22 Mar 2018

The Panel with Heather Roy and Kerry Spackman (Part 2)

From The Panel, 4:05 pm on 22 March 2018

Axe throwing is going popularity and it's now in a trendy New York Brooklyn Bar. What's really going on with fads? What the Panelists Heather Roy and Kerry Spackman want to talk about. A primary school in Christchurch is banning rugby after a child got a severe concussion last year. The chair of the board of trustees of Waitakiri Primary Ben Naylor talks about the decision. Tauranga's mayor turned down an invitation to tonight's dinner where the guest of honour is Barack Obama. We talk to Greg Brownless about why he chose to keep his commitment to attend a citizenship ceremony in his city this afternoon. Beer writer Neil Miller talks about a new scientific experiment making something that tastes like hops from mint and basil and brewers yeast. Growing hops uses a lot of water so is this the future for a sustainable beer?