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Parihaka Peace Day

At 5am on November 5, 1881, 1,600 soldiers and policeman, led by Native Minister John Bryce, invaded the Māori settlement of Parihaka in central Taranaki. The settlement had at the time come to symbolise peaceful resistance to the confiscation of Maori Land. Eugene Fuimaono will share his experience and reflections on Parihaka.

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Banking Sick Leave

The Marlborough District Council have taken on itself to create something called a 'Sick Leave Bank', Phillip deBruyn talked with Diane about how it works.

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Microfibres in Ocean

Each time you load up the washing machine, synthetic fabrics such as polyester, derived from plastic, shed microfibres that end up in the ocean via the waste water from our laundry, Diane talked with Dr Trisia Farrelly, Senior Lecturer of Social Anthropology Programme and School of People Environment and Planning.

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NZ Fertility Week

Catherine Sylverster is someone who has shared her fertility journey with others, she is the author of two books on the topic, Hope for Today and A Common Thread and chatted with Diane today.

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Singing Cars, Robot Bees and Self-driving Vendors

Jaz talks with Nerida about about the latest in the tech worls, today it's all about cars that sing, robotic bees and vendor carts that self-drive.

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