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Outspoken: Kaikoura

1/19/2017
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RNZ's South Island Bureau chief Belinda McCammon is in Kaikoura and is joined by a panel to discuss the rebuilding of the town after the magnitude 7.8 earthquake late last year.

Duration: 00:27:50


Outspoken: United Nations

1/18/2017
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Today on Outspoken, a panel discusses New Zealand's just ended term on the United Nations security council and asked what it achieved.

Duration: 00:28:20


Outspoken: Goff's Auckland

1/17/2017
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On Outspoken, our Auckland correspondent, Todd Niall, talks to the Auckland mayor, Phil Goff, about what's ahead for the country's largest city in 2017.

Duration: 00:27:53


Outspoken: Health

1/16/2017
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RNZ's health correspondent, Karen Brown, talks to long-time health watchdogs and takes the pulse of the sector.

Duration: 00:27:39


Outspoken: Democracy

1/15/2017
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Brent Edwards chairs an Outspoken panel and questions whether significant changes to governments around the world pose a threat to democracy.

Duration: 00:27:44


Outspoken: Foreign Affairs

1/12/2017
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On Outspoken, our foreign editor, Graeme Acton talks to a panel of international relations experts about the impact of a Donald Trump presidency on those global relationships.

Duration: 00:28:13


Outspoken: Emissions

1/11/2017
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On Outspoken, our environment reporter, Kate Gudsell, looks at transport emissions, the threat they pose and possible solutions.

Duration: 00:27:52


Outspoken: Education

1/10/2017
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This Outspoken, chaired by RNZ's education correspondent, John Gerritsen, discusses the recent international education tests, in which New Zealand students had their worst ever results and asks if the education system is at fault.

Duration: 00:27:58


Outspoken: Aging Workforce

1/9/2017
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Outspoken explores the growing numbers of over 65-year-olds still working and the growing calls to raise the eligibility age for superannuation.

Duration: 00:28:10


Outspoken: Economy

1/8/2017
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Business editor, Gyles Beckford and our economics correspondent, Patrick O'Meara take a look at the state of the economy and what's on the cards in 2017, particularly in the light of this year's general election.

Duration: 00:27:41


Outspoken for Frid 6 Jan

1/5/2017
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This evening on Outspoken a discussion on the growing prison population and a look atlternatives to the present system

Duration: 00:28:17


Outspoken: The Future of the Deep South

1/4/2017
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In this Outspoken, a panel chaired by RNZ's Otago/Southland reporter, Ian Telfer, looks at the deep south of the country - what is the future for the country's most southern region and how successful is the push to get more people to shift there?

Duration: 00:27:22


Outspoken: Homelessness

1/3/2017
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RNZ's political reporter, Demelza Leslie and a panel of experts explore what can be done about an issue which was seldom out of last year's headlines, homelessness.

Duration: 00:27:39


Outspoken: New Zealand Identity and Sport

1/2/2017
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On this Outspoken, RNZ's sports editor, Stephen Hewson, chairs a panel to discuss how much the New Zealand identity is tied to sport.

Duration: 00:27:32


Outspoken: Specialists Roundup

1/1/2017
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Our Outspoken series for the summer kicks off with Mary Wilson chairing a panel of our specialist journalists to discuss the stories that made the headlines in 2016.

Duration: 00:27:26


Outspoken - Education Act review

12/31/2015
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Groups representing teachers and principals say a rewrite of the Education Act could lead to improvements in the way schools are closed and merged. The government is reviewing the Act and its discussion document says the Act could include guiding principles for opening, closing and merging schools. In this edition of 'Outspoken' , our Education Correspondent John Gerritsen looks at the future for the act, and for education in New Zealand.

Duration: 00:27:54


Outspoken - social housing policy

12/30/2015
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Social Housing issues have dominated headlines this year following the government's plan to sell off tens of thousands of state houses to non-government providers, starting with hundreds in Invercargill and Tauranga, However, the plan struck problems with some of the larger providers, including the the Salvation Army and the Methodist Mission, opting out of the tendering process. In this evening's 'Outspoken' , is joined by a panel of experts to discuss the future direction of social...

Duration: 00:27:54


Outspoken - NZ Security

12/29/2015
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2015 has been a year where the activities and outrages of terrorist groups around the world have never been far from the headlines. And the question of how this country responds to the threats posed by groups like IS has occupied the minds of senior officials and security analysts around the country. In this edition of 'Outspoken' our Political Editor Jane Patterson looks at the issue with The Minister responsible for the SIS and GCSB, Chris Finlayson, and also Labour's Foreign Affairs...

Duration: 00:27:54


Outspoken - the year in Maoridom

12/28/2015
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Maori issues have again been to the fore in news and current affairs this year. We've had Treaty settlements, maori leaders hunting protected keruru, and big moves in Maori politics and broadcasting. In tonight's editon of 'Outspoken', our Maori Affairs correspondent, Mihingarangi Forbes is joined in the studio by Julian Wilcox, Annabel Lee and Emma Espiner, to discuss the year in Maoridom.

Duration: 00:27:39


Outspoken - Auckland's next mayor

12/27/2015
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Auckland - the economic powerhouse of the country we are told , the City of Sails and the place to be , if you can tolerate the appalling traffic, the ridiculous house prices, and the cost of living. The Supercity gets to choose a new Mayor next year - and in this edition of 'Outspoken' our Auckland correspondent Todd Niall is joined in the studio by the three front-runners for the job.

Duration: 00:27:55

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