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Trump stuns by talking about Italy-US links

10/17/2019
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US President Trump, 1000 days into his presidency stuns again by talking about U.S - Italian links going back thousands of years.

Duration:00:00:23

Zombie town predictions realised in commission report

10/17/2019
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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.

Duration:00:08:15

Govt ignored treasury advice about gun buy back scheme

10/17/2019
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The Government ignored advice from treasury about their gun buyback scheme making no difference to future gun related deaths and injuries.

Duration:00:06:38

Question of the Day for 18 October 2019

10/17/2019
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Eggs, tomatoes and chocolate: in the fridge or at room temperature?

Duration:00:04:17

Blackface costs record label executive his job

10/17/2019
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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.

Duration:00:05:59

Lack of diversity in top roles of companies highlighted

10/17/2019
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A new report has highlighted the lack of diversity in top roles in companies, with just 18% of jobs held by non-Europeans.

Duration:00:08:55

Lecturer Peter Thompson explains what the sale of TV3 means

10/17/2019
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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.

Duration:00:09:55

The Panel with Tayyaba Khan and Dean Hall (Part 2)

10/17/2019
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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...

Duration:00:25:52

The Panel with Tayyaba Khan and Dean Hall (Part 1)

10/17/2019
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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.

Duration:00:26:12

I've been thinking for 18 October 2019

10/17/2019
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What the panelists Tayyaba Khan and Dean Hall have been thinking about.

Duration:00:07:06

Story of the Day for 18 October 2019

10/17/2019
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A retiring sheepdog, and music to CPR to!

Duration:00:08:00

Where'd the beetroot go from the burger?

10/16/2019
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A Whanganui man's discovered the essential kiwi burger ingredient is no longer a staple at take away outlets.

Duration:00:03:30

Attempts by deported Australian gang members to corrupt police

10/16/2019
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Police association president Chris Cahill addresses warnings that deported Australian gang members will attempt to corrupt police on this side of the Tasman.

Duration:00:07:38

New Zealand chidren are the second most obese in the OECD

10/16/2019
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New Zealand children are the second most obese children in the OECD according to the latest numbers.

Duration:00:06:14

Best snaggers in New Zealand to be decided soon

10/16/2019
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More than 500 sausages are entered in the Great New Zealand sausage competition with winners announced later tonight.

Duration:00:04:14

Question of the Day for 18 October 2019

10/16/2019
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Do you support recreational drug testing at festivals? Why/why not?

Duration:00:01:57

Massey University under fire for cancelling a feminist event

10/16/2019
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Massey University is accused of not upholding free speech after cancelling, Feminism 2020 event, saying there were health and safety risks.

Duration:00:05:48

NZ First youth wing supports testing drugs at festivals

10/16/2019
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Contrary to the seniors of the party, New Zealand First's youth branch supports a bill to test recreational drugs at festivals.

Duration:00:08:00

Al Gillespie talks about the issues of returning jihadis

10/16/2019
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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.

Duration:00:09:34

The Panel with Ella Henry and Steve McCabe (Part 2)

10/16/2019
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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...

Duration:00:25:01