12:12 Corrections has approved an application from journalist Michael White to interview Scott Watson in prison.

12:11 Police say it's lucky no one was killed in an Ashburton gang brawl involving baseball bats, an axe & golf clubs. 10 people were arrested.

11:27 Kiwibank's had its strongest year yet, announcing an after tax profit of $132-million - with almost 90% of transactions via digital channels

11:26 Vector expects to invest about $1.8-billion into Auckland's energy networks over the next decade, after a 2.8% gain in revenue this year.

10:05 A warning today of more job cuts at New Zealand Post despite an underlying profit for the year of $128 million, almost all from Kiwibank.

Mon, 26 Mar 2012

Mental Health Foundation CEO Judi Clements speaks to Michael Laws about increase in medicated children

Michael Laws speaks to Judi Clements, CEO of the Mental Health Foundation, about the statistics that show an increase in mental health issues amongst New Zealand's children. Judi explains the possible reasons for the increase and answers questions from Michael Laws about the pressures on young people today and how it differs from 40-50 years ago. 26th March 2012.

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