Rachel McDonald from Radio Adelaide catches us up on everything that's happening accross the ditch. She tells Kelly about the public reaction of the new 'Avengers' movie being released on a memorial holiday, and some of the changes to finance and policy for disability care in the upcoming budget.
For Wire Worry Week, Producer Laura speaks with David McBride, an associate professor at Otago University, who is conducting research into the management of mental and physical health of veterans. In light of the Government's recent announcement for a $1.1 million grant, we look into New Zealand's shortcomings around the care of our veterans.
Te Roopu Nahinara, The National Party MP Jami-Lee Ross chats to Kelly about the newly announced $28 billion Auckland Transport Alignment Project. He chats criticisms and improvements, and why he thinks Labour are taking the most expensive route.
Producer Will Parsonson speaks to Murray Sherwin, chief of the productivity commision, about the recent report on the future of climate based policy in New Zealand. The report details the steps the government and our community as a whole must take to tackle one of the biggest challenges our generation faces.
Tess Barnett talks to Rose Hope, owner of K roads's very own Bread and Butter Letter, a vintage clothing shop focused on socially positive consumerism. Rose chats to Tess about concious consumerism and how she sees the effects of consumerism.