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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.

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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

Academics say alcohol restrictions would help free up hospitals

3/31/2020
Public health associate professor Louise Delaney, along with another colleague, say restrictions on alcohol could help to reduce avoidable hospitalisations during the pandemic.

Duration:00:08:59

Are we a nation of panic bakers

3/31/2020
There's a huge demand in supermarkets for flour during the lock down. Does this point to us being a nation of panic bakers, using the hobby to calm our nerves.

Duration:00:03:51

What the Coronavirus means for climate change

3/31/2020
Climate change researcher Professor James Renwick head of the School of Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences at Victoria University explores the impact of Coronavirus on climate change.

Duration:00:10:13

Music history for 1 April 2020

3/31/2020
On this day in 1976 - AC/DC made their live debut in the UK.

Duration:00:01:58

Businesses costs rise as the minimum wages goes up

3/31/2020
New Zealand businesses face increased costs as the minimum wage increases from &17.70 an hour to $18.90.

Duration:00:05:05

People at risk of using violence urged to use support services

3/31/2020
Family Violence Specialists are urging people who are at risk of using violence to use the support services that are still available during the Covid-19 lockdown.

Duration:00:10:21

More widespread testing for Covid-19 on the cards

3/31/2020
Microbiologist and immunologist from Otago Univerity Professor James Usser talks about the reasons behind the Government's decision to increas the number of tests for Covid 19.

Duration:00:06:39

The Panel with Ruth Money and Bill Ralston (Part 2)

3/31/2020
On this day in 1976 - AC/DC made their live debut in the UK. Climate change researcher Professor James Renwick head of the School of Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences at Victoria University explores the impact of Coronavirus on climate change. There's a huge demand in supermarkets for flour during the lock down. Does this point to us being a nation of panic bakers, using the hobby to calm our nerves. Public health associate professor Louise Delaney, along with another colleague, say...

Duration:00:26:15

The Panel with Ruth Money and Bill Ralston (Part 1)

3/31/2020
Microbiologist and immunologist from Otago Univerity Professor James Usser talks about the reasons behind the Government's decision to increas the number of tests for Covid 19. Family Violence Specialists are urging people who are at risk of using violence to use the support services that are still available during the Covid-19 lockdown. New Zealand businesses face increased costs as the minimum wage increases from &17.70 an hour to $18.90.

Duration:00:24:50

I've been thinking for 1 April 2020

3/31/2020
Panellists Ruth Money and Bill Ralston share what they've been thinking about on day seven of the lockdown.

Duration:00:03:37

Story of the Day for 1 April 2020

3/31/2020
Caitlin Cherry talks about how people are using music and humour to cope with being in lockdown.

Duration:00:09:22

University Students get together to make hand sanitiser

3/30/2020
As supplies of handsanitiser become increasingly expensive and difficult to procure a group of pharmaceutical sciences students at Otago University and their lecturer Dr Shyamal Das make their own.

Duration:00:04:12

Cigarettes deemed an essential product

3/30/2020
MBIE has confirmed that cigarettes are deemed an essential product during the lock down phase. Public health expert Professor Robert Beaglehole talks about why that's a concern.

Duration:00:06:45

How will the Jobkeeper benefit help Kiwis working in Australia

3/30/2020
Kiwi broadcaster and journalist Pam Corkery is now living in Australia and joinsThe Panel to discuss how the Australian Government's Jobkeeper benefit will help New Zealanders working there.

Duration:00:05:58

Radio Sport victim to COVID-19 pandemic

3/30/2020
Radio Sport no longer broadcasting as the decision is made to shut the station down amidst mass sporting event cancellations.

Duration:00:07:26

Dobbing in your rule breaking neighbour popular in lock down

3/30/2020
New Zealanders are eager to dob in their neighbours if they're breaking the lock down rules, even crashing the new website launched to record the rule breakers.

Duration:00:04:51

Kiwi reporter in New York is worried for the city

3/30/2020
Simon Hampton, freelance kiwi journalist living in New York says he's worried for the city and the country.

Duration:00:06:47

Consumer NZ receives complaints relating to the pandemic

3/30/2020
Jessica Wilson Head of Research for Consumer New Zealand talks about the range of complaints they've received in relation to the Covid 19 pandemic and sunsequent lockdown.

Duration:00:11:42

The Panel with Niki Bezzant and Mike Rehu (Part 2)

3/30/2020
Radio Sport no longer broadcasting as the decision is made to shut the station down amidst mass sporting event cancellations. Kiwi broadcaster and journalist Pam Corkery is now living in Australia and joinsThe Panel to discuss how the Australian Government's Jobkeeper benefit will help New Zealanders working there. MBIE has confirmed that cigarettes are deemed an essential product during the lock down phase. Public health expert Professor Robert Beaglehole talks about why that's a concern....

Duration:00:26:55

The Panel with Niki Bezzant and Mike Rehu (Part 1)

3/30/2020
Jessica Wilson Head of Research for Consumer New Zealand talks about the range of complaints they've received in relation to the Covid 19 pandemic and sunsequent lockdown. Simon Hampton, freelance kiwi journalist living in New York says he's worried for the city and the country. New Zealanders are eager to dob in their neighbours if they're breaking the lock down rules, even crashing the new website launched to record the rule breakers.

Duration:00:24:56