Finance Minister Grant Robertson told Q+A that New Zealanders expected the Government to invest in families and children in poverty before turning to infrastructure and other priorities.
The Q+A panel, Ben Thomas and Ella Henry, look ahead to 2020 – who will win the election?
The Q+A panel, Ben Thomas and Ella Henry, reflect on another eventful year in politics
Sir Richard Faull, founder of the Neurological Foundation Human Brain Bank, calls on sports people to donate their brains after death to help scientists study the link between sports concussion and brain disease.
National’s Finance and Infrastructure spokesperson Paul Goldsmith says he needs to see a better business case before committing to a plan to shift Auckland’s port.
Deputy police commissioner John Tims told Q+A that police don’t yet have a system to measure the impact of their armed police trial.
Professor Tom Wilson says he isn’t surprised rescue teams aren’t on White Island as there is a high risk of another eruption.
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