The Long Lunch: In case you missed Thursday

Long Lunch 04/10/2018

If you missed the show, here are the best bits to listen back to from The Long Lunch, Thursday October 4th, 2018.

Are the Kavanaugh allegations false?

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Former federal prosecutor Sidney Powell discusses the key questions left to answer in the wake of the FBI’s seventh probe into Supreme Court hopeful Brett Kavanaugh -and what happens if the allegations of sexual misconduct are proven false.

Mental health week shines a light on workplace bullying

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Director of Massey University’s Healthy Work Group, Associate Professor Bevan Catley takes a look at the several high-profile bullying cases that have occurred in the workplace in New Zealand this year, including one involving a sitting MP.

Alarming case of the Colt Clan

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News.com.au reporter Candace Sutton joins the Long Lunch to explore the alarming case of the Colt incest family, including how they've been rounded up after decades of evading detection in four Australian states, and how this disturbing story started in New Zealand.

Hardcover books the new trend?

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Javier Rosales, the commercial director for Book Depository explores the trend which shows New Zealanders’ high readership rate, and noted preference for hard-copy books.

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