The Panel for Tuesday 22 July 2014
Graham Bell and Dita de Boni
Labour's regional development policy, the end of Peter Salter's possum pies, the number of days we work a week and why it's at least two too many; the survivability of Malaysian Airlines now and other iffy routes being flown around the world. Are there some dogs that keep going once they taste blood – this in the wake of a bull terrier attack; and political bits and pieces if we have time. John Key not wanting to apologise to Tania Billingsley, Claudette Hauiti waving goodbye to Parliament.