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Bird of the Year hacking due to ‘a lot of passion’ – Forest & Bird

Forest & Bird’s Bird of the Year competition has “shut down” the hacker who logged over 300 fraudulent votes.


Interpersonal managers could help nix workplace bullying - expert

Too often managers are selected for their technical skills to do the job, rather than interpersonal skills.


Weekend Variety Wireless: In case you missed Sunday

This week: Outspoken broadcaster Mark Watson; Rock Royalty Harry Lyon; John Dybvig; and much more.


New Zealand sails into record summer cruise season

"Everybody loves coming to New Zealand," according to the NZ Cruise Association.


Weekend Variety Wireless: In case you missed Saturday

Here's a look back at the best bits from Weekend Variety Wireless with Graeme Hill on Saturday 29th September, 2018.


Cook's Endeavour rediscovered?

Maritime historian John McCrystal takes a look Captain Cook's Endeavour - has it been found?


The collapse of Northland's forests

Forest & Bird’s Dean Baigent-Mercer has a plea for action.


Trampers get improved access to Matt Lauer’s Hunter Valley Station

Mr Lauer, who was famously fired from the Today Show in 2017, bought the Hunter Valley lease for $13 million last year.


The AM Show hosts clash over Jacinda Ardern's US visit

Amanda Gillies says Jacinda Ardern's charm has put New Zealand on the map.


The Long Lunch: In case you missed Friday

If you missed the show on Friday, here are the best bits to listen back to from The Long Lunch, Friday September 29th 2018.


Should sexuality be considered for blood donation eligibility?

A public health expert wants to clarify why blood donations are rejected based on sexual orientation.


The Long Lunch: In case you missed Thursday

If you missed the show on Thursday, here are the best bits from The Long Lunch, Thursday September 27th 2018.


Spending time in nature reaps mental health benefits - survey

Swapping the couch for a stroll in the park could be the ticket to reducing stress and mental illness, according to a newly released survey.


Freemasonry theories and conspiracies get tackled by former leader

The secretive freemasons are undoubtedly one of those organisations that have prompted many theories across New Zealand...


Could tiny homes be the answer to unaffordable housing?

The housing alternative has certainly caught New Zealand by storm, particularly in a country where the average asking price is creeping towards $600.


Bringing pets to work a ‘growing trend’ in New Zealand

Have you ever considered taking your pooch to work?


The Long Lunch: In case you missed Tuesday

Here are the best bits to listen back to from The Long Lunch for Tuesday September 25th, 2018.


Miss World NZ opens up about sexual abuse as a child

Jess Tyson, 25, told RadioLIVE that she was abused when she was just seven years old.


The Long Lunch: In case you missed Monday

Here are the best bits to listen back to from The Long Lunch for Monday 24th September, 2018.


Media Stick: When did men get the vote?

Tamar Munch joins Ryan Bradley to trawl through the week's weirder media news and events.


Skeptical Thoughts: Grief vampires, Baa Baa beads for cats?

Siouxsie Wiles joins Ryan Bradley to expose this week's woos and scams.


The tech company exploring the sub-surface

Graham Grant describes the company as “New Zealand's best technology export secret” that is relatively unknown.


Apps of the Week: Do we all get our news from social media?

Cate Owen joins RadioLIVE’s Vaughn Davis to take a look at the latest in app news.


New Uber guidelines could have you kicked off app

Amanda Gilmore, country manager for Uber, joins RadioLIVE’s Vaughn Davis to discuss the company’s new policies.


Kiwis over 50 might have a drinking problem - study

Massey University’s research co-leader Dr Andy Towers discusses how addictive alcohol can be.


MEDUSA director talks feminism and acceptance

Director Julia Croft joins Ryan Bradley to take a look at the new show hitting Wellington and Auckland.


Human Statistics: The second Ipsos New Zealand Issues Monitor

Ipsos' Jonathan Dodd joins Ryan Bradley to take a look at the results of the second New Zealand Issues Monitor by Ipsos.


Astronomy: Comet 21P, Lunar tourists

Astronomer Dr Grant Christie joins Ryan Bradley to talk about the latest in astronomy news.


Words with Max Cryer: Vote, Quantum

Max Cryer joins Ryan Bradley to banter over words, their origin and their meaning.


Jason Shon Bennett shares his secrets for exceptional health

Most New Zealanders need to seriously rethink their diet and lifestyle in order to live longer, says the Kiwi health guru.


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