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Te Pūtake o te Riri - Te Pūtake o te Maungārongo: Taranaki, October 30, 2019

Te Pūtake o te Riri - Te Pūtake o te Maungārongo: Taranaki, October 30, 2019 Te Pūtake o te Riri - Te Pūtake o te Maungārongo: Taranaki, October 30, 2019, 33.91 MB
Wed 30 Oct 2019

Lillian Hanly takes us through one of the commemoration days for Te Pūtake o te Riri ki Waitara, Taranaki 2019. Lillian hears from the Prime Minister following the pōwhiri, as well as from some of those who organised the event, Ruakere Hond and Wharehoka Wano, Kelvin Day, manager of Puke Ariki, others who attended for different reasons - Ngahuia Murphy and Jess Mio, and from Mahanga Pihama who directed the NZ Wars: Stories from Waitara documentary now on RNZ. She finishes by asking how we can all contribute to that mahi that needs to happen in recognising this history, being accountable for it, and taking it with us in the reconciliation process. 

 

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The Tuesday Wire: October 29, 2019

The Tuesday Wire: October 29, 2019 The Tuesday Wire: October 29, 2019, 103.18 MB
Tue 29 Oct 2019

You've found the full show podcast for The Tuesday Wire for the 29th October, 2019. 

Go ahead give it a listen! It contains lots of learning for all your learning needs. Come and listen and learn about the 1919 Women's Parliamentary Rights Act, the Circular Economy and Underwater Aquifiers. 

A big thank you to everyone who made the show happen. 

Going Round in Circles (In a Good Way) w/ Louise Nash; October 29, 2019

Going Round in Circles (In a Good Way) w/ Louise Nash; October 29, 2019 Going Round in Circles (In a Good Way) w/ Louise Nash; October 29, 2019 , 12.41 MB
Tue 29 Oct 2019

Auckland companies have been invited to take part in XLabs, a new programme to help businesses build a more economically and environmentally sustainable future for themselves and the region.

XLabs will be Auckland’s first circular economy lab, happening in February and March 2020 - a series of five one-day workshops and two events, that teaches businesses how to use circular economy principles to solve business challenges.

Hosted by ATEED and Circularity, Oscar Perress talked to Louise Nash, of Circularity, about the circular economy and the workshops. 

Finding a Place in Parliament(ary History) w / Toti's Margaret Evans; October 29, 2019

Finding a Place in Parliament(ary History) w / Toti's Margaret Evans; October 29, 2019 Finding a Place in Parliament(ary History) w / Toti's Margaret Evans; October 29, 2019, 26.37 MB
Tue 29 Oct 2019

Hamilton group TOTI are calling for an ‘almost invisible’ piece of national history to be publicly acknowledged this week.

Today is the centenary of the 1919 Women’s Parliamentary Rights Act which for the first time allowed women to stand for election to the House of Representatives - to become MPs.

 

Oscar Perress was lucky enough to speak to TOTI’s Margaret Evans, who also happened to be Hamilton’s first female mayor, from 1989-98, about the legislation and its place in our past, present and future. 


 

The Big Q: What does Canada's election result mean for Canada and the world? October 28, 2019

The Big Q: What does Canada's election result mean for Canada and the world? October 28, 2019 The Big Q: What does Canada's election result mean for Canada and the world? October 28, 2019, 35.09 MB
Mon 28 Oct 2019

Canadians have spoken with their ballots. What does Canada’s election result mean for climate change, for the future of the Arctic, for LGTBQ rights, ethics, and for Canada’s role in the world? Doug Becker speaks with Steven Lamy, Marc O'Reilly, and Lisa Burke. 

The Wire with Laura: 25th of October, 2019

The Wire with Laura: 25th of October, 2019 The Wire with Laura: 25th of October, 2019, 105.76 MB
Fri 25 Oct 2019

On this weeks Friday Wire!

The National Party’s, Denise Lee, joins Laura Kvigstad. They chat about the partnership visa that has been labeled as racist by the Indian community, then Denise tells us how the government has made a step in the right direction by giving an interium period for the farming industry to not pay for carbon emissions and finally they finish off by discussing the End of Life Choice Bill being voted to go to referendum.

After that, Producer. Bronnie Wilde speaks to Peter Lucas, CEO of Te Hiku media about their digital language platform, “Papa reo”. 

Next, Tuwhenuroa Natanahira gives us a report on the Law Societies recent submission on gun law reform. Tu touches on the concerns from the Law Society in regards to the seemingly broad convictions that could prohibit a person getting a gun license, the proposed punitive response to illegal gun possession, and how a toy gun could be penalised. 

Finally, Ben Goldson revists Turkey’s Operation Peace Spring where they are occupying Northern Syria. He fills us in on all the recent developments.

Peter Lucas on "Papa Reo": October 25, 2019

Peter Lucas on "Papa Reo": October 25, 2019 Peter Lucas on "Papa Reo": October 25, 2019, 15.09 MB
Fri 25 Oct 2019

Bronnie speaks to peter Lucas, CEO of Te Hiku media about their digital language platform, “Papa reo”

Neutral corner: 25th October, 2019

Neutral corner: 25th October, 2019 Neutral corner: 25th October, 2019, 14.19 MB
Fri 25 Oct 2019

Neutral corner for this week returns to Northern Syria for analysis of the media coverage of a meeting between Russia and Turkey to decide the future of the region amidst the withdrawal of American troops.

Justin's International Desk: October 24, 2019

Justin's International Desk: October 24, 2019 Justin's International Desk: October 24, 2019, 14.39 MB
Thu 24 Oct 2019

Justin talked about the enthronement of Japanese Emperor Naruhito on Tuesday, and what could his new reign mean for the world's oldest monarchy.

The Wire with Stewart: October 24, 2019

The Wire with Stewart: October 24, 2019 The Wire with Stewart: October 24, 2019, 107.21 MB
Thu 24 Oct 2019

Host Stewart Sowman-Lund and producer Justin talk through the big issues from New Zealand and around the world.

This week:

  • Act Party leader David Seymour talks to Stewart about last night’s vote on the End of Life Choice Bill, and what he makes of a referendum on the issue.
  • After that, Andrew Little is here for his regular catch-up. Today - the National Party backs down on supporting new anti-terrorism legislation. And who should buy TV3?
  • Then, Green Party Justice Spokesperson Golriz Ghahraman about why the Green Party is now supporting that same anti-terrorism legislation.
  • International Desk this week goes to Tokyo
  • And finally - Neighbourhood Watch is back for another week. Today, Australia media unifies for press freedom, and the treatment of race horses is in the spotlight.

All that plus Poll Position and some more viewer feedback! It's The Thursday Wire!