Wellington Mornings with Heather du Plessis-Allan
9a.m. - 12p.m. weekdays
Wellingtonians now have the chance to discuss the issues of the day one-on-one with Heather du Plessis-Allan and have a forum to share their ideas, passions and outrages on a daily basis.
Heather du Plessis-Allan
Heather is an experienced journalist who has been working in Wellington for various print and broadcast media outlets for many years.
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Cafes wrong to kick out upset kids - parenting expert
A Napier cafe has been criticised for kicking out a family over their angry child. A local mother told TVNZ she felt like a bad parent after being asked to leave...
Adrian Hornsby: Easter treats
Adrian Hornsby from Blue Carrot Catering shares the recipes for two Easter treats.
Govt right to not pay ransoms - law expert
Waikato University law professor Al Gillespie says it sets a dangerous precedent.
Julian Assange will be extradited - law expert
Waikato University's Al Gillespie says the English will give the WikiLeaks co-founder up to the US.
Should Israel Folau be fired?
Radio Sport's rugby editor Nigel Yalden weighs in on Israel Folau's social media comments.
Huge opposition to Khandallah alcohol store
More than 500 submissions have been made against the proposal.
Former Methodist minister pro-euthanasia
Dave Mullan is a supporter of the End of Life Choice bill
Should you take a celebrity's photo without asking?
It comes after a sneaky snap of Harrison Ford on a plane was taken.
Harsher penalties needed for drivers on phones - AA
AA spokesperson says it's not just texting and driving that's a concern.
Hataitai could become Whātaitai
The Wellington suburb was misspelled and a name change may be on the cards.
How often do you wash your duvet inner?
Heather du Plessis-Allan puts all your cleaning questions to a dry cleaner.
Sol3 Mio's Moses Mackay excited for Wellington concert
Heather du Plessis-Allan caught up with one third of the trio, Moses Mackay.
RSA member receives death threat over Muslim prayer plan
Intense backlash, including a death threat, has greeted the suggestion to include a Muslim prayer in an Anzac Day dawn service. The Returned and Services Association...
Jarrod Gilbert: Police raids on gangs too much power
The gang expert weighs in on whether police should have more power to raid gang premises for illegal firearms.
Tilly Lloyd: 'A Mistake' by Carl Shuker
Tilly Lloyd from Unity Books reviews 'A Mistake' by Carl Shuker
Karen Nimmo and her book 'Busy as F*ck'
Clinical psychologist Karen Nimmo chats to Heather du Plessis-Allan about her new book.
Black Doris plum cake
Blue Carrot Catering's Adrian Hornsby shares his recipe for a delicious cake.
Where can you scatter ashes?
Auckland iwi don't want them scattered in waterways.
Call of the week: Marie and the ground cricket flour
Our call of week goes to Marie, who had a bit of a run in with some ground cricket flour.
Brothel bylaw to be reviewed in Upper Hutt
The bylaw restricts and prohibits where brothels can operate.
CubaDupa: We must keep people safe
The festival is facing backlash for bringing events indoors.
Kiwis shocked to learn pounds can rehome dogs after seven days
Rules around what pounds and what they can do with your pets have come under the spotlight. Under Christchurch City Council rules, dogs that are unclaimed after...
Book review: Automating Inequality by Professor Virginia Eubanks
Marcus Greville reviews Automating Inequality: How High-Tech Tools Profile, Police, & Punish the Poor.
Gang wants Muslim community to feel "safe, secure"
Stormtrooper gang member Kernal Klink says he wants to show his support for the Muslim community.
Homegrown to celebrate being Kiwi and inclusive
The Wellington festival is going ahead this weekend and will mark the shooting in Christchurch.