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New Zealand has another coronavirus-related death - a man in his 60s from the Rosewood Rest Home in Christchurch.

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Wellington Phoenix general manager David Dome chats with Jason Pine on where the A-League season is at.

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The Young Innovator Awards challenges Western Bay of Plenty students to come up with an innovative product or service that solves a problem.

nzherald posted the article • 0 comments • 24 views • 2020-04-25 13:18 • 来自相关话题

 

 
 
 
The Young Innovator Awards challenges Western Bay of Plenty students to come up with an innovative product or service that solves a problem. In its 10th year, the event has undergone a dramatic transformation due to the global pandemic. view all
 


 
 
 
The Young Innovator Awards challenges Western Bay of Plenty students to come up with an innovative product or service that solves a problem. In its 10th year, the event has undergone a dramatic transformation due to the global pandemic.
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Anzac Day 2020 commemoration service

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Wild Eyes Episode 3: Animal Detective | nzherald.co.nz

nzherald posted the article • 0 comments • 20 views • 2020-04-25 13:16 • 来自相关话题

Kia ora! Do missions and open your wild eyes!
Build stuff, get mucky, get arty, get lost... explore your backyard wilderness!
Learn nature ninja skills, get crafty, hunt poo and discover amazing stuff outdoors.
What? Never hunted poo? Don’t worry, it doesn’t run fast…
Check out  www.wildeyes.co.nz to upload photos of your own missions!
Mission detail videos made with funding from NZ on Air. view all
Kia ora! Do missions and open your wild eyes!
Build stuff, get mucky, get arty, get lost... explore your backyard wilderness!
Learn nature ninja skills, get crafty, hunt poo and discover amazing stuff outdoors.
What? Never hunted poo? Don’t worry, it doesn’t run fast…
Check out  www.wildeyes.co.nz to upload photos of your own missions!
Mission detail videos made with funding from NZ on Air.


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The race for fast food and delivery chains to get ready in time for Tuesday's rush is on, with each store working to get their fridges fully stocked, and their deliveries up and running.

RNZ posted the article • 0 comments • 19 views • 2020-04-25 12:52 • 来自相关话题

 

The race for fast food and delivery chains to get ready in time for Tuesday's rush is on, with each store working to get their fridges fully stocked, their workspaces safe, and their deliveries up and running.

Many of you will no doubt be hanging out for your first takeaway after so many weeks. But who's open? What are they serving? And what measures are they putting in place to ensure your safety? 

Harry Lock has the answers to your burning questions. view all
 


The race for fast food and delivery chains to get ready in time for Tuesday's rush is on, with each store working to get their fridges fully stocked, their workspaces safe, and their deliveries up and running.

Many of you will no doubt be hanging out for your first takeaway after so many weeks. But who's open? What are they serving? And what measures are they putting in place to ensure your safety? 

Harry Lock has the answers to your burning questions.
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'I feel hopeful, a bit nervous' - NZ eateries prepare for lockdown level 3 deliveries

RNZ posted the article • 0 comments • 19 views • 2020-04-25 12:49 • 来自相关话题

 

 
As lockdown alert level 3 approaches in New Zealand, small, independent restaurants and cafes are coming up with ways of making sure they can still deliver to hungry customers.
 
 RNZ heard from Ōtautahi's Fush co-owner Anton Matthews. view all
 


 
As lockdown alert level 3 approaches in New Zealand, small, independent restaurants and cafes are coming up with ways of making sure they can still deliver to hungry customers.
 
 RNZ heard from Ōtautahi's Fush co-owner Anton Matthews.
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A few words from the New Zealand Prime Minister for Anzac Day, 25 April 2020

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A few words from the New Zealand Prime Minister for Anzac Day, 25 April 2020 view all
 


 
A few words from the New Zealand Prime Minister for Anzac Day, 25 April 2020
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NZ COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) update – 23 April, 2020

minhealthnz posted the article • 0 comments • 52 views • 2020-04-23 13:54 • 来自相关话题

 

 
COVID-19 Update Speakers: Minister of Broadcasting, Kris Faafoi, followed by, Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern Director-General of Health, Dr Ashley Bloomfield view all
 


 
COVID-19 Update Speakers: Minister of Broadcasting, Kris Faafoi, followed by, Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern Director-General of Health, Dr Ashley Bloomfield
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NZ COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) update – 23 April, 2020 3pm

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Director of Civil Defense Emergency Management Sarah Stuart-Black and Police Commissioner Andrew Coster address the media
 

 
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Director of Civil Defense Emergency Management Sarah Stuart-Black and Police Commissioner Andrew Coster address the media
 


 
 
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Coronavirus: What the change to Alert Level 3 mean for New Zealand

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Many NZ zoos struggling to stay afloat as nationwide lockdown halts income

1 NEWS posted the article • 0 comments • 23 views • 2020-04-20 19:37 • 来自相关话题

 
 


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Community testing for Covid-19 ramps up in NZ, but scientists warn it’s not enough

1 NEWS posted the article • 0 comments • 19 views • 2020-04-20 19:36 • 来自相关话题

 

 
 
 


 
 
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SURVIVING LOCKDOWN

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Living in lockdown has been a major adjustment for most of us but what is it like for our most vulnerable Kiwis?

We speak with 11-year old Eva Mitchell, whose rare medical condition means she’s no stranger to life in a bubble. And South Auckland GP Dr Matire Harwood explains her work to protect her high risk Maori and Pacific community from a disease she says could devastate them. view all
 
 
 


 
Living in lockdown has been a major adjustment for most of us but what is it like for our most vulnerable Kiwis?

We speak with 11-year old Eva Mitchell, whose rare medical condition means she’s no stranger to life in a bubble. And South Auckland GP Dr Matire Harwood explains her work to protect her high risk Maori and Pacific community from a disease she says could devastate them.
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WATCHING THE WATCHDOG

1 NEWS posted the article • 0 comments • 18 views • 2020-04-20 19:33 • 来自相关话题

 

 
How does a family recover from a medical tragedy – a mum whose baby died, and who almost lost her own life?

If something goes wrong for any of us in the NZ health system we can complain to the Health and Disability Commissioner – an independent watchdog who will investigate.

But it can be a drawn out process for some families, who say their wait for answers - and accountability - has become agonisingly long and slow.

We ask the HDC about those stuck in the system for over 3 years, and what needs to change. view all
 


 
How does a family recover from a medical tragedy – a mum whose baby died, and who almost lost her own life?

If something goes wrong for any of us in the NZ health system we can complain to the Health and Disability Commissioner – an independent watchdog who will investigate.

But it can be a drawn out process for some families, who say their wait for answers - and accountability - has become agonisingly long and slow.

We ask the HDC about those stuck in the system for over 3 years, and what needs to change.
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Covid-19 elimination is possible if NZ stays in Level 4 lockdown for two extra weeks – top scientist

1 NEWS posted the article • 0 comments • 18 views • 2020-04-20 19:32 • 来自相关话题

 

 
 
Professor Shaun Hendy from the University of Auckland made the prediction on TVNZ 1’s Breakfast.

Start your day the right way with a combination of news, sport and entertainment. 
Weekdays from 6am on TVNZ 1 view all
 


 
 
Professor Shaun Hendy from the University of Auckland made the prediction on TVNZ 1’s Breakfast.

Start your day the right way with a combination of news, sport and entertainment. 
Weekdays from 6am on TVNZ 1
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Avoid car battery issues by running the car for half hour a week at home - AA

1 NEWS posted the article • 0 comments • 19 views • 2020-04-20 19:31 • 来自相关话题

 

 
General manager of AA Roadside Solutions Bashir Khan shares his tips. Start your day the right way with a combination of news, sport and entertainment. Weekdays from 6am on TVNZ 1 view all
 


 
General manager of AA Roadside Solutions Bashir Khan shares his tips. Start your day the right way with a combination of news, sport and entertainment. Weekdays from 6am on TVNZ 1
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Covid-19 Pacific Update for April 20

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1 NEWS’ Barbara Dreaver has the latest coronavirus news from around the Pacific. view all
 


 
1 NEWS’ Barbara Dreaver has the latest coronavirus news from around the Pacific.
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COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) update – 20 April, 2020

minhealthnz posted the article • 0 comments • 46 views • 2020-04-20 12:48 • 来自相关话题

 

 
The COVID-19 media conference with officials will start at 4pm today. Speakers: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern Dr Ashley Bloomfield, Director-General of Health
 
The COVID-19 media conference with officials will start at 4pm today. Speakers: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern Dr Ashley Bloomfield, Director-General of Health view all
 


 
The COVID-19 media conference with officials will start at 4pm today. Speakers: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern Dr Ashley Bloomfield, Director-General of Health
 
The COVID-19 media conference with officials will start at 4pm today. Speakers: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern Dr Ashley Bloomfield, Director-General of Health
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Kia ora koutou, tonight: The nationwide Covid-19 lockdown in New Zealand continues.Checkpoint on Wednesday 15 April, 2020

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Kia ora koutou, tonight: The nationwide Covid-19 lockdown in New Zealand continues. view all
 


 
Kia ora koutou, tonight: The nationwide Covid-19 lockdown in New Zealand continues.
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RNZ - The Citizen's Handbook: Episode 7 - The Court System [ G ]

RNZ posted the article • 0 comments • 23 views • 2020-04-19 13:09 • 来自相关话题

 

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Released April 16th, 2020
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Series Classification: G (General Programmes)
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We start this episode at a time before the Brits arrived and what conflict resolution looked like back then, and how the community was involved and came first.  When the Brits did arrive, they refused to follow local Iwi law so instead brought their own dispute resolution system from home.  Robbie looks closer at New Zealand's court systems and what the purpose for each one is, along with what actually happens if you need to go to court and what options New Zealand citizens have. 
 
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The Citizen’s Handbook is a ten-part Video and Podcast comedy series and civics class for all New Zealanders created by the award-winning team behind the popular satirical web show White Man Behind A Desk.

The series covers five topics: history, politics, law, economics, and international relations.  In writing and producing the series, the creators (Robbie Nicol and Finnius Teppett) have teamed up with relevant experts and a writers’ room built on a partnership between Māori and Pākehā to ensure that all information is culturally and historically accurate.

Using thorough research and sharp comedy, The Citizen’s Handbook empowers its audience with the knowledge of how this country came to be, how it currently works, and how we can face the challenges that lie ahead.

The Citizen’s Handbook puts the focus onto the actions of people, and by highlighting the power of human action in creating the present, we’re demonstrating that your actions can have a powerful impact on the future.

It’s also really funny.

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Produced for RNZ by Kevin and Co.
Made possible by the RNZ/NZ On Air Innovation Fund.
 
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Released April 16th, 2020
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Series Classification: G (General Programmes)
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We start this episode at a time before the Brits arrived and what conflict resolution looked like back then, and how the community was involved and came first.  When the Brits did arrive, they refused to follow local Iwi law so instead brought their own dispute resolution system from home.  Robbie looks closer at New Zealand's court systems and what the purpose for each one is, along with what actually happens if you need to go to court and what options New Zealand citizens have. 
 
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The Citizen’s Handbook is a ten-part Video and Podcast comedy series and civics class for all New Zealanders created by the award-winning team behind the popular satirical web show White Man Behind A Desk.

The series covers five topics: history, politics, law, economics, and international relations.  In writing and producing the series, the creators (Robbie Nicol and Finnius Teppett) have teamed up with relevant experts and a writers’ room built on a partnership between Māori and Pākehā to ensure that all information is culturally and historically accurate.

Using thorough research and sharp comedy, The Citizen’s Handbook empowers its audience with the knowledge of how this country came to be, how it currently works, and how we can face the challenges that lie ahead.

The Citizen’s Handbook puts the focus onto the actions of people, and by highlighting the power of human action in creating the present, we’re demonstrating that your actions can have a powerful impact on the future.

It’s also really funny.

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Produced for RNZ by Kevin and Co.
Made possible by the RNZ/NZ On Air Innovation Fund.
 
 
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RNZ - The Citizen's Handbook: Episode 8 - The Market [ G ]

RNZ posted the article • 0 comments • 21 views • 2020-04-19 13:05 • 来自相关话题

 

 
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Released April 16th, 2020
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Series Classification: G (General Programmes)
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Before money was introduced to Aotearoa everyone worked within their Hapu to grow, work and trade for what was needed in their community.  Then the Brits arrived and introduced “Special tokens” that were used at markets for trading goods and services, this is what we call money.  In this episode, Robbie looks at this “special token” system and what the rules are and how the government of New Zealand is involved. 
 
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The Citizen’s Handbook is a ten-part Video and Podcast comedy series and civics class for all New Zealanders created by the award-winning team behind the popular satirical web show White Man Behind A Desk.

The series covers five topics: history, politics, law, economics, and international relations.  In writing and producing the series, the creators (Robbie Nicol and Finnius Teppett) have teamed up with relevant experts and a writers’ room built on a partnership between Māori and Pākehā to ensure that all information is culturally and historically accurate.

Using thorough research and sharp comedy, The Citizen’s Handbook empowers its audience with the knowledge of how this country came to be, how it currently works, and how we can face the challenges that lie ahead.

The Citizen’s Handbook puts the focus onto the actions of people, and by highlighting the power of human action in creating the present, we’re demonstrating that your actions can have a powerful impact on the future.

It’s also really funny.

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Produced for RNZ by Kevin and Co.
Made possible by the RNZ/NZ On Air Innovation Fund. view all
 


 
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Released April 16th, 2020
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Series Classification: G (General Programmes)
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Before money was introduced to Aotearoa everyone worked within their Hapu to grow, work and trade for what was needed in their community.  Then the Brits arrived and introduced “Special tokens” that were used at markets for trading goods and services, this is what we call money.  In this episode, Robbie looks at this “special token” system and what the rules are and how the government of New Zealand is involved. 
 
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The Citizen’s Handbook is a ten-part Video and Podcast comedy series and civics class for all New Zealanders created by the award-winning team behind the popular satirical web show White Man Behind A Desk.

The series covers five topics: history, politics, law, economics, and international relations.  In writing and producing the series, the creators (Robbie Nicol and Finnius Teppett) have teamed up with relevant experts and a writers’ room built on a partnership between Māori and Pākehā to ensure that all information is culturally and historically accurate.

Using thorough research and sharp comedy, The Citizen’s Handbook empowers its audience with the knowledge of how this country came to be, how it currently works, and how we can face the challenges that lie ahead.

The Citizen’s Handbook puts the focus onto the actions of people, and by highlighting the power of human action in creating the present, we’re demonstrating that your actions can have a powerful impact on the future.

It’s also really funny.

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Produced for RNZ by Kevin and Co.
Made possible by the RNZ/NZ On Air Innovation Fund.
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RNZ - The Citizen's Handbook: Episode 3 - The Settler Government [ G ]

RNZ posted the article • 0 comments • 26 views • 2020-04-19 13:02 • 来自相关话题

 

 
 
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Released April 16th, 2020
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Series Classification: G (General Programmes)
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How did the New Zealand government come to be?  Robbie talks us through how the 1852 New Zealand constitution gave settlers the right to create laws to do… well, pretty much whatever they wanted. 
 
 
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The Citizen’s Handbook is a ten-part Video and Podcast comedy series and civics class for all New Zealanders created by the award-winning team behind the popular satirical web show White Man Behind A Desk.

The series covers five topics: history, politics, law, economics, and international relations.  In writing and producing the series, the creators (Robbie Nicol and Finnius Teppett) have teamed up with relevant experts and a writers’ room built on a partnership between Māori and Pākehā to ensure that all information is culturally and historically accurate.

Using thorough research and sharp comedy, The Citizen’s Handbook empowers its audience with the knowledge of how this country came to be, how it currently works, and how we can face the challenges that lie ahead.

The Citizen’s Handbook puts the focus onto the actions of people, and by highlighting the power of human action in creating the present, we’re demonstrating that your actions can have a powerful impact on the future.

It’s also really funny.

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Produced for RNZ by Kevin and Co.
Made possible by the RNZ/NZ On Air Innovation Fund. view all
 


 
 
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Released April 16th, 2020
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Series Classification: G (General Programmes)
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How did the New Zealand government come to be?  Robbie talks us through how the 1852 New Zealand constitution gave settlers the right to create laws to do… well, pretty much whatever they wanted. 
 
 
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The Citizen’s Handbook is a ten-part Video and Podcast comedy series and civics class for all New Zealanders created by the award-winning team behind the popular satirical web show White Man Behind A Desk.

The series covers five topics: history, politics, law, economics, and international relations.  In writing and producing the series, the creators (Robbie Nicol and Finnius Teppett) have teamed up with relevant experts and a writers’ room built on a partnership between Māori and Pākehā to ensure that all information is culturally and historically accurate.

Using thorough research and sharp comedy, The Citizen’s Handbook empowers its audience with the knowledge of how this country came to be, how it currently works, and how we can face the challenges that lie ahead.

The Citizen’s Handbook puts the focus onto the actions of people, and by highlighting the power of human action in creating the present, we’re demonstrating that your actions can have a powerful impact on the future.

It’s also really funny.

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Produced for RNZ by Kevin and Co.
Made possible by the RNZ/NZ On Air Innovation Fund.
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RNZ - The Citizen's Handbook: Episode 6 - Law Enforcement [ G ]

RNZ posted the article • 0 comments • 23 views • 2020-04-19 13:00 • 来自相关话题

 
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Released April 16th, 2020
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Series Classification: G (General Programmes)
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We begin in the 1800s when British settlers thought that their colonising army was too expensive so they replaced them with the armed constabulary which was cheaper, that was then replaced by the armed police force which eventually became a big organisation called the New Zealand Police Force.  Robbie goes deep into how your skin colour can affect your odds of being suspected by the police or agency.
 
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The Citizen’s Handbook is a ten-part Video and Podcast comedy series and civics class for all New Zealanders created by the award-winning team behind the popular satirical web show White Man Behind A Desk.

The series covers five topics: history, politics, law, economics, and international relations.  In writing and producing the series, the creators (Robbie Nicol and Finnius Teppett) have teamed up with relevant experts and a writers’ room built on a partnership between Māori and Pākehā to ensure that all information is culturally and historically accurate.

Using thorough research and sharp comedy, The Citizen’s Handbook empowers its audience with the knowledge of how this country came to be, how it currently works, and how we can face the challenges that lie ahead.

The Citizen’s Handbook puts the focus onto the actions of people, and by highlighting the power of human action in creating the present, we’re demonstrating that your actions can have a powerful impact on the future.

It’s also really funny.

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Produced for RNZ by Kevin and Co.
Made possible by the RNZ/NZ On Air Innovation Fund.
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Released April 16th, 2020
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Series Classification: G (General Programmes)
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We begin in the 1800s when British settlers thought that their colonising army was too expensive so they replaced them with the armed constabulary which was cheaper, that was then replaced by the armed police force which eventually became a big organisation called the New Zealand Police Force.  Robbie goes deep into how your skin colour can affect your odds of being suspected by the police or agency.
 
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The Citizen’s Handbook is a ten-part Video and Podcast comedy series and civics class for all New Zealanders created by the award-winning team behind the popular satirical web show White Man Behind A Desk.

The series covers five topics: history, politics, law, economics, and international relations.  In writing and producing the series, the creators (Robbie Nicol and Finnius Teppett) have teamed up with relevant experts and a writers’ room built on a partnership between Māori and Pākehā to ensure that all information is culturally and historically accurate.

Using thorough research and sharp comedy, The Citizen’s Handbook empowers its audience with the knowledge of how this country came to be, how it currently works, and how we can face the challenges that lie ahead.

The Citizen’s Handbook puts the focus onto the actions of people, and by highlighting the power of human action in creating the present, we’re demonstrating that your actions can have a powerful impact on the future.

It’s also really funny.

---
Produced for RNZ by Kevin and Co.
Made possible by the RNZ/NZ On Air Innovation Fund.
 
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RNZ - The Citizen's Handbook: Episode 10 - Foreign Affairs [ G ]

RNZ posted the article • 0 comments • 21 views • 2020-04-19 12:58 • 来自相关话题

 

 
 
 
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Released April 16th, 2020
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Series Classification: G (General Programmes)
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In the final episode of The Citizen’s Handbook, Robbie explores how New Zealand used to interact with the rest of the world and how it does now.  The United Kingdom used to run our International relations which made no sense, so in 1943 The Department of External Affairs was introduced. Robbie looks at all the special relationships New Zealand has with other countries and what role climate change has in all of this. 
 
 
 
The Citizen’s Handbook is a ten-part Video and Podcast comedy series and civics class for all New Zealanders created by the award-winning team behind the popular satirical web show White Man Behind A Desk.

The series covers five topics: history, politics, law, economics, and international relations.  In writing and producing the series, the creators (Robbie Nicol and Finnius Teppett) have teamed up with relevant experts and a writers’ room built on a partnership between Māori and Pākehā to ensure that all information is culturally and historically accurate.

Using thorough research and sharp comedy, The Citizen’s Handbook empowers its audience with the knowledge of how this country came to be, how it currently works, and how we can face the challenges that lie ahead.

The Citizen’s Handbook puts the focus onto the actions of people, and by highlighting the power of human action in creating the present, we’re demonstrating that your actions can have a powerful impact on the future.

It’s also really funny.

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Produced for RNZ by Kevin and Co.
Made possible by the RNZ/NZ On Air Innovation Fund.
  view all
 


 
 
 
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Released April 16th, 2020
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Series Classification: G (General Programmes)
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In the final episode of The Citizen’s Handbook, Robbie explores how New Zealand used to interact with the rest of the world and how it does now.  The United Kingdom used to run our International relations which made no sense, so in 1943 The Department of External Affairs was introduced. Robbie looks at all the special relationships New Zealand has with other countries and what role climate change has in all of this. 
 
 
 
The Citizen’s Handbook is a ten-part Video and Podcast comedy series and civics class for all New Zealanders created by the award-winning team behind the popular satirical web show White Man Behind A Desk.

The series covers five topics: history, politics, law, economics, and international relations.  In writing and producing the series, the creators (Robbie Nicol and Finnius Teppett) have teamed up with relevant experts and a writers’ room built on a partnership between Māori and Pākehā to ensure that all information is culturally and historically accurate.

Using thorough research and sharp comedy, The Citizen’s Handbook empowers its audience with the knowledge of how this country came to be, how it currently works, and how we can face the challenges that lie ahead.

The Citizen’s Handbook puts the focus onto the actions of people, and by highlighting the power of human action in creating the present, we’re demonstrating that your actions can have a powerful impact on the future.

It’s also really funny.

---
Produced for RNZ by Kevin and Co.
Made possible by the RNZ/NZ On Air Innovation Fund.
 
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RNZ - The Citizen's Handbook: Episode 2 - The New Settlers [ G ]

RNZ posted the article • 0 comments • 21 views • 2020-04-19 12:56 • 来自相关话题

 

 
 
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Released April 16th, 2020
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Series Classification: G (General Programmes)
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In this episode, Robbie explores the colonisation of New Zealand.  In the 1700’s Captain Cook came to New Zealand on a ‘scientific’ expedition.  When Cook’s notes about how beautiful the country was reached his home shores, a steady flow of British settlers embarked on these fair shores.  It was only a matter of time before word spread of Aotearoa’s many resources including seals, whales and gold and settlers from all over the world flocked to get a share. 
 
 
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The Citizen’s Handbook is a ten-part Video and Podcast comedy series and civics class for all New Zealanders created by the award-winning team behind the popular satirical web show White Man Behind A Desk.

The series covers five topics: history, politics, law, economics, and international relations.  In writing and producing the series, the creators (Robbie Nicol and Finnius Teppett) have teamed up with relevant experts and a writers’ room built on a partnership between Māori and Pākehā to ensure that all information is culturally and historically accurate.

Using thorough research and sharp comedy, The Citizen’s Handbook empowers its audience with the knowledge of how this country came to be, how it currently works, and how we can face the challenges that lie ahead.

The Citizen’s Handbook puts the focus onto the actions of people, and by highlighting the power of human action in creating the present, we’re demonstrating that your actions can have a powerful impact on the future.

It’s also really funny.

---
Produced for RNZ by Kevin and Co.
Made possible by the RNZ/NZ On Air Innovation Fund. view all
 


 
 
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Released April 16th, 2020
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Series Classification: G (General Programmes)
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In this episode, Robbie explores the colonisation of New Zealand.  In the 1700’s Captain Cook came to New Zealand on a ‘scientific’ expedition.  When Cook’s notes about how beautiful the country was reached his home shores, a steady flow of British settlers embarked on these fair shores.  It was only a matter of time before word spread of Aotearoa’s many resources including seals, whales and gold and settlers from all over the world flocked to get a share. 
 
 
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The Citizen’s Handbook is a ten-part Video and Podcast comedy series and civics class for all New Zealanders created by the award-winning team behind the popular satirical web show White Man Behind A Desk.

The series covers five topics: history, politics, law, economics, and international relations.  In writing and producing the series, the creators (Robbie Nicol and Finnius Teppett) have teamed up with relevant experts and a writers’ room built on a partnership between Māori and Pākehā to ensure that all information is culturally and historically accurate.

Using thorough research and sharp comedy, The Citizen’s Handbook empowers its audience with the knowledge of how this country came to be, how it currently works, and how we can face the challenges that lie ahead.

The Citizen’s Handbook puts the focus onto the actions of people, and by highlighting the power of human action in creating the present, we’re demonstrating that your actions can have a powerful impact on the future.

It’s also really funny.

---
Produced for RNZ by Kevin and Co.
Made possible by the RNZ/NZ On Air Innovation Fund.
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RNZ - The Citizen's Handbook: Episode 5 - A Bill Becomes a Law [ G ]

RNZ posted the article • 0 comments • 23 views • 2020-04-19 12:49 • 来自相关话题

 

 
 
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The Citizen’s Handbook is a ten-part Video and Podcast comedy series and civics class for all New Zealanders created by the award-winning team behind the popular satirical web show White Man Behind A Desk.

The series covers five topics: history, politics, law, economics, and international relations.  In writing and producing the series, the creators (Robbie Nicol and Finnius Teppett) have teamed up with relevant experts and a writers’ room built on a partnership between Māori and Pākehā to ensure that all information is culturally and historically accurate.

Using thorough research and sharp comedy, The Citizen’s Handbook empowers its audience with the knowledge of how this country came to be, how it currently works, and how we can face the challenges that lie ahead.

The Citizen’s Handbook puts the focus onto the actions of people, and by highlighting the power of human action in creating the present, we’re demonstrating that your actions can have a powerful impact on the future.

It’s also really funny.

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Produced for RNZ by Kevin and Co.
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The Citizen’s Handbook is a ten-part Video and Podcast comedy series and civics class for all New Zealanders created by the award-winning team behind the popular satirical web show White Man Behind A Desk.

The series covers five topics: history, politics, law, economics, and international relations.  In writing and producing the series, the creators (Robbie Nicol and Finnius Teppett) have teamed up with relevant experts and a writers’ room built on a partnership between Māori and Pākehā to ensure that all information is culturally and historically accurate.

Using thorough research and sharp comedy, The Citizen’s Handbook empowers its audience with the knowledge of how this country came to be, how it currently works, and how we can face the challenges that lie ahead.

The Citizen’s Handbook puts the focus onto the actions of people, and by highlighting the power of human action in creating the present, we’re demonstrating that your actions can have a powerful impact on the future.

It’s also really funny.

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Produced for RNZ by Kevin and Co.
Made possible by the RNZ/NZ On Air Innovation Fund.
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The Citizen’s Handbook is a ten-part Video and Podcast comedy series and civics class for all New Zealanders created by the award-winning team behind the popular satirical web show White Man Behind A Desk.

The series covers five topics: history, politics, law, economics, and international relations.  In writing and producing the series, the creators (Robbie Nicol and Finnius Teppett) have teamed up with relevant experts and a writers’ room built on a partnership between Māori and Pākehā to ensure that all information is culturally and historically accurate.

Using thorough research and sharp comedy, The Citizen’s Handbook empowers its audience with the knowledge of how this country came to be, how it currently works, and how we can face the challenges that lie ahead.

The Citizen’s Handbook puts the focus onto the actions of people, and by highlighting the power of human action in creating the present, we’re demonstrating that your actions can have a powerful impact on the future.

It’s also really funny.

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Produced for RNZ by Kevin and Co.
Made possible by the RNZ/NZ On Air Innovation Fund. view all
 


 
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The Citizen’s Handbook is a ten-part Video and Podcast comedy series and civics class for all New Zealanders created by the award-winning team behind the popular satirical web show White Man Behind A Desk.

The series covers five topics: history, politics, law, economics, and international relations.  In writing and producing the series, the creators (Robbie Nicol and Finnius Teppett) have teamed up with relevant experts and a writers’ room built on a partnership between Māori and Pākehā to ensure that all information is culturally and historically accurate.

Using thorough research and sharp comedy, The Citizen’s Handbook empowers its audience with the knowledge of how this country came to be, how it currently works, and how we can face the challenges that lie ahead.

The Citizen’s Handbook puts the focus onto the actions of people, and by highlighting the power of human action in creating the present, we’re demonstrating that your actions can have a powerful impact on the future.

It’s also really funny.

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Produced for RNZ by Kevin and Co.
Made possible by the RNZ/NZ On Air Innovation Fund.