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It's tempting to think of the internet as a weightless thing but, like our digital devices, it uses an increasing amount of energy. That realisation turned Belgian journalist and inventor Kris De Decker from reporting on the latest high-tech gadgets to exploring the advantages of low-tech solutions. Questioning why we always assume high-tech to be …
 
On Friday 7 October Jamie McLellan won the John Britten Black Pin at the Designers Institute of NZ's Best Design Awards, the most prestigious award on the New Zealand design calendar. Currently based in San Francisco, McLellan is the first Head of Design for Kiwi fashion brand Allbirds, known for its commitment to sustainability.…
 
The headscarves women are required to wear by the Islamic Republic of Iran are now becoming a symbol of defiance. London-based CBS News correspondent Roxana Saberi was born in the United States to an Iranian father and Japanese mother. After moving to Iran in 2003 to work as a reporter, she was arrested in 2009, accused of espionage and spent 101 d…
 
The thought of tackling an obstacle course is probably enough to make most of us break out in hives. But what about a gigantic bouncy castle billed as one of the largest inflatable obstacle courses in the world? Megaland is a colossal inflatable obstacle course, measuring an epic 300 meters long with 43 challenging obstacles along the way. Andrew B…
 
A cannabis grower who has multiple convictions for possession, supply, and cultivation tells Karyn that none of his convictions have held him back in life. He now grows for legal operations on the East Coast. His comments come as US President Joe Biden pardons thousands of American citizens with prior federal convictions for marijuana possession.…
 
Film critic Dan Slevin joins the show to share his film selections to kick-start your binge watching this weekend. Tonight Dan looks at the Oprah Winfrey-produced documentary about Sidney Poitier - the first black man to win an Oscar for Best Actor and a powerful influence during the Civil Rights movement. He also dives into Apollo 10 1/2, an anima…
 
Original works by two of Mexico's most celebrated artists are coming to Tamaki Makaurau for a special exhibition. Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera: Art and Life in Modern Mexico encompasses Kahlo's striking self-portraits and Rivera's prized easel paintings, alongside more than 150 artworks by leading Mexican artists including muralist David Siqueiros …
 
Almost 30 years after he was sent to prison Peter Ellis' child sex abuse convictions were today quashed by the Supreme Court. He served seven years in prison after being convicted in 1993 of 16 charges of sexual offending against seven children at the Christchurch creche where he worked. Stephen Ferguson was the prison chaplain at Paparua Prison wh…
 
Who ate all the pies? It turns out one women's Rugby World Cup team has given it their best shot. On the eve of the tournament's kick-off the USA team are the talk of the Northland town of Tūtūkākā, after spending over $1000 on pies for dinner at a local cafe. Leonard Powell has the story.
 
The aunt of one of the first complainants in the Peter Ellis sex abuse case accepts the legal process was flawed, but believes the former teacher is still guilty. The child in her family was interviewed by police, but was not one of the seven who Ellis was convicted of abusing. Today the Supreme Court quashed Peter Ellis' child abuse convictions, f…
 
The latest Child Poverty Report shows overall, child poverty is on the decline, in spite of Covid. But those on the frontline say there's much more to do to plug the gaps - and this year's report doesn't take into account the worst of Covid and cost of living crunch. Here's political reporter Giles Dexter.…
 
The Black Ferns will play their first match of the Rugby World Cup in front of a sellout crowd at Eden Park. This afternoon organisers confirmed there are no tickets left for tomorrow's opening match day in Auckland. Here with more is sports reporter Clay Wilson. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoI…
 
The Supreme Court has quashed the convictions of Peter Ellis, the Christchurch creche worker who was convicted of child sex offences in 1993, finding a significant miscarriage of justice. Nigel Hampton KC represented Peter Ellis at his first appeal and kept in contact with him up until his death. He talks to Lisa Owen. [embed] https://players.brigh…
 
The Supreme Court has quashed the convictions of Peter Ellis, the Christchurch creche worker who was convicted of child sex offences in 1993, finding a significant miscarriage of justice. Today's verdict marks the end of a 30-year battle by Ellis to clear his name, a decision that came three years after his death. But the parents of children of Chr…
 
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