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Neighbourhood Watch

Nicole Wedding from Radio Adelaide talks about the latest news from our friends and foes in Australia.

Neighbourhood Watch: August 6, 2020

Neighbourhood Watch: August 6, 2020 Neighbourhood Watch: August 6, 2020, 18.91 MB
Thu 6 Aug 2020

Justin caught up with Zoe and talked about the renewal of eight 2008 Close the Gap targets to improve the lives of Aboriginal Australians and Torres Strait Islanders, after reviews found most have failed.  They also talked about the coronavirus outbreak in Victoria, as more than 700 cases are confirmed in one day.

Neighbourhood Watch: July 23rd, 2020

Neighbourhood Watch: July 23rd, 2020 Neighbourhood Watch: July 23rd, 2020, 15.53 MB
Thu 23 Jul 2020

On Neighbourhood Watch, Justin and Zoe discussed about updates in welfare in Australia, new federal environmental laws, and a campagin on raising the age of criminal responsibility.

Neighbourhood Watch: 16th July 2020

Neighbourhood Watch: 16th July 2020 Neighbourhood Watch: 16th July 2020, 21.64 MB
Thu 16 Jul 2020

On Neighbourhood Watch, Justin and Zoe talked about the coronavirus situation in New South Wales, the released correspondence between Buckingham Palace and Governor-General SIr John Kerr during the sacking of Prime Minister Gough Whitlam in 1974, and a Truth and Justice Commission for Aboriginal People in Victoria.

Neighbourhood Watch: July 09 2020

Neighbourhood Watch: July 09 2020 Neighbourhood Watch: July 09 2020, 10.53 MB
Thu 9 Jul 2020

This week in Neighbourhood Watch, Zoe updates us on the situation at Melbourne Towers, and the border between Victoria and New South Wales being closed

Neighbourhood Watch: July 2, 2020

Neighbourhood Watch: July 2, 2020 Neighbourhood Watch: July 2, 2020, 13.05 MB
Thu 2 Jul 2020

In this week's Neighbourhood Watch, Zoe explains a second wave of COVID-19 happening in Victoria and New South Wales, and we find out where funding for the arts is going at the moment.

Neighborhood Watch: 25th June 2020

Neighborhood Watch: 25th June 2020 Neighborhood Watch: 25th June 2020, 16.88 MB
Thu 25 Jun 2020

Justin talked to Radio Adelaide's Zoe Kounadis on university fees increases, border restrictions on some states, and community TV station closures.

Neighbourhood Watch: June 18, 2020

Neighbourhood Watch: June 18, 2020 Neighbourhood Watch: June 18, 2020, 12.07 MB
Thu 18 Jun 2020

This week in Neighbourhood Watch, Zoe explains the legacy of branch stacking in Australian politics, and the latest comments by Scott Morrison about the history of slavery.

Neighbourhood Watch: May 28, 2020

Neighbourhood Watch: May 28, 2020 Neighbourhood Watch: May 28, 2020, 28.01 MB
Thu 28 May 2020

On Neighbourhood Watch this week Zoe talks us through what is happening for Reconciliation Week in Te Whenua Moemoeā or Australia, including the explosion of an area of sacred land for a mine, we also touch on the amount of money borrowed by the government which was double what was needed and how that money will not be redistributed to other people in need.

Neighbourhood Watch: April 30, 2020

Neighbourhood Watch: April 30, 2020 Neighbourhood Watch: April 30, 2020, 11.83 MB
Thu 30 Apr 2020

Despite warnings by many public health experts that changing seasonal flu strains were beginning to contribute to higher mortality rates, the notion that a pandemic may hit was largely ignored throughout the last decade. Even now, the Australian government is focussing more on pointing a finger at China, who Scott Morrison posits is accountable for generating coronavirus. Mary-Margaret asked Zoe Kounadis about that this week, and if that rhetoric is taking off.

Neighbourhood Watch: April 23, 2020

Neighbourhood Watch: April 23, 2020 Neighbourhood Watch: April 23, 2020, 9.71 MB
Thu 23 Apr 2020

This week in Neighbourhood Watch, Zoe updates Mary-Margaret on what Adelaide looks like now that the country has flattened their COVID-19 curve. Zoe explains what has happened to Virgin airline and what its fate might look like. They also discuss what’s happened to Scott Morrison administration since a pirating of Malcolm Turnbull's memoirs, and an exciting kangaroo sighting.