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Do you do and say things when drinking you regret the next day? Is alcohol a problem for you or someone you care about? Every Four Weeks, Tonto presents the AA Live, brought to you by Alcoholics Anonymous. Find out how people just like you found sobriety in AA. If you would like to get in contact with AA you can use the following methods: Phone – 0800 229 6757 Website – www.aa.org.nz Local Website – aaotago.org.nz Post – Box 6115, Dunedin North, Dunedin 9059
 
Hagar Ozri, is a plant food specialist - providing catering, coaching and cooking classes in Dunedin, Queenstown and Wanaka. She is a qualified chef with 20 years’ experience in the health food industry. In Sustainable Gastronomy, we explore how to eat in a way that is healthy for you and for the planet. Interviews, recipes, café reviews, food politics and more!
 
Guy Pigden and Harley Neville are New Zealand filmmakers collectively known as Pigville Productions. Their first feature film 'I Survived A Zombie Holocaust' is available on DVD and iTunes and their second feature film 'Older' is currently in post production. As YouTube partners their channel has reached over 11 million views and 20,000 subscribers, join these two maverick filmmakers as they discuss their adventures in the screen trade. Join the conversation and get in touch! Facebook: www.f ...
 
Not your usual nature chat, series two of the Wild Dunedin Podcast delves into sharky waters and wild forest orgies, tries to figure if your cat has played you, asks if ancient New Zealand got dunked or if the days of doing bombs into the local river are done with. And we definitely, absolutely, resolutely will not put in a sneaky episode about climate change (that you actually could enjoy). In an exciting collaboration with local Dunedin musician Molly Devine, all episodes this year will ha ...
 
Dunedin Focus COVID-19 airs on 105.4FM and 1575AM daily from noon to 1pm. As we Unite Against COVID-19, OAR FM Dunedin brings you updates from local health, welfare, social service and community organisations. The feature interviews on this page include conversations with community-based organisations and social service agencies, as well as some inspiring local people finding imaginative ways to stay positive at this challenging time.
 
Prospect Park Productions NZ is proud to present Dark Dunedin: Heaven Looks On, a three-part thriller podcast, with a Gothic Dunedin as its beating heart. As you accompany the protagonist on her journey, you’ll discover – or re-discover – nostalgic, historic, and supernatural features of and in the city; the whoosh of Lamson pipes at Penroses Department Store, twinkling stars in the St James theatre, and Kēhua, sprites, and demons dancing under the moonlight in the Town Belt.When a young wom ...
 
Angus Pauley interviews Dunedin based founders and experts in particular fields as they discuss the tools, tips, tricks and habits that have helped make them successful. Sometimes that means sharing their success stories, sometimes that means sharing their failures, but either way we have some interesting conversations for entrepreneurs. The Startup Dunedin Podcast airs every second Thursday at 9pm.
 
Honey bees have been around pretty much unchanged for a long time, some say about 30 million years, so maybe we can learn from them. They’re hard working, gentle and clever. On What’s the Buzz, you’ll learn how to get started with bees, find out how bees are doing, hear about the fascination of bees, the amazing waggle dance and much more. Brought to you by the Dunedin Beekeepers Club.
 
Rattling the Chains is a six-week pre-election radio, podcast and video series on OAR FM. Each week, aspiring mayoral candidates will be paired for a half-hour interview discussion live from the OAR FM studio in Dunedin Community House. They will be questioned on their ideas, their influences, their values, maybe even their favourite music. And most of all, why they want to be the Mayor and wear those chains of office.
 
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A Dunedin mother of three says she doesn't even expect to hear an apology from the neighbour who's smouldering fire pit destroyed her home and possessions. Fire investigators have now confirmed that embers from the day old fire pit did cause the Saturday afternoon blaze. The fire on Beaconsfield Road in Portobello threatened to spread to other prop…
 
A former Dunedin doctor found guilty of killing teenager Amber-Rose Rush continues to deny he was the murderer. Venod Skantha was sentenced to life imprisonment with a minimum non-parole period of 19 years in March. However he's taken a case to the Court of Appeal against his conviction and sentence. Jonathan Mitchell has been in court.…
 
Sermon given by Pastor Michael Spearl on 11/21/2020. To listen or download this sermon, click on the Media link at the top of the web page. We hope to be able to post the latest sermon by Sunday of each week, so please check back weekly. To subscribe to the podcast, so that you can receive automatic updates on your mobile device, please subscribe b…
 
With the border remaining closed to seasonal workers, cherry growers say they will could suffer huge losses during January's peak harvest time. In the run up to Christmas, orchards hope to entice local labour with beer, pizza and even higher wages. The growers fear that wont be enough to secure the several thousand people needed in the new year. Re…
 
Bombings in Bamiyan province in Afghanistan have killed more than a dozen people and injured many more. New Zealand had a provincial reconstruction team in Bamiyan for 10 years - from 2003-2013 - and the area was touted as a success story of peace-keeping. But the bombings are a sign of deterioration. Investigative journalist Jon Stephenson, who ha…
 
The head of Oranga Tamariki has failed to head off opposition after appearing at an urgent Waitangi Tribunal inquiry in Wellington. Grainne Moss conceded for the first time publicly that structural racism exists within her agency. But she insists that doesn't mean she should resign. The Tribunal is looking in to the agency taking a disproportionate…
 
The tributes are flooding in for the Argentinean football legend Diego Maradona who has died at the age of 60 after suffering a heart attack. Maradona had been recovering from brain surgery in Buenos Aires. Described as one of the greatest players of all time, Maradona was captain when Argentina won the 1986 World Cup and produced a series of subli…
 
A soldier based at the Linton Military Camp in Manawatu has been charged with espionage and a raft of other charges. A punishment of up to 14 years' imprisonment could be meted out to the soldier, who was arrested last December. He faces 17 charges in total, including three charges of accessing a computer for dishonest reasons. It is nearly 50 year…
 
The Reserve Bank is warning that the shocks from the Covid-19 pandemic have yet to be felt, because of financial support measures put in place. In its six monthly financial stability report, the Bank says the economy is in better shape than expected. However a sharp fall in house prices or a rise in unemployment are both possible threats to New Zea…
 
Air New Zealand staff have an anxious wait in managed isolation while scientists try to determine where the newest case of Covid-19 in New Zealand has come from. Results from genomic testing are due to be released later this morning. They're expected to show whether Air New Zealand crew member with Covid-19 caught the virus in Shanghai or here at h…
 
The Corrections Association is defending tactics used to handle aggressive and unruly prisoners. On Tuesday, RNZ revealed that two women from Auckland Women's Prison were kept in a segregation unit for four months, had their cells gassed, made to lie face down on the ground before they were fed and had to plead for basic hygiene products. The presi…
 
After nearly 20 months and multiple extensions the high-level investigation into the Christchurch terror attack will today hand over its findings. The Royal Commission was tasked with examining what exactly security agencies knew about the terrorist before the shootings and what it did with that information. It was also looking at what could be don…
 
Two senior Cabinet ministers are in a public scrap over the leadership at the beleaguered Oranga Tamariki. The dispute was triggered by Whanau Ora Minister Peeni Henare weighing in on the future of the agency's chief executive Grainne Moss, who reports to Children's Minister Kelvin Davis. The Māori Party has jumped in too, with co-leader Debbie Nga…
 
The Council of Licensed Firearm Owners wants the Royal Commission's report into the Christchurch Mosque attack to prove it's members didn't fail the country. The high-level investigation into what exactly security agencies knew about the terrorist before the shootings and what it did with that information will hand over its report to the governor g…
 
A Māori Party co-leader says she isn't surprised two of Labour's Māori Cabinet ministers are scrapping over the leadership of Oranga Tamariki. Children's Minister Kelvin Davis has scolded Whanau Ora Minister Peeni Henare for not staying in his own lane. Henare put Davis in a difficult position after suggesting to media the Oranga Tamariki chief exe…
 
Figures from Fiji indicate alarming levels of abuse and neglect of children in the country. Latest government figures reveal there were 870 cases of child abuse and neglect recorded between January and July this year. The alleged child abuse at a prominent school last week has brought the issue to the fore again and left many shocked and angry. Chr…
 
A Covid-19 contact tracing card trialled by iwi volunteers has earned the thumbs-up for being convenient and to easy use, especially for those who are not tech savvy, Te Arawa kaumātua Monty Morrison says. The Ministry of Health joined forces with the iwi for the week-long trial that involved more than 1,200 people from Ngongotaha, near Rotorua. Th…
 
The Māori Party is officially back in Parliament, and they have made their arrival well heard with a promise to try and change the oath of allegiance. A 'carkoi' of Māori Party loyals made their way down the country, arriving this morning passing on the mauri of the Māori Party campaign to the newly elected MP's Rawiri Waititi and Debbie Ngarewa-Pa…
 
A dead woman's fight to get ACC cover has continued to be debated in the Court of Appeal. Deanna Trevarthen died in 2016 from mesothelioma, a lung cancer caused by asbestos fibres. Before her death, she pushed to get ACC cover for financial assistance, but was rejected because she wasn't exposed to asbestos at work. Jonathan Mitchell has been in co…
 
Labour MP Trevor Mallard has been confirmed as the Speaker of the House, as MPs were officially sworn in today. The 53rd Parliament was formally opened by the Royal Commissioners this morning. Mr Mallard was nominated unchallenged - but MPs across the House had words of advice - and some requests for him. Here's political reporter Yvette McCullough…
 
Black Friday is looming, with consumers bombed with ads for bigger better bargains to buy now. But are you being gamed? It's an American tradition with enormous sales the day after Thanksgiving. But data from PriceSpy, a NZ price comparison website, suggests about nine percent of products actually went up in the week before Black Friday and dropped…
 
Oranga Tamariki's chief executive Grainne Moss is digging in, refusing to resign in the face of stiff criticism. Yet another scathing report into the agency was released this week - and the new Minister for Children Kelvin Davis has refused to express confidence in her leadership. The Waitangi Tribunal's own inquiry into Oranga Tamariki convened in…
 
The last two elephants in New Zealand are being moved overseas, after multiple attempts to expand the herd failed. Auckland Zoo's female Asian Elephants, Anjalee and Burma, will be transported by plane to join a new family herd at a yet to be determined location. Checkpoint reporter Nick Truebridge and cameraman Simon Rogers dropped into the Auckla…
 
The Reserve Bank says it stands ready to heed the government's call to help to cool the housing market, as all parties declare themselves committed to tackling the affordability crisis. Finance Minister Grant Robertson has written to the bank's governor, asking him to consider house price inflation when mulling over monetary policy. Today, Adrian O…
 
More than 100mm of rain has fallen on parts of Taranaki over the last 24 hours, causing slips, surface flooding and overwhelming sewerage systems. The emergency response team was mobilised in New Plymouth and public health warning signs put up at contaminated beaches, streams and rivers. RNZ Taranaki Whanganui reporter Robin Martin has more.…
 
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