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Über die aktuellen Entwicklungen der Corona-Pandemie sprechen RNZ-Chefredakteur Klaus Welzel und Politik-Redakteur Benjamin Auber mit Fachleuten wie dem Virologen Hans-Georg Kräusslich.
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At the New Zealand Portrait Gallery in Pōneke hangs an enormous New Zealand flag upon which artist Richard Lewer has painted the words: “To have a future I must reconcile with MY past.” Lewer’s exhibition What they didn’t teach me at school about the Waikato Wars has been his most difficult project, he tells Culture 101’s Mark Amery.…
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Berlin-based New Zealand artist Simon Denny’s work has long explored the culture of new technology and the dreams tech entrepreneurs sell us. Back in 2016, Denny was one of the first artists to look at the complex politics behind blockchain technology and cryptocurrency. His work has looked critically at the boom and bust of the NFT (or non-fungibl…
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At the New Zealand Portrait Gallery in Pōneke hangs an enormous New Zealand flag upon which artist Richard Lewer has painted the words: “To have a future I must reconcile with MY past.” Lewer’s exhibition What they didn’t teach me at school about the Waikato Wars has been his most difficult project, he tells Culture 101’s Mark Amery.…
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Habitat-printing robot birds, water-filtering sewer submarines, and flying bikes launched on waste heat thermals are just a few of the 100-plus bonkers ideas artist and industrial designer Steve Mushin is suggesting to our cities to address climate change.
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Timothy Heath is a senior international defense researcher at the RAND Corporation. In a recent paper, argued that to understand the risks involved in superpower competition between the US and China, we must understand that we now live in what the authors describe as a "neomedieval era."
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Statehouse News Bureau chief Karen Kasler joins us ahead of Super Tuesday, the day when the largest number of US States hold their Presidential Primary elections. Former president Donald Trump is once again the leading republican candidate. His only challenger, former Govenor of South Carolina Nikki Haley currently trails him by almost 100 delegate…
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Royal biographer Ingrid Seward joins us to unpick the relationship between King Charles III and his mother the late Queen Elizabeth II. With her unparalleled access and deep understanding of the monarchy, Seward delves into the intricate dynamics of this pivotal relationship within the royal family offering unprecedented insights into the bond betw…
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On the weekend of March 23rd of SailGP returns to Whakaraupo, Lyttleton Harbour. With the New Zealand team currently in second place just behind Australia, a home win could see them sail to the top of the leaderboard. Legendary sailing duo, best mates Peter Burling (Co-CEO and Driver) and Blair Tuke (Co-CEO and Wing Trimmer) join Jim to talk about …
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For years news media bosses warned the creaking business model backing journalism would fail at a major local outlet. It finally happened this week when Newshub’s owners proposed scrapping it. Then TVNZ posted losses prompting warnings of more cuts to come there. Can TV broadcasters pull a crowd without news? And what might the so-far ambivalent go…
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A study in the British Journal of Sports Medicine suggests isometric exercises like wall sitting (or wall squats) help reduce blood pressure more effectively than other forms of exercise - including weight training, high-intensity intervals (HIIT), and simple aerobic movements. Dr Jim Wiles is principal lecturer at Canterbury Christ Church Universi…
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Boeing 737 Maxes with loose bolts; on one plane a door plug blew out, leaving a hole in the side of the aircraft. Airbuses too with problems, one only remedied because a passenger noticed four missing screws on the plane's wing. Statistically we're told that being in a plane is 19 times safer than being in a car. Is that still true? Shawn Pruchnick…
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For the past 200 years blankets have formed part of Aotearoa's history, part of our early trade, providing warmth and comfort during the New Zealand Wars and for our soldiers fighting overseas during two world wars. For Whakaawa and Josh Te Kani, the history of wool in this country is integral to the stories they weave into their blankets and their…
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As private corporations invest billions in the space race, tighter regulation of their off-Earth activity is urgently needed, says British philosopher AC Grayling. "If you could put in place a set of really robust and binding and enforceable agreements which would restrain people from acting badly in outer space, our future selves would thank us," …
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After finding the traditional classical world "an intense, competitive place" post-classical composer Rose Riebl found comfort in her rule-breaking minimalist music. Rose is signed to the independent label Inni in Iceland, a place she describes as an "artistic mecca". She talks to Maggie Tweedie about why creatives are so drawn to the island.…
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