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The Saturday Mixtape with Sam: September 18, 2021

The Saturday Mixtape with Sam: September 18, 2021 The Saturday Mixtape with Sam: September 18, 2021 , 220.32 MB
Sat 18 Sep 2021

This week it is Te Wiki o te Reo Māori and to celebrate Sam brings you a special all-Māori artist show. 

Tracks played:

Troy Kingi - Te Wai Nō Rua Whetū

Adam Tukiri - Mohe

Eno x Dirty - Seki

Choicevaughan - Kentucky Gold (feat. Tom Scott)

Dam Native - The Horrified One (feat. Teremoana Rapley)

Coco Solid - Just One Kiss

SoccerPractise - Amene

Herbs - Jah Reggae

Fat Freddy's Drop - This Room

Dalvanius & The Fascinations - Voodoo Lady

K Saba & Hone Be Good - Ata Mārie

Mara TK - Te Kete Aronui

WhyFi - I Think Too Much (feat. Dalyan RD & JY Lee)

Shiraz & LSJ - Dwayne

Silas Futura - Breathe (feat. Fable)

The Mint Chicks - Welcome To Nowhere

Tipene - Tūrangawaewae (feat. Maisey Rika & Troy Kingi)

 

City Counselling w/ Pippa Coom: September 17, 2021

City Counselling w/ Pippa Coom: September 17, 2021 City Counselling w/ Pippa Coom: September 17, 2021, 20.93 MB
Fri 17 Sep 2021

Today, Pippa and Ilena talked about how Auckland Council will be helping local businesses move down through alert levels- in particular, how the Council can help the hospitality industry with licensing requirements so that they can do trading on the footpaths and allow more space between customers. 

They also talked about Vision Zero, an ethics-based transport safety approach that was developed in Sweden and is now being implemented in Auckland. The vision states that there will be no deaths or serious injuries on our roads by 2050. Ilena asked Pippa about how realistic this goal is, what concrete steps have already been taken to make our roads safer and what future plans are in place.

 

 

City Counselling w/ Pippa Coom: September 17, 2021

City Counselling w/ Pippa Coom: September 17, 2021 City Counselling w/ Pippa Coom: September 17, 2021, 20.93 MB
Fri 17 Sep 2021

Today, Pippa and Ilena talked about how Auckland Council will be helping local businesses move down through alert levels- in particular, how the Council can help the hospitality industry with licensing requirements so that they can do trading on the footpaths and allow more space between customers. 

They also talked about Vision Zero, an ethics-based transport safety approach that was developed in Sweden and is now being implemented in Auckland. The vision states that there will be no deaths or serious injuries on our roads by 2050. Ilena asked Pippa about how realistic this goal is, what concrete steps have already been taken to make our roads safer and what future plans are in place.

 

 

Birth injuries not yet covered by ACC w/ Jan Logie: September 17, 2021

Birth injuries not yet covered by ACC w/ Jan Logie: September 17, 2021 Birth injuries not yet covered by ACC w/ Jan Logie: September 17, 2021, 13.38 MB
Fri 17 Sep 2021

This morning, Ilena spoke to Green Party MP Jan Logie about their open letter to the Minister for ACC, Carmel Sepuloni, asking for birth injuries to be covered by ACC. Currently, injuries such as vaginal tears are not covered by ACC. Neither are injuries to the baby such as cerebral palsy through lack of oxygen. 

On a whole, women receive far less compensation from ACC annually than men - almost a billion dollars less per year. For wāhine Māori, the difference in compensation is even wider, as Māori women tend to have more injuries than Pākehā and are less likely to be referred for an ACC claim by a healthcare professional. 

Jan talked about the legal challenges of having birth injuries covered by ACC and the government’s response.

 

National's Place in the Polls w/ Christopher Luxon: September 17, 2021

National's Place in the Polls w/ Christopher Luxon: September 17, 2021 National's Place in the Polls w/ Christopher Luxon: September 17, 2021, 21.12 MB
Fri 17 Sep 2021

Noah Ferguson-Dudding caught up with National MP Christopher Luxon for their weekly chat. They discussed what Luxon would like to see the government to do around their recent Three Waters proposal. They also touched on a recent poll which has put National at 21.3%, and the controversy around Judith Collins' criticism of Siouxsie Wiles.

Universal Education Income w/ NZUSA: September 17, 2021

Universal Education Income w/ NZUSA: September 17, 2021 Universal Education Income w/ NZUSA: September 17, 2021, 13.48 MB
Fri 17 Sep 2021

The New Zealand Union of Student Associations has criticised the government for their support for students in the recent Covid-19 lockdown, and are calling for a temporary universal education income. Noah spoke to NZUSA president, Andrew Lessells, about what a universal income would look like, why he feels it is necessary, and how else the government can look after tertiary students.

The Friday Wire: September 17, 2021

The Friday Wire: September 17, 2021 The Friday Wire: September 17, 2021, 107.21 MB
Fri 17 Sep 2021

On today's Friday Wire:

Ilena speaks to Jan Logie from the Green Party about birth injuries and ACC, and Councillor Pippa Coom about Auckland's eventual move down Covid-19 alert levels.

Noah speaks to National MP Christopher Luxon about a new poll putting National at 21%, and NZUSA President Andrew Lessells about the government's support for students during lockdown.

And thanks to Jemima for presenting once again!

Breakfast Buffet w/ Radio One's Jamie Green: September 17, 2021

Breakfast Buffet w/ Radio One's Jamie Green: September 17, 2021 Breakfast Buffet w/ Radio One's Jamie Green: September 17, 2021, 21.1 MB
Fri 17 Sep 2021

Today on the Breakfast Buffet we say to our mate down at Ōtepoti's Radio One, Jamie Green! Whakarongo mai! 

Travelling Tunes w/ Dr. Kirsten Zemke: September 17, 2021

Travelling Tunes w/ Dr. Kirsten Zemke: September 17, 2021 Kirsten Zemke: September 17, 2021, 24.86 MB
Fri 17 Sep 2021

Today Kirsten chats to us about the Lap Steel Guitar. Whakarongo mai!