If you missed this afternoon on Summer Talk with Leah Panapa, you can listen back to the best bits here from Thursday January 10th, 2019.
NZ's population to hit 5 million by end of year
Populations expert Paul Spoonley, Massey University on New Zealand's fastest year of adding a million to it's population as we are set to hit 5 million by the end of the year.
Lime scooters to stay in Auckland
Newshub's Lucy Warhurst on Lime scooter's trial getting an extension to stay on in Auckland till the end of March.
Tenants protection Association chair Anthony Rimell on letting fees.
Trumps Oval Office address
US correspondent Carol Ramos on reaction to Trump's Oval Office address.
Innovation predictions for 2019
David Downs, general manager, Trade and Enterprise, looks at the technology breakthroughs we can look forward to this year.
Reusable rubbish bags?
Sue Chetwin, Consumer NZ chief executive looks at the alternatives they've been testing to using banned single use plastic bags to line your bin.
How can we avoid fat-bergs?
Auckland Councillor Alf Filipaina, deputy chair of the Environment and Community committee on the risk of fat bergs in New Zealand.
Listen to all the full interviews above.