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Southern Cross: COP23, Tonga & Solomon Islands election results

Southern Cross: COP23, Tonga & Solomon Islands election results Southern Cross: COP23, Tonga & Solomon Islands election results, 21.41 MB
Mon 18 Dec 2017

AUT Pacific Media Centres Kendall Hutt stopped by the studio to discuss COP23 negiations and what impact they have in the Pacific, Tongas political Monarchy vs Parliment situation and also the outcome of elections which took place in the Solomon Islands.  

Neighbourhood Watch: YES campaign wins and deepening tensions between NZ and Australia

Neighbourhood Watch: YES campaign wins and deepening tensions between NZ and Australia Neighbourhood Watch: YES campaign wins and deepening tensions between NZ and Australia, 13.32 MB
Sat 16 Dec 2017

This week on Neighbourhood Watch with Nicole Wedding from Radio Adelaide: 

The YES campign has won the same sex marriage postal vote, and bills are now being brought into Parliament for discussions. Immigration Minister Peter Dutton is asking New Zealand to back off from the Manus Island crisis and spend the proposed humanitarian money elsewhere. And finally, new technology is being tested in Brisbane for a mobile parcel carrying robot. 

Wide-scale Wellington train strikes

Wide-scale Wellington train strikes Wide-scale Wellington train strikes, 21.41 MB
Thu 14 Dec 2017

Train workers in Wellington will strike for 24 hours starting early Thursday morning, over longstanding contract conditions.

This will be the largest industrial action taken on the railways of Wellington since 1994 and up to 30,000 rail passengers are likely to be effected.

This is not the first strike in recent times over this issue, with a two hour strike having taken place in during October this year.

Rail and Maritime Transport Union General Secretary, Wayne Butson, told Radio New Zealand that industrial action was the only alternative after months of negotiations..

Reuben McLaren spoke to Wayne Butson to find out more.

 

This Weeks Bits: Sunday, 26th of November, 2017

This Weeks Bits: Sunday, 26th of November, 2017 This Weeks Bits: Sunday, 26th of November, 2017, 27.1 MB
Sun 26 Nov 2017

Hannah gives you the low down on the best bFM news bits of the week. 

Stage Direction w/ Kate Prior: November 24, 2017

Stage Direction w/ Kate Prior: November 24, 2017 Stage Direction w/ Kate Prior: November 24, 2017, 10.81 MB
Fri 24 Nov 2017

Kate has this week's round-up for start of holiday stage fare: boylesque; FAFSWAG; and puppets. Aren't you glad she's got your back?

Morning Glory with Hannah: Friday, 24th of November, 2017

Morning Glory with Hannah: Friday, 24th of November, 2017 Morning Glory with Hannah: Friday, 24th of November, 2017, 213.46 MB
Fri 24 Nov 2017

Join Hannah for morning glory with Fancy New Band Jim Essef thanks to NZ On Air Music!

Fancy New Band: Jim Essef

Fancy New Band: Jim Essef Fancy New Band: Jim Essef, 33.99 MB
Fri 24 Nov 2017

Wellington based Jim Essef joins Hannah in studio to play some tracks, with an upcoming album on the way. Cheers NZ On Air Music!

Neighbourhood Watch: Manus Island crisis and eccentric MP's

Neighbourhood Watch: Manus Island crisis and eccentric MP's Neighbourhood Watch: Manus Island crisis and eccentric MP's, 12.22 MB
Fri 24 Nov 2017

Today on Neighbourhood Watch with Nicole Wedding from Radio Adelaide we talk about the increasing humanitarian crisis on Manus Island, the eccentric MP Bob Katter and why the Australian Government is bypassing sitting week. 

Jami-Lee Ross on the parliamentary prayer and the proposed fuel tax

Jami-Lee Ross on the parliamentary prayer and the proposed fuel tax Jami-Lee Ross on the parliamentary prayer and the proposed fuel tax, 20.11 MB
Fri 24 Nov 2017

We chat with Jami-Lee Ross from National on the proposed regional fuel tax that Labour plans to legislate next year in Auckland. He also talks to Kelly about the parliamentary prayer and why National believes there should have been more dialogue around the changes.

Cross Party Agreement? Shock and Horror.

Cross Party Agreement? Shock and Horror. , 12.04 MB
Fri 24 Nov 2017

After Andrew Becroft's call for cross party support on finding a solution for child poverty in New Zealand many organization expressed support. Andrea Jamison from Action for Youth And Children Aotearoa on how excited they are to hear this support from government and opposition parties.