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The Panel features a range of panellists from across the opinion spectrum, together with expert phone guests.

Latest Episodes

Lotto Powerball prize has hit 42 million dollars

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.

2 MIN21 h ago
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Lotto Powerball prize has hit 42 million dollars

Australia's domestic spy agency annual threat assessments

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.

9 MIN21 h ago
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Australia's domestic spy agency annual threat assessments

Different stories from same stats

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

8 MIN21 h ago
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Different stories from same stats

Uni accommodation prices rise

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

4 MIN22 h ago
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Uni accommodation prices rise

Fiji asks NZ to speak up on climate change

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.

5 MIN22 h ago
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Fiji asks NZ to speak up on climate change

Aucklanders asked to cut water use

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

7 MIN22 h ago
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Aucklanders asked to cut water use

Coronavirus hangs over Olympics

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

6 MIN22 h ago
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Coronavirus hangs over Olympics

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

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 have been flooding the luckiest lotto shops around the country in a bid to get that winning ticket.

24 MIN22 h ago
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The Panel with Verity Johnson and Nevil Gibson (Part 2)

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

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 students to withdraw from study.

26 MIN22 h ago
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The Panel with Verity Johnson and Nevil Gibson (Part 1)

I've been thinking for 26 February 2020

What the panellists Verity Johnson and Nevil Gibson have been thinking about.

8 MIN22 h ago
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I've been thinking for 26 February 2020

Latest Episodes

Lotto Powerball prize has hit 42 million dollars

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.

2 MIN21 h ago
Comments
Lotto Powerball prize has hit 42 million dollars

Australia's domestic spy agency annual threat assessments

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.

9 MIN21 h ago
Comments
Australia's domestic spy agency annual threat assessments

Different stories from same stats

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

8 MIN21 h ago
Comments
Different stories from same stats

Uni accommodation prices rise

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

4 MIN22 h ago
Comments
Uni accommodation prices rise

Fiji asks NZ to speak up on climate change

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.

5 MIN22 h ago
Comments
Fiji asks NZ to speak up on climate change

Aucklanders asked to cut water use

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

7 MIN22 h ago
Comments
Aucklanders asked to cut water use

Coronavirus hangs over Olympics

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

6 MIN22 h ago
Comments
Coronavirus hangs over Olympics

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

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 have been flooding the luckiest lotto shops around the country in a bid to get that winning ticket.

24 MIN22 h ago
Comments
The Panel with Verity Johnson and Nevil Gibson (Part 2)

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

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 students to withdraw from study.

26 MIN22 h ago
Comments
The Panel with Verity Johnson and Nevil Gibson (Part 1)

I've been thinking for 26 February 2020

What the panellists Verity Johnson and Nevil Gibson have been thinking about.

8 MIN22 h ago
Comments
I've been thinking for 26 February 2020
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