Best RNZ Podcasts (2020)
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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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Pacific community leaders share their aspirations for the NZ government post-election results; PNG corrections working to prevent deadly prison breaks; A constitutional change in Tonga raises some questions;Marshall Islands slams Chinese 'bullies' at Taiwan event in Fiji; PNG called on to change course away from extractive industries;Prioritising c…
 
Jade Morgan didn't let a 6-year prison sentence and early gang ties define him. His work reconnecting Dunedin prisoners with their whakapapa using Te Ao Maori - whether that's through martial arts, kapa haka or oratory - has been recognised with a national Te Putanga Toi Arts Access Award. He's been running his tikanga programme, Te Hokai Manea Tip…
 
A farm based wool carding business in Central Otago sends fibre ready for spinning to customers as far afield as Russia. Barb and Stuart Peel's carding machine was built in England in 1951 and was shipped to New Zealand where it was used in a Milton woollen mill. It now cards about five tonnes of wool a year. The natural, mixed and dyed fibre is th…
 
It's semi-final weekend for women's rugby's Farah Palmer Cup with Canterbury, Manawatu, Waikato and Auckland vying for a place in the title decider. Canterbury are favourites to advance and claim their fourth straight crown, but Waikato and Auckland are both battle hardened and bullish about their chances. Rugby reporter Joe Porter sizes up their c…
 
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