RNZ: Sunday Morning

RNZ: Sunday Morning

Mediawatch for 28 February 2021

Covid cases spark Saturday night scramble for media; MIQ martyr raises red flags10 years after - marking a major...

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Auckland mayor Phil Goff on the shift in alert levels

Aucklanders let out a collective gasp last night when news broke that the city would be going back into Alert Level 3...

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Should South Auckland be prioritised for vaccinations?

South Auckland remains the Covid-19 centre of attention after multiple new hotspots were announced in the wake of the...

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How to be a (very stable) genius

Professor Craig Wright is author of The Hidden Habits of Genius: Beyond Talent, IQ, and Grit - Unlocking the Secrets...

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Study: People are not as financially responsible as they think

According to research from the University of Notre Dame, people think they are more financially responsible than they...

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Tim Finn: 'Tupaia had a different way of seeing the universe'

He's best known for his work with Split Enz, the Finn Brothers and also a solo artist, but in recent years Tim Finn...

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Why it's never too late to learn something new

Yes, it's true that our ability to pick up new skills declines with age, but harnessing a specific type of mindset -...

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Michael Baker: 'Power is there to detain Covid-19 contacts'

Auckland moved back into Alert Level 3 lockdown this morning - with the rest of the country being moved to level 2 -...

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The Weekend Panel with Jane Clifton and Richard Harman

On the Weekend Panel today are the NZ Listener political writer Jane Clifton and the man behind the Politik website...

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Covid-19 update with Professor Gary McLean

Joining us is Gary McLean, professor in molecular immunology at London Metropolitan University. Dr McLean looks at...

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Michael Barnett on the economic impact of Auckland's lockdown

Last night the Prime Minister announced Auckland will be returning to Alert Level 3 lockdown for at least the next...

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Director Samantha Stark on 'Framing Britney Spears'

Britney Spears remains stuck in a court-sanctioned conservatorship, unable to control her fortune. The New York Times...

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Earth 2: The online game that's got teens buying 'property'

A new augmented reality and VR  game is testing the boundaries of cryptocurrencies and property ownership. Earth 2 is...

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Questions remain over NZ visa application centre in Beijing

Canada's Globe and Mail reported this week that the Beijing visa application centre used by New Zealand has close...

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Peter Lester on the Prada Cup Final

The Prada Cup final series kicked back into action yesterday, with Luna Rossa needing only three more victories over...

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James Goodman: 'Trump is simply too lazy to run again'

He's sitting third overall in the favoured odds to win the 2024 U.S. election (after Kamala Harris and then Joe...

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Covid-19 update with Professor Michael Baker

After an eventful week of lockdown in Auckland and the arrival of the saviour vaccines, we welcome back the prominent...

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The top three tips for warding off cyber attacks

Cyber crime is continuing to rise. Last year, the government received 5712 reports of cyber incidents which cost...

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Calling Home: Sarah Argyle in Arnhem, the Netherlands

Despite the hassles and frustrations that Covid-19 has brought with it, Cantabrian Sarah Argyle has thoroughly...

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Could a more meaty diet make cats kill less wildlife?

Domestic cats appear to hunt less when their diets are richer in animal-sourced protein, according to a...

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