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Diversi Podcast is an audio resource exploring diversity in a gaming context. We look at gaming culture, games content and game creation in a positive and informative manner, with panel discussions, guest interviews and links to recommended resources. Season one of the Diversi Podcast has been made possible thanks to support by King. Subscribe via iTunes or RSS.
 
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Writing the New World

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Writing the New World

Alice Te Punga Somerville & Wanda Ieremia-Allan

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The podcast that shares research and ideas related to the research project 'Writing the New World: Indigenous texts 1900-1975' - led by Alice Te Punga Somerville and supported by the Marsden Fund. The podcast is co-produced and hosted by Wanda Ieremia-Allan. Sixteen Indigenous researchers have worked with Alice on this journey of connecting with the massive, multilingual and rich legacy of writing in the Pacific region. This podcast celebrates what can happen when we connect across generatio ...
 
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Niue is the latest Pacific Island to open to New Zealand. It is one of the few countries that has not experienced community transmission, with just a handful of cases recorded at the border. Fully vaccinated passengers will be allowed to enter without isolation from today. Passengers on the first flight are currently checking in. RNZ Pacific Report…
 
The All Blacks have been dealt more disruption ahead of Saturday's sold out first test against Ireland in Auckland. Star outside back Will Jordan is the latest to test positive for Covid-19, taking the tally to three players and three coaches out of action after contracting the virus. And, as Clay Wilson reports, another big name is also under the …
 
Emotions have run high at a fiery meeting with Bromley residents this afternoon around the ongoing stench from the Bromley wastewater plant saga. It was the first of three community meetings as the Christchurch City Council continues to cop flak for an apparent lack of urgency in fixing the problem at the plant. Adam Burns spoke to some residents a…
 
After laying low for two days, the National MP Simon O'Connor has returned to Parliament with a mea culpa for his caucus. On Saturday, the MP published and then later removed a message supporting the US Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v Wade. O'Connor says it was his own choice to take the post down - and denies he - and his conservative col…
 
Now to a dirty secret about laundry detergents, some are so ineffective you're better off just washing your clothes in water. That's according to tests carried by Consumer NZ on 55 liquid and powdered clothes cleaners. It turns out the some of the pricier products are the worst performers. James Le Page talks through the details with Lisa Owen.…
 
The Prime Minister kicks off the first day of her whirlwind trip to Europe this evening with meetings with the leaders of France and Spain. Jacinda Ardern is visiting the region in a push to get a trade deal with the European Union over the line and to attend the NATO Leaders Summit in Madrid tomorrow. Our political reporter Katie Scotcher is in Ma…
 
The Human Rights Commission is warning schools they cannot refuse to enrol students or discriminate against them because of their sexual orientation or family status. In a statement, the Commission says while it broadly supports a school's right to maintain and express its religious beliefs and special character, it would be concerned if that meant…
 
Transpower is urging power companies to boost their electricity generation this evening, to reduce the risk of power cuts. The lines company has asked the power companies to "ensure energy and reserve offers are accurate" and to increase that supply. It's warning if there's not enough power in the network this evening, households may face outages. …
 
The health crisis has become an excruciating reality for a woman who has waited 11 days for surgery after being placed in the wrong ward. This afternoon the DHB has been forced to apologise after the woman, who suffered two snapped bones in her left leg, had her surgery delayed multiple times. And to make matters worse, in almost two weeks, she lay…
 
This week librarian at Diocesan School for Girls, Catherine Ross, looks at books for younger readers with an LGBTQIA+ theme. The theme coincides with the past fortnight when libraries have been running their 'Out on the Shelves' campaign, which also coincided with Pride in Schools week (13-17 June) and the runaway success of the recent Netflix seri…
 
Questions to Ministers BARBARA EDMONDS to the Minister of Finance: What recent reports has he seen on the New Zealand economy? JAN LOGIE to the Minister of Internal Affairs: Does she have confidence in the current state of our fire and emergency services, when the NZ Professional Firefighters' Union is reporting that FENZ management is failing to k…
 
It's a story involving shipwreck, treasure, castaways, heroism and survival. The shipwreck of the General Grant is one of the most enduring mysteries of New Zealand's nautical history. Cristina Sanders is an award-winning author and historian and has reimagined the events of 1866 in her new novel Mrs Jewell and the Wreck of the General Grant. The s…
 
New Zealand ultra-marathon runner Ruth Croft has won the Western States Endurance 100 race in California - described as one of the world's toughest races - in searing 40 degree heat. It was redempetion for the Wanaka based professional runner who came second in the same race last year. Her time of 17 hours 21 minutes and 30 seconds was the third fa…
 
Tony Fadell is an American engineer and designer who was instrumental in the creation of the the iPod and iPhone during his time at Apple. In fact, he's often referred to as "the father of the iPod", and was co-creator of the iPhone - developing three generations of it. He went on to co-found Nest Labs, with its revolutionary smart-thermostat, whic…
 
There are growing calls for a long covid research clinic in New Zealand, with experts saying upskilling the health workforce is vital. Otago University has begun preliminary work towards the possible establishment of a multi-disciplinary clinic, to help people who've had Covid who are still battling with ongoing symptoms such as breathing issues. C…
 
A cast of tennis greats will chase victory at Wimbledon on the manicured All England Club courts over the next two weeks. The competition which began overnight, features ageing stars Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray who are back once again. Women's legend Serena Williams has made it into the field at the age of 40 -- in pursuit of that …
 
A cast of tennis greats will chase victory at Wimbledon on the manicured All England Club courts over the next two weeks. The competition which began overnight, features ageing stars Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray who are back once again. Women's legend Serena Williams has made it into the field at the age of 40 -- in pursuit of that …
 
Niue is the latest Pacific Island to open to New Zealand. It is one of the few countries that has not experienced community transmission, with just a handful of cases recorded at the border. Fully vaccinated passengers will be allowed to enter without isolation from today. Passengers on the first flight are currently checking in. RNZ Pacific Report…
 
People fed up with the putrid stench from Bromley's wastewater plant are on the brink of protesting against the Christchurch City Council's handling of the crisis. More long-term air monitoring has begun, but the whole saga has sown so much distrust that people don't have any confidence in the council's response or the test results. Jean Edwards re…
 
People fed up with the putrid stench from Bromley's wastewater plant are on the brink of protesting against the Christchurch City Council's handling of the crisis. More long-term air monitoring has begun, but the whole saga has sown so much distrust that people don't have any confidence in the council's response or the test results. Jean Edwards re…
 
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