28 Aug 2014

The Panel with Susan Hornsby-Geluk and Tony Doe (Part 2)

From The Panel, 4:34 pm on 28 August 2014

Topics - junk food may kill your appetite for anything healthy; this claim from the University of New South Wales. Len Brown wants total Council operating spending to drop by three billion dollars. Fuel taxes or road tolls will be needed to keep some of the wheels turning. Len says without extra revenue sources, projects such as the North-western busway, new Park and Ride facilities and new roads won't get built. The Waikouaiti School board of trustees has thrown out one of its longstanding school rules after two of its pupils presented a convincing case to the board. Riversdale school is striking opposition from parents because it wants to introduce mindfulness to calm its students down in the wake of bullying. It's understood some Christian parents at Riversdale consider "mindfulness" Buddhist.