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The Wire with Lachlan: September 27, 2018

The Wire with Lachlan: September 27, 2018 The Wire with Lachlan: September 27, 2018, 124.12 MB
Thu 27 Sep 2018

First up on the Wire, Ben discusses the recent media reaction to the walkout by students at Fraser high School. Oscar then speaks with Ellie Craft about women in urbanism and inclusive cities. Andrew Little joins lachlan for their weekly chat, this week discussing the low rate of convictions for rape charges and the Bail Act. Lachlan also speaks with Ricardo Menendez March from Auckland Action Against Poverty about the invasive nature of benefit fraud investigations. Finally, This Day in History looks at the 1988 formation of the national league for democracy in Myanmar.

 

A City for All: Designing Inclusiveness into our Urban Environment; September 27, 2018

A City for All: Designing Inclusiveness into our Urban Environment; September 27, 2018 A City for All: Designing Inclusiveness into our Urban Environment; September 27, 2018 , 32.86 MB
Thu 27 Sep 2018

Reporter Oscar Perress spoke to Ellie Craft of Women in Urbanism about how we can design our cities to better suit the needs of all, especially those who are underrepresented in the professional structures charged with upgrading Auckland and other cities across Aotearoa.   

Married at first sight - investigative practices by the Ministry of Social Development: September 27, 2018

Married at first sight - investigative practices by the Ministry of Social Development: September 27, 2018 Married at first sight - investigative practices by the Ministry of Social Development: September 27, 2018, 17.4 MB
Thu 27 Sep 2018

Eleven thousand calls were made to the Ministry of Social development benefit fraud hotline resulting in just over 400 convictions. The ministry can investigate people without their knowledge, often asking associates personal questions about the person’s life. Over 3000 of these calls were accusations a person was in a relationship in the nature of marriage, which can result in their individual benefits being stopped if the Ministry finds they are dependant on the other person. Lachlan spoke with Ricardo Menéndez March from Auckland Action Against Poverty about the system and its flaws.

The mass walkout that wasn't

The mass walkout that wasn't The mass walkout that wasn't, 11.88 MB
Thu 27 Sep 2018

In the wake of controversial statements by Fraser High School Principal Virginia Crawford, we look at how the media reported on the eventual walkout by a disputed number of students.

This day in history: September 27, 2018

This day in history: 27th September, 2018 This day in history: 27th September, 2018, 18.95 MB
Thu 27 Sep 2018

This day in history goes back to 1988 for the formation of Myanmar's National League for Democracy following mass protests.

Report: Gambling in Video Games: September 26, 2018

Report: Gambling in Video Games: September 26, 2018 Report: Gambling in Video Games: September 26, 2018, 8.22 MB
Wed 26 Sep 2018

Reporter Daniel Meech speaks to Andree Froude and Maria Bellringer about gambling in videogames, the effects it may be having on children, and whether more needs to be done to regulate it.

Report: Auckland's Heritage Festival: September 26, 2018

Report: Auckland's Heritage Festival: September 26, 2018 Report: Auckland's Heritage Festival: September 26, 2018, 4.81 MB
Wed 26 Sep 2018

Lisa Boudet talks about Auckland’s Heritage Festival with its director, Cara Cantwell.

The Wire with Lillian: Wednesday September 26th, 2018

The Wire with Lillian: Wednesday September 26th, 2018 The Wire with Lillian: Wednesday September 26th, 2018, 105.14 MB
Wed 26 Sep 2018

For Dear Science we talk about lab fires, hangry-ness, and gene drives

From NZ First, Fletcher Tabuteau talks to us about parliamentary urgency, the UN and the war on drugs.

Reporter Daniel Meech speaks to Andree Froude and Maria Bellringer about gambling in videogames, the effects it may be having on children, and whether more needs to be done to regulate it.

Lisa talks about Auckland’s Heritage Festival with its director, Cara Cantwell

Dear Science with Allan Blackman: September 26, 2018

Dear Science with Allan Blackman: September 26, 2018 Dear Science with Allan Blackman: September 26, 2018, 34.08 MB
Wed 26 Sep 2018

AUT's Allan Blackman is back! After a few weeks working and vacationing in Italy and France, he braves the cold and rain to talk about lab fires (and potential uselessness of Health and Safety procedures), hangry-ness (which he's sceptical about due to lack of anecdotal experience), and gene drives (and whether eradicating a mosquito is alright or not). 

Justin's International Special: 4 years on from the Occupy Central Movement in Hong Kong

Justin's International Special: 4 years on from the Occupy Central Movement in Hong Kong Justin's International Special: 4 years on from the Occupy Central Movement in Hong Kong, 81.63 MB
Tue 25 Sep 2018

This Friday (28th September) marks the 4th anniversary of the Occupy Central movement in Hong Kong.  Why did this protest happen?  What has happened since? What does the city's future lead to?  Justin talked to activist Agnes Chow and former lawmaker Dr Kenneth Chan to find out.