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Best Radio Southland podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Radio Southland podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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IDEA clients (people with learning disabilities) in Southland produce their own radio show here - in fact they have been involved with programme making now for seven years. The show is an hour of popular music with people taking turns at announcing the songs and talking about their favourite things. Some have the ability to do technical tasks and others require a bit more help, but they all say their ‘radio’ hour is something they all really look forward to each week. IDEA Radio Show broadca ...
 
Space Oddities is an astronomy show, brought to you by Mike Bailey and Rach Bailey with regular panelist Megan! It features “What’s in the sky this month?”, local astronomical events, space history, interviews with astronomy experts, and updates of the latest international space news! If you’re a hardwired space nerd, or are interested in astronomy, this is the show for you! Space Oddities airs at 9.30pm on Mondays.
 
Since the late 1970’s Southland artist and musician John Husband produced a daily comment piece, first for Radio New Zealand, and then on Foveaux Radio – which developed into his own long running talk show. Since retiring from radio in 2001, John has now returned to present a selection of his old scripts to show how much (or how little) has changed since the years they were first read. It’s a wonderful trip back in time, and though provoking too! “Talking in Circles” airs at 12.10pm and 5.10 ...
 
Open your mind to the world with New Zealand’s number one breakfast radio show. Without question, as New Zealand’s number one talk host, Mike Hosking sets the day’s agenda. The sharpest voice and mind in the business, Mike drives strong opinion, delivers the best talent, and always leaves you wanting more. The Mike Hosking Breakfast always cuts through and delivers the best daily on Newstalk ZB.
 
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The Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr. can obtain President Donald Trump's tax returns for a criminal investigation but sent a second request by Congress for the records back to lower courts. Here are some key questions and answers stemming from the decision: Q: WHAT WAS THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S CASE…
 
The Southland Chamber of Commerce is going to fight the planned closure of Tiwai Point aluminium smelter. Rio Tinto's Southland based smelter company will stop operations in August 2021, due to high power costs and poor outlooks for the industry. President Neil McAra says it's a devastating blow. He told Mike Yardley they want to engage with the Go…
 
Victoria’s two largest ever coronavirus outbreaks have now been linked, forming one huge cluster that health authorities are scrambling to contain. Investigators say it is now clear the 113-case Al-Taqwa College cluster and the 159-case public housing towers outbreak have strong connections. It is not clear which may have become infected first. Bot…
 
Kiwi scientists have found a promising new treatment for Covid-19 – but say Government funding is needed to get it out of the lab and into human trials. A team led by Auckland Hospital immunologist Associate Professor Rohan Ameratunga has been developing a "decoy" molecule - delivered through an inhaler - designed to stop the SARS-CoV-2 virus from …
 
It’s a hammer blow for Bluff, for Invercargill, for Southland. So many jobs, so many livelihoods heading for the shredder over the next fourteen months. One thousand at the smelter and sixteen hundred downstream jobs. Ten per cent of the regional economy. But as much as Rio Tinto has a penchant for playing who blinks first, I respect the Finance Mi…
 
Former prime minister Helen Clark says she hesitated about heading a global Covid-19 review panel "because it's mission impossible." The World Health Organisation (WHO) has appointed Clark to co-chair an independent panel, reviewing its handling of the coronavirus pandemic and the response by governments. She will look at how the outbreak happened …
 
The bitter rugby rivalry between Canterbury and Auckland has been re-ignited ahead of the Crusaders clash with the Blues in Christchurch tomorrow night. The provincial bloodfeud, which dates back more than a century, has waned in recent years with the nine times champion Crusaders dominating almost all comers. With both sides unbeaten after their f…
 
One of the world's rarest shorebirds, a shore plover, has been successfully bred at a Hawke's Bay sanctuary for the first time. There is usually a delay in announcing the hatching of a chick because of their slim chance of survival with only about 250 left in the wild. So at nine months old, this chick is lucky to be alive. Cape Sanctuary General M…
 
Dunedin students are being offered the opportunity to ditch takeaways and two minute noodles in favour of growing vegetables and composting waste. In a new flatting initiative, twenty students will form a 'living lab' where researchers can monitor the students' success as they learn about sustainable living. The University of Otago hopes the resear…
 
The US supreme court this morning ruled that president Donald Trump is not immune to prosecution over his tax returns. Seven judges to two agreed that a New York prosecutor can obtain President Donald Trump's financial records, but it in a separate case it has also prevented Congress from obtaining similar documents. Kim Hill speaks to Simon Marks.…
 
Tiwai Point Smelter is looking likely to close after its owner Rio Tinto annouced plans to wind down operations yesterday. The smelter uses 13 percent of the country's electricity so how could that energy be used when the smelter closes. Auckland University associate professor Nicola Gaston, who is Co-director of the MacDiarmid Institute, speaks to…
 
More than a thousand Southland locals are facing the loss of their jobs after Rio Tinto announced plans to wind down operations at the Tiwai Point smelter. The smelter directly employs 1000 people and many others are indirectly employed as contractors. Otago-Southland reporter Tim Brown is in Invercargill and has spent time talking to locals there …
 
Former Prime Minister Helen Clark says an investigation into the World Health Organisation's handling of Covid 19 will inevitably look at every step it took to tackle the pandemic - including criticisms it favoured China and was too slow to respond. It was announced this morning Helen Clark will jointly lead an investigation into the WHO's handling…
 
New Zealanders are taking advice to 'stay local' to heart this school holidays. Spending analysis shows holidaymakers swapping Fiji and Rarotonga for Great Barrier Island and Waiheke are spending up large but cities are not being picked as holiday destinations. Justin Lester is from Wellington data consulting agency, Dot Loves Data.…
 
Changes to Wellington City Council housing policy could slash rents for half the council's tenants but may leave other marginally better off tenants picking up the tab. The proposed changes have also renewed calls for the government to extend its social housing rent subsidy to council tenants. RNZ housing reporter Eva Corlett with this story.…
 
A Corrections officer who was spat in the face by a prisoner during the Covid-19 lockdown has spent months waiting to find out if he now has a serious disease. Under the Corrections Act, any officer who comes in to contact with a prisoners bodily fluids must undergo a year of testing for infections like HIV and hepititis, before getting a clean bil…
 
International law experts are warning the government's plan to review extradition and trade relationships with Hong Kong won't be taken lightly by China. The review was prompted by a controversial new security law for the territory passed by China last week. The New Zealand government is going to consider the extradition arrangements with Hong Kong…
 
An intensive care doctor is outraged health officials are giving helicopter rescue trusts a daily list of Covid-19 patients, saying it's completely unnecessary. The National MP Hamish Walker resigned in disgrace after leaking the list of names and addresses he got from Michelle Boag, the acting chief executive of the Auckland Rescue Helicopter Trus…
 
Southland's Tiwai Point aluminium smelter looks set to close after Rio Tinto announced plans to wind down operations yesterday. The smelter employs 1000 people and uses 13 percent of the country's electricity. Graham Budd took over as the chief executive of the Southland Regional Development Agency, Great South, in February. He speaks to Kim Hill.…
 
Southland industries are warning it'll be a long hard slog finding new jobs for smelter workers. One thousand people will lose their jobs at the Tiwai Point aluminium smelter when it closes next year. A further 1600 workers in the region whose jobs rely on the smelter will also be hit hard. The Finance Minister Grant Robertson is promising to help …
 
Former Prime Minister Helen Clark has been given the job of jointly leading an investigation into the response of the World Health Organization, and that of governments, to Covid-19. She will share the role with the former president of Liberia, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. The director-general of the WHO, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus announced the appointm…
 
Health officials in the US are increasingly blaming the country's poor response to the pandemic on an anti-science bias. Experts like Anthony Fauci say people are ignoring the threat of Covid-19, and instead partying in big groups without social distancing, or refusing to wear masks in public. Adrian Bardon is a professor at Wake Forest University,…
 
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