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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.

Latest Episodes

Off the beaten track with Kennedy Warne

Kennedy speaks to us from Kuaotunu, just north of Whitianga. On his mind, cockles, godwits wild roses and other pleasures of the Seabird Coast.

9 min23 h ago
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Off the beaten track with Kennedy Warne

Duck Island: bringing back the icecream parlour

Morgan Glass and Cameron Farmilo are two of the three founders of Duck Island Icecream, founded in Waikato five years ago.

9 min23 h ago
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Duck Island: bringing back the icecream parlour

Political commentators Mills & Morten

Stephen, Brigitte and Kathryn on what came out of National's AGM at the weekend, and increased pressure for the Government in the housing sector.

28 min1 d ago
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Political commentators Mills & Morten

Book review - Living with the Climate Crisis: Voices from Aotea

Shaun Barnett reviews Living with the Climate Crisis: Voices from Aotearoa edited by Tom Doig, published by Bridget Williams Books.

6 min1 d ago
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Book review - Living with the Climate Crisis: Voices from Aotea

Pioneering TEAL aviator - Oscar Garden

In 'Oscar Garden, A Tale of One Man's Love of Flying', his daughter Dr Annamaria Garden, takes a personal look at both her father's lone adventures, as well as his becoming chief pilot of TEAL, the forerunner of Air New Zealand during the flying-boat era.

29 min1 d ago
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Pioneering TEAL aviator - Oscar Garden

Europe correspondent Seamus Kearney

COVID forces last-minute Brexit talks to go virtual, as EU nations are warned not to ease lockdowns too soon. And the trial starts this week against former French President Nicolas Sarkozy on corruption charges.

8 min1 d ago
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Europe correspondent Seamus Kearney

Turning waste into dollars

Callaghan Innovation says local companies are on the way to making billions by turning industrial and biological waste into innovative products.

12 min1 d ago
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Turning waste into dollars

Let's talk about sex: Why teens' contraceptive use is dropping

A survey of 7,500 Kiwi teens has found their sexual activity has dropped - but so too has the use of condoms and other forms of contraception.

27 min1 d ago
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Let's talk about sex: Why teens' contraceptive use is dropping

The week that was

Comedians Te Radar and Gemma Gracewood.

9 min3 d ago
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The week that was

Sports commentator Dana Johannsen

Dana looks at the All Blacks' recent on-field vulnerabilities and whether it's fair to call for the axing of coach Ian Foster. Also, the IOC has announced plans for next year's Olympics and how they intend dealing with Covid. Stuff National Correspondent specialising in sport, Dana Johanssen.

12 min3 d ago
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Sports commentator Dana Johannsen

Latest Episodes

Off the beaten track with Kennedy Warne

Kennedy speaks to us from Kuaotunu, just north of Whitianga. On his mind, cockles, godwits wild roses and other pleasures of the Seabird Coast.

9 min23 h ago
Comments
Off the beaten track with Kennedy Warne

Duck Island: bringing back the icecream parlour

Morgan Glass and Cameron Farmilo are two of the three founders of Duck Island Icecream, founded in Waikato five years ago.

9 min23 h ago
Comments
Duck Island: bringing back the icecream parlour

Political commentators Mills & Morten

Stephen, Brigitte and Kathryn on what came out of National's AGM at the weekend, and increased pressure for the Government in the housing sector.

28 min1 d ago
Comments
Political commentators Mills & Morten

Book review - Living with the Climate Crisis: Voices from Aotea

Shaun Barnett reviews Living with the Climate Crisis: Voices from Aotearoa edited by Tom Doig, published by Bridget Williams Books.

6 min1 d ago
Comments
Book review - Living with the Climate Crisis: Voices from Aotea

Pioneering TEAL aviator - Oscar Garden

In 'Oscar Garden, A Tale of One Man's Love of Flying', his daughter Dr Annamaria Garden, takes a personal look at both her father's lone adventures, as well as his becoming chief pilot of TEAL, the forerunner of Air New Zealand during the flying-boat era.

29 min1 d ago
Comments
Pioneering TEAL aviator - Oscar Garden

Europe correspondent Seamus Kearney

COVID forces last-minute Brexit talks to go virtual, as EU nations are warned not to ease lockdowns too soon. And the trial starts this week against former French President Nicolas Sarkozy on corruption charges.

8 min1 d ago
Comments
Europe correspondent Seamus Kearney

Turning waste into dollars

Callaghan Innovation says local companies are on the way to making billions by turning industrial and biological waste into innovative products.

12 min1 d ago
Comments
Turning waste into dollars

Let's talk about sex: Why teens' contraceptive use is dropping

A survey of 7,500 Kiwi teens has found their sexual activity has dropped - but so too has the use of condoms and other forms of contraception.

27 min1 d ago
Comments
Let's talk about sex: Why teens' contraceptive use is dropping

The week that was

Comedians Te Radar and Gemma Gracewood.

9 min3 d ago
Comments
The week that was

Sports commentator Dana Johannsen

Dana looks at the All Blacks' recent on-field vulnerabilities and whether it's fair to call for the axing of coach Ian Foster. Also, the IOC has announced plans for next year's Olympics and how they intend dealing with Covid. Stuff National Correspondent specialising in sport, Dana Johanssen.

12 min3 d ago
Comments
Sports commentator Dana Johannsen
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