On today's wire...
The National Party’s, Agnes Loheni, joins Laura Kvigstad to discuss the terrorism suppression bill coming into law, governments' infrastructure spending potentially reviving former National Party road projects and National's Health Discussion Document, and why the National Party wants to ax DHB local elections.
Next, Producer Rachel Simpson conducts a report on Aung San Suu Kyi defending Myanmar at the International Court of Justice.
After that, Laura speaks with Denise Wilson about a recent report giving us insights into the systemic barriers of Maori Women accessing services around domestic violence.
Then, Justin Wong joins us for an international segment, where he gives us an update on the United Kingdom election.
And Finally, in another segment of neutral corner, Benjamin J Goldson looks at the media treatment of the New Zealand Bus lockout.