In case you missed it, here's a look back at the best bits from Weekend Life with Trudi Nelson on Sunday 2nd September, 2018.
Ardern leadership under the spotlight
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has sidelined two Ministers in a week - should she have sacked them?
Dr Bryce Edwards political commentator and analyst of critical politics joins Trudi Nelson to discuss whether the honeymoon period is over for Ardern.
Corporate earnings on the NZX are looking positive, but consumers are less optimistic.
Shamubeel Eaqub, our resident economist joins Trudi Nelson for all your money matters.
Political Panel: Chris Trotter & Rodney Hide
Jacinda Ardern's leadership, Auckland housing crisis, business confidence and Chelsea Manning.
Trudi Nelson is joined by Chris Trotter, political commentator and Rodney Hide, former ACT Party Leader to discuss the week's political news.
With one from the left and one from the right, what will they agree on?
Chelsea Manning, road costs, suicide statistics in New Zealand and dairy farmers.
Town & country, left and right - two young, fresh MP’s from opposite sides of the house.
Chloe Swarbrick, Greens List MP and Matt King Northland MP talk with Trudi Nelson.
Dealing with accidents while traveling
Trudi talks with Tim Grafton, CEO of the Insurance Council of NZ after hearing the story of Abby Hartley who underwent emergency surgery in Bali and was induced in a coma.
Her travel insurance won't cover her bills so her family have started a givealittle page to cover the extensive bills.
He explains how by 'insuring’ we can continue to travel the world without the fear of landing ourselves in a similar position.
Fathers Day can be hard for the many of families with single parents, divorced parents or deceased parents.
At school kids are taught to create cards for their fathers, and many retailers have special Fathers Day offers.
So, what is it like for those who can't see their fathers today, or can't see their kids today? Jeremy Sutton, divorce lawyer talks with Trudi.
Whether you are joining a social club, a new job or a new team - how can you build personal credibility?
Harold Hillman our leadership coach joins Trudi to explain you have to back yourself first.
Video games is one of our fastest growing creative careers, with studios expecting to employ another 130 people in the coming year targets.
Anthony Hall, Manager of VR Junkies NZ joins Trudi to describe the attraction, how it works, and why it's so popular.
Silver Scroll nominations
The APRA Silver Scroll has announced its five nominees for 2018.
Paula Yeoman our music reviewer joins Trudi Nelson to let us know the top five are, and to share her views on the picks.
Listen to the interviews above.
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