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Worry Week: Carmel Sepuloni

Worry Week: Carmel Sepuloni Worry Week: Carmel Sepuloni, 20.12 MB
Fri 11 May 2018

Minister of Social Development Carmel Sepuloni joins Lilian Hanly to chat about the changes the current government have made to data safety. The Minister explains the Privacy, Human Rights and Ethics Framework that has been announced in light of collective fear of data privacy breaches.

The Wire with Kelly: Friday 11 May 2018

The Wire with Kelly: Friday 11 May 2018 The Wire with Kelly: Friday 11 May 2018, 111.27 MB
Fri 11 May 2018

The 27 Year Dream

The 27 Year Dream The 27 Year Dream, 6.64 MB
Fri 11 May 2018

Fraser Grut is a 24 year old with a 27 year long dream. His project, 10,000 dreams, aims to record one person a day stating their dream in life. Kelly chatted with Fraser about the inspiration for this project and what his own dreams are for the future. 

Budget Blowout?

Budget Blowout? Budget Blowout?, 7.39 MB
Fri 11 May 2018

Producer Laura Kvigstad, spoke with AUT lecturer of Economics and Innovation on the 2018 budget. They discuss whether concerns of tax increases and over spending are warranted...

The Wire with Lachlan: Thursday 10th May

The Wire with Lachlan: Thursday 10th May The Wire with Lachlan: Thursday 10th May, 125.32 MB
Thu 10 May 2018

On today's Wire, Jemima speaks with Simon Bridges about NZ’s foreign aid budget boost and farm pollution. Neutral corner returns where Ben discusses the coverage of the U.S. pulling out of the Iran Deal. Andrew Little joins Lachlan for their regular chat where they discuss the Waka Jumping Bill and Marutūāhu deal. News Director Lillian speaks with Cherie Kurarangi Kara about police minister Stuart Nash’s worrying comments on gangs and welfare. Finally, this day in history returns where Ben takes us through J. Edgar Hoover’s appointment as director of Bureau of Investigation.

Neutral Corner: No Deal

Neutral Corner: No Deal Neutral Corner: No Deal, 3.45 MB
Thu 10 May 2018

With President Donald Trump's announcement that the United States will withdraw from the Iran Nuclear Deal, Neutral Corner looks at the coverage given by Fox News and Press TV.

This Day in History: 1924

This Day in History: 1924 This Day in History: 1924, 10.82 MB
Thu 10 May 2018

This Day in History takes us back to 1924, for the appointment of J. Edgar Hoover as Director of the Bureau of Investigation, later renamed the Federal Bureau of Investigation

How did Stephen Hawking change physics?

How did Stephen Hawking change physics? How did Stephen Hawking change physics?, 18.93 MB
Thu 10 May 2018

After the recent passing of world-renowned physicist Stephen Hawking, Maria Armoudian talked with Peter Galison, physics professor at Harvard, and Priya Natarajan, professor of astronomy and physics at Yale, about the work and legacy of Hawking within the context of physics.

The Big Q Website: http://www.thebigq.org/

Kiwibank charges interest on interest-free overdrafts

Kiwibank charges interest on interest-free overdrafts Kiwibank charges interest on interest-free overdrafts , 4.41 MB
Wed 9 May 2018

Wire producer Darashpreet Johal reports on Kiwibank charging interest on what were once interest free overdrafts for tertiary students. This has frustrated many students who argue that this is not what they signed up for. 

This piece is a follow up to Nicky Jonas' report on the issue, who first covered this in Debate

Mindkits: Printing Moa bones for education

Mindkits: Printing Moa bones for education Mindkits: Printing Moa bones for education, 14.95 MB
Wed 9 May 2018

Producer Will Talks to Tim Carr, Cheif Ninja (CEO) of Mindkits, a company that seeks to educate through 3D printing and other modern technologies such as robotics. Tim tells Will about their new initiative to 3D print Moa bones as educational tools for students and teachers, as well as what Mindkits hopes to do in education technology.
If you want to access Mindkits free resources, you can catch them on www.mindkits.co.nz/freeresources