29 Oct 2018

The Panel with Matt Nippert and Amy Carter (Part 1)

From The Panel, 4:03 pm on 29 October 2018

The Duchess of Sussex aka Meghan Markle has been lauded and applauded for her delivery of a greeting in Maori in her speech at Government House in Wellington.Meanwhile her embarrassing family won't keep quiet. Her sister has contradicted the Duchess saying that she recived scholarships to attend university. A white supremacist has been charged with multiple counts of murder after shooting eleven people at a synagogue in the United States. Massey University professor Paul Spoonley is the author of Jewish Lives in New Zealand, A History. He discusses what keeps anti-Semitism going in the 21st century. Legal and ethical perspectives on law reforms around the begining and the end of life. The Law Commission has presented three proposed abortion law reform options. The country and its law makers are still to decide on what laws around euthanasia and assisted death would look like.