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Almost overnight, the coronavirus has changed everything. Grocery stores are open; schools, bars and restaurants are closed. At $37, round-trip airfare from Tampa to Las Vegas is cheaper than alcohol-based hand sanitizer ($51, available on Amazon in 10 days). The public demands information, then short circuits like the New York Stock Exchange when too much of it is bad. Shoppers are emptying shelves of disinfectants, which at least makes some degree of sense, and toilet paper, which makes no ...
 
We want to offer you some much needed clarity on Brexit by bringing in the most straight-talking experts from all fields, as well as normal people from all walks of life and from both sides of the issue, to document a snapshot of public opinion about this generation-defining issue.
 
Timeless Practical Wisdom For Living a Meaningful Life Inspiring stories and practical advice from creatives, entrepreneurs, change-makers, misfits, and rebels to help you become successful on your own terms Our listeners say, “If TEDTalks met Oprah you’d have the Unmistakable Creative.” Eliminate the feeling of being stuck in your life, blocked in your creativity, and discover higher levels of meaning and purpose in your life and career. Listen to deeply personal, insightful, and thought-pr ...
 
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The head of Greenpeace says it doesn't make sense to delay important climate change plans. The government has pushed back its Emissions Reduction Plan by six months. It's due to the inability to consult with key players relating to the plan during the Covid-19 outbreak. Executive Director of Greenpeace Russel Norman says the process could've been d…
 
When it rains it pours, and it’s pouring for the National Party isn’t it? 21% in that poll last night is horrific, but given the horrors of the last couple of weeks, really no surprise. This does nothing but reinforce the same point that we keep making, which is Collins has to go. At some point. Why don’t we just deal with the thing that you want t…
 
Along with the many useful and constructive benefits of technology, we need to be mindful of the vices that come with it. Having access to a cyber-universe at our fingertips can be severely detrimental to our focus, squashing our productivity into a shadow of what it once was. The result? A weakened sense of well-being, accomplishment and purpose. …
 
Name suppression has been brought into the spotlight this week. Europeans are 3x more likely to be granted name suppression that Māori. But is the because 3x more Europeans apply? University of Canterbury, Dean of Law Professor Ursula Cheer says unless proper empirical investigation is done, we won’t know if there is bias. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Five Wellington students are developing a paper stick to test for spiked drinks. The prototype turns brown, when doused with a sample of a drink with rohypnol present. Wellington East Girls' College's Ava Richardson-Lane says now they're working on making the stick itself less toxic and safer to use. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Associate Minister of Health Dr Ayesha Verrall has admitted she is worried by the number of cases linked to Middlemore Hospital after a new emergency department patient was found to have Covid-19. Wider testing meant the person was picked up today and tested positive. She said the Government is "doing everything they can" to control the outbreak. W…
 
I’m not sure we should be worried that we’ve been left out of this new Australia-UK-US defence pact. I see that we’re already doing the thing we always do, which is to turn this into a story about ourselves and about how we’ve been "left out" and "sidelined." But I’m not sure that is the right way to frame this. How could we possibly be part of thi…
 
Monoclonal antibodies are being labelled a game changer for those with Covid-19. The government’s working on approving and funding drugs which work to help boost your immune system once you get Covid. Ashley Bloomfield today stressed that they work alongside vaccines not as a replacement. Kurt Krause an infectious diseases physician at Otago Univer…
 
Foodstuffs North Island says it would be happy to support a consumer-focused code of conduct for the supermarket industry. Supermarkets have also come under fire for the way that they deal with their suppliers, but Foodstuffs North Island Chief Executive Chris Quinn told Mike Hosking this morning that he thinks the relationship is a healthy one. Ch…
 
Auckland parents are begging schools to bring the holidays forward, so they fall during lockdown rather than during lockdown. President of New Zealand Educational Institute Liam Rutherford says it will mean a really long term four. He says last lockdown, a lot of wellbeing issues didn't come when kids were back in classrooms but weeks later. LISTEN…
 
Have you ever had those days where stress and anxiety are weighing you down? Meditation is humanities number 1 tool for dealing with stress. The issue is, most of us lack the knowledge and training to do it effectively. We need guidance. Emily Fletcher is the founder of Ziva Meditation and author of Stress Less, Accomplish More. Take a listen to fi…
 
Apple unveiled the iPhone 13 range today, and it's going to hit the New Zealand's shelves next week. The phones are priced between $1200 and $3000. Tech commentator Paul Spain talked to Heather du Plessis-Allan about the new range. LISTEN ABOVEโดย Newstalk ZB
 
Waimate could soon have an Energy-from-Waste plant. South Island Resource Recovery is looking into the viability of building this plant near the South Canterbury town which would burn rubbish in order to generate power. The mayor of Weymouth, says that the proposal could create many benefits for the district. Director on the board, Paul Taylor says…
 
One word: Why? Why did Janet Wilson give that interview to the Spinoff? This is not good strategy. Janet Wilson was Judith Collins’ press secretary during the last election campaign. She was asked by the Spinoff news website for an interview and declined. But after Collins had a go at Siouxsie Wiles last week, out of the blue on Saturday, Janet tex…
 
Social media can make it easier for people to be abusive. Otago University mental health specialist Chris Gale says social media played a part in the reaction people had to the couple that fled Auckland lockdown for Wanaka. He says social media such as Facebook or Twitter makes it easier for people to hide behind a screen and be horrible. He also s…
 
The Covid-19 Response Minister's explained why Monday's MIQ voucher release won't be for travellers from Australia. The new MIQ booking system aims to level the playing field for returnees, randomly allocating rooms to people in a virtual lobby. The first 3000 rooms from now until Christmas will be available from Monday. Chris Hipkins says there's …
 
I am so disappointed in Auckland teacher unions right now. Parents are begging the government to shift the school holidays to give them some help after weeks and weeks at home with the kids All the want is the holidays to be brought forward by a couple of weeks so they fall during the lockdown, not after the lockdown might end. Otherwise, parents w…
 
Literature student turned neuroscientist, Prof David Eagleman, tells Jim Al-Khalili about his research on human perception and the wristband he created that enables deaf people to hear through their skin. Everything we see, taste, smell, touch and hear is created by a set of electro-chemical impulses in the dark recesses of our brain. Our brains lo…
 
Australians could be skipping MIQ and doing quarantine at home by Christmas time. The former Australia Health Department Health Secretary says it could be possible to set in the coming months. Jane Halton says it will be done using an app and facial recognition. She says a trial is being done in South Australia, where people will have to send a pho…
 
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