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Interviews with WAO's Julia Blackford on the surprising results of its food resilience survey, and with Southern Lakes Sanctuary's Paul Kavanagh on using technology to enhance conservation efforts, including trialling new techniques like environmental DNA and AI monitoring.

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In this Podcast, host Brent Harbour talks to Glen Thurston, from Turn The Corner, about mental health in the construction industry, and to Hayley Furze, who worked four jobs to finally build and own her own home in Wanaka.

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The Outlet podcast host Brent Harbour talks to Gary from KiwiHarvest on the organisation's vital community work

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