In case you missed it, here's a look back at the best bits from Weekend Life with Trudi Nelson for Sunday, June 10th, 2018.
Northcote By-Election a clean sweep
National Party candidate Dan Bidois and Labour party candidate Shanan Halbert join Trudi Nelson to discuss the results of last night’s By-Election. Newshub’s Political Editor Tova O’brien also joins the discussion.
Don Brash and Marama Fox go head to head
Former National party leader, ACT party leader and Former Reserve Bank Governor Don Brash joins Former Maori Party Co-Leader Marama Fox on this week’s political panel. The pair cover everything from the Northcote By-Election to speedway.
Chloe Swarbrick and Hamish Walker
Greens List MP Chloe Swarbrick and Clutha Southland National MP Hamish Walker join Trudi Nelson on Weekend Life. The pair look at a large variety of topics, from Climate change to Hamish’s new cat.
Putting undisturbed sleep to bed
Thousands of New Zealanders suffer from “undisturbed sleep” whether it be raising young families, suffering health discomforts, working over nights or just dealing with the everyday anxiety and stress issues.
Rosie Gibson is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Sleep/Wake Research Centre, College of Health, Massey University Wellington. Ms Gibson looks into all these matters and will hopefully provide some tried and proved practices that will ensure we reach our optimum sleeping patterns.
How important is the word thanks or thank you? Well Daniel Flynn, the co-founder of Thankyou.co believes it is incredibly important. Mr Flynn joins Trudi to discuss his effort to end global poverty.
Getting off 'Antidepressant Medication' doesn't have to be a chore
One of the Co-Authors of a new study that looks at the use of ‘Antidepressant Medication’ Claire Cartwright, Associate Professor of the School of Psychology, University of Auckland joins Trudi.
Professor Cartwright discusses the impact of withdrawal on Antidepressant users, and the impact that said withdrawal can have.
Tea For Two with Dame Catherine Healy DNZM
Dame Catherine Alice Healy DNZM is a New Zealand sex workers' rights activist, field researcher and former prostitute working for decriminalisation of prostitution and generally for the improvement of the sex work profession.
Dame Healy joins Trudi Nelson to discuss the reality of sex work, her own experiences with the profession and her new title.
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