Episodes

Homeowners eligible for Government compensation

2/26/2020
Hundreds of Christchurch homeowners eligible for Government compensation.

Duration:00:04:54

Speeding youth not driving dangerously

2/26/2020
A young Napier man who was caught driving 148 kilometers in an 80 k zone had a charge changed from driving dangerously, to driving at excessive speed.

Duration:00:10:22

Not all prisoners to be allowed to vote

2/26/2020
Lawyer Michael Bott joins The Panel to talk about a descision by the Justice Minister not to let all prisoners vote - despite ministry advice.

Duration:00:07:25

Today in music history for 27 February 2020

2/26/2020
On this day 1964 - Cilla Black at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Anyone Who Had A Heart.

Duration:00:03:06

Coronavirus's global spread

2/26/2020
Professor Mick Roberts joins The Panel to talk about Covid-19, and its spread beyond China.

Duration:00:08:55

Small business owners hope for law change

2/26/2020
Wellington builder Jeremy Long wants to see changes to ensure small businesses are paid in time.

Duration:00:08:52

Rape complainants still asked irrelevant questions

2/26/2020
New research shows rape complainants are still being asked 'humiliating and irrelevant' questions during the court process.

Duration:00:03:14

The Panel with Ali Jones and Steve McCabe (Part 2)

2/26/2020
On this day 1964 - Cilla Black at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Anyone Who Had A Heart. A young Napier man who was caught driving 148 kilometers in an 80 k zone has escaped conviction, as a judge ruled he was not driving dangerously. Lawyer Michael Bott joins The Panel to talk about a descision by the Justice Minister not to let all prisoners vote - despite ministry advice. Hundreds of Christchurch homeowners eligible for Government compensation.

Duration:00:26:33

The Panel with Ali Jones and Steve McCabe (Part 1)

2/26/2020
New research shows rape complainants are still being asked 'humiliating and irrelevant' questions during the court process. Victim advocate Louise Nicholas joins The Panel to talk about her experience in court, and the improvements for victims that are coming. Wellington builder Jeremy Long wants to see changes to ensure small businesses are paid in time. Professor Mick Roberts joins The Panel to talk about Covid-19, and its spread beyond China.

Duration:00:24:11

Story of the Day for 27 February 2020

2/26/2020
A new survey shows that eight out of 10 pet owners compromise their own sleep, for their pet's comfort.

Duration:00:09:39

I've been thinking for 27 February 2020

2/26/2020
What the panellists Ali Jones and Steve McCabe have been thinking about.

Duration:00:05:20

Lotto Powerball prize has hit 42 million dollars

2/25/2020
The Lotto Powerball prize has hit 42 million dollars - and kiwis have been flooding the luckiest lotto shops around the country in a bid to get that winning ticket.

Duration:00:02:05

Australia's domestic spy agency annual threat assessments

2/25/2020
Australia's domestic spy agency has given a frank and unprecedented account of foreign interference within its borders that national security experts say applies here too.

Duration:00:09:51

Different stories from same stats

2/25/2020
Yesterday child poverty rates were released - and they were framed by the Government and the Opposition in two very different ways.

Duration:00:08:53

Uni accommodation prices rise

2/25/2020
There are reports that hikes in university residential hall fees are causing some students to withdraw from study.

Duration:00:04:32

Fiji asks NZ to speak up on climate change

2/25/2020
Fiji's Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama is asking New Zealand to back his call for Australia to commit to doing more to address climate change.

Duration:00:05:07

Aucklanders asked to cut water use

2/25/2020
As the big dry continues around the North Island ... the demand for water in Auckland is causing increasing concern.

Duration:00:07:17

Coronavirus hangs over Olympics

2/25/2020
There's speculation the coronavirus could affect the Tokyo Olympics in July - and athletes have already had pre-Olympic events affected by travel bans.

Duration:00:06:57

The Panel with Verity Johnson and Nevil Gibson (Part 2)

2/25/2020
On this day in 1966 Nancy Sinatra's song These Boots are Made for Walking went straigh to number 1 on the Billboard charts. Yesterday child poverty rates were released - and they were framed by the Government and the Opposition in two very different ways. Australia's domestic spy agency has given a frank and unprecedented account of foreign interference within its borders that national security experts say applies here too. The Lotto Powerball prize has hit 42 million dollars - and kiwis...

Duration:00:25:07

The Panel with Verity Johnson and Nevil Gibson (Part 1)

2/25/2020
There's speculation the coronavirus could affect the Tokyo Olympics in July - and athletes have already had pre-Olympic events affected by travel bans. As the big dry continues around the North Island ... the demand for water in Auckland is causing increasing concern. Fiji's Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama is asking New Zealand to back his call for Australia to commit to doing more to address climate change. There are reports that hikes in university residential hall fees are causing some...

Duration:00:26:42