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The Wire with Laura: 31st of May, 2019

The Wire with Laura: 31st of May, 2019 The Wire with Laura: 31st of May, 2019, 101.97 MB
Fri 31 May 2019

Budget spinners: 31th May, 2019

Budget spinners: 31th May, 2019 Budget spinners: 31th May, 2019, 8.27 MB
Fri 31 May 2019

The Friday Wire team discusses media reaction to the National party's release of a version of the government's "well-being budget" before it was due for publication.

Rescuing Hedgehogs with Peg Logue: 31st of May, 2019

Rescuing Hedgehogs with Peg Logue: 31st of May, 2019 Rescuing Hedgehogs with Peg Logue: 31st of May, 2019, 5.35 MB
Fri 31 May 2019

The Mental Health and Addiction Inquiry with James Ranstead: May 30, 2019

The Mental Health and Addiction Inquiry with James Ranstead: May 30, 2019 The Mental Health and Addiction Inquiry with James Ranstead: May 30, 2019, 4.72 MB
Thu 30 May 2019

The government has accepted 38 out of 40 of the recommendations made by the mental health and addiction inquiry report. Olivia Holdsworth spoke to NZ Union of Students' Associations National President James Ranstead about how recommendations and began by asking how the union feels about about the government’s response to the mental health and addiction inquiry.

 

How was the Budget hack possible?: May 30, 2019

How was the Budget hack possible?.mp3 mp3, 14.79 MB
Thu 30 May 2019

Stewart speaks to technology commentator, Paul Brislen, about how the hack that enabled the National Party to access budget details early could have occured. They also discuss how National was able to leak Budget details without anyone in the government knowing.

Budget PR with Ben Thomas: May 30, 2019

Budget PR with Ben Thomas: May 30, 2019 Budget PR with Ben Thomas: May 30, 2019, 5.21 MB
Thu 30 May 2019

Another angle to this whole budget debacle is the PR side. Who is responsible for the blunder, or at least, who has to take the fall. Former political PR person Ben Thomas knows a lot about all of that, Stewart Sowman-Lund spoke to him and asked him just how bad this all is for the government.

Teachers Mega-strike report: May 30th, 2019

Teachers Mega-strike report: May 30th, 2019 Teachers Mega-strike report: May 30th, 2019, 5.56 MB
Thu 30 May 2019

Yesterday Sherry went down to the teachers strike in Aotea Sqaure, to talk to some of the teachers involved in the protest. She gives us the highlights of her favourite signs and asks the teachers what they hope to change after the strikes. It will be interesting to see if and how this is reflected in the budget. This is the third strike from primary school teachers, and the first one involving secondary school teachers. Sherry gives us an overview of the protests so far. 

Andrew Little on the Budget: 30 May, 2019

Andrew Little on the Budget.mp3 mp3, 21.01 MB
Thu 30 May 2019

Host Stewart chats to Labour Minister Andrew Little. This week, it’s all budget - whose heads should roll for the supposed leak, which portfolios are getting a good investment, and has Labour had to sell out to New Zealand First. Have a listen.

 

Homeless art exhibition w/ Clare Caldwell: May 29th, 2019

Homeless art exibition w/ Clare Caldwell Homeless art exibition w/ Clare Caldwell, 9.88 MB
Wed 29 May 2019

‘This is where I live’ is an art exhibition opening tonight at Merge Cafe on K rd. The project is an international exchange of art created by people who have experienced homelessness. Sherry talks with the curator Clare Caldwell on the exchange of Art from different cities, the importance of showing the perspective of our Homeless community, the paradigm shifts she hopes in our dialogues around supporting them and the role of visual art.

Sherry Begins by asking Clare how she is feeling with the opening of the exhibition.

The exhibition opens tonight, Wednesday the 29th of May from 5 to 7 If anyone would like to visit the artworks, at Lifewise merge cafe on Krd. This will be running will the twelth of June, and the cafe is open from 7am to 2pm.

 

 

Teachers mega-strike live w/ Sherry: May 29, 2019

Teachers Mega-strike live w/ Sherry: May 29, 2019 Teachers Mega-strike live w/ Sherry: May 29, 2019, 4.81 MB
Wed 29 May 2019

50,000 secondary and primary school teachers are striking today, with 15,000 in Aotea square. The strikes affect seven hundred and seventy three thousand students.  The teachers strike is the largest in New Zealand so far, and involves two unions, the NZEI and the Post Primary teachers Association. However, the government is insisting it will not increase the total value of it’s offers of more than 1.2 billion over four years. Sherry reports live from the protest in Aotea square.