Weekend Life: In case you missed Sunday

Weekend Life 01/07/2018

In case you missed it, here's a look back at the best bits from Weekend Life with Trudi Nelson for Sunday, July 1st, 2018.

Petrol Fuel Tax

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As of the first of July, Petrol prices in Auckland have officially risen 11.5 cents a litre.

National says low-income people rely more on their cars than wealthy people, but when will Aucklanders see tangible benefits from their pain at the pump?

Auckland Mayor Phil Goff, followed by National Leader Simon Bridges, spoke to Trudi Nelson.

Economy shows warning signs

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How the fuel tax will affect poorer households more than richer households, and the warning signs about our Economy.

Economist Shamubeel Eaqub joined Trudi Nelson to discuss the week's money matters.

The Political Panel with Haimona Gray and Haydon Donnell

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Trudi is joined by Media Commentator & PR Consultant Haimona Gray, and Writer for The Spinoff Haydon Donnell for this week’s panel.

The Families’ package has come into effect today, fuel has risen in Auckland and Nurses call off their strike. 

Trump vs Putin

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Following reports of a US Russian summit with Putin & Trump, Professor Robert Patman, expert in US Foreign Policy & International Relations, joins Trudi Nelson.

An out of the blue announcement, Professor Patman explains when and why the pair are expected to meet.

The benefits of having a strong mentor

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There is nothing like the wisdom from someone who has been there and back, so what are the benefits of choosing someone to help guide your career – even your life?

Leadership Coach & Authour Harold Hillman joins Trudi Nelson to give us the low down.

Changing Gears

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Author and International Book Awards finalist Sequoia Schmidt had the heart-breaking experience of losing her dad and brother in a mountaineering accident.

She joins Trudi Nelson to explain her new book Changing Gears, that shows her ups and downs on the New Zealand road.

One Love: New Zealand's love for Reggae

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One Love, one of the few Reggae festivals in the southern hemisphere went on sale last week, selling 10,000 tickets on the first day.

Our resident music reviewer Paula Yeoman joins Trudi with some of her favourite Reggae tracks this week.

Listen to all the interviews above.

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