9 Feb 2018

The Panel with Victoria Stewart and Michael Moynihan (Part 1)

From The Panel, 4:03 pm on 9 February 2018

Dunedin's bars will be open for business on Easter's sacrosanct days, as authorities clear the way for pop superstar Ed Sheeran's presence in the city. The new government plans to ditch most charter schools. We talk to Karen Poole the CEO of the Villa Education Trust which owns Mt Hobson Middle School in Auckland about what's next for them. Hidden cameras could be spying on you and monitoring your shopping habits. Netsafe's Sean Lyons explains why this is legal. In our on-going discussions about the lack of shade for farm animals we ask what Fonterra does about it. After a lot of feedback from a discussion earlier in the week here are the details for donating sanitary products or money for women in need of assistance. To donate money go to the Salvation Army website www.salvationarmy.org.nz and specify what the donation is for in the comments box. Or leave products in the Salvation Army boxes at Countdown supermarkets.

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