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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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Social media and extreme content. US joins the Christchurch Call, which aims to reduce violent and extremist content and Andrew also talks to Kathryn about Reporters without Borders issuing its 2021 World Press Freedom Index, and New Zealand has risen to 8, up one place.
 
Artists have long found inspiration in nature - and a new book has pulled together the work of some who have also helped to protect it. Creative Conservation: A celebration of New Zealand artists who are wild about nature showcases the paintings, sculptures, carvings, ceramics and weavings of 35 artists from around New Zealand. Many of those featur…
 
Business commentator Rebecca Stevenson joins Kathryn to look at the success of New Zealand shoe company Allbirds, which has plans to list on the Nasdaq. she'll also look at what's troubling A2 milk, and the changes Fonterra is considering to its capital structure.
 
Following on from yesterday's story about the low hydro lake levels and soaring electricity prices, Kathryn talks to energy analyst Geoff Bertram and consulting engineer Bryan Leyland about the changes the country needs to stave off the recurring dry year problem.
 
New Zealand's Covid-19 vaccine rollout officially begun on February 20, with the first jabs going to border and MIQ workers. How will the vaccination programme proceed over the next few months? Kathryn gets the latest information from Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield.
 
Natalie Winters and Frank Gaffney discuss CIA Director Bill Burns and his ties to the Chinese Communist Party. Raheem, meanwhile, goes off on a rant about dial-up internet, Knives Out (the movie), and Enoch Powell. CIA Director's Claims: https://thenationalpulse.com/exclusive/biden-cia-director-lied-about-ccp-ties/ CIA Director Lied: https://thenat…
 
Neale, Ben and Kathryn talk about a new unit within the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet to keep the Government on track to meeting priorities in key portfolios, including housing, child welfare and infrastructure. They also look at fair pay agreements and ahead to next week's budget.
 
Vaccine inequality and patient waivers could see Africa go the way of India's pandemic crisis. Africa is in dire need of vaccines but they have been snapped up by wealthier countries. Debora also talks to Kathryn about ISIS becoming stronger in northern Mozambique and South Africa is looking to ban captive lion hunting.…
 
The country's biggest power user Tiwai Point aluminium smelter has agreed to cut its electricity usage as the industry faces a developing power crisis. Below average rainfall is putting pressure on hydro-generation with the country's hydro lakes dropping to 65 percent of normal levels for this time of year.…
 
The role play has in early childhood development and in particular, the prevention of behavioural and emotional difficulties is the focus of professor of play, Paul Ramchandan. He heads the Play in Education, Development and Learning Centre at Cambridge University and has looked at what impact parental play can have on young children.…
 
Stress, exhaustion and burn out is affecting one in two senior doctors according to a new survey from the Association of Salaried Medical Specialists, and there has bee no improvement in the past five years. 2100 senior doctors took part in the survey. Half of the respondents reported burnout- which affects women doctors more than men. Radiation on…
 
Auckland's dams are about to dip under half-way again, with dry skies forecast through to next week. They're a long way from the historical average for this time of year of 76 per cent and inching uncomfortably close to the mid-40s level that last year saw the city impose restrictions on residential and commercial users. Level one restrictions - no…
 
Outsourcing podcast Get the full show notes for this outsourcing podcast here: outsourceaccelerator.com/335 Multisys Derek Gallimore talks with David Almirol, CEO and founder of Multisys Corporation. Founded in 2013, the company provides B2B enterprise solutions for businesses in the Philippines and seven other countries. In 2018, Multisys was acqu…
 
Technology correspondent Mark Pesce joins Kathryn to talk about how a software company offered employees a choice: stop complaining about the company's issues with diversity and inclusion - or take a buyout package. One third of the company has now left. The NYPD has cancelled its contract to operate Spot a robot dog due to public opposition to it.…
 
Logan Williams is a scientist, a serial inventor, the Director of Technology and Innovation at the New Zealand Merino Company, and could be the saviour to the wool industry... and he's only 25 years old. Logan is also the inventor and founder of Keravos, a plastic replacement created by combining coarse wool with polylactic acid from corn starch. K…
 
UK correspondent Harriet Line joins Kathryn for a look at the last-minute campaigning underway ahead of Thursday's local elections. India's foreign minister was forced to pull out of attending a G7 meeting in London after two Covid cases were detected in the delegation. And preparations are underway for an autumn booster vaccination programme to pr…
 
Chief Executives and senior managers have a legal duty to protect the mental wellbeing of workers and eliminate toxic work environments, according to Dr Hillary Bennett, a registered psychologist specialising in the leadership of safety and wellbeing. She's been consulting for decades here and overseas in the private and public sectors. She recentl…
 
The dairy giant Fonterra has laid out a range of options to strengthen its financial structure, but remains committed to co-operative ownership. The country's biggest company says the aim is to balance farmer ownership, milk supply, and secure its financial future. It has outlined a range of options for shareholders to consider including dual share…
 
Since the borders closed in March last year lines have had to be drawn over who should be granted an exemption to travel here; the green light was given to health and other critical workers, some Pacific residents, maritime crew and those needing exemptions on humanitarian grounds. But some decisions have been more controversial - particularly thos…
 
Science commentator Allan Blackman joins Kathryn to look at a new study that backs the existence of antistars. Today marks the birthday of Antarctic explorer Sir Douglas Mawson - and there are two views about whether vitamin A might have made his travails more horrendous. And science you can use at the pub: how many bubbles are in your glass of bee…
 
As the world's population grows, how will we feed everyone? It's what drove Sandhya Sriram to set up the world's first cell-based crustacean meat company, which uses technology to grow real meat from healthy cells outside of an animal - in this case, lobster, shrimp and crab.
 
Australia correspondent Bernard Keane joins Kathryn to look at the allegations against Tasmanian Liberal candidate Adam Brooks, who two women said used a fake Victoria drivers licence to pretend he was someone else. Two more disgraced MPs could be entitled to a resettlement allowance of $100k. Bernard also looks at the criminal sanctions against pe…
 
How can end of life and bereavement care for Māori be improved? Wellington's Mary Potter Hospice has just held a symposium - Whetū i te Rangi - on the subject, the first of its kind. Vanessa Eldridge, who is of Ngāti Kahungūnu and Rongomaiwahine descent, is the Hospice's Manager for Health Equity. She says death and dying has become highly medicali…
 
The next six to eight weeks are "crucial" for the Covid vaccine rollout, according to a member of the Covid 19 Technical Advisory Group, and Medical Director of the College of GPs, Dr Bryan Betty. Another 1.7 million New Zealanders are due to get the call up from later this month, as part of "Group 3". This group includes over 75s, those over 65, a…
 
Daan Roosegaarde is a world-leading designer artist and inventor whose work tackles some of the gnarly issues facing the globe, particularly climate change. Based in Rotterdam in the Netherlands, his work has appeared in many places around the world including The Smog Free Project , the largest outdoor air purifier in a Beijing park.…
 
Preparations are already underway at resorts in the Cook Islands - expecting an influx of quarantine free tourists from New Zealand in less than a fortnight. Tourism operators have been holding out for much needed visitors and there's elation with the announcement of a travel bubble with New Zealand starting on May the 17th.…
 
The state is attacking all and every America First patriot, as Andrew Giuliani tells us. Meanwhile, Andrew Cuomo continues to get away with the mass murder of tens of thousands of Americans, as author Matt Palumbo breaks down. Oligarchy. Follow Andrew Giuliani: https://twitter.com/AndrewHGiuliani Buy Matt Palumbo's book: https://www.barnesandnoble.…
 
Bill McKay joins Kathryn to look at how public spaces are being utilised in Tauranga and Mt Maunganui, with the Our Place and ReMaker Space initiatives. It shows how cities aren't just about what Council is doing - but what communities can be enabled to do. Bill McKay is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Architecture and Planning at the University…
 
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