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The Tuesday Wire with Justin: 26th May 2020

The Tuesday Wire with Justin: 26th May 2020 The Tuesday Wire with Justin: 26th May 2020, 89.4 MB
Tue 26 May 2020

Oscar Perress talked to Auckland Councillor Tracy Mulholland of the Whau Ward about council rates.

International Desk reports on a proposed national security legislation in Hong Kong.

Justin Wong spoke to Greg Treadwell, AUT's head of journalism, about the purchase of Stuff and Mediaworks cutting 130 jobs.

Bronnie Wilde talked to Brooke Fiafia of Auckland Action Against Proverty about the government's new income support scheme.

City Counselling w/ Cr Tracy Mulholland; 26 May, 2020

City Counselling w/ Cr Tracy Mulholland; 26 May, 2020 City Counselling w/ Cr Tracy Mulholland; 26 May, 2020, 17.12 MB
Tue 26 May 2020

This week on City Counselling, we talk to Cr Tracy Mulholland about engagement, engagement, engagement with a side of the Auckland Council Budget and rates. Tune into find out more! 

 

A New Turn for New Zealand Media?: May 26 2020

A New Turn for New Zealand Media?: May 26 2020 A New Turn for New Zealand Media?: May 26 2020, 21.61 MB
Tue 26 May 2020

Stuff has been bought by CEO for a dollar from Australia's Nine while Mediaworks announced it will cut 130 jobs.  Justin talked to AUT's Greg Treadwell about their effects on the future of New Zealand media.

The Big Q: Why do human rights campaigns fail in China? May 25, 2020

The Big Q: Why do human rights campaigns fail in China? May 25, 2020 The Big Q: Why do human rights campaigns fail in China? May 25, 2020, 21.73 MB
Mon 25 May 2020

Why have so many human rights campaigns, such as Free Tibet and the Falun Gong, failed in China? Why have others such as better environmental protection and HIV/Aids care fared better? What have the costs been on political movements with the more successful campaigns? What activism can work in the authoritarian country? Maria Armoudian speaks with Stephen Noakes.

For more stories like this head to www.thebigq.org 

The Wire with Sherry: 25th of 2020

The Wire with Sherry: 25th of 2020 The Wire with Sherry: 25th of 2020, 107.23 MB
Mon 25 May 2020

This week on the Wire: 

Green party co-leader James Shaw responds to criticims from the climate change commission regarding the budget in adequetly adressing climate change concerns. 

Southern Cross segment continues with Pacific Media Centre contributing editor Sri Krishnamurthi on the arrest of Papua New Guinea president, New Caledonia pro-independence movement, sale of stuff and NZ media.  

James Tapp speaks to Cornwall Park director Michael Ayrton on road restrictions in the park. 

James provides a report on the relaxing of building resource consents and Resource Management Act. 

Cornwall Parks Road Restrictions w/ Michael Ayron : May 25th, 2020

Cornwall Parks Road Restrictions w/ Michael Ayron : May 25th, 2020 Cornwall Parks Road Restrictions w/ Michael Ayron : May 25th, 2020, 9.27 MB
Mon 25 May 2020

Over level 4, 3 and 2, Cornwall park has had their road access restricted, with only elderly, those with disabilities and those with young children still allowed to use the restricted roads. With these closures, the park has seen a positive response, with members of the public able to safely social distance. James talks to Cornwall parks director, Michael Aryton, about how the park has found lockdown.

Hospitality During and After Lockdown w/ Chloe Ann King

Hospitality During and After Lockdown w/ Chloe Ann King Hospitality During and After Lockdown w/ Chloe Ann King, 30.46 MB
Fri 22 May 2020

Sam talks to Chloe Ann King, an advocate for hospitality workers, about the lockdown's impact on workers and what may lay ahead. 

The Wire with Laura: 22nd of May, 2020

The Wire with Laura: 22nd of May, 2020 The Wire with Laura: 22nd of May, 2020, 101.48 MB
Fri 22 May 2020

On this weeks Friday Wire...

The four day work week rhetoric has popped up with Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern saying a shift to this structure of work may help the economy… Professor of Human Resource Management, Jarrod Haar and 'achitect of the four day work week' Andrew Barnes join Laura Kvigstad to discuss how four day work weeks function. 

 

After that, Sam Denne speaks with Advocate for Hospitality Worker's Rights, Chloe Anne King on how hospitality as an industry has had to shift with the pandemic and some of the issues in terms of worker exploitation that are more apparent at this time. 

Finally, the National Party was amongst their caucus meeting to decide whether there would be a change of leadership. Former Politician, Peter Dunne, and Associate Professor in Politics, Grant Duncan joined Laura to discuss the leadership challenges for the National Party and what this could mean for our political landscape with an election on the horizon. 

 

The Four Day Work Week with Jarrod Haar and Andrew Barnes: 22nd of May, 2020

The Four Day Work Week with Jarrod Haar and Andrew Barnes: 22nd of May, 2020 The Four Day Work Week with Jarrod Haar and Andrew Barnes: 22nd of May, 2020, 32.42 MB
Fri 22 May 2020

The four day work week rhetoric has popped up with Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern saying a shift to this structure of work may help the economy… Professor of Human Resource Management, Jarrod Haar and 'achitect of the four day work week' Andrew Barnes join Laura Kvigstad to discuss how four day work weeks function. 

 

Simon Bridges Leadership Challenge with Grant Duncan and Peter Dunne: 22nd of May, 2020

Simon Bridges Leadership Challenge with Grant Duncan and Peter Dunne: 22nd of May, 2020 Simon Bridges Leadership Challenge with Grant Duncan and Peter Dunne: 22nd of May, 2020, 34.35 MB
Fri 22 May 2020

The National Party was amongst their caucus meeting to decide whether there would be a change of leadership at the time of this Wire. Former Politician, Peter Dunne, and Associate Professor in Politics, Grant Duncan joined Laura Kvigstad to discuss the leadership challenges for the National Party and what this could mean for our political landscape with an election on the horizon