The Wire with Kelly: Friday 10th November
The Wire with Kelly: Friday 10th NovemberThe Wire with Kelly: Friday 10th November
Today on the Wire, we deliver you a packed full Friday show of news and political commentary:
First up, producer Conor caught up with Professor Jane Kelsey from the University of Auckland Law Department. Kelsey updated us on the recent developments in negotiations of the TPP, and discussed possible motivations for states to pursue or reject the deal. National Party MP Jami-Lee Ross chats about the discussions occurring around the TPP agreements in Manila, and Kelly challenges some of National's views on the matter. They then talk about cabinet committees and the first week of a Labour parliament. Producer Laura talks with Rail and Maritime Transport Union Spokesperson, John Kerr, about a petition to Auckland Transport on the cutting of staff on trains and buses. Today on Neighbourhood Watch with Nicole Wedding from Radio Adelaide: Australian Labor MP Sam Dastyari was ambushed in a pub and attacked with racist comments. The Victorian disability minister urgently intervened to remove a man with a profound intellectual disability from prison. And finally, further controversy around the legislation of same-sex marriage. Producer Laura then talks with the Sustainability Manager at Reclaim, Peter Ralph, about recycling week and the efforts to raise awareness around the importance of recycling.