Deputy Leader of the Opposition, Dr. Shane Reti, is on the line and today he and Zoë speak on the alert level 4 COVID-19 lockdown, and the National Party's vote against the banning of conversion therapy in Aotearoa. Whakarongo mai!
Correction for last section of interview: 200 hours of community services was the harshest penalty awarded in the first 5 years of the anti-smacking law, not 2.
I tēnei ata the Deputy Leader of the Opposition is on the line having a chat to Rachel about his critiques of the District Health Board overhaul, what's happening in India regarding COVID-19, and the travel bubble with the Cook Islands. Whakarongo mai!
This morning the Deputy leader of the Opposition, Dr. Shane Reti, is on the line talking to Rachel on the trans-Tasman bubble, cancer drug administration, and the government's annoucement of funding to reduce homelessness. Whakarongo mai!
National Party Deputy Leader, Dr. Shane Reti, calls up the studio to speak to Rachel about the government's handling of the latest COVID-19 outbreak, last Friday's tsunami warnings, and the National Party's 2020 Election review. Whakarongo mai!
National Party Deputy Leader, Dr. Shane Reti, dials in to catch up with Rachel about some of the latest news around Aotearoa. Covering the anniversary of 10 years since the Christchurch Earthquake, some reflections on the most recent Covid situation and the vaccine roll out, and the latest Stats NZ Child Poverty Report.
National Party Deputy Leader, Dr. Shane Reti, dials in for his fortnightly catch up with Rachel after Waitangi on the weekend. Covering the Waitangi Festival, as well as, National contesting the Māori seats, and the latest comments around Conversion therapy.
National Party Deputy Leader, Dr. Shane Reti joins us over the phone to catch up about what's been happening in Aotearoa. Dr. Shane Reti talks to Rach about the new Covid case in Northland, Waitangi, and the Oranga Tamariki leadership changes.