6 Oct 2017

The Panel with Ellen Read and Chris Gallavin (Part 2)

From The Panel, 4:05 pm on 6 October 2017

Japanese political reporter dies from working too much. What panelists Ellen Read and Chris Gallavin want to talk about. Phil Goff's first anniversary as mayor of Akl is today. His job overseeing the largest city in the country is under scrutiny as the media go over the numbers. A Christchurch family is looking at moving house because they say they are being kept up at night due to the noise of their neighbours spa pool - while in Palmerston North a councillor is looking to ban roosters from the city because she's being woken up by one each morning. A South Canterbury man has found out the hard way that automatic teller machines are sometimes just not that automatic. A Grandma in the US saw a nice book with cute illustrations called If Animals Could Talk - which she thought would be great for her six year old granddaughter.

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