13 Dec 2016

The Panel with Tainui Stephens and Andrew Clay (Part 1)

From The Panel, 4:03 pm on 13 December 2016

Winston Peters has told the families of the Pike River Mine victims he's prepared to go into the mine himself. Child poverty statitics have 'shaken' the Children's commissioner. Brian Easton has researched this extensively and written many papers. He's also an honorary fellow at Massey university's Centre for Social and Health Outcomes and Evaluation. Massey University's chancellor is in the firing line for his sexist comments about female veterinary graduates career fall out due to having children. An earthquake prediction on Facebook has scared Gisborne residents so much they have been queuing for petrol and stocking up on emergency supplies. Big well known corporates are using filthy and cheap Chinese sweatshops to make their products. The police want to extend the booze ban already in place in Dunedin's CBD to include the student area

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