3:50 PM.Producer Emma Hurley discusses the term 'Karen', which is widely used on social media.
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3:55 PM.Panellists Heather Roy and David Cormack share what they have been thinking about. Read more Audio
4:06 PM.Muller's resignation: What does it mean for National? Calls for changes to electoral donation laws. Audio
4:07 PM.Can you beat Wellington on a good day? Open letter calls for wealth tax; Blow to West Coast tourism sector; The pros and cons of credit cards; 'Tsunami' of frozen imported spuds now a reality -… Read more Audio
4:08 PM.The Panel discusses Todd Muller's shock resignation as National Party leader. Read more Audio
4:25 PM.There are calls for changes to electoral donation laws amid another political party being investigated by Serious Fraud Office. Read more Audio
4:31 PM.During a concert in Hollywood, Phil Everly smashed his guitar and stormed off stage. Don finished the set by himself and announced that The Everly Brothers had split. Read more Audio
4:34 PM.The Panel debates whether Wellington is still the "coolest little capital" in the world or instead a city in decline. Read more Audio
4:43 PM.Sir Stephen Tindall is one of 83 millionaires who have signed an open letter which is asking governments to raise taxes. Read more Audio
4:46 PM.There's been another blow to the tourism sector with the Scenic Hotels chain signalling it may resort to "mothballing" all of its hotels on the West Coast. Read more Audio
4:50 PM.The Panel discusses the pros and cons of credit cards after a Waiarapa family were denied entry to a Hawke's Bay hotel due to only having a debit card. Read more Audio
4:55 PM.A predicted "tsunami" of cheap frozen fries has come to pass. The Panel is joined by Chris Claridge from Potatoes New Zealand. Read more Audio