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Tikanga Māori argument in Ellis appeal case

11/14/2019
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Tikanga Māori could be used as argument to continue Peter Ellis appeal after his death.

Duration:00:04:13

Mental Health Foundation warning about ARTs

11/14/2019
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The Mental Health foundation says that the call to bring in Armed Response teams sounds very similar to the taser introduction a decade ago, when similar warnings were made.

Duration:00:09:33

Wealth in the hands of those over 55

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A researcher says New Zealand's wealth is concentrated in those over 65.

Duration:00:05:34

Question of the Day for 15 November 2019

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What song/s help you destress or relax?

Duration:00:07:05

Instagrammer apologises for rubber duck Auschwitz photo

11/14/2019
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Putting a rubber duck in front of photos sounds like a cute idea. But in front of Auschwitz? Tone deaf much? That's what a travel blogger has done.

Duration:00:02:30

MAINZ course scrapped

11/14/2019
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The future of highly regarded audio engineering institute MAINZ is in doubt after students discovered it would no longer be offering the Bachelor of Audio Engineering and production at its central Auckland campus.

Duration:00:06:01

Judges are 'mostly white and wealthy'

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In a strongly worded address, the top judge in the country, Dame Helen Winkelmann, warned that judges are increasingly coming from the same narrow part of society - wealthy and mostly from white homes.

Duration:00:09:49

Judith Collins says "woman of colour" tweet was a mistake

11/14/2019
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Judith Collins has apologised for calling herself "woman of colour" in a tweet.

Duration:00:03:24

The Panel with Mamari Stephens and Alan McElroy (Part 2)

11/14/2019
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What song/s help you destress or relax? A researcher says New Zealand's wealth is concentrated in those over 65. Dr Jess Berentson Shaw, researcher from The Workshop, says the type of asset development that you might expect to see in the next generation is not really happening - because our system isn't working. The Mental Health foundation says that the call to bring in Armed Response teams to parts of the country as part of a 6 moth trial to cut down response times to serious incidents...

Duration:00:26:11

The Panel with Mamari Stephens and Alan McElroy (Part 1)

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Judith Collins has called herself a "woman of colour". In the now-deleted tweet, the National MP was supporting a ban on female gential mutilation. And important issue that was somewhat undermined by this line - quote "I am a Woman of Colour - the colour white." She has since apologised, saying she deleted it after a staff member told her it was offensive. She admits it was a mistake. In a stongly worded address, the top judge in the country, Dame Helen Winkelmann, warned that judges are...

Duration:00:24:01

I've been thinking for 15 November 2019

11/14/2019
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What the panellists Mamari Stephens and Alan McElroy have been thinking about.

Duration:00:03:52

Story of the Day for 15 November 2019

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Even though we thought this fight was just between Boomers and Millennials, apparently there's a bit of a feud brewing between Gen Zers and Gen X's - Gen Z have taken to calling them the "Karen generation"

Duration:00:09:25

Hillary Clinton won't rule out a presidential run

11/13/2019
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Just when you thought Hillary Clinton was well and truly out of the politics game - she claims she's under enormous pressure to run against Donald Trump for the presidency next year.

Duration:00:02:36

Free lunch for councillors

11/13/2019
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There's no such thing as a free lunch...unless you're a Wellington City Councillor. The new mayor Andy Foster has reinstated catered lunches - six years after he led moves as a councillor to scrap them. The move was prompted by requests from other councillors Foster says, but he's promising to keep costs low.

Duration:00:02:34

Dental Assoc hits out at Coca-Cola using te reo Māori

11/13/2019
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The New Zealand Dental Association has lashed out at Coca-Cola for targeting Māori on soft drink labels calling it "unethical and completely irresponsible."

Duration:00:09:03

Question of the Day for 14 November 2019

11/13/2019
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It's been reported that all cast members of the soap opera Days of our Lives have been released from their contracts with the series' future in doubt.

Duration:00:09:02

RNZ and TVNZ could be replaced with new entity

11/13/2019
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The fate of RNZ and TVNZ may soon be in the hands of Ministers. News today of a proposal to disestablish both broadcasters and create an entirely new public media entity.

Duration:00:13:06

End of Life Choice bill passes final reading

11/13/2019
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The third and final reading of the End of Life Choice Bill on Euthanasia has passed in Parliament by 69 vote to 51.

Duration:00:09:41

The Panel with Cindy Mitchenerand Chris Wikaira (Part Two)

11/13/2019
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It's been reported that all cast members of the soap opera Days of our Lives have been released from their contracts with the series' future in doubt. The show is expected to go on an indefinite hiatus at the end of this month, though it hasn't been officially cancelled. The 'Share a Coke' campaign has been going for some years - its been rolled out in over 80 countries. It rebrands the traditional Coke logo, replacing "Coca-Cola" from one side of a bottle with the phrase "Share a Coke with"...

Duration:00:25:21

The Panel with Cindy Mitchenerand Chris Wikaira (Part One)

11/13/2019
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The third and final reading of the End of Life Choice Bill on Euthanasia has passed in Parliament by 69 vote to 51. The members bill in the name of ACT leader David Seymour allows terminally ill adults to request a medically assisted death. It will now go to a public referendum. The fate of RNZ and TVNZ may soon be in the hands of Ministers. News today of a proposal to disestablish both broascasters and create an entirely new public media entity. An advisory group setup to look at the issue...

Duration:00:25:05