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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.
 
New Zealand Parliament - live streaming audio from Parliament (during sitting times) and listen-again audio from Question Time. Go to the footer of this page to find the link and frequencies to listen live. When Parliament is not sitting, this frequency carries the Southern Star programme from the Radio Rhema Broadcast Group. To discover when Parliament is and is not sitting, visit the Parliamentary website (www.parliament.nz/en/watch-parliament/).
 
The news, explained. Join Sharon Brettkelly & Emile Donovan every weekday as they make sense of the big stories with the country’s best journalists and experts. Made possible by RNZ & NZ On Air. Produced by Newsroom. Listen on RNZ National at 6.30pm Monday-Thursday.
 
FINALIST, ASSN FOR INTERNATIONAL BROADCASTING AWARDS 2020. The day John Daniell turned 10, his mum told him she had been a spy. Now, he and Guyon Espiner are investigating a family story that could reveal New Zealand's biggest Cold War secret.
 
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RNZ is partnering with The MacDiarmid Institute to launch a new podcast for science-fiction fans. A spinoff of the popular science Materials: Fact or Fiction segment from RNZ's Nights with Brian Crump is set to be released as a podcast titled Sci Fi/Sci Fact, with the first three episodes released tomorrow, Friday 10 December. Nicola Gaston, co-dir…
 
Panellists Catherine Robertson and Conor English discuss Fair Pay Agreements, Kiwisaver contributions, and free childcare at the Cricket World Cup. Participants: BusinessNZ chief executive Kirk Hope, NZ Council of Trade Unions President Richard Wagstaff, Susan St John director of the Retirement Policy and Research Centre, and Andrea Nelson chief ex…
 
RNZ is partnering with The MacDiarmid Institute to launch a new podcast for science-fiction fans. A spinoff of the popular science Materials: Fact or Fiction segment from RNZ's Nights with Brian Crump is set to be released as a podcast titled Sci Fi/Sci Fact, with the first three episodes released tomorrow, Friday 10 December. Nicola Gaston, co-dir…
 
The Black Caps have touched down on home soil - fresh from their test series defeat to India. But it's the feats of spinner Ajaz Patel that will long be remembered for cricket fans across the globe. Taking all 10 wickets in an innings is among the rarest of feats, etching Patel's name in the history books. Clay Wilson explores what else it might me…
 
The Black Caps have touched down on home soil - fresh from their test series defeat to India. But it's the feats of spinner Ajaz Patel that will long be remembered for cricket fans across the globe. Taking all 10 wickets in an innings is among the rarest of feats, etching Patel's name in the history books. Clay Wilson explores what else it might me…
 
Hoons are causing waves of a different kind at a Kāpiti beach. Locals say quad bikes, four wheel drives, utes and motorbikes are cutting up their coastline between Peka Peka and Te Horo, even though there's a speed limit and bikes are supposed to be banned altogether. And it is just plain dangerous. Kāpiti Counsellor Jocelyn Prvanov explains the pr…
 
Hoons are causing waves of a different kind at a Kāpiti beach. Locals say quad bikes, four wheel drives, utes and motorbikes are cutting up their coastline between Peka Peka and Te Horo, even though there's a speed limit and bikes are supposed to be banned altogether. And it is just plain dangerous. Kāpiti Counsellor Jocelyn Prvanov explains the pr…
 
Imagine working in a rest home and having to choose who gets care and who misses out. Care workers who took their plea for enforceable minimum staff numbers to Parliament today, say that's what's happening at the coalface, where some residents aren't even getting their medication on time Soumya Bhamidipati reports.…
 
Imagine working in a rest home and having to choose who gets care and who misses out. Care workers who took their plea for enforceable minimum staff numbers to Parliament today, say that's what's happening at the coalface, where some residents aren't even getting their medication on time Soumya Bhamidipati reports.…
 
Skyrocketing Auckland house prices are being blamed for causing mental health problems and relationship issues by some at the raw end of the city's market. The average Auckland house price rose $113,000 in the three months since lockdown began. That makes renting more expensive and buying a house even harder. Jordan Bond reports.…
 
Skyrocketing Auckland house prices are being blamed for causing mental health problems and relationship issues by some at the raw end of the city's market. The average Auckland house price rose $113,000 in the three months since lockdown began. That makes renting more expensive and buying a house even harder. Jordan Bond reports.…
 
Counting down the days to Christmas might involve kids bouncing of bed every day busting to open the next window in the Advent calendar, and collect a tasty little treat or trinket along the way. But could it be that we've got this tradition back to front? Australian woman Heather Luttrell thinks so. And she has come up with the 'reverse' Advent ca…
 
Counting down the days to Christmas might involve kids bouncing of bed every day busting to open the next window in the Advent calendar, and collect a tasty little treat or trinket along the way. But could it be that we've got this tradition back to front? Australian woman Heather Luttrell thinks so. And she has come up with the 'reverse' Advent ca…
 
A third of caregivers are reluctant or unsure about vaccinating children aged five to 11 against Covid. The government is currently looking at rolling out vaccines to the age group - given MedSafe approval. The Prime Minister is assuring caregivers they are carefully considering the rollout. Our reporter Kirsty Frame has more.…
 
A third of caregivers are reluctant or unsure about vaccinating children aged five to 11 against Covid. The government is currently looking at rolling out vaccines to the age group - given MedSafe approval. The Prime Minister is assuring caregivers they are carefully considering the rollout. Our reporter Kirsty Frame has more.…
 
Holiday bookings are dropping like Autumn leaves from a tree according to some Bay of Islands businesses. The region is currently in red on the traffic light system and people travelling their way this summer will have to navigate police and iwi checkpoints and need to be double vaccinated or have a recent test confirming they are Covid-free. And a…
 
Holiday bookings are dropping like Autumn leaves from a tree according to some Bay of Islands businesses. The region is currently in red on the traffic light system and people travelling their way this summer will have to navigate police and iwi checkpoints and need to be double vaccinated or have a recent test confirming they are Covid-free. And a…
 
A series of investigations are underway into a Kaiapoi GP who's been filmed handing out medical certificates and schooling patients in how to pass them off as official vaccine exemptions. Newshub filmed Jonie Girouard coaching clients on how to get away with using them and declaring she is unvaccinated. Our reporter Conan Young and cameraman, Natha…
 
A series of investigations are underway into a Kaiapoi GP who's been filmed handing out medical certificates and schooling patients in how to pass them off as official vaccine exemptions. Newshub filmed Jonie Girouard coaching clients on how to get away with using them and declaring she is unvaccinated. Our reporter Conan Young and cameraman, Natha…
 
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