Chris Walker talks to Terry Coe, Auckland Council Waste Enterprise and Refuse Manager, about upcoming changes to the island’s rubbish and recycling services.
Chris Walker talks to Jeremy O’Hanlon from Clean Island about the 10 Ton Project – an initiative aimed at reducing the amount of reusable construction waste going to landfill. https://www.cleanisland.co.nz/
John Stansfield joined Greg Treadwell on Island Life to discuss community management of waste. Photo credit: RNZ
David Basham talked to Glenda Andrew Neil, community wate educator
Dorte Wray from the Waiheke Resource Trust talks about the upcoming sustainability fair and consultation on Auckland Council’s waste strategy Download podcast (right click, save as)
Island Life is our weekly magazine show focusing on Waiheke people, events and issues. On Sat 9 July Emma Bowyer-Warner talked to Rhiannon from Waiheke library, Dorte Wray from the Waiheke Waste Resource Trust, Gary Wilton from Auckland Council, Andy Spence from the Waiheke Choral Society, Joan from the Derby and Joan sports show and […]
Island Life is our weekly magazine show focusing on Waiheke people events and issues. Island Life is sponsored by Island, stockist of Waiheke’s largest range of local craft, clothing and giftware. On Saturday 6 Feb 2010 Chris Walker talked to: Rebecca Armstrong from Waiheke Coastguard, Lisa Smith from Piritahi Hau Ora, Opinionated Islanders Alan Knight […]
Island Life is our weekly magazine show focusing on Waiheke people, events and issues. It’s brought to you by Island Design every Sat from 10am – 12 noon. On Sat 11 July Shirin Brown Talked to: Brazillian party organiser Isadora; Rien Acterberg from One Waiheke; Rema Jenkin, about Playback Theatre and; Steve the Butcher. Download […]
Island Life is our weekly magazine show focusing on Waiheke people, events and issues. On July 4 Chris Walker talked to: Denise Roche – Gulf Islands Councillor; Opinionated Islanders Alan Knight and Mark James; Di Stoddard from Waiheke Library Download podcast (right click, save as)
Listen to the waste protest as we walk up Queen Street – comments, drumming, singing. The Sue Connor discusses the desired outcome of the meeting, we listen to the Waiheke submissions and questions from councillors. Sue finishes with comments on the debate. How many Waiheke voices do you recognise? Download this podcast.