15 Feb 2017

The Panel with Cas Carter and Nevil Gibson (Part 1)

From The Panel, 4:03 pm on 15 February 2017

Christchurch like Armagaddon Murry Chong's facebook post about Te Reo opens up a wider issue of people being told what they can and can't say on social media sites. Pike River mine victims' families are meeting with the Prime Minister over re-entry into the mine. Labour does a deal with the Greens in Ohariu-Belmont so there's no Green Party candidate standing against Andrew Little. The panel discusses what the hidden meaning could be behind former PM John Key saying he's not comfortable being on the board of an American airline. More evacuations happening, we cross to panelist Sue Wells.