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New Zealand Government Funding to the UNRWA w/ National Chair of Palestine Solidarity Network Aotearoa, John Minto: 11th June, 2024.

New Zealand Government Funding to the UNRWA w/ National Chair of Palestine Solidarity Network Aotearoa, John Minto: 11th June, 2024. , 7.36 MB
Tue 11 Jun 2024

Last week, Foreign Minister Winston Peters announced that New Zealand would reinstate its annual payment of $1 million to the United Nations Reliefs and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees. 

This comes after the government stopped funding to the agency in January over accusations by Israel that the agency’s staff were involved in Hamas' attacks, of which reports later found Israel failed to provide evidence for.

The UNRWA is the United Nation's largest agency operating in Gaza and is the main humanitarian provider for Palestinians under Israeli bombardment.

Producer Sofia Roger Williams spoke to National Chair of Palestine Solidarity Network Aotearoa, John Minto, about the New Zealand government’s response to the humanitarian crisis in Gaza with regards to this reinstated funding. 

She started their interview asking him about the role of the UNRWA.

I/V/ w Aunty Rae: 11 June, 2024

I/V/ w Aunty Rae: 11 June, 2024 I/V/ w Aunty Rae: 11 June, 2024, 13.52 MB
Tue 11 Jun 2024

 Aunty Rae is in the studio to chat about her new single Stop Calling Me which also has a new video.

Ready Steady Learn w/ Dr Karamia Müller: 11 June, 2024

Ready Steady Learn w/ Dr Karamia Müller: 11 June, 2024 Ready Steady Learn w/ Dr Karamia Müller: 11 June, 2024, 11.21 MB
Tue 11 Jun 2024

Ready Steady Learn is with Dr Karamia Müller who chats about her work with a team of Māori and Pacific researchers to address housing supply, quality and affordability. Whakarongo mai nei!

Isthmus’n That with Desley Simpson: 11 June, 2024

Isthmus’n That with Desley Simpson: 11 June, 2024 Isthmus’n That with Desley Simpson: 11 June, 2024, 8.56 MB
Tue 11 Jun 2024

Rachel speaks to the Deputy Mayor about train disruptions across the city and council funding for initiatives to prevent youth crime. 

The One To Four with Gin: June 11, 2024

The One To Four with Gin: June 11, 2024 The One To Four with Gin: June 11, 2024, 252.51 MB
Tue 11 Jun 2024

Stinky Grooves: Tuesday June 11, 2024

Stinky Grooves: Tuesday June 11, 2024 Stinky Grooves: Tuesday June 11, 2024, 247.37 MB
Tue 11 Jun 2024

Fierce flames and smouldering embers

Universal Harmony: June 11, 2024

UNIVERSAL HARMONY, EPISODE 583 UNIVERSAL HARMONY, EPISODE 583, 221.97 MB
Tue 11 Jun 2024


It’s time for your weekly dose of wholesome, ear-tickling tunes. Conscious music that connects people regardless of genre.

Hosted by PHILLIEE, featuring the Sound of Sydney courtesy of our man Carlos Avilés.

~ Universal Harmony ~

Oozing a grateful ora, massaging the creative mind.

95bFM Breakfast w/ Rachel: Rātu June 11, 2024

95bFM Breakfast w/ Rachel: Rātu June 11, 2024 95bFM Breakfast w/ Rachel: Rātu June 11, 2024, 240.44 MB
Tue 11 Jun 2024

Second Guessing continues to heat up, and after a few calls Justin takes out the win! On Isthmus'n That with Desley Simpson, Rachel speaks to the Deputy Mayor about train disruptions across the city and council funding for initiatives to prevent youth crime. Aunty Rae is in the studio to chat about her new single Stop Calling Me which also has a new video. Ready Steady Learn is with Dr Karamia Müller who chats about her work with a team of Māori and Pacific researchers to address housing supply, quality and affordability. Whakarongo mai nei!

Dear Science w/ Professor Allan Blackman: 11th June, 2024.

Dear Science w/ Professor Allan Blackman: 11th June, 2024. , 37.69 MB
Tue 11 Jun 2024

For Dear Science this week our expert Professor Allan Blackman spoke to us about a genome in a tiny fern, a paper retracted about Alzheimers, and a study on success and failure

Including Youth Engagement in the Budget w/ UNICEF Aotearoa Policy and Advocacy Manager, Frances Cox-Wright: 11th June, 2024

Including Youth Engagement in the Budget w/ UNICEF Aotearoa Policy and Advocacy Manager, Frances Cox-Wright: 11th June, 2024 Including Youth Engagement in the Budget w/ UNICEF Aotearoa Policy and Advocacy Manager, Frances Cox-Wright: 11th June, 2024, 17.45 MB
Tue 11 Jun 2024

Following the Budget 2024 announcement two weeks ago, UNICEF Aotearoa has called for greater youth and family engagement in future budgets, highlighting the importance of youth voice and perspective in policy decision making. 

Producer Elle spoke to the UNICEF Aotearoa Policy and Advocacy Manager Frances Cox-Wright about policy suggestions to reduce child poverty and involve youth voice in climate action.