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Don't risk not knowing what's going around New Zealand and the world - catch up with interviews from Early Edition, hosted by Kate Hawkesby.
 
Johnny Monaco is an entertainer, guitar player, singer, songwriter, producer, jester & sometimes necromancer from Chicago, IL. After graduating from Harper College Johnny moved to Hollywood, Ca. where he attended & graduated from Musicians Institute. Shortly after Johnny was asked to join pop rockers Enuff Z'nuff as lead guitarist and eventually lead singer for the band. For the next twelve years Johnny toured extensively throughout the US, Europe & Japan. After leaving this twelve year stin ...
 
The only radio program for Americans living in Nunhead, London Borough of Southwark. Nunhead American comic Lewis Schaffer and his co-host, American Lisa Moyle, explore the struggles of the most marginalised immigrant group in the UK: Americans. Explore Nunhead and Britain through the eyes of Nunhead Americans. Recorded live in studio and broadcast weekly on resonancefm 104.4fm and www.resonancefm.com, the Sony Award-winning London arts radio station. Join other Americans living in Nunhead, ...
 
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A new survey has shed light on the struggles Kiwi families face during Christmas.The Salvation Army survey shows one in five Kiwis say they can't afford to celebrate Christmas, with almost half saying Christmas is a time of financial struggle.Head of Welfare Services Major Pam Waugh told Kate Hawkesby these numbers don't come as a surprise, giv ...…
 
In what's thought to be a first for New Zealand schools, Silverdale Primary will go without an end of year prize-giving.The school, north of Auckland, is dropping the awards ceremony because it doesn't align with its values.One expert believes this poses challenges with what to do with children who are high achievers.Child psychologist Sara Che ...…
 
Trade unions in Britain are raising concern about the number of employers considering micro-chipping their staff.They are worried that workers will be pressured into getting the electronic chips, with the technology then be used to micro-manage them.However, Tui Nordic, a tourism company in Scandinavia, has successfully embraced the idea and al ...…
 
There are fears a new kind of letting fee will still hit tenants in the pocket.While letting fees are to be banned from next month, Quinovic has announced a 'tenancy fee' of $550 to be paid by the landlord.Property Institute chief executive Ashley Church told Kate Hawkesby in past, the fee was charged to the tenant, but in banning them the gove ...…
 
Failure to provide kids with adequate support in schools could have a life long impact.In some schools across the country, as many as one-in-three students are getting someone to help them read and write their exams.But the high cost of this support means students at low-decile schools aren't getting the help they need from special needs coordi ...…
 
There is support for court staff from within the justice system as strike action escalates.About 72 court cases have been adjourned in Auckland, and that number is expected to grow.Ministry of Justice staff in the city are refusing to carry out paperwork in their fight for more pay.Criminal lawyer Steve Cullen told Kate Hawkesby it will slow th ...…
 
Theresa May has reached a Brexit deal with the EU, but still needs the support of her own cabinet.The British prime minister will present the deal to key cabinet members in the coming hours, before a full cabinet meeting tonight.UK correspondent Gavin Grey told Kate Hawkesby she'll need to convince them the deal is worth signing."What is in the ...…
 
There is growing concern that the increased exposure to artificial sources of blue light from lighting and digital screens, is having an effect on our health.Auckland University's Associate Professor Guy Warman told Kate Hawkesby blue light is very effective in shifting our body clocks.He said blue light in the morning will shift us to an earli ...…
 
A victims advocate says including religious organisations in the inquiry into abuse in state care is a good start.Following an outpouring of requests, the Government has decided to expand its inquiry to include faith-based institutions, and those who were victims of physical abuse. Male Survivors Aotearoa chair, Phillip Chapman told Kate Hawkes ...…
 
Farmers are being urged to trade in their cows for a flock of sheep, as the sheep milk market heats up/With the demand for sheep milk growing, a Waikato milk processing plant is willing to collect new milk within a two-hour drive.Maui Milk general manager Peter Gatley told Kate Hawkesby he hopes more farmers jump on board."We now have the abili ...…
 
While most of us throw something away if it's broken a new type of cafe is trying to stop that.Repair cafes are popping up all over the world and allow people to bring their broken item to the cafe to get them fixed and learn how to fix it for next time.Founder of Repair Cafes Martine Postma told Kate Hawkesby the cafes help reduce waste. "I th ...…
 
A primary school teacher says the strikes aren't just about pay with issues like workload and stress yet to be addressed by the Government. Thousands of teachers are taking part in rolling nationwide strikes this week, as well as meetings to consider the Ministry's latest pay offer.The offer includes a three per cent pay increase each year, ove ...…
 
LISTEN ABOVE AS GARRY NIXON SPEAKS TO KATE HAWKESBYOtago and Auckland universities have proposed a school of rural health to address the shortage of health professionals across rural New Zealand.Based on Australian models, the proposal would use a "virtual campus" to bring together rural health academics across the country - including from AUT ...…
 
A former Immigration Minister says Ian Lees-Galloway is out of touch with "ordinary Kiwis" after he admitted he didn't read the full file before granting residency to Czech drug smuggler Karel Sroubek.The Immigration Minister made the decision "within about an hour or so" but he denied he was being sloppy and said he followed the proper process ...…
 
Recruiting female drivers for a new ride sharing app has been no easy feat.After hearing stories from female friends about feeling unsafe in taxis, 23-year-old Joel Rushton took matters into his own hands.He's launching new female only ride sharing app - Drive Her - that will be available in Auckland in about a month.Rushton told Kate Hawkesby ...…
 
At least 32,000 primary school students will be using their classrooms as volunteer hubs to help elderly, refugees and foster children.The initiative is lead by the Student Volunteer Army and will give students the opportunity to identify and lead projects in their local communicates."So far the projects include hosting discos for the elderly, ...…
 
Donald Trump isn't likely to tone down his inflammatory rhetoric after the Democrats flipped the House of Representatives. The US president's Republican Party has lost its crucial majority in the House creating a roadblock for his immigration agenda.However Republicans have increased their majority in the Senate with Trump conservatives achievi ...…
 
Democrats may be hopefully today's midterm results will let them take back the House of Representatives but Republicans aren't worried.Midterm elections are the general elections held in November every four years, near the midpoint (midterm) of a president's four-year term of office.Today is being billed as a national referendum on Trump's perf ...…
 
A bit of light rain won't dampen anyone's parade at today's 158th Melbourne Cup.New Zealand jockey James McDonald is riding the favourite at Flemington, Yucatan.A couple of New Zealand-bred horses, Who Shot Thebarman and Zacada are outside bets.Formpro race analyst Neil Davis told Kate Hawkesby the weather isn't likely to favour any particular ...…
 
Teachers are labelling the Government's $217 million education package as a huge win but say it's not enough to stop strike action.The package will fund 600 dedicated staff in primary and secondary schools to support children with special learning needs such as dyslexia, autism, physical disabilities and behavioural problems.NZEI president Lynd ...…
 
An emergency was never declared onboard the Lion Air flight that went down off the coast of Indonesia with nearly 200 people on board.Searchers have picked up the black box from the wreckage of the craft, and located the fuselage, where passengers bodies are still strapped to their seatsAviation expert Mary Schiavo told Kate Hawkesby it's likel ...…
 
Insurance for bank deposits could soon be a reality with the Government calling for public submissions on mandated depositor protection. Green Party co-leader James Shaw has been calling for the change for some time, and told Kate Hawkesby our banks won't always be as stable as they are now.The fee would be compulsory and would help protect our ...…
 
A new survey has found one-third of Kiwi girls are forced to skip school or work when they have their period because they can't afford sanitary products.The KidsCan survey is the first to quantify exactly how many young girls and women are struggling with period poverty.CEO Julie Chapman told Kate Hawkesby period poverty is another hardship cre ...…
 
A former nurse in northern Germany has admitted to deliberately killing 100 patients as he went on trial today.Niels Hoegel is accused of murdering of randomly selected patients by injecting them with medication which caused heart failure and other complications between February 2000 and June 2005.Europe correspondent Gavin Grey told Kate Hawke ...…
 
The national robotics final for Māori students begins today.It is a challenge hoping to actively engage young Māori in our critical STEM subjects.But Robopā project co-ordinator Thomas Mitai told Kate Hawkesby it requires more than just technical skill."Robotics is more sort of the bind, for us it's about the collaboration, working together, co ...…
 
The Government is being asked to seriously consider increasing alcohol excise tax to help reduce harmful drinking and driving, specifically in young people.A new Otago University study finds increasing alcohol's excise tax to 15-cents per drink, would reduce alcohol sales by 4.3 percent in the first year - slashing drinking and driving numbers. ...…
 
The popularity of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex is being seen as part of the natural cycle of the monarchy.Prince Harry and his wife Meghan have drawn large crowds during their tour of the country, with some people being overcome with emotion at meeting them.They have another busy schedule today in Auckland.Monarchy New Zealand chair Dr Sean P ...…
 
A fairytale come true for the owners of a Wellington cafe.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will make a stop at Wellington's Maranui Cafe this morning for morning tea.Owner Bronwyn Kelly told Kate Hawkesby this morning, she was shocked to learn that royal staffers had been in her cafe earlier this year sussing out appropriate venues for the couple ...…
 
Leicester City fans are struggling to come to terms with the tragic death of the man who put their football team on the map.Club owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha was flying out of team's stadium after a match, when his helicopter crashed and exploded.Srivaddhanaprabha was credited with turning around the team's fortunes.UK correspondent Gavin Gre ...…
 
Americans are deeply "troubled" by a rise in anti-Semitic views and were waiting for something terrible to happen before this weekend's fatal Pittsburgh shooting. The shooting of 11 worshippers at a Pittsburgh synagogue is being treated as a hate crime.It is reported the gunman shared anti-Semitic comments online, and shouted about killing Jewi ...…
 
A British politician has used Parliamentary privilege, to name a high-profile businessman accused of sexual harassment and racial abuse.Top Shop owner Sir Philip Green secured a court order, barring the media from revealing his identity.The court ruled the five alleged victims had been compromised because they signed non-disclosure agreements.U ...…
 
Claims of toxic masculinity in the military.AUT law lecturer Cassandra Mudgway told Kate Hawkesby women in the Defence Force aren't being taken seriously when making complaints of sexual assault.She said fewer than 25 percent of New Zealand Defence Force personnel are female, with fewer than 15 percent across the ditch and that's a problem.Cass ...…
 
Simon Bridges is insisting the Government and the Wellington City Council have been discussing a fuel tax for the region.The National Party leader told Kate Hawkesby he has been told, by someone who would know, that the two parties were, until very recently, in serious discussions about this."The senior politicians obviously Mr [Phil] Twyford a ...…
 
Cannabis has gone from the black market to the stock exchange but it could prove a risky investment.Investments in the marijuana industry are expected to reach $15 billion this year.However, one of the largest Canadian producers, Aurora Cannabis debuted two days ago - and its shares plummeted 14 per cent yesterday.New Cannabis Ventures CFO Alan ...…
 
There is concern waiting lists to see eye doctors at DHBs across the country is impacting patients' vision.More than 2000 people waiting to see an ophthalmologist this year had to wait 50 percent longer than they should have.But with a growing number of people requiring the services and staff shortages on the rise, the problem's only going to g ...…
 
Auckland farmers say the new fuel tax is too complicated to claim back, and is impacting their bottom-line.Since the 11 and a half cent fuel tax was introduced in July farmers have been out of pocket tens-of-thousands of dollars.They can claim back the tax for the vehicles they use on the farm, but they're fed up with the difficult process.Hort ...…
 
Judith Collins has said she is focusing on recovering from a "very difficult week" and supporting leader Simon Bridges after the latest political poll revealed she is ranking only 2 points below him as the preferred Prime Minister.The 1 News Colmar Brunton Poll shows leader Simon Bridges fell in the preferred PM stakes from 10 to 7 per cent, hi ...…
 
A famous New Zealand cricket victory has become implicated in the match-fixing allegations made by a leading media organisation.New Zealand Cricket has reacted immediately, calling the claims "unsubstantiated" but saying it takes the matter seriously.Al Jazeera published a second series of allegations, following those made in May, and the 15 ma ...…
 
The Australian government is facing up to being a minority in Parliament, after a dramatic loss in the Wentworth by-election.Independent Kerryn Phelps is still on track to win the seat left vacant by Malcolm Turnbull.The high-profile doctor is sitting on 51 per cent of the two-candidate preferred vote, to Liberal candidate Dave Sharma.Australia ...…
 
Scientists are one step closer to confirming life on Mars.New research out of the US has examined the salty water below the red planet's surface and has found there's enough oxygen for life.California Institute of Technology's Dr Vlada Stamenkovic told Tim Dower there's still a lot of mysteries to be solved."We are still far, far away from unde ...…
 
Taxpayer dollars won't be required for a new waterfront stadium in Auckland which may see the idea receive more support than ever.That's the thought behind an Auckland Waterfront Consortium planning and funding the one-point-eight billion dollar build.The consortium plans to test the feasibility of the project over the next 12 to 18 months, and ...…
 
Britain is facing the prospect of a delayed Brexit deal or no deal at all.Prime Minister Theresa May said the transition period may be extended, after she failed to reach an agreement at a crucial summit in Brussels.Germany and France are considering scaling back the rights of British nationals in the case of a no deal.Jonathan Portes, the form ...…
 
A new company aimed at getting Māori products to Chinese consumers is getting ready to kick off.Eleven companies have come together with the help of the Government to create the Hui Māori Collective.Chair Hayden Johnston told Kate Hawkesby the online business will benefit both countries."Customers in China will be able to buy our wine and honey ...…
 
A Massey University politics expert has labelled Jami-Lee Ross and Simon Bridges saga as tasteless. Yesterday Jami-Lee Ross released his secretly recorded conversations, which appear to reveal that political candidature is for sale in New Zealand.Ross also said two Chinese would be more valuable than two Indians - to which Simon Bridges replies ...…
 
"Lone wolf" Jami-Lee Ross is expected to go to police today with evidence of alleged donation fraud which he says shows National leader Simon Bridges is a "corrupt politician with no moral compass".Bridges called Ross a "liar and a leaker" who is lashing out.Ross' political career ended in spectacular fashion yesterday when he came out fighting ...…
 
The Salvation Army is calling for the Government to stump up some of a house mortgage, to help lower income people get into homes.The new report, Beyond Renting, calls for "KiwiBuy" - a shared equity scheme to help 50,000 New Zealanders buy homes, when they would otherwise be renting.The Government would pay for up to a third of a house deposit ...…
 
New research is looking into how bullying in the workplace can impact employees' mental health.Dr Bevan Catley from Massey University's investigating its impacts on depression, stress, burnout, and even musculoskeletal disorders.He's said no one should go to work and come home worse than when they left.Catley told Kate Hawkesby good employers c ...…
 
The royal tour down under is set to go ahead as normal following news of Meghan Markle's pregnancy.Kensington Palace has announced the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will welcome a new member of the Royal Family in May.The couple will be officially welcomed to Sydney by Australian Governor-General Peter Cosgrove and Lady Cosgrove this morning.Austr ...…
 
A political commentator is predicting National MP Jami-Lee Ross won't go down without a fight if he's booted from caucus.The Botany MP has been accused of leaking Simon Bridges' expenses to the media, but Ross denies this suggesting he's been framed by the National Party leader.Ross will likely be suspended from caucus today and Bryce Edwards t ...…
 
The Easter Island Heads have proved to be the key to unlocking an anthropological mystery.Anthropologist Carl Lipo from New York's Binghampton University believes the location of the famous statues shows how ancient Rapa Nui people accessed drinkable water.Lipo says most of the statues are near the beach, rather than the freshwater lakes in the ...…
 
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