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Tonight in Karyn's weekly catchup with the Midweek Mediawatch team, Colin Peacock looks at the funeral for the Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip and how the Empire struck back. Viewer upset at the interrupted scheduling of TVNZ's Fair Go, and uproar and upheaval with proposed changes to European football.…
 
Mediawatch's weekly catch-up with Lately. This week Colin talks to Karyn Hay about Prince Philip's funeral pulling in viewers, the emergency housing crisis coming into focus; football fans vs billionaires - and Popstars vs Fair Go.
 
We're joined by author Nigel Robsonn who, his new book, Our First Foreign War, looks at the social impacts of the often overlooked South African war, particularly on NZ's blossoming national identity. He even makes the assertion that it was here, rather than the battlefields of World War I that the Anzac spirit had its genesis.…
 
RNZ Te Ahi Kaa producer, Justine Murray, reviews Radiotopia's 'Ear Hustle' - a podcast set inside California's San Quentin State Prison - and if you like 90s music - then you may be familiar with Bobby Brown, C and C Music Factory, MC Hammer and Blackstreet. She also looks a podcast from Wondery and Universal Music Group - the podcast 'Jacked' host…
 
In the pod today: the first flight on another planet happened so why should we care; Vodafone backtracks on a warning to staff against holiday travel to Australia - could you really lose your job if you went into lockdown across the ditch? We meet new Green MP Teanau Tuiono and we tell you where to find New Zealand's first bush-based boardroom.…
 
The sweeping health reforms outlined today have gone further than what was recommended by the expert panel review of the health and disability sector chaired by Heather Simpson. Health Minister Andrew Little tells Kathryn the new system will be a "truly national health service".
 
Controversy is brewing over Rocket Lab's work at the Māhia peninsula. Locals are angry at the use of military payloads, and accuse the company at breaking its promise. But the local mayor is all for it. Hawke's Bay reporter Tom Kitchin has more.
 
Community covid case sets back Fiji's travel bubble plans; WHO concerned over potential for PNG's Covid-19 outbreak to worsen; French Polynesia preparing to reopen border to tourists; Salvaging the world's largest Pacific dance festival.
 
Tonight in Karyn's weekly catchup with the Midweek Mediawatch team, Colin Peacock looks at the funeral for the Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip and how the Empire struck back. Viewer upset at the interrupted scheduling of TVNZ's Fair Go, and uproar and upheaval with proposed changes to European football.…
 
The Hong Kong Free Press gives an updated on Hong Kong's electoral reforms as well as growing restrictions on political activity and freedom of expression. Editor-in-Chief Tom Grundy talks with Karyn about what's happening with Hong Kong's elections, the first National Security Education Day and Hong Kongers' activities as security laws tightens.…
 
The Hong Kong Free Press gives an updated on Hong Kong's electoral reforms as well as growing restrictions on political activity and freedom of expression. Editor-in-Chief Tom Grundy talks with Karyn about what's happening with Hong Kong's elections, the first National Security Education Day and Hong Kongers' activities as security laws tightens.…
 
The Government's announced massive changes to New Zealand's health system including the scrapping of 20 district health boards and 30 primary health organisations in favour of central health agencies including an independent Maori health authority. Karyn speaks with Dr David Hill who is the executive director of the Health Hub Project in Palmerston…
 
The Government's announced massive changes to New Zealand's health system including the scrapping of 20 district health boards and 30 primary health organisations in favour of central health agencies including an independent Maori health authority. Karyn speaks with Dr David Hill who is the executive director of the Health Hub Project in Palmerston…
 
Mediawatch's weekly catch-up with Lately. This week Colin talks to Karyn Hay about Prince Philip's funeral pulling in viewers, the emergency housing crisis coming into focus; football fans vs billionaires - and Popstars vs Fair Go.
 
Simon Morris checks out the success-rate of recent, bigger movies when it comes to encouraging world audiences back to cinemas. And he looks at the latest would-be crowd pleaser, as well as two more Netflix films up for Oscars this year.
 
Simon Morris checks out the success-rate of recent, bigger movies when it comes to encouraging world audiences back to cinemas. And he looks at the latest would-be crowd pleaser, as well as two more Netflix films up for Oscars this year.
 
We're joined by author Nigel Robsonn who, his new book, Our First Foreign War, looks at the social impacts of the often overlooked South African war, particularly on NZ's blossoming national identity. He even makes the assertion that it was here, rather than the battlefields of World War I that the Anzac spirit had its genesis.…
 
A white US ex-police officer has been found guilty of murdering George Floyd, after one of the most high profile trials in American history. Last year, Derek Chauvin knelt on Mr Floyd's neck for nine minutes - sparking global protests against police brutality and an examination of racial inequality. Today, Chauvin showed no emotion as the verdict w…
 
The Royal New Zealand Navy's newest and largest-ever ship - the HMNZS Aotearoa - is making its first visit to its ceremonial home port in New Plymouth today. The $450 million supply ship came into service last year and at 173-metres long it can carry 10.5 million litres of fuel - or enough to 'top up' a frigate almost 14 times. Our Taranaki Whangan…
 
The government has unveiled sweeping new health changes in a bid to resuscitate an ailing inequitable system, that's ended in a postcode lottery. All 20 DHBs are being scrapped along with democratically elected boards. In their place, Health NZ will have four regional branches and district offices, and a board appointed by the Minister. A dedicated…
 
The under pressure Ports of Auckland chief executive has met with union officials for the first time since a scathing health and safety report was released. Union members at the Ports have called for Tony Gibson to resign over the report, which came after three deaths linked to the Ports in recent years. Tony Gibson tonight met with union officials…
 
There was disappointment for some dedicated royal fans today - three self-proclaimed nanas turned up to Prince Philip's memorial service, hoping to slip into the pews. RNZ reporter Harry Lock spoke to them and the diplomats, elected officials and iwi representatives that turned out to commemorate the life of Prince Philip, and his contribution to N…
 
In five years' time, Helen Clark wants to see Huntly power station no longer burning coal, a ban on fossil-fuel-powered cars into New Zealand, and agriculture paying for its emissions. Clark has edited Climate Aotearoa – a new book that offers a New Zealand perspective on the warming planet, with contributions from scientists, engineers, researcher…
 
Cautiously optimistic is how Māori GPs and health advocates are feeling after the announcement tangata whenua will have their own health body. A new Māori health authority will make policy decisions alongside the new mainstream health service, Health NZ. It will have the ability to choose the services it wishes to funds - something many Māori in th…
 
The weekly reveal of Covid-19 vaccination numbers was rolled out today, but the numbers were a bit stale. Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins released plans last week about how the nationwide programme would roll out, including targets. But today, officials released an out of date progress report. Here's political reporter, Katie Scotcher.…
 
Guilty on all charges. The police officer who knelt on George Floyd's neck for nine minutes, as he gasped for air, begging for his life on a Minneapolis street, has been convicted of murder. After nine hours of deliberation, the jury found Derek Chauvin responsible for Floyd's death in May last year. A death that sparked protests against racism and…
 
Prince Philip has been remembered at a State Memorial service in Wellington this afternoon. Prime Ministers past and present, the Governor-General and the British High Commissioner were among those who gathered at Wellington Cathedral of St Paul to farewell the Duke of Edinburgh. Lydia Batham reports.…
 
"Bold and necessary" is how a 30-year health veteran is describing the government's shake-up. Dr Lester Levy has chaired New Zealand's biggest DHBs, headed up a private hospital and is the current chair of the Health Research Council and the Crown Monitor appointed to oversee the troubled Canterbury DHB. He says if the reforms are implemented prope…
 
Consistency and cohesion is what the government is promising in a massive shake up to the health system. The 20 DHBs will be gone, and a new body - Health NZ - will be set up, along with a specific Māori health unit. Health Minister Andrew Little, says it will save lives and end the postcode lottery where people get different care depending on wher…
 
RNZ Te Ahi Kaa producer, Justine Murray, reviews Radiotopia's 'Ear Hustle' - a podcast set inside California's San Quentin State Prison - and if you like 90s music - then you may be familiar with Bobby Brown, C and C Music Factory, MC Hammer and Blackstreet. She also looks a podcast from Wondery and Universal Music Group - the podcast 'Jacked' host…
 
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