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In der 66. Folge spricht Politikredakteur Benjamin Auber mit dem Mannheimer Bildungspsychologen Stefan Münzer über Studenten und wie sie die Corona-Krise gemeistert haben. Außerdem: Kann digitaler Unterricht tatsächlich den Hörsaal ersetzen? Und warum eine Online-Prüfung eine Leistungsabfrage vor Ort durchaus ersetzen kann.…
 
It's a sad day for cricket fans as New Zealand Cricket's leading umpire for two decades, Fred Goodall has died aged 83. Fred Goodall umpired 24 tests and 15 one-day internationals between 1965 and 1988 but was best known as being the victim of an elbow in the back from West Indies fast bowler Colin Croft during their tumultuous tour of New Zealand …
 
Arch rivals Labour and National fronted media together today in a rare show of allegiance against the country's housing supply crisis. The cross-party initiatives strip back the consenting process and free up zoning to allow more density. But as lovely as this sounds, the question remains; will it mean more houses? Building Industry Federation Chie…
 
Ngāti Whātua is defending the management of the border between Te Tai Tokerau and Tāmaki Makaurau. Northland will drop down to alert level 2 at midnight, following a Covid scare in which a woman who later tested positive crossed the border using fake documents. That's raised concerns that poor controls could see more cases sneak through. But those …
 
Life in Australia is slowly getting back to normal, with more states releasing plans to open up and let people back in. With high vaccination rates, a national plan and clear targets, states are beginning to lift more restrictions and have announced plans to let vaccinated expats and visitors back in. Worldwatch's Perlina Lau reports.…
 
Christmas is just around the corner, but with Tāmaki Makaurau still in level 3, many are wondering if they should be making any plans at all. The Prime Minister says Aucklanders should not be cancelling plans to leave town for the festive season and told media this morning she believes the city will be out of level 3 by Christmas. Despite that, som…
 
Health officials are thinking smaller and more nimble as they try to reach the half million people who have not had a first dose of the vaccine. First were the 'Shot Bro' buses, now vaccine campers are on the road. More than 40 'vaxi vans' will be travelling over the motu in the next few weeks, aiming to reach isolated. rural areas. One of the firs…
 
To Australia, where an urgent search for a missing four-year-old girl feared abducted is being hampered by extreme weather. Cleo Smith went missing from a campsite in a rural area on the coast of Western Australia four days ago. She was with her family in a tent in her sleeping bag and was last seen by them at about 1:30am. It has sparked memories …
 
All Black hooker Codie Taylor choked back tears at an emotional All Blacks press conference today as he paid tribute to his teammate Sean Wainui. 25-year-old Wainui, who played for the Māori All Blacks, the Crusaders and more recently the Chiefs, was killed when the car he was driving hit a tree yesterday morning. The All Blacks, many of whom playe…
 
As Te Tai Tokerau prepares to move down alert levels, a Whangārei doctor is pleading with people to get vaccinated - saying the effects of not doing so, will be absolutely devastating. There are still around 45,000 people in Northland who have yet to have a single vaccine. Nationwide that figure is around 600,000. And with doctors already worried a…
 
An Auckland theatre has drawn the curtains on the 2021 season - saying even level two would be too hard to operate in. The Basement Theatre in the central city hosts performances from theatre makers, dancers, visual artists, musicians and comedians - but a lack of certainty around Delta alert levels has led to the constant re-scheduling of performa…
 
Labour and National have put their differences aside to slash red tape around housing density, with the aim of making it easier and cheaper to build new homes. New rules will allow up to three, three-storey buildings on sites in the country's biggest cities, without a resource consent. National's leader Judith Collins first reached out to the Labou…
 
The peak of Canterbury's social calendar has been scrapped this year - with the Addington Cup Week closed to the public for the first time in more than a century. It's the latest in a slew of cancellations in the region, as the threat of Delta creeps closer to the Covid-free south. Our Ōtautahi cameraman Nate McKinnon and reporter Kim Moodie filed …
 
It's a record there is no medal for - 94 new cases of Covid Delta in the community. Eighty-seven of those are in Auckland and seven in Waikato. It is the highest daily case count the country has recorded since Covid landed in New Zealand. The previous record was 89 in April last year. Another number that this concerning health officials is 183 - th…
 
Dr DUNCAN WEBB to the Minister of Finance: What Government economic support has been provided to businesses since the Delta outbreak on 17 August? Hon JUDITH COLLINS to the Prime Minister: Does she stand by her statement in relation to COVID-19 restrictions, “We know that in the future we cannot ask people to live week by week, not knowing when thi…
 
The former Australian prime minister Kevin Rudd, says people can expect China's aggressive and confrontational diplomacy to continue for the time being. Rudd who is a fluent Mandarin speaker says the posture is likely to remain at least until next November's 20th party congress where President Xi is expected to stay on for a third term in power.…
 
Colin Powell, the first African American to hold the country's top cabinet position of secretary of state, has died at 84. In many ways he shaped American foreign policy for decades, and for a time was considered the leading contender to become the first Black president. He's died of Covid complications - he was suffering from a type of blood cance…
 
Tearfund's annual ethical fashion report out today shows some promising signs from New Zealand brands. Five New Zealand companies ranked in the top 20, and roughly 40 percent of the surveyed brands have improved their scores. Māni Dunlop spoke to sustainable fashion specialist Jacinta Fitzgerald who said people still needed to do their own research…
 
Workers are feeling the pinch, with inflation running red hot while wages fail to keep up. Year on year, inflation is at 4.9 percent according to this week's figures from Stats NZ. That means some families are being forced to choose between essentials - such as groceries, fuel, power, and clothes. The Council of Trade Unions' economist Craig Rennie…
 
The Waitangi Tribunal says slow progress calculating compensation to Māori health providers risks further prejudice. It's also calling on the government to ensure the newly appointed Māori Health Authority - which it is cautiously welcoming - is given enough power to uphold tino rangatiratanga. It's the final chapter of the first stage of the Waita…
 
A public health expert reviewing the government's contact tracing strategy says it's bizarre that system capacity hasn't been increased, given its cost-effectiveness compared to spiralling cases and continued restrictions. The Ministry of Health's update yesterday said 140 cases from the last fortnight remained unlinked. (After the interview, the l…
 
Labour and National are promising to make it easier to build more houses. The parties are launching joint housing reforms -- saying as many as 100,000 extra homes could go up within the next eight years. The cross party announcement came from government ministers for housing Megan Woods and the environment David Parker, as well as the National Part…
 
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