Weekend Life: In case you missed Sunday

Weekend Life 28/10/2018

In case you missed it, here's a look back at the best bits from Weekend Life with Trudi Nelson on Sunday 28th October, 2018.

Money Matters

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Markets continue to be volatile, but what does this mean for those who cant afford to lose too much? Economist Shamubeel Eaqub discusses the importance of having retirement savings for later in life.

Political Panel: Ben Thomas & Irene Gardiner

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The teachers strike, the National party, fuel prices and Trump. PR consultant exceltium Ben Thomas & Irene Gardiner, TV producer join this week's Political Panel.

Politics 101

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Medicinal cannabis, youth MPs and politicians going rogue. Town and country, left and right - Chloe Swarbrick, Green Party List MP and Hamish Walker Southland MP, two young fresh MP’s from opposite sides of the house discuss this week's political news.

Make a Wish celebrates 32nd year

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Make a Wish charity is celebrating their 32nd anniversary. The foundation works with critically ill children, and allows them to make a unique wish that they will try their best to grant. CEO Pam Elgar explains what day to day life is like for her.

Life coach: Workplace storytelling

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Over the past decade, more and more businesses have started to teach their leaders how to tell stories. Harold Hillman our leadership coach, explains if you lead a team, step away from Powerpoint and learn how to tell a good story.

My body, my business

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Caren Wilton, author and oral historian discusses her book My Body, My Business, New Zealand Sex Workers in an era of change. She explains the mix of male, female and transgender stories as well as the sex workers backgrounds and why she wanted to tell their stories.

Music videos

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Resident music reviewer Paula Yeoman talks about the most expensive music video of all time, including the biggest one to come out of New Zealand. She discusses what she beileves the importance of music videos in 'this day and age' are.

Tea for Two: SheEO Theresa Gattung

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Former telecom CEO & founder of several successful businesses Theresa Gattung share hers new initiative SheEO.

She discovered SheEO while at a conference in the United States, and describes it as “an investment in women and the next generation.”

Listen to the full interviews above.

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