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10.20 Christchurch's mayor invites Auckland businesses to relocate

The economic fallout of the recent lockdown on Auckland has seen more than 4-thousand people lose their jobs. Auckland Council's chief economist, David Norman, says job losses averaged 200 a day and the second lockdown cost the city 40-million dollars a day. Karyn speaks with the mayor of Christchurch, Lianne Dalziel, about Auckland businesses benefiting from a move to Christchurch.

Signs paperwork - the day Jacinda Ardern, Grant Robertson and Megan Woods also visited site

Photo: RNZ / Nate McKinnon

10.30 Earthquake strengthening puts strain on Wellington apartment owners

Inner City Wellington's Geraldine Murphy speaks with Karyn about how their property values remain low despite pouring money into mandatory earthquake repairs to their apartments.

Hazel Kirkham, left, and Geraldine Murphy from the lobby group Inner City Wellington.

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10:45 Midweek Mediawatch: Facebook moves to ban QAnon and Holocaust denial

Time for our weekly eye on the media with Hayden Donnell who this week looks at Facebook's moves to ban the conspiracy theory QAnon and holocaust denial from its platform. Is it too late? Hayden also checks out Stuff's documentary on New Zealand's QAnon believer Billy Te Kahika.

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