Summer Afternoons: In case you missed Tuesday

Afternoon Talk 15/01/2019

If you missed this afternoon with Leah Panapa, you can listen back to the best bits here from Tuesday January 15th, 2019.

Harsher penalties wanted for food tampering

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Horticulture New Zealand chief executive Mike Chapman on harsher penalties for food tampering.

Fewer workers died last year

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WorkSafe chief executive Nicole Rosie on how last year 42 workers died, down from 50 in 2017.

Strike over conditions for resident doctors

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Dr Deborah Powell, National Secretary, New Zealand Resident Doctors’ Association on today's strike.

The state of our rivers

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Mike Joy, freshwater ecologist on the quality of our river water.

Tami Nielson

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Tami Nielson on the Milk and Honey festival celebrating International Women's Day.

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