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Nicole Wedding from Radio Adelaide talks about the latest news from our friends and foes in Australia.

Neighbourhood Watch: YES campaign wins and deepening tensions between NZ and Australia

Neighbourhood Watch: YES campaign wins and deepening tensions between NZ and Australia Neighbourhood Watch: YES campaign wins and deepening tensions between NZ and Australia, 13.32 MB
Sat 16 Dec 2017

This week on Neighbourhood Watch with Nicole Wedding from Radio Adelaide: 

The YES campign has won the same sex marriage postal vote, and bills are now being brought into Parliament for discussions. Immigration Minister Peter Dutton is asking New Zealand to back off from the Manus Island crisis and spend the proposed humanitarian money elsewhere. And finally, new technology is being tested in Brisbane for a mobile parcel carrying robot. 

Neighbourhood Watch: Manus Island crisis and eccentric MP's

Neighbourhood Watch: Manus Island crisis and eccentric MP's Neighbourhood Watch: Manus Island crisis and eccentric MP's, 12.22 MB
Fri 24 Nov 2017

Today on Neighbourhood Watch with Nicole Wedding from Radio Adelaide we talk about the increasing humanitarian crisis on Manus Island, the eccentric MP Bob Katter and why the Australian Government is bypassing sitting week. 

Neighbourhood Watch: the UN's denouncement and Channel 10 loses a host

Neighbourhood Watch: the UN's denouncement and Channel 10 loses a host Neighbourhood Watch: the UN's denouncement and Channel 10 loses a host , 14.93 MB
Fri 20 Oct 2017

This week on Neighbourhood Watch with Nicole Wedding from Radio Adelaide: 

The UN Human Rights Committee has criticised Australia's past record. Breakfast show host Lisa Wilkinson has left the Today show for another channel under speculation of sexism from the station, and the Greens are saying drug dogs are ineffective and expensive. 

 

Neighbourhood Watch: pay for reducing electricity, robots marking tests and Tony Abbott

Neighbourhood Watch: pay for reducing electricity, robots marking tests and Tony Abbott Neighbourhood Watch: pay for reducing electricity, robots marking tests and Tony Abbott, 7.65 MB
Fri 13 Oct 2017

Today in Neighbourhood Watch with Radio Adelaide, Nicole Wedding chats about Tony Abbott's comments during a ThinkTank in London, "climate change is probably doing good." Nicole also discusses a U.S researchers comments on Australia's plan to implement robots as markers of NAPLAN tests, and the possibility of monetary reward for reducing electricity use. 

Neighbourhood Watch: 50 degree days and 30,000 returned guns

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Fri 6 Oct 2017

Today in Neighbourhood Watch with Nicole Wedding from Radio Adelaide we chat about a new Australian law that could see 10 year olds held without charge for up to two weeks if they are suspects of terrorism. We also discuss the potential for 50 degree days in our generation with internationally increasing climates, and 30,000 guns that were handed in during Australia's second firearm amnesty. 

Neighbourhood Watch: Nicole Wedding

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Fri 4 Aug 2017

Kelly Enright talked to Nicole Wedding from Radio Adelaide about the latest in Australian News: 

An Australian Academy of Science report has found the climate science workforce needs to grow by 77 employees over the next four years, as Australia has a critical shortage of climate scientists, leaving it at serious risk of not delivering essential climate and weather services to groups like farmers, coastal communities and international organisations.

 

A Landmark Survey by the Human Rights Commission has found that more than half of all Australian university students were sexually harassed on at least one occasion last year. And the report found women experienced harassment and assaults at disproportionately higher rates than men.

 

The latest NAPLAN results show students' performance has only improved marginally since tests that were introduced a decade ago. Federal Education Minister Simon Birmingham said, "The writing results are really a worry and I'll be talking to state and territory ministers about how we can turn that around." 

Neighbourhood Watch: Surprise citizenships, water thievery, and electric vehicle highways

Neighbourhood Watch: Surprise citizenships, water thievery, and electric vehicle highways Neighbourhood Watch: Surprise citizenships, water thievery, and electric vehicle highways, 11.2 MB
Fri 28 Jul 2017

This week on Neighbourhood Watch bFM reporter Amanda Jane Robinson catches up with Radio Adelaide's Nicole Wedding to talk all the latest in Australian news: a federal minister resigning from cabinet to clarify whether he has dual citizenship, allegations that people are stealing water from the Murray River, and Queensland is set to build one of the world's longest electric vehicle highways.

Neighbourhood Watch: A duel over MP's citizenship

Neighbourhood Watch: A duel over MP's citizenship Neighbourhood Watch: A duel over MP's citizenship, 13.02 MB
Fri 21 Jul 2017

Peter Dutton has been placed in charge of the new Home Affairs Department which is a collection of various security and itelligence agencies in Australia, two Green MP's have had to resign after discovering they are not allowed to be in parliament with dual citizenships, and an indigenous rock shelter has revealed that human life was in Australia 18000 years before previously thought.

Neighbourhood Watch: If you love a marsupial, let it go

Neighbourhood Watch: If you love a marsupial, let it go Neighbourhood Watch: If you love a marsupial, let it go, 11.49 MB
Fri 14 Jul 2017

New research has proven that exposing the endangered bettong to the wild is increasing its chances of survival and despite its extremely cute appearance, perhaps babying them is not the best way to preserve them.
Also, Australians are calling for a space program, claiming they are in the right position economically and globally to do so, and Tesla is about to build the world's biggest Lithium Ion battery in South Australia.