If you missed The Long Lunch today with Lynda Hallinan, you can listen back here to the interviews from Wednesday, November 29th 2018.
Pressure on Immigration Minister to resign
National justice spokesperson Mark Mitchell discusses why Iain Lees-Galloway needs to step down as Immigration Minister.
Departing National MP weighs in on Simon Bridges
Veteran National MP Chris Finlayson discusses his exit from Parliament and Jami-Lee Ross.
Large quantity of house numbers needed by 2019
Southland Housing Action Forum chair Shaun Drylie explains the demand for housing in the region that sees New Zealand’s southernmost province needing 2800 houses in 2019.
New Zealand’s first augmented reality fitness app
Gone from a successful bikini mode to athlete, Amy Lee Summers talks becoming a tech entrepreneur by launching her own and the world's first successful augmented reality fitness app.
Pets: Cat confinement, cats as predators
VetCare associate vet Shalsee Vigeant talks cat confinement and the discussion in NZ about cats and predation.
How noise affects the mind
Mindfulness expert and psychologist Tahnee Schulz discusses the everyday noises that drive us crazy and the mental and physical effects that noise pollution can have on our health.
Why those incriminating photos on Facebook could prevent a future job
Tania Howard, principal at recruitment company Talent Seed, explains why you should think twice about posting incriminating pictures of yourself while job hunting.
Ōtākaro Orchard- Christchurch's hub for local food
Project Coordinator of Otakoro Orchard, Peter Wells discusses the project of a community garden and cafe in Christchurch's inner city. Donations can be made at givealittle.co.nz/cause/takaro-orchard-a-hub-for-local-food.
Vaughn Davis talks all things social
Social Media- technology guru Vaughn Davis joins Lynda Hallinan to talk technology.
Listen to all of the full interviews above.
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