To mark the publication of his book Yes, Minister, the former National cabinet minister talks to Toby Manhire about the Key years, the state of the National Party, the colleagues he’d admired and those he loathed.
Bernard Hickey talks to Octopus Energy’s Margaret Cooney about possible solutions to shift away from expensive electricity peaks, and how an obscure law change might unleash a surge of retail competition.
Two junior MPs, one new and the other very new, have become the centre of political attention in the last 10 days. What do the cases tell us about the culture in the parties and the strange workplace of parliament?
Whatever you do, do NOT say the b-word around Jamie and do NOT ask Cheffy to make you a high tea. We recap all the drama from Episode 13 including Culver’s Compound, Jamie’s hissy fit and a dramatic dismissal of a beloved crew member.
Imagine being able to manage a herd of cows from your smartphone. That’s exactly what the Halter system, founded by ex-Rocket Lab engineer Craig Piggot, allows farmers to do. He joins Simon Pound to talk about Halter’s fascinating agri-tech.
Gen Z is making and consuming media in ways that can be difficult for older generations to understand, and we’re on the precipice of massive societal change as a result. Duncan Greive and real-life Gen Z Lucy Blakiston (SYSCA) discuss with tech writer Rex Woodbury.
Special guests Ngāhuia Murphy, Ataria Sharman and Qiane Matata-Sipu join regular hosts Meriana Johnsen and Leonie Hayden to discuss ikura, the first wāhine, feminine deities and the secrets the colonisers didn’t want us to remember.
We talk Love Island at the pub, all the Celebrity Treasure Island cast announcements and the return of Heartbreak Island. But the big scandal of the week is the fact Ben on The Block broke his moustache-shaving promise, and therefore our hearts.
In a bid to increase financial literacy and confidence among young people, Kendall Flutey (Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Kahungunu) co-founded Banqer – a financial education platform used by over 300,000 students in Australasia.