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Join The Detail team every weekday as they make sense of the big stories with the country’s best journalists and experts. Produced by Newsroom for RNZ, and made possible by NZ on Air. Listen on RNZ National at 6.30pm Monday-Thursday.
 
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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As Auckland's flooding has further exposed the city's infrastructure issues, Pattrick talks to Kathryn about how to fund and how much to fund stormwater infrastructure. Also, the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment, Simon Upton, has written to Energy Minister, Megan Woods warning that the Government's energy strategy timetable is far too…
 
As Auckland's flooding has further exposed the city's infrastructure issues, Pattrick talks to Kathryn about how to fund and how much to fund stormwater infrastructure. Also, the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment, Simon Upton, has written to Energy Minister, Megan Woods warning that the Government's energy strategy timetable is far too…
 
Marlborough District Council wants to hear from the public on what should be done with Marlborough Sounds roads to make them safe and resilient against future flood events. Since that devastating rain in August, Samantha says it's been a rather dry summer, with the river flows so low in some places that the perennial toxic algae issue in the lower …
 
Marlborough District Council wants to hear from the public on what should be done with Marlborough Sounds roads to make them safe and resilient against future flood events. Since that devastating rain in August, Samantha says it's been a rather dry summer, with the river flows so low in some places that the perennial toxic algae issue in the lower …
 
Lynn Freeman reviews three of her favourite books from last year: A Runner's Guide to Rakiura by Jessica Howland Kany, published by Quentin Wilson; Barefoot by R.V. Bayley, published by Eden Street Press and The Art of Copying Art by Penelope Jackson, published by Palgrave Macmillan
 
Lynn Freeman reviews three of her favourite books from last year: A Runner's Guide to Rakiura by Jessica Howland Kany, published by Quentin Wilson; Barefoot by R.V. Bayley, published by Eden Street Press and The Art of Copying Art by Penelope Jackson, published by Palgrave Macmillan
 
Bruce Cotterill and Paul Muir are a couple of Auckland blokes trying to help other blokes by raising awareness of -- and money for -- for mental health and prostate cancer. The friends are the brains behind Bike for Blokes, a charity they set up last year as they cycled the length of the country, raising nearly $220,000. Both men have had close fri…
 
Bruce Cotterill and Paul Muir are a couple of Auckland blokes trying to help other blokes by raising awareness of -- and money for -- for mental health and prostate cancer. The friends are the brains behind Bike for Blokes, a charity they set up last year as they cycled the length of the country, raising nearly $220,000. Both men have had close fri…
 
US correspondent Danielle Kurtzleben joins Kathryn to talk about the ongoing negotiations into raise the debt ceiling after US government debt hit its limit of US$31.4 trillion last week. Meanwhile the long fight over the speakership and debt ceiling crisis have caused some in the Republican party to question whether its lost its way. And Utah has …
 
US correspondent Danielle Kurtzleben joins Kathryn to talk about the ongoing negotiations into raise the debt ceiling after US government debt hit its limit of US$31.4 trillion last week. Meanwhile the long fight over the speakership and debt ceiling crisis have caused some in the Republican party to question whether its lost its way. And Utah has …
 
The government's fuel subsidy comes to an end today, and there are warnings the cost of some goods could rise. Transport companies are estimating everyday goods could rise, with one source in the meat industry suggesting it could be by 4 to 5 percent, as the cost of freight increases. In April last year, the government introduced a Transport Suppor…
 
The government's fuel subsidy comes to an end today, and there are warnings the cost of some goods could rise. Transport companies are estimating everyday goods could rise, with one source in the meat industry suggesting it could be by 4 to 5 percent, as the cost of freight increases. In April last year, the government introduced a Transport Suppor…
 
Aucklanders are bracing for more rain later today. In West Auckland, the hilly, bush-clad suburb of Titirangi is one of the hardest hit. Days of heavy rain has brought down slips, leaving some homes teetering on hillsides and tearing huge chunks out of roads. Thousands of residents are without water, and while water tankers have been brought in, th…
 
Aucklanders are bracing for more rain later today. In West Auckland, the hilly, bush-clad suburb of Titirangi is one of the hardest hit. Days of heavy rain has brought down slips, leaving some homes teetering on hillsides and tearing huge chunks out of roads. Thousands of residents are without water, and while water tankers have been brought in, th…
 
Wellington's harbourmaster says he'll be very surprised if weather caused the breakdown of a Cook Strait ferry on Saturday night. The InterIslander's Kaitaki lost its engines in a rough swell on its afternoon sailing from Picton, and drifted dangerously close to the rocky south coast of Wellington. It seems two new ferries, set to replace the fleet…
 
Wellington's harbourmaster says he'll be very surprised if weather caused the breakdown of a Cook Strait ferry on Saturday night. The InterIslander's Kaitaki lost its engines in a rough swell on its afternoon sailing from Picton, and drifted dangerously close to the rocky south coast of Wellington. It seems two new ferries, set to replace the fleet…
 
Just last week we heard vegetable prices might come down, thanks to favourable growing conditions - welcome news for households struggling with inflation. But key growing region Pukekohe was battered by the extreme rain and floods that struck Northland and Auckland over the weekend, with more rain forecast to come. So what does that mean for grower…
 
Just last week we heard vegetable prices might come down, thanks to favourable growing conditions - welcome news for households struggling with inflation. But key growing region Pukekohe was battered by the extreme rain and floods that struck Northland and Auckland over the weekend, with more rain forecast to come. So what does that mean for grower…
 
The person looking after Waikato Regional Council's response to the weather system walloping parts of the area says the Coromandel in particular is entering "unknown territory" as it struggles to cope with the system. Rick Liefting says the worrry today is not just about flooding but the geology of the area, and how it may or may not behave as the …
 
The person looking after Waikato Regional Council's response to the weather system walloping parts of the area says the Coromandel in particular is entering "unknown territory" as it struggles to cope with the system. Rick Liefting says the worrry today is not just about flooding but the geology of the area, and how it may or may not behave as the …
 
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