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Author Renée Hollis admits she was a bit overwhelmed by the response she received when she put out a call on RNZ National for listeners to send her untold stories, letters, diaries and photographs… Audio, Gallery
What to do about Titirangi's rogue roaming chickens. Audio
West Aucklanders opposed to native bush being destroyed to make way for a water treatment plant have been protesting today.
The Deputy Prime Minister has come out strongly against a new water treatment plant being built in the west Auckland suburb where she lives.
For a long time, a lot of flutes have remained silent but Riki Bennett is making sure Taonga pūoro are being heard again. Audio
A man who staged a treetop protest in West Auckland to protect a kauri will have to wait a further three weeks to hear his sentence.
Chainsaws have moved in again on the Titirangi kauri tree that survived the chop when a protestor sat up in it for several nights back in March. Audio
The Kauri tree at the centre of a sit-in earlier this year has narrowly escaped the axe again today. Protestor Michael Tavares talks about the latest move. Audio
A well-established kauri tree in Auckland, which was at the centre of a lengthy protest earlier this year, is under threat again.
SJD takes us inside his West Auckland studio for a session with Sandy Mill. Featuring songs from Saint John Divine and Southern Lights. Video, Audio
Joining us to tell us about this hidden treasure is Diane Blomfield. Audio