Today on the Wire Caeden speaks to Andrew Little about vaping and responses to 111 distress calls, as well as an investigation into employers abusing migrant workers and National’s tax plan on Immigration including cost recovery.
They also speak to Massey University Lecturer Dr Zoë Port about her research into an age disadvantage in our workforce that negatively impacts young people.
News and Editorial Director Jessica Hopkins speaks to Auckland City Councillor for Manukau, Lotu Fuli, about Māori seats on the Auckland Council's governing body, the bill to lower the voting age to 16 for local elections, and the councils TWO BILLION dollar flood recovery buyout package.
And Joel spoke to Make it 16 Co-Director Thomas Brocherie about the first reading of the bill to lower the voting age to 16 for local elections.
Producer Beth speaks to Research Fellow at the University of Otago Public Health Department Marnie Prickett about the health of Aotearoa’s drinking water and political parties’ plans around protecting our drinking water sources.
And Olivia speak to Arts Access Aotearoa’s Executive Director Richard Benge about the importance of art for prisoners.