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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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This week's critter has been described as "the essence of the Goblin Forest". Unsea lichens has many other names, such as tree dandruff, woman's long hair and beard lichens. It was also used in that past by Maori to make nappies and sanitary pads. DOC's Nic Toki explains to Jesse just how clever that was given the antiseptic properties the lichen h…
 
While the world has been caught up in inauguration day fever, the team at Kelly Tarlton's in Auckland have been pre-occupied with a fever of a different kind. A fever of newborn eagle ray pups - a species of ray found in New Zealand waters. Louise Greenshields is part of the Animal Care Team at Kelly Tarlton's Aquarium and speaks to Nita Blake-Pers…
 
Oranga Tamariki chief executive Grainne Moss has decided to step down, it was announced today. Jean Te Huia was the midwife at the centre of the attempted removal of a six-day-old baby from her mother in Hastings in 2019, the head of Nga Maia Maori Midwives Aotearoa and a midwife of 29 years. President Biden has signed an executive order re-enterin…
 
It's been a big summer for international cricket, despite the restrictions of the pandemic. Just this week the Indian test side defeated Australia in a huge upset, especially after being bowled out for only 36 runs in Adelaide last December. But the way it's broadcast in this country and around the world is changing. When Bryan Waddle began comment…
 
Yesterday Joe Biden was sworn in as the president of the United States. A traditional part of the procedure in the inaugural address. Biden spoke for roughly twenty minutes and had a very clear thrust as he called for Americans to unite rather than divide. But how does the speech measure up against other inaugural addresses? What is the art of putt…
 
Doctors are promising to do more to recognise the needs of indigenous children in New Zealand and Australia. The Royal Australasian College of Physicians says it is taking landmark action - by releasing a raft of recommendations on how to provide better health care for indigenous children. They include doctors learning the colonial history of their…
 
A new confirmed case of Myrtle Rust in the Waitakere Ranges has alarmed Auckland Council conservationists. The fungal disease which can ruin forest environments was discovered by a member of the public. Myrtle Rust is a huge problem in Aotearoa, partly because of how hard it is to contain its spread. Emile is joined by plant pathologist and epidemi…
 
While the world has been caught up in inauguration day fever, the team at Kelly Tarlton's in Auckland have been pre-occupied with a fever of a different kind. A fever of newborn eagle ray pups - a species of ray found in New Zealand waters. Louise Greenshields is part of the Animal Care Team at Kelly Tarlton's Aquarium and speaks to Nita Blake-Pers…
 
Archaeologists, historians and iwi authorities have been disturbed at news someone has illegally helped themself to an archaeological site, destructively digging as much as a 1.5 metres through an early site used by Maori. Jane MacKnight, of Heritage New Zealand/ Pouhere Taonga told Morning Report about the damage.…
 
Archaeologists, historians and iwi authorities have been disturbed at news someone has illegally helped themself to an archaeological site, destructively digging as much as a 1.5 metres through an early site used by Maori. Jane MacKnight, of Heritage New Zealand/ Pouhere Taonga told Morning Report about the damage.…
 
The world champion Silver Ferns will play Australia for the first time in more than a year, with a four test Constellation Cup netball series confirmed for March. Two tests will be played in Christchurch and two in Tauranga, after the Australians go through two weeks of quarantine in Christchurch in February. Netball New Zealand chief executive Jen…
 
The world champion Silver Ferns will play Australia for the first time in more than a year, with a four test Constellation Cup netball series confirmed for March. Two tests will be played in Christchurch and two in Tauranga, after the Australians go through two weeks of quarantine in Christchurch in February. Netball New Zealand chief executive Jen…
 
The annual Waka Ama National Sprint Championships have been held over the past week with an estimated 10,000 turning up at Lake Karapiro near Cambridge, after many events were put on hold due to the Covid 19 pandemic. 3,500 people compete, with paddlers ranging from children to seniors who race in everything from singles to 12 person teams. Reporte…
 
The annual Waka Ama National Sprint Championships have been held over the past week with an estimated 10,000 turning up at Lake Karapiro near Cambridge, after many events were put on hold due to the Covid 19 pandemic. 3,500 people compete, with paddlers ranging from children to seniors who race in everything from singles to 12 person teams. Reporte…
 
Athletes are pressing on with their preparation for the Tokyo Summer Olympics, despite ongoing doubts over the event due to Covid-19. The games - originally meant to be held last year - were postponed to July this year due to the pandemic. But with the new date also in doubt, hopeful Olympians are seeing funding opportunities dry up. Anan Zaki repo…
 
Athletes are pressing on with their preparation for the Tokyo Summer Olympics, despite ongoing doubts over the event due to Covid-19. The games - originally meant to be held last year - were postponed to July this year due to the pandemic. But with the new date also in doubt, hopeful Olympians are seeing funding opportunities dry up. Anan Zaki repo…
 
Donald Trump may be the only President to be impeached twice, but could he be the first President to face criminal prosecution? Prosecuting a former president is unprecedented in the United States - but some think it's something that should be considered. Nita Blake-Persen discussed this with Professor of Law at Seton Hall University, Jonathan Hafe…
 
Donald Trump may be the only President to be impeached twice, but could he be the first President to face criminal prosecution? Prosecuting a former president is unprecedented in the United States - but some think it's something that should be considered. Nita Blake-Persen discussed this with Professor of Law at Seton Hall University, Jonathan Hafe…
 
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