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Marketing front and centre in anti-obesity recommendations

11/17/2019
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The government's food industry taskforce has issued some recommendations for how to tackle New Zealand's dreadful obesity rates. Marketing lecturer Dr Joya Kemper joins the panel to discuss the impact advertising can have on behaviour - particularly with young people.

Duration:00:11:36

Question of the Day

11/17/2019
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What's a memorable conversation you had with a complete stranger?

Duration:00:08:23

Maureen Pugh claims NZ has "1,000 years of coal reserves" left

11/17/2019
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At a rally in Greymouth over the weekend, National MP Maureen Pugh said New Zealand had a thousand years of coal reserves left to figure out how to diversify the economy on the coast.

Duration:00:03:08

Tenancy Act changes rile up landlords

11/17/2019
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The government has announced a swathe of changes to the Residential Tenancies Act, aimed at strengthening tenants' rights. Robert Whitaker from Renters United joins the panel with his reaction.

Duration:00:09:18

The royals in NZ, and Prince Andrew's interview

11/17/2019
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Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla are in New Zealand for a week long tour of the country, visiting Northlandm Christchurch, and Kaikoura. But the real story is that of Prince Andrew's interview with the BBC's Emily Maitlis, who grilled the prince for nearly an hour about his former friendship with sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

Duration:00:12:33

The Panel with Lizzie Marvelly and Jock Anderson (Part 2)

11/17/2019
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Question of the Day; Marketing front and centre in anti-obesity recommendations; Maureen Pugh claims NZ has "1,000 years of coal reserves" left.

Duration:00:26:54

The Panel with Lizzie Marvelly and Jock Anderson (Part 1)

11/17/2019
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The royals in NZ, and Prince Andrew's interview; Tenancy Act changes rile up landlords.

Duration:00:24:53

What the panellists have been thinking

11/17/2019
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What the panellists Lizzie Marvelly and Jock Anderson have been thinking.

Duration:00:04:49

Story of the day with Emile Donovan

11/17/2019
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OK Boomer has hit GERMAN-SPEAKING EUROPE and it's causing a bit of consternation due to the famous intergenerational roadblock of definite articles.

Duration:00:03:42

Tikanga Māori argument in Ellis appeal case

11/14/2019
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Tikanga Māori could be used as argument to continue Peter Ellis appeal after his death.

Duration:00:04:13

Mental Health Foundation warning about ARTs

11/14/2019
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The Mental Health foundation says that the call to bring in Armed Response teams sounds very similar to the taser introduction a decade ago, when similar warnings were made.

Duration:00:09:33

Wealth in the hands of those over 55

11/14/2019
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A researcher says New Zealand's wealth is concentrated in those over 65.

Duration:00:05:34

Question of the Day for 15 November 2019

11/14/2019
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What song/s help you destress or relax?

Duration:00:07:05

Instagrammer apologises for rubber duck Auschwitz photo

11/14/2019
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Putting a rubber duck in front of photos sounds like a cute idea. But in front of Auschwitz? Tone deaf much? That's what a travel blogger has done.

Duration:00:02:30

MAINZ course scrapped

11/14/2019
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The future of highly regarded audio engineering institute MAINZ is in doubt after students discovered it would no longer be offering the Bachelor of Audio Engineering and production at its central Auckland campus.

Duration:00:06:01

Judges are 'mostly white and wealthy'

11/14/2019
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In a strongly worded address, the top judge in the country, Dame Helen Winkelmann, warned that judges are increasingly coming from the same narrow part of society - wealthy and mostly from white homes.

Duration:00:09:49

Judith Collins says "woman of colour" tweet was a mistake

11/14/2019
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Judith Collins has apologised for calling herself "woman of colour" in a tweet.

Duration:00:03:24

The Panel with Mamari Stephens and Alan McElroy (Part 2)

11/14/2019
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What song/s help you destress or relax? A researcher says New Zealand's wealth is concentrated in those over 65. Dr Jess Berentson Shaw, researcher from The Workshop, says the type of asset development that you might expect to see in the next generation is not really happening - because our system isn't working. The Mental Health foundation says that the call to bring in Armed Response teams to parts of the country as part of a 6 moth trial to cut down response times to serious incidents...

Duration:00:26:11

The Panel with Mamari Stephens and Alan McElroy (Part 1)

11/14/2019
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Judith Collins has called herself a "woman of colour". In the now-deleted tweet, the National MP was supporting a ban on female gential mutilation. And important issue that was somewhat undermined by this line - quote "I am a Woman of Colour - the colour white." She has since apologised, saying she deleted it after a staff member told her it was offensive. She admits it was a mistake. In a stongly worded address, the top judge in the country, Dame Helen Winkelmann, warned that judges are...

Duration:00:24:01

I've been thinking for 15 November 2019

11/14/2019
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What the panellists Mamari Stephens and Alan McElroy have been thinking about.

Duration:00:03:52