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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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A new documentary gives an eye-opening look into the secrets of the Gloriavale Christian Community and the fight for justice by a group of former residents and supporters. Including never-before-seen home videos, Gloriavale features members of the Ready family as they mount a ground-breaking legal case against the sect's powerful leaders. Gloriaval…
 
A new documentary gives an eye-opening look into the secrets of the Gloriavale Christian Community and the fight for justice by a group of former residents and supporters. Including never-before-seen home videos, Gloriavale features members of the Ready family as they mount a ground-breaking legal case against the sect's powerful leaders. Gloriaval…
 
Mario Cucinella is an architect whose work is at the nexus of sustainability and technology. Based in Milan, Italy, some of his notable projects include an eco-residential 3D-printed building using clay, a hospital with 'smog eating' ceramic fins and a nursery school grounded in nature. He's is in Auckland for the Institute of Architect's conferenc…
 
Mario Cucinella is an architect whose work is at the nexus of sustainability and technology. Based in Milan, Italy, some of his notable projects include an eco-residential 3D-printed building using clay, a hospital with 'smog eating' ceramic fins and a nursery school grounded in nature. He's is in Auckland for the Institute of Architect's conferenc…
 
A cycling group is threatening legal action against Waka Kotahi for putting the brakes on trialling a walking and cycling lane on the Auckland Harbour Bridge. And in an ironic twist - the action could be funded out of money the transport agency paid the group to purchase the SkyPath design three years ago.The issue of walk and cycle access over the…
 
A cycling group is threatening legal action against Waka Kotahi for putting the brakes on trialling a walking and cycling lane on the Auckland Harbour Bridge. And in an ironic twist - the action could be funded out of money the transport agency paid the group to purchase the SkyPath design three years ago.The issue of walk and cycle access over the…
 
Auckland Council has released an ambitious proposal to reduce the city's transport emissions by two thirds over the next eight years. The Transport Emissions Reduction Pathway will encourage people to use public transport, cycle or walk if they are travelling under six kilometres. It also aims to convert 30 per cent of the city's vehicles to electr…
 
Auckland Council has released an ambitious proposal to reduce the city's transport emissions by two thirds over the next eight years. The Transport Emissions Reduction Pathway will encourage people to use public transport, cycle or walk if they are travelling under six kilometres. It also aims to convert 30 per cent of the city's vehicles to electr…
 
The new public broadcasting entity is one step closer to becoming a reality, as the legislation setting it up makes its way through Parliament. By mid next year Aotearoa New Zealand Public Media will be operating, with RNZ and TVNZ as subsidiaries. The finer details of how it's all going to work are still being thrashed out. Political reporter Gile…
 
The new public broadcasting entity is one step closer to becoming a reality, as the legislation setting it up makes its way through Parliament. By mid next year Aotearoa New Zealand Public Media will be operating, with RNZ and TVNZ as subsidiaries. The finer details of how it's all going to work are still being thrashed out. Political reporter Gile…
 
Crown officials have conceded that failures by multiple agencies allowed thousands of children in its care to be abused over decades. Monday was the first day of a two-week hearing before the Royal Commission into Abuse in Care, examining the actions of Crown agencies. Jamie Tahana is following the hearing.…
 
Crown officials have conceded that failures by multiple agencies allowed thousands of children in its care to be abused over decades. Monday was the first day of a two-week hearing before the Royal Commission into Abuse in Care, examining the actions of Crown agencies. Jamie Tahana is following the hearing.…
 
Auckland's new Transport Emissions Reduction Pathway is receiving a glowing thumbs-up from local climate activists. All Aboard Aotearoa, an umbrella group of advocacy groups, and the Auckland City Council were until recently at loggerheads over the council's attempts to curb emissions. On the council's new pathway, however, the group was among the …
 
Auckland's new Transport Emissions Reduction Pathway is receiving a glowing thumbs-up from local climate activists. All Aboard Aotearoa, an umbrella group of advocacy groups, and the Auckland City Council were until recently at loggerheads over the council's attempts to curb emissions. On the council's new pathway, however, the group was among the …
 
It's now illegal for roving salespeople to ignore "do not knock" stickers. Today's changes to the Fair Trading Act, mean door-to-door traders who ignore a 'Do Not Knock' sticker risk fines of up to $30,000. The Commerce Commission says it's a win for comsumers after pushing for the changes since 2014. It's Chief Executive, Jon Duffy says over the y…
 
It's now illegal for roving salespeople to ignore "do not knock" stickers. Today's changes to the Fair Trading Act, mean door-to-door traders who ignore a 'Do Not Knock' sticker risk fines of up to $30,000. The Commerce Commission says it's a win for comsumers after pushing for the changes since 2014. It's Chief Executive, Jon Duffy says over the y…
 
Bus drivers are backing the possibility of councils taking ownership of public transport operations. The Government has unveiled its Sustainable Public Transport Framework, which allows for councils to own public transport assets such as bus companies and the fleet. The Tramways Union says staff have endured years of appalling working conditions, a…
 
Bus drivers are backing the possibility of councils taking ownership of public transport operations. The Government has unveiled its Sustainable Public Transport Framework, which allows for councils to own public transport assets such as bus companies and the fleet. The Tramways Union says staff have endured years of appalling working conditions, a…
 
The Labour Party caucus will meet this week in an emergency meeting to discuss the actions of Hamilton West MP Gaurav Sharma. As the Prime Minister and Labour leader took the podium yesterday for her post-Cabinet news conference, Dr Sharma was pressing send on another Facebook post detailing further allegations of bullying within the Party. Sharma …
 
The Labour Party caucus will meet this week in an emergency meeting to discuss the actions of Hamilton West MP Gaurav Sharma. As the Prime Minister and Labour leader took the podium yesterday for her post-Cabinet news conference, Dr Sharma was pressing send on another Facebook post detailing further allegations of bullying within the Party. Sharma …
 
It will be up to parents to vote and decide if a convicted white supremacist jailed two years ago will be able to get onto the board of a local school. The principal of Te Aratai College, or what used to be Linwood College, has confirmed Philip Arps has put his name forward for one of five trustee positions. Arps was jailed for twenty-one months in…
 
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