5 Feb 2018

The Panel with Paula Penfold and Damian Christie (Part 1)

From The Panel, 4:03 pm on 5 February 2018

Police are advising victims of financial crimes to hire private investigators. Criminal lawyer Steve Cullen thinks Police don't take financial crime seriously enough. Government agency Callaghan Innovation spent almost $3 million on travel and entertainment in one year. Someone also generously tipped $50 from the public purse. The USA's greatest sporting show on earth is on today. Superbowl 52 sees the New England Patriots go against the Philadelphia Eagles. Teachers who think they're underpaid and overworked start 2018. Will this government do anything about it? A national register of workplace sexual misconduct is set to be established by July. MBIE will keep note of the alledged misdeeds under the direction of the Women's Minister Julie Ann Genter.

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