Listen to my Sunday morning panel with Mark Sainsbury and Janet Wilson. We talk about the rather odd risk categorisations of various industries in the health and safety legislation coming through the House.
Should Gerry Brownlee resign over parts of the Christchurch re-build falling short of standards? Are opposition parties overdoing the demands for resignations and inquiries?
We hear about the brilliant business model of Eat My Lunch, about which I can’t say enough good things (seriously, donate to them on Pledge Me).
Does New Zealand deserve its reputation as a corruption-free haven? The raising of the speed limit to 110km/h on the Waikato Expressway is probably a good idea. Mark checks in with us on the Ashley Madison hack. We have a good chat about the mooted raising of the age of adult criminal responsibility from 17 to 18 years of age, covering the usual calls for a more punitive system as opposed to attempts to rehabilitate.
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