RNZ: Nine To Noon

RNZ: Nine To Noon

Sports commentator Dana Johannsen

Sport NZ's draft principles for transgender athletes are causing some disquiet in the sporting...

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Fury over Wellington arts restructure

There is concern in Wellington art circles over the axing of a key role at Wellington's City...

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Kobolds - Jeremy Randerson

Actor Jeremy Randerson explores the ethics of saving native over other creatures in a sold out...

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Asia correspondent Ed White

Ed has an update on Japan and the Olympic games, with the International Olympic Committee...

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Single life - suits Emma John

Emma John speaks with Lynn Freeman about embracing single life in a world where being in a couple...

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Book review - Sixteen Horses by Greg Buchanan

Sally Wenley reviews Sixteen Horses by Greg Buchanan, published by Macmillan.

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Education review recommends systematic shift

A new report finds children are being short-changed in primary school classrooms, with teachers...

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Lefties vs righties: when do children develop hand dominance?

How and when do children become left handers or right handers? Christchurch based educator,...

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Film and TV reviewer Laumata Lauano

Film and TV reviewer Laumata Lauano joins Kathryn to look at Untold Pacific History, a...

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Book review - Before You Knew My Name by Jacqueline Bublitz

Carole Beu of the Women's Bookshop reviews 'Before You Knew My Name' by Jacqueline Bublitz,...

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Technology commentator Peter Griffin

Technology commentator Peter Griffin joins Kathryn to look at what US President Joe Biden's push...

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Climate Commission to government - don't delay on carbon cuts

The government has until the end of the year to respond to the final report of the Climate Change...

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New stock exchange for smaller companies

New Zealand has a new stock exchange - designed specifically for small and medium-sized...

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UK correspondent Matt Dathan

UK correspondent Matt Dathan joins Kathryn to talk about the growing pessimism that the...

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Do something for nothing - How a haircut sparked a movement

We all know how uplifting a trip to the hairdresser or barber can be, but it's often an...

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Immigration : where do we go from here?

Kathryn speaks with Massey University demographer and Distinguished Professor Paul Spoonley about...

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Employment law with Charles McGuinness

Charles joins Kathryn to talk about two recent employment issues, the first relating to an...

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Retirement village residents need better protection: report

45,000 New Zealanders live in retirement villages but they have less protection than tenants in...

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Landmark study finds MDMA-assisted therapy can help post traumatic stress

landmark study in the United States has found the drug MDMA or ecstasy - when linked with...

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