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HEALTHY OR HOAX : Flotation Pods
Description: On the surface, flotation pods sound a bit wacky: enclosed bath tubs with 30 centimetres of water and a lot of Epsom salts. The water and room temperature are set at about 36 degrees Celsius - the average body temperature. You climb in, lie back and shut yourself off from the world, hopefully slipping into a state of mental and physical relaxation. At least, that's the idea. Find out more at rnz.co.nz
  28 Jun 2017   1m46s 3 79 0
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Inside the marae at centre of Labour's intern scandal
Description: John Campbell takes a tour of Awataha Marae, which has been at the centre of a Labour party scandal. Its head Anthony Wilson tells Checkpoint they have been hurt by allegations of sub-standard accommodation.
  28 Jun 2017   18m59s 2 490 0
Part two: John Campbell talks to Labour interns at Awataha marae
Description: John Campbell takes a tour of Awataha Marae, which has been at the centre of a Labour party scandal. He spoke to several students, including one from Harvard.
  28 Jun 2017   8m19s 2 148 0
Icebergs most beautiful and vulnerable at the end of their lives
Description: Every once in a while, a truly magnificent iceberg appears in the ocean off Newfoundland. Twillingate's Ice Man Cecil Stockley tells John Campbell about the 'bergs and just how wonderful they are.
  28 Jun 2017   4m52s 2 144 0
How much food costs in NZ compared to Australia
Description: In New Zealand, a supermarket basket of 11 essentials including bread and milk costs 37 per cent more than it does in Australia.
  28 Jun 2017   38s 11 522 0
Evening Business for 27 June 2017
Description: News from the business sector, including a market report.
  28 Jun 2017   3m32s 2 32 0
Five year olds to learn computer programming basics
Description: Draft changes to the curriculum will see all primary school children learn computational thinking, and how to use digital technologies effectively, from 2020 onwards.
  28 Jun 2017   3m13s 2 73 0
Part one: John Campbell goes inside marae where Labour interns stay
Description: John Campbell takes a tour of Awataha Marae, which has been at the centre of a Labour party scandal. Its head Anthony Wilson tells Checkpoint they have been hurt by allegations of sub-standard accommodation.
  28 Jun 2017   11m59s 4 214 0
US Ambassador to NZ: Scott Brown
Description: US Ambassador to New Zealand, Scott Brown speaks to media about Donald Trump. His own plans while in New Zealand. In this video he answers a reporter's question about Mr Trump and his relationship with him.
  28 Jun 2017   2m20s 5 83 0
Translating music into sign language with Kelly Hodgins
Description: This week at Auckland's Civic Theatre, West Side Story will be translated into sign language, so deaf audience members can enjoy the show. Kelly Hodgins explains the intricacies of translating speech, song lyrics, rhythm and melody simultaneously.
  28 Jun 2017   15m 0 73 0
How to interpret different music genres using sign language
Description: Sign language interpreter Kelly Hodgins shows us how she interprets four very different songs.
  27 Jun 2017   1m30s 1 55 0
Lions take on Hurricanes: RNZ Checkpoint
Description: The Lions midweek players will have possibly their last game on tour tonight as they take on the Hurricanes in the capital. Our sports reporter Barry Guy is outside.
  27 Jun 2017   4m4s 1 568 0