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Sussex royals issue a legal warning to paparazzi over photos

1/22/2020
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Harry and Meghan threaten legal action over paparazzi photos being offered to British news outlets and then published.

Duration:00:04:22

Consumer NZ gets dodgey herbal teas pulled from the shelves

1/22/2020
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Consumer NZ CEO Sue Chetwin talks about their investigation into herbal tea brands which have now been pulled from the shelves because they contain a pharmacy only medicine.

Duration:00:07:18

Concerns raised over Rocket Lab collaboration with US military

1/22/2020
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Professor Kevin Clements, director of the National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies at Otago University says there are very real concerns about Rocket Lab working with the U.S military and what it means for our nuclear free stance.

Duration:00:09:25

The lunch break is become more rare in New Zealand workplaces

1/22/2020
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Lunch breaks in workplaces around New Zealand are becoming an increasingly rare commodity.

Duration:00:02:56

Services being developed to restock fridges: a step too far?

1/22/2020
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A new subset of start up entrepreneurs create an in-home grocery delivery service to serve the Silicon Valley start ups.

Duration:00:03:12

New data shows large gender pay gap in academia

1/22/2020
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Women in academia are paid significantly less than men, echoing the finding across all other employment as well.

Duration:00:07:15

Fears over spread of coronavirus turning into a pandemic

1/22/2020
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Disease and virus expert spread, Associate Professor Adam Kamradt-Scott, talks about the rapid global movement of the coronavirus from China.

Duration:00:09:58

The Panel with Heather Roy and James Elliot (Part 1)

1/22/2020
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Topics - Disease and virus expert spread, Associate Professor Adam Kamradt-Scott, talks about the rapid global movement of the coronavirus from China. Women in academia are paid significantly less than men, echoing the finding across all other employment as well. A new subset of start up entrepreneurs create an in-home grocery delivery service to serve the Silicon Valley start ups, Lunch breaks in workplaces around New Zealand are becoming an increasingly rare commodity.

Duration:00:25:34

What the panellists have been thinking

1/22/2020
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What the panellists Heather Roy and James Elliot have been thinking about.

Duration:00:04:40

Story of the day with Laura Dooney

1/22/2020
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Story of the day with Laura Dooney.

Duration:00:06:36

Tool for schools causes ire for encouraging kids to eat less meat

1/21/2020
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A new resource for schools that teaches students about climate change has come under fire for encouraging kids to eat less meat.

Duration:00:09:53

Many motorists unsure of laws around drinking and driving, research shows

1/21/2020
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An advocate from road safety group Brake, Caroline Perry, talks about why her organisation is lobbying for a zero alcohol limit for drivers to get rid of any ambiguity about how much you can drink if you're planning on driving.

Duration:00:08:22

Sidewalk seating causes stoush in New Plymouth

1/21/2020
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Over the weekend, around 14 people brought their own chairs for a two-hour "sit in" on the footpath outside a bakery and a cafe on Govett Ave in Frankleigh, where the council had ordered the removal of tables and chairs. T

Duration:00:03:45

Auckland slips down rankings as good place to raise a family

1/21/2020
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Senior writer at the NZ Herald, Simon Wilson, talks about why Auckland is becoming less desirable as a place to raise a family and other issues frustrating residents in the City of Sails.

Duration:00:08:07

Greta and the US President go head to head in Davos

1/21/2020
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The World Economic forum in Davos has been focussing on climate change with US President Donald Trump and climate change activist teen Greta Thunberg facing each other down.

Duration:00:06:33

Trump impeachment trial gets underway in the US

1/21/2020
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International professor of law, Al Gillespie, joins the discussion on what's happening with the trial to impeach U.S President, Donald Trump.

Duration:00:09:49

The Panel with Michelle Boag and Chris Orr (Part 2)

1/21/2020
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Topics - Over the weekend, around 14 people brought their own chairs for a two-hour "sit in" on the footpath outside a bakery and a cafe on Govett Ave in Frankleigh, where the council had ordered the removal of tables and chairs. The council's actions come after it received two complaints in the last year, from people with disabilities who had trouble accssing the footpath. An advocate from road safety group Brake, Caroline Perry, talks about why her organisation is lobbying for a zero...

Duration:00:26:34

The Panel with Michelle Boag and Chris Orr (Part 1)

1/21/2020
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Topics - International professor of law, Al Gillespie, joins the discussion on what's happening with the trial to impeach U.S President, Donald Trump. The World Economic forum in Davos has been focussing on climate change with US President Donald Trump and climate change activist teen Greta Thunberg facing each other down. Senior writer at the New Zealand Herald, Simon Wilson, talks about why Auckland is becoming less desirable as a place to raise a family and other issues frustrating...

Duration:00:23:36

I've been thinking for 22 January 2020y

1/21/2020
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What the panellists Michelle Boag and Chris Orr have been thinking about.

Duration:00:04:34

Story of the day with Laura Dooney

1/21/2020
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Story of the day with Laura Dooney.

Duration:00:09:52