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.
Greg treadwell talks to IT and amateur radio expert Charles graves about the impact of the recent Waiheke internet outage, andhow to ensure there is system robust enough to deal with future outages or disasters. https://www.facebook.com/groups/wiesag/
Mark and Charlie return, along with guest Michael Maahs from the Waiheke Resources Trust, to share and discuss initiatives to enhance and recover Earth’s environment.
Chris Walker talks to local board chair Cath Handley about the budget setting process for the local board for the 2019/2020 year. Participate in the online consultation here.
Chris Walker and Alan Knight talk about the inaugural Waiheke Island Chili Sauce Fest taking place at Wild on Waiheke on Sunday April 7. Chili Sauce Fest entry form
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/
Greg Treadwell talks to Caroline Forsyth from Sculpture On The Gulf
Chris Walker talks to Mary Frankham, the newly appointed project director of Te Korowai O Waiheke: Towards Predator Free Waoheke
Greg Treadwell talks to Karen Saunders from Waiheke Native Bird Rescue