Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern defends Labours progress over the past two years, saying her Government is trying to rebuild New Zealand.
Economist Cameron Bagrie says its a good time for the Government to spend more on infrastructure but it must focus on quality not quantity.
5G is being rolled out across the country but there is still some opposition from people worried about the impact on health and the environment.
Defence lawyer Marie Dyhrberg QC says the Government's bill to protect sexual violence victims from traumatic court appearances could jeopardise a defendant's right to a fair trial.
National leader Simon Bridges says the controversy over NZ First political donations make it "less likely" National would go into coalition with the party.
Q+As political panel, Laura OConnell Rapira and Liam Hehir, discussed the current debate over electoral funding laws. Liam Hehir argued many donors want to give to political parties without being harassed.
Green Party co-leader Marama Davidson admits the Government has not been transformational as promised. She says politics is the reason benefits are not going up as much as she would like.
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