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Teachers call for physical contact rules to be relaxed

10/20/2019
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Restrictions around whether teachers can hug or touch students may soon be relaxed. Currently teachers can't physically restrain students unless they're a danger to others.

Duration:00:04:20

Plant proteins popularity on the rise in supermarkets

10/20/2019
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Popularity surge in plant based proteins reported by large supermarket chain.

Duration:00:07:21

ARTs: what are the concerns?

10/20/2019
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Police have announced they're going to introduce Armed Response Teams in Waikato, Auckland and Canterbury as a part of trial.

Duration:00:08:56

Question of the Day for 21 October 2019

10/20/2019
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What was your first part-time job as a school kid/teenager like?

Duration:00:04:49

Social media has little impact on mental wellbeing

10/20/2019
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This might overturn some previously held assumptions. Social media has little to do with mental well-being.

Duration:00:06:36

NZ First: No crime, but do the time

10/20/2019
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NZ First had their conference over the weekend and while there were no big announcements, a couple of things came out of it.

Duration:00:09:33

Reaction to the Ireland v All Blacks game

10/20/2019
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Ireland took a beating in its Rugby World Cup game against the All Blacks, losing 46-14.

Duration:00:05:47

The Panel with Gary McCormick and Sue Kedgley, (Part 2)

10/20/2019
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What was your first part-time job as a school kid/teenager like? Police have announced they're going to introduce Armed Response Teams in Waikato, Auckland and Canterbury as a part of trial. The idea is to cut down on repsonse time to serious incidents involving firearms the police say, and that the decision was prompted by the Christchurch mosque attack. Popularity surge in plant based proteins reported by large supermarket chain. Restrictions around whether teachers can hug or touch...

Duration:00:26:20

The Panel with Gary McCormick and Sue Kedgley, (Part 1)

10/20/2019
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Ireland took a beating in its Rugby World Cup game against the All Blacks, losing 46-14. As Liam Napier reported in The Guardian - Sympathy is rarely felt for a rival rugby nation yet it was impossible to suppress the pangs of exactly that emotion for Ireland. NZ First had their conference over the weekend and while there were no big announcements, a couple of things came out of it. One being to investigate the option of making all young people do 100 hours of community service, regardless...

Duration:00:24:31

I've been thinking for 21 October 2019

10/20/2019
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What the panellists Gary McCormick and Sue Kedgley have been thinking about.

Duration:00:04:33

Story of the Day for 21 October 2019

10/20/2019
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A memoir by former UK PM David Cameron, called For The Record, has been given a new satirical cover by a prankster.

Duration:00:07:33

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