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RNZ Corona-Podcast

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Über die aktuellen Entwicklungen der Corona-Pandemie sprechen RNZ-Chefredakteur Klaus Welzel und Politik-Redakteur Benjamin Auber mit Fachleuten wie dem Virologen Hans-Georg Kräusslich.
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Tonight on The Panel, Wallace Chapman and panellists James Elliott and Jo McCarroll discuss Australia's proposed youth social media ban, and the start of Schools Pride Week. James Elliott is a lawyer and English language teacher. Jo McCarroll is the editor of the NZ Gardener magazine.
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Brad Foster reports on protests in response to a proposed windfarm off the New South Wales coast by residents and a promise by the Opposition that should they win the next election they will not be built. He also foreshadows tonight's NSW Budget, and talks weather, rents and skinny dipping in Tasmania.…
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On today's episode, a passenger onboard Virgin Australia flight VA148 from Queenstown to Melbourne which was involved in a suspected bird strike describes the ordeal. Nelson's mayor Dr Nick Smith discusses the ramifications of using unconsented granny flats to increase housing supply. The police discuss Operation Hotpot. And a Real Estate agent is …
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Auckland real estate agent Janet Dickson is in court seeking a judicial review against her industry body over mandatory Te Tiriti training. RNZ te manu korihi reporter Pokere Paewai is covering the hearing and spoke to Charlotte Cook on Midday Report.
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On today's episode, Passengers on a terrifying Boeing 737 flight have spent the night in Invercargill. Flames were clearly seen coming from the aircraft as it gained altitude over the Shotover Delta. Queenstown Airport's chief executive shed some light on birdstrike in the area, and we heard from a pilot about how it feels inside the plane. In othe…
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Prime Minister Christopher Luxon is in Japan this morning, although getting there didn't go to plan. Luxon had to catch a commercial flight to Tokyo after the Defence Force plane blew two fuses while refuelling in Papua New Guinea. Is it time to be flying commercial on every trip? Finance Minister Nicola Willis spoke to Ingrid Hipkiss.…
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