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Today on the second half of The Panel, Wallace and panellists Lynda Hallinan and Mark Sainsbury talk about the life of legendary country singer Loretta Lynn and what the Chief Ombudsman has called the entirely preventable death of a five year old Tauranga boy. Plus they discuss tiny homes and the call of the kookaburra in Aotearoa.…
 
What's good in long/short form podcasts and what's bad in podcast advertising. Today Paul Bushnell is stepping back from recommending specific podcasts to talk about whether short or long-form podcast series are better, and what kind of podcast advertising is a real turn-off. But in doing so he'll discuss Empire and Don't Mind Cruxmont - which he h…
 
Voting for your local council and ward candidates closes at midday on Saturday. You can drop your vote in one of the many ballot boxes dotted throughout supermarkets, libraries, and council buildings. Councils are responsible for rates, rubbish management, local roads, animal policies such as whether you can keep hens in your backyard, how much it …
 
People have until Saturday to pop their local government vote in one of the many ballot boxes dotted throughout supermarkets, libraries, and council buildings. Councils are responsible for local roads, whether you can keep chickens in your backyard, how much it costs to swim at your local pool - and whether you even have one - and, for decades, the…
 
The Chief Ombudsman says the death of a 5 year old, Malachi Subecz, could have been prevented had Oranga Tamariki done its job properly. In a rare move, Peter Boshier has publicly released his findings into the complaints he received from Malachi's family. The five-year-old died in hospital of injuries caused by his carer in November 2021. They wer…
 
Dr Toni Lindsay is a clinical and health psychologist, and author of The Certainty Myth; a guide for anyone struggling with uncertainty in their life. Whether it's caused by the pandemic, a relationship breakdown, job loss, illness or something else, uncertainty can often lead to anxiety. But Dr Toni Lindsay has practical tools to help manage the a…
 
Music commentator Kirsten Zemke joins Kathryn to talk about the ingredients to an "epic" playlist in an era where technology makes it easier than ever to compile options for you. What makes a song epic - and what would make your list? Kirsten Zemke is an ethnomusicologist at the University of Auckland's School of Social Sciences.…
 
Twenty years ago female rugby players were regarded as 'Weirdos' says Black Ferns assistant coach Wes Clarke - but now the country is getting behind them. The Black Ferns will defend their world crown when the World Cup kicks off at Eden Park on Saturday - the first time the women's tournament has been held in the southern hemisphere. Sports editor…
 
Palmerston North - a city of more than 90,000 people - is facing some hefty issues. A new wastewater scheme could cost nearly half a billion dollars, there is a shortage of housing, and the city's pot hole plague is causing widespread consternation. But turnout in recent local body elections has been poor, and the trend shows no sign of improving t…
 
A 501 deportee, turned Evangelist Chaplain promised god he would never fire another gun - a promise that became near impossible to keep when he ended up working on the front line in Ukraine. After months of humanitarian work Owen Pomana found himself embedded with a Ukraininan Special Forces Unit, in the south east near Kherson - spending much of t…
 
Are you cut out for the coast? That's the question West Coast Development is asking in a bid to attract local and international workers. They're looking for people who want to be weekday warriors, not just weekend warriors - boasting that they have mountains, sea and forest on tap. The campaign is targeting health workers first in a collaboration w…
 
An iwi leader says a co-ownership structure for land in Tauranga signals a new era of co-operation. Ngāi Te Rangi chair Paora Stanley says working with the city council has been very difficult in the past. But the council has now approved a plan that will see a central city block of land be co-governed by the council and mana whenua. Ashleigh McCau…
 
Disability advocates are criticising a move by Auckland Transport to replace some trains with buses to allow for track maintenance. Work will begin early next year to rebuild foundations underneath three major railway lines, and will continue for two years. Auckland Transport says an alternative mobility taxi will likely be available, but they'll b…
 
Health officials warned the government not to strip emergency housing users of protection under the Residential Tenancies Act saying removing such rights couldn't be justified. The government went ahead anyway in 2020 and documents released under the Official Information Act show housing officials did not want people finding out what they were enti…
 
The government is today announcing a funding boost to double the country's multi-million dollar aquaculture industry workforce. It says a skilled workforce is needed to reach the goal of growing the industry's annual sales from more than 600 million to three billion by 2035. Samantha Gee has more.
 
The Auckland mayoralty is a two-horse race between Efeso Collins and Wayne Brown. Polls put the independent candidate Wayne Brown between one and four percent ahead of Efeso Collins, who has the endorsement of Labour and the Greens. Just four days out from the results being announced, reporter Jonty Dine has spoken to voters.…
 
The National Party leader says the situation in New Zealand is different to the UK where tax cuts have contributed to market turmoil. The British Government's tax cut plans, funded by a hike in borrowing caused the pound to plunge last week. On Tuesday UK Chancellor of the Exchequor Kwasi Kwarteng announced the plan to cut the top tax rate had been…
 
A teachers' union leader is advocating for high schools to ditch streaming, which arranges students into classes based on their perceived ability. It's been shown to be particularly harmful to Maori and Pacific children, and schools that have abandoned the practice have seen improvements. The PPTA's vice president Chris Abercrombie says his pitch t…
 
The women's rugby world cup kicks off at Eden Park this Saturday, and it's already attracting record numbers. Organisers say they're poised to create history on day one by bringing in the biggest audience a women's rugby match has ever seen. It could be the first women's sport event to fill Eden Park. Lauren Crimp reports.…
 
A former police officer says increased police patrols in shopping malls may shift smash and grabs to more isolated stores. The police say they are increasing foot and vehicle patrols at malls after a series of violent robberies, mostly targeting jewellery stores. Reporter Mohammad Alafeshat talked to shoppers at Auckland's Westfield St Lukes.…
 
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