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In der 102. Folge des RNZ-Corona-Podcasts sprechen Professor Hans-Georg Kräusslich, Chef-Virologe am Universitätsklinikum Heidelberg, und RNZ-Chefredakteur Klaus Welzel über* die ausstehende Impfkampagne,* welche Schutzmaßnahmen im Herbst und Winter möglich und notwendig sind,* wann eine Viert-Impfung sinnvoll ist und* was die neue Omikron-Variante…
 
The governor general has honoured several people who showed extreme bravery during the terror attack in Christchurch. Among those recognised were members of the public who rushed at the gunman to try to stop him - like Dr Naeem Rashid who confronted the terrorist in Al Noor Mosque. He was then shot and killed. Also honoured today were police office…
 
Residents in Banks Peninsula's Goughs Bay believe community leaders deserted them when they needed urgent support. Torrential rain in December caused widespread damage - cutting the small isolated community off after the only road into the bay was washed away. Locals criticised Christchurch City Council's response during the immediate aftermath. No…
 
A top banking executive says New Zealand's immigration settings are hampering businesses trying to bounce back post-pandemic. The comments were made to journalists during a business breakfast at ANZ's headquarters in Melbourne this morning. The bank's Aotearoa chief executive Antonia Watson wants the government to be more flexible in how it brings …
 
The clock is running down for anyone wanting to have their say on whether the proposed Christchurch stadium should go ahead or not. The city council kicked the hefty decision back to ratepayers for submissions after a $150 million blowout was revealed earlier this month - meaning the total cost could run close to $700 million. It's a debate that's …
 
The new Immigration Minister has signalled he is open to putting migrant nurses on the fast-track to residency - but only if the government's current approach doesn't work. The government's new two-track system has been attacked from all sides - after nurses were placed on the second tier. It means they have to work in New Zealand for two years bef…
 
A landmark deal has been struck to ensure New Zealand's professional women's cricketers receive the same match fees as the men. The five year deal will mean the White Ferns and domestic women's cricketers will now get equal pay to the Black Caps and domestic men. New Zealand Cricket chief executive David White says all parties are happy. Under the …
 
"Third world" is how one Northland principal is describing the state of dental hygiene in children in his region. There are calls for urgent change to dental care in the country - after a report showed children are experiencing preventable pain every day. The Otago University study says a wide ranging response is needed - from supermarket shelves t…
 
The Prime Minister has confirmed Aotearoa will stay at orange Covid restrictions despite a significant jump in daily Covid cases and forecasts of a second virus peak. Daily cases have hit 9,629 on Tuesday with predictions it could reach 20,000 new cases a day in the next few weeks. The Ministry of Health's also confirmed yet another subvariant of t…
 
Andrew looks at the newly-released draft legislation for Aotearoa New Zealand Public Media and why the commercial sector has greeted it with some unease. Stuff and The Spinoff have a new partnership as The Spinoff asks for more contributions, while NZME cracks 100-thousand paid digital subs and a new contract with Google. Andrew Holden is a journal…
 
Many know Annah Stretton as a successful fashion designer, but it's her work rehabilitating women prisoners that's taken her focus in recent years. In 2014, she and her sister Rebecca Skilton founded RAW - Reclaim Other Women - a residential programme based in Waikato helping women transition to a better life on the outside. RAW has just had its 80…
 
Frequencies are all around us; everything on this earth vibrates, and even you, right now, are resonating at a frequency between about 5 and 10 hertz. And if all things resonate, then surely they must also be making a sound... so what would that sound be? It's a question that musician, composer and TV presenter, Richard Mainwaring, has been ponderi…
 
In the latest gun violence in the US, six people have been shot dead and more than two dozen have been hospitalised following a shooting at a 4th of July parade in a wealthy suburb of Chicago. Kelsey also talks to Kathryn about President Biden's trip to Europe for the NATO summit where he discussed increasing pressure on Russian President Vladimir …
 
New Zealand's video game industry is at risk of losing out to Australia as game studios look to take advantage of new tax incentives across the Tasman. Companies here are expected to be eligible for a 40% tax break if they move or expand into Australia. The NZ Game Developers Association says this will halt the growth of what has been a fast growin…
 
One of the country's largest hospices says it has cut services and may have to reduce further because of a lack of funding. Totara Hospice in South Auckland, like most other hospices around the country, is partly government funded, but it has an annual shortfall of $5 million, which it tries to make up through its second hand shops and other fundra…
 
Move over Buffy, there's a new vampire slayer on the block after paying a cool $33,000 for a 19th century vampire slaying kit at a recent auction. It originally belonged to Lord Hailey, a British peer and former administrator of British India and the lockable wooden box includes crucifixes, holy water, a bible and more. Hansons Auctioneers' owner C…
 
A well established Auckland barbershop has hung up its razors after struggling to get visas for overseas trained staff, despite the working holiday scheme re-opening. Immigration says 1120 people have arrived in the country on working holiday visas this year, most since applications reopened in March. If foreigners don't come in droves for working …
 
A group of unions, charities and community groups being led by the MindtheGap campaign is urging that employers be required by law to report gender and ethnic paygaps. MindTheGap says an analysis of international data shows women in New Zealad could make an extra $35 a week if the requiremet is introduced. This comes as charities are reporting a gr…
 
Young children don't have much to smile about when dealing with the dental system. A paper out of Otago University says urgent and redical change is needed to address the declining dental health of New Zealand children. It says dental decay is the most prevalent non-communicable disease among children, and more than 60 percent of Māori and Pasifika…
 
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