Greg Treadwell talks to Thomas about medical cannabis law reform
Greg Treadwell joins Chris Walker on Island Life to discuss the future of the Waiheke Marketplace and the state of community newspapers in New Zealand. Photo: Niall Anderson
Opinionated Islanders Alan Knight & Rob Meredith join Chris Walker on Island Life on 7 April 2018 to discuss the Waiheke Marketplace, the local board chair role, and race relations complaints about a Waiheke facebook post.
Greg Treadwell talks to Paora Joseph (pictured) & Paora Toi Te Rangiuaia from Piritahi Marae about the proposed Kennedy Point marina, Tiriti o Waitangi, turangawaewae and tangata whenua. Photo credit: RNZ
Jon Armistead talks to Kathryn Ngapo about the Sunkissed Save Kennedy Point Picnic
Jon Armistead plays an interview with Sarah Kember about the impact of the big storm on the Onetangi dune restoration project and he talks to the organiser of the Arts and Innovation Festival, Joe McCracken
A brief interview with Sarah Kember on Onetangi Beach. This was recorded the day after a large storm hit the island on 05/01/2018. The storm brough strong winds combined with extremely high tides and wrought havoc on coastal areas around the island.
Greg Treadwell looks back over 2017 with Local Board chair Paul Walden, he touches on recent Education Review office criticisms of Waiheke Primary School, and he talks about the pressures on island infrastructure with Susi Newbrn
Jon Armistead talk to Sherryn El-Bakary from Waiheke Rotary about the defibrillators that have been installed across the island, Paul Walden from the Local Board dropped in to talk about this year’s revamped community Christmas event, and he talked with Fullers CEO Mike Horne about a locals priority boarding trial
Chris Walker talks to Denise Roche post the 2017 election which saw her lose her seat in Parliamenrt after a huge drop in support for the Green Party. She reflects on the election and her time in Parliament. Photo credit: Stuff