Meg Williams

Meg Williams is a writer and a student who describes herself as "Elaine in the Seinfeld episode where she becomes George"

Auckland
Mar 22, 2018

Phil and Julie Anne go to MOTAT

Where better to grill the government's transport ministers on their plans for improving Aucklanders' commute than at MOTAT, the inner-suburb museum dedicated to the history and potential future of transport.

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Politics
Sep 20, 2017

Chlöe Swarbrick: 'Something I've dreamed of doing for a long time? I just want a dog.'

The 36 Questions Project is a series in which Meg Williams takes a politician on a date and asks them the 36 Questions, a series of conversation starters designed to make two people fall in love. In this final instalment, Williams dates Green Party candidate Chlöe Swarbrick.

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Politics
Sep 18, 2017

Baemian Light: A date with the new leader of United Future

In the 36 Questions Project, Meg Williams takes a politician on a date and asks them the 36 Questions, a series of conversation starters designed to make two people fall in love. In this episode, Williams meets brand new United Future leader, 33-year-old Damian Light, for Japanese food.

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Politics
Sep 13, 2017

‘Oh, you’re a Greenie, are you?’ A millennial goes on a date with Gareth Morgan

The 36 Questions Project is a series in which Meg Williams takes a politician on a date and asks them the 36 Questions, a series of conversation starters designed to make two people fall in love. In this episode, Williams dates The Opportunities Party leader Gareth Morgan.

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Politics
Aug 9, 2017

What our politics has lost with Metiria Turei’s resignation

Just over three weeks after making an emotional admission at the Greens conference, Metiria Turei has resigned as her party's co-leader. Young Greens co-convener Meg Williams pays tribute.

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Politics
Jul 7, 2017

I’m in love with Marama Fox

The 36 Questions Project is a new series in which Meg Williams takes a politician on a date and asks them the 36 Questions, a series of conversation-starters designed to make two people fall in love. In this episode, Williams dates Māori Party co-leader Marama Fox.

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Politics
May 31, 2017

How I tried, and failed, to make Act leader David Seymour fall in love with me

The 36 Questions Project is a new series in which Meg Williams takes a politician on a date and asks them the 36 Questions, a series of conversation-starters designed to make two people fall in love. In this inaugural installment, Young Greens co-convenor Williams dates Act leader David Seymour. Will opposites attract?

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