The Panel with Bernard Hickey and John Barnett (Part 1)
Doug Sellman of the National Addiction Centre says more emphasis is needed on addressing the role alcohol plays in domestic violence. Doug Sellman of the National Addiction Centre says we need to provide better care for addicts who can't exorcise their demons. The chief economist of the BNZ Tony Alexander has more or less told first home buyers to forget trying to buy in Auckland. Stripper Chelsea talks about whether banning strippers at sports club events would make any difference in changing attitudes towards women. Do we really have a working democracy when the young, the poor and the uneducated don't vote?