Here's a look back at Weekend Life with Trudi Nelson for Sunday, June 24th, 2018.
Animal rights group SAFE has been criticised for walking about of a Government-led hui.
Support for his cause keeps rolling in.
Should police completely cease chases of offenders over minor incidents?
Mark Richardson has used an analogy for the "mechanical-minded" to describe the Government's current political strategy.
Former Prime Minister Helen Clark has praised current Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and her partner Clarke Gayford after the arrival of their baby.
Finance Minister Grant Robertson has ruled out giving district health boards more funding so they can offer nurses a better pay deal.
Former Prime Minister Helen Clark has a thing or two to say about the US pulling out of the UN Human Rights Council.
An urban designer says New Zealand needs to change the design of the shops to make them less appealing to criminals.
Tonight on Night talk, Mitch Harris throws out some somewhat controversial topics, and we hear your views.
Bernard Hickey believes the new foreign buyers ban will do good for New Zealand's housing market.
The new rules have been applauded by Property Council and investors.
Tonight on Night talk, Mitch Harris throws out some hot new topics, and we hear your views.
A change in policy on the US-Mexican border has seen more than 2000 children separated from their parents.
Maori and Pasifika heads of primary schools often face racism at work, a survey reveals.
Health Minister David Clark says the Government has reached its limit for nurses' pay, despite Winston Peters saying the Government could do better.
Trade expert Charles Finny has admitted he's keeping a watchful eye over a spat between China and the US in case of possible impacts on New Zealand.
"The new Government's come in, and perhaps the expectations that we've given them are too high."
Nurses have voted to reject the latest pay offer from New Zealand's District Health Boards.
Nurses appear set to reject the Government's pay offer and go on strike next month.
Pike River Minister Andrew Little says re-entry into the mine by the end of the year is likely.
Simon Bridges says National would have no problem approving coal mining on conservation land.
National’s Justice spokesperson Mark Mitchell says when an offender is caught, they should be sent straight to prison for rehabilitation.
Nicky Hager is back in the news this week after police apologised to him for a raid on his home in 2014.
In case you missed it, here's a look back at the best bits from Weekend Life with Carly Flynn for Saturday, June 16th, 2018.
Non-compliance, according to Agriculture Minister Damien O’Connor, is no longer an option now.
In case you missed it here are some of our favourite bits from The Long Lunch with Trudi Nelson in for Wendyl Nissen on Friday June 15th, 2018.
While he wouldn't go as far as to say Dr Clark should be sacked, Mr Ross said he needs to be hauled in front of the PM for a stern talking to.
Housing Minister Phil Twyford has defended the Health Minister after a voicemail suggests he tried to gag DHB staff from talking about Middlemore.
Experts are meeting in Greymouth to decide on the best of 3 options mooted to re-enter the drift at Pike River Mine.
Agriculture Minister Damien O'Connor won't be demanding an apology from Shane Jones, after the NZ First MP's Fonterra-flogging tirade.
Prisoners sleeping on mattresses on the floor wouldn't be "the best" situation, but could be a possibility.
Housing New Zealand is considering allowing anti-social tenants stay put and moving neighbours away to solve community problems.
In case you missed it, here are some of our favourite bits from The Long Lunch Wednesday June 13th.
Otago University's Robert Patman told The AM Show the meeting was the first step in the process of denuclearisation.
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff says he hasn't received a letter of no confidence, and found it "odd" to read about it in the news Wednesday morning.
Judith Collins says if she becomes Housing Minister, she'll do her best to reverse the Overseas Investment Amendment Bill.
The Prime Minister has confirmed there will be no compensation for those who spent money cleaning up their homes.
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