Chris Walker talks to Kirsten Simmons about the return of WaiTalks, an evening of people speaking on a theme. The event returns on July 5, after a hiatus of a couple of years, on the theme of education. www.waitalks.com
Greg Treadwell talks to John Meeuwsen, chair of the Hauraki Gulf Forum about their proposal to dramatically increase the percentage of the Hauraki Gulf in reserves.
Greg Treadwell talks to Gary Wilton, recipient of an Outdoor Access Champion award for his work on Waiheke’s track and walkway network.
Jordyn, Luna, Tyler, and Brent discuss the ongoing student strikes for climate action. Kids These Days is a segment of the WHY Radio show produced by students of Waiheke High School. Image Src: https://www.flickr.com/photos/takver/46114359481 CC-By-SA
Chris Walker talks to Paul Knighton, Waiheke High School assistant principle and branch chair of the WHS PPTA, about the upcoming national teachers strike.
Chris Walker talks to Dan Harrop, one of the people behind a crowdfunding campaign to purchase the Chris Bailey sculpture Te Werowero for permanent installation at Matiatia https://givealittle.co.nz/cause/te-werowero-sculpture-purchase
Chris Walker talks to Sergeant Martin Felton from Waiheke police about a call for victim support volunteers on the island
Brent Simpson talks to Jeff Parke who wants to introduce the game of Pickleball to the island
Brent Simpson talks to Beatle Treadwell & Jane Scarles from Sister Shout about their upcoming show
Brent Simpson talks about a new radio show about to be launched that will be presented by students of Waiheke High School