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Best Zealand podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Zealand podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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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.
 
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After a temporary halt due to Covid-19, Australia will resume the deportation of New Zealanders this week - with a group of 30 arriving in to Auckland on a chartered flight. They will carry out their 14 days isolation in a dedicated "inner city hotel" - but the Health Minister isn't giving any further details about their location - citing their pri…
 
To celebrate the podcast's two year anniversary, Alex Stones & Mike Hayes are joined by our first ever guest on the show, Simon Singleton. During the episode we discuss:- recent tournament results including the New Plymouth Singles- Simon's experience at the World Cup of Pool and the influence of Matt Edwards- proposed changes by the WEPF to the 2 …
 
A new review of Crown Research institutes was released by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment. It represents a rethink of how the state funds scientific research, but what is a Crown Research Institute? To explain how we go about funding science in this country, Karyn is joined by Troy Baisden, the president of the New Zealand Assoc…
 
Tonight we begin a weekly cross every Monday night to the BBC's Rich Preston in London to talk about news from around the world. This evening Karyn and Rich will talk about the Arab world's first mission to Mars, Bastille Day and the impact of Covid-19 on celebrations, the continual easing of lock down restrictions in the UK, and the UN Security Co…
 
Fears have been raised at the news the mosque shooter will represent himself at his sentencing next month and use the platform to spread hate. In March of this year, the man responsible for last year's Christchurch mosque shootings pleaded guilty to 51 counts of murder, 40 counts of attempted murder, and engaging in a terrorist act. Karyn speaks wi…
 
Canterbury's Muslim community fears the Christchurch mosque gunman is positioning himself to deliver a hateful tirade at next month's sentencing. Brenton Tarrant appeared via video link in the High Court in Christchurch on Monday morning, where it was revealed he's fired his lawyers and will represent himself in court next month. Timothy Brown has …
 
The Labour Party appears to have blindsided by news of a Serious Fraud Office investigation into donations it received in 2017. Shortly before the five, the SFO announced it had launched an inquiry - but the details are few and far between. RNZ deputy political editor Craig McCulloch joins Lisa Owen with his analysis.…
 
West Auckland pet owners are being warned to watch out for signs of poisoning in their animals after a flock of stupefied mallard ducks apparently dropped out of the sky in the area. Fish and Game says the eight ducks had to be euthanised after they were discovered near death on a street in Glen Eden. And a post mortem showed they'd ingested wheat …
 
The family of a man shot dead in Taranaki two decades ago say they are looking for "justice" as they take a civil case against the police. In April 2000, Steven Wallace used a golf club to smash the windows of a police car which officers were sitting in. He was fatally shot by one officer - who has since been acquitted, but the Wallace family say h…
 
One in six retail businesses are struggling to negotiate rent relief, and want government-assisted arbitration to help them resolve their plight. The survey, done by Retail New Zealand, also shows some business owners are being threatened with having guarantees called in, and eviction. Meanwhile, the government is being accused of "playing politics…
 
Mass murderer Brenton Tarrant will speak for himself at his sentencing next month after firing his lawyers, raising concerns it may be difficult to control what he says in court. But a leading criminal barrister say there are tight legal constraints on what the mosque gunman can speak to at sentencing and also on his access to victim statements. In…
 
The Serious Fraud Office has launched an investigation in relation to donations made to the Labour Party in 2017. In a statement, the SFO said it was conducting four investigations in relation to electoral funding, and a fifth was now before the courts. Otago University law professor Andrew Geddis talks through the details with Lisa Owen.…
 
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