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Promoting diverse line ups and safe spaces

Promoting diverse line ups and safe spaces Promoting diverse line ups and safe spaces, 5.95 MB
Tue 26 Sep 2017

India speaks to music promoter Emma-Hall Phillips, the founder of Moments — a collective which prioritises women and the LGBT+ community in their line ups and aims to create safe spaces and make sure all involved are comfortable and treated with respect.

The Wire with India: Tuesday 26th September 2017

The Wire with India: Tuesday 26th September 2017 The Wire with India: Tuesday 26th September 2017, 84.16 MB
Tue 26 Sep 2017

On The Wire with India, Lucy and Mack, hear about the state of emergency in Vanuatu where a volcano is causing thousands of people to evacuate. Marama Fox from the Māori Party and Geoff Simmons from TOP dicuss how each party fared in the election.

We also hear from a Three-Minute Thesis winner interested in fast/slow fashion, the founder of inclusive music collective Moments, and about a new street newspaper for K’Road’s fringe community.

A fast rundown of slow fashion

A fast rundown of slow fashion A fast rundown of slow fashion, 12.42 MB
Tue 26 Sep 2017

PHD researcher Miriam Seifert joins India to discuss her research into the slow fashion movement and her success in the three-minute thesis competition.

Geoff Simmons on the future of TOP

Geoff Simmons on the future of TOP Geoff Simmons on the future of TOP, 8.09 MB
Tue 26 Sep 2017

After ten months of campaigning, The Opportunities Party gained 2.2 percent of the vote, meaning they are fell well below the 5 percent threshold needed to gain a seat in Parliament.

India spoke to the party’s deputy leader Geoff Simmons about what’s next for the party, whether he’ll be taking over the leadership from Gareth Morgan, and why he believes the Greens should consider a coalition with National.

The Wire with Joel: Monday 25th September 2017

The Wire with Joel: Monday 25th September 2017 The Wire with Joel: Monday 25th September 2017, 110.52 MB
Mon 25 Sep 2017

The election wrap-up show where Joel and Sam look at what the election results mean for New Zealanders. Sam spoke to Bryce Edwards who broke down his views on the election, Joel spoke to the Green Party's Chloe Swarbrick about the youth voting turnout, and the effectiveness of MMP systems. He also spoke to Julie-Anne Genter about what the election results mean for the Green Party, as well as speaking to Kendall Hutt from AUT Pacific Media Center about how the election affects Pasifika communities. Producer Jack also spoke to Rez Gardi, the founder of the Kurdish Youth Association about the referendum of independence taking place in Iraqi Kurdistan today.

The Election Wrap

The Election Wrap The Election Wrap , 18.02 MB
Mon 25 Sep 2017

Reporter Sam Smith recaps the election results with political commentator Bryce Edwards. 

Kurdistan goes to the polls for independence

Kurdistan goes to the polls for independence Kurdistan goes to the polls for independence , 12.35 MB
Mon 25 Sep 2017

Producer Jack Marshall speaks to Rezi Gardi, the founder of the Kurdish Youth Association in New Zealand, about the referendum on indpendence taking place in Iraqi Kurdistan today. 

Chloe Swarbrick on youth voting

Chloe Swarbrick on youth voting Chloe Swarbrick on youth voting, 17.28 MB
Mon 25 Sep 2017

Joel spoke to freshly elected Green MP Chloe Swarbrick about how youth are not adequately represented in Government and how to get young voters more engaged in politics.

Immigration and The Housing Market

Immigration and The Housing Market Immigration and The Housing Market, 14.85 MB
Fri 22 Sep 2017

Producer Laura speaks with CEO of Real Estate Institute of New Zealand, Bindi Norwell, about the housing market and things that need to be done to allow for young New Zealand buyers to get into the property market. The Kelly talks with Bryan Bruce on how immigration is impacting the housing market and what government needs to do to fix our current housing crisis.  

Neighbourhood Watch: Rohingya refugees and Fed Square censorship

Neighbourhood Watch: Rohingya refugees and Fed Square censorship Neighbourhood Watch: Rohingya refugees and Fed Square censorship, 8.33 MB
Fri 22 Sep 2017

Today in Neighbourhood Watch with Nicole Wedding from Radio Adelaide, we chatted about the controversial same sex postal vote that is taking over Australian media. We also discussed the payout Rohingya refugees are being offered to return home, and the censorship of Melbourne's Federation Square over the protesting of Adina mine.