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This day in history: February 28, 2019

This day in history: February 28, 2019 This day in history: February 28, 2019, 22.51 MB
Thu 28 Feb 2019

This day in history goes back to 1991 for the conclusion of the First Gulf War following Iraq's invasion of neighbouring Kuwait.

 

The Wire with Oscar and Ben; February 28, 2019

The Wire with Oscar and Ben; February 28, 2019 The Wire with Oscar and Ben; February 28, 2019, 98.75 MB
Thu 28 Feb 2019

The full podcast for the Thursday Wire of the 28th of February, 2019. Guests include; National Party Environment Spokesperson Scott Simpson, Associate Professor Kathleen Quinlivan, Minister of Justice Andrew Little and Kevin Tso of Victim Support. This Day in History also returns to 1991. 

Reframing Sex and Sexuality Education w/ Kathleen Quinlivan; February 28, 2019

Reframing Sex and Sexuality Education w/ Kathleen Quinlivan; February 28, 2019 Reframing Sex and Sexuality Education w/ Kathleen Quinlivan; February 28, 2019 , 24.75 MB
Thu 28 Feb 2019

Associate Professor Kathleen Quinlivan joins us to talk about the framing of sex ed and creating a more socially aware, holistic sexuality education program. 

Making a Safer System w/ Victim Support; February 28, 2019

Making a Safer System w/ Victim Support; February 28, 2019 Making a Safer System w/ Victim Support; February 28, 2019, 14.6 MB
Thu 28 Feb 2019

A talk with Kevin Tso of Victim Support abot the 'Strengthening of the Justice System for Victims' Survey and how to include voices in the Justice System. 

The National Party and The Environment w/ Scott Simpson; February 28, 2019

The National Party and The Environment w/ Scott Simpson; February 28, 2019 The National Party and The Environment w/ Scott Simpson; February 28, 2019, 26.37 MB
Thu 28 Feb 2019

Half of a discussion with the Opposition's Environment Spokesperson Scott Simpson on National's new green mission. 

The Wire with Lillian: February 27, 2019

The Wire with Lillian: February 27, 2019 The Wire with Lillian: February 27, 2019, 104.5 MB
Wed 27 Feb 2019

On Dear Science today we talk about creating nuclear fusion reactions in your bedroom, dangerous levels of carbon dioxide, and government funding being used for unethical research.

Fletcher Tabuteau is with us this week and we talk capital gains, golf tournaments and the provincial growth fund.

We hear from Jan Logie of the Green Party briefly about the deferment of the Births, Deaths, Marriages and Relationships Registration Bill.

And lastly, we are back to our special feature on the Wednesday Wire, we have Episode 2 of Economic Anxiety with Rod Oram.

I/V w/ Jan Logie on the deferment of the Births, Deaths, Marriages and Relationships Registration Billl: February 27, 2019

I/V w/ Jan Logie on the deferment of the Births, Deaths, Marriages and Relationships Registration Billl: February 27, 2019 I/V w/ Jan Logie on the deferment of the Births, Deaths, Marriages and Relationships Registration Billl: February 27, 2019, 2.83 MB
Wed 27 Feb 2019

The Births, Deaths, Marriages and Relationships Registration Bill has been deferred. The Bill is necessary to improve ease of identification for members of the transgender and nonbinary communities. Internal Affairs Minister Tracey Martin sez it has been deferred due to "problems caused by the select committee process." The Green Party is disappointed with the delay and MP Jan Logie says they are working hard to ensure the Bill is passed soon. Isabella Holdsworth spoke briefly with Logie and started by asking why the bill was deferred.

Report on Health and Housing: February 26, 2019

Report on Health and Housing: February 26, 2019 Report on Health and Housing: February 26, 2019, 9.91 MB
Tue 26 Feb 2019

Lisa Boudet brings us an overview of the Healthy Homes Standards released by the government this week, and a report on the financial cost of poor housing conditions in New Zealand. Mayor Phil Goff chatted about these issues with Mikey on Breakfast the same morning, so this audio is included, as well as a brief interview with Dr Lynn Riggs who co-authored the research.

The Wire with Lisa: Tuesday February 26th, 2019

The Wire with Lisa: Tuesday February 26th, 2019 The Wire with Lisa: Tuesday February 26th, 2019, 108.86 MB
Tue 26 Feb 2019

To start the show off, we have a quick recap on Finance Minister Grant Robertson’s speech to the business community this morning at Eden Park

Then we discuss poor housing conditions through the lense of the government's recent announcement of a plan and a schedule for healthier homes, and the coincidental release of a report on the cost of unhealthy dwellings.

Lillian Hanly talks to our correspondent in Europe, Mary-Margaret Slack about the latest Brexit developments.

We keep it international and we head to Cuba for a report on this weekend’s vote on a new Constitution for the island.

On the Green Desk this week: Mitchell talks to Puna Wano-Bryant about the recently formed role of Kaitiaki Whenua Ranger under Te Kahui o Taranaki

Europe Correspondence w/ Mary-Margaret Slack: February 26th, 2019

Europe Correspondence w/ Mary-Margaret Slack: February 26th, 2019 Europe Correspondence w/ Mary-Margaret Slack: February 26th, 2019, 8.99 MB
Tue 26 Feb 2019

This week, Lillian Hanly speaks to Mary-Margaret Slack about the latest developments on Brexit, which ironically seem much similar to the latest developments last month. They touch on Prime Minister Theresa May’s hope for a winning vote on the same withdrawal agreement she has previously laid out, the EU’s suggestion of a a 2021 Brexit and Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn’s relenting to consider a second referendum on Brexit itself.