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Tuia 250 - Why are the commemorations so decisive?

Tuia 250 - Why are the commemorations so decisive? Tuia 250 - Why are the commemorations so decisive? , 24.24 MB
Wed 9 Oct 2019

2019 marks the 250th anniversary of when Captain James Cook arrived in Aotearoa. Tuia 250, is commemorating  the first onshore meetings between Māori – the tangata whenua of Aotearoa New Zealand – and Pākehā in 1769–70. The commerations have been met with mixed responses, taking place at the arrival of the Endeavour yesterday. Tuwhenuaroa spoke to Owen Lloyd, Chairman of  the Tairawhiti District Māori Council, who has a deep connection to te Tairawhiti on both his Pakeha and Maori side. He has very different views to those expressed by many maori in the mainstream media, so I began the interview by asking him about his own personal take on the Tuia 250 commemorations, and about the response of protestors like his colleague Marise Lant.

The Wire with Tuwhenuaroa: Wednesday 9th October, 2019

The Wire with Tuwhenuaroa: Wednesday 9th October, 2019 The Wire with Tuwhenuaroa: Wednesday 9th October, 2019, 99.49 MB
Wed 9 Oct 2019

On the show today!

On Dear Science with AUT’s Marcus Jones, it’s Nobel Prize week and we discuss some of the achievements being recognised by the scientific community

Tuwhenuaroa spoke to Owen Lloyd, Chairman of  the Tairawhiti District Māori Council about Tuia 250, and the protests that took place in Gisbourne

William talked to Nation Secretary of the Public Service Association Glenn barclay about the recent announcement of a budget surplus from the government.

Lillian spoke to Saharawi resistance spokesperson Tecber Ahmed Saleh who works for the Ministry of Health in the Saharawi refugee camps about the implications of NZ importing 70 percent of its phosphate from Western Sahara through Morocco

Dear Science w/ Marcus Jones : October 9th, 2019

Dear Science w/ Marcus Jones : October 9th, 2019 Dear Science w/ Marcus Jones : October 9th, 2019, 22.15 MB
Wed 9 Oct 2019

On Dear Science with AUT’s Marcus Jones, it’s Nobel Prize week so we’ll be discussing some of the achievements being recognised by the scientific community

Extinction Rebellion w / Melanie Vautier: October 8, 2019

Extinction Rebellion w / Melanie Vautier: October 8, 2019 Extinction Rebellion w / Melanie Vautier: October 8, 2019, 8.43 MB
Tue 8 Oct 2019

Olivia discusses the climate crisis and rebellious acts with Extinction Rebellion activist Melanie Vautier amidst their ongoing actions in Pōneke.

 

The Wire with Olivia: October 8, 2019

The Wire with Olivia: October 8, 2019 The Wire with Olivia: October 8, 2019, 105.41 MB
Tue 8 Oct 2019

E whai ake nei, coming up on the show today!

  • Mitch talks to Lauren Vargo at the Green Desk about glaciers and ice melting across Aotearoa.
  • Oscar talks to Minister Kelvin Davis about #Tuia250 and what the Labour Party see it as meaning for Aotearoa's future.
  • Olivia discusses the climate crisis and rebellious acts with Extinction Rebellion activist Melanie Vautier amidst their ongoing actions in Pōneke.
  • And finally Oscar talks to Tim Bowater of the living compost system up at OMG Auckland to discuss his work there, non linear climate change solutions and carbon sequestration.

Dual Heritage, Shared Future; Tuia 250 w/ Kelvin Davis: October 8th, 2019

Dual Heritage, Shared Future; Tuia 250 w/ Kelvin Davis: October 8th, 2019 Dual Heritage, Shared Future; Tuia 250 w/ Kelvin Davis: October 8th, 2019, 12.07 MB
Tue 8 Oct 2019

Oscar talks to Minister Kelvin Davis about Tuia 250 and what the Labour Party see it as meaning for Aotearoa's future.

A Hard Place to be Happy - life in a secure care unit: 7 October, 2019

A Hard Place to be Happy - life in a secure care unit: 7 October, 2019 A Hard Place to be Happy - life in a secure care unit: 7 October, 2019, 21.7 MB
Mon 7 Oct 2019

The Office of the Children’s Commissioner has relseased a report into youth residential care facilities. The Hard Place to be Happy reportcontains children’s experiences of living in the institutions in their own words, with much of it making for harrowing reading. The facilities are largely run by Oranga Tamariki, who have indicated possible changes to the system in the future. Lachlan spoke with Children’s commissioner ANdrew Becroft about the report.

 

 

The Wire with Jemima: October 7, 2019

The Wire with Jemima: October 7, 2019 The Wire with Jemima: October 7, 2019, 104.18 MB
Mon 7 Oct 2019

This week on the Monday Wire, Sherry and Bronwyn bring us a report on the anti-white supremacy protest on Friday at the University of Auckland. Southern Cross is back with the latest news from across the Pacific. Lachlan speaks to Children's Commissioner, Andrew Becroft, about the "Hard Place to Be Happy" report on youth residential care. Jemima wraps it up with a conversation with Green Party co-leader James Shaw about lowering the voting age and the government's decision to drop the "family link" refugee policy. 

The Big Q: The Golden State Killer case: Are our data rights slipping away? October 7, 2019

The Big Q: The Golden State Killer case: Are our data rights slipping away? October 7, 2019 The Big Q: The Golden State Killer case: Are our data rights slipping away? October 7, 2019, 17.85 MB
Mon 7 Oct 2019

Last year, a 72-year-old former police officer named Joseph D’Angelo was arrested for a spate of rapes and murders attributed to the elusive Golden State Killer between 1976 and 1986. D’Angelo’s arrest has raised profound questions about ethical uses of DNA and how popular DNA testing and genealogical services can be used or misused without the user’s knowledge. Maria Armoudian speaks to Ellen Wright Clayton, Mark Rothstein, and Dennis McNevin about how DNA and other private data can be used and misused in law enforcement, healthcare and employment.

The Big Q website: www.thebigq.org 

Auckland University Anti-white supremacy protests: August 07, 2019

Auckland University Anti-white supremacy protests: August 07, 2019 Auckland University Anti-white supremacy protests: August 07, 2019, 5.2 MB
Mon 7 Oct 2019

On the 4th of October, the Auckland University clocktower was occupied by students calling for the resignation of Vice-Chancellor Stuart McCutcheon regarding his complacency in protecting students against white supremacy. This arose after stickers and posters promoting a white-nationalist group was spotted, and McCutcheon cited the incident as ‘unfortunate’ but protected by free speech.

Bronwyn Wilde headed to the protest and spoke to some of the protestors: AUSA Women’s rights Anamika Harirajh, AUSA president George Barton, Green MP Golriz Ghaharama, and students Gabriella Brayne and Israa Falah.