The Long Lunch: In case you missed Wednesday

Long Lunch 17/10/2018

If you missed the show, here are the best bits to listen back to from The Long Lunch, Wednesday October 17th, 2018.

Simon Bridges' unanswered questions

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Tova O'Brien, Newshub political editor, speaks on Jami-Lee Ross’ exit from the National Party, the leadership of Simon Bridges and his alleged wrongdoing regarding donations from Chinese businessman Yikun Zhang.

Former Reserve Bank economist calls for a stop to political donations

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Michael Reddell, former Reserve Bank of New Zealand economist and Special Adviser at The Treasury, discusses the corruption of New Zealand politics by Chinese money, and Yikun Zhang's role in the National party crisis this week.

‘Just a matter of saying hello’ - Stephanie Clare

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Stephanie Clare, chief executive of Age Care New Zealand, discusses the social isolation of the elderly after the bodies of two elderly men were found weeks after they had passed away.

Kiwis most likely to experience tech support scams - study

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A new study from Microsoft reveals New Zealanders are the most likely people in the world to have experienced a tech support scam. Martin Cocker, chief executive of Netsafe, shares tips on how to protect yourself against scammers.

'It's okay to be white' - Senator Pauline Hanson

Best-selling Australian author, columnist and radio host Richard Glover responds to Senator Pauline Hanson’s parliamentary motion: ‘It's OK to be white’.

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