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In der 73. Folge beantwortet der Heidelberger Chefvirologe Hans-Georg Kräusslich unter anderem diese Fragen: Warum sollten Eltern ihre Kinder impfen lassen, obwohl für diese, Corona kaum gefährlich ist? Wieso ist die Gefahr einer Triage derzeit höher, obwohl die Todeszahlen weitaus niedriger sind, als noch vor einem Jahr. Wie hoch ist die Wahrschei…
 
World-leading New Zealand research hopes to provide a cheaper solution for earthquake strengthening in higher-risk buildings. Kathryn speaks with Dr Enrique del Rey Castillo, University of Auckland Civil and Environmental Engineering lecturer and lead researcher in a project to earthquake strengthen damaged or earthquake-prone concrete walls, colum…
 
While the National Party was in the throes of its leadership crisis last Wednesday night, Parliament's Speaker had hours earlier taken the highly unusual step of lambasting the Labour government over the way it rushed through the far reaching traffic light system legislation, under urgency. The law that seriously curbs the freedom of unvaccinated p…
 
A species of tropical bees has evolved an extra tooth for biting flesh. That's not all, these bees from Costa Rica have also developed a gut that closely resembles that of vultures. This makes them the only bees in the world that have evolved to consume food sources that are not plant based. Laura Figueroa recently studied these radical meat-eating…
 
Twenty-thousand tonnes of mussels are booked to be dropped into Ōkahu Bay as part of an ambitious Ngāti Whātua Ōrakei plan to replenish seabeds that have over the past century been severely depleted. It's the third such massive drop to have taken place as part of the effort to, as it were, re-mussel 500 square kilometres. Revive Our Gulf project re…
 
Days of rioting and looting in the Solomon Islands have roiled the capital Honiara leaving at least three people dead. Chinese residents in the city appear to have fared the worst. Some have told RNZ they have lost everything and been left homeless. In the meantime, Australia, Fiji and PNG have all contributed police and army officers to help prese…
 
The head of a South Auckland health service says she's seeing little evidence that lessons have been learned from deaths in home isolation. Health officials have apologised after an independent review found the separate deaths of two Maori men with Covid-19 were 'potentially' preventable. The findings came as little surprise to those on the frontli…
 
A young woman whose nude photos were posted on a porn site without her permission fears the perpetrators of online sexual abuse don't realise their actions could have consequences. As sharing intimate images and videos becomes a normal part of consensual relationships, there are growing concerns about the harm that's being done when someone breache…
 
National MPs are descending on the capital today to elect a new leader. It follows the dumping of Judith Collins in a vote of no confidence. RNZ understands it's a two horse race between former leader Simon Bridges and Christopher Luxon, with support for the latter understood to be firming. Since the weekend many MPs and party insiders contacted by…
 
Waikato businesses are relieved to be entering the orange light on Friday but nearby in Rotorua there is disappointment at being given the red light. Further South in Nelson, a new Covid-19 case has put the city on alert as it prepares to move into the orange setting. Uniquely Nelson chief executive Simon Duffy, Destination Rotorua chief executive …
 
A racehorse who doesn't like getting her feet wet has been voted this year's New Zealand Thoroughbred Horse of the Year. Probabeel is a friendly, dark-coloured mare who loves food, and she's gained just over half of the fifty-seven votes cast to seize the top place. She is owned 50/50 by Brendan and Jo Lindsay. Brendan Lindsay spoke to Susie Fergus…
 
Vaccination events in Taranaki are being shifted indoors or abandoned as vaccinators come under physical and verbal attack from people opposed to the jab. The District Health Board says police are now being warned in advance of vaccination events in an effort to keep staff safe, while iwi health providers have beefed up vaccination teams to help ke…
 
Gisborne locals say allowing music festival Rhythm and Vines to go ahead would be an open invitation for Covid-19 to arrive in Tairāwhiti. Currently the lowest fully vaccinated region, Gisborne will be placed under red traffic light restrictions from Friday. Unless that setting changes quickly, the country's biggest new years' party will be cancell…
 
The tourism industry is grappling with the prospect of its new normal being years away with billions of dollars lost by then and many more hurdles ahead - including its latest, the Omicron variant. Hundreds of industry leaders spent yesterday discussing their future during the virtual Tourism Summit Aotearoa. Tourism reporter Tess Brunton listened …
 
Fire and Emergency is urging double-vaccinated people to train up as new volunteer firefighters to help fill a void created by the unvaccinated. A Covid-19 vaccine mandate is now in place for more-than 13,300 firefighting staff, forcing two brigades out of action. Despite that, Fire and Emergency New Zealand says it is still happy with vaccination …
 
The union for police officers says gun violence is now a daily occurence for officers and the job is becoming increasingly risky. Three officers were shot in West Auckland yesterday and another was struck by a fleeing vehicle on Sunday. All four are in hospital. The Police Association's president Chris Cahill told Morning Report gang members were i…
 
Health Minister Andrew Little says officials will make a 'human judgement' rather than set specific criteria for regions to shift down in the traffic light system. However he says any shifts between green, orange and red will be based on vaccination levels, health system preparedness and case numbers in that region. Little told Morning Report peopl…
 
In just three days Aucklanders go red as the Covid-19 traffic light system comes into force bringing with it the long awaited freedoms like going to a bar, a restaurant or a movie. The city went into lockdown more than three months ago as it battled the Delta outbreak which appears to have now peaked. With high vaccination rates it's getting a tast…
 
A Waka Ama championship that attracts thousands of paddlers to compete for the coveted national sprint title has been cancelled due to fears it could become a superspreader event. For the first time in its 32 year history, the Te Wananga o Aotearoa Waka Ama Sprint Nationals will not go ahead as planned. It was due to be held at Lake Karapiro for a …
 
Businesses in Tauranga are relieved to have escaped the red traffic light heading into the region's busy summer season. From Friday the city and the western Bay of Plenty will be in the orange light under the new Covid-19 protection framework, while many neighbouring regions will be in the red. The Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the current set…
 
The entire South Island has been given the orange light under the new Traffic Light system so life on the mainland can almost get back to normal. From this Friday new freedoms will allow mingling with strangers in a bar and even dancing, as long as everybody has been fully vaccinated. Conan Young reports.…
 
The cleanup has started in Solomon Islands as the country counts the cost of three days of rioting in the capital; The Kiribati government is facing criticism over its plans to roll back its protection of a massive expanse of ocean; There are mixed reactions from Kiwis in Fiji to the major border changes announced by their government back home.…
 
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