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95bFM's daily News and Current Affairs hour. Reuben McLaren, Leonard Powell, Lillian Hanly, Lachlan Balfour and Kelly Enright bring you the issues from Tāmaki Makaurau and elsewhere, in independent-thinking bFM style.

Latest Episodes

The Wire with Jemima: November 18, 2019

This week on the Monday Wire, Sherry talks to Mai Chen about theChinese experience of the New Zealand court system. Lachlan speaks to Dr Garth Bennie from the New Zealand Disability Support Network about the gap in funding for disability services. Jemima talks to Green Party co-leader James Shaw about the US withdrawing from the Paris Agreement, Gareth Hughes' resignation and the Sustainable NZ party. Sherry wraps it up with an interview with Sam Stubbs from Simplicity NZ about diversity in New Zealand board rooms.

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The Wire with Jemima: November 18, 2019

Diversity in Boardrooms w/ Sam Stubbs: November 11th, 2019

The latest annual New Zealand Census of Women on Boards shows the top 100 publicly listed companies still overwhelmingly male and Pākehā. Simplicity is NZ’s not for profit kiwisaver scheme, and managing director Sam Stubbs assisted in the census. Simplicity will be engaging in formal shareholding action voting directors in and out, if companies have not achieved full diversity by 2022. Sherry speaks toSam on issues with tokenism, why it’s been so slow to change, andbegins by asking him about theethnic and gender makeup of boardrooms at the moment.

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Diversity in Boardrooms w/ Sam Stubbs: November 11th, 2019

Super-diversity in Courts: Chinese w/ Mai Chen: November 11th, 2019

The 2018 showed that the percentage of people not born in New Zealand was 27.4%, an increase from 25.2% in Census 2013.The biggest increase in ethnic group is the Asian population.The Superdiversity Institute for Law, Policy and Business released a report on the cultural and language barriers the Chinese community experience through the litigation process in senior courts, difficulties matching interpreters with clients and discrimination felt by Asian lawyers. Sherry spoke to Lawyer and Author of the report, Mai Chen, on her findingsand recommendations to address this issue. Shebegins by asking Mai on the background tothe report.

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Super-diversity in Courts: Chinese w/ Mai Chen: November 11th, 2019

Disability support services and the significant funding gap: November 18, 2019

The Disability Support Network has released its briefing paper in preparation for the 2020 budget and has identified worrying shortfalls in funding. They estimate there is a gap in funding of at least 514 million dollars to provide care and support to those who are entitled to it. The report also shed light on the large number of people missing out on services, with up to 15,000 people and their families not having access to disability supports . lachlan spoke with Dr Garth Bennie, Chief Executive of the Disability Support Network, about the briefing paper.

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Disability support services and the significant funding gap: November 18, 2019

The Wire with Tuwhenuaroa: November 15, 2019

On the show: Tu spoke to Denise Lee of the National Party about… The Education Discussion Paper, Next year’s referendum, and the Ōwairaka tree removals Bronnie spoke to Geoff McLay of the New Zealand Law Society about their submissions on the Terrorism Supresssion (Control Orders) Bill And Ben does neutral corner on the Turkey, the USA and Russia

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The Wire with Tuwhenuaroa: November 15, 2019

Terrorism Suppression Bill submissions w/ Geoff McLay: November 15, 2019

Parliamentary submissions on the Terrorism Suppression (Control Orders) Bill were open recently, from the 6thtothe 10th of November.The New Zealand Law Society presented its submission to Parliament’s Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Select Committee yesterday, highlighting a number of concerns about the Bill's substance, as well as the urgency with which it has proceeded. The Billwas introduced last month byJustice Minister Andrew Littleto impose restrictions onNew Zealanders suspected of terrorism-related activity overseas attempting to returnhome.This came shortly after Prime Minister Jacinda Arden warned extremist Mark Taylor(who is currently believed to be detained in Syria)that if he came back to New Zealand he would face “the full force of the law” Producer Bronwyn Wildespoke to Geoff McLay of the New Zealand Law Society about their submissions. He began by noting the Bill's blurring of the realms of criminal and civil law.

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Terrorism Suppression Bill submissions w/ Geoff McLay: November 15, 2019

Neutral corner: 15th November, 2019

This week's Neutral Corner looks at media coverage of a recent summit between the Presidents of Turkey and the United States of America.

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Neutral corner: 15th November, 2019

Can Breastmilk Really Contaminate Pools? i/v w Siouxsie Wiles

Wellington City Council has banned breastfeeding in pools, saying it poses a risk of contamination. Mary-Margaret asks microbiologist Siouxsie Wiles if breast milk really contains potentially harmful contaminants.

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Can Breastmilk Really Contaminate Pools? i/v w Siouxsie Wiles

Reconfiguring our Public Sphere w/ Peter Thompson

Mary-Margaret talks to Victoria Uni's Peter Thompson about the implications of a possible disestablishment of RNZ and TVNZ.

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Reconfiguring our Public Sphere w/ Peter Thompson

The Wire with Justin: 14th November 2019

International Desk talks about Bolivia and its ousted president Evo Morales Mary-Margaret talked Peter Thompson of Victoria University on the possibility of a new public media entity replacing TVNZ and Radio New Zealand. Justin talked toJustice Minister Andrew Little about the government's new legeslations regarding firearms and sexual violence victims and the new Sustainable New Zealand party and Bird of the Year results. Mary-Margaret also talked to Auckland University's Siouxsie Wiles about the Wellington City Council's claim that breasfeeding in pools could cause contamination.

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The Wire with Justin: 14th November 2019
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Latest Episodes

The Wire with Jemima: November 18, 2019

This week on the Monday Wire, Sherry talks to Mai Chen about theChinese experience of the New Zealand court system. Lachlan speaks to Dr Garth Bennie from the New Zealand Disability Support Network about the gap in funding for disability services. Jemima talks to Green Party co-leader James Shaw about the US withdrawing from the Paris Agreement, Gareth Hughes' resignation and the Sustainable NZ party. Sherry wraps it up with an interview with Sam Stubbs from Simplicity NZ about diversity in New Zealand board rooms.

-1 s1 d ago
Comments
The Wire with Jemima: November 18, 2019

Diversity in Boardrooms w/ Sam Stubbs: November 11th, 2019

The latest annual New Zealand Census of Women on Boards shows the top 100 publicly listed companies still overwhelmingly male and Pākehā. Simplicity is NZ’s not for profit kiwisaver scheme, and managing director Sam Stubbs assisted in the census. Simplicity will be engaging in formal shareholding action voting directors in and out, if companies have not achieved full diversity by 2022. Sherry speaks toSam on issues with tokenism, why it’s been so slow to change, andbegins by asking him about theethnic and gender makeup of boardrooms at the moment.

-1 s1 d ago
Comments
Diversity in Boardrooms w/ Sam Stubbs: November 11th, 2019

Super-diversity in Courts: Chinese w/ Mai Chen: November 11th, 2019

The 2018 showed that the percentage of people not born in New Zealand was 27.4%, an increase from 25.2% in Census 2013.The biggest increase in ethnic group is the Asian population.The Superdiversity Institute for Law, Policy and Business released a report on the cultural and language barriers the Chinese community experience through the litigation process in senior courts, difficulties matching interpreters with clients and discrimination felt by Asian lawyers. Sherry spoke to Lawyer and Author of the report, Mai Chen, on her findingsand recommendations to address this issue. Shebegins by asking Mai on the background tothe report.

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Comments
Super-diversity in Courts: Chinese w/ Mai Chen: November 11th, 2019

Disability support services and the significant funding gap: November 18, 2019

The Disability Support Network has released its briefing paper in preparation for the 2020 budget and has identified worrying shortfalls in funding. They estimate there is a gap in funding of at least 514 million dollars to provide care and support to those who are entitled to it. The report also shed light on the large number of people missing out on services, with up to 15,000 people and their families not having access to disability supports . lachlan spoke with Dr Garth Bennie, Chief Executive of the Disability Support Network, about the briefing paper.

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Comments
Disability support services and the significant funding gap: November 18, 2019

The Wire with Tuwhenuaroa: November 15, 2019

On the show: Tu spoke to Denise Lee of the National Party about… The Education Discussion Paper, Next year’s referendum, and the Ōwairaka tree removals Bronnie spoke to Geoff McLay of the New Zealand Law Society about their submissions on the Terrorism Supresssion (Control Orders) Bill And Ben does neutral corner on the Turkey, the USA and Russia

-1 s4 d ago
Comments
The Wire with Tuwhenuaroa: November 15, 2019

Terrorism Suppression Bill submissions w/ Geoff McLay: November 15, 2019

Parliamentary submissions on the Terrorism Suppression (Control Orders) Bill were open recently, from the 6thtothe 10th of November.The New Zealand Law Society presented its submission to Parliament’s Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Select Committee yesterday, highlighting a number of concerns about the Bill's substance, as well as the urgency with which it has proceeded. The Billwas introduced last month byJustice Minister Andrew Littleto impose restrictions onNew Zealanders suspected of terrorism-related activity overseas attempting to returnhome.This came shortly after Prime Minister Jacinda Arden warned extremist Mark Taylor(who is currently believed to be detained in Syria)that if he came back to New Zealand he would face “the full force of the law” Producer Bronwyn Wildespoke to Geoff McLay of the New Zealand Law Society about their submissions. He began by noting the Bill's blurring of the realms of criminal and civil law.

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Terrorism Suppression Bill submissions w/ Geoff McLay: November 15, 2019

Neutral corner: 15th November, 2019

This week's Neutral Corner looks at media coverage of a recent summit between the Presidents of Turkey and the United States of America.

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Comments
Neutral corner: 15th November, 2019

Can Breastmilk Really Contaminate Pools? i/v w Siouxsie Wiles

Wellington City Council has banned breastfeeding in pools, saying it poses a risk of contamination. Mary-Margaret asks microbiologist Siouxsie Wiles if breast milk really contains potentially harmful contaminants.

-1 s5 d ago
Comments
Can Breastmilk Really Contaminate Pools? i/v w Siouxsie Wiles

Reconfiguring our Public Sphere w/ Peter Thompson

Mary-Margaret talks to Victoria Uni's Peter Thompson about the implications of a possible disestablishment of RNZ and TVNZ.

-1 s5 d ago
Comments
Reconfiguring our Public Sphere w/ Peter Thompson

The Wire with Justin: 14th November 2019

International Desk talks about Bolivia and its ousted president Evo Morales Mary-Margaret talked Peter Thompson of Victoria University on the possibility of a new public media entity replacing TVNZ and Radio New Zealand. Justin talked toJustice Minister Andrew Little about the government's new legeslations regarding firearms and sexual violence victims and the new Sustainable New Zealand party and Bird of the Year results. Mary-Margaret also talked to Auckland University's Siouxsie Wiles about the Wellington City Council's claim that breasfeeding in pools could cause contamination.

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Comments
The Wire with Justin: 14th November 2019
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