The Green Party co-leader phones up to kōrero about the local government election results, particularly Green Mayor Tory Whanau in Wellington, the Green Party's calls for pardon of cannabis convictions, and the farm level emissions scheme. Whakarongo mai nei!
Standing in for Marama Davidson who was attending a Dawn ceremony for Te Wiki O Te Reo Māori, the other Green Party co-leader James Shaw has a kōrero about his re-election as the co-leader, the death of Queen Elizabeth II, and the removal of the Covid-19 Traffic Light System and changes to the mask mandates. Whakarongo mai nei.
Green MP Teanau Tuiono fills in for the party co-leader Marama Davidson today. Rachel and Teanau talk about the results from the People’s Inquiry into Student Wellbeing, his call for an independent review of Fire and Emergency NZ, and the Green Party annual conference this weekend. Whakarongo mai.
The Green Party co-leader touches on the Australian Election, the Family Violence budget allocation, the Government's recently announced immigration policies, and the Make It 16 Campaign. Whakarongo mai.
The Green Party co-leader phones up for her monthly kōrero, touching on Green Party calls for rent controls, their stance on mitigating the effects of inflation, and a discussion on co-governance. Whakarongo mai.