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Neighbourhood Watch: April 8th, 2021

Neighbourhood Watch: April 8th, 2021 Neighbourhood Watch: April 8th, 2021, 20.2 MB
Thu 8 Apr 2021

Neighbourhood Watch could be live across the ditch soon with quarantine-free travel!

But still over the phone (for now), Justin and Zoe talked about Australia significantly failing to hit their COVID-19 vaccination targets and a legal battle over drilling in South Australia's Lake Torrens.

Neighbourhood Watch: April 1st, 2021

Neighbourhood Watch: April 1st, 2021 Neighbourhood Watch: April 1st, 2021, 19.33 MB
Thu 1 Apr 2021

Justin and Zoe talked about the latest federal Cabinet reshuffle, another sexual misconduct allegation by a Coalition male staffer, and changes to the Jobseeker benefit.

Neighbourhood Watch: March 18, 2021

Neighbourhood Watch: March 18, 2021 Neighbourhood Watch: March 18, 2021, 12.87 MB
Thu 18 Mar 2021

On Neighbourhood Watch Justin and Zoe chatted about March 4 Justices protests against gendered assualt all over Australia, and aboriginal advocates demanding action over deaths in custody.

Neighbourhood Watch: 11th March 2021

Neighbourhood Watch: 11th March 2021 Neighbourhood Watch: 11th March 2021, 20.04 MB
Thu 11 Mar 2021

This week on Neighbourhood Watch, Zoe Kounadis from Radio Adelaide talks about a new COVID case which is thought to have been spread through wastewater and an update on Australian Attorney General Christian Porter who is facing allegations of sexual assault.

Neighbourhood Watch: 25th February 2021

Neighbourhood Watch: 25th February 2021 Neighbourhood Watch: 25th February 2021, 23.2 MB
Thu 25 Feb 2021

Neighbourhood Watch reports on the federal government being criticized for barely increasing benefits after ending a Covid-19 supplement scheme, Facebook reversing its news ban, and further fallout from the rape allegations of former parliamentary staffer Brittany Higgins.

Warning: Parts of the interview disscusses sexual assault

Neighbourhood Watch: February 18th 2020

Neighbourhood Watch: February 18th 2020 Neighbourhood Watch: February 18th 2020, 17.35 MB
Thu 18 Feb 2021

Neighbourhood Watch reports on former ministerial staffer Brittany Higgins alleging she was raped by a colleague in the office of former Defence Minister Linda Reynolds, as well as Google agreeing to pay for news content with Nine and Ten.

Warning: The interview discusses details of sexual assault

Neighbourhood Watch: 10th December 2020

Neighbourhood Watch: 10th December 2020 Neighbourhood Watch: 10th December 2020, 17.66 MB
Thu 10 Dec 2020

Justin and Zoe talked about the federal government's failed attempt to extend a cashless debit card scheme for welfare recipients, protests against a gas well project on aboriginal land in western New South Wales, and a failed motion to exclude police and prison officers in Sydney's Mardi Gras.

Neighbourhood Watch: 26th November 2020

Neighbourhood Watch: 26th November 2020 Neighbourhood Watch: 26th November 2020, 16.98 MB
Thu 26 Nov 2020

Neighbourhood Watch reports on South Australia exiting lockdown early and an New South Wales enquiry on Uber Eats workers.

Neighbourhood Watch: November 19, 2020

Neighbourhood Watch: November 19, 2020 Neighbourhood Watch: November 19, 2020, 16.88 MB
Thu 19 Nov 2020

James and Zoe talk about how places such as Melbourne have seen an increase in freedoms as COVID is slowly removed, Adelaide has been faced with a number of new cases, sending South Australia into a strict lockdown for 6 days. 12 hours notice was given, which caused a considerable amount of panic.

Neighbourhood Watch: November 12th, 2020

Neighbourhood Watch: November 12th, 2020 Neighbourhood Watch: November 12th, 2020, 18.73 MB
Thu 12 Nov 2020

On Neighbourhood Watch this week, Justin and Zoe talked about the ABC's Four Corners report alleging federal Attorney General Christian Porter and Minister for Population, Cities and Urban Infrastructure, Alan Tudge, for inappropriate behaviour.

They also talked about gardening group Jim's Mowing founder and CEO Jim Penman's "vile, sexist and racist" letter to Victoria's first indigenous senator Lidia Thorpe over her opposition to the state government's decision to bulldoze a culturally-significant tree for a highway

They also talked about NAIDOC week that celebrates Australia's indigenous peoples.