Episodes

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

I've been thinking for 26 February 2020

2/25/2020
What the panellists Verity Johnson and Nevil Gibson have been thinking about.

Duration:00:08:03

Story of the Day for 26 February 2020

2/25/2020
A tweet from a british Tory politician has caused a week long headache for the most unlikely of political players, Yorkshire Tea. Rishi Sunak is the newly minted Chancellor of Boris Johnson's cabinet and he fired off a tweet on Friday saying "Quick Budget prep break making tea for the team. Nothing like a good Yorkshire brew" with a photo of a bag of one thousand and forty Yorkshire Tea bags. As a result many UK commentators and members of the public have been innundating Yorkshire Tea's...

Duration:00:06:44

Maori Party candidates selected

2/24/2020
The Maori Party has selected candidates in two of its three target seats.

Duration:00:01:43

'Chick scientists' blamed for changes to whitebaiting

2/24/2020
Scientist Nicola Gaston joins The Panel to talk about the impact of referring to 'chick scientists' as a way of disregarding science.

Duration:00:06:57

$450 charged for home without kitchen

2/24/2020
Family sought for Mt Roskill home that doesn't have a kitchen.

Duration:00:04:40

Immigration policies corroding Aus/NZ relations

2/24/2020
Immigration lawyer Simon Laurent joins The Panel to talk about immigration law in Australia and New Zealand.

Duration:00:07:44

Feedback on Hannah Tamaki poll

2/24/2020
Should Mediaworks reconsider having Hannah Tamaki on Dancing with the Stars ?

Duration:00:03:57

Christopher Cross won Best new artist this day in 1981

2/24/2020
He is a singer-songwriter from San Antonio, Texas, and won five Grammy Awards for his eponymous debut album released in 1979.

Duration:00:01:12

Hannah Tamaki's campaign manager sacked

2/24/2020
Hannah Tamaki's Vision New Zealand party has sacked its campaign manager Jevan Goulter after his response to criticism of Dancing with the Stars having Tamaki as a contestant.

Duration:00:06:09

Coronavirus hits stock exchange

2/24/2020
Economist Michael Reddell discusses global stock markets falling amid fears around the Covid-19 virus.

Duration:00:06:35

Harvey Weinstein convicted

2/24/2020
Hollywood reporter Carol Ramos joins The Panel to discuss Harvey Weinstein's convictions, and further charges in California.

Duration:00:10:08