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Wellington Airport: cut carbon but add more flights

10/22/2019
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Wellington Airport's annonced yesterday plans for a $1 billion upgrade, which targets cutting carbon emissions but it also wants to increase the number of flights by a quarter by 2040.

Duration:00:04:20

High school trade programmes get a boost

10/22/2019
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The Government is serious about encouraging young people into trades, putting $27 million into trades programmes at high school.

Duration:00:08:50

Why do we watch movies over and over?

10/22/2019
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An article from the BBC looks at the phenomenon of why in this era of peak content people return to re-watch old favourites time and time again.

Duration:00:03:38

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on SkyCity fire

10/22/2019
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Live press conference with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern at the scene of the SkyCity Fire in Auckland.

Duration:00:06:30

Question of the Day for 23 October 2019

10/22/2019
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What film have you watched multiple times? What made it so good?

Duration:00:03:08

Teens are hitting back at parents tracking them

10/22/2019
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Teens are hitting back over parents who are tracking them via apps.

Duration:00:03:16

E-scooters health cost

10/22/2019
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E-scooter injuries have cost the health system more than $1 million in less than a year. Auckland University research found there was a total of 770 reported injuries.

Duration:00:05:42

SkyCity fire: The latest

10/22/2019
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The SkyCity fire is still burning, with smoke clogging up Auckland's CBD - closing roads and forcing businesses to shut. Health warnings have been issued for those in the area.

Duration:00:13:48

The Panel with Mark Sainsbury and Janet Wilson (Part 2)

10/22/2019
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What film have you watched multiple times? What made it so good? An article from the BBC looks at the phenomenon of why in this era of peak content people return to re-watch old favourites time and time again. Last year Netflix uploaded some 140 hours of original new films, but it was the recent announcement that the 1987 film Dirty Dancing was coming to the platform that really got people excited. The Government is serious about encouraging young people into trades, putting $27 million into...

Duration:00:26:54

The Panel with Mark Sainsbury and Janet Wilson (Part 1)

10/22/2019
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The SkyCity fire is still burning, with smoke clogging up Auckland's CBD - closing roads and forcing businesses to shut. Health warnings have been issued for those in the area. More than 100 firefighters are trying to get it under control but high winds are complicating the matter. E-scooter injuries have cost the health system more than $1 million in less than a year. Auckland University research found there was a total of 770 reported injuries between October last year and April this year....

Duration:00:24:27

I've been thinking for 23 October 2019

10/22/2019
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What the panellists Mark Sainsbury and Janet Wilson have been thinking about.

Duration:00:04:13

Story of the Day for 23 October 2019

10/22/2019
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Advice given to female executives, just last year, has been called "tone deaf".

Duration:00:10:23

Speed limits lowered in Auckland CBD

10/21/2019
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Auckland Transport has voted to implement a bylaw which will lower speed limits on most Auckland roads, except those not categorised as high risk and where there is a significant preference for the status quo.

Duration:00:07:36

Cyclists as fast as cars down cycleway

10/21/2019
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Cyclists are zooming down Auckland Northwestern cycleway as fast as cars, AT says. They monitored speeds on the cycleway for two months after Newton Central School axed it's walking school bus.

Duration:00:07:44

Postal service issues for local elections

10/21/2019
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Nicholas Boyack for Stuff highlights an issue of frustration with New Zealand postal services for the local body election. Voting papers delivered well after voting had begun and lack of post boxes in general.

Duration:00:07:27

Question of the Day for 22 October 2019

10/21/2019
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Do your kids play one sport or many? Why?

Duration:00:02:22

Markle warned about British tabloids

10/21/2019
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The Duchess of Sussex says she was warned about the British tabloids before she married Prince Harry. Meghan Markle spoke to ITV for a documentary

Duration:00:06:34

Kids training too hard at one sport

10/21/2019
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Children are practicing too hard at just one sport, US trainers have found. There are new guidelines that have been recommended in America urging parents to reduce the intensity and limit sports participation.

Duration:00:07:24

Reduced sentence for drug dealers who can prove addiction

10/21/2019
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A newly released court of appeal judgement will change the way meth cases will be sentenced - it's has been described as a landmark appeal.

Duration:00:09:42

The Panel with Sue Bradford and Bernard Hickey (Part 2)

10/21/2019
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Do your kids play one sport or many? Why? Nicholas Boyack for Stuff highlights an issue of frustration with New Zealand postal services for the local body election. Voting papers delivered well after voting had begun and lack of post boxes in general have been seen as issues of concern by electionz.com and Election Services. Cyclists are zooming down Auckland Northwestern cycleway as fast as cars, Auckland Transport says. They monitored speeds on the cycleway for two months after Newton...

Duration:00:25:04