In case you missed it, here are some of the best bits from The Long Lunch, Tuesday 3rd July 2018.
One in five Kiwis drink water that does not meet current standards.
John Pfahlert, the chief executive of Water New Zealand discusses the new report which shows that one in five Kiwis are still drinking water from a public supply that does not meet current drinking water standards and why it highlights the need for the establishment of an independent drinking water regulator.
Brain-related conditions will become more prevalent
Rich Easton, the Neurological Foundation CEO discusses why New Zealanders need to be more cognisant of the fact that brain-related conditions will become more prevalent with the country’s rapidly growing and ageing population set to double by 2046.
Chris Zeiher from Lonely Planet looks at coffee tourisim as they release their book looking at coffee all around the world.
Straight from the Pig’s Mouth
Al Lester the former policeman and detective talks about the release of his new book, Straight from the Pig’s Mouth, The Life and Crimes of a Kiwi Detective, on his 30+ years in the force, and why New Zealand’s war on drugs is failing.
AA helps students get on the road to their first jobs.
Roger Venn confirmed, the AA Driving School General Manager talks about a new initiative aimed to help Manukau Institute of Technology Trades and Hospitality students get on the road to their first jobs.
Listen to the full interviews above.
The Long Lunch with Wendyl Nissen, 12pm - 3pm on RadioLIVE and streaming live to the rova app on Android and iPhone.