What’s on RNZ News at midday – Jan 23
The Government is being accused of sitting on its hands and leaving New Zealand vulnerable to the deadly coronavirus; and the Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says Labour will run an election campaign that’s positive, robust and free from misinformation.
1.Wuhan, a Chinese city of nearly nine million people, is to temporarily shut public transport amid a virus outbreak. Those living in the city have been advised not to leave, in a wee
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Atwood, Swarbrick and an expensive waste of time
Chlöe Swarbrick was more interested in herself at the Civic last night than engaging with her guest Margaret Atwood, writes Paula Morris.
Immigration landmine looms
Labour and New Zealand First are considering whether to abandon a 20-year-old practice of limiting total residency approvals at between 37,000 and 47,000 a year. Dileepa Fonseka reports this much-delayed and politically explosive decision is due before the election.