21 May 2015

The Panel with Jolisa Gracewood and Selwyn Manning (Part 2)

From The Panel, 4:32 pm on 21 May 2015

Parents are taking a case to the High Court over the treatment of a school girl who's opted out of school Bible lessons. What the Panelists Jolisa Gracewood and Selwyn Manning have been thinking about. Telecommunications company Orcon's been ordered to pay a customer $25 thousand after the Human Rights Tribunal found it never should have referred an unpaid bill to a debt collection agency. Privacy lawyer Katthryn Dalziel explains how this happened. Is it a mansion or just a big house? We ask real estate agent Simon Damerell what the definition of manion is. A new video telling people how to file a tax return has been made for the IRD. It cost $418k. It's all set around a jazzercise routine. Is that realy necessary? Lawyer Lecretia Seales has had her final day at work. Lecretia is asking the High Court to uphold her right to die at the time of her choosing.

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