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Waitakaruru Aboretum and Sculpture Park update

For thirty years Dorothy and John Wakeling have been working tirelessly to transform a former quarry site into a beautifully planted landscape as well as adding a sculpture park. Dorothy talks to Jesse about their latest project.

10 MIN3 h ago
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Waitakaruru Aboretum and Sculpture Park update

Researchers call for participants for tinnitus trial

Auckland University researchers are calling for tinnitus sufferers to come forward to take part in a trial using chatbot therapy. Dr Fabrice Bardy from The university's school of psychology talks to Jesse about their project.

11 MIN3 h ago
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Researchers call for participants for tinnitus trial

One year on from petitioning for schools to provide sanitary products

In August last year, Dignity co-founder, Jacinta Gulasekharam, delivered a petition to parliament calling for the ministry of education to provide free period products in schools. She talks to Jesse about getting that implemented.

9 MIN3 h ago
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One year on from petitioning for schools to provide sanitary products

1pm Pacific Regional News for 11 August 2020

The latest regional Pacific news.

6 MIN3 h ago
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1pm Pacific Regional News for 11 August 2020

Clean up begins at Dunedin's St Paul's Cathedral

The clean up has started at St Paul's Cathedral in Dunedin where a fire broke out early this morning. Firefighters were called to the Anglican cathedral at the corner of Moray Place and Stuart Street about 3.30pm. RNZ's Tess Brunton has been following the developments and spoke to Māni Dunlop.

1 MIN4 h ago
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Clean up begins at Dunedin's St Paul's Cathedral

Former soldier's injury "totally avoidable and unnecessary"

The Defence Minister has described an ex-soldier's 30-year-old training injury as "totally avoidable and unnecessary". George Nepata was rendered a tetraplegic after he was severely injured in April 1989 as a junior soldier. Today Ron Mark formally apologised to Mr Nepata and made an ex-gratia payment to him. Māni Dunlop spoke to the Minister.

4 MIN4 h ago
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Former soldier's injury "totally avoidable and unnecessary"

Midday Rural News for 11 August 2020

New information suggests the China US trade war and the ravages of Covid 19 have played a big part in the troubles affecting the leather industry. Eric Frykberg has the rural news.

6 MIN4 h ago
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Midday Rural News for 11 August 2020

Midday Sports News for 11 August 2020

Rugby Australia remains committed to playing its own Super Rugby competition. Barry Guy has sport.

1 MIN4 h ago
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Midday Sports News for 11 August 2020

Midday Business News for 11 August 2020

Fletcher Building expects to make a loss of almost $200-million for the year ended June. Gyles Beckford has business.

7 MIN4 h ago
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Midday Business News for 11 August 2020

Shooting at White House interrupts Trump media briefing

A US Secret Service officer and a member of the public have both been transported to a Washington DC hospital after a shooting outside the White House. President Donald Trump was forced to abruptly leave a media conference due to the incident. RNZ's correspondent in Washington, Jagruti Dave, spoke to Māni Dunlop.

1 MIN4 h ago
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Shooting at White House interrupts Trump media briefing

Latest Episodes

Waitakaruru Aboretum and Sculpture Park update

For thirty years Dorothy and John Wakeling have been working tirelessly to transform a former quarry site into a beautifully planted landscape as well as adding a sculpture park. Dorothy talks to Jesse about their latest project.

10 MIN3 h ago
Comments
Waitakaruru Aboretum and Sculpture Park update

Researchers call for participants for tinnitus trial

Auckland University researchers are calling for tinnitus sufferers to come forward to take part in a trial using chatbot therapy. Dr Fabrice Bardy from The university's school of psychology talks to Jesse about their project.

11 MIN3 h ago
Comments
Researchers call for participants for tinnitus trial

One year on from petitioning for schools to provide sanitary products

In August last year, Dignity co-founder, Jacinta Gulasekharam, delivered a petition to parliament calling for the ministry of education to provide free period products in schools. She talks to Jesse about getting that implemented.

9 MIN3 h ago
Comments
One year on from petitioning for schools to provide sanitary products

1pm Pacific Regional News for 11 August 2020

The latest regional Pacific news.

6 MIN3 h ago
Comments
1pm Pacific Regional News for 11 August 2020

Clean up begins at Dunedin's St Paul's Cathedral

The clean up has started at St Paul's Cathedral in Dunedin where a fire broke out early this morning. Firefighters were called to the Anglican cathedral at the corner of Moray Place and Stuart Street about 3.30pm. RNZ's Tess Brunton has been following the developments and spoke to Māni Dunlop.

1 MIN4 h ago
Comments
Clean up begins at Dunedin's St Paul's Cathedral

Former soldier's injury "totally avoidable and unnecessary"

The Defence Minister has described an ex-soldier's 30-year-old training injury as "totally avoidable and unnecessary". George Nepata was rendered a tetraplegic after he was severely injured in April 1989 as a junior soldier. Today Ron Mark formally apologised to Mr Nepata and made an ex-gratia payment to him. Māni Dunlop spoke to the Minister.

4 MIN4 h ago
Comments
Former soldier's injury "totally avoidable and unnecessary"

Midday Rural News for 11 August 2020

New information suggests the China US trade war and the ravages of Covid 19 have played a big part in the troubles affecting the leather industry. Eric Frykberg has the rural news.

6 MIN4 h ago
Comments
Midday Rural News for 11 August 2020

Midday Sports News for 11 August 2020

Rugby Australia remains committed to playing its own Super Rugby competition. Barry Guy has sport.

1 MIN4 h ago
Comments
Midday Sports News for 11 August 2020

Midday Business News for 11 August 2020

Fletcher Building expects to make a loss of almost $200-million for the year ended June. Gyles Beckford has business.

7 MIN4 h ago
Comments
Midday Business News for 11 August 2020

Shooting at White House interrupts Trump media briefing

A US Secret Service officer and a member of the public have both been transported to a Washington DC hospital after a shooting outside the White House. President Donald Trump was forced to abruptly leave a media conference due to the incident. RNZ's correspondent in Washington, Jagruti Dave, spoke to Māni Dunlop.

1 MIN4 h ago
Comments
Shooting at White House interrupts Trump media briefing
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