This week on the show, Jessica Hopkins speaks to Sanat, a high school student and member of Make it 16 about lowering the voting age, and Breast Cancer Foundation New Zealand Chief Executive Ah-Leen Rayner about the impact of COVID-19 on breast cancer diagnoses.
Producer Louis Macalister talks to Manukau Ward Councillor Efeso Collins about the Super Saturday vaccination event, and the Restaurant Association’s Marisa Bidois about their proposal to the Government for more support for hospitality.
Christina Huang will also be continuing her regular segment with the Waitematā Local Board. This week she speaks to Chairperson Richard Northey.
Breast Cancer Foundation New Zealand has recently expressed concerns about the impact of COVID-19 lockdowns on breast cancer diagnoses.
Jessica Hopkins spoke to chief executive Ah-Leen Rayner, who says that there are at least 133 women who don’t know they have breast cancer right now because lockdowns prevented them from getting the mammogram that would have diagnosed them.