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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

Boost to Salvation Army's online Foodbank Project

4/1/2020
Tim Hamilton from The Salvation Army joins the show to talk about the generous response they've had to their call for more donors for their online Foodbank Project.

Duration:00:04:56

Taking extra care to care for the disabled during the crisis

4/1/2020
Blind and Low Vision's Chris Orr joins the discussion on the extra level of care needed to make sure the disabled are well supported during the COVID-19 crisis

Duration:00:06:47

Mortgage debt and rent holidays could be the key

4/1/2020
Mortgage debt and rent holidays will help businesses and employees survive says Dr David Wilson from Cities and Regions Ltd.

Duration:00:09:42

Calls for a Covid 19 alert system in the construction industy

4/1/2020
Support is growing for a Covid 19 alert system to be implemented within the construction sector says Warwick Quinn, chief executive of the Building & Construction Industry Training Organisation.

Duration:00:05:47

How is Covid 19 tracking in New Zealand

4/1/2020
Mick Roberts, Professor in Mathematical Biology, Massey University, Auckland, says while today's total of Covid cases has reached 797, the curve has not yet flattened

Duration:00:04:32

Bauer Media NZ folds and media fragility exposed during crisis

4/1/2020
Wendyl Nissen joins the discussion on Bauer Media closing it's New Zealand arm, shutting down some of the countries longest running weekly magazines.

Duration:00:11:31

The Panel with Michele A'Court and David Slack (Part 1)

4/1/2020
Wendyl Nissen joins the discussion on Bauer Media closing it's New Zealand arm, shutting down some of the countries longest running weekly magazines. Mick Roberts, Professor in Mathematical Biology, Massey University, Auckland, says while today's total of Covid cases has reached 797, the curve has not yet flattened. Support is growing for a Covid 19 alert system to be implemented within the construction sector says Warwick Quinn, chief executive of the Building & Construction Industry...

Duration:00:23:43

I've been thinking for 2 April 2020

4/1/2020
Panellists Michele A'Court and David Slack share what they've been thinking about one week into the lockdown.

Duration:00:04:21

Story of the Day for 2 April 2020

4/1/2020
The Afternoons show this week thought it would do a little competition if people wanted to make a native creature out of LEGO. Well, there have been over two hundred entries so far and Robert Kelly has been looking after the entries and making sure the taxonomy is correct.

Duration:00:05:09

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