Part One of our lead interview with the Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Corin Dann on New Zealand's relationship with China.
This year marks 250 years since Captain James Cook first visited in New Zealand and the Government is spending millions of dollars to commemorate his arrival. But the anniversary has provoked a fierce debate over Cooks true legacy an intrepid explorer or a murderous invader? Whena Owen with this report.
Economy focus: Rodney Jones of Wigram Capital Advisors, will talk about the real change in the NZ-China relationship.
Negotiations are underway for a Free Trade Agreement with the EU but the lucrative deal could depend on whether our food producers stop using some well-known European names like Feta, Edam and Parmesan. EU Agriculture Commission Phil Hogan tells Corin Dann therere six wine and food products that could be a sticking point.
Professor Jennifer Curtin, John Tamihere and Liam Hehir chat with Corin Dann.
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