Weekend Life: In case you missed Sunday

Weekend Life 12/08/2018

In case you missed it, here's a look back at the best bits from Weekend Life with Trudi Nelson on Sunday 12th August.

Bereavement Leave

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Women who have a miscarriage at any stage in their pregnancy would be entitled to bereavement leave under a new Member's Bill drawn from the ballot.

Ginny Anderson, Labour MP joins Trudi Nelson to talk how and who is qualified.

Money Matters

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RBNZ expects to hold interest rates steady into 2020 and labour market looks to have peaked.

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

Political Panel: Sean Plunket & Robert Reid

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Judith Collin's fake news retweet, Don Brash and the free speech, Nurses pay deal and Marama Davidson reclaiming the C-Word.

Trudi Nelson is joined by Sean Plunket, broadcaster and Robert Reid president of the First Union to discuss the week's political news.

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

Nurses Pay Deal

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Nurses stike a pay deal with the government but will it deliver safer hospitals?

Hilary Graham-Smith from the NZ Nurses organisation joins Trudi Nelson to discuss how bad the staff levels got and why not everyone is happy with the results.

Open Banking

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“Open Banking” is a term New Zealanders will have to get used to hearing a whole lot more of.

Ben Lynch the Founder of Jude joins Trudi Nelson to talk about his Open Banking Start-Up that for many of us will change our lives and be music to our ears.

Microsoft 2018 World Champion 

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16 year old New Zealand student Tristan Mona is the new Microsoft PowerPoint world champion.

He joins Trudi Nelson to explain how many competitors he beat, what exactly he had to do and what he's looking forward to for the future.

Are you a good listener?

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Leadership coach Harold Hillman joins Trudi Nelson to advise six ways to listen, that will make you a better partner and co-worker.

Is it fair to say that most people are poor listeners?

Murdoch: The All Black who never returned

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Dr Ron Pelinski, Preeminent Historian and Authour joins Trudi Nelson to talk about new his book Murdoch: The All Black who never returned and the story surrounding it.

The book delves behind the infamous headlines to tell the story of the real Keith Murdoch.

Celine 101

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She played her first of three shows last night in Auckland, and Celine Dion is still as fresh as when she first started.

Paula Yeoman our music reviewer joins Trudi Nelson to talk all things Celine. 

Listen to the interviews above.

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