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Justin spoke to journalist Nicky Hager on the Brereton report, which alleges 19 Australian Special Air Service soldiers were involved in the unlawful killings of 39 people. They discussed what New Zealand could learn from the report's findings.
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Felix spoke to deputy leader of the Act party - Brooke Van Velden about the party’s feelings around the living wage and the three strikes law.
Karanama spoke to Tai Tupou, from the I AM HOPE foundation, about their new children's book ‘TR and Mack the Hopeful Black Dog’, and it’s attempt to change the way we look at and deal with bullying and mental health among our rangatahi
Felix spoke to AAAP Co-ordinator Brooke Stanley Pao about what Labour has and hasn’t done for people in poverty.
Felix also spoke to The Green Party’s Corrections and Human Rights Spokesperson Golriz Ghahraman about human rights abuses in NZ prisons.
Karanama spoke to Tai Tupou, from the I AM HOPE foundation, about their new childrens book titled 'TR and Mack the Hopeful Black Dog' aimed at changing the way we view bullying and mental health in schools
Ayana spoke to New Zealand Initiative Chief Economist Dr Eric Crampton, and National Spokesperson for Economic Development Honerable Todd McClay, on raising the minimum wage as was suggested in the Helen Clark Foundation report released this week.