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Best RNZ podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best RNZ podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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From nine to noon every weekday, Kathryn Ryan talks to the people driving the news - in New Zealand and around the world. Delve beneath the headlines to find out the real story, listen to Nine to Noon's expert commentators and reviewers and catch up with the latest lifestyle trends on this award-winning programme.
 
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As "The Front Lawn", Harry Sinclair and Don McGlashan released two albums and made three short films between 1985 and 1990. Many of their songs such as "Andy", "When You Come Back Home" and "How You Doing?" have become classics. Since then they've both found individual success; Sinclair as an actor and director of films including The Price of Milk …
 
A scientific study of the number of insects splattered by cars in the UK has revealed a huge decline in the abundance of bugs over two decades. The research by the Kent Wildlife Trust adds to growing evidence of what some scientists have called an "insect apocalypse". Dr Paul Tinsley-Marshall is from the Kent Wildlife Trust. He speaks to Corin Dann…
 
A Fijian student in Wuhan says misinformation about the coronavirus is spreading as fast as the disease. There are signs of a fresh influx of West Papuans into Papua New Guinea amid a protracted conflict across the border. Twenty nine workers providing welfare support services to Manus Island refugees resigned enmasse 10 days ago in protest over lo…
 
The Indonesian professional football league kicks off Febuary 29 under a cloud - fan violence has resulted in many deaths and the league could be abandoned if trouble flares again this season. What causes the violence? Former ABC Australia Indonesia correspondent David Lipson joins the show to explain more.…
 
Black Caps newcomer Kyle Jamieson has opened up about his mental health struggles - admitting it hasn't all been rosey in his rise to the New Zealand team. The 25-year-old seam bowler shone during the Black Caps recent one-day series win over India - leading to selection for a two-Test series against the same side. But as Clay Wilson reports, Jamie…
 
And now to Wellington, where a small group of volunteers are trying to save injured birds - many of whom are caught in lost, broken or abandoned fishing equipment. Hayden James started Lower Hutt Kereru Rescue two years ago when he noticed a growing number of Facebook posts about Kereru injuring themselves, mainly by flying into windows. That has s…
 
Christchurch boy-racers are in the sights of the newly deployed police Eagle helicopter that begins patrolling the city's skies from Monday. The Bell 429 is on loan from Auckland and will be trialled for five weeks before a a decision on whether to make it a permanent fixture. As Conan Young reports, one of its jobs will be cracking down on high sp…
 
A man giving evidence in the country's first slavery and human trafficking trial, has described being paid twenty dollars a week for working 16-hour days, six days a week. He is one of 13 complainants to give evidence as the trial of 65-year-old Joseph Auga (oon-ga) Matamata, who faces 24 charges of human trafficking and slavery, heads into its sec…
 
The Prime Minister has not raised any red flags with Winston Peters over his role in alleged covert filming of journalists, saying it is not a matter for her to be involved in. Photos of journalists, including RNZ's Guyon Espiner, meeting with a former New Zealand First party president surfaced on a political blog last week. Today National's Paula …
 
Some car enthuasists will be Holden back the tears after general motors today confirmed prodiuction of the classic brand will be coasting to a halt by the end of next year. About 600 Australian staff will lose their jobs by the end of the year. The company's been making Holden's for more than a hundred years and estimated there's $1.6 million Holde…
 
The Crown has opened its case against a West Auckland man who attacked his mother with a hammer before fleeing the scene and calling the police. Martin Marinovich is on trial in the High Court at Auckland - accused of murdering his 59-year-old mother in their Oratia home. Noeleen Marinovich was found covered in a blanket - with at least twelve blow…
 
The government has announced an $11 million package to help the tourism industry as it faces the impact of the coronavirus outbreak. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern made the announcement at her post-cabinet press conference on Monday afternoon. She says the government is being pro-active to help the sector, which along with the primary industry, and …
 
Sir Elton John has been advised by doctors to move Tuesday night's Auckland concert to Wednesday. It comes after the pop legend was diagnosed with walking pneumonia, forcing him to pull the plug 16 songs into his 25 song set at Auckland's Mount Smart stadium on Sunday night. Minutes after being checked onstage by a medical team, a sobbing Sir Elton…
 
The National Party is dangling an election year carrot - tax cuts - but is still holding back all of the details. In his 'State of the Nation' speech, leader Simon Bridges said New Zealanders were paying up to $4,000 more a year for the basics, because of the costs piled on by the coalition government. He is promising some relief under a National g…
 
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