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Tapping into our noisy oceans

May 20, 2024 09:30 - 22 minutes - 20.3 MB

The myth of the 'silent world' beneath the waves is something Professor Craig Radford is trying to correct by recording the noises fish and marine mammals make.

Whakataukī of the Week with Benjamin Lau

May 20, 2024 09:15 - 7 minutes - 6.88 MB

Head of music at Newlands College in Wellington and chair of Mātauranga a Puoro o Aotearoa of Benjamin Lau talks to Emile Donovan about workshops being run during New Zealand music month encouraging pupils and teachers to learn about taonga pūoro and tikanga.

ABC Wantok Program for 20 May 2024

May 20, 2024 08:00 - 30 minutes - 27.7 MB

ABC Wantok Program for 20 May 2024.

Melanesian Update for 20 May 2024

May 20, 2024 07:20 - 13 minutes - 12.2 MB

The latest news from Melanesia.

Melanesian Update for 20 May 2024

May 20, 2024 07:20 - 13 minutes - 12.2 MB

The latest news from Melanesia.

News in Solomon Islands Pidgin for 20 May 2024

May 20, 2024 07:10 - 6 minutes - 5.57 MB

The latest news in Solomon Islands Pidgin (Tok Pisin).

RNZ Pacific news at 7pm for 20 May 2024

May 20, 2024 07:00 - 9 minutes - 8.9 MB

The latest RNZ Pacific news.

The Panel with Ali Jones & Andie McCombs (Part 2)

May 20, 2024 06:32 - 20 minutes - 19.1 MB

Tonight on The Panel, Wallace Chapman and panellists Ali Jones & Andi McCombs discuss the impact of cycle lanes on business & the Gina Rinehart portrait controversy. Ali Jones is a PR consultant, Papanui Innes community board member and insurance claimant advocate. Andi McCombs is a Digital designer and communicator

The Panel with Ali Jones & Andie McCombs (Part 1)

May 20, 2024 06:06 - 24 minutes - 22.9 MB

Tonight on The Panel, Wallace Chapman and panellists Ali Jones & Andi McCombs discuss homelessness & Relationship and sexuality (RSE) education in schools. Ali Jones is a PR consultant, Papanui Innes community board member and insurance claimant advocate. Andi McCombs is a Digital designer and communicator

Growing interest in homesteading lifestyle

May 20, 2024 05:48 - 3 minutes - 2.82 MB

A growing number of New Zealanders are making the switch to the homesteading lifestyle - foregoing the conveniences of modern life with the aim of growing as much of their own food as possible. Luka Forman reports.

Massive brawl breaks out in Taiwan legislature

May 20, 2024 05:42 - 4 minutes - 4.5 MB

Asia correspondent Diane To speaks to Lisa Owen about British counterterrorism police charging three men with working for Hong Kong's foreign intelligence agents, Taiwan swearing in a new president and a massive brawl that broke out in Taiwan's legislature.

Evening business for 20 May 2024

May 20, 2024 05:35 - 5 minutes - 4.9 MB

News from the business sector, including a market report.

Five Phoenix players make A-League all stars team

May 20, 2024 05:32 - 3 minutes - 3.16 MB

The Wellington Phoenix have missed out on the A-League grand final but a handful of players will test themselves against English Premier League opposition this week. Five Phoenix players have been selected for the A-League All Stars game against Newcastle United on Friday in Melbourne. Sports reporter Felicity Reid speaks to Lisa Owen.

Justice Minister commits to review harassment laws

May 20, 2024 05:25 - 6 minutes - 5.85 MB

Justice Minister Paul Goldsmith speaks to Lisa Owen about his commitment to review harassment laws this parliamentary term.

Housing Minister announces shake up for Kainga Ora

May 20, 2024 05:14 - 7 minutes - 7.26 MB

Housing Minister Chris Bishop speaks to Lisa Owen about the damning independent report into Kainga Ora and changes he's planning to make.

Kiwis cling to hope for New Caledonia rescue flight

May 20, 2024 05:10 - 3 minutes - 3.41 MB

New Zealanders caught up in the conflict in New Caledonia are holding out hope flights out of Noumea will resume tomorrow. Lucy Xia reports.

RNZ News at 5pm, May 20

May 20, 2024 05:00 - 9 minutes - 4.12 MB

All the top stories and other headlines from the day

Former Shortland St star on Gaza hunger strike

May 20, 2024 04:41 - 5 minutes - 5.12 MB

A former Shortland Street actor is starving himself in protest at the war in Gaza and says he may well become a casuality of the conflict. Will Alexander speaks to Lisa Owen.

Iran's president killed in helicopter crash

May 20, 2024 04:37 - 2 minutes - 2.17 MB

CNN's International Correspondent in Abu Dhabi Paula Hancocks speaks to Lisa Owen about the helicopter crash which has killed Iran's president and foreign minister

Herbertville pub still closed after Cyclone Gabrielle

May 20, 2024 04:33 - 4 minutes - 3.87 MB

The silt's gone and the roads into the North Island seaside village of Herbertville are under repair, after Cyclone Gabrielle struck last year. Jimmy Ellingham reports.

Scott McLaughlin sets new track record

May 20, 2024 04:28 - 4 minutes - 4.32 MB

New Zealand Indycar driver Scott McLaughlin has set a new track record in claiming pole position for next week's Indianapolis 500. McLaughlin reached speeds of nearly 377 kilometres per hour over his four-lap qualifying session today. It was McLaughlin's first career pole for the event described as The Greatest Spectacle in Racing. Sports reporter Felicity speaks to Lisa Owen.

Damning review of Kainga Ora finances

May 20, 2024 04:22 - 5 minutes - 5.18 MB

Deputy political editor Craig McCulloch speaks to Lisa Owen about the damning report into Kainga Ora saying it's an underperforming agency - under weakened leadership - and on an unsustainable financial path.

Iran president: 'No signs of life' at helicopter crash site

May 20, 2024 04:15 - 4 minutes - 3.84 MB

Middle East correspondent Camille Nedelec speaks to Lisa Owen about the latest developments following the crash of a helicopter carrying Iran's president and foreign minister.

Should there be a limit on fast food in suburbs?

May 20, 2024 04:12 - 1 minute - 1.4 MB

Our visual journalist Nick Monro asked people if there should be a limit on how many fast food joints there can be in one suburb.

Orakei residents not lovin' plans for McDonald's

May 20, 2024 04:06 - 5 minutes - 5.23 MB

Residents in the Auckland suburb of Orakei are again battling plans to build a 24 hour McDonald's restaurant in their neighbourhood. Orakei Community Association chair Alistair Bell spoke with Lisa Owen.

The Pre-Panel for 20 May 2024

May 20, 2024 03:45 - 8 minutes - 7.96 MB

Today on the Pre-Panel, Wallace Chapman previews tonight's show and producer Tom Riste-Smith joins to discuss "BBL Drizy" and whether AI art has become soo good even the pro's can't tell.

Here Now

May 20, 2024 03:35 - 13 minutes - 12 MB

On Here Now this week, as Sudan's civil war continúes, diaspora across the world are holding on to slivers of hope.

The Age of Grievance, why everyone is complaining

May 20, 2024 03:10 - 20 minutes - 18.8 MB

Everyone has a complaint about something. Being a victim and feeling resentful has become a form of social currency says New York Times opinion writer Frank Bruni. It's driving political division and eroding civility, and the willingness to compromise. He looks at the causes and argues that humility is the antidote in his new book, The Age of Grievance.

RNZ Pacific news at 3pm for 20 May 2024

May 20, 2024 03:00 - 8 minutes - 7.77 MB

The latest RNZ Pacific news.

Expert Feature: Relationship counselling

May 20, 2024 02:30 - 24 minutes - 22.5 MB

Maintaining a long, healthy relationship is never completely smooth sailing, and external pressures can cause stress that couples struggle to work through without support.

Made in NZ: EmGuard

May 20, 2024 02:20 - 8 minutes - 7.72 MB

For Made in NZ today we're looking to Nelson where an award-winning product called EmGuard is manufactured.

Television Critic: Pratik Navani

May 20, 2024 02:10 - 10 minutes - 9.37 MB

Today Pratik talks to Jesse about The 3 Body Problem, ExMen '97 and Malcolm in the Middle.

Midday Report Essentials for Monday 20 May 2024

May 20, 2024 01:45 - 16 minutes - 15.2 MB

On today's episode, despite thousands of armed French Police on New Caledonian soil - many of the roads are still blocked or are in worse condition than they were, journalist Coralie Cochin joins us from Nouméa, staff at the Children's Ministry are expressing alarm that government-ordered cuts will compromise vital record keeping, scientists have found evidence that large earthquakes can trigger volcanic activity, and Wellington Water says the region saved more than 400 million litres of...

Keeping profits down to help the community

May 20, 2024 01:35 - 10 minutes - 9.28 MB

A small family run convenience store in Oamaru has taken matters into their own hands when it comes to grocery prices.

RNZ Podcast "Thrift" launched

May 20, 2024 01:25 - 7 minutes - 7.11 MB

RNZ podcast producer and presenter Katy Gosset has a brand new six part series about to launch all about saving money, making budgets go further and expert tips on fiscal responsibility.

Hidden life of extinct ducks uncovered

May 20, 2024 01:15 - 7 minutes - 6.88 MB

New information about one of New Zealands mysterious extinct birds has come to light. Associate Professor Nic Rawlence is the Director of Otago Palaeogenetics Laboratory at the University of Otago speaks to Jesse.

First song: How Bizarre cover by Reb Fountain

May 20, 2024 01:05 - 12 minutes - 11.8 MB

Reb Fountain is paying tribute to an incredible musician who's no longer with us, but was the genuis behind one of Aotearoa's most successful songs of all time... How Bizarre.

RNZ Pacific news at 1pm for 20 May 2024

May 20, 2024 01:00 - 8 minutes - 7.66 MB

The latest RNZ Pacific news.

Wellington locals save more than 400 million litres of water

May 20, 2024 00:45 - 3 minutes - 2.98 MB

Wellington Water says the region saved more than 400 million litres of water this summer thanks to the effort of locals. Wellington Water director of regulatory services Charles Barker spoke to Charlotte Cook.

Wellington locals save more than 400 million litres of water

May 20, 2024 00:45 - 3 minutes - 2.98 MB

Wellington Water says the region saved more than 400 million litres of water this summer thanks to the effort of locals. Wellington Water director of regulatory services Charles Barker spoke to Charlotte Cook.

Earthquakes can trigger volcanic activity: study

May 20, 2024 00:42 - 3 minutes - 2.9 MB

Local scientists have found evidence that large earthquakes can trigger volcanic activity. Victoria University seismologist and one of the co-authors of the study Dr Finn Illsley-Kemp spoke to Charlotte Cook.

Earthquakes can trigger volcanic activity: study

May 20, 2024 00:42 - 3 minutes - 2.9 MB

Local scientists have found evidence that large earthquakes can trigger volcanic activity. Victoria University seismologist and one of the co-authors of the study Dr Finn Illsley-Kemp spoke to Charlotte Cook.

Midday Rural News for 20 May 2024

May 20, 2024 00:36 - 6 minutes - 5.62 MB

News from the rural farming sector.

Midday Sports News for 20 May 2024

May 20, 2024 00:28 - 2 minutes - 2.14 MB

New Zealand motor racing driver Scott McLaughlin will start from pole in next week's Indy 500.

Midday Business News for 20 May 2024

May 20, 2024 00:20 - 8 minutes - 7.49 MB

Midday Business News for 20 May 2024

Staff alarmed cuts at Oranga Tamariki could compromise record keeping

May 20, 2024 00:16 - 3 minutes - 3.45 MB

Staff at the Children's Ministry are expressing alarm that government-ordered cuts will compromise vital record keeping. VOYCE's Te Wai Pounamu youth council chair Lisa McLaren spoke to Charlotte Cook.

Staff alarmed over OT cuts compromising record keeping

May 20, 2024 00:16 - 3 minutes - 3.45 MB

Staff at the Children's Ministry are expressing alarm that government-ordered cuts will compromise vital record keeping. VOYCE's Te Wai Pounamu youth council chair Lisa McLaren spoke to Charlotte Cook.

Roads remain blocked in New Caledonia as unrest continues

May 20, 2024 00:11 - 4 minutes - 4.56 MB

Despite thousands of armed French Police on New Caledonian soil - many of the roads are still blocked or are in worse condition than they were. New Caledonia La Premiere news service journalist Coralie Cochin spoke to Charlotte Cook.

RNZ News at 12pm, May 20

May 20, 2024 00:00 - 18 minutes - 8.23 MB

The top stories and other headlines at midday

Urban issues with Bill McKay: Toilets and the Building Code

May 19, 2024 23:45 - 8 minutes - 8.08 MB

Bill examines how New Zealand First's 'Fair Access to Bathrooms Bill' might work up against the Building Code. Are there really men's, women's and unisex toilets everywhere as Winston Peters has suggested? And what does good toilet design look like? Bill McKay is Senior Lecturer, Architecture and Planning at the University of Auckland

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