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Panellists discuss accountability from the public sector, freedom camping in Auckland and the use of the term ‘anti-Vaxxer’.
Panellists Nalini Baruch and Pattrick Smellie discuss Three Waters reforms, and ventilation in schools and workplaces.
Nalini Baruch and Pattrick Smellie share what they have been thinking about.
Panellists Ruwani Perera and Peter Dunne discuss vaccine polarisation, Smeg knives and ACC claims, rising milk prices and new housing rules.
Panellists Ruwani Perera and Peter Dunne discuss some schools returning in Auckland while others stay closed.
Panellists Ruwani Perera and Peter Dunne share what they have been thinking about.
Joining us on the Weekend Panel this morning are Ali Jones, a Senior Consultant at RedPR and BRG Director Chris Wikaira. Among other topics, they'll be discussing the roadmap out of lockdown, what to do with vaccination rates, Auckland schools returning, housing issues, ageism and the British Royal Family getting political.…
Panellists Nick Leggett and Ella Henry discuss the connection between literacy and absenteeism, how much money Kiwis can make on their preloved items, and when they first realised they were no longer 'young'.
Panellists Nick Leggett and Ella Henry discuss the new traffic light Covid-19 Protection Framework and the missing bucket fountain bucket.
Panellists Nick Leggett and Ella Henry share what they have been thinking.
Panellists Andrew Hoggard and Mihingarangi Forbes discuss New Zealand's global pension ranking, the UK and EU trade deals and a new initiative giving free accounting advice to musicians.
Panellists Andrew Hoggard and Mihingarangi Forbes discuss vaccination rates in our rural and Maori communities, a new strain of Covid-19, and outdated phrases.
Panellists Andrew Hoggard and Mihingarangi Forbes share what they have been thinking.
Panellists Zoë George and Dean Hall discuss Auckland schools re-opening for NCEA students, Kiwi complacency over climate change, and wedding drama.
Panellists Zoë George and Dean Hall share what they have been thinking and chat to New Zealander Harita Davies while she runs the 3100 Mile Race in New York.
Show notes: Title - Welcome Sunny Dellinger with the Better Business Bureau of Metro Atlanta Sunny is the Director, Administrative Services with the BBB. Cindy has been working with Sunny to train all of their employees in DISC Behaviors and Driving Forces during the pandemic. Listen as Sunny shares how they have invested in their employees with th…
Panellists Alexia Russell and Guy Williams discuss $500,000 in funding being given to a tech start up to promote books, the Erebus memorial, and National Nude Gardening day.
Panellists Alexia Russell and Guy Williams discuss the bipartisan housing announcement, and dog attacks in Auckland. Participants: Bill McKay, Lara Greaves, Chris Brown
Panellists Alexia Russell and Guy Williams share what they have been thinking.
Panellists Ali Mau and Stephen Jacobi on New Zealanders living paycheck to paycheck, rising inflation, and whether they're okay with vegemite on pizza.
Panellists Ali Mau and Stephen Jacobi discuss today's Covid-19 alert level announcement.
Panellists Ali Mau and Stephen Jacobi share what they have been thinking and learn how to use a microwave.
Joining us on the Weekend Panel this morning are Brigitte Morten, a lawyer for Franks Ogilvie, and Radio New Zealand's Executive Director Podcasts & Series, Tim Watkin. Among other topics, they'll be discussing New Zealand's first-ever Vaxathon, the hit Netflix series Squid Game, and people littering while we are trying to keep New Zealand beautifu…
Panellists Ziena Jalil and Alan McElroy discuss vaccination beers, windowless rentals, and the words we use for 'goodbye' Participants: Nicki Jackson, Ashok Jacob.
Panellists Ziena Jalil and Alan McElroy share what they have been thinking.
Panellists Jerome Chandrahasen and Ruth Money on Judge Andrew Becrofts final days as Children's Commissioner, why we love working from home, and whether or not you should give up on a bad book after 20 pages. Participants: Andrew Becroft, Ben Thompson, Jeremy Sherlock
Panellists Jerome Chandrahasen and Ruth Money discuss the Great Resignation hitting NZ, the resiliency of our health system, and whether the word 'alien' is offensive to extra-terrestrials. Participants: Jarrod Haar, Robin Gauld
Panellists Jerome Chandrahasen and Ruth Money hear from a local polio survivor and share what they have been thinking. Participants: Barry Erickson
Part 1: Panellists Michele A'Court and Stephen Franks discuss this weekend's Vaxathon, gender and Lego, and the first bisexual Superman Participants: Lindsay Benbrook, Bailey Mackey, Daniel Williams.
Pre-panel: Panellists Michele A'Court and Stephen Franks share what they have been thinking and answer letters from listeners.
Steel reinforcing bar and mesh is about to run short in New Zealand, an industry leader says - So what effect will this have on building in NZ?
The Panel can reveal today that the Mayors of South Island are resigned to the idea that Delta will reach their shores, its just a matter of when.
Mr Whippy back in Octagon Dunedin after 15-year hiatus and what Leonie Freeman and Christopher Clarke have been thinking about.
The Panel with Penny Ashton and Phil O'Reilly (Part 1)
Panelists Penny Ashton and Phil O'Reilly share what they've been thinking about, and we hear from Kate Duckworth on the painter whose paintings are entwined in a marriage breakup.
Simplicity KiwiSaver chief executive Sam Stubbs and investigative journalist Paula Penfold join us on the Weekend Panel. They discuss where to from now for Delta, making teachers get vaccinated, the slowness with antigen tests and how safe a country is New Zealand anymore?
The Panel with Cindy Mitchener and David Cormack (Part 2)
The Panel with Cindy Mitchener and David Cormack (Part 1)
Panellists Cindy Mitchener and David Cormack share what they have been thinking about, including the best karaoke songs of all time.
The Panel with Caroline Daley and Ben Thomas (Part 2).
The Panel with Caroline Daley and Ben Thomas (Part 1).
Panellists Caroline Daley and Ben Thomas share what they have been thinking about and talk about the Girls Can Do Anything campaign from the 80s.
Panellists Heather Roy and David Slack discuss electoral law, Dutch-style roundabouts and the insects that stand to benefit from climate change.
Panellists Heather Roy and David Slack share what they have been thinking and answer listeners questions for Dear Panel.
DISC Behaviors assessment measures how you show up and the Driving Forces (your motivators) measure why you do what you do. So how do each of the behavior styles demonstrate their primary Driving Forces? Listen up as the DISCy Chicks walk you through six of the Driving forces through the eyes of the dominant, influence, steady and compliant styles.…
The government launched a sweeping review of Aotearoa's electoral law yesterday. It spans transparency of political donations, a four-year term in office, overseas voting, a younger voting age, and a 4 percent party vote threshold. It also evaluates the so-called coat tailing rule, which allows parties to bring in additional MPs without having to c…
Panellists Victoria MacLennan and Jock Anderson discuss vaccine certificates, keeping cats indoors, and Maorissey.
Panellists Victoria MacLennan and Jock Anderson discuss a major review of electoral law, the value of cash in 2021 and Squid Game.
Panellists Victoria MacLennan and Jock Anderson share what they have been thinking about. The Panel discusses the pyjama etiquette. Participant: Textile and fashion historian, teacher at Toi Whakaari, the New Zealand Drama School, Leimomi Oakes.
When it comes to maths it's not what we're teaching, but how we're teaching - and it's costing the country billions of dollars every year. That's according to the Royal Society panel reviewing the maths curriculum, it went beyond its brief and called for a major overhaul of how the subject is taught in schools. It warns that teachers must stop grou…