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Glenn Simmons: Insung coroner's report08/29/14
Glenn Simmons of the Business school of the University of Auckland talks to Larry Williams about a coroner's report condemning those in charge of fishing vessel No 2 Insung which sank in 2010
Barry Soper: Political Week in Review - August 29 2014
Newstalk ZB's political editor Barry Soper rejoins Larry Williams to talk about the big political stories of the week. They cover off Natinal's campaign launch, a variety of political polls out this week, last night's leaders debate, Winston Peters'...
Colin Craig: Another victory through the courts
Conservative Party leader Colin Craig talks to Larry Williams about his win today over broadcasting allocations. his win gives him 10 extra seconds for his closing address and an extra $667 spending money
Derryn Hinch: Qantas' phenomenal loss
Australia correspondent Derryn Hinch talks to Larry Williams about Qantas' $2 billion loss and X Factor judge 'Redfoo' getting glassed as a pub
Steve Merczynski: Ukraine crisis, Joan Rivers
US correspondent Steve Merczynski talks to Larry Williams about the crisis in the Ukraine and Joan Rivers being in a critical condition
Barry Soper: First leaders debate
Newstalk ZB's political editor Barry Soper talks to Larry Williams about his reaction to the first TVNZ leaders debate, who he thought won, Winston Peters' claims about Judith Collins and Colin Craig winning an 10 seconds' airtime
Chris Snowden: Sugar tax, obesity
Sugar tax expert Chris Snowden talks to Larry Williams about why sugar taxes aren't the answer to combating obesity
Jessica McCarthy: Aaron McDonald in court
Jessica McCarthy joins Larry Williams to discuss the court appearance of Aaron McDonald.
Murray Olds: Loss for Qantas
Murray Olds joins Larry Williams from Australia to discuss the dismal recent performance of Qantas.
Barry Soper: Herald Digi-Poll
Barry Soper joins Larry Williams to discuss the latest Herald Digi-Poll.
Garry Howard: Whitebait ban
Buller District Council Mayor Garry Howard joins Larry Williams to discuss on ban on whitebaiting from Westport Wharf.
Ruth Money: Stephen Dudley
Ruth Money from the Sensible Sentencing Trust joins Larry Williams to discuss the disbelief at today's verdict that the case regarding Stephen Dudley's death cannot be appealed.
Phil Gifford: All Blacks in Rugby
Phil Gifford joins Larry Williams to discuss the unique experience of watching an All Blacks test in the English town of Rugby.
Derryn Hinch: Abbott's anti-terror measures
Derryn Hinch from Melbourne joins Larry Williams to discuss the news from across the ditch, including Abbott's recent anti-terror moves.
Barry Soper: Collins in a deep hole
Barry Soper joins Larry Williams to discuss the day in politics, including the deep hole that Judith Collins has dug for herself, a National policy announcement and the Green's efforts to join the Leader's debate through an online companion programme.
Tyler Adams: EQC Disciplinary Hearing
Tyler Adams joins Larry Williams to give an overview of the EQC Disciplinary Hearing against Graeme Robinson.
Patrick Smellie: Acuity to go public
Business desk editor Patrick Smellie talks to Larry Williams.
Rob Hosking: Economy coming off recent highs?
NBR Business analyst Rob Hosking talks to Larry Williams.
Peter Snell: Capital gains tax
Ernst and Young executive director Peter Snell talks to Larry Williams about capital gains tax.
The Huddle: August 26
Janet Wilson and Maria Slade join Larry Williams on the Huddle.
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