On the first Friday of every month Paul (the other one) Barlow joins me on Free FM to recap the month in city politics. We talk about the players, the game and the issues. In this podcast (from 17min) we round-up the candidates who have announced their intention to campaign in the upcoming election. Candidates... Continue Reading →
About 25% of women in Aotearoa have had an abortion, yet we don't talk about it and it still comes under the Crimes Act. In this Free FM podcast I speak to Terry Belamak from ALRANZ (Abortion law reform). I ask why this matters (human rights), the current process to access abortion in NZ, whether there is equal... Continue Reading →
In this podcast I wrap up the week in local political news (Hamilton NZ). Have a listen or check out the summary below..... Hamilton’s grey wall of shame is about to get a make-over (at long last). The $100,000 price-tag will be fundraised by Beyond Tomorrow Trust – who we don’t know much about except... Continue Reading →
Free FM podcast link 🎧 http://bit.do/episode-131 Did you choose your career or fall into it? Do you love what you do or are you stuck in a rut? 🙄 In this podcast, Amy McLean shares her journey from accounting to the fitness industry and then on to small business and personal coaching. 🤜💕🤛 We try... Continue Reading →
In 2013, I watched the election campaign of father and son Nick and Paul Ravlich. I liked seeing people who weren't politicians putting their hand up to make decisions for our city. Councillors always seemed the same and they certainly weren't hanging out where I did, or making decisions congruent with my priorities. So, in... Continue Reading →
Published first in Hamilton News 30 November 2018
Situation Vacant: Hamilton City Councillor. Fixed term role starts October 2019. Remuneration starts at $71,638. Job description: To represent and lead the community, set policies, make regulatory decisions and review council performance. Preference: Female.
Women hold a mere 25% of the seats in our current city council. Did you notice? Probably not. We’ve become used to our local government lacking diversity in gender, ethnicity and socio-economic background. But, imagine how different the dynamics and decision-making process of a council that truly represented our city would be. I’m not asking for quotas to achieve diversity, we don’t need them – but we do need to support more women to put their name forward for next year’s local elections. Will you join me?
Are we lacking strong female community leaders? Are we short on ambitious, strategic professional women? Would Mums with young families prefer…
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Listen to the podcast www.bit.do/kellifromthetron I read through some local news, before being joined by Paul Barlow for 'our own political opinions'. What makes a good campaign? Who sets the agenda? Does it even matter? Music: the NEW track from Cheshire Grimm, the latest from Strangely Arousing and a tribute to dDub. This Free FM show is supported by Hamilton Taxi's so please... Continue Reading →
Telling Stories: Waikato Wāhine is an exploration into the lives of trailblazing Waikato women. Over five weeks I will tell the stories of a politician, businesswomen, artist, activist and Te Ao Maori leader This week: In this special Anzac commemorative episode historian and author Jane Tolerton talks about the role of women in the war... Continue Reading →
Telling Stories: Waikato Wāhine is an exploration into the lives of trailblazing Waikato women. Over five weeks I will tell the stories of a politician, businesswomen, artist, activist and Te Ao Maori leader. This week: Eva Rickard worked tirelessly for land rights, social justice and for the government to honour Te Tiriti o Waitangi. Telling... Continue Reading →