The Long Lunch: In case you missed Thursday

Long Lunch 13/12/2018

If you missed The Long Lunch today with Roman Travers you can listen back to the interviews here from Thursday, December 13th 2018.

Cracking down on dealers

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The main two synthetic drugs (5F-ADB and AMB-FUBINACA) that have been linked to recent deaths are being classified as Class A.

Minister of Police Stuart Nash explains this will give police the powers they need to crackdown on suppliers and manufacturers, who will also face up to life imprisonment.

Outcomes for procare health

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Lance Norman, head of equity and Māori Health explains they are happy with the changes of procare health and shares whether or not this will help Māori.

The Christchurch Cathedral

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It’s a huge day for Christchurch today as the rebuilld of The Christchurch Cathedral gets underway today.

Peter Carrol, the Bishop Elect of Canterbury explains what this means for the city.

Health, Mind & Body

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Susie Clelland from Suna Pilates talks wellness, sugar, liver and stress.

Her biggest tip? Drink water every day!

Surf life saving for Summer

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Ahead of the summer holiday season it's important for Kiwis to know the dangers of New Zealand beaches.

Allan Mundy, spokesperson for Surf Life Saving NZ recommends what safety precautions to have in place.

The Realness

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Damaris Coulter, co-founder of Auckland’s Coco’s Cantina, set out on a mission to redefine how people discover independent restaurants and cafes.

This is how The Realness was born - no franchises, no chains, no big brands. The new platform provides a place where diners can easily find eateries.

Flicks cinema habits survey

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Flicks are releasing the results from their Cinema Census - which take the temperature on Kiwis viewing habits and attitudes.

Flicks editor Steve Newall shares the number one thing that annoys New Zealanders while they're in the cinema.

Blockchain

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CEO Centrality Aaron McDonald has the 101 on blockchain and technology news of the year.

Uber Eats 2018

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Uber Eats released it's annual stats, is NZ really the foodie paradise we like to think it is?

Vaughn Davis shares the number one ordered item was Butter Chicken and the most expensive order was  $870 from Wendy’s.

Listen to all of the full interviews above.

The Long Lunch with Roman Travers, 12pm - 3pm on RadioLIVE and streaming live to the rova app on Android and iPhone.

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