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In der 62. Folge spricht Politikredakteur Benjamin Auber mit Professor Georg Cremer, der bis zum Jahr 2017 Generalsekretär des Deutschen Caritasverbandes war. Er äußert sich zu den sozialen Folgen der Corona-Pandemie und erklärt, warum gerade Bildung der Schlüssel zu einer gerechteren Gesellschaft ist.…
 
Überzeugt sei er von Isabell Huber, hatte CDU-Chef Thomas Strobl im Mai über die 34-Jährige gesagt, "und zwar nicht deswegen, weil sie irgendwie eine Frau ist oder die nette Mama von nebenan". Was die neue CDU-Generalsekretärin sonst noch ist? Zum Beispiel ein "Verwaltungsmensch", der die Party bei der Jungen Union liebte, wie sie in der 16. Folge …
 
There are some dishes that are ubiquitous around the globe. Every culture taking its own spin. Portland chef and activist Jenn Louis has spent several years exploring our relationship with chicken soup. She has collected dozens of recipes from all around the globe and put them in a beautiful tome titled The Chicken Soup Manifesto. Jenn still lives …
 
A federal panel has approved COVID-19 boosters for high-risk Americans, including those aged 65 and over, health care workers and the immunocompromised as Joe Biden heads to the UN General Assembly meeting and is expected to try to boost global vaccinations. Kelsey also discusses the ongoing fallout between the US and France over AUKUS. Kelsey Snel…
 
A New Zealand health-tech company is trialling technology that could help sufferers of chronic pain 'retrain' how their brain responds to nerve signals from the body. Exsurgo has developed a headset that uses electroencephalography (EEG) neurofeedback to monitor a patient's brain activity, feeding that data back to the patient in a way that reinfor…
 
Hong Kong-raised businessman, Desmond Shum's book Red Roulette is a no holds barred account of the life he lived as a wealthy businessman, entrepreneur and philanthropist in China in the 1990's and early 2000's. He writes about the how the Chinese business system and the Communist Party works and the connection with wealthy individuals, corruption,…
 
It's snap election day in Canada and there's still several hours until the polls close, to determine the fate of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The Liberal Party leader was regarded a warm favourite to retain power when last month he nominated an election date nearly two years ahead of schedule. Recent polling suggests Trudeau faces a fierce challe…
 
Age Concern says it's been crying out for the past six weeks for the sort of proactive approach now being taken to vaccinating those over 65 in Auckland. The Prime Minister yesterday revealed there were 23,000 unvaccinated elderly in Auckland. She asked that they all remain at home due to the higher risk of transmission under level 3 and announced …
 
There's been an almost 50 percent increase in injuries recorded as a result of firearms crime in Auckland City over the past year and a half, compared with the two years previous. The rates of gun crime in 2020 were the highest they've ever been, which the police are blaming on rising gang tensions. Ben Strang reports.…
 
Motorhome and horsetruck owners are demanding the Transport Agency drop a clampdown that is forcing vehicles off the road. Waka Kotahi has targeted structural modifications that allow drivers to crawl or walk between the cab and rear of the vehicle. But the safety checks need a specialist engineer sign off that is both expensive and hard to find. N…
 
In a first for professional sport in this country, a player has been released from his contract for refusing to receive the Covid-19 vaccine. Promising Breakers Basketball guard, Tai Webster, will not be joining the side for this year's NBL competition due to Australian state regulations preventing unvaccinated players from taking part. Breakers ow…
 
New Zealand director Jessica Hobbs has scooped best drama series director at the Emmy Awards for her work on the Netflix sensation, The Crown. She was recognised for her direction on the final episode of the last season which dealt with the marriage break down of Prince Charles and Princess Diana. Hobbs, and her mother Aileen O'Sullivan, spoke to C…
 
Hauraki district mayor Toby Adams told Morning Report it's frustrating to not have the information that locals need. A special lockdown has been put in place in the area after a remand prisoner who travelled there was found to have Covid-19. Adams told Morning Report there was not clarity around what the lockdown meant and where its boundaries were…
 
The outlook for commercial life in Auckland under alert level 3 seems to be, depending on who you ask, decidedly bleak, marking time at best, or else full steam ahead. Melba group of cafes owner Shawn Pope, Bayleys Real Estate regional general manager Hayden Stanaway, and Motor Trade Association advocacy and strategy manager Greig Epps spoke to Sus…
 
News of two Covid-19 cases at Mangatangi School in northern Hauraki has put Kaiaua School just up the road on high alert. Its principal Karlos Bosson already decided on Sunday night that his 27 students would have to stay home because some of them had been in contact with the two infected children from Mangatangi. Bosson spoke to Corin Dann.…
 
There are calls for the appointment of High Court judges to be more transparent, with the current system being described as outdated and elitist. There's no requirement for potential candidates to be formally interviewed, with some saying the prestigious job is often the result of a shoulder tap and coffee date. Anusha Bradley reports.…
 
Legislation creating a new offence for planning a terrorist attack comes back to Parliament on Tuesday, after being fast tracked because of the Lynmall attack. Ahamed Samsudeen was shot dead earlier this month after stabbing eight shoppers, leaving three of them seriously injured. He'd been under intensive police surveillance for some weeks after b…
 
The Silver Ferns shook off any rust they may have had after a disrupted build-up by beating the England Roses 48-42 in the first of three Tests in Christchurch on Monday night. New Zealand sprung a bit of a surprise when they started with uncapped player Tiana Metuarau at Goal Attack. But the move paid off - and the daughter of former Silver Fern c…
 
Auckland schools have been planning for a shift to alert level 3 and are expecting only small numbers of children on Wednesday. At level 3 schools must reopen for the children of people who have to return to work and can't make other arrangements, and they can also seek exemptions for small groups of senior secondary students. Children must be kept…
 
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says alert level 3 is strong enough to eliminate Auckland's latest Covid-19 outbreak. Alert level 3 will arrive at midnight on Tuesday after five weeks at alert level 4, but the current Covid-19 delta outbreak is still producing around 20 cases a day and modellers and health officials are nervous. Ardern spoke told Mor…
 
Residents near Kaiaua have been turning up in droves to get tested for Covid-19 since three cases three cases were identified from a household nearby. Te Korowai Hauora o Hauraki blitzed through hundreds of swabs at the Wharekawa marae pop-up testing centre yesterday, with a second site at Mangatangi marae opening on Tuesday. The organisation's chi…
 
While their big city neighbours have been allowed to switch down to level three, those in northern Hauraki are being asked to isolate at home until at least Friday. It follows three positive cases stemming from a prisoner being released in to the area on bail. The stay at home order extends to anybody who travelled in to the area since September th…
 
It's a roll of the dice that could either eliminate Delta or send the country tumbling back into a strict lockdown. From tomorrow, Auckland will move to level 3 after spending five weeks hunkered down at level 4. But with its stubborn tail and a jump to Waikato, the delta outbreak is showing it doesn't always play ball. Health correspondent Rowan Q…
 
More than 31,000 people tried to book the 3-thousand MIQ spots made available yesterday when the pause on new bookings was lifted. Needless to say, the vast majority missed out trying to get a place using the new virtual lobby system. Some were very unhappy. National Party's Covid-19 spokesperson Chris Bishop is describing the new system as both "d…
 
A small Waikato community is waiting anxiously for hundreds of covid test results to come back today. More than half the people who live in and around Mangatangi and Whakatiwai turned up at a local marae to be swabbed yesterday. The area is now in a five day lockdown after a three members of a local family tested positive - they got the virus from …
 
A student armed with a hunting rifle has opened fire at a university in the Russian city of Perm, killing at least eight people and wounding many others. Panicked students leapt from first-floor windows to escape Perm State University while others built barricades out of chairs to slow the shooter, who was eventually wounded and apprehended by poli…
 
Some Auckland hospitality businesses have signalled they don't plan on opening their doors at Alert Level 3, having exhausted their reserves. The industry says Level 3 is still too restrictive for businesses to break even. Hospitality New Zealand chief executive Julie White spoke to Susie Ferguson.
 
Aucklanders are stoked about the move to Covid-19 alert level 3 at midnight tonight, but are also worried about the number of Covid-19 cases in the city. There are more than 370 infected people - more than 600 have recovered but the number of new cases each day still hasn't dropped to single figures. But restrictions are being eased slightly - leve…
 
Top stories this morning... Auckland's move to Level 3 tonight is described as a roll of the dice that could either eliminate Delta or send us back into lockdown We'll speak to the Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern Hauraki Plains residents are waiting anxiously for hundreds of covid test results to come back today. And the Silver Ferns get a win again…
 
Auckland will officially move to Alert Level 3 at midnight tonight. Cafes, restaurants and takeaways will be able to open with contactless delivery or pick-up and many hospitality businesses can't wait to get going again. Yael Shochat from Ima Cuisine spoke with Nathan Rarere.
 
More than 31-thousand people tried to book some 3-thousand MIQ spots when the pause on new bookings was lifted yesterday morning. Needless to say, the vast majority missed out. One of them was Mike Moore, who's a travel technology consultant. He told our producer Matthew Theunissen he's been trying to get to the UK since his brother passed away sud…
 
Nathan Rarere spoke with the deputy leader of the National Party Shane Reti about Auckland's move to Alert Level 3. Nathan asked if he was surprised to learn that a man who's tested positive for Covid-19 was bailed to a Waikato address despite this meaning he had to cross the Auckland Level 4 border.…
 
This week on TradeMe a crocheted miniature Ashley Bloomfield, lecturn and all.. and Batman is back But first, producer Jeremy Parkinson asks TradeMe's Ruby Topzand about a chip.. Not of the first strawberries of the season.. nor one off the old block. A chip-shaped bubble, or is it a bubble-shaped chip?…
 
Auckland's Flower growers and florists are rejoicing at the news that they will finally be able to trade again with the city set to move to Alert Level 3, saving thousands of flowers from going onto to the compost heap. Aila Morgan-Guthrie from Hands in the Dirt told our reporter Ella Stewart she couldn't be more relieved. And Ella also spoke with …
 
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