Dunedin's trying to decide what to do with 17 bus shleters that are no longer needed with the cnage in bus routes aroudn the city. Should they be moved or reused? We ask the panelists for their suggestions.
Former deputy Prime Minister Paula Bennett has revealed she's had gastric bypass surgery. She's now recovering well but the news has ignited the conversation about how effective the surgery is for those strugglign with thier weight and whether it should be publicly funded. We ask the panelists what they think and Bernard Hickey tells us his experience with the operation.
Rocket Lab's Electron rocket is now up in space after finally lifting off from Mahia Peninsula. It's the first time a satellite has been launched into orbit from New Zealand but it wasn't without it's hiccups. Rocket Lab chief executive Peter Beck tells us how it feels reaching this milestone and what's next for the business.
You can now apply to be on the first dive down to the wreckage of the Titanic. The tragic cruise liner rests 4 kilometres deep in the North Atlantic Ocean. Tickets are just $170,000 - but you've got to be up the physical task.
Advertising of gambling is overseen by the Gambling Act however not all forms can be controlled. We ask our panelists what they think of online gambling sites being advertised on TV during prime time or when children may be watching.
We ask out panelist economic commentator Bernard Hickey for his thoughts on the latest Bitcoin trouble, a loophole in the UK that could see huge profits from the cryptocurrency untaxed. We also discuss the second annual Blockchain Cruise and how blockchain technology seems to be here to stay, even if Bitcoin falls. It's been the news of the year - Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and her partner Clarke Gayford announcing they are having their first baby. While many opinion pieces have focused...