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I've Been Thinking for 15 January 2020

1/14/2020
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What the panellists Ruth Money and Mike Williams have been thinking about.

Duration:00:03:14

Kauri dieback trespassers endangering recovery for Kauri

1/14/2020
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Kauri dieback secretary Mels Barton talks about why its so disappointing and detrimental to fighting kauri dieback when people access closed tracks around Auckland.

Duration:00:06:49

Debate over whether climate change should be taught in school

1/14/2020
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Debate ignited over the government's plans to introduce climate change as part of the state school curriculum.

Duration:00:04:31

Westland mayor says whitebait preservation plans need more work

1/14/2020
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Conservation efforts for whitebait criticised for being too harsh in some areas. Westland Mayor Bruce Smith explains why some of the measures are not going down well in his region.

Duration:00:09:07

The Panel with Ruth Money and Mike Williams (Part Two)

1/14/2020
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Today The Panel looks at the issues around law and order.

Duration:00:27:07

The Panel with Ruth Money and Mike Williams (Part One)

1/14/2020
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Westland mayor says whitebait preservation plans need more work. Debate over whether climate change should be a subject taught in school. Kauri dieback trespassers endangering recovery efforts for Kauri. I've Been Thinking.

Duration:00:26:11

The Panel with Ella Henry and Andrew Clay (Part One)

1/13/2020
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Australian bushfires rage as Pauline Hanson says Climate Change is BS. Meghan and Harry's future away from royal family confirmed. Changes to religious instructions in schools. Gadgets being developed to restock fridges; a step too far?.

Duration:00:24:49

I've Been Thinking for 14 January 2020

1/13/2020
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What the panellists Andrew Clay and Ella Henry have been thinking about

Duration:00:03:06

Changes to religious instructions in schools

1/13/2020
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A planned law change will mean that children will require permission from their parents to receive any religious instruction in a state school.

Duration:00:05:37

Meghan and Harry's future away from royal family confirmed

1/13/2020
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The royal family has given their approval to Meghan and Harry's plans to forge a separate path living away from the UK, but many questions are still unanswered.

Duration:00:05:31

Australian bushfires rage

1/13/2020
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Bushfires continue to burn across Australia as Senator Pauline Hanson calls climate change "B.S" and doesn't want that to be considered as part of the royal commission of inquiry.

Duration:00:08:44

The Panel with Ella Henry and Andrew Clay (Part Two)

1/13/2020
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Today The Panel discuss issues such as race and gender.

Duration:00:26:47

Four day week lobbyist about the benefits of short working week

1/12/2020
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Four day working week advocate, Charlotte Lockhart, talks about how productivity is impacted by cutting down hours worked each week.

Duration:00:06:16

Royals prepare to hammer out rules for Harry and Meghan

1/12/2020
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Royal family prepare for a big show down to hammer out the details Prince Harry and his wife's plans to step away from their roles.

Duration:00:03:45

ASB Classic winner, Serena Williams donates her prize money

1/12/2020
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ASB Classic winner, Serena Williams, donates her prize money to the Australian bushfire fundraisers.

Duration:00:07:41

International professor of law talks about Iran and the US

1/12/2020
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Otago University Professor Robert Patman talks about the developments in the situation with Iran and the U.S.

Duration:00:07:39

The Panel with Janet Wilson and Ben Thomas (Part Two

1/12/2020
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The Panel discusses the state of politics in New Zealand for 2020.

Duration:00:25:26

The Panel with Janet Wilson and Ben Thomas (Part One)

1/12/2020
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International professor of law talks about the situation with Iran and the US. ASB Classic winner, Serena Williams donates her prize money to Oz. Royals prepare to hammer out rules for Harry and Meghan's new life. Four day week lobbyist talks about the benefits of a short working week.

Duration:00:25:44

CNN top 100 stories of 2019 include mosque shooting at number 3

12/23/2019
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CNN's top 100 read online stories of 2019 has the Christchurch Mosque shooting as its third most viewed.

Duration:00:04:28

Media council ruling on ODT cartoon says its racist and hurtful

12/23/2019
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Media council rules that the Garrick Tremain cartoon in the Otago Daily Times was racist and hurtful. Dunedin City Councillor Marie Laufiso who protested outside the paper's office reacts to the council's ruling.

Duration:00:11:39