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Bags Not NZ

Cutting back on Plastic Bags Cutting back on Plastic Bags, 24.8 MB
Tue 10 Apr 2018

Plastic Bags are a problem that needs solving. Leonard Powell catches up with James Blackwood from Bags Not NZ to chat about the problem, and what their campaign is doing to help. 

New Zealand Nurses Organisation: Rallies and Support Over the Next Fortnight

New Zealand Nurses Organisation New Zealand Nurses Organisation, 10.07 MB
Tue 10 Apr 2018

Wire host Conor speaks with the NZNO about their rallies for public support, and their goal to send a message to the government that NZ wants a better supported health industry, 

Promising New Findings For Polycistic Ovary Syndrome Research

Associate Professor Rebecca Campbell of the University of Otago, and new developments for PCOS research. , 16.31 MB
Tue 10 Apr 2018

Wire host Conor speaks with Associate Professor Rebecca Campbell, of the Uiversity of Otago. Rebecca is at the forefront of very exciting findings related to Polycystic Ovary Research. Her team has found promising results in a pre-clinical setting, which could bolster research in new directions. Her team is now coordinated with Sweedish clinicians to further reseach in a clinical environment.  

The Wire with Conor : 10th April 2018

Tuesday Wire Tuesday Wire, 106.31 MB
Tue 10 Apr 2018

Conor speaks with Georgia Chevoux, Campaign Supervisor for the New Zealand Nurses Organisation about the Health workers rally’s taking place this week

Producer Conor Knell has an interview with opposition spokesperson for health Michael woodhouse about dhb deficits.

Today on the Green Desk, Producer Jack Marshall talks to the Great Barrier Reef Foundation Managing Director Anna Marsden about coral.

Leonard talks to James Blackwood from Bags Not NZ, about single use plastic bags, what they are doing to minimise their usage and how everyone can play their part.

Conor speaks with Associate Professor Rebecca Campbell from the University of Otago about pretty exciting findings into Polycistic Ovary Syndrome research.

Finally we discuss public transport, Leonard got out and about with his phone and got peoples' opinions on public transport in the city.

Hills On The Petrol Hike

Hills On The Petrol Hike Hills On The Petrol Hike, 17.76 MB
Mon 9 Apr 2018

Auckland Mayor Phill Goff’s proposed a 10c levy on every litre of petrol to pay for significant changes to transport has been backed by Labour. The first reading of the regional fuel tax bill happened in Parliament at the end of March, and it will now move to a select committee. Mary-Margaret talked to councillor Richard Hills about what this tax will do for our transport system, and where Mayor Goff’s goal for a fuel tax came from.

The Wire with Reuben: Monday 9th April

Monday Wire 09.04.18.mp3 mp3, 81 MB
Mon 9 Apr 2018

Reuben McLaren speaks to newly elected Green Party co-lear Marama Davidson about what her leadership will mean for the party, how the Greens will hold the government to account and what is to be made from Immigration New Zealand’s alleged racial profiling.

Lucy Austin finds out about New Zealand's prospects with Brexit on the horizon and what it could mean for trade and our economy. She has a chat to trade, finance and economic development minister David Parker.

It’s Wire Worry Week and we’re focussing on public transport. Mary-Margaret speaks to Auckland Councillor Richard Hills about the regional fuel tax and what it will do for the transport system.

Lastly, we have The Southern Cross with Jean Bell in studio where we’ll get a run down on the big stories from the Asia pacific Region.

Marama Davidson on holding the government to account & Immigration New Zealand’s alleged racial profiling

Greens DAVIDSON 09.04.18.mp3 mp3, 13.86 MB
Mon 9 Apr 2018

Reuben McLaren has a chat to the new Green Party co-leader Marama Davidson about what her leadership will mean for the party, how the Greens will hold the government to account and what is to be made from Immigration New Zealand’s alleged racial profiling.

How will BREXIT effect New Zealand Trade?

How will BREXIT effect New Zealand Trade? How will BREXIT effect New Zealand Trade?, 10.22 MB
Mon 9 Apr 2018

Before the Uk entered into the EEC the Uk was New Zealand's number one trade partner receiving up to 90% of exports. 

With Brexit nearing could we see this trade relationship reblossum and what will it mean for New Zealand?

I spoke to Trade Minister David Parker to find out where the negotiations are up to so far. 

Activity Schools see increase in Mental Health issues

Activity Schools see increase in Mental Health issues Activity Schools see increase in Mental Health issues, 9.29 MB
Fri 6 Apr 2018

Producer Will talks to director of Auckland secondary school center Sharon Fernee about the increasing issues being faced by Activity schools in regards to mental health issues. The schools act as a place where students who are seen to be at risk or have learning difficulties can go to get more support, but as Fernee says, the support being supplied is becoming hard to undertake.

Slam-Duncan: investigative journalism

Slam-Duncan: investigative journalism Slam-Duncan: investigative journalism, 14.26 MB
Fri 6 Apr 2018

Kelly chatted to Duncan Greive, founder and managing editor of The Spinoff, about the progression of his crowdfunding campaign to support longform investigative journalism in new Zealand. He tells us why this kind of journalism is of critical importance.