Weekend Life: In case you missed Sunday

Weekend Life 22/07/2018

In case you missed it, here's a look back at the best bits from Weekend Life with Trudi Nelson on Sunday 22nd July.

Australian deportation

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Acting Prime Minister Winston Peters fired the first shot at Australia on tuesday over its detention of a Kiwi minor in an adult detention centre.

Dr Bryce Edwards, political commentator joins Trudi Nelson to discuss Peter Dutton and Winston Peter's comments.

Money Matters

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The pace of the economy is rising, with wages being 30 percent higher in Australia rather than New Zealand.

Shamubeel Eaqub, our resident economist joins Trudi Nelson for all your money matters.

Political Panel: Ben Thomas & Laila Harre

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Trudi Nelson is joined by Ben Thomas, PR Consultant and Laila Harre, former leader of the Internet Party to discuss the week's political news.

Trump makes headlines again, the Australian deportation laws compared to New Zealand, free speech and Simon Bridges.

With one from the left and one from the right, what will they agree on?

Politics 101

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Town & country, left and right - two young, fresh MP’s from opposite sides of the house.

Jenny Marcroft NZ First list MP and Hamish Walker National MP join Trudi Nelson to talk responsibilities, Trump and provincial New Zealand.

The Latte art championship

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New Zealand's highest ranked female barista shares her insights about coffee, the art of lattes and the New Zealand specialty coffee association.

Emma Markland Webster, New Zealand sales manager for AMC roastery supply, owner of Monster Trucks Coffee and director of events at the New Zealand specialty coffee association joins Trudi Nelson.

MPI tightens the dog-on-ute law

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They say a dog is a man's best friend and for many farmers, they're loyal workers too.

Miles Anderson, animal welfare spokesperson talks with Trudi Nelson about Under new animal welfare laws that see dogs riding in open decks or trailers must be tied up or in a cage when on public roads.

The best albums of 2018

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Superorganism, Courtney Barnett and The Weeknd... what do they all have in common?

Paula Yeoman our resident music reviewer joins Trudi Nelson to share her favourite albums of 2018.

Million babies charity concert at Eden Park

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A poll for the Eden Park Trust has found that an overwhelming 91 per cent of surveyed Aucklanders support the proposed "million babies" concert, despite objections by some high-profile local residents.

Sir Ray Avery joins Trudi Nelson for our "Tea for Two" segment, discussing the state of proceedings, Helen Clark's stance and what the money will go towards.

Listen to the interviews above.

Weekend Life with Trudi Nelson, 10am-2pm Sunday on RadioLIVE and streaming live to the rova app on Android and iPhone.