Justin spoke with Health, GCSB, and SIS Minister Andrew Little about the Budget's spending on health, the cyberattack against the Waikato DHB, and a review of the Intelligence and Security Act being brought forward.
International Desk reports on Belarus forcing a Ryanair flight to land in its capital, Minsk, to arrest journalist Roman Protasevich, which led to condemnation from international civil aviation organisations and European governments.
Barrister and Massey University adjunct lecturer Christopher Griggs talked to Justin Wong how Belarus could have broken international aviation laws and conventions.
What has led to the Tūpuna Maunga o Tāmaki Makaurau Authority closing off local mountains during Guy Fawkes day? Lyric Waiwiri-Smith talks to Paul Majurey from the Tūpuna Maunga o Tāmaki Makaurau Authority about their support to ban the public sale of fireworks, the behaviour on our local maunga leading up to Guy Fawkes day, and the costs to keep our maunga protected.
Today on the Wire, Lyric Waiwiri-Smith speaks to Paul Majurie from the Tūpuna Maunga Authority about the Warehouse banning the sale of fireworks in their stores. They discuss the effects of fireworks and Guy Fawkes Day on our local mountains.
Jemima Huston breaksdown some key parts of the 2021 Budget announced by the government last week. This piece will highlight some of the work of our newest news teamers who have been interviewing experts about the budget over the last few days.
Lyric talks to Emily Weiss from Protect Pūtiki about their petition to save Putiki Bay, in Kennedy Point, Waiheke Island, from the construction of a new marina.
Finally, we bring you the third episode of Tomorrow’s World with Isla Christensen and Stella Huggins. This week they talk trash - the future of waste management and recycling.