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Insight (RNZ)

RNZ New Zealand

A weekly in-depth current affairs programme of national and international interest.

A weekly in-depth current affairs programme of national and international interest.
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Wellington, New Zealand

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A weekly in-depth current affairs programme of national and international interest.

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@rnz_insight

Language:

English


Episodes

Insight: Settle up - Are treaty deals benefiting all Māori?

4/21/2018
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The Māori economy is growing. It's now estimated to be worth in excess of $50 billion. Patrick O'Meara looks at what settlements have achieved and whether the benefit is filtering down to all iwi members.

Duration:00:27:44

Insight: Digging deeper - Will residents pay up to fix Auckland?

4/14/2018
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After years of being lured by the promise of low rates, Aucklanders are now being asked to fork out to finally fix the city's long-running and escalating problems. Todd Niall asks if residents are ready to pay-up.

Duration:00:27:42

Insight: Full House – Homelessness & Big Families

4/7/2018
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Are plans to build thousands of new homes going to cater for large and multi-generational Māori and Pasifika families?

Duration:00:27:27

Insight: NZ Wars - A Day to Remember?

3/31/2018
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Shannon Haunui-Thompson explores whether a day to mark the New Zealand Wars will ever truly become a national event.

Duration:00:27:17

Insight: Is NZ Ready for Artificial Intelligence?

3/24/2018
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The warnings about automation and artificial intelligence changing our lives are evey increasing. Philippa Tolley asks are employers and employees a like really thinking about what lies ahead and will everyone cope with the change?

Duration:00:27:47

Insight: Dangerous Daycares

3/17/2018
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Childcare is booming, but cracks are starting to show, John Gerritsen, talks to teachers about how tight funding and corner-cutting is making some centres dangerous for children.

Duration:00:27:57

Insight: Tourism saturation - NZ's lessons for Iceland

3/10/2018
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Around 2.2m tourists headed to Iceland last year putting pressure on the environment and infrastructure, as tourism does in NZ. Lynn Freeman travelled to Iceland to ask if both nations can learn valuable lessons from each other.

Duration:00:25:25

Insight: No Job, No Training, No Hope?

3/3/2018
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The number of young people not in work or training has remained virtually unchanged, despite improving financial times. Emile Donovan explores how New Zealand can engage these young people, who now number more than 80,000.

Duration:00:27:33

Insight: Our Noisy World

2/24/2018
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A building boom in Auckland, open plan offices and classrooms and urban intensification - Teresa Cowie has been out onto the streets and into homes asking about noise levels and what all that racket is doing to our well-being.

Duration:00:26:38

Insight: A Whole Year of Documentaries

12/20/2017
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The Insight team look back over a year of programmes and revisit some to see if anything has changed.

Duration:00:27:46

Insight: Rebuilding Timor-Leste

12/16/2017
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Fifteen years since Timor-Leste proclaimed independence, a new generation tries to move on from its traumatic past. Sally Round investigates how the country's faring.

Duration:00:28:02

Insight: MMP - Democracy or Power?

12/9/2017
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Under NZ's MMP system, the highest polling party is not leading government. Former RNZ political editor Brent Edwards investigates if MMP is still the right option.

Duration:00:27:21

Insight: Kauri dieback - Can these noble trees be protected?

12/2/2017
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The fight to save the kauri and protect the noble trees against kauri dieback disease.

Duration:00:28:31

TPP - The deal that never dies?

11/25/2017
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More than seven years after Trans Pacific Partnership discussions began in earnest, the eleven nations still involved continue to haggle over the details. But they insist the finish line is in sight. RNZ's Economics Correspondent Patrick O'Meara was in Da Nang, Vietnam for the latest set of talks.

Duration:00:28:39

Insight: Death on the Roads

11/18/2017
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After years of safety improvements, law changes and public campaigns, the death toll on the roads is trending upwards again. Philippa Tolley asks if it’s just a matter of more people on the roads, or is something else going on?

Duration:00:28:40

Insight: NZ's Tourism Workforce - Imported or Homegrown?

11/11/2017
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While tourism is booming, research into employment paints a less than rosy picture, Belinda McCammon investigates government plans to tighten-up migrant worker visas will have on businesses, and how or if the local workforce will fill the void.

Duration:00:27:37

Climate change and 'waterproofing' NZ's cities

11/4/2017
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After a wet winter, and in some places a drenched summer before that, Teresa Cowie asks if it’s possible to design cities that can cope with the increasing extreme weather being driven by climate change.

Duration:00:27:57

Insight: Euthanasia - Choice or Slippery Slope?

10/21/2017
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With euthanasia due to be debated in the next parliamentary session, Alex Perrottet speaks to supporters and those opposed to the End of Life Choice Bill.

Duration:00:28:51

Insight: The rub between WINZ and beneficiaries

10/14/2017
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The vision of the Ministry of Social Development is to help New Zealanders to help themselves to be safe, strong and independent. But many beneficiaries are taking to social media to talk about what they see as poor treatment from its agency, Work and Income. Philippa Tolley asks if this a sign of real problems or the opinions of a disgruntled few.

Duration:00:28:43

Insight: Road to recovery - the Kaikōura quake

10/7/2017
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Nearly a year after the Kaikōura quake, Maja Burry has toured around North Canterbury as the lambing season gets underway and the tourist season cranks up, to see how the region is rebuilding.

Duration:00:27:28

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