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A 24-hour recording of RNZ National. The following rundown is sourced from the broadcaster’s website. Note some overseas/copyright restricted items may not appear in the supplied rundown:

19 August 2016

===12:04 AM. | All Night Programme===
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Including: 12:05 Music after Midnight; 12:30 Health Check (BBC); 1:05 The Friday Feature: Gene Genie 4 (Genetics and Disease); 2:15 Winners 5, Triinh Thi Bich Nhu, Vietnam: Triinh Thi Bich Nhu had polio when she was three, and when she discovered swimming it changed her life (BBCWS); 2:30 The Sampler (RNZ); 3:05 The Stove Rake, by Denise Keay, read by Tandi Wright (RNZ); 3:30 The Why Factor (BBC); 5:10 Witness (BBC)

===6:00 AM. | Morning Report===
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RNZ's three-hour breakfast news show with news and interviews, bulletins on the hour and half-hour, including:
6:16 and 6:50 Business News
6:26 Rural News
6:48 and 7:45 NZ Newspapers

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06:00
Top Stories for Friday Friday 19 August 2016
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Stunning performance at Rio wins NZ four medals, Ian Ferguson impressed by golden Carrington in Rio, Fire crews confident people have escaped Pukekohe fire, Health Minister orders inquiry into gastric outbreak, Children's advocate not keen on 'Vulnerable Children' as name, Anne Tolley stands behind name of new children's ministry, Govt says Kiwisaver providers must obey the law, and Carrington says she couldn't have hoped for 'better Olympics'
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Duration: 31'50"

06:06
Sports News for Friday 19 August
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An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
Topics: sport
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Duration: 2'21"

06:10
Carrington wins bronze to take medal tally at Rio to two
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Lisa Carrington has won a bronze after coming in third in the individual 500-metre kayak race. Her win makes her the the first New Zealand woman to win two medals at the same Olympics.
Topics: sport
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Tags: Rio 2016 Olympics
Duration: 3'58"

06:19
Another Bonneville record for NZ Mini crew
BODY:
The NZ crew who claimed the World's Fastest Mini at the Bonneville Salt Flats earlier this week have done it again. In their first record they used petrol, and last night switched to methanol, going even faster and claiming a second world record. We speak to the team.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: Motorsport, mini
Duration: 3'17"

06:23
Early Business News for Friday 19 August
BODY:
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
Topics: business, economy
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Duration: 2'42"

06:26
Morning Rural News for Friday 19 August
BODY:
News from the rural and farming sector.
Topics: rural, farming
Regions:
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Duration: 4'23"

06:40
Burling and Tuke take gold on the water
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Peter Burling and Blair Tuke seal the deal for a gold medal in their final 49ers race, taking New Zealand's gold medal tally at Rio to four.
Topics: sport
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Duration: 2'47"

06:42
Fire fighters search for people trapped in Pukekohe fire
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Fears people are trapped in a major fire in a Pukekohe mall
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Duration: 2'38"

06:45
Gov inquiry into water contamination necessary for accountability
BODY:
The Govt has announced an independent inquiry into Havelock North's contaminated water supply, a week after
Topics: health
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Tags: water
Duration: 2'36"

06:48
Pacific Steel wants better process for steel dumping complaints
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Pacific Steel says cheap, subsidised Chinese steel is pouring into New Zealand but the process for complaining about it is excessively time-consuming.
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Tags: steel, steel dumping
Duration: 2'06"

06:51
Spark sees global competiton as biggest rise to profitablity
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The telecommunications company, Spark, says the biggest risk to its business is big multi-national companies using their muscle to undercut them on value added products and services, perhaps a dig at the proposed Vodafone-Sky TV merger.
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Tags: Spark
Duration: 2'18"

06:53
Port of Tauranga counting down to bigger ships
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The country's biggest export port, the Port of Tauranga, is looking to an earnings boost from the arrival of bigger container ships.
Topics: business, economy
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Tags: Port of Tauranga
Duration: 1'37"

06:55
Trade Me upbeat on year ahead
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The online trading site, Trade Me, is upbeat with further growth expected from its key classified business
Topics: business, economy
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Tags: Trade Me
Duration: 1'19"

06:56
More earnings due today
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We're expecting a number of companies to report their financial results today.
Topics: business, economy
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Duration: 22"

06:57
Consumer confidence remains elevated
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The winds appear to be blowing in consumers' favour with the outlook for the economy in reasonable shape.
Topics: business, economy
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Duration: 55"

06:58
Markets
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Wall Street is flat weak technology stocks offsetting higher energy stocks .
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Duration: 1'01"

06:59
TrustPower demerger will bring medium term shareholders gains
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The proposed splitting of Trustpower into a retail power company and a renewable energy generator will bring benefits to shareholders over the medium term, according to an independent report.
Topics: business, economy
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Tags: Trustpower
Duration: 41"

07:07
Sports News for Friday 19 August
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An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
Topics: sport
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Duration: 2'12"

07:10
Stunning performance at Rio wins NZ four medals
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A gold, two silvers and a bronze. That's been New Zealand's stunning performance at Rio overnight. We cross to Rio for all the latest.
Topics: sport
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Tags: Rio 2016 Olympics
Duration: 4'35"

07:17
Ian Ferguson impressed by golden Carrington in Rio
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Lisa Carrington's early mentor Ian Ferguson recounts his delight at the kayaker's second medal.
Topics: sport
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Tags: Lisa Carrington, Rio 2016 Olympics
Duration: 4'26"

07:22
Fire crews confident people have escaped Pukekohe fire
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Relief as fire crews believe all the residents caught up in a shopping mall fire have escaped.
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Regions: Auckland Region
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Duration: 1'49"

07:25
Health Minister orders inquiry into gastric outbreak
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Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says the campylobacter outbreak in Havelock North is a very serious situation but says it doesn't need a declaration of emergency
Topics: health
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Tags: water
Duration: 8'24"

07:36
Children's Commissioner won't use English name of new Ministry
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The Children's Commissioner will only be using the Maori name of the new Ministry for Vulnerable Children, saying the English name is far to negative. But Judge Andrew Becroft says the new ministry is much more than just a name.
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Tags: Children's Commissioner, Ministry For Vulnerable Children
Duration: 4'02"

07:40
Anne Tolley stands behind name of new children's ministry
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Social Development Minister Anne Tolley says Vulnerable Children the appropriate name for new ministry. She says it's a ministry that ia aiming to give the vulnerable the best chance at a great life.
Topics: life and society
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Tags: Vulnerable Childre, children
Duration: 6'01"

07:49
Govt says Kiwisaver providers must obey the law
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The Government says Kiwisaver providers must follow the law but it's not the Government's job to make ethical judgments on behalf of individuals.
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Tags: KiwiSaver
Duration: 3'23"

07:53
Pacific Steel wants govt to act against steel dumping
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Pacific Steel says there's a massive over-supply of steel from China, and the government should do something about it. The company is understood to have laid an anti-dumping complaint against China.
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Tags: steel, China, steel dumping
Duration: 2'37"

07:53
Pacific Steel wants govt to act against steel dumping
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Pacific Steel says there's a massive over-supply of steel from China, and the government should do something about it. The company is understood to have laid an anti-dumping complaint against China.
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Tags: steel, China, steel dumping
Duration: 2'37"

07:55
All Blacks meet Wallabies in first Bledisloe test on Saturday
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Two rugby greats go head to head on Morning Report as the trans Tasman rivalry between the All Blacks and Wallabies ramps up agaun with the first Bledisloe Cup test in Sydney tomorrow night.
Topics: sport
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Tags: rugby, All Blacks
Duration: 3'23"

08:07
Sports News for Friday 19 August
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An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
Topics: sport
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Duration: 2'39"

08:11
Local sailing clubs overjoyed by Tuke, Burling victory in Rio
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Celebrations at two of the country's yacht clubs watching sailors' Blair Tuke and Peter Burling take gold at Rio. We speak with the two clubs who provided the sailors with the start in the sport.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: sailing, Rio 2016 Olympics
Duration: 6'51"

08:19
Carrington says she couldn't have hoped for 'better Olympics'
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Lisa Carrington says she's excited at her win but sad the Rio Olympics are over. She told our reporter she couldn't have hoped for a better Olympics.
Topics: sport
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Tags: Lisa Carrington, Rio 2016 Olympics
Duration: 1'52"

08:20
Scientist studies bacteria's movement in aquifers
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Astonishment from a water bacteria scientist after Hastings Mayor Lawrence Yule doubted any link betwen the current water contamination and one last year when a bore was contaminated by heavy rain
Topics: health
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Tags: water
Duration: 5'40"

08:26
Hopes and worries about low Auckland voter turnout
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Auckland's local body electioneering has yet to hit full stride and worries persist that voter turnout could be dismal. Barely a third of Aucklanders voted in 2013.
Topics: politics
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Tags: Insight, ackland election 2016, Local Body Elections
Duration: 3'55"

08:29
Markets Update for Friday 19 August 2016
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A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
Topics: business, economy
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Tags: markets
Duration: 1'12"

08:35
Investigations continue into claims US swimmers were robbed
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We cross to Rio where Brazil police are continuing to investigate claims four American swimmers were robbed at gunpoint. Officials say the group fabricated their story and should apologise to residents.
Topics: sport
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Tags: Rio 2016 Olympics
Duration: 3'10"

08:38
Sick Havelock North residents becoming increasingly frustrated
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As the government confirms an independent inquiry into Havelock North's contaminated water supply, residents in the town are becoming increasingly frustrated with Hastings District Council.
Topics: politics, health
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Tags: water
Duration: 3'20"

08:43
Rangiriri battles sites to be returned to Waikato-Tainui
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Sites at the centre of epic 19th century battles are being returned to Waikato-Tainui today.
Topics: history
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Tags: New Zealand Wars
Duration: 3'50"

08:47
Low-cost health centre to open care for South Dunedin
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A major new iwi-led health centre is being launched to bring low-cost health care to South Dunedin, one of the most deprived areas in the country.
Topics: health
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Duration: 3'01"

08:50
Tonnes of kiwifruit delivered to cyclone-hit Fiji
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It's fruit aid for Fiji - a bunch of New Zealand companies are banding together to send Fiji children twenty tonnes of kiwifuit because fruit's still in short supply after Cyclone Winston.
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Tags: Fiji, aid, kiwifruit
Duration: 3'18"

08:56
Kerry-Anne Walsh with news from Australia
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It's Friday so we cross the Ditch to Canberra to talk to our correspondent Kerry-Anne Walsh.
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Tags: Australia
Duration: 3'29"

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===9:06 AM. | Nine To Noon===
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Current affairs and topics of interest, including:
10:45 The Reading: Snapper in a Landscape (Part-3), written and told by Declan O'Neill. Irish New Zealand "snapper" and raconteur Declan O'Neil reads from the blog he kept detailing his back country photographic road trips accompanied by dogs Toby and Rufus. (Part 3 of 6, RNZ)

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09:08
Fears over substandard steel imports
BODY:
Are the regulations that test steel imports for large public and private projects tough enough? Over the past few months RNZ news has reported serious concerns over steel quality used in some major public and private projects. Kathryn Ryan speaks to Stewart Askey who has 31 years' quality control experience on huge steel projects in Australia and has spent a lot of time in Chinese factories.
Topics: life and society
Regions:
Tags: steel, China, Rio Tinto, Stewart Askey
Duration: 28'27"

09:38
Free dental care for those on low incomes
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In the last week or so 850 low income people have had urgent dental work done for free. It's part of an initiative - Smile NZ - by the New Zealand Dental Association and Southern Cross Health Trust. Poor oral health can lead to gum disease and other more serious problems, including those of the heart. Deepa Hughes is Project Manager and Senior Oral Health Educator with the New Zealand Dental Association and David McKelvey is a Wellington dentist.
Topics: life and society
Regions:
Tags: health, dental, low-income, Southern Cross Healthcare Trust, New Zealand Dental Association, Deepa Hughes, David McKelvey
Duration: 8'13"

09:46
Too hot to host ? Climate change hangs over future olympics
BODY:
New research is warning that most cities could be too hot to host the Summer Olympics before the end of the century. Kathryn Ryan speaks to Bruno Lemke from Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology.
Topics: environment
Regions: Nelson Region
Tags: Olympics, climate change
Duration: 8'43"

09:54
Pacific correspondent Mike Field
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Fearing it is emptying the seas China cuts its domestic fishing fleet, but will they move to the Pacific?
Topics: Pacific
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Duration: 5'39"

10:09
Courtney Sina Meredith - poet, writer off to Iowa
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From writing poems as a child growing up in Glen Innes to the renowned Iowa University writers residency, poet, writer and performance artist Courtney Sina Meredith is well on her way. She as just released her second book, Tail of the Taniwha, it is a collection of 18 short stories, some with a poetic feel. It draws on her life experiences, growing up in Taniwha Street in Glen Innes, and also her Samoan, Cook Island Maori and Irish roots. Her first published work was a book of poems, Brown Girls in Bright Red Lipstick.
EXTENDED BODY:
From writing poems as a child growing up in Glen Innes to the renowned Iowa University writers residency, poet, writer and performance artist Courtney Sina Meredith is well on her way.
She as just released her second book, Tail of the Taniwha, it is a collection of 18 short stories, some with a poetic feel. It draws on her life experiences, growing up in Taniwha Street in Glen Innes, and also her Samoan, Cook Island Maori and Irish roots.
Her first published work was a book of poems, Brown Girls in Bright Red Lipstick.
Read an edited excerpt from the interview below:
Who inspired or set the way for you to explore your writing style?
I think it’s a collection of things. Coming back to the Manukau Institute of Technology, where I am the partnerships manager with the arts faculty. I am surrounded by fantastic writers on a daily basis and it was many moons ago now that Robert Sullivan returned from Hawaii and took me under his wing. I think I must have been about 22 at the time when he first approached me after a reading and said, “Look, you’ve got something really special and I would like to help you along in your journey however I can.
Also, Tusiata Avia is out there at MIT and she is such an incredible talent and also a really dear friend. I knew of her work when I was at university a decade ago and knowing that she was out there, was also another really powerful influence. It is definitely a collection of things.
I have always loved Radiohead since I was a child. Thom Yorke, wow, one of the best poets of all time. I think there is a freedom in music that I have basically tried to translate into poetry, into prose and also I have just been open, I guess, to when I have different ideas when I am thinking to myself, ‘This isn’t traditional, this isn’t what people are used to’, instead of shying away from those moments I just try and pursue them with force.
In many ways things began with performance with you, as a singer-songwriter and as a performance poet. Does that verbal and performance element find its way into the writing?
When I was at university and I had just embarked upon a Bachelor of Arts and I was also thinking at the time that I could become a lawyer, so I was doing a conjoint, I knew even then that I really had to think on my feet and I knew that the work had to be good. But it’s more than that. It’s more than the work just being good and coming from a place of authenticity and having complete integrity with your voice.
I knew that if I could learn all of these poems off by heart, it meant that yes I could go into slams, I could go into performance poetry, but if I met people and I really connected with them and they said, “We may have this opportunity for you or not but we don’t know what your work is like”, I would have all of these works to deliver at a moment’s notice.
So I wanted to build networks and I wanted to find a way to have my voice in the world without it having to be watered down or to represent the notions that we already have around what prose or what poetry could be.
I think that’s kind of when the journey first began for me, when I started to think differently about having words on the page and you can see that in Tail of the Taniwha.
Auckland is known as the biggest Pacific city in the world. It is the reality of most people growing up Pasifika today in this country and we understand aspects of it, but that’s not the nitty-gritty of daily life and is that another strand of what you’re trying to write here and trying to get people to reflect on?
When you’re thinking about this generation… I am second generation – my mother was born here, and her parents came across from Samoa when they were both teenagers. When you get to my generation and you’re looking forward into the generations to come as well, in terms of having a sense of place and a sense of belonging and feeling connected to our ancestry and to where we come from, there aren’t necessarily enough conversations around how we deal with that now. How we look at that now and what we’re looking towards in the future.
You’re right when you’re talking about music and sports and people identifying Pasifika communities in this one particularly way, but one thing we don’t really talk about enough with this young generation too, who we’re so hard on because we don’t know the languages, we don’t know the dances, we don’t go back to the islands enough – if at all, is the reality that we were all socially engineered to be like this to some point.
Our grandparents or our parents migrated here with dreams for a better, richer, fuller, bolder future and you now have those young people who are out there in the professions, who are travelling, who are speaking up, who are entrepreneurs, who are contributing to New Zealand and the way that we think about this country in unimaginably beautiful, kaleidoscopic ways. We are adding so much to the cultural fabric of the country, but again I think we haven’t had enough conversations or discussions in the community to accept this generation now and the generations to come and to work on that acceptance and building new ways of being Pacific now and in the future, where it’s not a case of either or, but where it’s about having all of those different strands to your identity and to yourself and being really at peace and fulfilled with that.
Topics: author interview
Regions:
Tags: Courtney Sina Meredith, tail of the Taniwha, poetry, poet, short stories, Iowa writers
Duration: 28'54"

10:35
Children's Book Review - John McIntyre
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How Maui Found his Mother Peter Gossage. Reviewed by John McIntyre.
Topics: books
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Tags:
Duration: 5'55"

11:06
New Music with Jeremy Taylor
BODY:
Jeremy Taylor basks in the warm, rose-tinted nostalgic hue of Lawrence Arabia's debut release with the Reduction Agents getting the remastered/reissued treatment, stares down one man's singer-songwriter comic delusions with the soundtrack to the forthcoming David Brent movie, and dips into the panoramic pop-soul-funk of Blood Orange.
Topics: music
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Tags:
Duration: 23'34"

11:29
Brendan Telfer? in Rio
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Sports commentator Brendan Telfer talks to Kathryn Ryan from Rio, where the Olympic games will soon wrap up.
Topics: sport
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Tags: Olympics
Duration: 14'18"

11:49
The week that was with Te Radar and Irene Pink
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Comedians Te Radar and Irene Pink with their take on what the Olympic swimmers robbery story was really all about.
Topics: life and society
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Tags: comedy
Duration: 10'25"

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09:05 Fears over substandard steel imports
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Are the regulations that test steel imports for large public and private projects tough enough? Over the past few months RNZ news has reported serious concerns over steel quality used in some major public and private projects. Kathryn Ryan speaks to Stewart Askey who has 31 years' quality control experience on huge steel projects in Australia and has spent a lot of time in Chinese factories.
09:20 Free dental care for those on low incomes
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In the last week or so 850 low income people have had urgent dental work done for free. It's part of an initiative - Smile NZ - by the New Zealand Dental Association and Southern Cross Health Trust. Poor oral health can lead to gum disease and other more serious problems, including those of the heart.
Deepa Hughes is Project Manager and Senior Oral Health Educator with the New Zealand Dental Association and David McKelvey is a Wellington dentist.
09:30 Too hot to host ? Climate change hangs over future olympics
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New research is warning that most cities could be too hot to host the Summer Olympics before the end of the century. Kathryn Ryan speaks to Bruno Lemke from Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology.
09:45 Pacific correspondent Mike Field
Fearing it is emptying the seas China cuts its domestic fishing fleet, but will they move to the Pacific?
Links to Mike's other stories:
Fiji's Office of Public Prosecutions statement on Fiji Times arrests
Fiji Prime Minister gives up on changing the flag
10:05 Courtney Sina Meredith - poet, writer off to Iowa
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From writing poems as a child growing up in Glen Innes to the renowned Iowa University writers residency, poet, writer and performance artist Courtney Sina Meredith is well on her way. She has just released her second book, Tail of the Taniwha, it is a collection of 18 short stories, some with a poetic feel. It draws on her life experiences, growing up in Taniwha Street in Glen Innes, and also her Samoan, Cook Island Maori and Irish roots. Her first published work was a book of poems, Brown Girls in Bright Red Lipstick.
10:35 Children's Book Review
How Maui Found his Mother Peter Gossage. Reviewed by John McIntyre
10:45 The Reading
Snapper in a Landscape written and told by Declan O'Neill. (Part 3 of 6)
11:05 New Music with Jeremy Taylor
Jeremy Taylor basks in the warm, rose-tinted nostalgic hue of Lawrence Arabia's debut release with the Reduction Agents getting the remastered/reissued treatment, stares down one man's singer-songwriter comic delusions with the soundtrack to the forthcoming David Brent movie, and dips into the panoramic pop-soul-funk of Blood Orange.
11:30 Brendan Telfer in Rio
Sports commentator Brendan Telfer talks to Kathryn Ryan from Rio, where the Olympic games will soon wrap up.
11:45 The week that was with Te Radar and Irene Pink
Comedians Te Radar and Irene Pink with their take on what the Olympic swimmers robbery story was really all about.

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Artist: A Girl named Mo
Track "Who they say you are"
Time 10:06

Artist: The Reduction Agents
Song: Urban Yard, Track 7
Comp: James Milne
Album: The Dance Reduction Agents
Label: Lil Chief
11:08

Song: The Pool, Track 9
Comp: James Milne
Album: The Dance Reduction Agents
Label: Lil Chief

Artist: David Brent
Song: Life on the Road
Comp: Ricky Gervais
Album: Life On The Road OST
Label: Universal

Song: Equality Street
Comp: Ricky Gervais
Album: Life On The Road OST
Label: Universal

===Noon | Midday Report===
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RNZ news, followed by updates and reports until 1.00pm, including: 12:16 Business News 12:26 Sport 12:34 Rural News 12:43 Worldwatch

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12:00
Midday News for 19 August 2016
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Tougher testing of steel mesh is on the way and a Coroner confirms campylobacter link to Hawke's Bay death.
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Duration: 15'04"

12:17
Michael Hill's FY profit falls 30 percent impacted by tax bill
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Michael Hill International's full-year profit has fallen 30 percent reflecting its decision to settle a multi-million dollar tax case.
Topics: business
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Tags: Michael Hill International
Duration: 1'52"

12:19
BHP goes through the wars
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Australia is also in the midst of its company earnings season, and among the more spectacular slides has been the world's biggest mining company BHP Billiton.
Topics: business
Regions:
Tags: BHP Billiton
Duration: 1'10"

12:19
Migration comes off record
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As you may have heard in the news, the record breaking run of migration gains has come to an end.
Topics: business
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Tags: migration
Duration: 1'29"

12:20
Wine industry exports jump 10 percent
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A new report shows New Zealand wine exports have climbed 10 percent in the past year to just under 1-point-6 billion dollars.
Topics: business
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Tags: wine industry
Duration: 1'14"

12:22
Midday Markets for 19 August 2016
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For the latest from the markets we're joined by Melika King from Craigs Investment Partners.
Topics: business, economy
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Tags: markets
Duration: 2'11"

12:24
Business briefs
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The Shareholders Association has stepped up efforts to change the leadership of the crystal instrument manufacturer, Rakon, with an open letter to the shareholders of the underpeforming company.
Topics: business
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Tags: Rakon
Duration: 53"

12:26
Midday Sports News for 19 August 2016
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New Zealand shot putter Tom Walsh is in the bronze medal position in the men's shot put final at the Rio Olympics.
Topics: sport
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Duration: 3'32"

12:34
Midday Rural News for 19 August 2016
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News from the rural and farming sectors.
Topics: rural, farming
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Duration: 8'23"

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===1:06 PM. | Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm===
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An upbeat mix of the curious and the compelling, ranging from the stories of the day to the great questions of our time (RNZ)

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13:13
Rangiriri Pa returned after 1863 invasion
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Two sections of land in the Waikato settlement of Rangiriri have been returned to Waikato-Tainui and the Kiingitanga this morning. The titles to Rangiriri Pa and Te Wheoro Redoubt historical reserve, were handed back to iwi in a ceremony at Turangawaewae Marae in Ngaruawahia. Te Manu Korihi Editor, Shannon Haunui-Thompson, is at the settlement.
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Two sections of land in the Waikato settlement of Rangiriri have been returned to Waikato-Tainui and the Kiingitanga this morning. The titles to Rangiriri Pa and Te Wheoro Redoubt historical reserve, were handed back to iwi in a ceremony at Turangawaewae Marae in Ngaruawahia. Te Manu Korihi Editor, Shannon Haunui-Thompson, is at the settlement.
Topics: te ao Maori
Regions: Waikato
Tags:
Duration: 6'25"

13:20
Dreaming of NASA
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A lot of kids dream of being an astronaut when they grow up, and Dr Sarah Kessans is one step closer to making the dream a reality. The University of Canterbury chemistry academic, has been shortlisted by NASA to become an astronaut.
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A lot of kids dream of being an astronaut when they grow up, and Dr Sarah Kessans is one step closer to making the dream a reality. The University of Canterbury chemistry academic, has been shortlisted by NASA to become an astronaut.
Topics: science
Regions:
Tags: NASA
Duration: 7'11"

13:27
The world of Knight Rider fans
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Fans of the 1980's TV show Knight Rider, starring David Hasselhoff recently gathered in Atlanta to show off their painstakingly built replica cars. Among them was Auckland man Greg Hackett, who had to leave his own KITT car at home, but got to share KITT talk with other fans of the car and the show.
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Fans of the 1980's TV show Knight Rider, starring David Hasselhoff recently gathered in Atlanta to show off their painstakingly built replica cars. Among them was Auckland man Greg Hackett, who had to leave his own KITT car at home, but got to share KITT talk with other fans of the car and the show.
Topics: media
Regions:
Tags: television, Knight Rider
Duration: 6'57"

13:37
Critter of the Week
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DOC's threatened species ambassador, Nicola Toki, talks about the world of stick insects.
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DOC's threatened species ambassador, Nicola Toki, talks about the world of stick insects.
Topics: science
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Tags: stick insects
Duration: 9'36"

13:43
Favourite album: Odelay by Beck
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Chosen by RNZ's new Music 101 presenter Alex Behan.
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Chosen by RNZ's new Music 101 presenter Alex Behan.
Topics: music
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Tags:
Duration: 16'08"

14:09
Film Review - Richard Swainson
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Richard Swainson reviews Suicide Squad and Rams.
Topics: movies
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Duration: 9'39"

14:23
NZ Live - Andy Richards
BODY:
Back in Auckland on New Zealand Live this week with a musician who has just given up his day job on the virtual eve of the release of his second album. He's been busy too, four to five gigs a week and one can only imagine that things are going to get a lot busier now for Andy Richards
Topics: music
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Tags: Andy Richards
Duration: 36'30"

15:07
Food: Dak Bungalow
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Dak Bungalow is a near-forgotten culinary treasure from India's Raj era.
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Dak Bungalow is a near-forgotten culinary treasure from India's Raj era. These Anglo-Indian meals were created for British travellers and served in government guesthouses that were built from the 1840s along the dak (mail) route up until Indian independence.
Laura Greenfield from Wellington Eaterie, Field and Green is celebrating the tradition during the final weekend of Wellington on a Plate
Laura shares her recipe for Gobi Musallam
Topics: food
Regions:
Tags: Laura Greenfield
Duration: 9'31"

15:20
The Ecology of Wine
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Auckland University research biologist Professor Mat Goddard is a wine scientist, he specialises in things like fermentation dynamics, yeast species interactions and the ecology of wine.
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Auckland University research biologist Professor Mat Goddard is a wine scientist, he specialises in things like fermentation dynamics, yeast species interactions and the ecology of wine.
He talks about the work being done on this - including the creation of a unique New Zealand yeast for fermentation and perfecting the low alcohol wine.
Topics: food
Regions:
Tags: wine
Duration: 8'44"

15:28
Dealing with Trees
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Stuart Barton from Auckland's Specimen Tree company talks about growing, pruning, protecting and transplating trees.
Topics: environment
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Duration: 11'39"

15:50
One Quick Question for 19 August 2016
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We find the answers to any queries you can think up.
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Duration: 3'04"

15:52
The Panel pre-show for 19 August 2016
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Your feedback, and a preview of the guests and topics on The Panel.
Topics:
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Duration: 7'08"

=SHOW NOTES=

1:10 First song
1:15 Rangiriri Pā returned after 1863 invasion
Two sections of land in the Waikato settlement of Rangiriri have been returned to Waikato-Tainui and the Kiingitanga this morning. The titles to Rangiriri Pā and Te Wheoro Redoubt historical reserve, were handed back to iwi in a ceremony at Turangawaewae Marae in Ngaruawahia. Te Manu Korihi Editor, Shannon Haunui-Thompson, is at the settlement.
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1.20 Dreaming of NASA
A lot of kids dream of being an astronaut when they grow up, and Dr Sarah Kessans is one step closer to making the dream a reality. The University of Canterbury chemistry academic, has been shortlisted by NASA to become an astronaut.
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1:25 The world of Knight Rider fans
Fans of the 1980's TV show Knight Rider, starring David Hasselhoff recently gathered in Atlanta to show off their painstakingly built replica cars. Among them was Auckland man Greg Hackett, who had to leave his own KITT car at home, but got to share KITT talk with other fans of the car and the show.
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1:35 Critter of the Week
DOC's threatened species ambassador, Nicola Toki, talks about the world of stick insects.
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1:40 Favourite album: Odelay by Beck
Chosen by RNZ's new Music 101 presenter Alex Behan
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2:10 Film Review
Richard Swainson reviews Suicide Squad and Rams
2:20 NZ Live: Andy Richards
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New Zealand Live, back in Auckland this week with a musician who has just given up his day job on the virtual eve of the release of his second album. He's been busy too, 4 to 5 gigs a week and one can only imagine that things are going to get a lot busier now for Andy Richards
3:10 Food: Dak Bungalow
Dak Bungalow is a near-forgotten culinary treasure from India's Raj era. These Anglo-Indian meals were created for British travellers and served in government guesthouses that were built from the 1840s along the dak (mail) route up until Indian independence.
Laura Greenfield from Wellington Eaterie, Field and Green is celebrating the tradition during the final weekend of Wellington on a Plate
Laura shares her recipe for Gobi Musallam
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3:20 The Ecology of Wine
Auckland University research biologist Professor Mat Goddard is a wine scientist, he specialises in things like fermentation dynamics, yeast species interactions and the ecology of wine.
He talks about the work being done on this - including the creation of a unique New Zealand yeast for fermentation and perfecting the low alcohol wine.
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3:30 Dealing with Trees
Stuart Barton from Auckland's Specimen Tree company talks about growing, pruning, protecting and transplating trees.
3:45 The Panel Pre-Show

===4:06 PM. | The Panel===
=DESCRIPTION=

An hour of discussion featuring a range of panellists from right along the opinion spectrum (RNZ)

=AUDIO=

15:50
One Quick Question for 19 August 2016
BODY:
We find the answers to any queries you can think up.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 3'04"

15:52
The Panel pre-show for 19 August 2016
BODY:
Your feedback, and a preview of the guests and topics on The Panel.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 7'08"

16:03
The Panel with Lisa Tamati and Bernard Hickey (Part 1)
BODY:
What Lisa Tamati and Bernard Hickey have been up to. Migration numbers and job numbers. A sterling day for New Zealand's Olympians at the Rio games. Bryan Thomson of the Real Estate Institute explains how tendering for a house works and why so many are being put up for sale this way. How much do you think about where your retirement fund money is invested?
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Duration: 23'44"

16:05
The Panel with Lisa Tamati and Bernard Hickey (Part 2)
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Working hours. What the Panelists Lisa Tamati and Bernard Hickey have been thinking about. Judge Andrew Beacroft refuses to use the name Ministry for Vulnerable Children. : We ask Raechel Laing of the University of Otago if clothes are made for a short life-span. The latest ministerial and MP expense reports are out. Bernard Hickey addresses some financial points.
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Duration: 26'43"

16:07
Panel Intro
BODY:
What Lisa Tamati and Bernard Hickey have been up to.
Topics:
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Duration: 3'21"

16:11
Immigration
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Migration numbers and job numbers.
Topics: politics
Regions:
Tags: immigration
Duration: 7'01"

16:18
NZs best day at the Olympic's
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A sterling day for New Zealand's Olympians at the Rio games.
Topics: sport
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Tags: Olympics
Duration: 4'40"

16:23
Buying a house by tender
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Bryan Thomson of the Real Estate Institute explains how tendering for a house works and why so many are being put up for sale this way.
Topics: housing
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Tags: tenders
Duration: 6'52"

16:29
Super investments
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How much do you think about where your retirement fund money is invested?
Topics: politics
Regions:
Tags: investing
Duration: 1'27"

16:33
Working hours
BODY:
The changing world of work.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags: work
Duration: 6'19"

16:39
Panel Says
BODY:
What the Panelists Lisa Tamati and Bernard Hickey have been thinking about.
Topics:
Regions:
Tags:
Duration: 7'19"

16:47
Children's Commissioner adamant about new ministry's name
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Judge Andrew Beacroft refuses to use the name Ministry for Vulnerable Children.
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Duration: 1'33"

16:49
Short-lasting clothes
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We ask Raechel Laing of the University of Otago if clothes are made for a short life-span.
Topics:
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Tags: clothes
Duration: 6'51"

16:55
MPs expenses
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The latest ministerial and MP expense reports are out.
Topics: politics
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Duration: 1'59"

16:57
Council car not ticketed for parking on yellow lines.
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A Dunedin City Council staff member in a Council car didn't get a ticket for parking on yellow lines when non-Council cars have been.
Topics: politics
Regions: Otago
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Duration: 55"

16:58
Some financial points with Bernard Hickey
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Bernard Hickey addresses some financial points.
Topics: politics
Regions: Otago
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Duration: 1'15"

=SHOW NOTES=

===5:00 PM. | Checkpoint===
=DESCRIPTION=

RNZ's weekday drive-time news and current affairs programme

=AUDIO=

17:00
RNZ Checkpoint with John Campbell, Friday 19th August 2016
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Watch Friday's full programme here.
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Duration: 00"

17:08
Havelock North community wants answers about gastro bug
BODY:
It's been more than a week since a gastro bug outbreak emerged in Havelock North, but the community is no closer to knowing what caused it.
Topics: health
Regions: Hawkes Bay
Tags: Campylobacter
Duration: 5'44"

17:14
Woman with campylobacter now has Guillain-Barre Syndrome
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Havelock North woman Kerry MacKintosh had campylobacter in July. Today she was diagnosed with Guillain-Barre Syndrome, in which the body's immune system attacks the nervous system.
Topics: health
Regions: Hawkes Bay
Tags: Guillain-Barre Syndrome, Campylobacter
Duration: 5'51"

17:19
Tom Walsh wins bronze, makes NZ history
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New Zealander Tom Walsh has won bronze in the men's shot put, becoming the first male Kiwi to win a field medal at an Olympic Games.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: Tom Walsh, Rio Olympics 2016, shot put
Duration: 3'34"

17:23
NZ racks up highest ever medal haul at the Olympics
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New Zealand has racked up its biggest ever Olympic medal haul after clinching five more in one day - one gold, two sliver and two bronze.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: Rio Olympics 2016
Duration: 3'34"

17:27
Mushroom farmer relieved after draft contamination report
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An interim report into Havelock North's water crisis says the source of the campylobacter is consistent with cattle, sheep or deer.
Topics: health, environment
Regions: Hawkes Bay
Tags: Campylobacter
Duration: 3'59"

17:30
Hastings Mayor on the report into the Havelock contamination
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Hastings District Mayor Lawrence Yule says the source of the campylobacter bacteria in Havelock North's water was inconsistent with poultry and more likely from cattle, sheep or deer.
Topics: health, environment
Regions: Hawkes Bay
Tags: Campylobacter
Duration: 3'40"

17:36
Evening business for 19 August 2016
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News from the business sector, including a market report.
Topics: business, economy
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Duration: 2'09"

17:40
Kaitaia woman says police didn't respond to 111 call
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A Kaitaia woman was followed at night by a mystery vehicle, forcing her to rush home, lock herself inside and call 111. She stayed awake all night waiting for police, who never arrived.
Topics:
Regions: Northland
Tags: Kaitaia, emergency services
Duration: 3'34"

17:42
Police acknowledge letting down Kaitaia victim
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It appears a Kaitaia woman's 111 call about being chased late at night wasn't dispatched to local police staff, Acting Area Commander of the Far North Police Riki Whiu says.
Topics:
Regions: Northland
Tags: Kaitaia, emergency services
Duration: 49"

17:46
Tougher testing of steel reinforcing mesh proposed
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Proposed changes to steel reinforcing testing include increasing the number of tests required and having them done by internationally accredited testing laboratories.
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Tags: steel, steel testing
Duration: 3'18"

17:49
All Blacks to play Wallabies tomorrow night
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The All Blacks season kicks off again tomorrow night when the team plays the Wallabies in Sydney in the Investec Rugby Championship.
Topics: sport
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Tags: All Blacks
Duration: 5'13"

17:55
Govt confirms national day of remembrance for NZ wars
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The government has agreed to establish a commemoration day for the New Zealand Wars after a long campaign by Maori.
Topics: history, te ao Maori
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Tags: New Zealand Wars
Duration: 3'30"

18:08
Rainfall may have contributed to campylobacter outbreak
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It is likely that heavy rainfall may have contributed to the campylobacter bacteria entering Havelock North's water supply, Hastings mayor Lawrence Yule says.
Topics: health, environment
Regions: Hawkes Bay
Tags: Campylobacter
Duration: 1'34"

18:09
Councils watch Havelock North closely
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The Havelock North water contamination crisis has councils around the country checking the same thing couldn't happen to their residents.
Topics: health, environment
Regions: Hawkes Bay
Tags: Campylobacter
Duration: 3'45"

18:13
NZ Olympians bring record number of medals home
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New Zealand has scored more medals at Rio than at any other Olympics. RNZ sports reporter Barry Guy joins Checkpoint from Rio.
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: Rio Olympics 2016
Duration: 3'48"

18:17
Christchurch mental health services struggle with demand
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The number of emergency psychiatric assessments in Christchurch has more than doubled since the earthquakes struck.
Topics: health
Regions: Canterbury
Tags: Canterbury earthquakes, mental health
Duration: 3'00"

18:20
Wellington's cable car reopens
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Wellington's cable car reopened today, after a two-month-long, $5 million mechanical and aesthetic refurbishment. Checkpoint went along for a ride.
Topics:
Regions: Wellington Region
Tags: Wellington Cable Car
Duration: 2'13"

18:23
Rob Hamill on NZ's Olympic success...and a lamb
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Ten of New Zealand's fifteen Olympic medals came from races on the water, including sailing, canoeing, rowing. The question is how and why?
Topics: sport
Regions:
Tags: Olympics
Duration: 5'57"

=SHOW NOTES=

===6:30 PM. | None (National)===
=DESCRIPTION=

Highlighting the RNZ stories you're sharing on-line

===6:43 PM. | Focus on Politics===
=DESCRIPTION=

Analysis of significant political issues presented by RNZ's parliamentary reporting team (RNZ)

===7:06 PM. | Nights===
=DESCRIPTION=

RNZ's weeknight programme of entertainment and information 7:42 The Why Factor (BBC)

=AUDIO=

20:12
Nights Sport olympic wrap
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Helene Elliot, Paul Kennedy and Russell Fuller Nights International sports correspondents talk about the highs and lows of Rio from each for their nation's perspectives
Topics: sport
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Tags: Olympics, Rio, medals
Duration: 18'31"

=SHOW NOTES=

7:07 Sonic Tonic

Music with magic and mischief spun into an surreal sensation of mayhem and maybe magnificence. The theme tonight is letters - as in the old fashioned ones which used to arrive at the boxes at the front of houses.
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7:45 Feature
The BBC World Service looks at Ayesha McGowan hopes to be the first African American professional female road cyclist.

8:12 Nights' Sport
The Rio Olympics are all but over, we return to Nights' international sports correspondents who are in Brazil to get their thoughts on how this much maligned event has gone. They will also talk about the surprise victories and shock losses.
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8:30 Spotlight
Musical people (under a spotlight)

9:07 Country Life
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On Country Life this week three North Island vets talk about work they've been doing lately, then there's more on the work being done by the Bushy Point Restoration Project. There's also more on the 100% New Zealand Pork awards held last month as well as an interview with scientist Dr David Pattemore about bumble bees and how they can help honey bees in pollinating commercial crops.

10:17 Late Edition
A roundup of today's RNZ News and feature interviews as well as Date Line Pacific from RNZ International.

11:07 The Friday Finale

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For the latest series of The Mixtape, RNZ Music invites guests to compile a C60 of local sounds, and talk us through their selections. This week…Alex Behan is about to start at RNZ as the host of Music 101 – ahead of that debut, he joins Kirsten Johnstone to present a mixtape to his life in radio and music so far, with some tales along the way.

===9:06 PM. | Country Life===
=DESCRIPTION=

Memorable scenes, people and places in rural New Zealand (RNZ)

=AUDIO=

21:05
Farm call-outs through a vet's eyes
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This week three North Island vets talk about work they've been doing lately: from correcting a twisted uterus, to testing the solids content of colostrum, and dealing with a calving when they calf has its head turned back on itself.
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Three North Island vets talk about work they've been doing lately - from correcting a twisted uterus, to testing the solids content of colostrum, and dealing with a calving when the calf has its head turned back on itself.
Topics: rural, farming
Regions: Waikato, Manawatu
Tags: farm conditions, twisted uterus, colostrum, vet
Duration: 10'07"

21:13
The Bushy Point Restoration Project
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Barry Smith is chairperson of the Otatara Landcare Group that's made up of local volunteers who value the natural environment. The Bushy Point Restoration Project is the group's main hands on activity. The aim is to restore a 14 hectare area of pasture located between two remnants of nationally significant native totara forest.
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The Otatara Landcare Group is made up of local volunteers who value the natural environment. The group’s main hands-on activity is the Bushy Point Restoration Project, which is working to restore an area of pasture located between two remnants of nationally significant native totara forest on the Otatara Peninsula.
“We entered into an agreement with DOC that we would take over the management of some 15 hectares of grazing area and we would either graze it or sell the grass and use those funds to help replant the area in native trees” says chairperson Barry Smith, who has been living adjacent to Bushy Point for over 20 years.
Since 2000 about 30,000 native plants have gone into the ground thanks to many community planting days and according to Barry, this equates to about 12,000 hours of voluntary work. Managing weeds and animal pests within the large area is also an import task for the 150 or so members of the group.
The restoration project received a planting boost in 2011 from Living Legends, a community conservation project that was set up in 2011 to celebrate and leave a legacy of New Zealand’s hosting of Rugby World Cup.
There were 17 planting projects throughout New Zealand, each dedicated to a regional ‘Rugby Legend’ who was selected in 2011 by their provincial rugby union. In Southland it was former All Black Kevin Laidlaw who hails from Nightcaps.
“Kevin was quite enthusiastic about what we wanted to achieve, but I think the thing that Kevin enjoyed more than anything else was the fact that we were getting young people involved and he felt anything, whether it be rugby, soccer or planting trees, getting young people involved and doing something positive like this was a really good outcome.”
The Otatara Landcare Group has created a public walkway which goes around the Invercargill estuary edge to the forest restoration area where there is a loop walk for all to enjoy.
Topics: rural
Regions: Southland
Tags: Otatara Landcare Group, restoration, native plants, trees, forest, Kevin Laidlaw, Living Legends
Duration: 14'45"

21:28
NZ Pork Awards
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NZ's premiere pork competition held its annual awards dinner last month. The 100% NZ Pork awards aim to celebrate top class bacon, ham and pork products .This year there were around 200 entries from over 50 butchers.
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This year over 50 butchers were in the running for 'best bacon' and 'best ham' at the NZ Pork Awards. Country Life goes behind the scenes.
NZ Pork Deputy Chair Steve Kidby says the aim of the NZ Pork Awards is to support local pig farmers and celebrate some of our best homegrown pork products. Award-winners get their trophies at an annual dinner which was held in Christchurch in late July.
This year there were over 200 entries from around 50 butchers around the country - all vying for top honours in a range of categories including supreme champion bacon and ham.
Judging for the awards took place at the Wellington Institute of Technology's School of Hospitality where a team of chefs, master butchers and food connoisseurs assembled for a day of sampling and scrutinising.
Judging is a marathon, rather than a short sprint.
Head judge and chef Anita Sarginson says experienced judges know they need to pace themselves -and look after their palates. "In some categories of bacon they've got up to 45 different entries to sample, so it's really important they take breaks and refresh their palates with mineral water or juice."
NZ Pork's Steve Kidby says judging is a lot harder than it looks. He says he joined the judging panel a few years ago eager to try some of the good quality bacon on offer from New Zealand's top butchers. "By the end of the day I didn't want to see another piece of bacon for a month."
Steve says he's now back eating bacon. "But only the good stuff - only the good stuff."
This years' winners included Thames Valley Bacon for Best Bacon and Akaroa Butchery and Deli for Best Ham.
Topics: farming
Regions: Wellington Region
Tags: pork, ham, bacon, pork industry awards
Duration: 10'36"

21:38
Using bumblebees as pollinators
BODY:
Plant and Food Research scientist Dr David Pattemore is investigating the living habits of bumble bees so they can be used to help honey bees pollinate commercial horticultural crops.
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Scientist Dr David Pattemore is investigating the living habits of bumblebees so they can be used to help honey bees pollinate commercial horticultural crops.
Super-gluing a tiny radio transmitter to a bumblebee is all part of a busy day's work for Plant and Food pollination scientists in Hamilton.
Dr David Pattemore and his team have been doing this slightly unusual task for a few years in order to track bumblebees as they fly off to set up their underground bunker and start developing a colony.
Unlike honey bees which winter-over, bumblebee queens set up new colonies each spring and finding exactly where they nest is virtually impossible with the naked eye.
Dr Pattemore says they want to learn more about bumblebee nesting habits because then they can design cost-effective nesting boxes which could be put into kiwifruit and avocado orchards to help supplement the pollination work of honey bees.
Honey bee hives are becoming more expensive for orchardists to use now that manuka honey is in high demand and there is always the risk that a new pest or disease could wipe them out.
As well as using radio transmitters to locate queen bees, Dr Pattemore has a Hungarian Hunting Hound, Ollie, which sniffs them out in spring.
Topics: rural
Regions: Waikato
Tags: honey, bees, bumble bees, Ollie, DOG, radio transmitter, super glue
Duration: 14'40"

=SHOW NOTES=

===10:00 PM. | Late Edition===
=AUDIO=

You're listening to Nights and Late Edition with highlights from the day on RNZ National and RNZ International in the programme tonight Canturbury's next astronaut dentists treatment without the big bills and in dateline pacific Fiji considers monetary rewards for its Olympic sevens champions
=DESCRIPTION=

RNZ news, including Dateline Pacific and the day's best interviews from RNZ National

===11:06 PM. | None (National)===
=DESCRIPTION=

(RNZ)

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Year 2016

Reference number 288314

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Ngā Taonga Korero Collection

Genre Untelescoped radio airchecks
Radio airchecks
Radio programs
Sound recordings

Credits RNZ National (estab. 2016), Broadcaster

Duration 24:00:00

Date 19 Aug 2016