Economy and Press Freedom

Josie joined the Panel on TVNZ's Q+A to discuss the government's economic management and a new book about media freedom.


Watch the program here.

Chiefs scandal and Wade-Brown steps down

Celia Wade-Brown won't seek re-election as Wellington mayor. Nick Mills and Josie Pagani joined Tim Fookes on the Friday Forum to analyse her decision and her legacy. They also look at the scandal at the Chiefs, David Bain's government payout, Wellington's population growth, a pedestrian-only Lambton Quay and the Hurricanes tilt at a first Super Rugby title.

Listen to the program here.

Middle class truancy, Lambton Quay mall and credit card fees

Josie joined Rachel Smalley on Newstalk ZB's The Huddle to discuss converting Wellington’s Lambton Quay into a pedestrian mall, ‘middle class truancy’ - taking holidays during school term times, and a call for an investigation into credit card fees.

Part 1 is here.
The Huddle 3 Aug 16 Pt 1

And Part 2 here.
The Huddle 3 Aug 16 Pt 2

US conventions and Clinton picks Kaine

In the US, the Republican National Convention was a 'conga-line of weirdos', while Hillary Clinton's choice of Vice President, Tim Kaine, ahead of the Democratic convention is a safe bet.

Josie joined Paul Henry on Radio Live and TV3 this morning to discuss.
Watch here.

Josie on Paul Henry 25 07 2016

Caravans, alcohol licensing and beards at school

Josie joined Nick Mills and Tim Fookes on the Friday Forum to look at caravans, police attitude towards alcohol, Wainuiomata and kids growing facial hair at school.

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