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An Auckland councillor says churches in his area need to re-think the way they tithe low income residents.
The main message is “less kia kaha and more kōrero” – essentially less being strong, and more talking.
In case you missed Tuesday, here are some of the best bits from The Long Lunch July 17th 2018.
A group of financial advisors claim that some 440,000 KiwiSavers have missed out on approximately $1 billion over the last six years.
Gerard Hindmarsh discusses the amazing feats and strange post-script of our most celebrated aviator.
Bisbee 17 is a documentary that re-enacts a dirty little secret from an Arizona mining town.
Siouxsie Wiles joins Graeme Hill, to expose hoaxes, woo and scams for what they aren’t.
Paul Casserly discusses the week's media sense and nonsense.
John Dybvig shares his take on the latest news of the week from the United States.
Former Exclusive Brethren member Craig Hoyle was sent to gay conversion therapy in Sydney when he was 18 years old.
This is one of the most cited greats that you may not have heard of.
Dr Nic Rawlence talks about findings and prospects for new discoveries.
This week we have double the astronomy, which means double the space fun.
Last year the IRD had $180m in overpaid tax, so if you’re one of the ones who overpaid now is your time to claim it back.
Does the Government need to step in to tackle obesity?
In case you missed it, here's a look back at the best bits from Weekend Life with Carly Flynn for Saturday, July 14th 2018.
The world’s largest sex survey ever reveals our common - and not so common - sexual desires.
Conservative organisation Right Minds NZ will launch a series of "free speech rallies" in response to the Council's decision.
The film focuses on the bond between man and dog, observing a tailored process of rehabilitating misunderstood canines.
Local councils have put in their requests for their slice of the $25 million in the bank for tourism infrastructure.
The twelve boys and coach have been rescued, so now the question is - what's next?
Around 30,000 nurses across New Zealand will join the nationwide strike today, bringing all non-essential hospital care to a halt.
Online reviews suggest there could be an unflattering side to one of Gore’s only camping grounds.
Here are some of the best bits from The Long Lunch for Wednesday July 11th, 2018.
New Zealand's mystical lost natural wonder, the pink and white terraces, may not be completely lost after all.
In case you missed The Long Lunch today, here are some of our favourite interviews from Tuesday 10th July 2018.
Eight of the Thai boys are now in hospital recovering from being trapped in Tham Luang cave.
Here are some of our favourite interviews from The Long Lunch Monday July 9th 2018.