Episodes

Whitney Houston's hologram on tour

2/27/2020
Whitney Houston's hologram is going on tour. The singer passed away in February 2012, but now, eight years later, fans will be able to go and see her sing 'live', again.

Duration:00:02:04

Kiwibank says 'bye to cheques

2/27/2020
Today is the last day Kiwibank will take cheques, after reaching what the bank has called 'a tipping point'.

Duration:00:06:27

Shake-up headed for NZ Rugby

2/27/2020
Sports journalist Hamish Bidwell talks about the shake-up headed for New Zealand Rugby, and the state of the game now.

Duration:00:09:31

Expensive car might suggest you're a jerk

2/27/2020
Scientists say - if you drive an expensive car, you're probably a jerk.

Duration:00:04:35

Concerns over state of Hauraki Gulf

2/27/2020
The State of the Gulf 2020 report has painted a stark picture of the health of Hauraki Gulf - the report's lead author Dr Shane Kelly joins The Panel to explain the findings of the report.

Duration:00:08:52

No travel-ban lift for Chinese uni students

2/27/2020
The Government says there will be no exemption to Covid travel restrictions for Chinese students coming to university here - Victoria Unviersity's vice-chancellor Grant Guilford joins The Panel to discuss.

Duration:00:07:32

Authorities urge people to get winter flu jab

2/27/2020
Health officials are urging people to get the winter flu vaccine this year, amid fears coronavirus will reach New Zealand at the same time the flu season hits.

Duration:00:06:47

The Panel with Golnaz Bassam-Tabar and Peter Elliott (Part 2)

2/27/2020
A-ha, The Norwegian trio who dominated pop charts worldwide during the '80s, ar coming to play ChCh and Aucklan next week. Scientists say - if you drive an expensive car, you're probably a jerk. Sports journalist Hamish Bidwell talks about the shake-up headed for New Zealand Rugby, and the state of the game now. Today is the last day Kiwibank will take cheques, after reaching what the bank has called 'a tipping point'. Whitney Houston's hologram is going on tour. The singer passed away in...

Duration:00:26:15

The Panel with Golnaz Bassam-Tabar and Peter Elliott (Part 1)

2/27/2020
Health officials are urging people to get the winter flu vaccine this year, amid fears coronavirus will reach New Zealand at the same time the flu season hits. The Government says there will be no exemption to Covid travel restrictions for Chinese students coming to university here - Victoria Unviersity's vice-chancellor Grant Guilford joins The Panel to discuss. The State of the Gulf 2020 report has painted a stark picture of the health of Hauraki Gulf - the report's lead author Dr Shane...

Duration:00:24:38

I've been thinking for 28 February 2020

2/27/2020
What the panellists Peter Elliott and Golnaz Bassam-Tabar have been thinking about.

Duration:00:04:15

Story of the Day for 28 February 2020

2/27/2020
It's Leap Day tomorrow! But what is a leap day and where does it come from? Robert Kelly has gone on a journey to find out and if anything has come back even more confused.

Duration:00:10:24

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