On their weekly chat, Justin and Minister Responsible for SIS and GCSB Andrew Little discussed about the Royal Commission report into the Christchurch terror attack and its recommendations.
Ayana spoke to National's broadcasting and ethnic communities spokesperson on the report's recommendation to strengthen censoring racist content on film, video and media.
Justin talked to Auckland University's Chris Wilson on the report's effectiveness on preventing the spread of right-wing extremism.
Neighbourhood Watch reports on the federal government's failure to extend a cashless debit card scheme for welfare reciepients, protests against a NSW gas well project, and a failed attempt to block police and prison officers to participate in the Sydney Mardi Gras.
On their weekly chat, Justin talked to the Minister Responsible for SIS and GCSB Andrew Little about the Royal Commission report into the Christchurch terror attack, on the part of the security agencies and the Commission's recommendations. Minister Little is also in charge of coordinating the government's reponse to the report.
Felix takes a look at the Stats NZ "Housing in Aotearoa" report which was released on Tuesday. The report covers New Zealand's current housing market and compares to data from previous years, with pretty dire implications for renters.
This week on the Tuesday Wire, Jemima speaks to Māori Party co-leader Debbie Ngarewa-Packer about her party re-entering parliament and what goals she has this parliamentary term.
Noah speaks to Rachel Simpson from Business New Zealand about their recent survey which recorded the effect of the border closure on businesses.
Hanna talks to Tania Sawicki Mead from Just Speak about their opposition to Diane Hunt’s petition which seeks to amend the Sentencing Act and Parole Act to automatically decline parole for offenders who murder police officers.
Jemima has her fortnightly catch up with Minister for Women Jan Tinetti about the latest government action on issues facing women in Aotearoa.
Noah talks to John Duffy, the Chief Executive of Consumer New Zealand, about their annual round of testing on sunscreens sold in Aotearoa.
Finally, Jemima rounds out the show with a chat with Otago University researcher Francesca Goodman-Smith who has completed a study on the motivations behind food waste.
A recent survey from Business NZ has found many businesses to be struggling with border restrictions. Business owners find it difficult to bring in workers from overseas due to a confusing system with tight restrictions. Noah spoke to Manager for Education, Skills and Immigration at Business New Zealand, Rachel Simpson, who ran the survey.
Every year Consumer NZ tests whether different sunscreen brands live up to their packaging. The latest round of testing has just been released, revealing that five out of ten brands are making inaccurate claims. Noah spoke to CEO of Consumer NZ, Jon Duffy, about the new findings.
News and Editorial Director Jemima Huston caught up with Māori Party co-leader Debbie Ngarewa-Packer to hear about how the transition into parliament had been going for the party. The discuss the call to recognise Te Tiriti o Waitangi in the Parliamentary Oath, how grassroots cultural change within the House can be made and what goals Debbie has for this parliamentary term.