5 Aug 2014

The Panel with Mai Chen and Nevin Gibson (Part 1)

From The Panel, 4:07 pm on 5 August 2014

Topics - The latest high profile farm sale into foreign ownership is again raising questions about whether the family silver is being flogged off. John Key is saying the Govt. would crack down if the pace of foreigners' farm-buying quickened. Act leader Jamie Whyte, in an interview on Maori Television's Native Affairs programme, had no idea what Whanau Ora is. "Sorry, I'm showing my ignorance, I don't know what that is," he said. Labour's announced it's youth employment policy - pledging $183 million to get all young people under 20 into work, training or education. It specifically provides for Maori and Pasifika youth. TVNZ has joined Sky TV in banning Slingshot's latest ads promoting the Slingshot's 'Global Mode service.'