National MP, Paul Goldsmith, dials in following last night's leaders debate. He chats to Rachel about the debate as well as the National Party's fiscal plan, tax cuts and National's proposed border strategy.
National MP Andrew Bayly dials in this morning, in lieu of National's Paul Goldsmith, to talk about the Healthy Homes Act, National's proposition to tackle methanphetamine in Aotearoa and the Labour Party's promise to make Matariki a public holiday.
National MP, Paul Goldsmith, dials in to catch up with Rachel about the latest in political news in Aotearoa. Covering National's thoughts on the latest changes to Alert Levels, border policy and moving forwards during Covid-19.
National MP, Paul Goldsmith, joins us on the 95bFM Breakfast Show for a fortnightly chat about what the National Party has been up. This week, we cover proposed border quarantine charges, managing in economy, and the latest political poll.
After some re-shuffling within the National Party, we've got our first chat with the Deputy Leader of the Opposition, Nikki Kaye. Rachel chats to Nikki about the new National Party, and the Government's announcement to reform the DHB's.
After a huge few weeks for the Opposition, National MP Nicola Willis, joins us on Breakfast to talk about what's been going on. Covering Armed Police in NZ, moving to Alert Level One and what we can expect from a new National Party.
A big morning for politics, National Party Deputy Leader, Paula Bennett chats to Rachel this morning about Newshub's polling, the Alert Level Two enforcement laws and the latest ahead of the cannibas referendum.
National Party Deputy Leader, Paula Bennett, joins us to talk about some of their concerns around staying in Alert Level Three, the Epidemic Response Committee and Māori involvement, and the latest political polls.
National MP, Nicola Willis, joins Rachel this morning to talk about the Oppositions response to the Prime Ministers announcement to move levels on Monday, eduation at home, and whether it's likely our upcoming election in September will go ahead.