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Pony Ping Pong w/ North Shore Pony Club: November 26, 2021

Pony Ping Pong w/ North Shore Pony Club: November 26, 2021 Pony Ping Pong w/ North Shore Pony Club: November 26, 2021, 223.69 MB
Sun 26 Dec 2021

New Zealand Government Commitment to International Effort to Ban Killer Robots w/ Phil Twyford: December 07, 2021

New Zealand Government Commitment to International Effort to Ban Killer Robots w Phil Twyford- December 07 2021.mp3 mp3, 21.74 MB
Tue 7 Dec 2021

In a recent announcement, the government has stated that New Zealand will be comitting to the international effort to ban autonomous weaponary also known as killer robots in warfare. As technology develops, the likelyhood of killer drones being used during war in the near future is high. New Zealand, along with other countires and international organisations are joining together to enforce an international law which regulates and bans the use of killer robots. Disarment and Arms Control minister Phil Twyford disusses with Emily Bell the threat killer robots pose to humanitarian ethics.

Free Fares Campaign w/ Tessa Guest: December 07, 2021

Free Fares Campaign w Tessa Guest- December 07 2021.mp3 mp3, 20.47 MB
Tue 7 Dec 2021

The Aotearoa Collective for Public Transport Equity is advocating for their campaign Free Fares which calls for all tertiary students, people under twenty-five and community services and card holders to have zero fees on all public transport in New Zealand. This would help students to manage and afford living and education costs as well as lessen the amount of fuel emissions in New Zealand which are contributing to climate change. Emily Bell spoke to Free Fares organiser and Massey Wellington Student President Tessa Guest about the Free Fares campaign.

The Wire with Jemima: December 07, 2021

The Wire with Jemima: December 07, 2021 The Wire with Jemima: December 07, 2021, 95.04 MB
Tue 7 Dec 2021

Today on the Tuesday Wire, Emily Bell interviews New Zealand Disarmament and Arms Control Minister Phil Twyford about the government's commitment to an international ban of killer robots in war. 

Jemima Huston speaks to Anna Madarasz-Smith from LAWA about an online tool called Can I Swim Here? that can help you decide where to swim safely this summer. 

Emily talks to campaign organiser Tessa Guest about the Free Fares initiative, which is calling for all students and people under twenty-five to have zero transport fares in New Zealand.

Jemima speaks to Stacey van der Putten from Auckland Transport about how lockdown has impacted public transport and how AT is working to keep people safe under the red setting 

That's the Spirit: December 6, 2021

That's the Spirit: December 6, 2021 That's the Spirit: December 6, 2021, 19.74 MB
Mon 6 Dec 2021

Peter Lineham chats about Hanukkah & Diwali.

The Rhythm Selection: 6th December, 2021

Rhythm Selection: December 6, 2021 Rhythm Selection: December 6, 2021, 218.19 MB
Mon 6 Dec 2021

Vintage Reggae 45s

Fashun w/ Penelope Noir: December 6, 2021

Fashun w/ Penelope Noir: December 6, 2021 Fashun w/ Penelope Noir: December 6, 2021 , 16.05 MB
Mon 6 Dec 2021

Penelope chats about the v cool fashion stuff in Dune. Whakarongo mai. 

Loose Reads w/ Jenna Todd: December 6, 2021

Loose Reads w/ Jenna Todd: December 6, 2021 Loose Reads w/ Jenna Todd: December 6, 2021, 15.36 MB
Mon 6 Dec 2021

Jenna's here with a mean escapist read for you - Matrix by Lauren Groff. Whakarongo mai. 

Red Dead Redemption w/ Justine Sachs: December 6, 2021

Red Dead Redemption w/ Justine Sachs: December 6, 2021 Red Dead Redemption w/ Justine Sachs: December 6, 2021, 23.83 MB
Mon 6 Dec 2021

Justine helps you fight the man in another round of Red Dead Redemption. Check out the Young Workers Resource Centre for some extra backup, or this if you want to join your union but don't know where to start. Whakarongo mai. 

The Wire with Louis: Dec 06, 2021.

The Wire with Louis: Dec 06, 2021 The Wire with Louis: Dec 06, 2021, 118.54 MB
Mon 6 Dec 2021

On the Monday wire this week...

Louis spoke to the Maori Children's Commissioner Glenda Philip Barbara and NZEI's Liam Alexander about child poverty in New Zealand. He also talked to the University of Auckland's Linda Tyler about the legacy and passing of artist Robert Ellis. 

Charlie was joined by ALRANZ Abortion Rights Aotearoa member Ella Sheperd to discuss Christopher Luxon’s pro-life stance. She also chatted with SPCA scientific officer Dr Alison Vaughan about responsible pet adoption.

Enjoy.