Weekend Life: In case you missed Sunday

Weekend Life 13/01/2019

In case you missed it, here's a look back at the best bits from Weekend Life with Trudi Nelson on Sunday 13th January, 2019.

Divorce in January

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As a parent, looking out for your kids is always your top priority. Research shows that divorce spikes in January - but why?

Lawyer Jeremy Sutton shares how to navigate relationship minefields when it comes to Father's rights for his children.

Reducing your footprint at home

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Skycity has recently measured their carbon foot-print and have implemented a new waste and recycling system.

Courtney Simpson is the Environmental Manager at Skycity, and she explains how the system has seen 500 tonnes of food waste diverted from landfill to be commercially composted in one year.

Weekend Life Panel

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Max Whitehead, Employment law specialst, Jessica Maloney, social media guru and Trevor Johnston, whisky reviewer discuss the US Government shut down, social media addiction, Eden Park and baby names.

Crappy to happy

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Wellness expert & magazine columnist for Good magazine and indulge magazine, Rachel Grunwell shares  the first step in changing our lives from crappy to happy?

Girl Boss

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Victoria Carter, first female president of the Northern Club shares her business ventures, her time in politics and her biggest challenge to date.

Hot 2019 Kiwi artists

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Resident music reviewer Paula Yeoman shares her favourite picks for 2019 rising music stars, including Bene, Amila, Harry Parson and Mia.

Good bitches baking

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Good Bitches Baking is a network of people who want to show kindness to those in their communities who are having a tough time.

Nic Murray Founder of Good Bitches Baking shares what sparked the idea and how long it has been going on. 

Listen to the full interviews above.

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