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This week on the Sunday Panel, NZ Herald senior writer Simon Wilson and Newstalk ZB Wellington Mornings host Nick Mills joined in on a discussion about the following issues of the day- and more!
After a busy week for David Seymour, the ACT Party are enjoying a significant bump in the polls, with a 5.6 percent gain in support. What does this mean for ACT? Is this a sign the Treaty Principles Bill is doing well with Kiwi voters?
The Greens have taken a hit in the new Taxpayers' Union-Curia poll as well, with James Shaw's resignation and Golriz Ghahraman's departure being blamed for the decline. How fair is this?
Businessman Aron D’Souza has founded a controversial 'Enhanced Games' plan whereby athletes could take performance-enhancing drugs and compete against each other without being tested by authorities. Is this safe? Would we watch it?
2024 is a leap year- and people have voiced concern over working for free for the extra day. Is this fair to worry about?
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