Listen back to features and interviews from 95bFM's daily news & current affairs show, The Wire. Your hosts Jemima Huston, Mary-Margaret Slack, Lillian Hanly, Lachlan Balfour and Laura Kvigstad focus on the issues of Tāmaki Makaurau and elsewhere, in independent-thinking bFM style. Weekdays 12-1pm on 95bFM.
Yesterday it was announced a capital gains tax would not be adopted by current government. As noted by Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, the coalition couldn't come to a consensus on this matter. Laura Kvigstad explains what this means in terms of New Zealand economic development, our relationship to investment in the housing market as well as the power dynamic between landlords to vulnerable tennants.
A new report has come out talking about how current company law is hampering the development of New Zealand’s social enterprise sector. Olivia Holdsworth spoke to co-author of the report Steven Moe, about this legal framework and started by asking him to tell her a bit about current company law.
The full show podcast for the beautiful mess that is the Tuesday Wire. Today we cover oil exploration, optics in politics, Julian Assange and Rāhina Hauora. A big thank you to every one who made this show happen.
Residents of Point Chevalier recently received a pamphlet titled "One Treaty, One Nation". The pamphlet promotes a one law for all agenda and historical revisionism. Lillian Hanly speaks to Sophie Barclay, a Point Chevalier resident, who found the pamphlet in her letterbox.
Wire Worry week this week, we discuss optic politics and the media. When Green MP and spokesperson for Human Rights, Golriz Ghahraman became a candidate in politics it was noted she would be New Zealand's first refugee MP. Laura Kvigstad speaks with Ghahraman about how identities are political.
How is the Trump presidency transforming the United States and how might the Trump-opposition movement “the resistance” effect this? Maria Armoudian speaks with Doug McAdam, Kenneth M. Roberts, David S. Meyer, and David Karpf, co-authors of a new book “The Resistance: The Dawn of the Donald Trump Opposition Movement.”
Jemima speaks to Pacific Media Watch contributing editor Michael Andrew about the Pacific media boycott of the Indonesian election, the University of the South Pacific winning a $20,000 grant, and the Dawn Raids Exhibition.
Host Stewart Sowman-Lund chats to Andrew Little for his weekly chat. Today, what does Minister Little make of the End of Life Choice bill? And how does he think this parliament will be remembered, after the passing of new gun legislation? Plus - concern over a number of complaints regarding a recent treaty settlement.