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
Horticulture New Zealand chief executive Mike Chapman on harsher penalties for food tampering.
Fewer workers died last year
WorkSafe chief executive Nicole Rosie on how last year 42 workers died, down from 50 in 2017.
Strike over conditions for resident doctors
Dr Deborah Powell, National Secretary, New Zealand Resident Doctors’ Association on today's strike.
The state of our rivers
Mike Joy, freshwater ecologist on the quality of our river water.
Tami Nielson on the Milk and Honey festival celebrating International Women's Day.
Listen to all of the full interviews above.