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Tool for schools causes ire for encouraging kids to eat less meat

1/21/2020
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A new resource for schools that teaches students about climate change has come under fire for encouraging kids to eat less meat.

Duration:00:09:53

Many motorists unsure of laws around drinking and driving, research shows

1/21/2020
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An advocate from road safety group Brake, Caroline Perry, talks about why her organisation is lobbying for a zero alcohol limit for drivers to get rid of any ambiguity about how much you can drink if you're planning on driving.

Duration:00:08:22

Sidewalk seating causes stoush in New Plymouth

1/21/2020
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Over the weekend, around 14 people brought their own chairs for a two-hour "sit in" on the footpath outside a bakery and a cafe on Govett Ave in Frankleigh, where the council had ordered the removal of tables and chairs. T

Duration:00:03:45

Auckland slips down rankings as good place to raise a family

1/21/2020
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Senior writer at the NZ Herald, Simon Wilson, talks about why Auckland is becoming less desirable as a place to raise a family and other issues frustrating residents in the City of Sails.

Duration:00:08:07

Greta and the US President go head to head in Davos

1/21/2020
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The World Economic forum in Davos has been focussing on climate change with US President Donald Trump and climate change activist teen Greta Thunberg facing each other down.

Duration:00:06:33

Trump impeachment trial gets underway in the US

1/21/2020
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International professor of law, Al Gillespie, joins the discussion on what's happening with the trial to impeach U.S President, Donald Trump.

Duration:00:09:49

The Panel with Michelle Boag and Chris Orr (Part 2)

1/21/2020
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Topics - Over the weekend, around 14 people brought their own chairs for a two-hour "sit in" on the footpath outside a bakery and a cafe on Govett Ave in Frankleigh, where the council had ordered the removal of tables and chairs. The council's actions come after it received two complaints in the last year, from people with disabilities who had trouble accssing the footpath. An advocate from road safety group Brake, Caroline Perry, talks about why her organisation is lobbying for a zero...

Duration:00:26:34

The Panel with Michelle Boag and Chris Orr (Part 1)

1/21/2020
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Topics - International professor of law, Al Gillespie, joins the discussion on what's happening with the trial to impeach U.S President, Donald Trump. The World Economic forum in Davos has been focussing on climate change with US President Donald Trump and climate change activist teen Greta Thunberg facing each other down. Senior writer at the New Zealand Herald, Simon Wilson, talks about why Auckland is becoming less desirable as a place to raise a family and other issues frustrating...

Duration:00:23:36

I've been thinking for 22 January 2020y

1/21/2020
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What the panellists Michelle Boag and Chris Orr have been thinking about.

Duration:00:04:34

Story of the day with Laura Dooney

1/21/2020
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Story of the day with Laura Dooney.

Duration:00:09:52

Hank Azaria quits at the voice of Apu on The Simpsons

1/20/2020
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Hank Azaria is quitting as the voice of Apu on The Simpsons amidst growing controversy over the character being a negative stereotype for Indian communities in the U.S.

Duration:00:04:55

Mega malls accused of killing off smaller surrounding retailers

1/20/2020
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The $790 million mega-mall that opened recently in Auckland's Newmarket has been accused of sucking away customers from businesses in the surrounding streets.

Duration:00:10:23

The World Economic Forum 2020 in Davos to get underway tonight

1/20/2020
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The World Economic Forum in the Swiss ski resort of Davos is set to get underway.

Duration:00:08:21

Vodafone applauded for letting staff knock off early

1/20/2020
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Telecommunications company Vodafone is giving some of its workers the opportunity to knock off early on Fridays.

Duration:00:04:57

Netsafe numbers point to problems with excessive internet use by teens

1/20/2020
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Martin Cocker of Netsafe talks through the results of their research into teens internet use and how it impacts their lives.

Duration:00:09:48

International community should act rapidly on Wuhan virus - professor

1/20/2020
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China's National Health Commission has confirmed the Wuhan virus can pass from human to human. Associate Professor Adam Kamradt-Scott from the Centre for International Security Studies at the University of Sydney, says it provides further cause for the international community to act rapidly.

Duration:00:07:12

The Panel with Ali Jones and Steve McCabe (Part 1)

1/20/2020
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The latest on the Wuhan virus, new figures from Netsafe show impact on internet use on teens, and Vodafone is applauded for letting employees knock off early.

Duration:00:22:55

I've been thinking for Tuesday 21 January 2020

1/20/2020
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What the panellists Ali Jones and Steve McCabe have been thinking about.

Duration:00:04:27

Story of the day with Laura Dooney

1/20/2020
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Story of the day with Laura Dooney.

Duration:00:07:23

Online pay later services can trap you into debt

1/19/2020
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Finanical advisor Hannah McQueen talks about the traps of being able to get into debt without leaving home thanks to online shopping and after pay services on offer.

Duration:00:09:29