Here's a look back at the best bits from Your Sunday for March 25th, 2018.
Our first guest is Kiri Barfoot, director at Barfoot & Thompson real estate.
Last year, home ownership nudged a new low, reaching its lowest rate in 66 years. 35% of New Zealanders live in a rental - which means a whole lot of letting fees.
In light of this Phil Twyford announced on Thursday that letting fees will be banned.
Kiri joined Trudi Nelson to give her view on the matter.
Plunket has been looking after our tots since 1907, but now they’re in hot water for transferring assets and properties from local community ownership to Plunket's national HQ.
Volunteers mums, dads and plunket staff are in shock.
Plunket chief executive Amanda Malu discusses the latest scandal to rock the company and says Plunket HQ has always owned the buildings.
Peter Griffin, director of The Science Centre and Editor of Sciblogs sits down with Trudi Nelson to give some insight into Facebook’s meltdown this week.
Coined #DeleteFacebook, Mr Griffin gives us all the details and implications of the social media site's latest fiasco.
Chris Trotter & Rodney Hide
This week's Political Panel is former ACT party leader Rodney Hide and left leaning political commentator Chris Trotter.
The pair cover a variety of topics, such as Jonathan Coleman’s resignation, a night with Obama and Mark Zuckerberg’s latest drama.
Campbell McPhee joins Trudi Nelson to look at death by chocolate – Cadbury style.
Mr McPhee was an employee at the Dunedin based Cadbury factory for 33 years.
When the company decided to close its doors, they also decided to let go over their staff members.
Mr McPhee discusses the impact of Cadbury on his own life, and what its closure means for his future.
Listen to the interviews above.
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