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New Zealand Parliament - live streaming audio from Parliament (during sitting times) and listen-again audio from Question Time. Go to the footer of this page to find the link and frequencies to listen live. When Parliament is not sitting, this frequency carries the Southern Star programme from the Radio Rhema Broadcast Group. To discover when Parliament is and is not sitting, visit the Parliamentary website (www.parliament.nz/en/watch-parliament/).
 
After 33 years behind the Newstalk ZB microphone, Leighton can’t give it up completely. There were so many requests to continue his opinionated commentary that the prospect of podcasting was born. So, without restriction, Leighton will continue to serve up on everything you want to hear about and some things you don’t. Stand by to be enlightened, educated and enraged!
 
1/200 is a podcast created by kyle church, philip nannestad and branko marchetich We talk about NZ and international politics from a progressive left perspective. We also have a wide variety of contributors, in the form of guests, journalists and opinion writers at www.1of200.nz If you like what we do, and want to support more of it, you can help us out at www.patreon.com/1of200
 
At The Drive Thru (formerly known as The Egonomist); your premier source for rants, raves and arguments on topics from Politics to News to Social Trends, with a focus on New Zealand but with an eye to the world. Each week Dan and Dave will bring you new episodes. Sometimes deep and philosophical, sometimes filth and vitriol, we aim to be a voice of informed malcontent.
 
531pi has served our Pacific communities since 1993 with a blend of news, views, information and talk back - all combined with a music mix you'll hear nowhere else. During the day, our programmes cater to first and second generation Pacific migrants. After 6 pm, our nine community language programmes serve a different Pacific island each night.
 
From nine to noon every weekday, Kathryn Ryan talks to the people driving the news - in New Zealand and around the world. Delve beneath the headlines to find out the real story, listen to Nine to Noon's expert commentators and reviewers and catch up with the latest lifestyle trends on this award-winning programme.
 
Cities are becoming increasingly unliveable for most people. Costs are rising but incomes are not. Sky-high rents, evictions, homelessness, and substandard housing are common realities for urban dwellers across the planet. There is a global housing crisis. How did this basic human right get so lost? Who is pushing people out of their homes and cities, and what’s being done to pushback? On the heels of the release of the award-winning documentary, PUSH, filmmaker, Fredrik Gertten and Leilani ...
 
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Max Olson is the founder and CEO of SeaChange, a company that wants to build hydro-foil car and passenger ferries that would deliver zero-emission transit. Earlier this year the company successfully trialled a prototype, and plans are now underway to scale it up and take it across Cook Strait. Max joins Kathryn to talk about why he believes there's…
 
The Law Commission is publishing an issues paper about the review of surrogacy law, submissions on which are invited until 23rd September 2021. Proposals for an overhaul of New Zealand's surrogacy law would grant intended parents immediate rights and give surrogate mothers more financial support and protection, including from exploitation.…
 
The Commerce Commission has just released its draft report of its study into the grocery sector. The Commission has been looking at the main supermarket chains for more than a year, focusing on the price, quality and range available to customers, whether the major retailers have too much bargaining power and if they co-ordinate with each other to p…
 
West Papua's struggle to contain Covid-19 are being hampered by indigenous communities' mistrust in Indonesian authorities; A political tussle over land rights in Fiji is aggravating an already tense situation given the worsening Covid-19 outbreak; Ahead of the Dawn Raids apology we talk the people behind some of Aotearoa's earliest raids inspired …
 
Jodie Imam and Lance Hodges are the COO and general partner of Tractor Ventures, a group offering debt financing to Australian and New Zealand startups. Both startup legends in their own right, they tell Simon Pound why they wanted to be part of this new model and how it all works. Business is Boring is presented by The Spinoff in association with …
 
It's summertime in Sweden and Canada. The Filmmaker and the Advocate are taking a break, but the podcast isn't. For five weeks, Fredrik and Leilani bring their faithful fans and new listeners the PushBack Talks - Summer Series. These are curated podcasts from Season 2 - episodes you may have missed that are definitely worth a listen. We've pared th…
 
Just over 20 years ago at the end of the '90s, a generation of Pasifika dragged the memory of the Dawn Raids from under the rug. Pacific creativity broke out into a hive of popularity, declaring an end to "national amnesia" on the racist immigration policy. And now those behind some of Aotearoa's first art and entertainment inspired by the Dawn Rai…
 
Some Fiordland businesses are calling a new vision for Piopiotahi Milford Sound 'a game changer'. The Milford Opportunities masterplan suggests charging foreigners an access fee, banning cruise ships and a new park and ride scheme. Visitor numbers into Piopiotahi more than doubled in the six years to 2019, putting pressure on the iconic region. Rep…
 
The final phase of the mass vaccine rollout has begun with over 60s getting the call to be immunised against Covid-19. The rollout for Group 4 will be staggered by age group - with by text or email invitations sent to book a time slot. Just under 700,000 people are now fully vaccinated, which the Prime Minister says is a "good start". Aanei te kai …
 
Iwi and hapū are worried they are under resourced to meet growing demands from schools. With New Zealand history about to become compulsory in schools, as well as efforts to entrench te reo, tikanga and undo racism - iwi are being called upon more and more to help. They welcome the changes, but warn they may struggle to cope. Here's Māori news repo…
 
A Far North man has taken to using poison soaked tampons to kill feral dogs, which are roaming the area and devastating local farms and wildlife. Around 40 people turned up for a community meeting in Houhora today to find a solution to the wild dogs, which have killed more than 150 sheep and goats. Locals fear a child could be injured - or worse - …
 
Australia's rugby team the Wallabies will arrive in New Zealand on Friday on a charter flight. The details of the test series and what is being played where are yet to be ironed out, but with the Pumas and Springboks due here later in the year, it is complicated. Mark Robinson, chief executive of New Zealand Rugby, talks to Lisa Owen.…
 
The acting Covid-19 Response Minister has conceded it was a political decision to let the Australian men's rugby team come to New Zealand despite the trans-Tasman bubble pause. The Wallabies have been granted an economic exemption so they can play the All Blacks in Auckland in 10 days' time. The government has said a single rugby test is worth betw…
 
We hear now a witness statement from Billy Puka Tanu, from Day Seven of the Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry ‘Tulou - Our Pacific Voices: Tatala e Pulonga’ public hearing, at the Fale o Samoa in Mangere, Auckland. Billy spoke about the key factors which led to him being placed in care, followed by his experiences of extensive abuse and dif…
 
Now for our weekly wrap up of global politics with Dr Stephen Hoadley Associate Professor of Politics and International Relations at the University of Auckland’s Faculty of Arts. Update on Afghanistan. US and China relations deteriorating. Mali. Anniversary for one of N.Z.'s top trade partners yesterday. Pasifika update - Fiji & Samoa. See omnystud…
 
The FijiVillage reported on Monday that seven politicians who were taken in for questioning by officers from the Criminal Investigations Department & subsequently all had been released. Acting Police Commissioner Rusiate Tudravu says they were taken in for questioning in relation to their statements on the Bill to amend the iTaukei Land Trust Act. …
 
On this week's podcast: We talk with Ted Rule, diplomat, investment banker, sinologist and writer. With a forty-year career behind him, in Asia and specifically in China, it makes a for a very interesting discussion. We ask him who runs China and should we be afraid of the CCP. We touch on the great famine (1958-62) and ask whether Shenzhen might e…
 
Professor Allan Blackman joins Kathryn to look at how researchers have harnessed the brainwaves of a paralyzed man who was unable to speak and turned what he intended to say into sentences on a computer screen. He'll also look at the history of doping at the Olympics and touch on why gold, silver and bronze are chemically interesting. Allan Blackma…
 
Over 30 years ago Jenny Scott was farming in Southland when an independent livestock agent friend shared how much time it was taking to keep up with the book-keeping side of the businesses. GST had just been introduced, and Jenny had bought her first computer for the family farm - to keep up with their GST obligations. She set out to help that frie…
 
Erin French is the owner of the Lost Kitchen in her small hometown of Freedom, Maine, where the population hovers just above 700. The restaurant is located in a former 19th century grist mill has made Time magazine's list as one of the World's Greatest Places. Erin French absorbed her culinary skills working at her family's diner, she's never had a…
 
Australia correspondent Bernard Keane joins Kathryn to look at how Sydney's lockdown will have a noticeable economic effect, with the government under pressure to increase financial support. The lockdown protests at the weekend acted as an opportunity for every group - from conspiracy theorists, anti-vaxxers and the far right - to come out to compl…
 
With the government and the farming sector looking to reduce emissions, the race is on to find practical on the ground solutions to old problems. Methane production is a huge contributor to greenhouse gasses in New Zealand, making up 44.5 percent of our emissions in 2018 at the last measurement by Stats NZ. Over three quarters of the methane emitte…
 
A prominent New Zealand scientist is calling for security of vaccine supply through self sufficiency, saying it's not only viable, but vital. Director of the Vaccine Alliance Aotearoa NZ Professor Graham Le Gros, of the Malaghan Institute tells Kathryn Ryan he's currently in conversations with scientists in the UK, who've approached New Zealand to …
 
With the trans-tasman bubble popped for at least 2 months, Professor Des Gorman on whether it should reopen anytime soon. Then Australian Correspondent Emma Cropper crosses live from the thick of the surging outbreak in Sydney to bring us the latest. Gangs, guns and cops: With National calling for her resignation, embattled Police Minister Poto Wil…
 
The suffering continues in Fiji as Covid-19 cases soar amid its worsening health crisis; The French president Emmanuel Macron has used his visit to Tahiti's main hospital to appeal for more people to get vaccinated against Covid-19; The parents of an asylum seeker murdered in Australian offshore detention on Manus Island are sueing the Australian g…
 
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