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Is technology dumbing down languges?

10/14/2019
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Is modern technology and communication leading to a loss of puncuations and full sentences putting languages at risk?

Duration:00:02:10

Associtate health minister wages war on sugar

10/14/2019
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Associate health minister calls for meaningful action against the obesity related diabetes disaster.

Duration:00:05:31

Calls for the government to be responsible about kiwi jihadist

10/14/2019
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Otago University International relations specialist, Robert Patman, believes the government is not being responsible by leaving New Zealand jihadist Mark Taylor to fend for himself in Syria.

Duration:00:10:04

Question of the Day for Tuesday October 15th

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Lime scooters one year on, what have been your experiences?

Duration:00:02:04

Lime scooter anniversary

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One year on since the arrival of e-scooters, are they a revoluation or an unnecesary risk on the streets?

Duration:00:05:50

Australian milliennial attacks his generation for being slackers

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Successful Australian millennial calls out others of his generation for being lazy and expecting too much for doing very little.

Duration:00:05:20

Student Union welcomes changes to ensure duty of care at residences

10/14/2019
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New Zealand Union of Students' Association president, Caitlin Barlow-Groome, joins the discussion on duty of care provisions for tertiary residential accommodation.

Duration:00:08:27

Another political poll shows the Labour-led government losing support

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The second political poll of the week shows that support for the Labour -led government's is waning.

Duration:00:08:50

The Panel with Verity Johnson and Peter Fa'afiu (Part 2)

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It's been One year today since the first e-scooters hit the streets thanks to Lime. In an article on the ODT a University of Otago intenational relations specialist says that the Govt of NZ is behaving irresponsibly by not bring NZ jihadist Mark Taylor home and to account. Supermarket giant, Countdown, says that its seen a bit surge in demand by customers for plant based proteins.

Duration:00:26:28

The Panel with Verity Johnson and Peter Fa'afiu (Part 1)

10/14/2019
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In the Latest polls National would be able to form a Government along with ACT. Universities and polytechs will face a $100,000 fine if they are found to be responsible for the serious harm or death of students in their care, from next January. A young successful Australian CEO has taken aim at his fellow millennials, blaming them for a retail downturn and called them lazy.

Duration:00:24:36

I've been thinking for 15 October 2019

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What the panelists Verity Johnson and Peter Fa'afiu have been thinking about.

Duration:00:03:45

Story of the Day for 15 October 2019

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Predicting the future ...

Duration:00:07:34

Prefab NZ talks about the hurdles they face

10/13/2019
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PrefabNZ CEO Scott Fisher explains what specific areas in the building act need to be changed to get more houses built and available on sites.

Duration:00:07:47

Latest political polls

10/13/2019
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The latest political polls point to a close race at the next general election as Labour loses ground, but the Greens hold up.

Duration:00:05:49

Question of the Day for 14 October 2019

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What are your memories of school camp?

Duration:00:04:38

Schools camps under threat over funding guideline changes

10/13/2019
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Principals says there's confusion over new funding guidelines about what they can ask parents to pay for, putting in doubt future school camp excursions.

Duration:00:06:19

Australia makes roll bars compulsory on quad bikes.

10/13/2019
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Australia is making it compulsory for quad bikes to have roll bars. The panel discusses whether New Zealand will follow suit.

Duration:00:06:53

Nelson City Councillor talks about why he got involved

10/13/2019
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Young Nelson councillor Rohan O'Neill-Stevens joins the discussion on the outcomes of the local body elections.

Duration:00:10:11

Japan's rugby team makes history amidst typhoon clean up

10/13/2019
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Japan's rugby team makes history by reaching the RWC quarter finals while the clean up from devastating Typhoon Hagibis is in full swing.

Duration:00:04:36

The Panel with Karlo Mila and Conor English (Part 2)

10/13/2019
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What are your memories of school camp? The latest political polls point to a close race at the next general election as Labour loses ground, but the Greens hold up. PrefabNZ CEO Scott Fisher explains what specific areas in the building act need to be changed to get more houses built and available on sites.

Duration:00:25:55