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From nine to noon every weekday, Kathryn Ryan talks to the people driving the news - in New Zealand and around the world. Delve beneath the headlines to find out the real story, listen to Nine to Noon's expert commentators and reviewers and catch up with the latest lifestyle trends on this award-winning programme.
 
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Whakatane is a small town of about 38,000 people, in the Bay of Plenty. It has a paper mill which uses logs to make paper and cardboard. The mill opened in 1939 and at that time mostly made paper including newsprint. Now it makes packaging, especially food packages made from clean cardboard, to replace the use of plastic. The mill employs 210 peopl…
 
A report by the Independent Police Conduct Authority has found significant elements of bullying and a related negative culture within the police workforce. The police commissioner, Andrew Coster, is rejecting accusations the way it promotes officers could be corruption. Karyn speaks with Police Association president, Chris Cahill, about the report'…
 
The Māori Party co-leader, Rawiri Waititi, says Brian and Hannah Tamaki fleeing Auckland's lockdown for Rotorua sets a bad example. At a church service in Rotorua on Sunday, the couple admitted leaving the city hours before restrictions were imposed. Rawiri Waititi is Te Paati Māori co-leader and MP for Waiariki, which encompasses Rotorua, he told …
 
The Unite union says increasing the amount workers get paid if they're ordered to self-isolate won't make any difference to whether staff actually receive a payment. The National Party is proposing the Government pays 100 percent of an employee's wages and salary for two weeks, up to 68-dollars-an-hour - if a person is ordered to self-isolate It co…
 
The chair of the Women's Rugby World Cup organising committee says the risk of the tournament being adversly affected by the Covid pandemic was simply too high to hold the event this year. The World Cup, which was set to be played in Auckland and Whangarei in September and October this year, has been postponed until 2022 after a recommendation from…
 
Tim and Guy sit down to watch the second Emmanuelle 2000 film 'The Art of Love' however only a foreign language TV edit was available. No matter, we've got a busy Boner Inspector, a heist and a crisis of confidence from Monty. Hard to say what exactly is going on in the movie but crucially, the lame ass jewellery remains. SUPPORT US ON PATREON (pat…
 
Julia joins Kathryn to look at Tai Moana Tai Tangata by MÄori sculptor Brett Graham at the Govett Brewster Art Gallery in New Plymouth, on until 2 May. She'll also look at Ralph Hotere: Ä€tete (to resist) at Christchurch Art Gallery, 27 March â€" 25 July 2021. It's the first major survey of Hotere’s artistic career for over twenty years. Julia Wa…
 
Julia joins Kathryn to look at Tai Moana Tai Tangata by MÄori sculptor Brett Graham at the Govett Brewster Art Gallery in New Plymouth, on until 2 May. She'll also look at Ralph Hotere: Ä€tete (to resist) at Christchurch Art Gallery, 27 March â€" 25 July 2021. It's the first major survey of Hotere’s artistic career for over twenty years. Julia Wa…
 
Forensic science is now baked into the way we solve crimes, and the way we think about crimes being solved. This century there have been thirty four seasons of CSI alone, and the process of crime scene investigation is familiar to anyone who has turned on a television in the last twenty years. But it is a relatively new method and it comes from unu…
 
Forensic science is now baked into the way we solve crimes, and the way we think about crimes being solved. This century there have been thirty four seasons of CSI alone, and the process of crime scene investigation is familiar to anyone who has turned on a television in the last twenty years. But it is a relatively new method and it comes from unu…
 
Australia correspondent Karen Middleton joins Kathryn to talk about the latest rape claim which has rocked Australian politics. It's expected the Cabinet minister accused over the historical claim will make a public statement later today. The final report of the aged care royal commission has been released, delivering scathing findings about the sy…
 
Australia correspondent Karen Middleton joins Kathryn to talk about the latest rape claim which has rocked Australian politics. It's expected the Cabinet minister accused over the historical claim will make a public statement later today. The final report of the aged care royal commission has been released, delivering scathing findings about the sy…
 
Commodore of the Classic Boat Club of Southland Brian Railton is on a quest to restore a century old fishing boat to its former glory. Brian found the twenty seven foot vessel in Dunedin in a fairly dilapidated state. He bought it in March last year but the lockdowns have meant he's only just been able to ship it to his home in Wyndham to begin res…
 
Commodore of the Classic Boat Club of Southland Brian Railton is on a quest to restore a century old fishing boat to its former glory. Brian found the twenty seven foot vessel in Dunedin in a fairly dilapidated state. He bought it in March last year but the lockdowns have meant he's only just been able to ship it to his home in Wyndham to begin res…
 
A hard-hitting report by the Independent Police Conduct Authority has found a toxic culture within police, in which bullying is rife, and where an autocratic management style rewards bad behavior. The IPCA review was launched after an investigation by RNZ, in which almost 200 current or former sworn and non-sworn police staff came forward. Kathryn …
 
A hard-hitting report by the Independent Police Conduct Authority has found a toxic culture within police, in which bullying is rife, and where an autocratic management style rewards bad behavior. The IPCA review was launched after an investigation by RNZ, in which almost 200 current or former sworn and non-sworn police staff came forward. Kathryn …
 
Sharks that glow in the dark of the ocean have been seen for the first time off the coast of New Zealand. Belgian scientists were able to document three species of luminous deepwater shark while on a research expedition off the East Coast. These denizens of the deep live in the twilight zone - where no sunlight reaches them. Jerome Mallefet is a Ma…
 
The owner and founder of Pic's Peanut Butter - Pic Picot - wasn't about to let the Covid-related cancellation of a "design thinking" conference in New Plymouth, stop him from getting out and talking to like-minded entrepreneurs in the city. The peanut-butter baron was keen to spread the good news about leveraging visitor experiences off existing bu…
 
The government's independent review of drug funding agency Pharmac will achieve little if the purse strings aren't opened. That's the view of medical advocates who have long described New Zealand's approach as out-dated, and who believe lives will be saved if game-changing drugs are made available. Breast Cancer Foundation chief executive Evangelia…
 
Students are calling on the government to re-invent their Covid-19 health messages for a younger audience. Despite the most recent Covid-19 cluster being centred around a school, some students have broken isolation rules because the message isn't getting through. Young people agree that Covid-19 messages are too long, hitting the wrong channels and…
 
The Police Commissioner is rejecting calls to sack the ringleaders responsible for the toxic culture of bullying in the police force. A review by the Independent Police Conduct Authority has found bullying is rife enabled by autocratic managers whose bad behaviour is rewarded. The review was launched after an RNZ investigation where almost 200 curr…
 
The police are using drones that some federal authorities have banned in the United States over fears of Chinese spying. The world's leading drone maker DJI supplies all New Zealand police's drones. It's fighting back in the US against claims its drones can send information to Chinese government servers, and a ban by the US Army. Phil Pennington re…
 
Franz Josef and Fox Glacier communities have been given the blunt message the government can't save every business that's struggling during the pandemic. A week ago, the two communities sent Tourism Minister Stuart Nash a $35 million wishlist of what they need to survive. The minister visited Franz Josef yesterday with Rural Communities Minister Da…
 
The Principals Federation has called for its members to defy a directive that forces them to enrol students kicked out of other schools for violence. Federation boss Perry Rush says schools aren't getting the help they need to safely include violent children in their classrooms. The Ministry of Education has expressed concern at the principals' def…
 
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