Weekend Life: In case you missed Sunday
In case you missed it, here's a look back at the best bits from Weekend Life with Carly Flynn in for Trudi Nelson on Sunday 30th September, 2018.
New Zealand First
This month, deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters celebrates 25 years as the leader of the New Zealand First party.
Newshub reporter Adam Hollingworth joined Carly Flynn to discuss the Waka-jumping Bill and if New Zealand First is at the height of their success.
Some of the big petrol stations in New Zealand have already increased their prices this week by the extra 4c a litre, with petrol company Gull waiting until Wednesday to raise their prices.
Dave Bodger from Gull joins Carly to explore how we can get the best deals and whhy margins are at an all time high.
Interest rates in New Zealand have stayed the same but have increased in the US while petrol prices have risen immensly in New Zealand.
Shamubeel Eaqub, our resident economist joins Carly for all your money matters.
Political Panel: Trish Sherson & Verity Johnson
Jacinda Ardern at the UN with baby Neve, the Meka Whaitiri leak, Derek Handley email leaks and teachers pay.
Carly is joined by Trish Sherson, PR consultant and Verity Johnson, social commentator for this weeks Political Panel.
Mental health portfolio, treating drugs as a health issue and should New Zealand wars be a compulsory part of the curriculum?
Town & country, left and right - two young, fresh MP’s from opposite sides of the house.
Chloe Swarbrick, Greens List MP and Hamish Walker Clutha Southland MP talk with Carly for Politics 101.
How are your New Years resolutions?
With three months to go until 2019, can you still make it across the finish line?
Harold Hillman our leadership coach joins Carly to encourage people to continue with their goals and how to do a 'final check' to achieve them.
Married at First Sight New Zealand
Married at First Sight Season Two airs tonight on Three, so Carly is joined by relationship expert from the show Stephanie Dowse.
She discusses what they hope to achieve with the second season, whether the contestants are seeking marriage or fame and drops some hints about tonights episode.
NZ Music nominations
The nominees for the 2018 New Zealand Music Awards are out, and there are a lot of newcomers up for awards but still a few 'veterans' in there.
RadioLIVE music reviewer Mitchell Ley joined Carly Flynn to share his top picks and play a snippet of what we can expect from the awards this November.
Typical Coaster - a novel
Authour Phil Walsh talks with Carly to discuss his second book Typical Coaster prior to its release.
The novel is a light-hearted and entertaining account of growing up on the West Coast of New Zealand, and Mr Walsh shares with us his motivation for writing the book and what he has planned for the future.
Listen to the interviews above.
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