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

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

Location:

New Zealand

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

Language:

English


Episodes

A universal basic income to all its citizens_

4/6/2020
Swiss voters have recently flatly rejected a proposal to provide a universal basic income to all its citizens. But it is an idea that hasn't been discounted by Finance Minister Grant Robertson.

Duration:00:09:10

Offshore clothing retailers still ship to NZ

4/6/2020
New Zealand fashion stores are calling for people to buy local as offshore competitors actively seek to sell online and ship here. Simon Pound co-owner of Ingrid Starnes joins the discussion.

Duration:00:06:01

Britain's PM in hospital and the Queen's address

4/6/2020
In the United Kingdom the Queen has given an historic address as the coronavirus hits hard, the British PM is hospitalised and the Scottish health minister quits after ignoring lock down rules.

Duration:00:04:34

Kiwisaver investors relatively cushioned from market turmoil

4/6/2020
Morningstar, which provides investment research for financial markets finds the Kiwisaver investors not hit too hard by the recent share market crash. Data director for Asia Pacific Greg Bunkall joins the Panel to talk about their latest Kiwisaver survey.

Duration:00:06:23

15 social services call for moratorium on debt collection

4/6/2020
In an open letter, 15 social service organisations have called for a moratorium on debt collection and late payment fees imposed by central and local government.

Duration:00:06:57

Live coverage of the Government's Covid 19 update

4/6/2020
The government is launching a campaign and resources to help New Zealanders cope with stresses created by Covid-19. Jacinda Ardern spoke about the issue of mental health while addressing media after a meeting of Cabinet on the level 4 national response to the Covid-19 outbreak.

Duration:00:16:26

The Panel with Janet Wilson and Duane Major (Part 2)

4/6/2020
Morningstar, which provides investment research for financial markets finds the Kiwisaver investors not hit too hard by the recent share market crash. Data director for Asia Pacific Greg Bunkall joins the Panel to talk about their latest Kiwisaver survey. In the United Kingdom the Queen has given an historic address as the coronavirus hits hard, the British PM is hospitalised and the Scottish health minister quits after ignoring lock down rules. New Zealand fashion stores are calling for...

Duration:00:27:07

I've been thinking for 6 April 2020

4/5/2020
What the panelists Janet Wilson and Duane Major have been thinking about.

Duration:00:03:13

Story of the Day for 6 April 2020

4/5/2020
One of the unexpected side effects of lockdown around the world has been a massive spike in home baking. This is causing issues with supply lines and with foiled ambitions. RNZ's Robert Kelly is part of the problem.

Duration:00:06:22

What do you miss the most during lockdown?

4/2/2020
We all have our can't possibly do without's but if you had to pick just one thing you're really missing during the lockdown what would it be?

Duration:00:03:54

Flu tracking and what we can do to help

4/2/2020
Dr Siouxsie Wiles talks about what the flu tracker is and why its so important in the fight against COVID-19.

Duration:00:05:52

The Friday mailbag

4/2/2020
Listener feedback via email.

Duration:00:05:58

Our chances of being injured while doing DIY have increased

4/2/2020
The New Zealand Association of Plastic Surgeons has urged New Zealanders to take extra care to avoid injury while we're in self-isolation. President, Jonathan Wheeler says with time on our hands we're more likely to attempt jobs we wouldn't normally do!

Duration:00:07:57

Music history for 3 April 2020

4/2/2020
Tony Orlando was born today in 1944.

Duration:00:01:51

Take a break from drugs and drink during lockdown

4/2/2020
The NZ Drug Foundation says consider taking a break from drug and alcohol during the lockdown - Associate Professor Andy Towers from the School of Health Sciences at Massey University says watch for signs of withdrawal.

Duration:00:09:06

The three most important laws in New Zealand right now

4/2/2020
International professor of Law Al Gillespies looks in depth at the three most important laws in place in the country right now and what they mean in the fight against COVID-19.

Duration:00:05:21

Dealing with difficult child behavior during lockdown

4/2/2020
Clinical Psychologist Dr Melanie Woodfield offers some tips on dealing with difficult child behavior during the lockdown period.

Duration:00:09:58

The Panel with Verity Johnson and Stephen Jacobi (Part 2)

4/2/2020
The New Zealand Association of Plastic Surgeons has urged New Zealanders to take extra care to avoid injury while we're in self-isolation. President, Jonathan Wheeler says with time on our hands we're more likely to attempt jobs we wouldn't normally do! We all have our can't possibly do without's but if you had to pick just one thing you're really missing during the lockdown what would it be? Dr Siouxsie Wiles talks about what the flu tracker is and why its so important in the fight against...

Duration:00:26:49

The Panel with Verity Johnson and Stephen Jacobi (Part 1)

4/2/2020
Clinical Psychologist Dr Melanie Woodfield offers some tips on dealing with difficult child behavior during the lockdown period. The NZ Drug Foundation says consider taking a break from drug and alcohol during the lockdown - Associate Professor Andy Towers from the School of Health Sciences at Massey University says watch for signs of withdrawal. International professor of Law Al Gillespies looks in depth at the three most important laws in place in the country right now and what they mean...

Duration:00:25:12

I've been thinking for 3 April 2020

4/2/2020
Panellists Verity Johnson and Stephen Jacobi share what they've been thinking about at the end of our first full working week in lockdown.

Duration:00:04:52