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It's the time of the week where we speak to one of our local leaders. Today we're joined by Upper Hutt Mayor, Wayne Guppy. Audio
An early morning news and current affairs conversation hosted by Indira Stewart featuring the people behind key issues and quirky human interest stories from New Zealand and overseas.
Thursday, 4 June 2020
Wednesday, 3 June 2020
Dentists say they're facing huge waitlists due to missed appointments during lockdown and they need funding to help some patients whose damage is beyond repair. Under alert level two dentists can… Read more Audio
Protests began in the southern city of Atlanta, Georgia, on Friday. The city, which is known as the birthplace of the civil rights movement in the US, has imposed a 9pm curfew on residents after what… Read more Audio
Back to the US now, where President Donald Trump has threatened to deploy the military to suppress civil disorder as political leaders across the nation struggle to control the coast-to-coast… Read more Audio
As people look to buy local, we're sharing the story of Kiwi businesses from the New Zealand Made Products facebook page. This we speak to the founders of Wero Mai - a Māori board game helping people… Read more Video, Audio
A Facebook page celebrating the Auckland nightlife of decades gone by has amassed more than 15,000 followers in a month. The Lost Nightlife of Auckland Facebook is the brain child of well-known… Read more Audio
Let's go to the UK now where the risk of dying is higher for ethnic minorities - according to a report released by Public Health England. Our correspondent Henry Riley joins us for the latest on this.