Q + A - Monday April 29
This week on Q + A...
Trade Minister David Parker has returned from China’s Belt and Road forum to promote their ambitious global trade project. It’s been shunned by some countries, including Australia – so why does David Parker see it as an opportunity for us?
The CGT is dead but National says tax is still a live issue – Jack Tame talks to Finance spokesperson Amy Adams.
As the Pike River Mine Recovery team prepare to re-enter the mine this week, we talk to the lawyer representing some of the families, Nigel Hampton QC, about what he hopes they’ll find.
And Whena Owen meets the Vatican’s official astronomer as he takes in our southern skies.
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