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The Sean Casey Show
Episode 368 - Red, White & True!

The Sean Casey Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 58:26


The left has declared war on America and it's a time for choosing. Lou Dobbs warns what's at stake. Biden summons the dead. Our Patriots of the week debut a new song called "Red, White & True" plus our liberal lunatics  and outrages of the week.Copyright Sean Casey All Rights ReservedZBiotics Pre-Alcohol ProbioticBreaks down the byproduct of alcohol responsible for rough mornings after drinking.Brand

95bFM
Support for Parents of Young Children w/ Jan Logie: September 30th, 2022

95bFM

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022


Green Party MP Jan Logie has recently spearheaded an open letter to see welfare improved for parents of young children.  Addressed to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and the minister for Social Development, Carmel Sepuloni, the letter called for one central family support credit instead of multiple different kinds.  Logie also calls for the Best Start Credit that supports parents through weekly paid instalments to be increased from one year of funds to three years after the baby is born. The best start payment was introduced in 2018, giving families with under twelve month old's $60pw depending on their income, a number the Greens are also calling to be increased. Liam spoke to Logie to learn more.   

Going Rogue With Caitlin Johnstone
New Zealand's PM Wants More Online Censorship For The War In Ukraine

Going Rogue With Caitlin Johnstone

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 6:35


New Zealand's prime minister Jacinda Ardern continued her crusade for the expansion of internet censorship during a speech at the United Nations General Assembly on Friday, this time using the war in Ukraine. Reading by Tim Foley.

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Heather du Plessis-Allan: Kelvin Davis's apology is a good start, but Labour needs to knock this off

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 2:59


It's good to see Kelvin Davis has apologised.   He called ACT's MP Karen Chhour to apologise for essentially saying she wasn't Māori enough . She's accepted the apology.  Yesterday in the house, he said she was “looking at the world from a vanilla lens” And when he was challenged on it later, he didn't realise. He doubled down and said “She does whakapapa to Māori, but she was raised in a Pākehā world. “  An apology is a good start. But I reckon Jacinda Ardern might need to have a chat to her Māori caucus about knocking this stuff off.  Because this is not the first time that a senior Māori minister in the Labour Party has said something like this. The last one was Willie Jackson back in May who basically did the same thing to David Seymour - who whakapapas to ngapuhi - calling him a “useless Māori.” Back in 2010 he said Maori on TV - like Mike Mcroberts specifically - were just Māori faces.  The reason the PM might need to knock this on its head is because there's a risk this happens again.  It's not a mistake from these MPs.  I think it's an insight into what they really believe. There is a way of thinking among some adherents to identity politics predominantly, if not exclusively, people on the left that you are not really Māori or black or a woman or queer. If you don't furiously agree with the groupthink that you're supposed to if you're Māori or black or a woman or queer.  Take a look at what's just happened in the UK this week, and again, it's a Labour MP doing this. Rupa Huq has called Kwasi Kwarteng - the UK's first ever black chancellor - "superficially black" because "If you hear him on the Today programme, you wouldn't know he's black."  She's had to apologise and been suspended from the Labour party.  Remember Peter Thiel, the tech entrepreneur who is gay? He was told by an academic he was “not a gay man” because he backed Donald Trump.  This stuff is sad because it judges people for their identity, not their policies and delivery and actions and character. It is the exact opposite of what we've all been raised to do:  Judge people for what they do, not how they look. I expect this stuff from the Māori party because they're making a point of being radical and slightly out of line. But I don't expect it from our governing party. The Labour party of Savage and Lange and Helen Clark  Here's sincerely hoping they've learned their lesson and don't do it again.  LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Mike Hosking Breakfast
Chris Luxon: National leader says he has a very long job interview with New Zealanders over the next year

The Mike Hosking Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 5:50


Chris Luxon has more work to do to convince Kiwis he deserves the country's top job. The latest 1News Kantar Poll shows the National Party are in the popularity lead at 37 percent, compared to Labour on 34. But the preferred Prime Minister rankings aren't as positive for the Nats, with Luxon on 21 percent and Jacinda Ardern on 30 percent. The National party leader told Mike Hosking he'll be working to make more progress in the lead up to the election. Luxon says he's up against a popular 14 year career politician, so has a very long job interview with New Zealanders over the next year. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Barry Soper: Political editor on today's RSE worker increase announcement

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 5:31


Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern recently made an announcement about allowing an extra 3000 migrant workers to come into the country to fill the horticulture industry labour shortage. Political editor Barry Soper joins use here today to highlight why Labour has moved ahead with this choice- and how it was a necessity for the horticulture industry to thrive. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Tova
Debate Club - Is Jacinda Ardern spending too much time overseas?

Tova

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 4:48


It's Tova's first day back at work after going to the UK for the funeral of The Queen, but she's not the only Kiwi spending a lot of time overseas recently! The debate today centres around our Prime Minister doing quite a bit of overseas travel in recent weeks - is it a good thing or not?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

95bFM
Jacinda Ardern's Christchurch Call & Investment in New Zealand's Economy w/ ACT's David Seymour: September 28, 2022

95bFM

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022


Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has utilised her platform on the international stage during the UN general assembly to advertise the Christchurch Call, a joint initiative with French President Emmanuel Macron to help combat online extremism. The ACT Party is highly critical of this initiative, believing that it is not the best thing Ardern could have done with her time in the international spotlight. Casper spoke to ACT leader David Seymour, filling in for his deputy Brooke van Velden, about this criticism as well as one topic some believe Ardern should be pushing for more - investment in New Zealand's economy.

Early Edition with Kate Hawkesby
David Seymour: Luxon has a year to improve, Ardern has probably peaked

Early Edition with Kate Hawkesby

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 4:34


Act Party Leader David Seymour has faith Chris Luxon can turnaround his preferred Prime Minister numbers. The latest 1News Kantar Poll shows the National Party is in the popularity lead at 37 percent, compared to Labour on 34. But the preferred Prime Minister rankings aren't as rosy for the Nats, with Luxon on 21 percent and Jacinda Ardern on 30 percent. Seymour told Kate Hawkesby Luxon has a year to get better, whereas Ardern has probably peaked. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RNZ: Nine To Noon
Political commentators Neale Jones & Tim Hurdle

RNZ: Nine To Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 23:48


Neale, Tim and Kathryn talk about Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern at the UN and her return to a tough domestic agenda, including some headwinds over the shape of the income insurance scheme. Also they discuss the concerns about a potential conflict of interest over contracts awarded to Nanaia Mahuta's husband. Neale Jones was Chief of Staff to Labour Leader Jacinda Ardern, and prior to that was Chief of Staff to Andrew Little. He is the director of public affairs firm Capital. Tim Hurdle is a former National party advisor and was campaign director for National at the 2020 election.

1/200 Podcast
1/200 Episode 180 - Mood of the Bored Room

1/200 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 62:33


Luxon says Uffindell is vindicated & we should just trust him. The Herald's Mood of the Boardroom is... grumpy, greedy & antidemocratic. Jacinda Ardern spoke at the United Nations about Russia, Ukraine, disinformation and climate change. We also discuss international institutions, propaganda and neocolonialism. With Branko, Josephine and Philip.Start - Uffindell8.40 - Mood of the Boardroom27.00 - Ardern at the UNhttps://www.patreon.com/1of200

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Bryan Thompson: Harcourts Managing Director on Mood of the Boardroom survey

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 4:01


The newly released Mood of The Boardroom Survey indicates that confidence in Labour's economic strategy has decreased. Jacinda Ardern and Grant Robertson had their ratings go down to a 2.3 out of 5 and a 3 out of 5, respectively, according to new statistics. Harcourts Managing Director, Bryan Thompson, is here today to walk us through the survey results. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Weekend
Weekend podcast: Welcome to ‘First Blokes' Club, Jeff Bridges, and the secret to happiness

Weekend

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 47:45


This week, columnist Zoe Williams on the curious political role of the ‘First Bloke' (1m31s), writer Tom Lamont meets the Oscar-winning actor and all-round ‘dude' Jeff Bridges (18m06s), and finally, journalist Bronwyn Adcock gains a little insight from a radical Buddhist nun on the secret to happiness (35m16s).

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Heather du Plessis-Allan: If I was in the Labour Party, I'd get out ASAP

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 2:42


Do you know what I would do if I was in the Labour Party cabinet at the moment?  I'd find a way to get out ASAP. Especially if any of them want a career in business after this Government.   They should probably think about finding another job, because the rot is starting to trickle down according to this year's mood for the boardroom.  I think we expected the PM to take a hammering and she did.  Down from 4/5 in 2020 to 2.3 out of 5 this year. But I don't think we expected Grant Robertson to fall this much. He was the most highly ranked Cabinet Minister last year. It's a surprise because he's been seen as a safe pair of hands up to now.  He's affable… He's unflappable... he doesn't do that annoying performance thing that the PM does when she answers questions. But even he is being tainted by this Government. And it should be a warning to them all. That the highest ranking Cabinet Minister is James Shaw.  Who is (a) not in Cabinet. And (b) not in Labour. Which says that he's escaping the worst of it by being at arm's length from the Government. If this is starting to hurt even Grant Robertson, it is going to start to hurt the others too. Every time the PM doesn't front for media on a tough subject and puts up Chris Hipkins or Kiri Allan or Stuart Nash, it hurts Chris Hipkins and Kiri Allan and Stuart Nash.  One of the Chief Executives said the current group are "the worst Government since Muldoon".  That is now widely accepted.  You don't want to be associated with that.  Bryan Thomson of Harcourts reckons they don't understand business. I reckon it's worse than that. They're hostile to business. No Minister is going to escape being connected to this lot. Because most of them are donkey deep in something we don't like. Jobs tax  Kiwisaver tax  Co-Governance  Cancelling roads  Making excuses for not building houses. If I was anyone of those guys, and I wanted a job after this - Or anyone in New Zealand to have any respect for me - I'd bail ASAP.   At least that way they can salvage some of their reputation and show they have some judgement. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mediawatch
QE2, queues and cultural cues

Mediawatch

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 14:58


A long Anglican church service bookended by mostly-military parades became possibly the most-watched event in media history this week. But many media outlets struggled with what the Queen's funeral really meant to different people around the planet.

The Country
The Country 23/09/22: Barry Soper talks to Jamie Mackay

The Country

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 2:43


Our political correspondent ponders Jacinda Ardern and Grant Robertson taking a pummelling in the 2022 Mood of the Boardroom CEOs survey, with one chief executive labelling the Government's policy settings and policy execution as "the worst", adding the current group is "the worst Government since Muldoon".See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RNZ: Checkpoint
NZ Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern condemns Russia, calls for ban on nuclear weapons in UN speech

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 3:24


Just days after the Kremlin threatened nuclear warfare, Jacinda Ardern has taken to the United Nations podium to condemn Russia and call for a complete ban on all nuclear weapons. The prime minister also used her to speech to demand UN reform, saying it risked irrelevancy unless it abolished the veto held by Security Council permanent members. RNZ deputy political editor Craig McCulloch had the story.

RNZ: Checkpoint
NZ confirms support for Ukraine as Russia renews attack

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 3:34


The escalation in Russia's war effort has cast a dark cloud over world leaders who are gathered in New York to try find solutions to the world's crises. Jacinda Ardern is one of those at the United Nations' general assembly - and today met with her Ukrainian counterpart - and reaffirmed New Zealand's full support. Our deputy political editor Craig McCulloch is in New York.

The Mike Hosking Breakfast
Brett O'Riley: Employers and Manufacturers Assn CEO as pressure mounts on Govt following Mood of the Boardroom survey

The Mike Hosking Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 3:41


Pressure is mounting on the Government, to come up with a better plan for the tough economic times. In the latest annual Herald Mood of the Boardroom Survey, chief executives rate Jacinda Ardern just 1.61 for building confidence with the business community. Optimism in the global economy is at 1.83 out of five, down from 3.15 out of five last year. Employers and Manufacturers Association Chief Executive Brett O'Riley told Mike Hosking New Zealand needs a plan to bring in more workers overseas, or cope without extra people. LISTEN ABOVE  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Mike Hosking Breakfast
Mike Hosking: Corporate New Zealand finally speaks out against the Govt

The Mike Hosking Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 1:56


The Mood of the Boardroom, which is out in the Herald today, is in some respects, the Government's day of reckoning. You might recall a few years back when the Prime Minister was all shiny and new, too many people had fallen for the superficial charm that she said she was going to work with business, and she was going to listen to business. When that turned out not to be true, she set up a business group who would advise her and keep her in touch . There was a bloke on it called Christopher Luxon, he would later work out that, along with the rest of the participants, we were being scammed. He went on to do other work that didn't involve wasting his time on a government that had no intention of listening to business. That theme continued through Covid as the private sector screamed day after day, week after week, month after month, to let them use their contacts, their expertise, and their experience to help the country get through the nightmare. But what they didn't understand is that Labour parties know everything and are vastly better at everything than anyone else. After all, they studied it at university. The read you get this morning is an embarrassment. At last corporate New Zealand has found their voice. I have, for the last two years and more, implored corporate New Zealand to speak louder, say more, debate the point, and argue the case. Most of the people I deal with in business told me daily what a shambles this country was becoming. I told them to say in publicly. Some did, but in that corporate speak. That I'm trying to be tough, but not really kind of way they have of talking.   A few exceptions broke the mould, but now the avalanche. It's all there. From the lack of skills, to the lack of labour, to the border that's open, but is it really? To the ideological nonsense around Māori that has no mandate, to our disconnection to the world, to the empty cities, to the debt, to the Reserve Bank and to the lack of delivery. On a scale out of 5, only 5 of 26 Ministers get over the halfway mark. They got a pass, far less a stellar result. The highest score goes to James Shaw who isn't even in the party. Jacinda Ardern isn't even in the top 10. It is a damning, embarrassing, and yet honest assessment of what is the worst Government I have seen in my lifetime. Read it, read the comments, read the reality of what this lot is doing to our country, and see if you don't weep.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RNZ: Morning Report
Russia's war eclipses climate crisis at UN assembly

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 2:59


Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has just spoken to media after another busy day at the United Nations general assembly. Her schedule changed after Russia's war on Ukraine eclipsed other existential threats on the agenda such as the climate crisis. She skipped the global launch of the 2050 Strategy for the Blue Pacific Continent, but managed to meet with the president of Chile and the UN secretary-general. Deputy political editor Craig McCulloch spoke to Guyon Espiner.

RNZ: The Panel
The Panel with Phil O'Reilly and Susan Hornsby-Geluk (Part One)

RNZ: The Panel

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 23:28


Today on The Panel, Wallace and panellists Phil O'Reilly and Susan Hornsby-Geluk discuss the legality of the report into National MP Sam Uffindell being made public, Jacinda Ardern's announced initiative to research social media algorithms and how early is too early for Christmas to rear its head.

RNZ: Morning Report
Jacinda Ardern condemns Putin at UN

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 2:18


The Prime Minister says it is deeply concerning how freely President Putin is talking about using nuclear weapons. In a standup at the UN Assembly she reaffirmed that New Zealand condemns Russia's invasion of Ukraine and any escalation of it. Earlier this morning Ardern delivered a speech on behalf of Prince William at the climate-focused Earthshot Prize Innovation summit. She told guests she was humbled to have been asked to speak on behalf of Prince William who pulled out of the event following his grandmother's death.

RNZ: Morning Report
Update: Prime Minister's trip to New York

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 3:37


Jacinda Ardern is in New York for a meeting of the UN. RNZ deputy political editor Craig McCulloch is also there following her. He spoke to Susie Ferguson.

RNZ: Morning Report
Expert on why NZ is funding research on social media algorithms

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 4:46


New Zealand is teaming up with tech firm Microsoft to fund research into social media algorithms. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern made the announcement yesterday in New York. The initiative has support but tech giants Facebook and Google are notable omissions. University of Auckland research fellow Andrew Chen spoke to Guyon Espiner about what this all means, and why the research is so vital.

Rebel News +
DAILY | Ben Shapiro vs. CBC; Trudeau swoons for Ardern; Lewis takes on an MP

Rebel News +

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 60:16


Canada, Britain and the USA unite on this mid-week edition of the Rebel News DAILY Livestream. Andrew Chapados hosts from our studio in Toronto, joined by Lewis Brackpool from London and Katie Daviscourt from Seattle. On today's show, the trio tackle Ben Shapiro's response to a CBC story branding him as some sort of gateway to right-wing extremism, Justin Trudeau's time spent with Jacinda Ardern and Lewis' debate with a Conservative MP yesterday on GB News.

RNZ: Checkpoint
World leaders at UN warned of growing global perils

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 4:00


"Our world is in peril - and paralysed." That was the message for Jacinda Ardern and other world leaders on the opening day of the UN's general assembly in New York. It's the first full in-person gathering since the pandemic - and comes at a time of escalating crises and tense geopolitical relations. Our deputy political editor Craig McCulloch is in New York.  

The Mike Hosking Breakfast
Mike's Minute: Ardern exposed as a climate hypocrite

The Mike Hosking Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 1:48


The headline was "Ardern hitches ride to New York with Canadian Prime Minister." What it should have read is "Ardern exposed as climate hypocrite." She is in good company whether it's Al Gore, Harry and Meghan, or her fellow chardonnay socialist Justin Trudeau, they are all the same. They claim one thing, do another. Trudeau took his own jet to the funeral despite the fact he was expressly asked not to. Ardern, at least, had the decency to make much of the fact that in London she didn't have a problem catching a bus to the Abbey. In fact, she is probably running the same line for New York. She probably thinks of the plane as a ride share, after all it was going any way, wasn't it? The thing about the climate debate is it's run by the two faces. On the one side you have the virtuous, earnest preachers of all that is good for the climate. On the other you have the dishonest, they want to save the planet as long as it doesn't inconvenience them. If you are a climate warrior, which our Prime Minister purports to be, you cannot afford to be found on private jets. Harry and Meghan have become a laughing stock because of the hypocrisy, Ardern is now well on her way to achieving the same goal. From a personal point of view, none of this bothers me. I'm not against private jets, they are more a symbol of pollution than they are a cause. China is a polluter, America is a polluter, India is a polluter, plenty of countries are polluters. And I mean real polluters. They outputs that are, if you subscribe to all of this stuff, actually doing damage. In comparison, whether Trudeau, Gore, Ardern, or Harry ride a few planes isn't really the end of the world. Ironically, if you want to go down that track flying first class is hypocritical if you really value the planet and pollution. But that's the point, isn't it? You can't be or do both. You can't lecture and preach and then do the opposite. It can't be your nuclear moment, until you jump onboard flight Trudeau to New York.     And yet I wonder if those thoughts entered her mind as the champagne was served at 37,000 feet having skipped the queues and settled into the recliner. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Matt & Jerry Show
Show Highlights September 21 - Sexy Snails & Servo Sunnies...

The Matt & Jerry Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 44:05


The boys look for the most kiwi pair of sunnies, and Jacinda Ardern hitches a ride,,,See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RNZ: Checkpoint
Ardern heads to New York for UN leaders' summit

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 3:32


The Prime Minister has hitched a ride on Canada's plane to fly from London to New York to take part in the United Nation's annual leaders' summit. It's Jacinda Ardern's second trip to the United States this year - but her agenda has been swiftly re-worked in the wake of the Queen's death. Our deputy political editor Craig McCulloch is in New York.

RNZ: Morning Report
Ardern flies to New York for United Nations

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 2:47


The Prime Minister is winging her way to New York - fresh from the Queen's funeral - to take part in this year's United Nations General Assembly. Jacinda Ardern has a busy schedule ahead - including co-hosting a leaders' summit for the Christchurch Call. Our deputy political editor Craig McCulloch is in New York and spoke to Guyon Espiner.

RNZ: Morning Report
Top stories for 20 September 2022

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 26:31


Today on RNZ National. Queen Elizabeth the Second has made her final procession through London.. Millions are are thought to have turned out to farewell her in an historic display of respect and mourning. The Queen's coffin is now in Windsor castle where it been lowered into the royal vault in St George's Chapel. We speak to the Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, who was one of more than 500 heads of state in attendance at the service at Westminster Abbey.

RNZ: Morning Report
Jacinda Ardern farewells the Queen

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 7:11


More than 500 dignatries and heads of state were among the two thousand guests at the state funeral, including Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. Susie Fergusson spoke to Jacinda Ardern moments after she left The Committal Service in Windsor.

Apokalypse & Filterkaffee
Hendl with care (mit Hajo Schumacher)

Apokalypse & Filterkaffee

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 41:01


Die Themen: Mit Bus und Bahn zum Queen-Begräbnis; Russische Sängerin Pugatschowa kritisiert den Kreml; Teure Lyoner; Iranische Frauen demonstrieren ohne Kopftuch; Markus Söder eröffnet die Wiesn und der Polygamist des Jahrhunderts Contra World und Studio Bummens präsentieren: Apokalypse & Filterkaffee - Live 2022. Tickets für die Shows im Oktober in Köln, Berlin, Hamburg, Dortmund, Frankfurt und München gibt es hier: https://www.eventim.de/artist/micky-beisenherz/ Du möchtest mehr über unsere Werbepartner erfahren? Hier findest du alle Infos & Rabatte: https://linktr.ee/ApokalypseundFilterkaffee

RNZ: Morning Report
Top Stories for Monday 19 September 2022

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 34:44


Final preparations are being made for Queen Elizabeth's funeral at Westminister Abbey this evening. More than 500 global leaders and dignitaries have landed in England to attend the service. We hear from Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and also Kiri te Kanawa and New Zealand Cross recipient Jacinda Amey who are New Zealand's representatives at the historic event.

RNZ: Morning Report
Hundreds of leaders attend Buckingham Palace reception

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 4:37


Hundreds of heads of state and foreign dignitaries are attending a reception hosted by King Charles III at Buckingham Palace this morning. 500 heads of state and foreign dignitaries have been invited to the funeral. Jacinda Ardern was among those who attended Corin Dann reports from London.

RNZ: Morning Report
Prime Minister invited to Buckingham Palace

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 7:57


Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says to be among the British public paying their respect to the Queen is a humbling thing. Global leaders have arrived in London for the Queen's funeral which will be held today, beginning at 10pm New Zealand time. 500 heads of state and foreign dignitaries have been invited to the funeral - a gathering not seen in decades. The Prime Minister was among those overseas representatives invited to attend a reception with King Charles III at Buckingham Palace. Corin Dann spoke to her earlier and asked what the reception will entail.

News Headlines in Morse Code at 10 WPM

Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Man charged over Queen coffin incident As massive storm batters Alaska coastal towns, residents are evacuated, widespread flooding reported King Charles and Camilla makes first visit to Wales as they complete tour of UK nations Texas Gov. Abbott sends 50 migrants to VP Harris home Russia Ukraine war latest what we know on day 207 of the invasion French Spider Man scales skyscraper aged 60 Queens advice to Jacinda Ardern on life as a leader and mother Tropical Storm Fiona Prompts Hurricane Warning In Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic The Weather Channel Up for debate Midterm candidates dispute rules and dodge debates in a new campaign normal Lady Gaga forced to stop show amid lightning storm Joe Biden Arrives In London For Queen Elizabeth II Funeral Pogbas brother charged over alleged extortion plot Ukraine war Grave sites prompt calls for tribunal over Russian killings Trump holds Save America rally in Ohio supporting Senate candidate JD Vance Yeshiva University suspends activities after SCOTUS ruling on LGBTQ club Some migrants who were flown to Marthas Vineyard will still wind up in Florida anyway, advocacy organization says Japan storm Thousands evacuated as Typhoon Nanmadol approaches What now for Americas fascination with the royals Rehearsals by moonlight ahead of Queens funeral

Coffee House Shots
Isabel Hardman's Sunday Roundup - 18/09/22

Coffee House Shots

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 10:22


Isabel Hardman rounds up the highlights from Sunday morning's political shows. Today's podcast features Admiral Sir Tony Radakin, Jacinda Ardern, Sheikh Hasina, John Kerry and The Right Reverend John Sentamu. 

News Headlines in Morse Code at 15 WPM

Morse code transcription: vvv vvv What now for Americas fascination with the royals Rehearsals by moonlight ahead of Queens funeral Up for debate Midterm candidates dispute rules and dodge debates in a new campaign normal Ukraine war Grave sites prompt calls for tribunal over Russian killings Joe Biden Arrives In London For Queen Elizabeth II Funeral Man charged over Queen coffin incident Trump holds Save America rally in Ohio supporting Senate candidate JD Vance Yeshiva University suspends activities after SCOTUS ruling on LGBTQ club Tropical Storm Fiona Prompts Hurricane Warning In Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic The Weather Channel King Charles and Camilla makes first visit to Wales as they complete tour of UK nations Texas Gov. Abbott sends 50 migrants to VP Harris home Russia Ukraine war latest what we know on day 207 of the invasion Some migrants who were flown to Marthas Vineyard will still wind up in Florida anyway, advocacy organization says Lady Gaga forced to stop show amid lightning storm French Spider Man scales skyscraper aged 60 Pogbas brother charged over alleged extortion plot As massive storm batters Alaska coastal towns, residents are evacuated, widespread flooding reported Japan storm Thousands evacuated as Typhoon Nanmadol approaches Queens advice to Jacinda Ardern on life as a leader and mother

News Headlines in Morse Code at 20 WPM

Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Man charged over Queen coffin incident French Spider Man scales skyscraper aged 60 Up for debate Midterm candidates dispute rules and dodge debates in a new campaign normal Tropical Storm Fiona Prompts Hurricane Warning In Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic The Weather Channel Trump holds Save America rally in Ohio supporting Senate candidate JD Vance Queens advice to Jacinda Ardern on life as a leader and mother As massive storm batters Alaska coastal towns, residents are evacuated, widespread flooding reported Some migrants who were flown to Marthas Vineyard will still wind up in Florida anyway, advocacy organization says What now for Americas fascination with the royals Ukraine war Grave sites prompt calls for tribunal over Russian killings Rehearsals by moonlight ahead of Queens funeral Texas Gov. Abbott sends 50 migrants to VP Harris home King Charles and Camilla makes first visit to Wales as they complete tour of UK nations Russia Ukraine war latest what we know on day 207 of the invasion Joe Biden Arrives In London For Queen Elizabeth II Funeral Yeshiva University suspends activities after SCOTUS ruling on LGBTQ club Pogbas brother charged over alleged extortion plot Lady Gaga forced to stop show amid lightning storm Japan storm Thousands evacuated as Typhoon Nanmadol approaches

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World vs Virus
What are Young Global Leaders, and how are they tackling the world's biggest challenges?

World vs Virus

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 31:20


What's the connection between Jimmy Wales, Amal Clooney, Emmanuel Macron, Jacinda Ardern and will.i.am? Answer? They're all Young Global Leaders. So what are ‘YGLs' and how does being part of that group help people - with diverse backgrounds and world views - work for the greater public good? On this episode of Radio Davos we talk to the person who leads the Forum of Young Global Leaders at the World Economic Forum, and to three alumni who each work in very different sectors and parts of the world. Host: Robin Pomeroy Guests: Wadia Ait Hamza, Head of the Forum of Young Global Leaders Fatoumata Ba, Founder & Executive Chair of Janngo Capital Omar Sultan Al Olama, Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence, Digital Economy and Remote Work Applications at Government of the United Arab Emirates Lara Setrakian, Journalist and Entrepreneur Reporting by Greta Ruffino More information: https://www.younggloballeaders.org/ Transcript: https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2022/09/young-global-leaders-ygl-radio-davos

RNZ: Checkpoint
Ardern in London as city readies for Queen Elizabeth's funeral

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 4:32


Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has arrived in London ahead of Queen Elizabeth's funeral on Monday. Over the weekend she will meet King Charles III and Prince William along with the UK's new Prime Minister Liz Truss. Meanwhile, as mourners queue for the longest wait of their lives to see Queen Elizabeth II lying in state, the blackouts are back in England as shop windows are decorated to commemorate her life. The day of the Queen's state funeral has been declared a bank holiday. Katie Todd and Nick Monro are in London.

World Economic Forum
What are Young Global Leaders, and how are they tackling the world's biggest challenges?

World Economic Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 31:19


What's the connection between Jimmy Wales, Amal Clooney, Emmanuel Macron, Jacinda Ardern and ? Answer? They're all Young Global Leaders. So what are ‘YGLs' and how does being part of that group help people - with diverse backgrounds and world views - work for the greater public good? On this episode of Radio Davos we talk to the person who leads the Forum of Young Global Leaders at the World Economic Forum, and to three alumni who each work in very different sectors and parts of the world. Host: Robin Pomeroy Guests: Wadia Ait Hamza, Head of the Forum of Young Global Leaders Fatoumata Ba, Founder & Executive Chair of Janngo Capital Omar Sultan Al Olama, Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence, Digital Economy and Remote Work Applications at Government of the United Arab Emirates Lara Setrakian, Journalist and Entrepreneur Reporting by Greta Ruffino More information: Transcript: 

RNZ: Morning Report
PM arrives in London ahead of Queen's funeral

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 6:21


The Prime Minister will have an audience with the King, Prince of Wales and British Prime Minister Liz Truss while in the UK attending the Queens Funeral. Jacinda Ardern, who arrived in London today, will also view the Queen's casket which is lying in State at Westminster Hall over the next three days. Morning Report's Corin Dann spoke to Kim Hill from London.

RNZ: Morning Report
PM outlines schedule ahead of Queen's state funeral

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 4:02


The Prime Minister has arrived in London and has outlined her schedule leading up to the State Funeral of Queen Elizabeth. Jacinda Ardern says both the King and the Prince of Wales have shown a keen interest in New Zealand and she looks forward to speaking with them personally. She spoke to reporters in London.

RNZ: Morning Report
Jacinda Ardern to meet with King Charles and UK's PM

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 10:42


The Prime Minister will have an audience with the King, Prince of Wales and British Prime Minister Liz Truss while in the UK attending the Queens Funeral. Jacinda Ardern, who arrived in London today, will also view the Queen's casket which is lying in State at Westminster Hall over the next three days. Ms Ardern says will meet with the King on Saturday afternoon London time, 2.45am here in New Zealand. She says at the meeting she will share the sorrow that New Zealand has and pass on our deepest condolences personally. As for the Prince of Wales. she says he came to New Zealand after the March shooting in our time of need and her meeting will be a time to be there for his family too. She says the meeting with Liz Truss whist focusing on the Queen would cover issues around things like Ukraine and trade. Meanwhile Ms Ardern would not be drawn on British media speculation that the King may stage a visit to Australia and New Zealand. But she says the Royals are always welcome to come to NZ. She also reiterated her position that Monarchy when asked by media, saying while NZ will be a republic in her life time there was not a sense of urgency from New Zealanders and her government was not pursuing it. She says there will be a time and place for the debate, but for now it's about remembering the Queen. Morning Report's Corin Dann spoke to Susie Ferguson from London.

The Hated and the Dead
EP49: Jacinda Ardern

The Hated and the Dead

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 57:41


Jacinda Ardern has been prime minister of New Zealand since 2017. Ardern is a good example of how an affable, anodyne politician can pursue highly divisive and polarising policies. Ardern's premiership has been defined by her response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Whilst New Zealand's initial response to the pandemic in 2020 was praised across the world, and saw Ardern win a landslide election victory, the two years hence have seen New Zealand slowly creep up the death rate table. The Ardern government has also been scolded by voters for a slow vaccine roll out and images of expatriates being unable to come home to visit dying relatives. Partly as a result, Ardern is now the least popular she has ever been, and her party, the Labour party, is now odds on to lose the next election in a year's time.  However, Ardern is still the recipient of uncritical levels of praise in the foreign media, and a healthy democracy is predicated upon us as citizens looking beyond favourable headlines, and judging politicians on results, not on our own biases. I should say from the outset that I do not hate Ardern by any means, and this conversation is not designed to make you hate her, either; rather, it is supposed to be an objective look at a prime minister many New Zealanders have clearly fallen out of love with. My guest today is David Farrar, who is a pollster and political commentator. David is the founder of Kiwiblog, one of the largest political blogs in New Zealand. We discuss Ardern's rise in the Labour Party, her domestic agenda, of course, her response to Covid, and what the future holds for her struggling government. 

TIME's Top Stories
Jacinda Ardern Says There Are No Plans for New Zealand to become a Republic Following the Queen's Death

TIME's Top Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 2:59


New Zealand will not be pursuing any moves toward becoming a republic following the death of Queen Elizabeth II