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Joining us on the Weekend Panel this morning are Ali Jones, a Senior Consultant at RedPR and BRG Director Chris Wikaira. Among other topics, they'll be discussing the roadmap out of lockdown, what to do with vaccination rates, Auckland schools returning, housing issues, ageism and the British Royal Family getting political.…
 
Ausgezeichnet vernetzt, mit hervorragender Expertise: Das zeichnet Simone Fischer, die neue Landesbeauftragte für Menschen mit Behinderung, in professioneller Hinsicht aus. „Und ich bringe sicherlich auch meine Erfahrungen als kleinwüchsige Frau mit“, sagt die 42-Jährige. Um gleich einzuschränken: „Das bedeutet aber nicht, dass ich per se allen Men…
 
In der 67. Folge mit Hans-Georg Kräusslich, Chefvirologe am Uniklinikum, geht es um folgende Themen: Was ist beim Hopp-Unternehmen Curevac mit dem Impfstoff schiefgelaufen? Was ist von einem Impfstoff per Nasenspray zu halten? Spermien, Eizellen und Fruchtbarkeit - Was machen hier die Corona-Impfstoffe? Und warum das Uniklinikum Heidelberg keine Ve…
 
The Thames Coromandel District Council voted unanimously today to support the governments vaccination program with a recommendation that all elected members and staff, whether it is mandated or not, should seriously consider being vaccinated in line with Ministry of Health's advice unless there are health reasons for an exemption. This now puts May…
 
You may remember how difficult it is to get tickets to do any of the great walks - They sold out in about five minutes as Kiwis flocked to enjoy their own backyard. Aucklander, Richard Wagener, his wife Jenny and their four kids booked to do the Milford Track in December. But the chances of that happening with Auckland still in level three lockdown…
 
No jab, no job. Today the government made it clear that this is the way of the future. For the vaccine hesitant this is the news they've been dreading - but for employers around the country the new rules will give certainty about how to deal with staff wont get vaccinated. Jennifer Mills specialises in employment, and health and safety law and is t…
 
Mental health experts say the devil will be in the detail of the government's long-term pathway to mental wellbeing, Kia Manawanui. But the nitty-gritty seems to be missing from the document and experts warn little will change unless the plan's developed. Here's reporter Kim Moodie.
 
No jab, no job is to become reality for tens of thousands of people. The government has expanded the vaccine mandate to cover all workers at businesses where customers will need to show a Covid vaccine certificate. That includes cafes, restaurants, gyms and close contacts businesses like hairdressers. Those that are not vaccinated will be given a f…
 
South Auckland community leaders are confident all three DHBs in Tāmaki Makaurau will hit 90 percent fully vaccinated. And while the race is on to get the city out of lockdown before Christmas, leaders say it is going to take a lot of work to reach those pockets of the community that have still not yet received a jab. Kate Gregan reports.…
 
Whānau Ora providers have told the High Court that the Health Ministry's refusal to hand over the vaccination information of all Māori is inconsistent and a breach of the Treaty of Waitangi. But the Crown says to do so would be a serious breach of privacy, and could actually derail the vaccination rollout for Māori. Our Māori news reporter Jamie Ta…
 
Farmers around the country could be in to reap the rewards of one of Fonterra's biggest milk price payouts in the co-operative's history. The dairy giant predicts an $8.40 payout would pour almost $13 billion into the regions. Here's our reporter Tom Kitchin.
 
A group of New Zealanders stuck overseas have proposed a self isolation system for returnees, which would see more people get home and reduce cost for the government. The Grounded Kiwis plan would take into account the vaccine status of the people returning and where they've come from, as well as the vaccine rates in New Zealand. Grounded Kiwis' sp…
 
The South Island's streak of no Covid-19 community cases ended over the weekend, prompting discussions about how to reduce further spread. The unvaccinated person flew from Rotorua to Blenheim late last week before testing positive. Already there's been calls for travellers to the South Island to have a pre-departure test and be vaccinated. Our rep…
 
A doctor says she will have to leave the country and fly back in to be eligible for the government's one-off residence visa. Critical workers qualify if they arrive before next July, but those already here can only settle permanently if they were on certain visas at the end of last month. Gill Bonnett reports.…
 
The government has announced the Covid vaccine will be compulsory for all workers at businesses where customers need to show a vaccine certificate. That includes cafes, restaurants, gyms and hairdressers. The Workplace Relations and Safety Minister Michael Wood talks to Nita Blake-Persen.
 
There was no update today for Auckland pupils - and parents - about when children in younger year levels will go back to school. But some Auckland students have returned to the classroom for the first time in over two months. However case numbers and low vaccination rates are keeping many at home, and some school gates are staying shut. Reporter Lo…
 
The government has announced a major expansion of its vaccine mandate. Workers employed by businesses that require customers to present a vaccine certificate will also need to be fully immunised. About a quarter of the entire work force is expected to be covered by the sweeping order. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says this requirement will come in…
 
To discuss the disparity and how we improve the provision of prostate cancer treatment in Aotearoa Jesse is joined by the co-leader of Oranga Tu: A Healthy Stand - Associate Professor Jacquie Kidd from the AUT School of Clinical Sciences.
 
New Zealand's Council for International Development's annual conference has kicked off. It's the umbrella organisation for the country's aid agencies. The virtual conference has been focusing on humanitarian aid and its relationship with the Pacific Islands. RNZ Pacific's Eleisha Foon has the details.…
 
Today cabinet faces some tough calls when it comes to mandatory vaccinations, targets and requests for Northland to return to lockdown. The Government will hold a post-Cabinet press conference at 4pm today. Political commentator Lara Greaves spoke to Midday Report's Māni Dunlop about what the country's leaders have on their table for the coming wee…
 
Farming towns are hoping to reap the rewards of one of Fonterra's biggest milk price payouts in the co-operative's history. The dairy giant expects to pay between $7.90-8.90 per kilogram of milk solids. Fonterra's chief executive Miles Hurrell said an $8.40 payout would pour almost $13 billion into regional Aotearoa. One region hoping to see that b…
 
The Whānau Ora Commissioning Agency is arguing that the health ministry's refusal to share Māori vaccine information is inconsistent and a breach of the Treaty of Waitangi. The agency is trying to get access to the personal vaccination information of Maori at a hearing that's underway at the High Court in Wellington. RNZ Te Manu Korihi reporter Jam…
 
Many of Auckland's senior High School students returned to class this morning - now wearing masks - more than two months after the first community case of the Delta variant of Covid-19 was detected in the city. After 10 weeks of learning from home, years 11, 12 and 13 can return - with less than four weeks to go before end of year exams. The princi…
 
Senior students are back at school today, but with case numbers rising, the race to vaccinate continues. The deputy prime minister Grant Robertson told Morning Report the Government expects to make announcement regarding "no jab, no job" this week. At the weekend an unvaccinated man tested positive for Covid-19 in the South Island. Otago University…
 
Liz delves into why the dream of a comfortable retirement lifestyle is gradually getting out of reach for many New Zealanders - not only those nearing the end of their working life with little or no savings, but younger people who have battled against record house prices to buy their first home.
 
A new book is celebrating Maoritanga and the true stories of Maori who have achieved incredible things. The book Kia Kaha, by Stacey Morrison and Jeremy Sherlock, documents 49 Maori people and groups who blazed a trail, and in their way changed the world. It features people like Sir Apirana Ngata, Patricia Grace, Billy T James, Meri Te Tai Mangakah…
 
Stephen, Brigitte and Kathryn discuss the Goverment's re-opening plan, the traffic light system for living with the Covid-19 pandemic and a road-map for getting back to business. Also, National and Labour's collaboration on housing. Stephen Mills is an executive director at Talbot Mills research limited which is the polling firm used by Labour. He …
 
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