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Dawn Raid apology has the power to heal
The New Zealand Government is making an official apology for the Dawn Raids in Auckland this afternoon. Christine Nurminen, who is co-chair of the Pacific Co-operation Foundation, will be attending with her family.
Sniffing, swilling and spitting through the world of wine
The New Zealand National Wine Tasting Competition final is taking place at the New Zealand School of Food and Wine in the Viaduct this afternoon. Event organiser Celia Hay joins us to discuss.
Why life may indeed really begin at 40
You might be at the stage of your life where you think you peaked in your 20's and are now enduring a decline, but science journalist David Robson explains the Seven Primes of Life and why turning 40 should be celebrated.
Kiwi Sweet Tooth star: 'Bear' role was made for me
New Zealand-American actress Stefania LaVie Owen stars in the new Netflix series Sweet Tooth which was filmed in New Zealand. The show is a fantasy drama in a post-apocalyptic world with many parallels to the modern day reality.
Dr. Pan Conrad: when science meets religion
Her fulltime job is as a priest at St. Alban's Episcopal Church in Maryland, Virginia, but in her 'other' life, Rev. Pamela 'Pan' Conrad has worked as a member of the tactical operations team for NASA's Mars rover mission.
Mediawatch for 1 August 2021
Kiwi strike Tokyo gold - and give media plenty of colour; ramping up angst over arming police; 'hussey' is OK says BSA (in context)