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When physicians work together, the patients reap the rewards. This podcast joins a dynamic mix of doctors with different specialties and interests, who come together to discuss challenging cases. Working through obstacles, examining different techniques of approach and debating alternative practices; the group ventures down many paths to get the right diagnosis and treatment for their patients. New findings, medical studies and interesting topics are discussed.
 
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We talk cooling inflation and producer price index with Diane Swonk of KPMG, then we examine how the Nasdaq appears to have regained some of its footing and returned to a bull market. Grocery prices are rising faster than the cost of eating at a restaurant. The BBC reports on Gambia’s efforts to address the issue of people without addresses.…
 
However, gas prices vary from one state to another … why is that? We try to explain. The BBC reports on basement apartments in South Korea in the wake of record rainfall and flooding. Art critic Blake Gopnik talks about a new exhibit that touches on industry and economics.저자 Marketplace / David Brancaccio and Victoria Craig
 
It's time now for our Friday feature on Morning Report in which we dissect, discuss and analyse the political stories of the week. They might be big issues, they might be small, nothing is off limits in the next ten minutes. Political editor Jane Patterson and Stuff political editor Luke Malpass spoke to Corin Dann.…
 
The Springboks have made changes ahead of their game against the All Blacks, most notably leaving hooker Malcolm Marx on the bench after he single-handedly outplayed the All Blacks forwards last week. Daily Maverick news website sports editor Craig Ray will be at the match on Sunday morning. He spoke to Corin Dann.…
 
All Blacks coach Ian Foster has made four changes to the starting side for this weekend's test against South Africa, in what could be a defining moment in his tenure. The most notable is Richie Mo'unga coming off the bench to start at five-five, replacing Beauden Barrett. After three straight losses, and five losses in six games, the pressure is on…
 
New Zealand has one of the highest rates of people who know how to ride a bike, but one of the lowest rates of people who actually cycle. Ipsos market research has some new data about New Zealanders' cycling habits and how we compare to the rest of the world. Managing director Carin Hercock spoke to Corin Dann.…
 
Almost seven years after the death of seven people in a West Coast helicopter crash, a coroner has called for stronger aviation rules to prevent a similar disaster happening again. Soon after takeoff from Chancellor Shelf on November the 21st, 2015, an Airbus Helicopter smashed into Fox Glacier killing British tourists Helen and Nigel Charlton, And…
 
Police are tight-lipped about an incident in the Auckland suburb of Clendon Park, where at least one body was removed from a house by police yesterday. Two hearses left the property on Moncrieff Avenue in Clendon Park late in the afternoon. RNZ understands two adults and two children live at the house but the police are refusing to provide any deta…
 
The Ukrainian ambassador to New Zealand, Vasyl Myroshnychenko, emerged from cross-party meetings with local political leaders yesterday optimistic about bilateral relations between the countries. At the meetings, Ukraine's envoy discussed relations with Australia and New Zealand, including military cooperation, trade, investment, culture and educat…
 
The Police Commissioner admits there is still work to do to improve bullying and harassment within the force. A new survey shows a third of police staff believe the organisation tolerates such behaviour and 40 percent had been personally affected in the last year. Andrew Coster told Morning Report they know where things need to improve but it will …
 
Sunday morning's test against South Africa shapes as career defining for All Blacks coach Ian Foster, who's job is on the line following five defeats from their last six games. Another loss would draw the ire of fans and New Zealand Rugby administrators and even a victory might not be enough to save his skin. Adding to the drama, the test is at the…
 
Middlemore Hospital says it is deeply sorry and has reviewed every patient seen by a man stood down for posing as a doctor. A criminal investigation's been launched after the man was able to work in a clinical role at the south Auckland hospital for six months. The alarm was raised about a man after his colleagues noticed his work was not up to scr…
 
A small police presence remains at Moncrief Ave in Clevedon Park where at least one body was discovered yesterday. The Auckland street is calm and quiet early this morning with a couple of police cars. RNZ spoke to one neighbour who says it is a safe street and he was shocked to come home from work and see the cordons. RNZ reporter Jonty Dine spoke…
 
A woman living near an Auckland house where at least one body was removed yesterday, says she heard unusual sounds, before the police arrived. Two hearses left the property on Moncrieff Avenue in Clendon Park late in the afternoon. RNZ understands two adults and two children live at the house but the police are refusing to provide any detailed info…
 
A Labour backbencher has gone rogue, launching an extraordinary broadside at his own party and Parliament, decrying rampant bullying. Gaurav Sharma has made the explosive claims after a long-running employment matter involving the Parliamentary Service and Labour's whip. Political editor Jane Patterson spoke to Guyon Espiner.…
 
A Labour backbencher has gone rogue, launching an extraordinary broadside at his own party and Parliament, decrying rampant bullying. Gaurav Sharma has made the explosive claims after a long-running employment matter involving the Parliamentary Service and Labour's whip. It follows allegations of bullying behaviour this week which saw the Tauranga …
 
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