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This investigative radio documentary asks what is being done to clean up New Zealand's lakes and rivers and it is being done fast enough?
Water quality is tipped to become a big issue in the lead up to this year's general election.
Australians are referendum reluctant. Only eight out of forty-four constitutional referendums have succeeded.
In Switzerland the population votes four times year, on about ten different direct democracy initiatives.
New Zealand referenda are not as regular but this week our kiwi cousins are voting...
Education, health and the economy are the three big issues in any election.
But how well do the political parties' policies address the key problems in those sectors, and how effective will they be in resolving disparities between the haves and the have-nots?...
Overview: The Prime Minister, John Key’s recent trip to New York was focused on lobbying permanent ambassadors at the United Nations to support New Zealand's bid for a non-permanent seat on the Security Council in 2015. New Zealand has been selling itself as a...
With the military back from Afghanistan, New Zealand's latest combat mission is over, so is it now time to consider whether New Zealand still needs the same kind of Defence Force?
The Defence Force has turned its attention to issues closer to home: assistance...
New Zealand has set ambitious new targets for its trade relationship with China.
But is this achievable given the fallout from last year's Fonterra botulism scare?
The dairy cooperative is adamant there's been no residual damage to this nation’s brand, but other dairy...
As more and more refugees arrive in Australian waters by boat, Rear Vision takes a look at the history of Australia's policies on asylum seekers, from the first boatload of Vietnamese back in 1976 through to today.
First broadcast 7/4/2010
Is the National-led government's desire to step away from state housing just ideological, or will it work and give the thousands of people on housing waiting lists a place to call home?
As the government moves to sell off more than twenty thousand state...
Economist Dr Chris Wilkins leads Massey University's illegal drug research team. He recently wrote a New Zealand Medical Journal editorial promoting the idea of using registered clubs to regulate recreational cannabis use. In this interview with Wallace Chapman on Radio New Zealand's Sunday Morning he...