Te Radar takes us to New Zealand’s southern waters on Gareth Morgan’s “Our Far South” journey to the bottom of the world along with fifty everyday New Zealanders who are on board to discover the importance of Antarctica, the Sub-Antarctic islands and the Southern Ocean. Grab a book or bear from the Our Far South […]
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The Cats the To Go campaign has touched people in many countries around the world. In particular it has sparked massive debate in Australia, where the Australian Geographic has covered it (http://www.australiangeographic.com.au/journal/natural-born-killers-the-problem-with-cats.htm ) and now SBS’s Insight program has featured an open debate for an hour on the topic of cat control and the effect […]
Last night Close Up did a spot on Edric Baker’s incredible work amongst the poor and infirm of Bangladesh. His hospital, providing care for the poor by the poor is unique and has stood the test of time – 33 years he’s been at it. Now our challenge is to organize his succession but also […]
I wanted to share a couple of videos that were made for us by some great Kiwi kids. Lime Hills school was one of two Southland schools that performed at the send-off for the Our Far South voyage at the Invercargill Museum in February, the day we all set sail for Antarctica. This is the […]
By now the cat is out of the bag, so to speak, about the fact that I’d love to see Stewart Island predator-free. If we actually achieved this mighty goal Stewart Island would be the first human-inhabited island to be made predator-free in NZ and possibly the world. The other day I had the opportunity […]
One thing Jo and I learnt when we went over to the Solomon Islands with UNICEF, was that there’s a massive issue with the registration of births. In short, if a child doesn’t have a birth certificate it does not exist. This affects the government’s ability to plan successful education and immunisation programs, it increase […]
Last Sunday Russel Norman and I were on Q&A and were talking about the Green Parties economic policy. Here is the video below if you missed it. What did you think about the interview? Is it possible for us to be for the environment and the economy at the same time?
With the start of the annual meeting of the International Whaling Commission, it is timely to revisit the issue of whaling and New Zealand’s recent attempt at a compromise position.
Video Transcript Interviewer: Gareth, the government’s budget is coming up on 24th May and they’ve said it will be their second consecutive budget with no new spending. Is there an argument in times like this for the government to actually be spending more, not less?
Gareth Morgan, Director of Gareth Morgan Investment, and Bernard Hickey, Editor at interest.co.nz Comments available at interest.co.nz Video Transcript: Bernard: Hello, I’m Bernard Hickey from interest.co.nz, and welcome to another in our series of Double Shot Interviews. Today I’m talking with Gareth Morgan, of Gareth Morgan Investments, who’s just spoken here, in Parliament, to the Productive Economy Session […]