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Tracey Martin on Green Party's allegations of racism

Tracey Martin on Green Party's allegations of racism Tracey Martin on Green Party's allegations of racism , 22.6 MB
Wed 12 Jul 2017

Today on the show, Adam chats to Tracey about accusations made by the Green Party that New Zealand First  purse racist immigration policy. They also touch upon a new initiative to replace synthetic carpeting with natural wool in government owned buildings.

 

Tracey Martin on Shane Jones’ candidacy and insulation policy

Tracey Martin on Shane Jones’ candidacy and insulation policy Tracey Martin on Shane Jones’ candidacy and insulation policy, 18.34 MB
Wed 5 Jul 2017

This week on the Wednesday show, Ximena chats to Tracey about the long-awaited announcement last week that Shane Jones would be joining New Zealand First and running for the Whangarei seat. They also talk about New Zealand First’s recent insulation policy announcement, which promises to install half a million homes with adequate insulation over the next ten years.

Tracey Martin on supporting the regions and tackling student debt

Tracey Martin on supporting the regions and tackling student debt Tracey Martin on supporting the regions and tackling student debt , 21.24 MB
Wed 28 Jun 2017

Ximena speaks to Tracey about some of the major topics New Zealand First raised during their regional election campaign launch in Palmerston North during the weekend. They focus on how New Zealand First wants to help kiwis in the regions benefit more from the wealth that they produce for the country, as well as how the party plans to get rid of student loans for graduates who promise to live and work in New Zealand after they finish their studies.  

Tracey Martin on anti-smacking bill referendum

Tracey Martin on anti-smacking bill referendum Tracey Martin on anti-smacking bill referendum, 9.77 MB
Wed 21 Jun 2017

Today on the show, Tracey talks to Ximena about New Zealand First’s call for a binding referendum on repealing the ‘anti-smacking’ law ten-years-on from its emergence.

Tracey Martin on Labour’s immigration policy and euthanasia bill

Tracey Martin on Labour’s immigration policy and euthanasia bill Tracey Martin on Labour’s immigration policy and euthanasia bill, 34.54 MB
Wed 14 Jun 2017

Today on the show, Ximena chats to Tracey about Labour’s immigration policy announced earlier this week, which unmistakably echoes New Zealand First’s approach to immigration in more ways than one. They also talk about David Seymour’s controversial euthanasia bill that was drawn from the ballot last week.

Tracey Martin on teen relationship education and London terror attack

Tracey Martin on teen relationship education and London terror attack Tracey Martin on teen relationship education and London terror attack, 19.1 MB
Wed 7 Jun 2017

For her second week on the Wednesday show, Tracey chats to Ximena about New Zealand First’s renewed call for all Year 10 students to have access to programmes that promote healthy and safe relationships at school, in light of new research showing alarming rates of sexual violence among teens. Ximena also grills Tracey about Winston Peters' response in Parliament yesterday to the London terror attacks, where he said Islamic communities “must clean house” and “start with their own families”.

Tracey Martin on Budget 2017

Tracey Martin on Budget 2017 Tracey Martin on Budget 2017, 16.28 MB
Wed 31 May 2017

NZ First's Tracey Martin joins us for her first chat of many to come on the Wednesday show. This week, Ximena kicks things off with Tracey by chatting about NZ First's view on the National government's budget announced last week. 

NZ First: April 22, 2020

NZ First: April 22, 2020 NZ First: April 22, 2020, 30.06 MB

Lillian spoke to Fletcher this morning about contact tracing, an injection of cash into the regions and the announcement from the SFO that their decision regarding NZ First’s political donations will be out before the election. She started by asking how he felt about moving to level 3 next week.

Fletcher stated the government would have had the necessary capacity for contact tracing as of the 23rd April - the originally stated day to come out of Level 4 before the government announced an extentions. I wrote to the Ministry of Health asking whether this was indeed the case and this was their response:

"The Ministry is confident that New Zealand can provide high quality contact tracing. The Public Health Units (PHUs) and National Close Contact Service (NCCS) have a baseline capacity in place as well as additional capacity they can call on to deal with the contact tracing needs that might be ahead of us.  This includes managing under a range of scenarios that could occur within the different alert levels and controls and includes a current ability to scale up to 10,000 calls a day. From our most recent information from public health units and the National Close Contact Service, for the period 13-17 April, 80% of close contacts were traced within 48 hours of the case being notified to the units."

New Zealand First's Tracey Martin on Oranga Tamariki Subsequent Children Provisions: August 12, 2020

New Zealand First's Tracey Martin on Oranga Tamariki Subsequent Children Provisions: August 12, 2020 New Zealand First's Tracey Martin on Oranga Tamariki Subsequent Children Provisions: August 12, 2020, 16.55 MB

This week Bronwyn spoke to Tracey Martin about the government’s agreement to repeal the section of the Oranga Tamariki Act that deals with subsequent children.