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Gisborne residents are concerned they have had to wait months to get a driving test - sometimes up to a year. Covid restrictions have caused a backlog of more than 40-thousand licence tests around the country, but some areas are feeling it more than others. Karyn speaks with Tracey Shepherd from REAP Aotearoa supporting rural and provincial communi…
 
Wellington's mayor Andy Foster has backed down on a controversial idea to sell part of the city's earthquake-prone library to help pay for the cost of upgrading it. Is cancel culture a winner as a political issue? Anecdotal evidence suggests if you didn't own a home by the age of 40 today, you never would, housing and public policy researcher Dr Ka…
 
Kathryn talks with educator, speaker and author Gill Connell about the importance of movement in getting young children ready for the classroom and learning. She says kids are born to move, and in the early years it is the body actually teaching the brain how to accept, assimilate, process, and use information. Gill's books include A Moving Child I…
 
The Silver Ferns paid the price for a lethargic start as Australia bounced back to win the second netball test 45-36 in Christchurch last night. It represented a 14-goal turnaround after New Zealand clinched the opening match of the four-test series 49-44. The Constellation Cup will be decided this weekend when the teams meet twice more in Christch…
 
In this week's Midweek Mediawatch, Hayden Donnell talks to Karyn Hay about RNZ and TVNZ's bosses getting grilled by MPs about balance, bias and biting the hand that feeds (but not much about the proposal to replace both broadcasters within three years) - and the retirement of a much-admired reporter at the Herald.…
 
Should we raise GST to 16 % for Aucklanders, in order to help pay for infrastructure? As names come in and out fashion, research shows people do have pre-conceived ideas about what a person’s name says about them. A chef says Kiwis need to keep a keen mind when they're slicing dinner with the flood of super-sharp knives given out in a supermarket…
 
Police have charged a 27 year old male in Christchurch with threatening to kill after online threats were made to Linwood Islamic Centre and Al Noor Mosque. Karyn will speak with RNZ News reporter, Anan Zaki, who is attending the Police media conference tonight.
 
Associate Professor Geoff Willmott, MacDiarmid Institute Deputy Director for Commercialisation and Industry Engagement, and Associate Professor of Physics at the University of Auckland gives us his scientific take on the stillsuit from Dune, the water-saving suit that recycled sweat and other fluids.…
 
Associate Professor Geoff Willmott, MacDiarmid Institute Deputy Director for Commercialisation and Industry Engagement, and Associate Professor of Physics at the University of Auckland gives us his scientific take on the stillsuit from Dune, the water-saving suit that recycled sweat and other fluids.…
 
A man who narrowly escaped being trampled by race horses after invading the track on Wellington Cup Day is banned for life from all racetracks around the country. Justin Bergman pleaded guilty to criminal nuisance and disrupting a public meeting over his actions on the 30 January. Ruth Hill was at the Hutt Valley District Court today and filed this…
 
Gisborne residents say there are extraordinary waits to sit driving tests, putting the brakes on people getting jobs. But driving test operators insist more testing spaces and staff coming to deal with the massive backlog. Our Tairawhiti reporter Tom Kitchin has more.
 
Cabinet will decide on Friday whether to pull Auckland out of Covid-19 alert level 3 lockdown, and what will happen with alert level 2 for the rest of the country. It has been four straight days with zero new community cases of Covid-19. Associate Health Minister Peeni Henare joins Lisa Owen.
 
Another 88,000 students at more than 300 schools and kura across the country are now receiving free lunches. Education Minister Chris Hipkins made the announcement at Tauranga's Welcome Bay school this morning. And what are the lunches like? Our reporter Riley Kennedy went to find out.
 
Today marks a fourth straight day without any new cases of Covid-19 being found in the community. More than 68,000 tests have been processed in the last week - but a number of results are still outstanding. Director General of Health Ashley Bloomfield says all the latest numbers will inform his advice to Cabinet on alert levels. Otago University Pr…
 
The government is being pressed for more information about how it will roll out the Covid-19 vaccine to priority groups. Almost 9,431 front line border workers have received a vaccine so far - their families and front line health workers are next in line. One group of people who comes into constant contact with the public are bus drivers. They too …
 
One of the world's biggest shipping companies is being told to use New Zealand crew to move empty containers from Auckland to the South Island. Faced with delays in the North Island, Maersk is bringing in two ships to shift containers to South Island ports to meet export demands. But the Maritime Union says the company should be using New Zealand r…
 
Ports of Auckland is being warned it must accept all findings and recommendations of a review into health and safety. Workplace Relations and Safety Minister Michael Wood is warning the port is on notice, following serious safety issues. Auckland Council initiated a review into safety at the port following the death of two workers in recent years. …
 
The strongest evidence yet that Pharmac's brand switch of epilepsy drugs may have been a factor in fatal seizures was heard at an inquest today. The inquest is looking into the death of six patients who died after the brand of drug changed. Paediatric neurologist Cynthia Sharpe said she had serious concerns the brand switch was a factor in the deat…
 
Destiny Church leader Brian Tamaki says he was well within his rights to leave Auckland on Saturday night following the official announcement the city would enter level 3 lockdown at 6am the following morning. Tamaki and his wife Hannah went to Rotorua late on Saturday night and told a church service on Sunday morning they had done so in order to a…
 
Wellington's mayor Andy Foster has backed down on a controversial idea to sell part of the city's earthquake-prone library to help pay for the cost of upgrading it. Is cancel culture a winner as a political issue? Anecdotal evidence suggests if you didn't own a home by the age of 40 today, you never would, housing and public policy researcher Dr Ka…
 
Wellington's mayor Andy Foster has backed down on a controversial idea to sell part of the city's earthquake-prone library to help pay for the cost of upgrading it. High school principals in Auckland are calling for the Government to fund more home internet connections. There's still a ferocious debate going about whether in decking the ridging sho…
 
Wellington's mayor Andy Foster has backed down on a controversial idea to sell part of the city's earthquake-prone library to help pay for the cost of upgrading it. High school principals in Auckland are calling for the Government to fund more home internet connections. There's still a ferocious debate going about whether in decking the ridging sho…
 
There are many traditions, events and customs in New Zealand that seem ‘upside-down’. Why do we have winter meals at Christmas time and celebrate spring festivals in autumn? Our regular historian, Grant Morris says this only makes sense when we examine our history. It also helps us to explore the nature of Pakeha NZ culture and raises questions…
 
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