The South Today bulletin: Monday, September 20
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Nation-wide shut downs for Covid 19 have affected all sectors of the country. South Island Iwi, Ngai Tahu have been hit hard both as an organisation, and as tangata whenua. We continue our two interview series with Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu, Chief Executive Arihia Bennett, as she talks via zoom , about how people who whakapapa to Ngai Tahu are coping with Covid 19.
The South Today bulletin: Friday, September 17
A deeply concerning precedent has been set by the new security alliance between Australia, the United States and the United Kingdom, a University of Otago international affairs specialist says.
The South Today Thursday, 16 September
With competitive football returning this weekend after a Covid lockdown, Football Chat is back.
Feuding royals, giant robot cricketers and dungeon-crawlers.
The South Today bulletin: Wednesday, September 15
A prominent music industry figure has called on the Dunedin City Council to step up to ensure the city’s live music scene continues, following the closure of Starters Bar yesterday.
Ngai Tahu Holdings Chief executive Mike Pohio talks via zoom about how the organisation's companies are handling Covid 19.
The latest New Zealand Consumer Lifestyles Report has been released by Otago's Consumer Research Group. More than 1600 people were surveyed about their spending habits during last year's lockdown. Associate Professor Leah Watkins talks facts and figures.
The South Today bulletin: Tuesday, September 14
One of the last scarfie watering holes and bastions of live music in Dunedin has closed without fuss or fanfare.
Dunedin, the albatross has landed.
One of the last remaining scarfie watering holes is now gone.
The South Today bulletin: Monday, September 13
September 10th is World Suicide Prevention Day, a day on which people bereaved by suicide and supporters campaign to save others from the grief they know too well.
Twenty years ago today, al Qaeda terrorists hijacked four jets. flew two into New York’s twin towers, one into the Pentagon and the fourth crashed in Pennsylvania, killing nearly 3000 people. Reporter John Lewis speaks to three Dunedin residents about the impacts of that devastating day.
The South Today Friday, 10 September 2021