Josie Pagani

JOSIE PAGANI

STRAIGHT AND TRUE

RNZ Sunday morning: Covid, COP26 and the Routeburn

Josie joined Jim Mora on RNZ Sunday Morning Weekend Panel to talk about her walk along the Routeburn, how Labour elects its leader, disconnection between what the public went and Delta slipping out of everyone's grasp, and prospects of border checks and a booking system to leave Auckland.

On COP-26, Josie disagrees with Extinction Rebellion rhetoric that compromise is bad, and economic growth and capitalism are bad — and whether there is hypocrisy in the numbers of delegates flying to the conference:
The real issue is how we are going to juggle the needs of poor countries for cheap energy to help lift people out of poverty with the need to reduce emissions.

The Huddle: Waikato drops a Level, and more options for Wellington transport

Josie joined Heather du Plessis-Allan on Newstalk ZB to talk about Waikato's move to Step Two/Level 3 where retail can reopen and people can meet in groups of 25.

The Prime Minister has also ruled out going to Auckland.

And Let's Get Wellington Moving announced 'options' for overhauling the city's transportation infrastructure.

Bi-partisan housing deal, and frustration over re-opening

Josie Pagani joined Ben Thomas and Andrew Dickens on The Huddle on Newstalk ZB to discuss the bipartisan deal on housing density, frustration over the Government's plan for reopening, and the company posting its own Google reviews.

Mandatory vaccines, Mood of the Boardroom and the ongoing Transmission Gully fiasco

Josie joined Peter Dunne and Nick Mills on Friday Faceoff to talk about mandatory vaccines for teachers, a gang member given an essential worker exemption to cross the Auckland covid border, the Mood of the Boardroom Survey show attitudes towards our Prime Minister have soured with business leaders, and the evergreen delays fiasco of Transmission Gully delays.

The Huddle: Covid roadmap, vaccine certificates and SkyPath

The Covid roadmap for Auckland, vaccine certificates and vaccine mandates. And $51 million for the cycle bridge in Auckland before it was scrapped.

Josie Pagani joined Matthew Tutaki and Heather du Plessis-Allan on The Huddle.