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Firework Frenzy: December 11 2018

Firework Frenzy: December 11 2018 Firework Frenzy: December 11 2018, 4.02 MB
Tue 11 Dec 2018

Nearly 18,000 people have signed a petition urging parliament to legislate the prohibition of the private sale of fireworks. Green MP Gareth Hughes is backing the protest, so Mary-Margaret spoke to him about what the rule changes would look like.

The Wire with Ben: December 11 2018

The Wire with Ben: December 11 2018 The Wire with Ben: December 11 2018, 97.63 MB
Tue 11 Dec 2018

Mary-Margaret speaks to Green MP Gareth Hughes about a petition signed by 18,000 calling for a prohibition on private fireworks sales.

Justin speaks to Auckland University Associate Professor Phillipa Malpas about gene edited babies in China.

Justin also reports on big developments in the UK Parliament in relation to Brexit.

And finally, on Greendesk, Ella talks to James Griffin from the Sustainable Business Network about their recent report looking into removing plastic from our packaging system.

The Big Q: What are the implications of the US-China trade war? December 10, 2018

The Big Q: What are the implications of the US-China trade war? December 10, 2018 The Big Q: What are the implications of the US-China trade war? December 10, 2018, 30.32 MB
Mon 10 Dec 2018

In 2018, the United States and China have been embroiled in a trade war with each country continuing to raise tariffs placed on goods traded between the two nations. But what exactly are Donald Trump’s tariff policies and what will be their effects? Doug Becker speaks to Iva Bozovic and Lui Hebron about the implications of the US-China trade war.

The Big Q website: www.thebigq.org 

Whats on the Agenda with Greg Treadwell: December 10, 2018

Whats on the Agenda with Greg Treadwell: December 10, 2018 Whats on the Agenda with Greg Treadwell: December 10, 2018, 25.3 MB
Mon 10 Dec 2018

Worry Week this week is about ethical journalism and one of those hot phrases you’d be fortunate to come across if ever took a paper in news media is agenda setting. Agenda Setting is essentially a news agency setting up a framework for what stories we cover and what is outside of scope. At Bfm we have an agenda setting and that is why you don’t hear about the Kardasian and live up to date scores of the Ashes series. Agenda setting has been blamed for bias media with prime examples being in America such FOX News with agenda favouring Republicans whilst others outlets such as The Huffington Post favouring Democrats but I wanted to have a yarn about agenda setting in our own backyard. So I did just that, I had a yarn that spiraled out of topic with AUT’s senior lecturer Greg Treadwell, firstly asking does New Zealand have a problem with bias media.

The Wire with Jemima: December 10, 2018

The Wire with Jemima: December 10, 2018 The Wire with Jemima: December 10, 2018, 49.23 MB
Mon 10 Dec 2018

This week on the Monday Wire Jemima speaks to Green Party MP Chlöe Swarbrick for our segment with the Greens about the party's mental health investigation, the third reading of the Medicinal Cannabis Government Bill and Tomorrow's Schools. Ella reports for Under the Weather about flash flooding in Iraq, drought in Afghanistan and the loss of ice volume in the New Zealand southern alps. Worry Week this week is ethical journalism and broadcasting standards. Jemima speaks to Dr Gavin Ellis, former Editor-in-Chief of the New Zealand Herald, about whether the coverage of the Jami-Lee Ross case was ethical journalisma and Damian talks to AUT senior lecturer Greg Treadwell about agenda setting and media bias in the New Zealand context. 

Was the Coverage of the Jami-Lee Ross Saga Ethical?: December 10, 2018

Was the Coverage of the Jami-Lee Ross Saga Ethical?: December 10, 2018 Was the Coverage of the Jami-Lee Ross Saga Ethical?: December 10, 2018, 33.49 MB
Mon 10 Dec 2018

This week the Wire Worry Week is ethical journalism and broadcasting standards. Jemima speaks to Dr Gavin Ellis about what ethical journalism is and whether the Jami-Lee Ross saga was ethically covered by New Zealand journalists. They discuss the treatment of people in power by the media, simplifying news and the status of ethical journalism in New Zealand. 

Whats on the Agenda with Greg Treadwell: December 10, 2018

Whats on the Agenda with Greg Treadwell: December 10, 2018 Whats on the Agenda with Greg Treadwell: December 10, 2018, 25.3 MB
Mon 10 Dec 2018

Worry Week this week is about ethical journalism and one of those hot phrases you’d be fortunate to come across if ever took a paper in news media is agenda setting. Agenda Setting is essentially a news agency setting up a framework for what stories we cover and what is outside of scope. At Bfm we have an agenda setting and that is why you don’t hear about the Kardasian and live up to date scores of the Ashes series. Agenda setting has been blamed for bias media with prime examples being in America such FOX News with agenda favouring Republicans whilst others outlets such as The Huffington Post favouring Democrats but I wanted to have a yarn about agenda setting in our own backyard. So I did just that, I had a yarn that spiraled out of topic with AUT’s senior lecturer Greg Treadwell, firstly asking does New Zealand have a problem with bias media.

The Someday Awards: December 7th 2018

The Someday Awards: December 7th 2018 The Someday Awards: December 7th 2018, 16.86 MB
Fri 7 Dec 2018

Lillian talks with co-director of Outlook for Someday, Chris Widdop, about The Outlook for Someday sustainability film challenge for young people under the age of 24. Someday Stories is separate to the young filmmaker competition, for people aged between 24 and 29. Lillian Hanly was a Someday Story filmmaker during 2018.

Nelson's Santa Parade with Jordan Henare: 7th of December, 2018

Nelson's Santa Parade with Jordan Henare: 7th of December, 2018 Nelson's Santa Parade with Jordan Henare: 7th of December, 2018, 10.57 MB
Fri 7 Dec 2018

This week saw controversy sparked out of the Nelson Santa Parade when a Non-Traditional Santa was represented this year.

This year’s Santa wore a red korowai, held a taiaha and was Maori.

People from Nelson having a variety of opinions, some said that Santa has always been a jolly white man in a red suit and it was distressing for children to be confronted with this representation. The comment section around these stories left space for many to leave racist remarks resulting in the comment sections being disabled for a stuff article on the topic. The Nelson Deputy mayor Paul Matheson also remarked that he found the commentary on the matter to be “ quite sick”.   

Nelson Council’s decision for this year’s Santa also received a great deal of support for leaning into multiculturalism, and giving the space for Maori representation in what is typically an eurocentric image.

Therapeutic Care Worker, Jordan Henare who works with children and youth in New Zealand joined Laura Kvigstad to discuss what the it meant to see Maori representation in an image that is dominated by European ideals.  

Nuclear Free New Zealand: 7th of December, 2018

Nuclear Free New Zealand: 7th of December, 2018 Nuclear Free New Zealand: 7th of December, 2018, 5.34 MB
Fri 7 Dec 2018

In the theme of militarization of the pacific for wire worry week, Friday wire took a different angle with it, look at New Zealand's resistance to nuclear militarization in the pacific across history. Laura Kvigstad reports the key factors that culminated to the attack on the rainbow warrior before it set out to on an an anti-nuclear mission.