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New Report on Justice System

A new report issued through the Justice Advisory Group centres on how to transform the New Zealand Justice System.  The Salvation Army says the report initiates a people-focussed conversation.  Ian Hutson the Director of the Social Policy and Parliamentary Unit for the Salvation Army joined Andrew by phone to talk about their response to this new report.


Franco Gagiano

Franco Gagiano is a worship leader and producer based in Capetown.  His new song is callec Overflow.  Andrew talked to Franco about his music and this new single. 



The modern workplace is starting to change, with many kiwis having the opportunity to work digitally from home.  While this may see a more flexible work place it can also feel disconnected with many kiwis wanting more face to face contact.  To help connect kiwi workers a new app called YOWO has been launched.   Sean Kilner from the YOWO team talked to Andrew about this new app.


Journeying through Change

For many people making changes in their life can be challenging to say this least!  Tanya Unkovich addresses this journey through change with Diane.



A new app has been designed to reduce food waste in New Zealand.  Recently launched the Foodprint app allows eateries to sell excess food at the end of the day at a reduced price.  Founder of Foodprint Michal Garvey talked with Diane about food waste and the inspiration behind this new app.


Persecution of Christians

A new interim report commissioned by the British government found that Christians are the most persecuted religious group in the world.  International Director and Founder of the Barnabus Fund Dr Patrick Sookdaeo joined Andrew by phone to talk about the report findings.


Unpacking Tearfund

Andrew talks with the Chief Executive of TearFund Ian McInnes about their organisational background and some of their key objectives.


Te Hāhi

Te Hāhi is a faith based organisation providing practical support and love to families impacted by domestic violence.  Te Hāhi translates as 'the church' and is based in both Gisborne and Rotorua.  One of the Key visionary's for the organisation is Tui Keenan she joined Andrew by phone to talk about its work.


The Brilliant Bagshaws

Sue Bagshaw has been working in the youth health sector for 30 years and is a champion for youth. Recently she has been made a Dame Companion of the Order of Merit. She alongside her husband Phil she is the subject of the new documentary 'The Brilliant Bagshaws, Sue joined Diane by phone to talk about her passion for youth health, her Damehood and the new documentary by Frank Films.


The Foodbank Project

The Foodbank Project is New Zealand only online foodbank, providing an online solution to top up local foodbanks.  Jono Bell, the head of Community Ministries for the Salvation Army joined Diane by phone to talk about the project.

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