29 Oct 2013

The Panel with John Bishop and Catherine Robertson (Part 2)

From Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm, 4:38 pm on 29 October 2013

Topics - A study conducted by Harvard Business School concludes that people who offer apologies for things that aren't their fault appear more trustworthy and tend to be welcomed more warmly by strangers than those who don't. An Auckland man is furious after an evening out with his teenage daughter was ruined by wheel-clampers pursuing fines allegedly, seemingly owed by a previous owner of his car. Newspapers around the world are today reporting that Michael Jackson's former doctor, Conrad Murray drove straight to the nearest fast food outlet following his release from jail.

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