heads for general election

    Oct 31 2019

    The United Kingdom could have its third prime minister in a single year, after a general election was confirmed for December.

  • The Panel with Jo McCarroll and Scott Campbell (Part 2)

    Oct 31 2019

    What's the spookiest thing that's ever happened to you? Local councils around the country are grappling with the complicated rules around tiny houses, and which legislation applies to them. The NZ Herald sportswriter Chris Rattue reckons the All Blacks should do away with their famed haka. The Oxford University Union is insisting on the use of jazz hands , rather than clapping, at student events - with the hope that the lack of loud noise will make events more accessible.

  • The Panel with Jo McCarroll and Scott Campbell (Part 1)

    Oct 31 2019

    The United Kingdom could have its third prime minister in a single year, after a general election was confirmed for December. The National Party yesterday asked supporters how they would feel about a policy which would withhold benefits from sole parents who don't vaccinate their children. Professor Andrew Geddis from Otago University joins the panel to discuss the legal concerns behind such a policy. It's Halloween! That means lots of kids roaming around, plenty of sugar highs ... and, almost c...more

  • I've been thinking for 31 October 2019

    Oct 31 2019

    What the panellists Jo McCarroll and Scott Campbell have been thinking about.

  • Story of the Day for 31 October 2019

    Oct 31 2019

    As we know - Millennials and Gen Z's are rising up - challenging world leaders on climate change, and challenging lots of other ideas on gender and identity. And now they have a new weapon in their arsenal....

  • Offices need to feed their staff better

    Oct 30 2019

    An opinion piece in Stuff from nurtionist Maggie Radich says our workplaces are stitching us up by giving our junk food at gatherings. She says we eat a lot at or because of work - functions, friday night wines, travel to conferences and the simple food choices we make as a result of emotions or stress. And while companies no doubt want to improve productivity, handing out funk food doesn't help that.

  • New mother told to stop feeding baby in public at AK mall

    Oct 30 2019

    The owners of an Auckland mall have had to apologise to a women who was asked to stop breastfeeding in public by a security guard.

  • Sexual harassment rife in Aussie retail sector

    Oct 30 2019

    Nearly half of young retail workers report being sexually harassed, on average seven times a year, according to an Australian survey.

  • Question of the Day for 30 October 2019

    Oct 30 2019

    Lots of Kiwis are cutting down on their meat consumption - what's your favourite vegetarian dish?

  • Academic sounds warning about media diversity

    Oct 30 2019

    Dr Melanie Bunce, who's a reader in journalism at the University of London, has written an opinion piece for the NZ Herald warning that the media landscape in New Zealand is in grave danger - and it's something we should be taking seriously.

  • Damp housing still rife in New Zealand

    Oct 30 2019

    More than 20 percent of New Zealand homes are damp some or all of the time, according to the 2018 census.

  • National proposes new social welfare policies

    Oct 30 2019

    The National Party is floating a series of "hard-line" policies on social welfare, including whether to require sole parents to have their child fully immunised in order to receive a benefit.

  • The Panel with Alexia Russell and Shane Te Pou (Part 2)

    Oct 30 2019

    Lots of Kiwis are cutting down on their meat consumption - what's your favourite vegetarian dish? Nearly half of young retail workers report being sexually harassed, on average seven times a year, according to an Australian survey. The owners of an Auckland mall have had to apologise to a women who was asked to stop breastfeeding in public by a security guard. An opinion piece in Stuff from nurtionist Maggie Radich says our workplaces are stitching us up by giving our junk food at gatherings. Sh...more

  • The Panel with Alexia Russell and Shane Te Pou (Part 1)

    Oct 30 2019

    The National Party is floating a series of "hard-line" policies on social welfare, including whether to require sole parents to have their child fully immunised in order to receive a benefit. More than 20 percent of New Zealand homes are damp some or all of the time, according to the 2018 census. Dr Melanie Bunce, who's a reader in journalism at the University of London, has written an opinion piece for the NZ Herald warning that the media landscape in New Zealand is in grave danger - and it's s...more

  • I've been thinking for 30 October 2019

    Oct 30 2019

    What the panellists Alexia Russell and Shane Te Pou have been thinking about.

  • Story of the Day for 30 October 2019

    Oct 30 2019

    Running for office ... for the right reasons?

  • Are superhero movies like visual hamburgers?

    Oct 29 2019

    Two of Hollywood's most illustrious directors have ignited a debate over the artistic merits of movies in 2019...

  • NZ Land Wars commemorated over weekend

    Oct 29 2019

    RNZ Kurahautū Māori Shannon Haunui-Thompson joins the panel to talk about another significant commemoration over the past weekend.

  • Islamic State leader killed in US raid

    Oct 29 2019

    US president Donald Trump is claiming a big victory, as he says US forces killed the IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi over the weekend. But where does this leave IS as an organisation? International law professor Al Gillespie joins the panel to discuss.

  • Hair today, gone tomorrow

    Oct 29 2019

    A 12 year-old Auckland student is pushing back after being told she can't dye her hair, due to a recent rule change from her school.

  • Question of the day for for 29 October 2019

    Oct 29 2019

    If you are a small business owner, what are the current challenges / issues - if any - that you face ?

  • Is Labour bad for business?

    Oct 29 2019

    The Labour-led government has been slammed for its policies and how they're impacting small businesses. Kirk Hope from Business NZ joins The Panel to discuss the biggest issues for SMEs in 2019.

  • As Hansen's reign ends, attention turns to replacement

    Oct 29 2019

    The All Blacks' loss in the Rugby World Cup over the weekend brings to an end Steve Hansen's reign as coach - one of the most successful periods of sustained dominance in the history of sport. But who's next up?

  • The Panel: Michael Moynahan and Golnaz Bassam-Tabar (Part 2)

    Oct 29 2019

    If you are a small business owner, what are the current challenges / issues - if any - that you face? A 12 year-old Auckland student is pushing back after being told she can't dye her hair, due to a recent rule change from her school. US president Donald Trump is claiming a big victory, as he says US forces killed the IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi over the weekend. But where does this leave IS as an organisation? International law professor Al Gillespie joins the panel to discuss. RNZ Kurahautū...more

  • The Panel: Michael Moynahan and Golnaz Bassam-Tabar (Part 1)

    Oct 29 2019

    The All Blacks' loss in the Rugby World Cup over the weekend brings to an end Steve Hansen's reign as coach - one of the most successful periods of sustained dominance in the history of sport. But who's next up? The Labour-led government has been slammed for its policies and how they're impacting small businesses. Kirk Hope from Business NZ joins The Panel to discuss the biggest issues for SMEs in 2019.

  • I've been thinking for 29 October 2019

    Oct 29 2019

    What the panellists Michael Moynahan and Golnaz Bassam-Tabbar have been thinking about

  • Story of the Day for 29 October 2019

    Oct 29 2019

    The ballad of Justin Cave. Justin is a software developer. He lives in Madison Heights in Michigan and he's a graduate of the esteemed Massechusetts Institute of Technology, aka MIT ..

  • Treaty ripped from wall over councillor's comments

    Oct 25 2019

    A copy of the Treaty of Waitangi has been ripped from the wall inside the Tauranga City Council chambers to make a statement about Maori being put down by a council representative. It stemmed from newly elected councillor Andrew Hollis' comments, including calling the Treaty a "joke" and labelling Ihumatao protesters "land grabbers."

  • Greens back terrorism bill

    Oct 25 2019

    A bill that gives authorities greater powers over returning foreign fighters passed its first reading last night after a last minute deal with the Green Party.

  • Question of the Day for 25 October 2019

    Oct 25 2019

    Elton John has published his autobiography titled "Me" and it is apparently full of celebrity gossip and hilarious anecdotes. With that in mind, our question of the day today is: What is your favourite musical biography?

  • Cartoonist called out for "mummy-shaming"

    Oct 25 2019

    Australian cartoonist Michael Leunig is facing criticism over a cartoon that some have called "condescending" and "mummy-shaming".

  • Arguments laid out over parliamentary TV footage

    Oct 25 2019

    Labour and National laid out their arguments to speaker Trevor Mallard and a committee of MP yesterday in a bid to end a heated dispute over the use of Parliament TV's footage in their advertising. l.

  • The new emissions plan

    Oct 25 2019

    The Government and the agriculture industry have come to an agreement where farmers can avoid being shifted into the Emissions Trading Scheme if they commit to a new sector led plan - called He Waka Eke Noa.

  • The Panel with Laila Harre and Chris Finlayson (Part 2)

    Oct 25 2019

    A bill that gives authorities greater powers over returning foreign fighters passed its first reading last night after a last minute deal with the Green Party. A copy of the Treaty of Waitangi has been ripped from the wall inside the Tauranga City Council chambers to make a statement about Maori being put down by a council representative.

  • The Panel with Laila Harre and Chris Finlayson (Part 1)

    Oct 25 2019

    The Govt an the agriculture industry have come to an agreement where farmers can avoid being shifted into the ETS IF they commit to a new sector led plan - called He Waka Eke Noa. Labour and National laid out their argumets to speaker Trevor Mallard and a committee of MPs yesterday in a bid to end a heated dispute over the use of Parliaments TVs footage in their advertising. The Mediaworks saga continues this week with news boss Hal Crawford quitting.

  • I've been thinking for 25 October 2019

    Oct 25 2019

    What the panellists Chris Finlayson and Laila Harre have been thinking about.

  • Story of the Day for 25 October 2019

    Oct 25 2019

    A futurist William Higham authored the Work Colleague Of The Future report and created a life-sized doll named Emma who is a representation of what the average office worker will look like in 20 years time.

  • Choccy bikkies at council meetings

    Oct 24 2019

    Could sausage rolls and Tim Tams take down our local democracy? Stuff published a piece charting the amount of money Taranaki's local council spends on catering for council meetings in the 2018-19 financial year.

  • Kmart removes 'child bride' costume

    Oct 24 2019

    Kmart have removed a child bride costume from its shelves after a mum launched a petition. Melbourne mother Shannon launched a petition on change.org, calling the $6 costume "beyond appropriate".

  • Is Tiwai smelter too big to fail?

    Oct 24 2019

    The Tiwai aluminium smelter at Tiwai Point near Bluff is New Zealand only aluminium smelter. It is now the subject of a strategic review, and closure isn't entirely out of the question.

  • MPs, Johnson in limbo over Brexit

    Oct 24 2019

    British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's cabinet is at a loss about what to do about Brexit. The Prime Minister is now facing the choice of whether to go ahead with his deal or waiting for a pre-Christmas election.

  • Question of the Day for 24 October 2019

    Oct 24 2019

    If you could do a traditional trade (milliner, blacksmith etc) what would it be?

  • Catholic bishop against yoga

    Oct 24 2019

    A Catholic Bishop in Ireland says that yoga is not appropriate for schools in his diocese. Bishop Alphonsus Cullinan sent out a letter last month, warning that yoga was "not of Christian Origin"

  • Traditional professions waning

    Oct 24 2019

    Traditional professions are dying out because of population change. The BBC reports that the exodus of young people means that villages are left without a next generation to whom they can pass along traditions, including trades.

  • Euthanasia bill: Referendum likely

    Oct 24 2019

    New Zealanders will almost certainly face a referendum next year on whether to legalise voluntary euthanasia after a make-or-break vote in Parliament cleared the way.

  • SkyCity fire under control but still active

    Oct 24 2019

    The huge blaze at the SkyCity convention centre is under control - but still active. Fire crews will stay at the scene until it's completely extinguished.

  • The Panel with Ali Jones and David Cormack (Part 2)

    Oct 24 2019

    If you could do a traditional trade (milliner, blacksmith etc) what would it be? A Catholic Bishop in Ireland says that yoga is not appropriate for schools in his diocese. Bishop Alphonsus Cullinan sent out a letter last month, warning that yoga was "not of Christian Origin" and said it was it was not suitable for a parish school setting "especially not during religious education time." British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's cabinet is at a loss about what to do about Brexit. The Prime Minister ...more

  • The Panel with Ali Jones and David Cormack (Part 1)

    Oct 24 2019

    The huge blaze at the SkyCity convention centre is officially under control - but fire crew will stay at the scene until it's completely extinguished. Then there's the damage to the building itself - it's still to be revealed just how bad the situation is and what this means for the project. Insurance lawyer Tim Gunn explains who pays in a situation such as this. New Zealanders will almost certainly face a referendum next year on whether to legalise voluntary euthanasia after a make-or-break vot...more

  • I've been thinking for 24 October 2019

    Oct 24 2019

    What the panellists Ali Jones and David Cormack have been thinking about.

  • Story of the Day for 24 October 2019

    Oct 24 2019

    One for the risk takers out there. A reporter who was fired for hopping on cars during a live cross from an auto show

  • Wellington Airport: cut carbon but add more flights

    Oct 23 2019

    Wellington Airport's annonced yesterday plans for a $1 billion upgrade, which targets cutting carbon emissions but it also wants to increase the number of flights by a quarter by 2040.

  • High school trade programmes get a boost

    Oct 23 2019

    The Government is serious about encouraging young people into trades, putting $27 million into trades programmes at high school.

  • Why do we watch movies over and over?

    Oct 23 2019

    An article from the BBC looks at the phenomenon of why in this era of peak content people return to re-watch old favourites time and time again.

  • Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on SkyCity fire

    Oct 23 2019

    Live press conference with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern at the scene of the SkyCity Fire in Auckland.

  • Question of the Day for 23 October 2019

    Oct 23 2019

    What film have you watched multiple times? What made it so good?

  • Teens are hitting back at parents tracking them

    Oct 23 2019

    Teens are hitting back over parents who are tracking them via apps.

  • E-scooters health cost

    Oct 23 2019

    E-scooter injuries have cost the health system more than $1 million in less than a year. Auckland University research found there was a total of 770 reported injuries.

  • SkyCity fire: The latest

    Oct 23 2019

    The SkyCity fire is still burning, with smoke clogging up Auckland's CBD - closing roads and forcing businesses to shut. Health warnings have been issued for those in the area.

  • The Panel with Mark Sainsbury and Janet Wilson (Part 2)

    Oct 23 2019

    What film have you watched multiple times? What made it so good? An article from the BBC looks at the phenomenon of why in this era of peak content people return to re-watch old favourites time and time again. Last year Netflix uploaded some 140 hours of original new films, but it was the recent announcement that the 1987 film Dirty Dancing was coming to the platform that really got people excited. The Government is serious about encouraging young people into trades, putting $27 million into tra...more

  • The Panel with Mark Sainsbury and Janet Wilson (Part 1)

    Oct 23 2019

    The SkyCity fire is still burning, with smoke clogging up Auckland's CBD - closing roads and forcing businesses to shut. Health warnings have been issued for those in the area. More than 100 firefighters are trying to get it under control but high winds are complicating the matter. E-scooter injuries have cost the health system more than $1 million in less than a year. Auckland University research found there was a total of 770 reported injuries between October last year and April this year. The...more

  • I've been thinking for 23 October 2019

    Oct 23 2019

    What the panellists Mark Sainsbury and Janet Wilson have been thinking about.

  • Story of the Day for 23 October 2019

    Oct 23 2019

    Advice given to female executives, just last year, has been called "tone deaf".

  • Speed limits lowered in Auckland CBD

    Oct 22 2019

    Auckland Transport has voted to implement a bylaw which will lower speed limits on most Auckland roads, except those not categorised as high risk and where there is a significant preference for the status quo.

  • Cyclists as fast as cars down cycleway

    Oct 22 2019

    Cyclists are zooming down Auckland Northwestern cycleway as fast as cars, AT says. They monitored speeds on the cycleway for two months after Newton Central School axed it's walking school bus.

  • Postal service issues for local elections

    Oct 22 2019

    Nicholas Boyack for Stuff highlights an issue of frustration with New Zealand postal services for the local body election. Voting papers delivered well after voting had begun and lack of post boxes in general.

  • Question of the Day for 22 October 2019

    Oct 22 2019

    Do your kids play one sport or many? Why?

  • Markle warned about British tabloids

    Oct 22 2019

    The Duchess of Sussex says she was warned about the British tabloids before she married Prince Harry. Meghan Markle spoke to ITV for a documentary

  • Kids training too hard at one sport

    Oct 22 2019

    Children are practicing too hard at just one sport, US trainers have found. There are new guidelines that have been recommended in America urging parents to reduce the intensity and limit sports participation.

  • Reduced sentence for drug dealers who can prove addiction

    Oct 22 2019

    A newly released court of appeal judgement will change the way meth cases will be sentenced - it's has been described as a landmark appeal.

  • The Panel with Sue Bradford and Bernard Hickey (Part 2)

    Oct 22 2019

    Do your kids play one sport or many? Why? Nicholas Boyack for Stuff highlights an issue of frustration with New Zealand postal services for the local body election. Voting papers delivered well after voting had begun and lack of post boxes in general have been seen as issues of concern by electionz.com and Election Services. Cyclists are zooming down Auckland Northwestern cycleway as fast as cars, Auckland Transport says. They monitored speeds on the cycleway for two months after Newton Central ...more

  • The Panel with Sue Bradford and Bernard Hickey (Part 1)

    Oct 22 2019

    A newly released court of appeal judgement will change the way meth cases will be sentenced - it's has been described as a landmark appeal. Anyone who can prove that methamphetamine addiction was the cause of their meth offending, could apply for a discount of their sentence up to 30 per cent. Children are practicing too hard at just one sport, US trainers have found. There are new guidelines that have been recommended in America urging parents to reduce the intensity and limit sports participat...more

  • I've been thinking for 22 October 2019

    Oct 22 2019

    What the panellists Sue Bradford and Bernard Hickey have been thinking about.

  • Update on the fire at the SkyCity convention centre

    Oct 22 2019

    A fire is still ablaze at the SkyCity convention centre in Auckland CBD. RNZ reporter Anneke Smith gives us an update from the latest press conference.

  • Teachers call for physical contact rules to be relaxed

    Oct 21 2019

    Restrictions around whether teachers can hug or touch students may soon be relaxed. Currently teachers can't physically restrain students unless they're a danger to others.

  • Plant proteins popularity on the rise in supermarkets

    Oct 21 2019

    Popularity surge in plant based proteins reported by large supermarket chain.

  • ARTs: what are the concerns?

    Oct 21 2019

    Police have announced they're going to introduce Armed Response Teams in Waikato, Auckland and Canterbury as a part of trial.

  • Question of the Day for 21 October 2019

    Oct 21 2019

    What was your first part-time job as a school kid/teenager like?

  • Social media has little impact on mental wellbeing

    Oct 21 2019

    This might overturn some previously held assumptions. Social media has little to do with mental well-being.

  • NZ First: No crime, but do the time

    Oct 21 2019

    NZ First had their conference over the weekend and while there were no big announcements, a couple of things came out of it.

  • Reaction to the Ireland v All Blacks game

    Oct 21 2019

    Ireland took a beating in its Rugby World Cup game against the All Blacks, losing 46-14.

  • The Panel with Gary McCormick and Sue Kedgley, (Part 2)

    Oct 21 2019

    What was your first part-time job as a school kid/teenager like? Police have announced they're going to introduce Armed Response Teams in Waikato, Auckland and Canterbury as a part of trial. The idea is to cut down on repsonse time to serious incidents involving firearms the police say, and that the decision was prompted by the Christchurch mosque attack. Popularity surge in plant based proteins reported by large supermarket chain. Restrictions around whether teachers can hug or touch students m...more

  • The Panel with Gary McCormick and Sue Kedgley, (Part 1)

    Oct 21 2019

    Ireland took a beating in its Rugby World Cup game against the All Blacks, losing 46-14. As Liam Napier reported in The Guardian - Sympathy is rarely felt for a rival rugby nation yet it was impossible to suppress the pangs of exactly that emotion for Ireland. NZ First had their conference over the weekend and while there were no big announcements, a couple of things came out of it. One being to investigate the option of making all young people do 100 hours of community service, regardless of wh...more

  • I've been thinking for 21 October 2019

    Oct 21 2019

    What the panellists Gary McCormick and Sue Kedgley have been thinking about.

  • Story of the Day for 21 October 2019

    Oct 21 2019

    A memoir by former UK PM David Cameron, called For The Record, has been given a new satirical cover by a prankster.

  • 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.