Weekend Life: In case you missed Sunday

Weekend Life 04/11/2018

In case you missed it, here's a look back at the best bits from Weekend Life with Trudi Nelson on Sunday 4th November, 2018.

Letting fee may backfire

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Bindi Norwell, chief executive of the Real Estate Institute of NZ, discusses Parliament's decision to ban tenants being charged letting fees when moving into a new property.

Labour Party conference

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Jenna Lynch, Newshub political reporter, explains the topics coming from the labour party conference held this saturday at the Dunedin Town Hall.

Economy update

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Economist Shamubeel Eaqub discusses the first year of the Labour-led Government, New Zealand's economy and criticism recieved on completed Kiwibuild houses.

Political Panel

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Mike Williams, former president of the Labour Party president, and Don Brash, former leader of National & ACT, talk President Donald Trump, National's Jami-Lee Ross saga and Labour's residency decision on Czeck drug smuggler Karel Sroubek.

Trump's eight state campaign swing

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Ted Zorn, Massey University professor of communication, discusses the eleven political rallies in a last minute effort to boost Republican chances at this Tuesday's national congressional election in the United States.

Auckland Museum celebrates 100th anniversary of Armistice Day

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Next Sunday, November 11th, sees the 100th Anniversary of Armistice Day. To tell us about the challenges the museum faced to commemorate the day, Jo Brookbanks, Audience Development and Engagement Specialist, joined Trudi Nelson.

'The fascinating history of Toys and Games around the world' - Warwick Henderson

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Author Warwick Henderson delves into his new book on toys and games throughout history. He shares why he compiled this book and what his favourite childhood toys were. 

Auckland Airport records sky-high profit

Auckland Airport's profit has reached sky-high records - but at whose expense? Tim Hazlesdine, professor of economics at Auckland Business School, explains why the company wasn't prepared for such growth and expansion.

Music Review: Summer tracks

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Resident music reviewer Paula Yeoman shares her top picks for summer tunes, by focussing on New Zealand artists. 

Listen to the full interviews above.

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