News and Editorial Director Jessica Hopkins, and producer Troy Matich, bring you The Wire for Rāapa Wednesday.
Jessica speaks to Associate Professor of Māori and Pacific Studies Jemaima Tiatia and the Associate Dean Pacific of the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, Sir Collin Tukuitonga, about Carmel Sepuloni becoming Aotearoa’s first Pasifika deputy prime minister.
She talks to Tertiary Education Union Organiser Jill Jones about the union's legal action against redundancies at the Auckland University of Technology.
She also asks Academic GP Nikki Turner about Jacinda Ardern’s legacy on child poverty.
Troy interviews SAFE For Animals Head of Campaigns, Jess Chambers, about why battery-caged eggs were banned.