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    RNZ: Checkpoint
    All Blacks v Ireland - will history be made at Eden Park?

    RNZ: Checkpoint

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 4:29


    It's been a less-than-ideal week for the All Blacks ahead of their first test of the year. Covid-19 has handed the home side a rollercoaster buildup - and hundreds of extra Zoom calls - for tomorrow night's opening clash against Ireland in Auckland. But while Irish eyes will be smiling at the chance to do something they've never done in Aotearoa - most of the history remains on the All Blacks side going into the sold out fixture at Eden Park. Sports reporter Clay Wilson talks to Lisa Owen.  

    RNZ: Checkpoint
    Whitestone Cheese reacts to NZ-EU free trade deal

    RNZ: Checkpoint

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 5:29


    This deal mean Aotearoa's cheese industry gets a bigger nibble at the European market according to the government. It says there will be new and improved quota access for more than 31,000 tonnes of the stuff - through a combination of tariff elimination for existing trade arrangements and the new deal. Whitestone Cheese managing director Simon Berry talks to Lisa Owen.  

    When the Facts Change
    Shy small businesses are holding the nation back

    When the Facts Change

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 43:26


    Why do so few of our small businesses make the leap to become bigger, faster-growing engine rooms for economic growth and higher wages? Curiously, Aotearoa also has a long tail of older business owners that are comfortable bumbling along with sub-scale firms that would do better with bigger and more ambitious owners. This week Bernard Hickey talks to ABC Business Sales MD Chris Small about why so many business owners won't jump up, or out, and why it's holding back the nation as a whole. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    95bFM
    NZ EU Trade Deal w/ Stephen Hoadley: July 1st, 2022

    95bFM

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022


    Jacinda Arderns current trip to Europe has seen the finalisation of our landmark free trade deal with the European Union.  This is the culmination of years wirth of work and decades of negotiations. Aotearoa and the EU will trade agricultural and food based exports, such as cheese, meat, dairy, and vegetables.  To learn more, Liam spoke to Stephen Hoadley from the UNiversity of Auckland about what the deal could mean for the future of NZ.   

    RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan
    NZ Sporting History: Tip off of Tauihi Basketball Aotearoa

    RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 24:01


    For today's NZ Sporting history we're covering a history in the making moment from last night's tip off of the first match of the new women's professional basketball league, Tauihi Basketball Aotearoa. Player Samara Gallaher was one of the players in the inaugural match, taking to the court for Southern Hoiho. She talks about taking part in the history making game as well as her own battle to get back in to the game after suffering several concussion injuries.

    RNZ: Morning Report
    Countdown begins for Women's Rugby World Cup in NZ

    RNZ: Morning Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 4:05


    It's exactly 100 days until the Women's Rugby World Cup in Aotearoa. Eleven international teams will compete for a chance to win the trophy. But it isn't just players who will descend on our shores. With borders finally opening to the world from 31 July organisers are urging international fans to join what they are calling rugby's great Family Reunion. The chairperson of the Rugby World Cup Organising Committee Dame Julie Christie spoke to Corin Dann.

    Business Is Boring
    Going Global: With Rachel Taulelei, Oho co-founder

    Business Is Boring

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 35:18


    Rachel Taulelei is strong advocate for the Māori economy and sustainability, and her connection to her Māoritanga has been vital in her career – from founding sustainable fishery Yellow Brick Road, to being CEO of food and beverage company Kono. Now at the helm of Oho, an Aotearoa business design and brand strategy firm, Rachel joins Simon and Brianne to spill her secrets to global success. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    Stirring The Pot
    A lifetime in welding

    Stirring The Pot

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 42:31


    In this episode of Stirring the Pot, our General Manager Welding Centre, Michail Karpenko chats with our Senior Welding Engineer, Alan McClintock. Alan is a well respected person in our industry and has made many significant contributions over his career. His expertise in consulting for welding processes, weldability and quality management - including codes and standards for structural, transport, marine and pressure applications have no doubt informed many projects, businesses, and people. In celebration of his mahi (work), please join us as Alan recalls his career pathway, experiences he has had in welding both in Aotearoa and around the world, as well as how he came to work at HERA.   Connect with our welding team Website: https://www.hera.org.nz/fabrication40/   Find out about our upcoming welding courses Welding supervisor course (online): https://www.hera.org.nz/event/welding-supervisor-online/   Inspection for welders – structural steel welding to AS/NZS 1554: https://www.hera.org.nz/event/inspection-for-welders-structural-steel-welding-on-demand/   Increased profits through the introduction of theory of constraints for welding and fabrication: https://www.hera.org.nz/event/theory-of-constraints-for-welding-and-fabrication/  

    RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan
    Te Tukohu Ngawha Science and Design Fair

    RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 8:41


    Te Arawa Lakes Trust is running it's first Te Tukohu Ngawha Science and Design Fair from tomorrow. It has exhibits from tamariki and rangatahi, focused on blending matauranga Maori and western science to tackle environmental issues facing Aotearoa. 

    RNZ: Morning Report
    NZ laying out commitment at UN Oceans Conference

    RNZ: Morning Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 5:35


    The Oceans and Fisheries Minister is taking to the world stage to lay out Aotearoa's plan to protect the oceans. David Parker is speaking at the second United Nations Ocean Conference in Portugal, to spur further action sustainability on the high seas. But the Green Party's Eugenie Sage told Morning Report the minister has little success to show off. The Oceans and Fisheries Minister David Parker spoke to Corin Dann.

    RNZ: Morning Report
    Green MP unimpressed by action on oceans amid UN conference

    RNZ: Morning Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 6:27


    The Green Party says Aotearoa has little to brag about at a United Nations Conference focused on protecting oceans. The Oceans and Fisheries Minister will speak at the conference in Portugal, to try to spur further sustainability action on the high seas. Te Pati Maori Co-leader Debbie Ngarewa-Packer is also co-hosting a side-event in Lisbon on Deep Sea Mining, but refused to be part of the New Zealand delegation, saying the government is failing to make a stand. Eugenie Sage is the Green Party's Oceans and Fisheries spokesperson and talked to Morning Report.

    Fate of Isen: A Kiwi D&D Podcast
    Chapter 7 Ep08 - It's all Krova (The Finale)

    Fate of Isen: A Kiwi D&D Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 54:57


    In this episode, the Apple Squadeth continues their desperate clash with the God of Power. Will they survive? Will they ever see their homes again? What does the future of Isen hold? This episode features Julz Burgisser as Marley Kraff, Jules Daniel as Arcus, Josh Kingsford as Trestlespoon Dur, Adam Wright as Trantis Grifton, and we welcome back Oliver Scripps as Banffor Watt.This is the final episode of our story. I (DM Brad) would like to sincerely thank everybody who was involved in making this a reality. I will forever be grateful for the support you have given me. Goodbye and aroha nui.Visit www.fateofisen.com to learn more.A proud member of the Necropodicon Network, and one of the Feedspot top D&D podcasts in the world! Check out Feedspot here.If you like the show, please feel free to join us on Discord or support us on Patreon!Intro, outro, and recap music by freesound user, Tyops, and ambient sound by TabletopAudio.com★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

    Party People
    Season 2 | Episode 16: 28th June 2022 - Party People

    Party People

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 28:44


    Party People celebrate Matariki with a twinkling of insight into what the public holiday means for Aotearoa and Roe V Wade; a case protecting access to abortion in America but has been felt globally by women.

    Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
    Jason Walls: Labour MPs explain their votes against reform

    Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 4:11


    Tears welled in the eyes of Labour MPs Jamie Strange and Rino Tirikatene as they spoke of how their respective mothers were urged to have abortions while pregnant with them.The pair were defending their decisions in 2020 to vote against decriminalising abortion in Aotearoa, explaining how personal those decisions were for different people.They were two of nine Labour MPs who voted against the bill - 37 voted in favour - which passed by a narrow margin in Parliament of 68 to 51.The strength of laws securing the right to safe and equitable access to abortions in New Zealand has come under scrutiny after the US Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade and the constitutional right there, allowing states to ban abortions - over half have indicated they will do so.The ability for politicians to speak freely on the subject here, traditionally treated as a "conscience" vote allowing them to take individual stances as opposed to following a party line, has also come into question.National MP Simon O'Connor was forced by leader Christopher Luxon, himself opposed to the right to an abortion, to take down a social media post Luxon said "triumphalised" the ruling and did not represent the party's current position not to relitigate or revisit the topic of abortions.O'Connor was one of 35 National MPs who voted against abortion reform in 2020 - 13 of whom remain in Parliament - alongside 20 who voted in favour.Labour's Tirikatene, MP for Te Tai Tonga, said his vote on abortion in 2020 was "a personal decision"."I wouldn't be here today, because my mum was advised by her doctor to have an abortion when she was carrying me. It's a very personal issue, and I'm pleased that my mother made her health decision."Strange, standing aside Tirikatene, said he did not know that of his colleague, as he revealed his own mother had made a similar decision."My mother was also advised to have an abortion back in 1975. She didn't. I'm here today for that reason."So as Rino was saying, it is a very personal issue. It's also a very complex issue. It's certainly multifaceted. And I think we would both acknowledge that it is a very complex issue, and it's different for each person."Labour MP Jamie Strange says abortion is a personal issue, and has revealed his mother was told to have an abortion when pregnant with him. Photo / SuppliedThey both said they agreed with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's strong statements on the issue, saying the US decision was a "loss for women everywhere", and assurances that it would not be relitigated.Tirikatene said they felt they could still express their personal views on the matter, and if any legislation did come up again it would be treated as a conscience issue."We support the Government position and the statements that have been made by our Prime Minister."But again, when these issues do come before the House, they are treated as conscience issues. And so that's how we always approach it."Labour MP Anahila Kanongata'a-Suisuiki said she had always been opposed to abortion but the choice was "part of New Zealand's fabric now"."That's not what the Government is going to do, it's not going to change the law."Ikaroa-Rāwhiti MP Meka Whaitiri said her vote against abortion reform in 2020 was due to cultural concerns within her electorate. Photo / Warren BucklandArdern said shortly after the US ruling it was a "loss for women everywhere". She said people were "entitled to have deeply held convictions on this issue"."But those personal beliefs should never rob another from making their own decisions."How New Zealand MPs voted on abortion reform in 2020The Abortion Legislation Bill, to decriminalise abortion, at its third reading in 2020:YES:LabourKiri AllanGinny AndersenJacinda ArdernDavid ClarkTamati CoffeyLiz CraigClare Curran (no longer an MP)Kelvin DavisRuth Dyson (no longer an MP)Paul EagleKris Faafoi (MP until July 23)Peeni HenareChris HipkinsRaymond Huo (no longer an MP)Willie Jac...

    Stuff That Matters Now
    61 Rob Garratt: Principal, Garratt Motor Group

    Stuff That Matters Now

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 69:54


    Car fanatic Rob Garratt and I explore a question many of us are wrestling with, “How do we make a good decision on what car to buy when we look at all the energy challenges we've got in front of us?” Rob is the most knowledgeable car person I know. I'm interviewing him as he doesn't sell cars, he services them and he's a perfectionist - which for a customer is a real positive. I love seeing his professionalism at work and admire his skill in keeping so well informed about the changes in his industry.

    RNZ: Morning Report
    Fentanyl found in Aotearoa - what can we learn from the US

    RNZ: Morning Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 3:43


    The deadly synthetic opioid Fentanyl is now circulating in New Zealand. In Wairarapa, twelve people overdosed on the drug at the weekend and were hospitalised. It had been sold to them as cocaine. Fentanyl is believed to be the main driver behind a significant increase in drug overdose deaths in the United States. The US National Institute of Drug Abuse's science policy branch chief Dr Emily Einstein spoke to Susie Ferguson.

    Doctor NOS
    56 | Dr. Richard Seemann on embracing multiculturalism & rehabilitation medicine

    Doctor NOS

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 36:59


    Dr. Richard Seemann is a rehabilitation medicine specialist, working at ABI Rehabilitation New Zealand. He is passionate about multiculturalism at work, and speaks German and Māori fluently, with his most recent language aspiration in Mandarin. He has been working for ABI Rehabilitation for over 20 years, which is the largest provider of rehabilitation to the brain injured community in Aotearoa with over 400 employees. In this episode, we discuss highlights and challenges of rehabilitation medicine, the training involved, ABI rehabilitation centre (a private practice), ACC and its intersection with rehab, managing challenging interactions with whānau & patients, tikanga Māori in rehab medicine, and job prospects for those training in this specialty. As always, if you have any feedback or queries, or if you would like to get in touch with the speaker, feel free to get in touch at doctornos@pm.me.Audio credit:Bliss by Luke Bergs https://soundcloud.com/bergscloudCreative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported — CC BY-SA 3.0Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/33DJFs9Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/e9aXhBQDT9YSupport the show

    95bFM
    I/V w/ Danz: June 28, 2022

    95bFM

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022


    Danz from Dartz has a kōrero about their freshly announced Hoons tour which will usher in a new tune for us to enjoy! They're kicking it off with all ages show Friday 5 August at the Tuning Fork which you totally don't want to miss, so check out the tickets here. 

    RNZ: Tagata o te Moana
    Tagata o te Moana for 25 June 2022

    RNZ: Tagata o te Moana

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 29:42


    The former Fiji prime minister and Peoples Alliance Party leader, Sitiveni Rabuka, is on the campaign trail in New Zealand. Rugby league fans come out in full force in South Auckland's Otahuhu to rally behind the Kiwis and Mate Ma'a Tonga. Aotearoa celebrates Matariki - it's first indigenous holiday. US and Marshalls aim for compact MOU this year. Pacific rights data shows erosion of freedoms. Pacific rights data shows erosion of freedoms; New Pacific resilience diplomas to be availble in 2023; And Dika Toua elated after hall of fame induction.

    RNZ: Dateline Pacific
    Pacific Waves for 25 June 2022

    RNZ: Dateline Pacific

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 19:21


    The former Fiji prime minister and Peoples Alliance Party leader, Sitiveni Rabuka, is on the campaign trail in New Zealand. Rugby league fans come out in full force in South Auckland's Otahuhu to rally behind the Kiwis and Mate Ma'a Tonga. Aotearoa celebrates Matariki - it's first indigenous holiday.

    RNZ: Dateline Pacific
    Pacific Panther's take on Aotearoa celebrating Matariki

    RNZ: Dateline Pacific

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 5:18


    Rugby league fans came out in full force in South Auckland's Otahuhu to rally behind the Kiwis and Mate Ma'a Tonga Women and Men's teams.

    When the Facts Change
    The great resignation hits Aotearoa

    When the Facts Change

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 47:38


    The employment landscape currently favours workers, yet we're still reluctant to ask for a pay rise and fear being sacked. Bernard Hickey is joined by AUT professor Jarrod Harr to examine how work culture, pay, conditions and the power relationships between employers and employees have been transformed by the pandemic and try to figure out why workers still feel insecure and what employers can do to combat the great resignation. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    Mai Morning Crew Catchup Podcast
    Āhuareka Waiata with K'Lee and Robert Rakete

    Mai Morning Crew Catchup Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 38:16


    Mānawatia a Matariki Whānau! Listen to Mai FM Legends K'Lee and Robert Rakete talk about the music that shaped our lives here in Aotearoa, what Matariki means to them, and what it meant to them to hear Te Reo on mainstream radio for the first time. Enjoy! And check out the Āhuareka Waiata Music+ Station on rova to hear more of the music that paved the way! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Parliament - Live Stream and Question Time
    Oral Questions for Thursday 23 June 2022

    Parliament - Live Stream and Question Time

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 51:16


    Questions to Ministers ANGELA ROBERTS to the Minister of Education: What advice has he received about the results of the Government's School Investment Package? NICOLA WILLIS to the Minister of Finance: Does he stand by his statement that "There will be individual households who will suffer stress as the result of interest rates going up", and in what ways does he expect this will "feed through to the economy"? TANGI UTIKERE to the Minister of Health: What recent announcements has he made about the expansion of Te Ara Oranga? Hon PAUL GOLDSMITH to the Minister of Justice: Does she stand by all her statements? GOLRIZ GHAHRAMAN to the Minister of Immigration: Will he give effect to New Zealand's commitment to assist in the global refugee crisis with resettlement policies that are safe and inclusive, in honour of World Refugee Day this week? INGRID LEARY to the Minister for Trade and Export Growth: What recent announcements has he made following the recent WTO meeting in Geneva? Hon LOUISE UPSTON to the Minister for Social Development and Employment: What is the percentage increase, if any, in the number of people in receipt of jobseeker support for three to five years in consecutive duration when comparing the March 2022 to the September 2017 quarter? SHANAN HALBERT to the Minister for Whanau Ora: How will Budget 2022 ensure that Whanau Ora can continue to provide support to whanau as Aotearoa recovers from the impacts of COVID-19? Dr JAMES McDOWALL to the Minister of Immigration: Does he agree with the Prime Minister's statement yesterday that nurses "are on a fast track to residency", and does he further support her statement that nurses have "guaranteed residency"? ERICA STANFORD to the Minister of Immigration: Why are nurses on a two-year Work to Residence pathway, when multimedia specialists specialising in game development are on the Fast Tracked "Straight to Residence" pathway, and when will the immigration instructions containing the criteria for the Green List Work to Residence pathway be released? WILLOW-JEAN PRIME to the Associate Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage: What is the Government doing to mark the first Matariki public holiday? ANDREW BAYLY to the Minister for Building and Construction: Does she stand by her statement that the Government began working on the plasterboard shortage "months ago"; if so, why did the Government only appoint their reported high-level taskforce at the start of this week?

    RNZ: Morning Report
    On the cusp of first Matariki holiday

    RNZ: Morning Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 3:30


    This Saturday, the Māori tradition of kite-flying will be celebrated at a family kite day in the Auckland suburb of Ōrākei. It's just one of over 100 free events events across Tamaki Makarau in the next few weeks celebrating Matariki – the Māori New Year. This year, for the first time, Aotearoa is honouring Matariki - which is marked by the rise of the star cluster Pleiades – with a public holiday on 24 June.

    Radio One 91FM Dunedin
    Square (on ASIAN(SOUND)SCAPES) Interview - Jamie Green - Radio One 91FM

    Radio One 91FM Dunedin

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022


    Square (on ASIAN(SOUND)SCAPES) Interview by Jamie Green on Radio One 91FM Dunedin

    Radio One 91FM Dunedin
    RY X (on'Blood Moon' album release) Interview - Alex Lister - Radio One 91FM

    Radio One 91FM Dunedin

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022


    RY X (on'Blood Moon' album release) Interview by Alex Lister on Radio One 91FM Dunedin

    Radio One 91FM Dunedin
    Dr Jude Ball (on 'Did increasing internet use contribute to the decline in adolescent smoking, 2012–2018?' Smokefree Aotearoa webinar) Interview - Jamie Green - Radio One 91FM

    Radio One 91FM Dunedin

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022


    Dr Jude Ball (on 'Did increasing internet use contribute to the decline in adolescent smoking, 2012–2018?' Smokefree Aotearoa webinar) Interview by Jamie Green on Radio One 91FM Dunedin

    RNZ: Checkpoint
    Matariki celebrated by New Zealanders around world

    RNZ: Checkpoint

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 4:36


    The country is preparing to observe Matariki as a public holiday for the first time on Friday but celebrations aren't limited to just Aotearoa. Some Kiwis living overseas who might be feeling a bit homesick have organised their own festivities to mark Matariki. Our reporter Ashleigh McCaull spoke with different rōpu across the globe.

    RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan
    Matariki musical extravaganza on TVNZ+

    RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 5:58


    Aotearoa's biggest music stars are performing at Purapura Whetū - Stars of Matariki on Friday. 

    RNZ: Morning Report
    Stardome puts on a show for Matariki

    RNZ: Morning Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 2:56


    The story of Matariki is being shared every evening in Auckland this week, by coloured spotlights shining into the central Auckland sky. Stardome Observatory and Planetarium is putting on the show as part of its celebrations for the first Matariki public holiday on Friday. Spotlights installed onto the roof of Stardome planetarium are displaying the Matariki-themed light show this week. An accompanying soundtrack by Dan Nathan uses taonga pūoro played by Kelly Kahukiwa with vocals from Huia Hamon. Chief executive Victoria Travers says the planetarium wanted to put something together to mark the special occasion. "We took some guidance, quite a lot of guidance from Professor Rangi Mātāmua, and worked with incredible creatives to find something that was fitting, that not just was beautiful, but actually spoke to the kaupapa of Matariki." The light show takes six minutes and tells the tale of the different phases of Matariki, and the stars in the cluster. Stardome educator Olive Karena-Lockyer says each star has its own distinct identity and meaning, including Matariki itself, which represents the mother, with the other stars her children. "Tupuānuku and Tupuarangi which are connected to food harvested from the ground and the sky. There's Waipunarangi and Ururangi which are connected to the rain and the wind, so the weather. There's Waitī and Waita, which are connected to freshwater and saltwater, which are associated with the kai that we gather from the waters, and then the last two are Hiwa i te Rangi and Pōhutukawa." Hiwa-i-te-Rangi is the youngest star and represents hopes and wishes for the year ahead, while Pohutukawa represents those who have passed away. Karena-Lockyer says it's not just Matariki that holds importance among Māori. Puanga, a star to the east of the cluster, marks the new year for many communities in the far north, far south and the west of the motu, while Rehua, which appears to Matariki's right, holds the same significance for others. Māori astronomer Dr Mātāmua worked alongside Stardome on the light show, and he says it's a great way to tell the story of Matariki. "You could see the red of Pohutukawa, and there was that remembrance kind of reflecting on those who have passed, and the movements and then the sound, and then the celebration with all the other lights coming into play. I think it's wonderful how we can express something that's unique to us, where we are in the world, and from, you know, this from Aotearoa in other forms." Dr Mātāmua says he hopes people take this opportunity to learn more about Matariki. The Stardome light show begins at 6.30pm each night this week and runs until Saturday.

    RNZ: Morning Report
    Michael Baker worried about lack of urgency for fourth Covid-19 shot

    RNZ: Morning Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 5:44


    A leading epidemiologist says Aotearoa is leaving it late to roll out a second Covid-19 booster shot. The government has passed legislation that allows New Zealanders to get a fourth dose of the vaccine. It will be made available for those most at risk of getting very sick from the virus. Otago University Professor Michael Baker is worried about an apparent lack of urgency. He spoke to Corin Dann.

    Radio One 91FM Dunedin
    Daniel Weetman (on The Black Seeds - 'Love & Fire' album release) Interview - Jamie Green - Radio One 91FM

    Radio One 91FM Dunedin

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022


    Daniel Weetman (on The Black Seeds - 'Love & Fire' album release) Interview by Jamie Green on Radio One 91FM Dunedin

    95bFM
    The Wire w/ Stella 22 June

    95bFM

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022


    Welcome to another Wednesday Wire with Stella! This week, Alex chats with ACT Leader David Seymour about the Tauranga by-election and New Zealand's foreign policy in the Pacific.  Stella speaks to Kris Taylor from the University of Auckland about the ever-relevant project Shifting The Line. Stella talks to Kyle Tan from PATHA about the mental health of the transgender community in Aotearoa. Aneeka talks to European correspondent Cameron Mulgan on this week's episode of Eurovision.    

    95bFM
    Shifting The Line w/ Kris Taylor

    95bFM

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022


    Aotearoa's culture of masculinity and gender is notoriously troublesome in a lot of ways. Projects are arising to combat such rigid roles, such as Shifting the Line, from the University of Auckland. Its first round of workshops started way back in 2017, and those findings are still relevant today. I spoke to Kris Taylor, one of the researchers, about what's happened in the interim, where we go from those results, and the intricacies of the project.

    RNZ: Checkpoint
    Matariki 2022 begins with umu kohukohu whetū at Takaparawhau

    RNZ: Checkpoint

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 2:56


    Crowds of people gathered at Takaparawhau Bastion Point this morning to observe Matariki and welcome the Māori New Year. Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei held an umu kohukohu whetū - a traditional ceremonial offering to mark the rise of Matariki Matariki is the first public holiday steeped in matauranga Māori to be recognised in Aotearoa. Our reporter Liam Brown was there.

    RNZ: Morning Report
    Matariki celebrations ramping up

    RNZ: Morning Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 8:30


    Matariki - the new year - is a time of reflection, acknowledging the past and looking to the future - while also being intrinsically connected to the environment.  It is entrenched in Māori oral history and traditions from since before their ancestors arrived to these shores from te Moana nui a kiwa  Colonisation tried, and eventually failed, to get rid of much of the traditions and knowledge of tangata whenua but with relentless committment and experts dedicating their life to it the reclamation of Matariki - it is now being recognised as a public holiday.  It is the first ever national holiday that is indigenous to Aotearoa that will be marked and celebrated as a country. As many New Zealanders learn what Matariki is - both Māori and non Māori - our reporters took to the streets up and down the country - to see how people will be spending their day.  Heading to the south to Te Waipounamu - in Christcchurch there will also be a bit of learning going on.  These Tāmaki Makaurau residents are doing a mixture of things with whanau and friends.  Māori News Director Māni Dunlop.

    Radio One 91FM Dunedin
    Mel Parsons Interview - Jamie Green - Radio One 91FM

    Radio One 91FM Dunedin

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022


    Radio One 91FM Dunedin
    Vicki Lenihan (on Dunedin Puaka Matariki Festival) Interview - Jamie Green - Radio One 91FM

    Radio One 91FM Dunedin

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022


    Vicki Lenihan (on Dunedin Puaka Matariki Festival) Interview by Jamie Green on Radio One 91FM Dunedin

    Radio One 91FM Dunedin
    George Berry (on The Butlers - 'Back To Basics' album release) Interview - Hannah Williams - Radio One 91FM

    Radio One 91FM Dunedin

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022


    George Berry (on The Butlers - 'Back To Basics' album release) Interview by Hannah Williams on Radio One 91FM Dunedin

    Headscarves and Good Yarns
    Headscarves and Good Yarns - Yarns with Mihad - modelling, using your voice and racism

    Headscarves and Good Yarns

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 60:06


    Amal sits down with a fellow Somali sister and unpacks Mihad's experiences as a black, muslim wāhine living in Aotearoa. All the stories explored shows the many faces of racism - the casual racism, micro aggressions, discrimination, systemic etc - all of which happened in Aotearoa. We also frankly discuss what it means to use your voice, the existence of being part of a marginalised community is a political existence, her experience as a black model and moving to Aotearoa.

    RNZ: Checkpoint
    'Unprecedented stress, chaotic' - Emergency Depts overcrowded

    RNZ: Checkpoint

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 6:56


    The College for Emergency Medicine chair, Doctor Kate Allan, describes overwhelmed emergency departments around Aotearoa, with staff shortages and patients stuck in limbo, having to wait for a hospital bed due to unprecedented demand.  

    RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan
    World Refugee Day, we check in with Ramez Sharfo

    RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 10:12


    Today is World Refugee Day.. Waikato is one of the biggest refugee centres in Aotearoa, and over a hundred refugees in the Waikato are currently studying at Wintec. Among those improving their English through study, is Ramez Sharfo.

    RNZ: Nine To Noon
    Dame Whina Cooper: new biopic film

    RNZ: Nine To Noon

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 26:44


    In 1975, Dame Whina Cooper led a land march from Te Hāpua in the far north, to Parliament in Wellington, demanding action on the loss of Māori land. "Not one more acre" became the movement's rallying cry. From an initial group of 50, the hīkoi swelled to over 5000 people, and with them, they carried a petition of 60,000 signatures to deliver to Prime Minister Bill Rowling. It was a moment in Aotearoa's history that led to a significant breakthrough in Maori land rights. An iconic photo captured Dame Whina's first steps on her journey from Te Hapua, holding hands with her three-year-old granddaughter, Irenee Cooper. Now a new film called Whina is set to hit cinema screens on Wednesday - a biopic of the life of Te Whaea o Te Motu, the Mother of the Nation. Directed by James Napier Robertson and Paula Whetu Jones, it stars Rena Owen and Miriama McDowell as the trailblazing leader through her life. Kathryn speaks to Dame Whina's granddaughter Irenee, who is executive producer on the film.

    RNZ: Morning Report
    Historian on Matariki holiday significance

    RNZ: Morning Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 4:33


    Friday will be Aotearoa's first Matariki public holiday to mark the start of the Māori new year. It occurs when  the Matariki star cluster - otherwise known as Pleiades - rises in mid winter, and is the most significant celebration in the traditional Māori calendar,  Manatū Taonga - Ministry for Culture and Heritage senior historian, or Pou Hītori Māori Matua, Matariki Williams spoke to Susie Ferguson.  

    Radio One 91FM Dunedin
    Mash Up Monday (Bee Gees Snoop Dogg Dr.Dre - Nuthing But A G Thang•Stayin Alive) - Jamie Green - Radio One 91FM

    Radio One 91FM Dunedin

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022


    Mash Up Monday (Bee Gees Snoop Dogg Dr.Dre - Nuthing But A G Thang•Stayin Alive) by Jamie Green on Radio One 91FM Dunedin

    RNZ: Standing Room Only
    Jessica Palallagi returns home

    RNZ: Standing Room Only

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 12:08


    An art collective of self proclaimed ex-pat misfits that formed in London back in 2018, is about to unveil their first exhibition over here in Aotearoa. The Water Tastes Different Here includes work by international DJ Lady Shaka, fashion designer Lyall Hakaraia, and our guest Jessica Palalagi who's the queer-led In*ter*is*land Collective's co-founder. Jessica's returned to New Zealand after 16 years in London, to take over as General Manager of the Arts Foundation, and to continue her work with the Collective from here. Lynn Freeman took Jessica back to 2018 to find out about the collective's early ambitions. The Water Tastes Different Here will open at Auckland's Tautai Gallery later this week.

    RNZ: Standing Room Only
    National Flash Fiction Day celebrates a new decade

    RNZ: Standing Room Only

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 9:19


    The last decade's gone by in a flash for the organisers - 2022 marks the 10th anniversary of National Flash Fiction Day. As part of the celebrations, today sees posters go up around the motu, starting a national 'Languages of Aotearoa' campaign. The winner of the annual Flash Fiction award will also be announced today. And to set the scene, Lynn Freeman talks to organisers Vaughan Rapatahana and Michelle Elvy. Incidentally, they've also launched a new call for submissions for a book of micros in translation, or with translingual elements.

    RNZ: Standing Room Only
    Sara Hughes takes her art to the street

    RNZ: Standing Room Only

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 13:53


    Several years after feeling unsafe while at a notorious bus shelter in Tauranga, artist Sara Hughes is transforming it into a brightly coloured and illuminated work of art. It will be suspended above the Willow Street bus shelter, and wrapped around the wall and front of Tauranga Art Gallery to Wharf Street creating a corridor that bathes those walking through it in coloured light. The artwork's big, covering about 260 square metres of glass panels. It's called Midnight Sun, referring to times when the sun remains visible through the night at the Poles - just as the artwork will be illuminated 24/7. Sara is a past winner of the Wallace Art Award. She also made her name creating public art on a grand scale. She built the largest integrated public art work in Aotearoa when she covered all four sides of the New Zealand International Convention Centre in Auckland. But it's her new Tauranga public art work that Lynn Freeman first asks her about. Midnight Sun will be unveiled on the 21st of June at the Willow Street bus shelter in Tauranga.

    95bFM
    95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: Rāmere, June 17, 2022

    95bFM

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022


    We've rolled around to end of another week! I tēnei ata the radio portal opens to SRN comrade RDU in The Breakfast Buffet; Greek Hits with Dr Zemke on Travelling Tunes brings takes us back to the living rooms of 1970s Aotearoa; DeepState has a kōrero on the release day of MMXXI The Remixes, Sam chats about Queer As Folk on Viewmaster; and Richard from Asta Rangu is on the line ahead of their gig tonight! Kia pai tō rā whakatā, whakarongo mai nei!