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The Panel with Tayyaba Khan and Jeremy Rookes (Part 2)

12 May 2021

Panellists Jeremy Rookes and Tayyaba Khan discuss new firearms prohibition orders, capital gains, and the East Coast Museum of Technology. Audio

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Alan McElroy - Comedian, MC actor and writer, Crack Up Supreme Quiz Leader @Al_McElroy

Alexia Russell - Journalist and producer on The Detail   @AlexiaRussell3

Ali Jones - PR consultant, Papanui Innes community board member and insurance claimant advocate  @AliJones2

Ali Mau - Stuff journalist and broadcaster @Alisonmau

Allan Blackman - Professor of chemistry at AUT @Prof_Al_

Amanda Millar - journalist and documentarian

Amy Adams - former National Party Minister

Andrew Clay - comedian and writer

Andrew Hoggard - Federated Farmers National President @andrew_hoggard

Anton Matthews - Christchurch restaurateur who runs te reo Māori classes

Ben Thomas - PR specialist and former National Party parliamentary staffer @BenThomasNZ

Bernard Hickey - economic journalist and managing editor of Newsroom Pro @bernardchickey

Bill Ralston - broadcaster, former political journalist and co-founder of media training organisation Deadline Ltd

Caroline Daley - Associate Professor of History and Dean of Graduate Studies at Auckland University

Catherine Robertson - novelist, reviewer and Writer in Residence at Victoria University @CJRauthor

Chester Borrows - former National Party MP; currently Archdeacon of Waitotara @ChesterBorrows

Chris Clarke - former World Vision CEO, now executive director of Global Local

Chris Finlayson - former Attorney General and National Party Minister

Dr Chris Gallavin - Professor of Law and Deputy Pro Vice-Chancellor at Massey University's College of Humanities & Social Sciences. Poet and social commentator @ChrisGallavin

Chris Orr - Access and Awareness Advisor Blind and Low Vision NZ @BlindLowVision

Chris Wikaira - Director at Busby Ramshaw Grice specialist in Māori communication, media and political advice and analysis @chris_wikaira

Cindy Mitchener - Ex CEO of eVentures, former TV and Marketing executive now running her own specialist Executive Search Business @cindymitchener

Dr Claire Matthews - banking expert and director of academic programmes at Massey University

Claire Robinson - Professor of Communication Design at Massey University @Spinprofessor

Clare de Lore - columnist and former political reporter and chairman of the Press Gallery @ClaredeLore

Conor English - Chairman Agribusiness New Zealand and former CEO of Federated Farmers

Damian Christie - journalist and director of Aotearoa Science Agency @damianchristie

David Cormack - Managing Partner at The Draper Cormack Group, columnist for the NZ Herald and former comms manager for the Green Party @David_Cormack

David Farrar - pollster for the National Party, editor of Kiwblog. You can read his disclosure statement here @dpfdpf

David Slack - Columnist, speechwriter and author @DavidSlack

Dean Hall New Zealand video game designer and CEO of RocketWerkz  @rocket2guns

Duane Major - Pastor South West Baptist Church and Awaroa beach campaigner

Ed Amon - stand-up comedian and host of current affairs podcast Baboon Yodel @edamoned

Dr Ella Henry - AUT senior lecturer in Māori Media, Co-operative Education, Māori Business @henry_ella

Eli Matthewson Comedian and writer @EliMatthewson

Emma Espiner - social commentator and medical student @emmawehipeihana

Fatumata Bah - Commonwealth young leader and women and culture advocate

Fete Taito - former gang member, former prison inmate, recent BA graduate UoA (dbl major) Sociology/Māori @FeteTaito

Ganesh Nana - Economist and director at BERL @BERLEconomics

Garry Moore - Former Christchurch Mayor and South Island enthusiast

Gary McCormick - poet, radio presenter

Golnaz Bassam-Tabar - former journalist and founder of Authority PR @Malaaeka

Greg Brownless - Former Mayor of Tauranga and trustee of the Legacy Charitable Trust 

Guy Williams - comedian, columnist, television and radio host. @guywilliamsguy

Heather Roy - business consultant and former ACT Party MP @HeatherRoyNZ

Jacqueline Nairn - actor and director @JacquelineNairn

James Elliott - lawyer and writer @JamesElliott8

James Nokise - comedian and playwright @JamesNokise

Janet Wilson - journalist and co-founder of media training organisation Deadline Ltd @bespokemedia

Jenni Giblin - farmer and founder of Giblin Group @giblingroup

Jennie Moreton - financial advisor with Craigs Investment Partners in Christchurch

Jeremy Elwood - comedian, actor, presenter and writer @JeremyElwood

Jeremy Rookes - Christchurch City raised Central Hawkes Bay farmer

Jo McCarroll - editor of NZ Gardener magazine @NZGARDENER

Jock Anderson - former NBR editor and columnist @JockAnderson4

Joe Bennett - writer and humorist

Jordan Carter - Chief Executive of Internet NZ and former Labour party candidate for Parliament @jordantcarter

Julia Hartley Moore - private investigator and director of Arbeth & Co  @JuliaHartleyM

Julia Whaipooti - Justice Advocate, Member of the Safe and Effective Justice Advisory Group and Advisor to JustSpeak. @Jubes11

Kathryn Burnett - screenwriter, playwright and writing coach @KBurnettdotcom

Kevin Milne - journalist and former Fair Go presenter @kjmilnenz

Laila Harré - former minister and trade unionist @lailaharre

Laura O'Connell Rapira - director of campaigns at ActionStation @laura_oc_rapira

Lavina Good - Co Founder Re-Maker Space in Tauranga, and Sports Journalist

Leonie Freeman - CEO of the Property Council New Zealand @leoniefreeman_

Liam Hehir - Business lawyer @PronouncedHare

Lisa Scott - Author and columnist

Livia Esterhazy - business leader and CEO of WWF- New Zealand, @liviaesterhazy

Lizzie Marvelly - singer/songwriter, editor of Villainesse, columnist @LizzieMarvelly

Lynda Hallinan - Former editor of NZ Gardener magazine, author and gardening columnist @lyndahallinan

Mai Chen - managing partner of Chen Palmer, specialist public law firm @maichennz

Mauricio Olmedo-Perez Journalist and broadcaster

Mark Knoff-Thomas - chief executive of Newmarket Business Association @markknoffthomas

Mark Sainsbury - broadcaster, former political editor, MC and writer @SAINSO

Martin Cocker - CEO of Netsafe @NetSafeMartin

Maryan Street - former Labour MP @MaryanStreetNZ

Matt Nippert - investigative journalist @MattNippert

Max Ritchie - former Executive Director of the Neurological Foundation

Michael Moynahan - Chair of Creative New Zealand, the Chair of the Beach Heads Advisory panel for NZ Trade and Enterprise and former CEO of Harper Collins

Michele A'Court - comedian, actor, presenter and writer @MicheleACourt

Michelle Langstone - actor and writer @mifflangstone

Mihingarangi Forbes - journalist for The Hui @Mihi_Forbes

Mike Rehu - Sports and Media Commentator @mikerehu

Mike Williams - former Labour Party president, company director and CEO of the Howard League for Penal Reform

Miriama Aoake - writer, student and critic

Morgan Godfery - political writer and author @MorganGodfery

Nadine Higgins - journalist and columnist @NewsNadine

Nalini Baruch - founder of Lot Eight and winner of Pacific Woman in Business 2016 @NaliniBaruch

Neil Miller - beer writer, analyst for the Taxpayers Union; former political speechwriter and former researcher for the National Party  @beerlytweeting

Nevil Gibson - Business correspondent

Nick Leggett - former Mayor of Porirua and CEO of Road Transport Forum @nickoleggett

Nicky Pellegrino - Novelist, freelance journalist and columnist @nickypellegrino

Niki Bezzant - Food and nutrition writer and speaker @nikibezzant

Pam Corkery - journalist, documentary maker and former MP

Pattrick Smellie - Co-owner of BusinessDesk @businessdesk_nz

Paula Bennett - former National Party Deputy Leader

Paula Penfold - investigative journalist at Stuff Circuit @paulapenfold

Pax Assadi - comedian @PaxAssadi

Penny Ashton - comedian, actor and marriage celebrant @pennypink

Peter Dunne - Former cabinet minister and former leader of United Future @honpeterdunne

Peter Elliott - actor and presenter

Peter Fa'afiu - Management consultant and governance director @TiumaluPeter

Peter Field - Head of the School of Humanities and Creative Arts, Associate Professor of American History at Canterbury University  

Peter McKenzie - co-founder of Active Citizenship Aotearoa @PeterTMcKenzie

Peter Vial - NZ country head at Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand

Phil Taylor - Lawyer, Corporate Partner at Tompkins Wake and deputy chair of the board of Sport Waikato

Rajorshi Chakraborti - Indian-born novelist, essayist and short story writer now residing in Wellington @rajorshiNZ

Raybon Kan - Comedian and author of “An Asian at my Table”  @RaybonKan

Rebekah White - Editor of NZ Geographic @RebekahWh

Richard Langston - journalist, currently with Country Calendar @richlangston2

Rodney Hide - former cabinet minister and former Act Party leader @rodneyhide

Russell Brown - journalist and owner of the Public Address @publicaddress

Ruth Money - victim advocate @RMoneynz

Ruwani Perera - journalist for the Hui @ruwanijourno

Sally Wenley - freelance journalist

Sam Johnson - Chief Executive of the Student Army Foundation and social entrepreneur  @SamJohnsonSVA

Sanjay Kumarasingham - chair of Committee for Auckland's Growth Leadership panel and environmental engineer

Scott Campbell - director of Campbell Squared public relations company in Tauranga and former political reporter for TV3 @SC_C2Comms

Selwyn Manning - founder of the Evening Report and Multimedia Investments Ltd @Selwyn_Manning

Shane Te Pou - Former Executive Member of The Labour Party; Director at Mega @PouTepou

Simon Pound - Ingrid Starnes co-founder and business podcaster and consultant @simon_pound

Simon Wilson - senior writer at the NZ Herald @simonbwilson

Simon Young -  A professional director and executive in several private and community-owned companies in the New Zealand electricity sector.

Stephen Franks - public and commercial lawyer with Franks Ogilvie. Former chairman and Partner of Chapman Tripp, former ACT Party MP @franks_lawyer

Stephen Jacobi  Executive DirectorNZ International Business Forum @StephenJacobi

Steve McCabe - a lecturer at MIT @stevedownunder

Sue Bradford - activist and former Green MP @suebr

Sue Kedgley - former Green Party MP, Board member for Consumer NZ and Capital, Coast District Health Board @suekedgley

Susan Hornsby-Geluk - lManaging Partner, Dundas Street Employment Lawyers

Tayyaba Khan - founder of the Khadija Leadership Network

Teuila Fuatai - freelance journalist and NZ Herald columnist

Thomas Pyror - Associate Director at corporate affairs firm Sherson Willis and former Ministerial staffer. @thomdpryor

Tim Watkin - founder of the political blog site, Pundit. Executive Producer of Podcasts & Series at RNZ @Tim_Watkin

Tracey Barnett - Journalist and commentator @TraceyBarnett

Verity Johnson - commentator and columnist

Victoria Stewart - CEO of tech law firm Kindrik Partners. @VicSStewart

Wendyl Nissen - broadcaster, journalist, author and Editor of Thrive Magazine

Ziena Jalil - Consulting Partner, Senate SHJ and diversity and inclusion advocate.