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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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The US Senate has confirmed Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. She was President Donald Trump's choice to fill the spot left open by the death of liberal icon Ruth Bader Ginsberg. The confirmation of her place on the Supreme Court has divided the senate, with Democrats insisting the position should not be filled until after the election …
 
A child care centre in Napier remains open and parents are being told not to worry after a toddler had a weak-positive Covid-19 result. The child was on an Air New Zealand flight from Napier to Auckland last week. They had tested negative before leaving New Zealand but positive on arrival in Japan a day later. Jonathan Mitchell reports.…
 
A discussion on what the shape of the Labour Government may look like, will there be Green involvement? Stephen Mills is the executive director of UMR Research, which is the polling firm used by Labour. He is former political adviser to two Labour governments. Brigitte Morten is a senior consultant with public and commercial law firm Franks & Ogilv…
 
French Polynesia now has one of the world's highest rates of Covid-19 on a per capita basis. It's claimed 26 lives and officials are warning intensive care places will be full within two or three weeks. The death toll has now surpassed that of New Zealand - that's making headlines in the region. Perlina Lau spoke with RNZ Pacific's Walter Zweifel.…
 
There's been a massive rise in the number of Māori who enrolled to vote ahead of the election earlier this month. An extra 59,00 Māori were enrolled to vote this year compared to the last election, an increase of about 25,000 on the MÄori roll and 34,000 on the General Roll. Te Aniwa Hurihanganui spoke to polical commentator Dr Rawiri Taonui about …
 
National MPs are meeting as a caucus today, for the first time since farewelling several of their colleagues last week. The party's leader, Judith Collins, will meet with her MPs today and tomorrow to start talking about roles and portfolios in the new Parliament. Te Aniwa Hurihanganui spoke with RNZ's political editor, Jane Patterson.…
 
Melburnians are enjoying their first day out of strict lockdown, after more than one hundred days of stay-at-home orders. Those in the state of Victoria have endured one of the world's longest and toughest lockdowns - and it appears to have worked. At midnight last night, cafes, bars, restaurants, retail stores and beauty parlours were all able to …
 
ACC has agreed to reassess claims for surgical mesh injuries that it had previously declined. Almost 400 people could have their cases reassessed under new clinical guidelines, which have been developed based on the latest medical evidence and understanding of mesh injuries. ACC's announcement arose from a restorative justice process, where 600 mes…
 
Two men remain on the run after shooting at a female police officer in Northland yesterday morning, leaving her shaken but uninjured. The officer was driving along State Highway 11, near the Puketona Junction, when she was stopped by a car in front of her at about 4.15am. Police are investigating whether other crimes that took place that night migh…
 
Award-winning poet, Karlo Mila talks about her new poetry collection and her work tapping into ancestral knowledge to inspire leadership. 'The Goddess Muscle' was written over a decade and explores themes such as the effects of racism and power on Pasifika peoples, as well as reflections on love and humanity. Karlo Mila is currently Programme Direc…
 
Award-winning poet, Karlo Mila talks about her new poetry collection and her work tapping into ancestral knowledge to inspire leadership. 'The Goddess Muscle' was written over a decade and explores themes such as the effects of racism and power on Pasifika peoples, as well as reflections on love and humanity. Karlo Mila is currently Programme Direc…
 
On today's pod: the Melbourne man who cycled 1400 kms on a 5km circuit during lockdown; hospitals are making big moves to help address the climate crisis; we meet an Indian food business hoping to introduce Kiwis to "more than just butter chicken"; the new MP for Southland introduces himself and and today is Te Putake o te Riri, He Ra Maumahara - t…
 
Australia correspondent Karen Middleton joins Kathryn to look at the easing of restrictions in Melbourne and Victoria, and Australia's economy officially grew in September - meaning it's technically out of recession. She'll also look at a week of scandals, and the protest lodged with Qatar over 13 women who were hauled off a flight and internally e…
 
Australia correspondent Karen Middleton joins Kathryn to look at the easing of restrictions in Melbourne and Victoria, and Australia's economy officially grew in September - meaning it's technically out of recession. She'll also look at a week of scandals, and the protest lodged with Qatar over 13 women who were hauled off a flight and internally e…
 
The MacDiarmid Institue in Wellington has been recognised for the fourth time as a Centre of Research Excellence and received $48 million in funding. The Institute was founded in 2002 by Victoria University's Professor Sir Paul Callaghan. It brings people together from across seven institutions in New Zealand, five universities, Callaghan Innovatio…
 
The MacDiarmid Institue in Wellington has been recognised for the fourth time as a Centre of Research Excellence and received $48 million in funding. The Institute was founded in 2002 by Victoria University's Professor Sir Paul Callaghan. It brings people together from across seven institutions in New Zealand, five universities, Callaghan Innovatio…
 
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