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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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It's remote and rugged, an archipelago of over 700 islands - and the birthplace of New Zealand's conservation efforts. Tamatea or Dusky Sound's beauty and history have been captured in a new book by Peta Carey, which also documents the lengths to which people have gone to protect the wildlife living within it. Resolution Island, the biggest in the …
 
New Zealand's latest positive case of Covid-19 is a marine electronics engineer who tested positive over the weekend after working on a ship on the same day eight Filipino workers boarded it after recently passing through New Zealand's managed isolation. They were not tested for Covid-19. Karyn speaks with epidemiologist Dr Michael Baker about 'bor…
 
The Ministry of Social Development has revealed more than 60 percent of the money it has spent on settling historical abuse claims has gone on operational costs, legal aid and external legal fees. The Ministry told the Royal Commission into Abuse in Care it has received just over 4,000 claims and has resolved just under half of them. Our reporter, …
 
It was haere rā to a massive chunk of National's caucus on Monday, after the blue bloodbath at the weekend. The party met for its post-election mop up, and to say goodbyes. National was plagued by pre-election leaks, leadership scuffles, a sexting scandal, Covid-19 conspiracy claims, a budget bungle and allegations of fat-shaming by leader Judith C…
 
The aunty of a Samoan man who died in a crash yesterday says her nephew's death should be a lesson for other drivers on the road. The horror accident happened yesterday on the highway between Napier and Taupo, which police have described as one of the country's most lethal roads. RNZ Hawke's Bay reporter Tom Kitchin has more.…
 
The Crown has wrapped up its case against a man accused of physically and sexually abusing his ex-girlfriend. The man - who is in his 20s - is on trial in the High Court at Auckland after pleading not guilty to eight charges - including sexual violation and threatening to kill. His defence lawyer cross-examined the complainant today - scrutinising …
 
The Māori Party's Rawiri Waititi - donning his cowboy hat and a giant pounamu necklace - touched down at parliament today for the first time since winning the Waiariki electorate. He narrowly beat Labour's Tamati Coffey for the seat in a nail-biting finish, winning by just over 400 votes. If Waititi comes out on top after the special votes are coun…
 
The Deputy Prime Minister's job is up for grabs and there are plenty of contenders. Jacinda Ardern says Kelvin Davis's role as deputy leader of the party is safe, but won't say whether that translates to Deputy Prime Minister. Grant Robertson and Andrew Little have not ruled themselves out either. RNZ political reporter Jo Moir has this story.…
 
Six Russian military intelligence officers have been charged by the US for their part in master-minding a series of high-profile global cyber attacks targeting foreign governments, private corporations, critical infrastructure and even the Olympic Games. The US Justice Department says the computer hackers are responsible for the most disruptive and…
 
Police are investigating multiple accusations of sexual assault against several Wellington musicians. One woman who spoke out online about the musicians' alleged behaviour says she got dozens of responses from women, men and minors describing similar attacks. Those making the accusations allowed her to share their experiences, provided their identi…
 
National Party MPs have emerged from their first post election caucus with a public show of unity after its disastrous result. Their numbers were slashed from 54 to 35 and could go even lower after special votes are counted. This morning the surviving MPs farewelled their former colleagues, with emotions running high. RNZ political editor Jane Patt…
 
Russian fishing crews believed to be at the centre of a covid outbreak at an isolation facility had all tested negative and spent fourteen days isolating in their own homes before boarding a charter flight to New Zealand, according to one of the companies employing them. The Ministry of Health has confirmed that 11 people have tested positive for t…
 
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