Weekend Life: In case you missed Sunday

Weekend Life 21/10/2018

In case you missed it, here's a look back at the best bits from Weekend Life with Trudi Nelson on Sunday 21st October, 2018.

The crazy week of NZ politics

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The story that almost changes by the hour, Jami-Lee Ross vs Simon Bridges in a crazy week of New Zealand politics.

Professor Bryce Edwards, political commentator breaks down the comments made by the politicans, shares his insights and who is winning and losing.

Money Matters

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The markets are still volatile but no longer in freefall and rising petrol prices are making imports more expensive.
 
Economist Shamubeel Eaqub discusses how the trade war seems to be affecting China, which had the slowest economic growth in 9 years.

Poltical Panel: Sean Plunket & Brendan Horan

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Jami-Lee Ross in dirty politics, waka jumping bill, Simon Bridges and Donald Trump.

Political commentator Sean Plunket & Brendan Horan, Former NZ First MP are this weeks Political Panel.

Vital beach safety advice

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As the surf life saving season is now open, it's important for beach-goers to know when the flags will be operating and how to keep safe in the water.

Allan Mundy, surf lifesaving national lifesaving manager shares his message on safety and the benefits of becoming a lifeguard.

Kiwi-as toilets

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Jo Knox was inspired to write a public toilet book after finding the lack thereof around New Zealand.

She explains the importance of design, cleanliness and toilet apps.

New blood test may rule out heart attack

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Findings that a new blood test may help rule out a heart attack within 15 minutes has been published in the journal of the American Medical Associtation.

Emergency medicine specialist Dr Martin Than explains what his team has discovered, how significant the study is and how long it's taken to achieve these results.

WOMAD

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Resident music reviewer Paula Yeoman talks about her top picks from the World of Wearable Arts and Dance festival.

She focusses on the kiwi artists in the line up, including TEEKS and Nadia Reid.

Listen to the full interviews above.

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