Sunday 16 June 2013, with Philippa Tolley
NZ Radio Awards 2013: winner of the Best Documentary or Feature Programme & co-winner of Best Daily or Weekly series under an Hour Duration
With EQC funds depleted after the quakes in Canterbury, Eric Frykberg asks if NZ can afford another big quake.
Image: St Gerard's Monastry in Wellington - a yellow stickered building
The Earthquake Commission is struggling to pay for Canterbury's earthquakes.
People are also struggling to buying insurance, with the private insurance industry charging more and changing what it covers.
Eric Frykberg asks whether the Earthquake Commission should be having such a difficult time after having had 65 years to get ready for a major earthquake.
Coming Up on Insight
8:12 am Sunday 23 June: Insight: Stopping Abuse of People with a Disability
In the past few months, the media has focused on cases of abuse involving at least four disability support service providers.
Back in 2006, another support provider was under the spotlight facing allegations that two residents had choked to death and of medical mistreatment.
Reviews were carried out then and now, 7 years later, another review into the more recent incidents will be finished in September.
But will this review really change anything? Philippa Tolley speaks to families, providers, staff and advocates to find out how good the support offered now is and what needs to change to prevent abuse of the vulnerable in the future.