Breakfast with George & Andrew 6-10am

Items filtered by date: Monday, 13 March 2017

Expensive Veges

Prices for fruit and vegetables, and dairy products are up. Carrots, a staple food in everyone's fridge has even hit a record high, the largest increase since December 2011. This is particularly concerning for low income households that are already struggling to feed their families healthy food. Daryl Evans CEO of Mangere Budgeting Services.


Cycling Northland

The last, and arguably the best, section of Northland's Twin Coast Cycle Trail will be officially opened on March 18. The 84-kilometre trail, from Opua in the Bay of Islands to South Hokianga, follows disused railway corridors for much of the route and is the only Northland trail in former Prime Minister John Key's network of 22 trails around the country. Luke talked with Far North Mayor John Carter.


Conserving Water

Raveen Jaduram Chief exec of Watercare Services Ltd talked with Luke about the need to conserve water.


The Giant Poppy

In 2015 the world's largest poppy was created from thousands of heartfelt messages on metal poppy discs in the Auckland Domain, The Giant Poppy Art Installation is now going to rest on the soil of France, Luke talked with creator Tony McNeight.


Humanitarian Crisis

The humanitarian crisis in South Sudan is getting worse with renewed conflict since July last year. Women and children are facing risks of violence, displacement, hunger and life-threatening diseases. Luke talked with Unicef Communications Director Lachlan Forsyth.

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