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"tauranga" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail
"When he does talk about being since he hit his cancer diagnosis that he sees himself in the third person a lot more since. He hit his cancer diagnosis. He's he described sitting in the room. Watching himself listened to lessen to the same. I mean it's it's an interesting story. I'll say that. But i think it's clear that he made the decision after after that consequence of that meeting arm. Saudi is to tom with immediate of it off. Seamer stop got to consider commissions. It's pretty traumatic. Not for me to quit. It is pretty. you're not wanting. Did he quit but he quit in that. The council needs a commission to it. Which effectively cleans out. The council doesn't counsellors they lose any power that they paid to lose essentially. They said okay. What he thought should happen this creek but before him as well. It's important to mention that the youngest councillor yet carry aubrey Also resigned and the same thing. This is the second casualty office council when it will be a big one other enough you cannot send us but do you think that was the right decision by teen be pal. I don't think i can answer that. I mean he made his decision and he's given his reasons for making it. I think time will tell if it was the right one. One of his big election draw qods was his ability to form partnerships with other councils. He's quite. he was quite aware of the financial difficulty that on is in and had cooled emergency meetings even with journalists trying to explain that as well saying the date income ceiling rates. They've got a two billion black hole in the budget for the long term plan and these legacy of decisions that have been made to leave the right size of dos circumstance. I his big feta's was the mural tassels timelessness and Fixing of the barrow track which is going around. Mount mangano which unbelievably here was closed for a very long time it certainly was and some of the solution solutions that what being suggested were costing huge amount of money so he was able to make shows with a we and get the job done. I mean he probably the first that he's made a few errors in the white. He managed things too. Much like businessman's yeah think these boardroom. And his council chambers and different places us down with a business to get stop done local government on glacial on the foot of it would have. I am once slowing things down. This is such a prosperous such. It's it's thriving. It's a beautiful city has got a very very successful port. How come it's got to this i. It's a question. I ask myself a law. I mean new to title. I came here about three years ago. When people say what's what do you like most about tight on the answers the beach and i find that an interesting answer because you sort of look around the cb day in a shop sends straits and no parking and and just a lack of activities for people to do you know it seems like something. Something didn't happen. There was a point. Win would jump forward and it is doing that now but it probably could go fifteen years ago twenty years ago. I'm not sure what it is. I love to find out one of those. That i keep looking. You know you look at the mouth. The nets well-developed. But the is almost a ghost town. I las kelly was almost two hundred thousand. D shopfronts yeah. They tried to revitalize it now but it seems like there was a lot of delay. And so what now because you so now with non naima hooters use options. What is she looking at the options that i believe are available To hear to. She made intention to notify parliament. They was potential problem. Untarred on And that there are options would be to appoint to crown observer. Crab manager assist the council and they long-term planning and have. I do have the ability to override decisions if if that's needed bay Otherwise you could appoint a commission which would result and all of them going Or she can do nothing and see if the council can sort it out through the prices of a by-election and to appoint a new mia the current. Deputy mayor's tatum salisbury. She's in newly leaked this tomb and she'll be taking up the rangers as mayor. I believe but essentially now we have a situation we've got nine councillors and really didn't even so. I'm not sure what this means from your on out the feeling and the city what are people saying about this whole thing There's a degree of just face palm embarrassment from the right by here. I mean it is embarrassing to think of that early. Made his acting this way. Absolute childish behind you when you when you boil it down. And if i can drive that point i think these beyond that were quite personal. They were very personally tailored insults to susan. Mayne busy at that went beyond. Just someone saying it is useless or this guy's a clown and some of them. They were using religious beliefs against the people to try and convince them to vote on dvd. Ugly it's the type of stuff you'd say to school yet. And i think people at the right size and the people. I've spoken to say. Well this is just an embarrassment At this point. And i feel as if the support for commissioners yet i t headed supporters. He also headed people did not like him. That's fair enough. But i think the council was always proven. That hasn't lived up to what it spice to do. Something needs to change. I think next year something has to change. What is it. that's probably at. The medicine is hands now set for today. I'm sharon brick kelly. The detail is brought to you by newsroom. 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"tauranga" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail
"Cooling. That was going on this. That's not related to the election campaign self subsequently subsequently so the nasty takes came out of an official local government official information and meetings request laguardia recite we establish of the deputy mia position and this is where the fractured elements. I think start to come through in total. The deputy mayor larry bulldog was being a seat to telling people to shut up. He was yelling abuse at staff. Shutting meeting debates and all the rest of it so the group of six councillors together aimed wrote a later rate coalition which enabled them to essentially remove him from the deputy mirrow position and shane's own stories. Reveal the disharmony in the release ticks and emails that lead to the co by six councilors. Who called themselves the six. The group wanted in quotes more democracy list. Bulldog chrissy referring to the deputy near larry bulldog shang report that the six plan to vote in one of their own team to deputy to combat municipales. Go it alone mentality. They failed of the fosbury. Say okay so matter of months ago yes ineffectively. It was aku. Yeah that's that's what it was. Labeled as it was labeled as a coup these no recourse to remove a mere and i think that probably would have been taken but they was decision to remove the deep deep and it was during this time that the alarm bells were ringing. Fool myself and other reporters in the area too and that's with the liguori relates was put in a very strange one. The funding on us to take fenris takes messages eight miles of all of these counselors connection to the dpd merrill stash. When you cy strange one because it was going those messages for this right i mean the game is a very tricky and you have to tailor them a decision way on this particularly going. I was made aware. I was interviewing councils across the place and we don't play favorites with people's are we going. Everyone was one speed and then revealed people people spineless cowards at references judas at revealed that there was a discussion about i tried to remove be from his position in at a much more deeper understanding that there was a discussion about the sort of plot to to get rid of the day at this way. Leist with charles colleagues from making fun of the close people where it's down to that pt level. And it really. I think as well as the chargers nature of the why some of these councils we behaving differently showed that the was at massive fracturing between the two groups of council and independent observer team lead by local government expert. Peter window was called an and issued a pretty damning report. Shane was at the meeting. When the report was tabled and councillors voted to request a crown managed be appointed. He's a sample of counselors reactions. That day attorney. What i'm Had here and it's it's it's court longs is probably one of the toughest decisions that have had the might bring a crown manager into the city. I think there's a week and in my opinion calendar decision is unlikely to solve the so-called problem. I lost any hope a long time ago that this teams could sort things out on their own. There's sometimes a complete lack of self awareness in gone going. Patterns of destructive politicking that is rendering it increasingly impossible for anyone to function effectively. It was quite a surreal time sitting in the back. That i mean we you sit there and try and be impartial. But it was quite challenging. I mean essentially the report was titled and some of the counselors decided to discuss the placement of commas and the choices. One of the big things was that reported counselors whereas they want to society counselors and mia Or elected members and the report writer was slave with win. Thrice counselors use it. It means both and but this. This sort of back and forth happened for quite some time but ironically one of the main findings star to meet you too early. It was that there was a lack of self awareness. A glaring lack of self awareness from the council is an elected me about the issues that were causing and there was discussion about a lot of. It's the fault it's all the fault you know we can get along. If this person wasn't here we will get along. This didn't happen and a lack of self awareness of your involvement in that process and that was just exhibited to the public by the behavior. I mean the report was Get lost in detail. Lost the minutia that strategically thinking here. We are discussing comas at a point win. The report says very clearly. This is an extraordinary move to appoint a crown observer. It's not it's not something. We should take lightly here and yet. It was a degree of flabbergasted faces. Yeah another thing that In one of the other stories. And i don't know where this fits in the whole time line of things was the shocking scenario. I suppose when the mayor. Tim be pal he was actually at a meeting. And he got ticks from his doctor to say that he had prostate cancer and at the very time that he was reading this text. Someone at the meeting was talking about ticks me such as saying. Ideally we will apply enough pressure so that this me and as this correct yes timber. He's been quite open with his cancer diagnosis and he discussed this after the mating and at the time i believe he was. He was resolved to stick it through the knowlton. Resign that that meeting was about At cardiff conduct. Complaint against the former. Deputy mayor larry bulldog and as part of that some of these messages that list. What was reading out. Some of the messages revealed in the laguna which was talking about. We need to get rid of the mayor we need to. Could you imagine spending time with this. Next two years with us person acceder and then they get from his doctor saying he's got a cancer diagnosis at the site. On account have been an easy time for anyone to to sit through that while hearing about people wanting gone as she say he was going to stick it out. So at what point did he. She made a decision. I i'm i'm quitting. I spoke to. I interviewed him on this point. And i think cut some one of my articles that he made a decision. As the council's we're discussing the calm replacement and the the complex. But i agree with the report writer about the findings of of the report and to making critical suggestions. I think the after the meeting. He informed me that he was sick to resign. He he definitely looked gone. She could see him in the room. Yeah he did not look has us yourself and afterwards it came out that he he made the decision he just say. These nurses alpha winner Self-awareness is in the. This isn't gonna work Time to choose a lot which unelectable and after this meeting i can. Now please say. The crown manager is not enough governments. Our regional partners at long-suffering easily populace and the community have seen the beginning of the slow-motion train crash.
"tauranga" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail
"The detail trouble and al fastest growing city. Toda has mia has resigned with immediate effect in a fiery speech to counsel as members of the public. The news apps die of courses that the may attend. Be powell has resigned. After ongoing dysfunction and conflict at the council towed onless city council is are adamant people can still trust them despite recently released. Communications engaging bullying aimed toxicity hype. History will shy that november twenty twenty. The dna of incompetence among tcc victims was recognized and cauterize and with the mayor of on. Tim be pal. Quit ending a tubular year of nasty and fighting joe's chicken pools to a small group of partitions. You have long entering or even this ugly. It's the type of stuff you'd say to school yard. They it's journalist met chained. He's written that. It's like a high school drama pinned by shakespeare with name calling and specs between clicks and a plot aalst deputy mayor and a coup old played out in public as the council grapples with two billion dollars fiscal hall and mistakes. That have cost it. Teens of millions of dollars. We've lost the mayor tarnished losses deputy mayor before and then we lost the youngest councillor gone. And now they're by calling for commissions to be appointed to the dysfunction within the council. Shane is the waikato times reporter. Who has been covering the council. Since he moved to the city about three years ago the council was a source of mainly stories. So when you first start of covering on the city council hello go. Was there because it before. The election year will as soon as i arrived to report your council chambers quite a bit and was for the try neom and the elections leading onto the to the current one. Now well okay so you familiar with those council meetings and very familiar with what's been going on and entitled obviously involved with a new group of counselors since they were didn't so what was it like when you started covering the council and going along the masons fish covering council there was a lot of delay was probably how i would i would pick it up on. There were several agenda items. It just seemed to continue. Come up again and again and again we writing about projects that have been bungled. You're writing about budget blowouts. You're writing about bella. Homes is one of the stand that one's town housing development. The bella vista company went into liquidation into simba. Leaving about thirty houses on finished on march ninth. Eating families were forced to evacuate with only twenty four hours notice amid fears. That cyclone oiler could do serious damage to their homes. Twenty-one houses were condemned in the new development with forced out because of faulty construction the comet sort of its name. It's used as adjective to council behavior and this is another bella vista. This is a realist decision. Like you know what happened. There as speeches council hidden fulfilled. Its job needs pictures and headed restored houses. They win safe. The subsequent independent report pointed the finger at the total city council saying it had filed in its inspections and had issued codes of compliance. In era the council eventually bought the properties and settled with the homeowners. Costa right a lot of money and then the whole thing started to stable that from the right and so. Did you get a seats of why this was happening because as we know. This is the country's fifth-largest city the fastest growing such a was related to growing pains looking at the recent reports this. That's what's being put forward. As the reasons the they were quite a lot of sell stitching. I guess from a new chief executive mighty greenfield who came in and there was a lot of reports written about these decisions so it was kind of an interesting time win new report speculation about these ears in london and trying to recognize the cultural problem within the council that needed to be addressed. The charging chief executive is from gary pulled to mighty greenville and then there was a big change of the executive team that was laid by monte greenfell as well and then the election happen so i think there was a there was at least some arenas the that there was problems from the incumbent from the coming chief executive and they're still trying to fix it. Okay said come. Election time uptight between nine and ten powell stains and he gets written but he comes in with what a lot of existing counselors reelected. That's correct so. I think the the election was very interesting to cover. I mean i think people forget how interesting they can be. Sometimes so we had tim pell coming in as the the the face of change that was sort of the line he was promoted to vote was he was going to be different. He was going to sort things out and and make the changes tar needed. He was mainly running against the incumbent. Me a great brownless. It was quite a heated local election about running with them was civil council as civil council is also writing for the miracle tape position as well. So we're in a situation here. Where the mural t was one by team powell by by quite a good margin. Have we've a multiple counselors that currently counselors were also in the mirror. T rice as well. That was recognized. In one of the most recent polls the rights to the mural t never ended ten pal as an very interesting character isn't hey and i as pose. I was surprised that he stood for mayor of toronto. Because i thought he was this high flying businessman. Based in auckland with his family he had a military career and then he comes to on the to be the mir but was he already established here. No he sort of came out. The signing was running on his highly was actually a scooter about believe it's in india. I don't wanna get that wrong indian motorcycle. He said that rates from tidal her and he wanted to give back to the city and that was his reasons for coming in standing in and there were other people in the next. I think at one point dame students devoid was looking at running for the mayoralty as well. It was just a very interesting time for tired day. Okay so he comes in as the mayor and with things fractious from the beginning. I think yes. It was very clear that he did not like the decisions that the council had made in the past and it had made reference. I believe it several of the appearances. That mayoralty appearances that there were problems in shaded them with some counselors in bay on the council for a long time he was. He was talking very clear to rate line. Which was quite combative. I think would be the way to say it behind the scenes. It was very. I will say that. So behind the scenes of this election campaign. Myself what i believe. The journalists were getting a lot of muckraking going on. There was lots of phone calls from people who tried to point personal flaws. Out of certain candidates. There was a lot of stuff. That's completely irrelevant to elation campaign in a very nasty things about people behind the scenes which i think studios now it was. It was something you don't really say and it's kind of interesting because this report and to the council of independent report actually talks about the angry ticks and the nasty name.
"tauranga" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast
"If you'd like to support us an otherwise, you can share this episode on social media subscribe to us on Apple podcasts or spotify, or just reach out and let us know your thoughts on this or anything else or I have. Let's get back to our conversation with medical. I say was wondering as you are writing. It sounds like you very much. Had A dual raiders ship in mind so Modi and also people through the rest of the world. Did you find yourself? Code switching somewhat as you were riding, or did you find that it all just flowed? And then it was more the editing process when you went back over things and kind of took another look. I'm not sure. Thought about it. I. Think possibly it had more of a fluid. Flowing. Counter prices I was. Initially I was. My audience has just writing for myself so I didn't have any audience. MONDEX's it myself. ASSATA CHEERING! It's on facebook Pixel page. And receive so much interaction with end was kind of encouraged by that to or a little more of each league created a separate page. which quickly filled up with members and I've feeling overwhelmed by it. But, but nevertheless kept writing and I was very very interested in who was responding in way they were coming from. So while the majority of New Zealanders seal of them were not Mardi, in several of them came from sort began to realize that the audience for this. Was People that I went even familiar with, but because the conversations were happening on facebook. I was able to experience the. This is this was in the days win? FACEBOOK didn't limit the rich soya's getting a huge amount of interaction. Will every insight? You don't get that now. They want you to pay for it and boosted but. But I'm glad that I put it out the the suspect in two thousand and thirteen. Sorry became aware that there were different audiences in thatched their understanding of the insights. Needed to behind that the way I was watching as an insider. Maybe be needed to look a little wider and make sure that. Communication of considerable idea was being received the way that I hit it, too, but allowing for enough space for people to. A CHALLENGE! To discuss it to come up with your own ideas around it and was in a way, the knowledge stations that were held in my great grandfather's era with some of that discussion happen saws. invigorated. The kind of interaction, so when I got to the bulk I did have to rewrite all of the insights that I had originally written. To Take into account that the ordinance was going to Bait International. But at the same time I left civil rights all through the book for my Mahdi audience were connected to the cultural. Cultural, knowing gas and that they would see the deep. Into nuances that were in the ranching as well that they would see a little more. They would say that I had honored. The fact that I knew though we're gonNA read. It was like inside a messages to them as well. And I wanted to make sure that the book saved the justice well a anyone else. I had this little fries and a beck of my heat. Don't dumb it down. And so there was quite a challenge to right away that catered to buy, but it was fluid, and the saints it I right. I didn't have to go either either. Many times to make sure the secundo audience was photos writing with Bison mind all the way through, but I did have to refine and high nuts. End As we mentioned before pets before we're in conversation, some of What you ride Abou-. Really sort of. I guess some. Images of a mindfulness, practice or yoga loss of and I'd like to break extract from the book. In a state of great nothingness, these infinite emptiness knowing is anticipated. In a state of Tapu the on vegtable darkness, knowing is conceived in. On in a state of our modern, the bright lights of comprehension, knowing of his illness in one moment told her is closed in contemplation, mice, saints, nothing in the Knicks a whole, a small Beta Madrid silently by the toll home. It will suddenly raise your hand and block it from the air. Couple Widar I still closed and to me that really. Feels like amid thought mindfulness is was. I guess. You said it wasn't intentional. Describing a practice to you. It describes the practice of Tauranga and. For those of us? WHO. It is a metaphor. End I how you describing mindfulness think mind. Mindfulness isn't my area, my specialty. It sounds like it is. Ending to Diana's think I think that's exactly. The process saw used to write these insights. So it. Is before I think joyous decrease John took about the contemplation pondering and. Imagination those kinds of things we as Westerners. We use an IT people as well, Ron, we use the system of acquiring and building knowledge, which doesn't contain that spiritual that fluidity about although quite often this creativity. But I would pull the creative side to this mindfulness. That I think you're describing and that extract. It would in there I. Think without. That prices. I don't think these insights would have been written I think the book would have been written. Before an electorate read another hot as well latest on Moscow sales, and let go out fantasies been we're open to accept other fantasies whether or not we cast in the role of hero. Who Are we? We're not laden. When we find the answer heads. We will decide against South Back into the grid to Tanta Infinite Rate. That can eat us all to us all. And yet you went into. Catha. May that really struck a parallel with this idea of when we have all of these preconceived ideas about ourselves, and about who we should be in what we should be doing in the world, it actually takes us further away. From is opportunity to explore more deeply into who we truly are, and also our connection to all other living banks. Absolutely now to try, and this I think is the central theme of the book. It's about connectivity, so if we that that particular insight start Safari I correctly. With describing the material. Yes, a materialistic side impression that we fall under and modern society the expectations. That we clothe ourselves I guess and the expectations of society which means that we have to achieve certain things. We don't with ideas if we if we do successes, all of these things that humans. Like to do in order to be. In order to survive and some cases, but I wanted to strip all of that off. And talk about what was underneath. It and I know some of the scientists would probably like this when we talk about, we add dust particles. Assault. It's heating in that direction at signed that when we strip everything off, we are dust particles where the same as everything else connected to everything else where identical. And it's very minute form. This is what we are, and we don't have these layers of things that with put upon rows this precious that we put up Amazon outside the Christian dinners. Who are we and how are we connected to everything else and it cools to challenge at Kohl's for people to recognize. That they are connected that if you strip off all these things that we're all the same will of that same what I call the infinite three. Which obviously it's! came pay named that. We're oh convicted when you shake this for each..
"tauranga" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast
"And all of the six petit set inside the Malik System that underpins our culture, so these were the people who were charged with ensuring that that knowledge be passed through to the next generation, so they were, they were the spiritual moral intelligence compasses off the time. So they will while respected, they was selected very very carefully. Before the arrival of the `colonias colonialists the missives they use to transfer knowledge was via an oral system from the tornado to the student that demanded. Accuracy and entire of meant that entitled the careful selection of future knowledge, keep us to ensure the accuracy was upheld to the highest level. It was it was fictive system. At included things like medicinal. Navigational S, to Nanako, agricultural seasonal all sorts of knowledge that could be passed from generation to generation and build upon because Mullah devolves safely from one to the other in used in an appropriate manner. Any other thing Tauranga that featured on the way that tournus old knowledge was it wasn't just separately material knowledge or spiritual knowledge. They would vice. Transit Klay can make so one whiz came with the other one was impacted the other. So we're waster. Knowledge might have if you think even encyclopedia, you look up a subject and boom. There s you've got it. It's not the way that the to hunger sold knowledge, because not only was it date material knowledge around a subject matter, but head imbued with a spirit show elements as well. So it was ravined. It sounds like this is already one of those parallels that far thron noticed reading your book, because all obviously wasn't there. Thousands of years ago, and it was a different culture learning that had knowledge in wisdom was passed on. It was very much based on an experiential. Like. Someone couldn't just tell you this knowledge that gives you a little seed. You had to really sit with that and explore that yourself and really experienced on a deep level before you got the next little nuggets of knowledge to sit wins. Does that feel kind of? Like there's a bit of a parallel this. Oh absolutely I think you described it beautifully, actually end the only thing I would add an as is a certain amount of creativity when we're. Building Knowledge upon knowledge. We're expanding int- There's a certain amount of imagination creativity in contemplation that comes with it and I. my impression of what you see see is set. That sounds very similar. Bet really struck. Assign where you were rating. Beautiful speaking about creativity on one if you could tell us a little about your book, incident threads and how it came to bait. Actually. It was a very long process because I took. For! Set with it for us. I think it was a combination of two things. The first one is like I love writing I remember publishing face poem in one of the Sunday newspaper. Is it properly about seven or eight years old? And I've always written for my own sense of calmness and pleasure anyway. So naturally Amerada in right until the sky falls, and with no it whatsoever I just love it. The other thing was I was not as saying. As I grew older, the disconnections that were happening in my family, the negative impacts of colonization and realizing as I. Grew older and became more educated that that impact of colonization something it's experienced around the world, so that wasn't unique to my family, or even my tribe, or even to my country was something that was experienced everywhere in. It bothers me a lot. And, I see it about learning about it quite deeply, even even though my professional era is it and you think what is the connection between the tour? In my mind, it was a strong connection around. The mastery in the control of technology, not only the technology that you and I understand today, but the technology of the written word. And how they played out in the negative impacts of who controlled the knowledge. On my people and on others, so I was aware of this in my twenties, I came across my great grandfather's fifteen manuscripts that hit survived. They were being housed an allergist colonial museum on the country which is here in oak lunch. And as as young woman I learned that he was a well respected leader in Torna. He had been leading the knowledge. Through his lifetime. Amongst the northern tribes in the in the wider region up north, and been doing sophisticates, and he was instrumental in ensuring that traditional beliefs and stories were recorded. To counter the effects. Conversion to Christianity and the while the convictions were going on, they are. A whole lot of people around the country who for around one hundred years began to record the traditional knowledge. He was one of them. So the books, the books contain incantations. Can -tations chance accounts and narratives, expensive genealogies and a lot more. So these the spoke came into my site. And initially. I thought I've I have to have to just I. Know that the, but I can't touch them. I can't rate them. Exhaust pulled up to understand. Thank as a woman named inessa younger poisson that was out of bounds for me, but I didn't know they were defined them, and I did tell my older relations than I had discovered that was sitting in. To get a long story, short s the started to move by. I've realized that so my relations require up seat that these books were on this museum and why they were upset in the museum had been doing with them. That added binge being shared amongst academics and others, some had been stolen or lost, and yet the books were supposed to be secret so. While, it was very controversial. To be involved by the anals family politically aware had a very probably sound understanding about colonial history. and. I made some decisions in those decisions came to the point where. Two of my relations, we tend to the museums, and we remove thighs books from the care of the museum. It was Kinda. It was a little traumatic because they call the security gats. And, they were several coudn't intervene in provincials removing days Tristesse. But interestingly, we knew that we were on the right side of the law. That the museum had acquired them illegally basically, and and and it was interesting because museums around the world. Only just starting to acknowledge that that that they then holders of plunder there are holders of affects that have been stolen, accost out of the heads of their owners, and while I wasn't thinking that way. The day we walked into the Museum of realized. Now is a picture, right? And so it was important. For us for my white family, in for the Museum of South. To understand what this meat! But. That event was a catalyst and years followed. Gave more years. Before I found the courage to actually studied manuscripts. The manuscripts were uh are written in a very classical today, Madi language. So I also hit you to some leaning myself even saw. But I was holding back because I was waiting for somebody else to come along. Who would work with those folks in begin to share the? With, family, who are asking? To be told about what was inside the books in photos, things that I thought could be. She'd to have them. She Age so years went by. And I realized after a little while by one was coming, and I was noticing that disconnection in my family was getting with that as the years go by.
"tauranga" Discussed on Conversations
"This is an ABC podcast. MacDonald has been a care for wildlife for more than forty years. Peggy lives on a property at sort of barrel in New South Wales. And this is where she set up. Something called the higher ground. Rep to center. And I drive down to visit her. That that is to say. He has just started cooling in the last week. Sorry, walk down a trial through some bushland. And in the clearing, there were all these huge ivories. And we went inside the biggest of the which is massive and rounds, and it's about the size of a two story house. We sort of stood in the corner if that's possible to do in around ivory. And sitting apply on their purchase. With six or seven majestic wedge-tail Eagles and the Siegel. Must be over on the other side the young. Birds were recovering from injuries of some kind. A weird feeling being with them. Almost intimidating, it feels like standing in front of a full bench of the high. Court, if this kid. And then. While we were talking, there was this moment win. All the eagles just cock their heads and put the bigs up to the sky. What are they looking at? Now I can hear the other birds Sinai some wage thera is. Looking at the Wichita Eagle, circling in the sky above us. Soil regularly at Slot Hey we are. Beautiful and this is where these guys are heading towards. Over the years, piggy has released hundreds of these. These native birds of prey. Back into the wild, and she's traveled all over the world. To study how people care for the raptors in their countries. She's even had several internships at hospital for Falcons in ever Dhabi. After we left the every. She let me down to a table front garden. Where we talked. On occasionally, the Eagles Avery. Collapse each other. Hello. Pagan, thank you for having me highlight Richard and welcome. Tell me how bids end up in your care. Multiple Wise, but I've all Bain injured or perhaps often injuries stem from commonly motor-vehicle traumas. What's collision with the car? Yeah, usually fading by the roadside, and not having enough time to up and get out of the why of the cars passes by? They can be shot. They can be trapped. They can be poisoned. They kind of flowing into windows, and in the case of orphan birds often, it's a result of tree-felling anything that you could imagine so. How do you normally find out about the someone? Just say Oh. I have to sit this bird and and I'll be giving you a number. It can happen like that more commonly. The birds will come in through one of the different care organizations. They will also come from different vets that have heard about what's being built up here and. Would like to send a bird that they've been looking after down. He places like Tauranga and Western Plains Zoo. Sin Birds do drip. Being called out to get a bird given the union, you adore these these animals, and does it distress you dread does affiliate with dread the prospect of going to see? A badly injured bird. I think the dread that I'm filled with this. And this going to stand really selfish, but not that means I have to get up and down Jerry. Can Happen. Quite frequently I'd I of course I'm always sad to say something injured but Einar that, at least it's going to get the help that it needs and. The joy of saying they get released overwhelms everything else. This is an odd question, but they have their own distinct personalities H.. One of these birds they do. It's often. I find more spacey's related. The wedge tiles will react differently to the peregrine's. Who will react differently to say the swamp areas or the kestrels or the als, but within h spaces you definitely do have individual personalities and more so within the eagles threat, especially the wedge tiles. They really do seem to have individual personality sigh. A yes, it's not a strange question at all on. Yes, I, definitely do. Is there a bond of trust that develops between you and the injured bird? Absolutely I have no question of that. I I. I because I've been doing this for so long. I've just seen so many things happen. That have made me understand that these guys. Definitely they know what's going on. They know when they receiving the help that they need. I frequently may have tiled eagles in that have to have. Injections a couple of times a day or tablets three times a day. They might be in the intensive care unit which means I have to go in. I have to pick them up I have to. Sit them in between. My legs wrapped up in a tale. I have to hand feed them. And once you develop that Bond Thi- let you do it. I will sit there and let door as long as you're doing it correctly. They also seem to know when they don't need your help anymore and their attitudes will change. Start, calling more will start looking at more. Yes. We definitely form a bond a darn thing. You could do this if you didn't have that ability to just have I. Think it's a respect for each other on trying to project too much. Todd with such charismatic creatures as these when we were in that big circular every of yours. It felt like a show was being put on a little bit. What are we to them in your mind? Elite tiny little. Cheeky. They Majesty I mean I mean they seem to note how fabulous yeah? I might just projecting here. I think he'll probably project. But, then I wouldn't like to say that because official, because really who knows you you know you, you saw them in the ivory and new soil, you a privileged to say a fly, by and the majesty of that you had a wild wedge jeeter nop and come around as so often happens when people down there. It's I have no idea what day thinking about us. I I. I. Guess I could summarize that by saying when the birds are released. They have a wonderful habit often. Of. Going but then coming back down, quite lie, and just circling around and around, and around you and looking at you, you just. It's like a piecing intense nest. That's just you can't taught. My vets actually witnessed this, and so he's a big toll rugby player and I've seen him with TS in Surrey Jolly. True? It's like it's almost lock..
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"Residents where we stung with a twelve point. Six percent rates rise. The mayor says is essential because the fastest growing city in the country's fallen far behind on infrastructure spending the council's Policy Committee voted yesterday. Six to five for the increase which is still subject to public consultation. This rights and Chris. How did we get from you know? Two three percent per year to now. The council is proposing more than twelve percent. And good on them then today that we got there because of all the previous councils. That didn't st pop the rights up by an appropriate amount so every year or every time that these an election here people came pine on no rights. Reuters. I it's just a race to the bottom. They had ample time now sufficiency they should have seen it coming and I believe they did bat. I believe they were gutless. People vote for them. You know these people who say we put the right up Asia Wall. Why do toting people vote for this kind of reader? So I used to be the deputy editor at the local newspaper. In what part of my job was the leashes to the editor and you know the olden days vision of the comments section? And you know it was this real litmus teeth for how people with thinking and at one point we hid a new playground bang boat on the waterfront and it was going to include the hearing. Mccleary statues and there's amazing new playground. I just got all these leaders like just an undated with leaders from people but it is taking up some packing spaces some some people just I guess Don Appreciate Progress. Other other people genially. I think he'd begin begun to viewed the city as being for older people. And that's the way it was. And that's the way it should stay are just would sit there and look at these leaders and thank. What sort of Magic Hoosen the grudges. A community apply ground. But it's about this new wave of People who were who were either coming home like I have or they were moving here and bringing the families and Expecting more of a city but carry William sees not all people think this way. She hopes that toting residents will back the rates rise when it goes to public consultation this week. Twelve aside huge. I mean it's hundreds and hundreds of dollars a year for people so I appreciate that but I. I hope that people would understand that. I've been underpaying for many many many years. I guess it just feels like way are really lacking in infrastructure and stuff so my daughter's school she's nine when she started. They were one hundred sixty five students in these now. Three hundred and fifty. It's just one of the schools around here. You know that all basting the sames with the things that very old and worn down and we have some of the hallmarks of a city of our size like a museum in things. So that's some of the ways that greater investment in infrastructure would help you know that we could actually move forward. The downside is going to be that is going to cost most high minus mean eight hundreds of dollars a year more. Do you think they can afford to pay that much like you saw? Don't die but I think the average house price here is in the high hundreds and yeah I mean you even I have. I have seen commentary online from people saying this will be the final Straw for us. And that's just devastating to think that and I guess that's what makes it a brave decision that it's not going to be easy. They will be people for homeless is really hard to find that extra.
"tauranga" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail
"Think we're GONNA see more incidents that we saw it with gunfire and To potato retribution. I think we're GONNA see more of that. What will be really interesting in the next few months and years as sort of how strong some of these Australian groups cry what people need to realize is that they're going to be different mindsets To the New Zealand counterpart so these people that have come back. They've lived their entire lives by Selena Australia. That might have been born here. Have some water family links but there are strongly and they've grown up in an environment where the rival gangs do not get on over there. If you look at what's happened. Over in Sydney in particular is very violent weapons bombings of bombings. Things like that and they have bought that he So it's almost like these guys have comments like a a new player in the market. Oba's coming instructed to take see Industry and these guys have come in and interrupted. The gang gang industry dates in. May's jared savage and just some facts and figures on Taedong estates in seed says there are about a hundred and forty four thousand people living in the city but in just the last six years. The population has surged by twenty six percent or thirty thousand people. And it's not showing any signs of slowing down right and that makes things like schools and traffic and basic infrastructure. He's the council is up against it. Costs fifty thousand dollars for every new house to put in pipes and roading live in paradise but there are some really hellish. A speaks to us. You know I saw my husband doesn't even wick that far from here and he has to get up at ridiculous o'clock to get to where he works would be maybe a case or something. If he gets the timing wrong it can take fifty minutes. So welcome to hung. Kyrie Willem is a journalist who grew up in a small bay plenty town on visiting her editor toting a home which she lives with her family. It's a small city but it's it's it's a beautiful place to love. Sometimes you walk down the road which is supposedly our main shopping straight and they might be you know. At one point I counted nineteen in teashops smelled along straight so sometimes it can feel a bit empty and may be a bit dull but it's an incredible place to love you and it's funny that you talking about empty shops because toting is growing which is why with now got issues with infrastructure so wrong and residents have been warned they may face big rates rises is. The city can't find new ways to pay for its rapid growth Mir. Tim Be Powell. Is the days of borrowing to pay for the needs of the country's fastest growing city are over. We have a city that has is in financial crisis. We put a housing crisis. We've got growth that hasn't been accounted for and we've got continued growth which is just not. It's not going to abate in any regard global study last year found. That toting was the eighth most unaffordable city for housing in the world. A hit of London and San Francisco. The report competed the average household income to the average house price and toting a that was sixty eight thousand dollars to more than six hundred and twenty thousand dollars. You'd have to be a Ford who have not seen it coming so many people that you would speak to would say. Oh you live in tiring. I'd love to live there or have been looking at. I've been trying to see if there are any jobs the or I've been looking at real estate and stuff but for a long time The the jobs didn't really stick out for people you know. It was a really big. They used to be A thing could tyndall tongue so that was this was considered to be a place where you paid something of a Sunshine Tech's so you just didn't earn what people earn elsewhere because you were lucky to live here and if you didn't want to do that job the behavior of other people that were you know for not as much as you'd get a different city geese what happened and Around two thousand sixteen two thousand seventeen as that with the Auckland housing. Boom the numbers started to fall so that actually was with it for people whether they were earning more or not because they were getting so much for the house in Oakland and real estate was still relatively affordable. That people were there were so many stories of people selling the house in. Auckland coming down here and blind copays buying a home for the family comparable in every way to the one that they lived in Oakland in the buying a Rintoul's well and then what happened was incredibly quickly and the numbers started to rise for our houses the homes that we were living in suddenly with fifty thousand dollars more and then the knicks. Another fifty thousand dollars more in seventy one hundred thousand another one hundred thousand dollars more. There were just climbing so quickly. And what was the council kind of doing about this? They doing anything I'm sitting there. Were doing lots of work. But it wasn't Nice Pool. We had all these families slipping into harmlessness Because you know the flow on a feat of someone's buying a rental property in the gentrifying it total is the heart of the Bay of plenty but when it comes to housing plenty is not a word? Anyone is using total just trying to chase a place to love most families that are renting a renting above what they can afford all just four years ago. Harman Cole Haan. And in in a Lotta cases there were making comments to people saying well. I want to participate my so. I'M NOT GOING TO PUT Teen Center. I'm just going to have this gene property sitting there gaining money because they were gaining so much.
"tauranga" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail
"We rolling okay. I'm Sharon Reed Kelly and I and towed on today. I'm down on the waterfront in the main part of the city rewrite by a playground slowed of activity here. There's people jumping off the wolf going swimming. I'm here in DC Chang and you can say in the distance that total on port which is such a crucial part of the total economy. We're here today to do a kind of a profile riot all now. I'm going to talk to jared. Seven ships. Insead made about the problem with the gangs. Here intone totem because these Bain a real insulation in a violent and I will be talking to carry welcome who has grown up and Toyota and just recently the council has proposed to rise rights by more than twelve percents. I'm interested in knowing how the growth of the population is affecting the city. Yeah and I want to find out with the population. Growth is one of the factors in the increase gang activity. Jared savage is an investigative journalists for Insead may entitle her. He's I know a lot about gangs. But it's not what he expected to do when he moved back to his hometown of would Auckland for Longtime Kevin a lot of organized crime methamphetamine and drugs cases out there and then I moved to tell it into twenty six okay. I'm not going to be doing so much of that sort of work. And very time having a beer down on the strain which is downtown here. And there was about a dozen he'd hunters cruising hostile near on motorbikes and and with the guy pros filming a bit of a laugh and they weren't doing anything wrong house like that. It's pretty interesting like these groups. Dan He that you know not traditionally by plenty gangs. Gangs Gangs Cy. Tongue ahead in the water by plenty has has experienced population growth in the last few years a very popular place to live now. And that's all sorts of people. Young families coming down here But also Oil Sectors here as well. We'll say with gaming the CY move a new group Dan. He now the Mongols in say which is five. Oh one side. I have pain living in Australia but deported under the Australian Immigration Act and the Mangala reputation internationally is very aggressive group in this differently. Been a little bit of rubbing the wrong way here in recent times and particularly when there was a bit of a tit for tat sort of gang war between the Mongols and the Mongrel mob so we had a situation where similar minute weapons before at upon US suburban house. Some neighbors told us that it was she elected. Nobody was killed. We're talking nearly one hundred rounds. And that wasn't tradition for what what the place believe Barbershop links to the Mongols had been burned down lobby. Signed it some fun. They will be at some point collateral damage. We've actually seen it in fact that hasn't been human lots but it's been businesses. We've lost two businesses because of some the Mongo's believed that that the file was a Mongrel mob member. They took it upon themselves to go and take up to this house which is linked to the local MONGOUMA president. Here put one hundred bullets. And then later on that spot another with Mugabe's of driven either two houses and bookie with Mongo is loving and they will literally shooting each other with similar Bennett. Weapons the weapons. You know. We haven't seen gangs used before. These hot tubs Semi automatic weapons with a range of five to six hundred meters. So this daytime this is you know very aggressive sort of violence which anyone could have been caught in the crossfire and seriously who orange and I think that's what's probably different about it. There's always violence in the gang world. But it's often done discreetly. We're hoping to get a of gang leaders and hit a who he with them in terms of. I need to actually work at the differences exist because we can't hit on the tax Draw shootings acceder In public and broad I et north of members of the public Can Get short. Is that all about the meath trade. The police would say that the gangs control the mistrial and I would hesitate. Data's exactly what's going on here. There's some sort of dispute behind the scenes around well you shouldn't be selling or distributing drugs and now you're like 'cause we do that so Often gangs can come to an arrangement between different different individual members around those sorts of things and population growth. You're saying that you know because the places grown so much that it's drawn all kinds of people including gangs but to what extent is also the fact that taught on the port is such a big operation here and the must be some smuggling going on there absolutely. I mean we naive to think that is not lodgements drugs coming through the port because it's not just gangs that bring in me. Think drugs is often transnational organized crime groups from China in Mexico but they had relationships so people can bring into drugs but you also need a distribution onto. Get out the you know. There are many examples of this very different gangs. Of course the country being involved in the Mesa tried so you wanna a lot of drugs to come in? It's GonNa come through the port and there's a lot of drugs been consumed in the by plane as well so rich poor wife brand like a Lotta people using Peter Main in cocaine Dan here as well So People WanNa take advantage of that. Make money but this is an obvious place to to target but saying that they'll be drugs. Coming in Auckland that are being sold done here. Talk to these guys I mean. How close can you get to them? Yes would that going into revealing sources you talk to people on the Criminal Element Woah? People that they talk to gain him as people as well and they worry about the same things that you know probably worried about rising rates and maybe not. Roy's depending on the they operate by a different set of rules. A lot of gaming was Feel outside isn't and that's what I joined this join gangs of brotherhood And she'd background cy as a middle class. White Guy. I don't. I'm not going to join a gang probably be. I can see why a lot of people would want to because of you know. They're on the grounds Dysfunctional backgrounds and. And you know this is a way of extortion and getting together and having a corps or suppose and the ad of that comes violence and drugs and and things that come with it so it was interesting. There was a meeting quite recently wasn't which Simon Bridges was but also the Mongrel mob's PR woman from Hamilton came over Louise Hutchinson and was out the defending gangs off from horseback. I know I want to the Games. My children grew up. We just go with Mongrel mob children. I taught my sons regulated. Who Pick up game. I'm not going to slow up. I WANNA be presenting the worker Tomago Kingdom right but I think that's really hard for people to have any kind of sympathy for them or to see anything but the bad stuff that they do. Yup I wasn't at that particular meeting us. All some of the members of the audience here and they would have come from a very middle to upper class watts background and they would hate the thought of people intimidating other people and put drugs into the community and all those things asked. If you really want to not going to believe you by the way why is it that you won't mind is growing exponentially numbers? Why is it that the meeting numbers and Hamilton? The whitegate going through the roof and continue to rise Royce. Why is it your Lleida? The illegal Ghanzi Heinrich I mean the other thing that had been down here which everyone immediately assumed was gang related was there was a number of people shot and killed basically a close proximity to me. Mafia ended up at Maclaren's falls. There's a manhunt being a dramatic twenty. Four hours as police zero in on those speaking of Tuesday's double homicide day of plenty that particular person for either population name was short short by police. Meanwhile a man known to the dead driver was arrested in the South Island Forcing Christchurch. Skull into lockdown. The body of a young woman was found it. A couple of days later saw wasn't gang activity. Nice it's important to make that clear. I mean people involved and that the faced wigging Lima's but it wasn't gang conflict. Bruce is Was made us suppressor on that but I'm understanding was that it was a personal matter which got out of hand. Well it get with off..
"tauranga" Discussed on Inside Supercars
"Will move onto high playoff. Tickets can continue at the Knicks. It's far too early to be saying to Where the racist could be to replace The races from here but I think the retention is. He'll be an additional rice week. Yeah at this stage. The that's the belief is that the intention is to Find a gap in the calendar and Rachel. The Rice's mistakes would say maybe the possibility of all which results by saint since Victorian. Yeah to replace this one now that And obviously also found to really be speculating about either Tansy or or Hampton downs because Those are two away meetings and We have to work Tasmanian and New Zealand Governor. They're going to do about these events. Yeah look at a guy. That's a decision for the The category And probably governments and people around that sort of thing I guess the ideal scenario would be to For decision to be made before we ended up there but I guess the relevant People Mike. The Rock called the right time. So you'll boys this weekend we will. Yeah we'll behind on a fraud. I not which we'd goes is I mean some of US got some Some of our kids sporting events to attend this weekend and stuff that it'd be nice to To behind for the weekend weather data will be enjoying tomorrow being not being able to get some on cricket match for the the underlying reasons and Voice boys on big deals I got. They got their first hockey game. O Rama and may being high viable applies. Well all right. Well thank you been Kirkman George you and hope you get your chance to play them in New Zealand. We'll catch up with you later in the. Yeah we get down there and We can put on a show for the people down here with Matt Stone He's GonNa disappointment of now packing it all the while. You're getting. Yeah look at this according to come down here and get up and start out on track activities. Just to turnaround got harmed but look at the decisions in the hands of the event and the organizers and obviously Victorian Health So we respecting an abide by their decision I believe the plan is to reschedule the supercars portion of the event for later in the end we will still get out out. Yeah full season of Racing Y- that obviously opens up some some quietly pretty where you know the other tracks can perhaps come back and obviously it's too early in the piece for anyone to be making too much speculation but you know it's it's It's good to be a rescheduled and sort of essentially partnership because obviously the F. One cancelled from God's point of view. Look forward to picking out where we where we are now at a later point in the year and I wonder if it's too cold positions will sit in the record ballitser belonging to stab you. Look I mean from the when the when this event is rescheduled imagined they would start from scratch but as far as statistics sky is IT A. Is it an official Rice Yeah that's it's an interesting point a leave that for someone who cares more about their side of things that I do believe. Point of view you know understand. It's playing it safe here and the the Australian aspect of the The virus obviously not nearly as bad as the European and having an influx of Europeans Has created a bit of a bit of a situation so completely understand it and support. And we'll we'll just keep doing nothing and come back when we come back. Come back later in the year to do this round and hopefully I rising in Taza in a couple of weeks start now. Gary cool a few weeks to get his ankle right. Yeah yeah we planned it all just to forgive coverage on. Yeah look it's it's It's fallen and Gary Actually performs line wasn't in too much pain yesterday on track so we weren't too stressed about it all in terms of his injury but it is good to be outlet that recover properly Before Rolling back in to the next round of Tasmania in a few weeks. The other one could have anything always jake. Of course he made his debut. Yes look I mean Jacob probably feel sorry for him the Mars because he went out there yesterday and it's a format rolling straight into qualifying on day one. I did a fantastic job. In our opinion you know. He came back today having looked at his daughter and his video learnt law and he was ready to go out there and actually have have a crack at it. So it's disappointing for him that that we gonna take him harm By yeah as I said before win win. Supercars portion of this event gets rescheduled. Later in the year. They can jump back into the at and again you got a whole another track and do a whole nother event so is extra extra malls for him which is always a good thing. So we'll take the positives out of it that we you know. We had a good run yesterday with Gary Qualifying and twelve and Jacobson malls around here without without losing a whole rice meaning and we'll take that as as it is and carry on pentecost soldiers. You were founding gemstone smart minimum ratio. He didn't come this weekend. Yeah Oh that that that That monetary is up. Hip Dodger means decided to stay home Yeah he's got a couple of grandchildren a thanks to me now and I think. He sees his children off racing and he goes. He'd rather stay home and play with the next generation so I think he made a very smart coal this weekend by a long time and And we'll be good because now you go to council you actually just driving to the first reading potato. Yeah not not a scratch on him which is always good and not a lot of mileage Like anything will always Bill away from work to do on the cause. Because you know we'll always repairing them. We'll be trying to make them quicker so we'll we'll manage to fill the time problem Behind a couple of days earlier so the more time to think. Oh okay now. You obviously saved up to being a two car team this year. I'm one of the cavs. Are You RUMMY So we're renting super three. This year we ran The Toronto that we built For Jason Gomersall team along with myself we ran out at Adelaide. But that was the what's the word that was the basis of the final run for that around this one song for that that car and that? Tc and program As Jason an NFL team of modes more into super the series three series series this year. So we We do have full program running which is scheduled to debut in two weeks city multiple. Talk Yes at the next at that next round. So we'll We'll keep our preparations going for that and head down there and hopefully Not have some of the The international issues that we've had this weekend being around Racing Tauranga thank you. It's nine and I look forward to hearing that figure rain now ours so with pride joins one of the longtime competitors in this category and obviously great disappointment to have depending food. Yeah I think it's. It's very disappointing I mean obviously Safety of everyone seems Easing in the forefront of people's minds go prequel bryce. Alford by all accounts. Somebody's pulled up. Beat him decided snapping. They wants to at some stage of possibility of running with that crowd. Today obviously decided. That wasn't enough well and You Know Stanley from Subic Perspective. Very interactive with their fans and You know I think it would be a pity one of the things I love about what we do is how how much excess I get to. It would feel. We'd rising ran he a- applying any Being involved in any sport I should imagine not crowd. Yes sorry so It's wearing in uncharted territory with a bitty stuff at the moment so so everyone has a very different opinion about it. And and so in this instance waylaid by the call and so We're taking appointments from them. It's far too early to be talking about. This will be resheduled at some stage down. The right I understand really I. Tones will pick up a full races that I think for them to come back here and do all this again here at I. Another track supercars to get those flights on Though this is variously on We've got a lot of discussion to to to have to work at where we are Yeah so that'll be. Dingy course still sevens flights and We're not much change back. Checking police scoured things like that but otherwise you sort of pretty well radio voice. I have a couple of days Yeah we just sort of working through that now so we Regrouping get ready for the next one committee. You've actually paid at castle. I would struggle to remember one day the truth. I think this is a bit of a a sign of the times unfortunately and You know I don't want to make light of the situation but there's one person it's been diagnosed with controversial bars We CORONA CORONA virus. So I look at it and I find it. You know there will jumped on planes and flying back to Europe. Every drivers flew out. Yeah I told. That's where the disease is rampant. So if you're really worried about your health he stay exactly I. Just I don't understand that I I don't I'm not making light of the virus so any of that sort of stopped can't help but you know what some people are thinking. And and at the end of the day I one of the great things about a strategies would be removed from all these maybe. Nobody contained to a certain extent for the moment. So you know we just need to be aware of what's right for our fans and L. Employees and make the right choices on the light. Thanks Brian we look forward to receive. 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"tauranga" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Unlikely as it sounds. We now have an image of that invisible. Space anomaly, a black hole a cosmic abyss with gravity of such intensity. That nothing not even light escapes. It a team of strana murs made the image public at a press conference in Washington DC this morning, we start our report tonight with this background video from the world science festival and voiced by its co founder Brian Greene is professor of physics at Columbia University. It is the latest in our weekly science and technology series the leading edge. About one hundred years ago, Albert Einstein gave us a new description of the force of gravity which gravity exerts influence through warps and curves in the fabric of space and time just a couple years later cars for child he was a German astronomer who stationed on the Russian front during World War One in charge with conklin artillery trajectories. He somehow gets a hold of Einstein's manuscript and realizes something amazing. If you take a spherical object, and you squeeze it down to a sufficiently small size. According to an Stein's math. The gravitational pull will be so enormous that nothing will be able to escape not even light. And that is what we mean by a black hole now when I Stein caught wind of these results, he didn't believe it. He didn't think that these objects would actually be out there in the universe. And yet in the ensuing decades theoretical developments. Began to mount showing that black holes where the inevitable outcome of massive stars that had used up their nuclear fuel undergone a supernova explosion, and the resulting core would have no ability to a stand the pull of gravity collapse down into a black hole, and the operational case also began to mount studies of the centre of our Milky Way. Galaxy showed stars whipping around the center at such enormous speeds that the only explanation for the object that could exert the powerful gravity responsible for that motion would be very massive black hole perhaps four million times the mass of the sun, and perhaps the most convincing observational evidence today actually comes from gravitational waves when we received the first ripples in the fabric of space back in twenty fifteen. The only explanation for the pattern of those waves with two black holes very distant that collided. Setting off this tidal wave in space that we were able to detect and Brian Greene of Columbia University joins us now. So tell us it's clear from what you just were reporting. Scientists have known about Blackhall suspected about black holes for a long time. What does it mean that we now have an actual photograph of one? Well, now, we know for the first time that they are actually real that. I'm mathematics describes a real monster that exists out there in the universe. Where masses crust is such a fantastic Lee small size of the gravitational pull exceeds anything that we've ever encountered anywhere else in the universe. So it is a a wonderful moment of confirmation. So let's look at that picture again the black center and the red and yellow circle if you wouldn't tell us what we're looking at here. Yes. So the center is the blackness the black hole. That's where the name comes from. And the light that you see around the edge of the black hole. That is light. That is emitted by hot gas as it swirls around the black hole and just before it falls over the edge into the abyss. It emits light that is able to swirl around and ultimately reach us. Now, you're looking at a black hole that is fifty three million light years away in a galaxy called 'em eighty-seven. So that reddish orange light has been traveling toward us for about fifty three million years. And yet this wonderful team of strong has been able to capture those photons and recreate the image recreate the environment from which they originated their journey. So now that the scientists the astronomers have this image. What do they do next? What of the next questions about a black hole? Well, there are so many questions, but briefly we really want to understand. What happens when something falls over the edge of a black hole? Einstein gave us one story, but it did not take into account quantum physics. So the next step of the journey is to really understand how the laws of the small quantum mechanics meld with is laws of the big his general theory of relativity. And these kinds of images may take the next step toward finally understanding. How to marry those two theories together does this change? What children will learn in elementary school about space? One day. I think it absolutely might because gravity is the most important force governing the largest things in the universe. And when we can finally take images of gravity in the most extreme environments, those the environments, we fear us love those the laboratories where he can push our theories to the limit. And when we can finally take imagery in those domains it ultimately will probably find its way into the textbooks. And remind us again, how close to earth is the nearest black hole. Well, we know of one in the centre of our Milky Way galaxy which is twenty six thousand light years away. So it's not as these things are right next door. But it's wondrous that we can build machines that can take a photograph as if they were nearby mean, how amazing is it that the black hole that was fifty three million light years away. Looks like it's something that is right out there that you could touch and finally when people hear read about something that can suck everything around it into it because of the powerful forces of gravity to people on earth have anything to be afraid of when it comes to a black. Oh, well, it's a national thought. No. I we have nothing really to be afraid of these are just wonderful laboratories in which we can push our understanding. In fact, I would turn it around. You know, we live in this fractured world. And how wondrous is it that a hundred scientists on four continents using eight radio telescopes their work now allows every citizen planet earth to look up and recognize that these deep fundamental truth that transcend everything that divides us to me that is the real message of this breakthrough. That's a wonderful way to look at it. Brian greene. Thank you very much Columbia University. We appreciate it. Thank you. We continue now with our.
"tauranga" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"The we've gone to the harder. It's all compounds to drive is to push more control thermal Dag, but because you've got graining, and it's really hard to clad Bridgestones in the old days the used to growing. But if you call it quick graining phaser clear of you used to engineers telling their drivers just stick it out on T laps and you'll be fine. When they were moaning the whole hearts of what went wrong for froyo appetite twenty Tunceli when everyone was dropping off. Outs. Another story for another day. But yeah, the gestion is the rice issue could end up being grinding limited. So other than confirm you're trying to mitigate and control the grinding, which is which is interesting. But yeah. We'll see how that shapes up the app. Time management is is essential Weiss will be essential shape. Fool show. And look at the midfield battle. But I'm assuming the usual big throw up front, which looks to be the case in older, we should say who's who's winning the midfield war? And who's in it? Sasha. Tricky question, isn't it? Because why else? Thanks very much for that. So me the hospital pass. I made made field. Very congested seems to be closing up. You'd expect to be the front of that pack, maybe narrowly or drive is seems confident that they are necessarily suddenly as we said kind of yesterday from watching trackside that car on the hassle. Pretty well. Sorted sunny on the Representative softer presentative end of the tire spectrum. But the hour for and the racing point. They look quite dynamic maybe a little bit tricky to drive. Mclaren now two days in arrive. Topping the time is of the waiver oversell, but that cost certainly seems to be better than it was lost different loans over saying that direction is the right one hundred percent in the spread of the mid fails. Yes. And they've been the mix, of course, the end lost. They were they were falling off the back with Williams. Weren't they Tauranga you'd expect? I haven't seen Daniel caveat drive. The call from trackside jet album oversee has a bit of learning suits because he's been chucked in the deep end. So I think so we're also racing point. They're gonna be burn is in the midfield. Echina- come on strong as those causes probably slutty undercooked in the for when you got confident driver, like loans shoulder says Peres hammering the car, it's showing showing up. It's. Less positive trait, shall we say? So that you'd expect them to get stronger, I with a closer working with right now that by easing the hundred you expect that she to be stronger package in maybe not go down some of the blind alleys. They have done in recent seasons. So how do we some of that up? I guess at the moment with the basic packages used site Reynaud has Alpher appropriately the standard 'cause may be the McLaren it's hard to tell because they've been doing these really fast runs, and then you'd expect the racing point on the Toro site may become a bit stronger. Once once we get into more intensive development phase Williams, I think certainly would say at the moment given life started late in behind just in basic running..
"tauranga" Discussed on Talk Python To Me
"To get progress. That's also complex designed, not easy to get into. It takes a lot of skill invoke of life MacKenzie, and occasionally I get contributors and but I think that's not rewarding enough, I think for many people, unfortunately, yeah, it takes a lot of effort to see rewards through. Right. I'm just thinking that you're, I must be many people working on compilers and stuff who just left university and are looking for some kind of project. You know, maybe they could jump in. Right? I want come everybody, but after honest with you, I, I also don't have time to actually mentor much like I can't like guide people doing things. And they lose interest. That's that's happened a couple of times now. So there's a lot of people who want to find out if this is something would be willing to do and. And his family day Joel fantasies mice bedtime, right, absolutely. It needs a lot of work. Communication is like, thanks often takes second place of coating myself. Yeah, that's the challenge of doing this as a part time. Frontier is totally impossible to keep up with. So suppose somebody would really wants to get into this and. I can respond. Sometimes naps already frustrating. Sure. People. I guess people could probably start by watching your Europe, python presentations and go from there. Yeah. Also, I think what we would need is somebody who community skills who would be capable to in a fundraiser for me into long term project for a lot of people have short term needs the Bri. I need to get nude cut to the point where people with short term needs will feel that investing that time into of life. And then it will be a different story Yemen to come back to what I would like to have. I would like to have somebody who organizes some fundraiser. Justice, so I could get time off my day job. We're going. I invested my money right now for months on pages is the big movement of effort on buying hardware and getting some donations, but it's it's not enough to buy behalf with by phone you go. And that's the thoughts of something people could do is to send two nations my way. But I think a concerted effort would gain visibility raising goal me being able to put a couple of months again into new car and pushing really forward. That would be great from the that something mauve and I need for the actual contributors because I think I need to reach the break raiding, whereas something Mattis attractive enough for people have actual problems to just at the bismuth fame, amusing at like at two point, whip it up to my event. I run into some contract which. Which is not properly optimized and they can hack it. And then it is. That's a fateful them right now. That's not a case right now would have to be somebody who long-term vision and no concrete of a problems that require attention. So that's, I think the like the couple of months, sprint really would make a big difference. I seen that make a difference in other projects more than donations or other things as well. So certainly that sounds like a good thing I before we got to ask you the final two questions. If you're gonna write some python code editor, do you use? I'm using clips on Pacific thing. I carefully use the eye on the manga. Quickness, but the eclipse than pied if it is right on and then to some notable pipe packages, maybe people haven't heard heard of them or aren't are yet. And ultimately I have a lot of machines on the I'm using ensemble, which somebody introduced me on a debut and confronts on for grateful to Tauranga Cup. It's very useful tools like salt. If even though that entrepreneur pie and you just can easily deploy or machines and similar fashion, and that's great. Niklas something I, I'm actually I forgot my controversial number might become too riddle. Number five, something static website generation. That's what people are using a lotta these days. And I liked the idea and I joined that and I'm using it for my website, and it's great. And obviously, Bill port is also. Tula heavily reliable. I despise Jenkins which I have to use at work. The Bill scrape because you get to ride your contemplation as python code actually does not. There's no weapon to face needed to configure stuff..
"tauranga" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"He pulls us forces out of syria he's spoke south of cleveland earlier menaka the hell out of isis will become another syria like very soon let the other people take care of it now very soon president was in rishon ohio promoting his infrastructure plan governor baker says privatizing the va is wrong he was asked earlier for his reaction to president trump's sudden firing yesterday a va secretary david schulkin there are states including massachusetts where veterans who can access certain services through the va can access them through private providers and that has worked pretty well to help vets access services on a timely basis that they couldn't get through the va but my view on the vhs generally is the va does very significant work in a whole variety of areas and we should definitely preserve that not lose that in a new york times op ed schulkin says he was the victim of political forces bent on putting companies with profits over the care of veterans pope francis or does inmates at a roan prison to never let their hopes be clouded like cataracts cloudy is he also revealed that he has cataracts symbol of surgery for that next year the pope spoke after washing the feet of a dozen prisoners a holy thursday ritual in new york karnal tim dolan says holy thursday good friday and easter sunday are more than just historical events he wants us to pick up our crosses every day to die selfishness and sin and satan and to with him to a new life not only here on earth but forever in heaven don't feels christians are taking holy week more seriously than in the past passover the jewish festival of freedom begins tomorrow at sundown passover is nate day holiday celebrating the emancipation of the jews from slavery in ancient egypt rabbi cayenne put cove congregational haba tauranga would new jersey says it carries an important message that even at times of our greatest suffering we can always count on god for his patients and his redemption passover is the most widely observed jewish holiday celebrated by.
"tauranga" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Comes from an annual gathering of mostly italian musicians because the gathering celebrates the ancient ecstatic trance tradition of southern italy known as the tauranga or tyronn taleh the annual get together is known as la not day della toronto the night of the toronto end in 2010 the person kind of curated movie event was the pianist and composer ludovico a now who gives us appropriately an introductory peace this work with latin title is introductory yellow odd 'regnum tyron tala'i introduction to the kingdom of the tarantula and it is also your introduction to this edition of new sounds i'm john schaffer and on this edition of the program we're going to take a the musical tour of the eastern part of the mediterranean beginning in southern italy heading off to the island of crete than than turkey and then around the horn to israel and egypt hope you'll stay with us let's begin though with this introductory work from ludovico analogy and friends taken from the 2010 addition of the annual not day della toronto ooh emme two.