First, Te Roopu Nahinara, National Party Member Amy Adams speaks with Laura Kvigstad about the lack of participation in the Labour Parties, tertiary fees free scheme. Then they speak on National's written question submission, which is double that of labour when National was first elected into government. Next she tells us about her thoughts on the proposal for internet voting. Finally, she gives us a hot take on feminism.
After that, Grace Watson speaks with AUSA’s welfare vice-president, Luke Kibblewhite, about how well the fees free initiative is affecting students and the barriers that young adults face accessing tertiary education.
Following that, Radio Adelaide’s, Samantha Smith catches us up on all the latest Australian news in Neighbourhood Watch. She tells Laura about the rhetoric around terrorism that has sparked in Australia following the arrest of three alleged terrorists and Prime Minister, Scott Morissons recent inflamatory remarks. Then they speak on migration in Australia and Morisson's recent emphasis on reducing permanent migration in order to combat congestion.
And finally, Auckland Universities Associate Professor, Katherine Smits, discusses what it means to be a feminist linking into some of the challenge aspects surrounding feminist rehtoric. It all gets capped off with Poll Position. Find out what the bFM listeners think about the question: Are you a feminist?