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Restoring Citizenship Removed By Citizenship (Western Samoa) Act 1982 Bill w/ Teanau Tuiono

Restoring Citizenship Removed By Citizenship (Western Samoa) Act 1982 Bill w/ Teanau Tuiono Restoring Citizenship Removed By Citizenship (Western Samoa) Act 1982 Bill w/ Teanau Tuiono, 13.11 MB
Fri 5 Aug 2022

Teanau Tuiono’s bill launched today would strike an anti-Pacific racist law from the country’s books.

The Restoring Citizenship Removed By Citizenship (Western Samoa) Act 1982 Bill would restore the right to citizenship for people from Western Samoa who were born between 1924 and 1949, as had been promised to them.

David spoke with Teanau Tuiono about the bill.

Greenwash lecture protests w/Adam Currie

Greenwash lecture protests w/Adam Currie Greenwash lecture protests w/Adam Currie, 14.76 MB
Fri 5 Aug 2022

Protesters disrupted a Z energy lecture yesterday, hosted by Auckland University. They accused the event, entitled “transition to a low-carbon future”, of greenwashing, and the university of giving a platform to one of New Zealand’s biggest carbon producers.

David spoke with protest organiser Adam Currie about what happened.

The Wire w/ Stella: 4 August

The Wire w/ Stella: 4 August The Wire w/ Stella: 4 August, 125.07 MB
Thu 4 Aug 2022

Welcome to the Thursday Wire! This week on the show…

Tuva’a has his weekly catch up with Andrew Little. Stella speaks to the head writer of Shortland Street, Jessica Joy Wood, about Shortland Street’s creative involvement with the campaign to recruit nurses.

Frances brings us Greendesk, speaking with Gabrielle Feather, a PhD student at the University of Tasmania about climate anxiety.

Stella speaks to Dr Nick Cradock-Henry from Manaaki Whenua about the government’s National Adaptation Plan. Stella speaks to Joe Rich, chief executive of the Burnett Foundation, about their call to the government for vulnerable populations to be vaccinated against monkeypox.

The National Adaptation Plan w/ Dr Nick Cradock-Henry

The National Adaptation Plan w/ Dr Nick Cradock-Henry The National Adaptation Plan w/ Dr Nick Cradock-Henry, 20.8 MB
Thu 4 Aug 2022

The government released our first National Adaptation Plan yesterday, which details how kiwis could respond to climate change. Stella spoke to Dr Nick Cradock-Henry, Lead Scientist of social and ecological resilience at manaaki Whenua, about the NAP.

 

Vaccinating Against Monkeypox in Aotearoa w/ Joe Rich

Vaccinating Against Monkeypox in Aotearoa w/ Joe Rich Vaccinating Against Monkeypox in Aotearoa w/ Joe Rich, 20.87 MB
Thu 4 Aug 2022

New Zealand sexual health service, The Burnett Foundation, and Dr Peter Saxton from the University of Auckland submitted a letter to the government yesterday, urging them to vaccinate vulnerable communities against monkeypox now. Stella spoke to Joe Rich, Chief Executive of the Burnett Foundation, about the content of the letter.

 

Border Opening w/ Anne-Marie Johnson: August 2, 2022

Border Opening w/ Anne-Marie Johnson: August 2, 2022 Border Opening w/ Anne-Marie Johnson: August 2, 2022, 19.13 MB
Tue 2 Aug 2022

The New Zealand border opened to all overseas visitors yesterday, after an extended closer due to the covid-19 pandemic.

Tourism industry experts have welcomed the re-opening of New Zealand’s border, but are not expecting an largue immediate influx of visitors.

Casper spoke to the Tourism Industry Aotearoa communications manager Anne-Marie Johnson about the border re-opening, what it means for the tourism industry and what challenges might arise from here

He first asked how much of an increase to visitors we are likely to see presently.

Te Reo Revitalisation w/ Rawinia Higgins

Te Reo Revitalisation w/ Rawinia Higgins Te Reo Revitalisation w/ Rawinia Higgins, 18.73 MB
Tue 2 Aug 2022

Yesterday marked 35 years since Te Reo Māori was made an official language in Aotearoa. 

Emily explored New Zealand's history of Te Reo oppression and revitalisation with Chief Maori Language Commissioner Professor Rawinia Higgins.

Dear Science w/ Allan Blackman: August 2, 2022

Dear Science w/ Allan Blackman: August 2, 2022 Dear Science w/ Allan Blackman: August 2, 2022, 35.03 MB
Tue 2 Aug 2022

This week on Dear Science Allan spoke to Casper and Emily about allegations of fabricated alzheimers research, the 'wet bulb' measurement of humidity, and chemical reactions that might have played into the origin of life.

The Wire w/ Casper: August 2, 2022

The Wire w/ Casper: August 2, 2022 The Wire w/ Casper: August 2, 2022, 105.59 MB
Tue 2 Aug 2022

This week on the Tuesday Wire Casper and Emily were joined in studio by Allan Blackman for Dear Science.

Emily had a chat with New Zealand Nurses Organisation President Anne Daniels about the government’s latest package to reduce health worker shortages.

Casper spoke to Ann-Marie Johnson from Tourism Industry Aotearoa about the borders fully re-opening to visitors yesterday.

And Emily discussed the importance of revitalising Te Reo Māori in Aotearoa with Chair of the Maori Language Commission Rawinia Higgins.

Govt Health Worker initiatives w/ Anne Daniels

Govt Health Worker initiatives w/ Anne Daniels Govt Health Worker initiatives w/ Anne Daniels, 14.64 MB
Tue 2 Aug 2022

Yesterday, Minister of Health Andrew Little proposed a suite of initiatives to help combat health worker shortages and ease pressure on the New Zealand health system.

Emily spoke with New Zealand Nurses Organisation President Anne Daniels about the measures and how they might impact health care workers.