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Today on The Panel Wallace and panellists pay tribute to Hamush Kilgour with Flying Nun Record's Roger Shepherd. Plus they discuss renters living in mouldy homes and Watercare's huge Central Interceptor Tunnel Boring Machine completing its undersea crossing of the Manukau Harbour.
 
It might not be everyone's cup of tea, but every winter Lynette Bailey and her husband Gregg Smith leave New Zealand and head to Queenland where they go 12 meters underground. The pair purchased a mining claim in 2013 and hunt for precious gemstones such as sapphires. Lynette joins the show to tell us about life down a mine shaft.…
 
When 10-year-old Ross Taylor laid eyes on a North American sarracenia, it was love at first sight. Fast forward to today, and Ross has a sprawling collection of sarracenia - aka pitcher plant - at his property in Geraldine, which also doubles as a carnivorous plant nursery. He joins the show to share the ins and outs of caring for these curious flo…
 
The High Court has been granted temporary guardianship of a sick baby at the centre of a dispute over donor blood meaning his surgery can go ahead. The baby's parents had wanted only blood from unvaccinated people to be used in their four month old's urgent heart surgery. Our health correspondent Rowan Quinn has the details. [embed] https://players…
 
Z Energy boss MIke Bennetts says they have a shipment of aviation fuel coming to NZ and arriving 12 December at the latest. Aviation fuel is being rationed after a bad batch of fuel couldn't be entirely used. Bennetts said they'll be back to full operations by 18 December latest, and no flight schedules are being affected.…
 
A group of volunteers on Auckland's Hibiscus Coast are banding together to protect endangered birds on their beach. Dotterels are under constant threat from dogs, hedgehogs, and the elements, but will they succumb? Not if the Big Manly Dotterel Minders can help it. Reporter Tom Taylor and camera operator Nick Monro have the story.…
 
If only they could they talk. Two valuable Lindauer paintings stolen in a violent heist five years ago have been returned out of the blue, by a mystery go-between. The works were painted in 1884 by Gottfried Lindauer and had a combined value of $1 million, when they were stolen in 2017 ram raid on a Parnell art gallery. The police say they were rec…
 
Far right activists were met by anti facist protesters when they appeared in court in Christchurch today. Counterspin Media founders Kelvyn Alp and Hannah Spierer are charged with sharing the full livestream of the Christchurch mosque attacks. Timothy Brown was in court.
 
The National Party is demanding Nanaia Mahuta be sacked as a Minister over her role in the Three Waters entrenchment saga. Labour performed an almighty backdown yesterday, voting out the controversial clause it previously supported. But its attempt to draw a line under the matter has been unsuccessful. Here's our deputy political editor Craig McCul…
 
The government has come to the rescue for Ruapheu Alpine Lifts, giving it another $6 million to make sure the chair lift can fire up next winter. The company appointed voluntary administrators earlier this year to help dig it out of a financial hole to the tune of $45 million. The government's already paid out $2 million to help the company avoid g…
 
A win for the entire Arab world - and a demoted superstar - the latest headlines out of the World Cup as the last two quarterfinalists were found in Qatar this morning. Morocco have produced a stunning upset of football heavyweights Spain to go through - while Portugal romped into the last eight, despite the drama surrounding veteran striker Cristi…
 
New Zealand's firefighters' union looks set to vote in favour of a settlement that would see their pay increase by up to $20 thousand. But firefighters say ratification of this agreement will just be the beginning of a long road to restore trust with their organisation, Fire and Emergency. Tom Taylor paid a visit to New Zealand's busiest fire stati…
 
Brent Thomas is the chief executive of House of Travel. He talks to Lisa Owen about possible disruptions for flights over the holiday period, as a bad batch of aviation fuel is forcing rationing. Checkpoint also requested an interview with Energy Minister Megan Woods and Air NZ - both declined.
 
The travel plans for thousands of holiday-makers could be up in the air due to a bad batch of imported jet fuel. Airlines have been told they will receive 75 percent of what they'd planned to use out of Auckland Airport. The supply chain hiccup has reignited criticism of the decision to close the Marsden Point Oil Refinery, which has left the count…
 
Alison Ballance brings us the conservation success story of the kākerōri, or Rarotongan flycatcher. Once reduced to just 29 birds, it was rescued from the brink of extinction by a rat control programme managed by the land-owners of the Takitimu Conservation Area - in the Cook Islands.
 
Police have recovered two Lindauer paintings stolen in a high-profile ram-raid in Auckland 5 years ago. They were painted in 1884 and had a combined value of around one million dollars in 2017. The police say they were contacted by someone, who wanted to return the paintings on behalf of others. Forensic testing is still underway and at this stage,…
 
A professor of international relations says Ukranian president Volodymyr Zelensky will regard his address to New Zealand's parliament next week as important. Mr Zelensky will speak directly to MPs via video link at 8 o'clock on Wednesday morning. He'll become just the second foreign leader to speak in the House - Australian Prime Minister Julia Gil…
 
Two far-right activists facing charges over sharing the livestream of the Christchurch mosque attacks appeared in the Christchurch District Court today. Kelvyn Alp and Hannah Spierer - presenters of Counterspin Media - are charged with sharing an objectionable publication, a so-called documentary which included the full livestream of the March 15 t…
 
Airlines may have to ration jet fuel until late December, following the import of a bad batch. The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment is warning Christmas travel plans could be disrupted by the ruined fuel supply. Z Energy told airlines last night a shipment of fuel had raised concerns during routine testing, and current supply needed …
 
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