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17 • 02 • 21 / The Good Citizen

The Good Citizen: Jacqui Maguire

2020 was hard. So how can we make 2021 feel easier for ourselves, our families and the teams we work with? Amid a lot of talk about a mental health crisis, clinical psychologist Jacqui Maguire is giving a free Zoom talk on March 3 about strategies to help people and businesses thrive. Here, she talks to Melinda Williams about her work and the mental health challenges we're facing.

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The Good Citizen: Jacqui Maguire

19 • 11 • 19 / The Good Citizen

Richard Goldie

In this episode, Jeremy Hansen talks to architect Richard Goldie about his bold idea for a partially submerged stadium on Auckland’s waterfront, a project that’s now a finalist in an international architectural competition. 

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Richard Goldie

14 • 08 • 19 / The Good Citizen

Anahera Rawiri

Anahera Rawiri of Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei talks to Jeremy Hansen about finding solutions to Auckland’s housing crisis.

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Anahera Rawiri

01 • 07 • 19 / The Good Citizen

Jacqueline Paul

Jacqueline Paul talks to Jeremy Hansen about the housing crisis, inequality and the damage racist stereotyping is doing to Auckland. 

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Jacqueline Paul

08 • 05 • 19 / The Good Citizen

Fonteyn Moses-Te Kani

From a mostly-Māori rural community to the centre of one of the country’s biggest banks: in the latest episode of The Good Citizen, Fonteyn Moses-Te Kani tells Jeremy Hansen how we can do diversity better.

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Fonteyn Moses-Te Kani

07 • 03 • 19 / The Good Citizen

Ben van Bruggen

Urban designer Ben van Bruggen spoke to Jeremy Hansen about why we should stop listening to the vocal minority attempting to block change, and be inspired about Auckland’s development. 

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Ben van Bruggen

15 • 10 • 18 / The Good Citizen

Henry Crothers

In the second episode of The Good Citizen Jeremy Hansen talks to Henry Crothers about having the bravery to transform our urban landscapes.

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Henry Crothers

19 • 09 • 18 / The Good Citizen

Jade Kake

Jade Kake knows Māori design principles can change Aotearoa for the better: not only in our housing, but in our towns and cities too.

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Jade Kake