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Psychic Glands, 30th September 2021

Psychic Glands, 30th September 2021 Psychic Glands, 30th September 2021, 220.28 MB
Sat 30 Oct 2021

Labour's Andrew Little: October 21, 2021

Labour's Andrew Little: October 21, 2021 Labour's Andrew Little: October 21, 2021, 18.08 MB
Thu 21 Oct 2021

Justin spoke to Health Minister Andrew Little on low Māori vaccination rates at Taranaki and Tairāwhiti, dedicated MIQ spots for health workers, and his thoughts on National's reopening plan. 

The Wire with Justin: October 21, 2021

The Wire with Justin: October 21, 2021 The Wire with Justin: October 21, 2021, 93.44 MB
Thu 21 Oct 2021

On their weekly chat, Justin and Health Minister Andrew Little talked about low Māori vaccination rates at Taranaki and Tairāwhiti, dedicated MIQ spots for health workers, and his thoughts on National's reopening plan.

Justin also talked to Developmental Paediatrician Dr Jin Rusell and Michael Cabral-Tarry, the Tāmaki Makaurau regional chair of the Post Primary Teachers’ Association on schools reopening next week.

He also chatted with AUT's head of journalism Greg Treadwell on Newshub's proposal to make radio reporters reduntant.

Justin also spoke to AUT Construction Management Professor John Tookey on the recent policy that scraps limits on housing density.

Secondary teachers' union "angry and dismayed" at schools reopening: October 21, 2021

Secondary teachers' union "angry and dismayed" at schools reopening: October 21, 2021 Secondary teachers' union "angry and dismayed" at schools reopening: October 21, 2021, 18.7 MB
Thu 21 Oct 2021

Students at years 11-13 who live in alert level 3 areas will be able to return to classrooms next Tuesday after the Labour Day weekend.

Education and Covid-19 response minister Chris Hipkins said yesterday that all students will need to wear a mask and keep record of their whereabouts, while staff need to produce a negative test before they return.

NCEA and New Zealand scholarship exams would also continue nationwide but students who cannot attend the exams would receive an Unexpected Event Grade.

But the Post Primary Teachers’ Association said it is dismayed and angry at the decision. 

Its Tāmaki Makaurau regional chair Michael Cabral-Tarry spoke to Justin Wong.

 

Schools reopening could be good for mental health, says pediatrician: October 21,, 2021

Schools reopening could be good for mental health, says pediatrician: October 21,, 2021 Schools reopening could be good for mental health, says pediatrician: October 21,, 2021, 21.45 MB
Thu 21 Oct 2021

Students at years 11-13 who live in alert level 3 areas will be able to return to classrooms next Tuesday after the Labour Day weekend.

Education and Covid-19 response minister Chris Hipkins said yesterday that all students will need to wear a mask and keep record of their whereabouts, while staff need to produce a negative test before they return.

Dr Jin Russell is a Developmental pediatrician and said reopening schools for young people is good for their mental health, but schools need good ventilation to stop Covid-19 from spreading.

She spoke to Justin Wong.

 

Newshub slashing radio reporters: October 21, 2021

Newshub slashing radio reporters: October 21, 2021 Newshub slashing radio reporters: October 21, 2021, 13.63 MB
Thu 21 Oct 2021

Newshub is proposing to slash the radio reporter role after ending an arrangement with Mediaworks.

Currently Newshub’s parent company, Discovery, is supplying Mediaworks radio stations including Magic Talk with radio news, but this will end in December.

Mediaworks stations will also not be simulcasting Newshub’s The Am Show.

Instead, the company will be creating its own newsroom to produce radio news, and a new radio breakfast show.

Justin spoke to AUT’s Head of Journalism Greg Treadwell about the move.

 

Housing density policy: October 21, 2021

Housing density policy: October 21, 2021 Housing density policy: October 21, 2021, 9.74 MB
Thu 21 Oct 2021

Three-storied houses could be more common in Auckland under a new housing policy supported by both Labour and National.

The new policy, which was announced earlier this week, enables people to build up to three homes of three storeys on most sites without any need for resource consent, starting August twenty twenty three.

Analysis from consultants PWC told the government these changes would add between 48,200 and 105,500 new dwellings over the next five to eight years.

Professor John Tookey is a professor in construction management in AUT, and he said while the new policy is a significant step forward the devil is in the details.

 

 

I/V w/ Kody Nielson: October 21, 2021

I/V w/ Kody Nielson: October 21, 2021 I/V w/ Kody Nielson: October 21, 2021, 25.9 MB
Thu 21 Oct 2021

Live from Palm Springs, where is he busy recording the new Unknown Mortal Orchestra album, Kody Nielson spoke with Rachel this morning about his upcoming solo project 'Birthday Suite Vol. II'. Whakarongo mai nei to learn all about it! 

Political Commentary w/ Dr. Lara Greaves: October 21, 2021

Political Commentary w/ Dr. Lara Greaves: October 21, 2021 Lara Greaves: October 21, 2021, 23.4 MB
Thu 21 Oct 2021

Dr. Lara Greaves phones up to chat about vaccination rates for Māori, thoughts ahead of Friday's announcement, and how students are going in the lockdown. Whakarongo mai! 

Breakfast Food w/ Sam Low: October 21, 2021

Breakfast Food w/ Sam Low: October 21, 2021 Breakfast Food w/ Sam Low: October 21, 2021, 18.46 MB
Thu 21 Oct 2021

Sam phones up to teach us about the 2,200 year old history of Soy Sauce and how to make sense of the different types in the super market aisle! Whakarongo mai!