27 Sep 2016

The Panel with Julia Hartley-Moore and Chris Clark (Part 2)

From The Panel, 4:05 pm on 27 September 2016

The landline phone may not be with us much longer. What the Panelists Julia Hartley-Moore and Chris Clark want to atlk about. Consumer NZ's Sue Chetwin talks about Microsoft's highly criticized Windows 10 automatic upgrades. National MP Kanwaljit Singh Bakshi claims he was parroting fellow MP Tim Groser's analogy when he used the term "faulty Chinese fridges". New Zealand's Helen Clark is soldering on in her campaign for United Nations Secretary General despite slowly dropping further down the ladder. Mooning and streaking has been outlawed in Victoria.

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