Here's our favourite bits from Weekend Life - the Sunday Edition - for June 3, 2018.
The reasons behind memory difficulty
How is your long and short term memory? Everyday difficulties are a common experience that become more frequent with age.
Massey University Doctoral graduate, Dr Bridget Burmester has examined whether there is a better way to explain what causes everyday memory difficulties.
Political Panel with Mike Williams & Vernon Tava
This week on the Political Panel.
Former Labour Party President Mike Williams and Business Broker Vernon Tava cover a plethora of political news from the week, including the government's proposed changes to our prison system, the Mycoplasma Bovis crisis and the new fuel tax for Aucklanders.
Over-55s losing millions to financial scammers
Nearly 90 percent of the money stolen from New Zealanders in online scams during the first quarter of 2018 was from those aged 55 and older.
The Government's Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) has recorded $3 million in financial losses during that period - but the number is likely far higher.
Netsafe CEO Martin Cocker discusses.
Photos with Trey Ratcliff
Taking photos is a lot easier these days. Often on a phone and not a camera. But when you see a great photo; it really does take your breath away.
Trey Ratcliff is a Queenstown based photographer, and is producing some stunning work.
See more of his incredible photographs at stuckincustoms.com
Suffer from Endometriosis? You won’t want to miss this
Element Health is coming back to Auckland this month, exploring the health and performance benefits of cold immersion, breath and mindset training.
Part of the focus will look at endometriosis and the supporting health benefits of the practice for women who are suffering from this inflammatory disease.
Physiotherapist Nigel Beach discusses.
Emotional Intelligence: Can you really lift it?
Over the past two decades, there has been a growing amount of evidence that emotional intelligence (EQ) may be just as important, if not more so, than IQ.
Leadership coach Harold Hillman discusses.
Many a Muddy Morning - stories from a life off road
Author Mark Warren has had a lifelong love affair with 4-wheel-drive vehicles, like the humble Land Rover Defender and Toyota Land Cruiser.
He likes them so much that he's written a book, called Many a Muddy Morning.
The book is Mr Warren’s incredible, sometimes irreverent, often hilarious story of his life. It’s a tale many New Zealanders will relate to. It’s about dreams and perseverance as a farmer, through challenging times, but always keeping an open mind.
Music - Winter Tunes & Albums
Music aficionado Paula Yeoman gives Weekend Life the low down on some of the best tunes and albums to play this winter.
Tea for two: Broadcaster Louise Wallace
Louise Wallace is a former television reporter in New Zealand and Australia, and was the longtime host of 60 Minutes.
She has tried her hand at acting, established a theatre company, and has been a reality television field director.
Former host of The Weakest Link, her acting efforts have included roles on Street Legal, Legend of the Seeker, Shortland Street and Agent Anna.
Wallace was a contestant on Celebrity Treasure Island and directed the New Zealand edition of The Apprentice. More recently she co-starred in the Bravo reality series Real Housewives of Auckland.
Now, she's got her own TV chat show on SKY.
Listen to the interviews above.
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