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The Friday Wire with Laura: 29th of May, 2020

The Friday Wire with Laura: 29th of May, 2020 The Friday Wire with Laura: 29th of May, 2020, 103.4 MB
Fri 29 May 2020

Today on the show, Denise Lee from the National Party is back & joins Laura to discuss all that National Party news.

Next, Producer Louis speaks with Isabella Lenihin-Ikin from the New Zealand Union of Students Associations about Student Accommodation...

After that, Laura speaks with Internet NZ’s chief executive, Jordan Carter about the recent announcement from the government to create a legal framework to censor objectionable material online… 

& Sam speaks to music helps - a charity which provides support to musicians and workers in the music industry about what challenges Covid-19 has brought for the industry.

 

Censoring Objectionable Material Online with Jordan Carter: 29th of May, 2020

Censoring Objectionable Material Online with Jordan Carter: 29th of May, 2020 Censoring Objectionable Material Online with Jordan Carter: 29th of May, 2020, 18.46 MB
Fri 29 May 2020

Internet NZ’s chief executive, Jordan Carter joined Laura Kvigstad to discuss the recent bill from the government to create a legal framework to censor objectionable material online. Carter explains the good and the bad in the bill from his perspective. 

Free employment support from public libraries: May 28, 2020

Free employment support from public libraries: May 28, 2020 Free employment support from public libraries: May 28, 2020, 4.15 MB
Thu 28 May 2020

Stats NZ has just announced Job numbers fell by a record 37,500 in April 2020 this is a record drop. Philip Miles is the Digital Services Lead at Auckland Libraries who have a number of services available to support people in looking for, preparing for and applying for jobs.

You can find more information here

The Thursday Wire: May 28, 2020

The Thursday Wire: May 28, 2020 The Thursday Wire: May 28, 2020, 105.13 MB
Thu 28 May 2020

We have Andrew Little of course today, and we have a big ol chat touching on a range of issues but mainly the benefit announcement which has been dubbed as creating a two-tier welfare system.

Mary-Margaret brings us a little report on the governments very recent freshwater announcement this morning

We have Neighbourhood Watch of course and Zoe talks us through what’s happening for Reconciliation Week this week and the government overcompensating for job losses

Justin gives us a brief update on Hong Kong.

Finally we hear from the Auckland City Library regarding resources for those seeking employment.

Justin's International Desk: May 28, 2020

International Desk Update: May 28, 2020 International Desk Update: May 28, 2020, 3.48 MB
Thu 28 May 2020

Justin brings us an update on the happenings in Hong Kong this week. 

The Wire with Lillian: May 27, 2020

The Wire with Lillian: May 27, 2020 The Wire with Lillian: May 27, 2020, 103.5 MB
Wed 27 May 2020

On Dear Science with Marcus Jones talking about Covid-19 vaccines, the Space X launch and asteroid’s hitting earth.

We have NZ First back on the show today, but we hear from Mark Patterson the Agricultural and Primary Industry spokesperson. We talk about the budget, latest polling numbers, the NZ First Foundation and goverment reviews into government responses of Covid-19.

We hear from the Disability Rights Commissioner on how shovel ready projects should be taking accessibility into account.

And lastly, Lillian Hanly is finishing up her time here as News Director, she makes that announcement on the show today.

Haere rā, 95bFM

Haere rā, 95bFM Haere rā, 95bFM, 7.1 MB
Wed 27 May 2020

A little farewell from Lillian as she finishes up in the News and Editorial Director position. 

 

Photo credit: Charlotte Muru-Lanning

Justin's International Desk: 26th May 2020

Justin's International Desk: 26th May 2020 Justin's International Desk: 26th May 2020, 24.92 MB
Tue 26 May 2020

Justin talks about the situation in Hong Kong, as Beijing proposed imposing national security laws that could damage the city's autonomy.

COVID-19 Income Relief Payment with Brooke Fiafia: May 26 2020

COVID-19 Income Relief Payment with Brooke Fiafia: May 26 2020 COVID-19 Income Relief Payment with Brooke Fiafia: May 26 2020, 17.97 MB
Tue 26 May 2020

Yesterday morning the Government announced a new financial support for people who have lost their jobs as a result of COVID-19. Those eligible will receive a 12-week period of payments of $490 a week for full time workers, and $250 for part time. Auckland Action Against Poverty has welcomed this towards a step towards individualised benefits, but has deeper concerns. The relief payment, which is almost double that of the weekly payments under the main benefit, create what they call a "two-tier welfare system" – drawing an arbitrary distinction between 'deserving' and 'undeserving' welfare recipients.

Bronwyn brings you a report on the new financial support, speaking in particular to Brooke Fiafia, a spokesperson from AAAP who elaborates on their concerns.