Later school start times could help teens in Aotearoa get more sleep and improve their health and wellbeing. In an opinion piece in the New Zealand Medical Journal, researchers point out that adolescents' natural sleep-wake biology shifts at puberty to favour later bedtimes, and start times of 9:45am or later would help address sleep issues in senior secondary students.
I spoke to Barbara Galland from the University of Otago about this research.
Following Jacinda Ardern's resignation as Prime Minister of Aotearoa, Joe speaks to Bodo Lang, Associate Professor of Marketing at the Faculty of Business and Economics at the University of Auckland about Ardern’s effect on New Zealand’s international brand and progressive reputation.
Daniel spoke with Neal Curtis, professor in media and screen studies at the University of Auckland about trolls, online hate, misogyny, the rise of extreme right ideologies and its impact on the Prime Minister.
Daniel spoke with Margaret Stanley, Professor of Ecology at the University of Auckland. She explains the impact humans have on the native birds of NZ and the gives some tips how to help the native birds. We need more messy gardens.
David brings us City Counselling with Shane Henderson, they speak about freedom camping laws.
Daniel looks at The rise of online hate, misogyny and its effects on Jacinda Ardern’s resignation as the Prime Minister. He also speaks with Margaret Stanley about the human impact on wild native bird species in New Zealand and how we can support them.
Joe looks also looks into Jacinda Ardern’s effect on New Zealand’s international brand and progressive reputation. He also speaks to Barbara Galland from the University of Otago about later school starts helping teens with sleeping problems.