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Independence Issues

Independence Issues Independence Issues, 12.35 MB
Fri 13 Oct 2017

Producer Conor spoke with Simonette Bouler, of Community Law Canterbury, about the issue of independence in beneficiary investigation and appeal methods. He asked her what the process involves for beneficiaries when undergoing an appeal, and the discrepancies in investigations and rulings. 

The Wire with Kelly: Friday 13 October

The Wire with Kelly: Friday 13 October The Wire with Kelly: Friday 13 October, 66.55 MB
Fri 13 Oct 2017

"System is so broken": Exploitation at the Bottle-O?

"System is so broken": Exploitation at the Bottle-O? "System is so broken": Exploitation at the Bottle-O?, 3.48 MB
Thu 12 Oct 2017

Producer Ben speaks with Sunny Sehgal, of the Migrant Worker's Association, about allegations of exploitation at the the Bottle-O.

The Strong Arms of the Law

The Strong Arms of the Law The Strong Arms of the Law, 12.02 MB
Thu 12 Oct 2017

Lachlan spoke with Ti Lamusse from People Against Prisons Aotearoa about his experiences of the protests against the New Zealand Defence Industry Association 2017 Forum in Wellington earlier this week. Reporter Mack Smith spoke with NZDIA Deputy Chair Andrew Ford about his view on the protests.

"The Ministry of health should demonstrate some leadership": Dr Paula King on Slavery and Healthcare

"The Ministry of health should demonstrate some leadership": Dr Paula King on Slavery and Healthcare "The Ministry of health should demonstrate some leadership": Dr Paula King on Slavery and Healthcare, 15.32 MB
Thu 12 Oct 2017

Lachlan spoke with Dr Paula King about her recent article in the New Zealand Medical Journal about healthcare workers and their role in combatting mdoern slavery.

Mission Achieved: Funding

Mission Achieved: Funding Mission Achieved: Funding, 19.64 MB
Thu 12 Oct 2017

Harry spoke with C.E.O. of the City Mission Chris Farrelly about their recently received $10 million grant from Foundation North that will assist in developing its future infrastructure. 

Foundation North granting big for City Mission

Foundation North granting big for City Mission Foundation North granting big for City Mission, 19.98 MB
Thu 12 Oct 2017

Foundation North, has awarded Auckland City Mission a $10m grant, to assist with the funding of a multi-million dollar project to develop it's infrastructure. Reporter Reuben Mclaren began by speaking with Foundation North chief executive Jennifer Gills to find out a litle bit more about the foundation and the grant.

 

New Zealand's Garden of Eden

New Zealand's Garden of Eden.mp3 mp3, 16.38 MB
Wed 11 Oct 2017

The goal is to create a New Zeland attraction with the equivalent magnetism as Big Ben or the Sydney Opera House, albiet a natural one. 

The concept of the Eden Project is based off the original popular tourist attraction in Cornwall, England which opened in 2001.

Producer Jack Marshall spoke with an Eden Project trustee, Professor David Simmons, about revitalising Christchurch's red zone with greenery and water.

Investigating the gendered harassment of broadcasters

Investigating the gendered harassment of broadcasters Investigating the gendered harassment of broadcasters, 40.63 MB
Tue 10 Oct 2017

India speaks to Charlotte Graham, a New Zealand journalist who has analysed the sexism that pervades the feedback women who work in broadcasting have to deal with, both online or as texts coming into their studio.

She then speaks to Lillian, Jogai, Lisa and Laura from the bFM news team about their response to the research and whether this is something that has affected them, or their perception of a career in journalism.

The Wire with India: Tuesday 10th October 2017

The Wire with India: Tuesday 10th October 2017 The Wire with India: Tuesday 10th October 2017, 111.36 MB
Tue 10 Oct 2017

Today on on The Wire, Mack has a report on a peace protest in Wellington, Lucy looks at MMP and some of the misconceptions around it. On The Green Desk, Jack Marshall looks at how climate change is hurting baby crocodiles. Finally, we speak to Charlotte Graham about her research into the gendered harassment of women broadcasters, and news team members Jogai and Lillian join us for a chat about this topic.