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17 February 2015

===12:04 AM. | All Night Programme===
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Including: 12:05 Music after Midnight; 12:30 Spectrum (RNZ); 1:05 From the World (RNZ); 2:05 The New Jazz Archive: Great Jazz Cities - Philadelphia (3 of 8); 3:05 Odyssey and Images, by Andris Apse and Ron Crosby (9 of 10, RNZ); 3:30 An Author's View (RNZ); 5:10 Witness (BBC)

===5:50 AM. | In Parliament===
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===6:00 AM. | Morning Report===
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Radio New Zealand's three-hour breakfast news show with news and interviews, bulletins on the hour and half-hour, including: 6:18 Pacific News 6:22 Rural News 6:27 and 8:45 Te Manu Korihi News 6:44 and 7:41 NZ Newspapers 6:47 Business News 7:42 and 8:34 Sports News 6:46 and 7:24 Traffic

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06:00
Top Stories for Tuesday 17 February 2015
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NZ commitment to Iraq a foregone conclusion; Labour continues to oppose NZ involvement in anti-IS coalition; Defence chief to attend anti Islamic State coaltion talks; New Zealander's drug smuggling trial to start in Bali; 'World-class' convention centre could be built for $400M; Ireland shock Windies in Cricket World Cup opener.
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Duration: 29'27"

06:06
Sports News for 17 February 2015
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An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
Topics: sport
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Duration: 2'15"

06:16
Pacific News for 17 February 2015
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The latest from the Pacific region.
Topics: Pacific
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Duration: 2'38"

06:22
Morning Rural News for 17 February 2015
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News from the rural and farming sector.
Topics: rural, farming
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Duration: 4'13"

06:27
Te Manu Korihi News for 17 February 2015
BODY:
A government appointed official charged with helping to tackle the Kauri dieback disease says rahui could have the power to help stop it spreading further; Two bus-loads of Ngai Tuhoe whanaunga have travelled to Wellington to be guests of the police, in a further step to repair relations between both parties; New statistics, which detail the performance of tribes in education has been described by the authority overseeing 25 tribal schools, as a driver for iwi to do better; A large totara log has been shipped to South America, where two Māori carvers will soon arrive to make a pou maumahara - or memorial sculpture.
Topics: te ao Māori
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Duration: 3'30"

06:47
Greece deal appears no closer
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The latest on the Greek debt talks coming into the newsroom. A deal appears no closer after a meeting of euro zone finance ministers in Brussels in the past few hours.
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Tags: Greece
Duration: 36"

06:50
Investors pan Contact Energy's plans to invest offshore
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Investors have delivered an emphatic thumbs down to Contact Energy's suggestion it may invest in geothermal power stations overseas.
Topics: business
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Tags: Contact Energy
Duration: 2'59"

06:52
Consumer spending is expected to remain robust
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Consumer spending is expected to remain robust, but some economists say growth will be kept in check by lower dairy incomes. Official figures show seasonally adjusted retail sales rose by 1 point 6 percent in the three months to December compared with the previous quarter.
Topics: economy
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Tags: consumer behaviour
Duration: 1'43"

06:53
Service sector expansion bodes well for manufacturing sector
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A business lobby group says a strong expansion in the services sector may indicate that last month's abrupt slowdown in manufacturing might just be a blip, rather than the start of a trend.
Topics: business, economy
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Tags: manufacturing, services sector
Duration: 1'30"

06:54
Spark's 1st half revenue expected to be flat, rise in EBITFS
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One analyst says Spark's half year financial result is expected to reflect ebbing revenue from its landline phone business, while its ability to control costs remains uncertain.
Topics: business
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Tags: Spark
Duration: 1'43"

06:56
Investors told not be fearful about struggling global economy
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Investors are being told the global economy is not as bad as it seems, despite the risk of deflation, further stimulus plans by central banks, and signs of slower growth.
Topics: economy
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Tags: investment, global economy
Duration: 2'19"

07:06
Sports News for 17 February 2015
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An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
Topics: sport
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Duration: 2'05"

07:10
NZ commitment to Iraq a foregone conclusion
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New Zealand's Defence chief Lieutenant General Tim Keating leaves today for Saudi Arabia where he'll attend a meeting of anti Islamic state coalition military heads. His departure comes just days before Cabinet makes a decision whether to commit New Zealand military personnel to the coalition in Iraq and what form that assistance will take.
Topics: defence force
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Tags: Iraq
Duration: 4'00"

07:15
Labour continues to oppose NZ involvement in anti-IS coalition
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Labour continues to oppose New Zealand's involvement in the United States-led anti IS coalition. Andrew Little says this country doesn't have the air strike capability to engage, and the military training option suggested for New Zealand troops won't make a difference.
Topics: politics, defence force
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Tags: Iraq
Duration: 7'30"

07:23
Defence chief to attend anti Islamic State coaltion talks
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The meeting in Riyadh coincides with an escalation in the hostilities between Islamic State and Egypt. Egypt overnight launched airstrikes overnight in response to Islamic State's execution of 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians in Libya. In the Egyptian capital, Cairo, Egyptians had woken to angry headlines calling for revenge.
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Tags: Islamic State
Duration: 5'06"

07:28
New Zealander's drug smuggling trial to start in Bali
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The trial of the New Zealand grandfather who could face death by firing squad in Indonesia is due to get underway today. Antony de Malmanche, who is 52, was detained by the police in Bali in December last year for allegedly trying to bring nearly two kilograms of methamphetamine into Indonesia.
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Tags: Antony de Malmanche, Indonesia
Duration: 3'23"

07:36
'World-class' convention centre could be built for $400M
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An American architect who's built a dozen award-winning convention centres says a "world-class" convention centre could certainly be built for 400-million-dollars in Auckland. It comes after SkyCity's backdown for taxpayer money to fund the shortfall of up to 130-million-dollars for the city's convention centre.
Topics: business
Regions: Auckland Region
Tags: convention centre
Duration: 3'45"

07:40
Ireland shock Windies in Cricket World Cup opener
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The West Indies' fears were realised yesterday when they slumped to a four-wicket loss to Ireland in Nelson. Ireland's batsmen reeled in their first innings total of 304-7 with over four overs to spare. This was not Ireland's first Cricket World Cup upset, and this Irish fan was not surprised by his teams early success.
Topics: sport
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Tags: cricket, Cricket World Cup
Duration: 5'05"

07:44
Questions over police crackdown on courtsiding
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The involvement of the police in the crackdown on the practice as known as courtsiding at Cricket World Cup games is being questioned. Courtsiding involves a spectator at an event passing on real-time information to overseas gamblers, seconds before the play had been broadcast on television.
Topics: sport
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Tags: police, courtsiding, gambling, cricket, Cricket World Cup, betting
Duration: 5'05"

07:52
Insurance man says 'he' suggested Lundys increase policy
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A life insurance salesman has given evidence that he suggested Mark and Christine Lundy increase their policy to one-million dollars each, and that it was the Lundys who turned the offer down. The Crown says Mr Lundy killed his wife and daughter to gain a large insurance pay-out.
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Tags: Mark Lundy
Duration: 3'28"

07:57
New Zealanders arrested on yacht in Sydney
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Two New Zealanders on the run from authorities have been arrested in Sydney after apparently sailing a stolen yacht across the Tasman. Warrants had been issued for Paul James Bennett and Simone Wright, who are also known by various other names.
Topics: crime
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Tags: Paul Bennett, Simone Wright, Australia
Duration: 3'50"

07:58
Markets Update for 17 February 2015
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A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
Topics: business, economy
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Tags: markets
Duration: 35"

08:07
Sports News for 17 February 2015
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An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
Topics: sport
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Duration: 2'20"

08:12
Egypt strikes at ISIS following apparent beheadings
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The reprisals against Islamic State continues, with Egypt bombing targets in Libya after the terror group's beheading of 21 Egyptian Christians. Egypt says the attack by its F16 fight jets focused on IS camps, training sites and weapon storage areas across Egypt's border in Libya, near the militant-held city of Derna.
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Tags: Islamic State, Egypt
Duration: 4'54"

08:19
Men charged over Copenhagen attacks
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Denmark is observing a day of mourning for the victims of the weekend's terrorist attack in the capital Copenhagen. Flags are flying at half mast, and thousands of people are expected to gather in towns and cities to commemorate the two men who died at the hands of 22-year-old Omar El Hussein.
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Tags: Denmark
Duration: 5'08"

08:21
Jewish headstones vandalised in Dunedin
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Large swastikas have been drawn on both a Jewish and a Christian headstone in Dunedin's Southern cemetery in the past week. Three old Jewish headstones have also been smashed. The police are investigating - meanwhile the vandalism has been called gutless, shameful and ignorant by the race relations commissioner Dame Susan Devoy.
Topics: crime
Regions: Otago
Tags: Dunedin
Duration: 4'04"

08:26
Auckland Council to take closer look at boarding houses
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The Auckland Council is getting ready to put some of the city's boarding houses under greater scrutiny. Critics say the houses can be overcrowded, unsafe and unsanitary - and don't have to be licenced or have a permit.
Topics: housing
Regions: Auckland Region
Tags: Auckland, boarding houses
Duration: 3'11"

08:30
Coast to coasters blinded by mystery substance
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The organisers of the South Island's annual coast to coast race are stumped as to what caused the temporary blindness of several of the competitors at the weekend. So far nine contestants have reported symptoms such as blurred vision, pain, and loss of sight while taking part in the race including the winner of the one day event, Braden Currie.
Topics: sport
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Tags: cycling, Coast to Coast
Duration: 3'23"

08:32
Markets Update for 17 February 2015
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A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
Topics: business, economy
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Duration: 55"

08:41
EQC defends its record
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The Earthquake Commission is insisting the current model for settling earthquake claims is the right one. That's despite a report from one of the country's largest insurers that says the system is inefficient and is having a significant impact on the timely resolution of claims in Christchurch.
Topics: Canterbury earthquakes
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Tags: insurance, eqc, Earthquake Commission
Duration: 3'12"

08:42
Hackers pull off $1B bank heist
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It's been called the biggest bank heist in history with as much as one billion US dollars stolen from 100 banks around the world. Internet investigators say a sophisticated gang of Russian, Chinese and Ukranian criminals have been tapping banks' internal systems since 2013.
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Tags: heist
Duration: 7'25"

08:49
Te Manu Korihi News for 17 February 2015
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Two bus-loads of Ngai Tuhoe whanaunga have travelled to Wellington to be guests of the police, in a further step to repair relations between both parties; A government appointed official charged with helping to tackle the Kauri dieback disease says rahui could have the power to help stop it spreading further; New statistics, which detail the performance of tribes in education has been described by the authority overseeing 25 tribal schools, as a driver for iwi to do better; A large totara log has been shipped to South America, where two Māori carvers will soon arrive to make a pou maumahara - or memorial sculpture.
Topics: te ao Māori
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Duration: 3'32"

08:53
Black Caps go under the hammer at Indian Premier League auction
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The Black Caps bowler, Trent Boult, was sold for the fifth highest amount of any foreign player at the Indian Premier League auction in Bangalore last night. Boult was one of eight current Black Caps players going under the hammer, and was bought by the Sunrisers Hyderabad team for 814-thousand dollars.
Topics: sport
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Tags: cricket, Trent Boult
Duration: 2'27"

08:55
Ireland cricket team beats West Indies
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Ireland romped to a four-wicket victory over the West Indies in their opening 2015 World Cup clash in Nelson yesterday. The Irish reduced West Indies to 87-5 after opting to field first but the Caribbean side managed a brilliant recovery through a 154-run stand for the sixth wicket.
Topics: sport
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Tags: cricket, Cricket World Cup
Duration: 1'36"

08:57
Scientists now able to explain cloud-like plumes on Mars
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Huge cloud-like plumes that were spotted by amateur astronomers stretching hundreds of kilometres into Mars's atmosphere have defied explanation - until now. The plumes, which the amateurs saw in early 2012, are far larger than anything ever seen before on the red planet, and don't fit with what scientists already know about Mars.
Topics: science
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Tags: Mars
Duration: 2'23"

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===9:06 AM. | Nine To Noon===
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Current affairs and topics of interest, including: 10:45 The Reading: Swimming in the Dark, by Paddy Richardson, told by Michele Amas (7 of 12, RNZ)

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09:05
Egypt bombs IS in Libya after beheading of Egyptian Christians
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Egypt has bombed Islamic State targets in Libya after the militants released video of the beheadings of 21 Egyptian Christians who had gone there for work. Jared Malsin is a journalist based in Cairo, who contributes regularly to Time Magazine.
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Tags: Egypt, Libya, Islamic State
Duration: 16'32"

09:20
The crackdown on nicotine products for e-cigarettes.
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People using electronic devices - or e-cigarettes - to get them off smoking are being forced to get around the rules by importing their own products from overseas and a public health expert Chris Bullen says the Ministry of Health is sitting on its hands and needs to regulate the products. Nell Rice is a buyer for Cosmic Corner which had been supplying the nicotine products and has kicked a 20 year smoking habit with the help of e-cigarettes.
Topics: health
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Tags: e-cigarettes, smoking, nicotine
Duration: 24'44"

09:50
US correspondent - Luiza Savage
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The debate over America's involvement in the war against Islamic State, and the immigration law change being held up by a funding freeze.
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Tags: USA
Duration: 6'32"

10:05
Bill Browder - entrepreneur to global human rights crusader
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Hedge fund manager Bill Browder on his campaign to avenge his Russian lawyer's death in custody and how he became one of Vladimir Putin's most wanted. Bill Browder is a Chicago-born, UK-based hedge fund manager, who made a fortune investing in post-Soviet Russia, after the fall of the Berlin Wall. Initially he was a fan of President Vladimir Putin, but after uncovering alleged corruption involving senior members of the Russian police, judges, officials, lawyers and the Russian mafia, he was deported and deemed a national threat. His lawyer in Moscow, Sergei Magnitsky, continued to probe the corruption and this ultimately cost him his life.
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Bill Browder is a hedge fund manager who invested heavily in post-Soviet Russia, after the fall of the Berlin Wall, and is now one of Vladimir Putin’s most wanted.
Initially he was a fan of President Putin, but after uncovering alleged corruption involving senior members of the Russian police, judges, officials, lawyers and the Russian mafia, he was deported and deemed a national threat.
His lawyer in Moscow, Sergei Magnitsky, continued to probe the corruption and was arrested on suspicion of tax avoidance and jailed, dying in custody after nearly a year. An investigation found that he had been severely beaten just before his death.
Sergei Magnitsky's death changed Bill Browder from entrepreneur to global human rights crusader. He's won a landmark set of sanctions from the U.S. Congress, including visa bans and asset freezes against those linked with his lawyer's death, and is pushing for European governments to do the same. He also wrote a book about Sergei Magnitsky's death - it's called Red Notice.
Bill Browder talks to Kathryn Ryan.
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Tags: Russia
Duration: 28'01"

10:28
Book Review - The Girl on the Train
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Written by Paula Hawkins, published by Doubleday and reviewed by Lisa Finucane.
Topics: books
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Duration: 5'02"

11:05
Business with Rod Oram
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Discusses the ongoing twists and turns in the Sky City convention centre saga and the Green Party's call for the New Zealand Super Fund to divest interests in fossil fuels.
Topics: business
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Tags: SkyCity, Divestment in Fossil Fuels, NZ Super Fund, Green Party
Duration: 17'14"

11:25
How to stop snoring
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It can ruin relationships as well as a good night's sleep. But is there a solution to snoring?
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Sharing a bed with a snorer and can make even the calmest person feel murderous. Whether it be the whistle, the freight train, the constant low rumbling, darth vadar rasping, or full sleep apnoea, where the snorer actually stops breathing for a time. It's estimated snoring causes 25 percent of couples to sleep apart.
Physiotherapist and breathing educator, Tess Graham regularly works with snorers and their partners - many of whom are at the end of their tether.
She says snoring is treatable, and it all comes down to how we breathe.
The Canberra based therapist and author has spent the past 22 years working with snorers, and teaching them breathing techniques to prevent snoring.
I have helped over 6000 people breathe and sleep better, simply through changing the way they breathe. I have been told that I've saved countless relationships

Tess Graham says most people breathe too fast, and into their chests rather than their diaphragms. Proper breathing, that will prevent snoring, should be silent, through the nose and at about 8 - 12 breaths per minute.
Undoubtedly, the number-one breathing fault today, in incidence and the trouble it causes, is mouth-breathing. It is well recognized that asthma, snoring and sleep apnea are worse in people who use their mouth to breathe.

Tess Graham is visiting Christchurch next month to hold a seminar on breathing to prevent snoring.
She talks to Kathryn Ryan about how to re-train ourselves to breathe properly.
Topics: health
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Tags: snoring
Duration: 15'43"

11:45
Media with Gavin Ellis
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Gavin Ellis questions whether the Sunday programme crossed the line with its segment on the Jesse Ryder assault case, and looks at the Herald's paywall plans.
Topics: media
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Duration: 15'37"

11:58
Celia Lashlie dies
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Author and social commentator Celia Lashlie has died after a battle with pancreatic cancer.
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Tags: Celia Lashlie
Duration: 1'10"

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09:05 Egypt bombs IS in neighbouring Libya after beheading of Egyptian Christians
Egypt has bombed Islamic State targets in Libya after the militants released video of the beheading of 21 Egyptian Christians who had gone there for work. Jared Malsin is a journalist based in Cairo, who contributes regularly to Time Magazine.
09:20 A crackdown on nicotine products for e-cigarettes is forcing those wanting to quit smoking to their get products from overseas
People using electronic devices – or e-cigarettes – to get them off smoking are being forced to get around the rules by importing their own products from overseas and a public health expert Chris Bullen says the Ministry of Health is sitting on its hands and needs to regulate the products. Nell Rice is a buyer for Cosmic Corner which had been supplying the nicotine products and has kicked a 20 year smoking habit with the help of e-cigarettes.
09:45 US correspondent Luiza Savage
10:05 Red notice - Bill Browder
Bill Browder is a hedge fund manager who invested heavily in post-Soviet Russia, after the fall of the Belin Wall, and is now one of Vladimir Putin’s most wanted.
Initially he was a fan of President Putin, but after uncovering alleged corruption involving senior members of the Russian police, judges, officials, lawyers and the Russian mafia, he was deported and deemed a national threat.
His lawyer in Moscow, Sergei Magnitsky, continued to probe the corruption and was arrested on suspicion of tax avoidance and jailed, dying in custody after nearly a year. An investigation found that he had been severely beaten just before his death.
Sergei Magnitsky's death changed Bill Browder from entrepreneur to global human rights crusader. He's won a landmark set of sanctions from the U.S. Congress, including visa bans and asset freezes against those linked with his lawyer's death, and is pushing for European governments to do the same.
Bill Browder's written a book about Sergei Magnitsky's death - it's called Red Notice.
10:30 Book Review: The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins
Reviewed by Lisa Finucane
10:45 The Reading: Swimming In The Dark by Paddy Richardson
A young teacher's quiet life in Central Otago is thrown into chaos that recalls the dangers of East Germany life under the feared Stasi. Told by Michele Amas (Part 7 of 12).
11:05 Business commentator Rod Oram
The ongoing twists and turns in the SkyCity convention centre saga and the Green Party's call for the New Zealand Super Fund to divest interests in fossil fuels.
11:30 How to stop snoring
Expert on stopping snoring, Tess Graham says snoring is incredibly destructive on relationships, and is caused in most cases by people breathing incorrectly, such as, through their mouths, breathing too fast, too often and into their chests not diaphragms. Tess Graham is a Breathing Educator and Physiotherapist. She wrote the book: Relief from Snoring and Sleep Apnea.
11:45 Media commentator Gavin Ellis
Gavin Ellis questions whether the Sunday programme crossed the line with its segment on the Jesse Ryder assault case, and looks at the Herald's paywall plans.

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Artist: Sharon Jones
Song: Long Time, Wrong Time
Composer: Gastelum
Album: Give the People What They Want
Label: DaptoneQ
Time: 09:25
Artist: Bic Runga
Song: This Girl's prepared for War
Composer: Runga
Album: Belle
Label: Sony
Time: 10:43am
Artist: Dusty Springfield
Song: Spooky
Composer: Middle Brookes Jnr / Buie / Cobb / Sha
Label: Maverick
Time: 11:45

===Noon | Midday Report===
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Radio New Zealand news, followed by updates and reports until 1.00pm, including: 12:16 Business News 12:26 Sport 12:34 Rural News 12:43 Worldwatch

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12:00
Midday News for 17 February 2015
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The Government's yet to decide whether troops could shoot to kill if sent to Iraq and hundreds of millions of dollars' worth of traffic fines remain unpaid.
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Duration: 15'19"

12:17
Westpac settles with regulators
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Westpac Bank will pay 3 million dollars after becoming the third bank to settle with the Commerce Commission over interest rate swap products that some farmers claimed were misleading.
Topics: business
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Tags: Westpac
Duration: 1'20"

12:18
Greater sharemarket activity has helped lift NZX's profit
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Greater sharemarket activity has helped lift NZX's full year profit.
Topics: business
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Tags: NZX
Duration: 1'24"

12:19
Property for Industry lifts full-year profit by half
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Full year profits at Property for Industry have jumped by half.
Topics: business
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Tags: Property for Industry
Duration: 1'10"

12:21
Pacific brands makes first half loss
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Pacific Brands has reported a loss of 108 point 7 million Australian dollars in the six months to December, primarily due to writedowns of its assets.
Topics: business
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Tags: Pacific Brands
Duration: 1'09"

12:24
Midday Markets for 17 February 2015
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For the latest from the markets we're joined by .... Brad Gordon at Macquarie Private Wealth
Topics: business
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Tags: markets
Duration: 2'56"

12:26
Midday Sports News for 17 February 2015
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The toss was a good one to win for the New Zealand cricket captain Brendon McCullum in their World Cup match against Scotland in Dunedin.
Topics: sport
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Duration: 2'14"

12:34
Midday Rural News for 17 February 2015
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News from the rural and farming sectors.
Topics: rural, farming
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Duration: 9'03"

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===1:06 PM. | Afternoons===
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Information and debate, people and places around NZ

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13:07
Your song - Maybe Baby
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Geoff Barker from the UK has chosen 'Maybe Baby' by Buddy Holly and the Crickets.
Topics: music
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Duration: 12'59"

13:20
TV review with Phil Wallington
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Good taste and bad language on TV. The forthcoming Gallipoli Commemorations and programmes.
Topics: media
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Tags: television
Duration: 14'52"

13:36
Book review with Graham Beattie
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'One-dish dinners - Easy all-in-one meals' by Penny Oliver, published by Penguin Books, 'A Treasury of New Zealand Baking - over 100 classic recipes from NZ's best-known chefs and food writers' - Edited by Lauraine Jacobs, published by Random House, and 'Recipes from my French Kitchen' by Alyson Gofton, published by Penguin.
Topics: books
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Duration: 5'18"

13:41
Music review with Roger Marbeck
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Featuring Jacques Loussier and Curtis Harding.
Topics: music
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Duration: 13'52"

13:55
Web review with Ele Ludemann
BODY:
10 commandments of the grocery store.
Topics: internet
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Duration: 4'40"

14:08
Tuatara Surfeit
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Most of us probably think of the tuatara as an endangered native species and one which needs careful protecting. So it is may well be surprising to hear that at the Southland Museum & Art Gallery, they are preparing for the possibility of euthanising tuatara. To explain the background, the museum's curator Lindsay Hazley
Topics: science
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Tags: tuatara
Duration: 6'56"

14:16
Mars Haze
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A mysterious haze high above Mars has left scientists puzzled. The vast plume was initially spotted by amateur astronomers in 2012, and appeared twice before vanishing, the BBC reports. Scientists have now analysed the images and say that the formation, stretching for more than 1000 kms, is larger than any seen before
Topics: science
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Tags: Mars
Duration: 8'03"

14:24
Mars One
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Auckland man, Saeed Ghandhari, has just been named among 100 people to have made it through the next round of the Mars One selection.
Topics: science
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Tags: Mars One
Duration: 6'51"

14:45
Feature album - Through the Eyes of Wonder
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"We want to see equality" that's the message of the next album by Stevie Wonder. The soul legend told Billboard that he wants to take people "to a place of positivity" with his forthcoming record, due out in September, tentatively titled Through the Eyes of Wonder. Wonder called the Sandy Hook school shooting in Newtown Connecticut "a wake up call"
Topics: music
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Duration: 15'14"

15:07
Lynda Blackmon Lowery
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By the time Lynda Blackmon Lowery was 14, she had been arrested nine times in the struggle by black Americans for basic civil rights in the early 1960's. She was the youngest person to make the five day, 86 kilometer march with civil rights leader Martin Luther King Junior from Selma to Montgomery Alabama. She was among the protesters beaten by police and still bear the scars from stitches to her face and back of her head. Selma, the movie, is released in New Zealand this week. Lynda Blackmon Lowery talks about her experience, the power to change, and living each day of your life as a journey in history.
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By the time Lynda Blackmon Lowery was 14, she had been arrested nine times in the struggle by black Americans for basic civil rights in the early 1960s.
She was the youngest person to make the five day, 86 kilometer march with civil rights leader Martin Luther King Junior from Selma to Montgomery Alabama.
She was among the protesters beaten by police and still bears the scars from stitches to her face and back of her head.
The movie Selma is released in New Zealand this week.

Lynda Blackmon Lowery talks to Simon Mercep about her experience, the power to change, and living each day of your life as a journey in history.
Topics: history
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Tags: Martin Luther King Junior, Lynda Blackmon Lowery, Selma
Duration: 25'47"

15:45
The Panel pre-show for 17 February 2015
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Your feedback, and a preview of the guests and topics on The Panel.
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Duration: 14'25"

21:46
Portable X-ray Detector
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Nicola Winch has developed a portable X-ray detector which could allow images to be taken at emergencies and sent to hospital before a patient arrives
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by Ruth Beran
X-ray imaging is widely used to record what is inside objects. X-rays are taken in hospitals to look at bone fractures, at dentists to look for cavities in teeth, and by vets to look at breaks in race horses' legs. X-rays are also used by engineers to look for cracks in pipelines and at the airport to image the contents of suitcases during security checks.
At Victoria University of Wellington, a portable X-ray detector has been developed which could allow people like medical responders to take X-ray images on the scene in an emergency and send them to hospitals or treatment centres before a patient even arrives.
The system was developed by PhD student Nicola Winch to test materials for recording X-ray images created by supervisor Andy Edgar and his team, and consists of two components, the read out unit contained in a hard-shelled box and a commercial x-ray generator which sits on a tripod. The imaging plate is in the box, which can be removed. The box is of a size that would take a laptop or a musical instrument. The system “uses an optical technique, so using light to read the x-ray images,” says Winch “The box is very robust and can withstand the knocks and is also light tight since we’re using optical methods.”
The detector uses a large number of custom made items put together in an integrated fashion. “One of the neat features about this one is we can use smart phones to take these images, or iPads or laptops, so it’s totally wireless and it will connect via standalone wireless networks,” says Winch. It’s also light and rugged. “So you could take it just about anywhere you wanted,” she says. The image can be transmitted easily over a range of 20 or 30 metres and the image recorded can reach a size of 20MB, but would be limited to the resolution of the receiving device.
The system offers portability, is light weight, has very easy communications and ease of use. “We see it having great potential in many applications,” says Edgar. “Of course our original purpose was to demonstrate how our own imaging plates and materials work, and still that’s its immediate use for us, but we can see it having much wider applications than just that.”
Edgar’s team are also developing materials for recording x-ray images, to replace photographic film which has been used for at least 100 years. These materials are used to record the passage of x-rays through materials to highlight dense objects inside lighter ones. “For example, bones in tissue stand out of course in an x-ray image,” says Edgar.
The materials being developed are sheets of glass. “When I talk of a glass people think of window glass or the glass they have in spectacles,” says Edgar. “Those are long standing historic glasses, but the term glass doesn’t really refer to a specific chemical composition…it’s a state of matter. It’s a random organisation of the atoms in a solid material.”
The glasses Edgar and his team work on are very different to those used in window glass, instead of silica or phosphorous oxides they are based on fluoride. These materials are made in argon gas to prevent a reaction with the water vapour in air. They are melted in a radio frequency induction furnace, where the power of a radio transmitter is concentrated into a small crucible containing the glass material which is melted, poured onto a cold plate and frozen into its amorphous state.
The glass looks transparent, but is doped. So if ultraviolet light is shone onto it, it glows red. If it is X-rayed, it glows orange. “So if we pick out the orange light and discard the red light we have a direct image of where X-rays have fallen on the plate and hence an image of whatever was placed in the X-ray beam between the plate and the source of X-rays,” says Edgar.
These materials record with greater sensitivity and require fewer X-rays to develop the image, which is better for people’s health. “You can record an image and then erase the image and use the same imaging plate,” says Edgar. “We make a plate out of this material, use the same plate time and time again, just by simply erasing it each time you use it, there’s no nasty chemicals involved which is for example in photographic film where one has to use developer and so forth.” They are also compatible with computers.
Topics: science, technology, health
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Tags: X-rays, images, mobile, portable, detector
Duration: 19'02"

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1:10 Your Song
Maybe Baby by Buddy Holly and the Crickets. Chosen by Geoff Barker
1:20 The Critics
1. TV review - Phil Wallington
2. Books - Graham Beattie
3 Music - Roger Marbeck
4. Web - Ele Ludemann
2:10 Tuatara Surfeit
Most of us probably think of the tuatara as an endangered native species and one which needs careful protecting. So it is may well be surprising to hear that at the Southland Museum & Art Gallery, they are preparing for the possibility of euthanising tuatara. To explain the background, the museum's curator Lindsay Hazley
2.20 Mars Haze
A mysterious haze high above Mars has left scientists puzzled. The vast plume was initially spotted by amateur astronomers in 2012, and appeared twice before vanishing, the BBC reports. Scientists have now analysed the images and say that the formation, stretching for more than 1000 kms, is larger than any seen before
2:30 NZ Reading - The Crime Of Huey Dunstan
Ches puts his case of flashback in defence of Huey, and dines with an old friend, Andrew Gort
2:45 Feature album
Stevie Wonder "Innervisions" (1973)
3:10 Lynda Blackmon Lowery
By the time Lynda Blackmon Lowery was 14, she had been arrested 9 times in the struggle by black Americans for basic civil rights in the early 1960's. She was the youngest person to make the 5 day, 86 kilometer march with civil rights leader Martin Luther King Junior from Selma to Montgomery Alabama. She was among the protesters beaten by police and still bear the scars from stitches to her face and back of her head. Selma, the movie, is released in New Zealand this week. Lynda Blackmon Lowery talks about her experience, the power to change, and living each day of your life as a journey in history
3:35 Science and environment stories
PhD student Nicola Winch has developed a portable X-ray detector, which could allow images to be taken on the scene of an emergency and sent to the hospital before a patient arrives. Ruth Beran goes to Victoria University to meet Nicola, and her supervisor Andy Edgar, to see the device in action
Stories from Our Changing World.
3:45 The Panel Pre-Show
With Jim Mora, Noelle McCarthy, Michele A'Court and Tony Doe

===4:06 PM. | The Panel===
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An hour of discussion featuring a range of panellists from right along the opinion spectrum (RNZ)

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15:45
The Panel pre-show for 17 February 2015
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Your feedback, and a preview of the guests and topics on The Panel.
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Duration: 14'25"

16:06
The Panel with Michele A'Court and Tony Doe (Part 1)
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Topics - what the panelists Tony Doe and Michele A'Court have been up to. Jim Mora acknowledges the passing of social justice campaigner Celia Lashlie. Designer Francis Hooper of WORLD joins the Panel to say if it's justified to sell a school PE shirt for $62. Dean of Law at the University of Otago Mark Henaghan ties up some legal lose ends about the NZ Police turfing pitch-siders out of the CWC.
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Duration: 22'57"

16:07
Panel Intro
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What the panelists Tony Doe and Michele A'Court have been up to.
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Duration: 22'57"

16:10
Tribute to Celia Lashlie
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Jim Mora acknowledges the passing of social justice campaigner Celia Lashlie. .
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Duration: 50"

16:11
A tale of two boats
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Passengers on the Devonport ferry got a fright today, and up to 20 of them suffered minor injuries when the Seabus Kea banged into the wharf. Police were notified of the stolen yacht by an Auckland student on holiday.
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Duration: 1'13"

16:12
PE Tops According to Francis Hooper
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Designer Francis Hooper of WORLD joins the Panel to say if it's justified to sell a school PE shirt for $62.
Topics: education
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Duration: 8'06"

16:20
New Zealand's embarrassing stadiums
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84,000 fans crammed into a revamped Melbourne Cricket Ground, while Christchurch's Hagley Oval, although beautiful, was unable to squeeze in nearly as many spectators.
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Duration: 2'31"

16:22
Pitch-siders Breaking Trespass Laws
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Dean of Law at the University of Otago Mark Henaghan ties up some legal lose ends about the NZ Police turfing pitch-siders out of the CWC.
Topics: sport
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Duration: 5'52"

16:31
The Panel with Michele A'Court and Tony Doe (Part 2)
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Topics - what's on the minds of panelists Tony Doe and Michele A'Court . There must be a cheaper way to furnish an office of 200 staff. Michelle Maitland of George Walker office furniture has an alternative. The question of letting terrier dogs kill stoats, before stoats kill our endangered species. The no. 1 public enemy now the stoat, says DOC. The story still festering of the t-shirt in the Canterbury Museum. Copenhagen is full of heavily armed police officers and the constant sound of sirens as the government warns citizens that things are about to change.
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Duration: 27'33"

16:33
Men's Earnings and Housework
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The more men earn the less housework they do. More people are paying someone to do their housework.
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Duration: 4'48"

16:37
Panel says
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What's on the minds of panelists Tony Doe and Michele A'Court .
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16:42
New Furniture for MBIE Costs $360k
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There must be a cheaper way to furnish an office of 200 staff. Michelle Maitland of George Walker office furniture has an alternative.
Topics: politics
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Duration: 7'40"

16:50
Killing stoats
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The question of letting terrier dogs kill stoats, before stoats kill our endangered species. The no. 1 public enemy now the stoat, says DOC.
Topics: environment
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Duration: 4'06"

16:54
Shirt in the Canterbury Museum.
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The story still festering of the t-shirt in the Canterbury Museum.
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Duration: 2'22"

16:56
Copenhagen begins to understand its new reality
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Copenhagen is full of heavily armed police officers and the constant sound of sirens as the government warns citizens that things are about to change."
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Duration: 3'31"

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===5:00 PM. | Checkpoint===
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Radio New Zealand's two-hour news and current affairs programme

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17:08
Twelve people injured in Auckland ferry accident
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Passengers and tables went flying on an Auckland ferry which slammed into the Devonport wharf this morning.
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Duration: 3'25"

17:11
Ferry owners respond
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Fullers Chief Executive Doug Hudson got to the wharf about an hour after the crash.
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Duration: 4'02"

17:15
NZ troops still don't have authority to shoot to kill in Iraq
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The Iraqi Government may have invited New Zealand troops to train its army but it still has not given authority for them to shoot to kill if they do go.
Topics: defence force
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Duration: 2'43"

17:18
Man who killed homless man had 110 previous convictions
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It's been revealed a man today sentenced for the brutal murder of a homeless man, had over a hundred previous convictions, including an assault that left a woman on life support.
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Duration: 3'29"

17:22
Man arrested for stealing a yacht facing other charges
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A New Zealander arrested on a stolen yacht by Australian police last night has already appeared in a Sydney court, but the woman he was with has been set free.
Topics: crime
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Duration: 1'38"

17:24
Website has been posting alerts
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Darren McManaway edits LiveSailDie.com, Australasia's biggest sailing website which has been posting alerts about the stolen yacht.
Topics: crime
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Duration: 3'15"

17:27
Lashlie determined to start on updated book
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Celia Lashlie had been preparing to start writing new chapters for an updated version of her celebrated book He'll Be OK, in the days leading up to her death.
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Duration: 5'46"

17:37
Today's market update
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The New Zealand dollar has strengthened due to uncertainty over the timing of interest rate cuts in Australia.
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Duration: 2'18"

17:39
Lundy family had financial problems at time of murders
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A jury has heard that Mark and Christine Lundy could NOT have met all their financial obligations at the time she and her daughter were killed.
Topics: crime
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Duration: 3'33"

17:43
Two men use chilly bin full of snapper to swim ashore
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Two Tauranga men say they would have never survived a three hour swim to shore without their lifejackets and their floating chilly bin full of snapper.
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Duration: 4'10"

17:47
Nine-year-old with HIV may be asked for views on treatment
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The nine year-old boy whose father refuses to give him treatment for HIV could be asked by the High Court what he thinks of medical care but first he would have to be told he has the potentially lethal virus.
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Duration: 2'48"

17:50
Labour continues criticism of SkyCity deal
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The Labour Party is pushing the Government to say if SkyCity's gambling concessions will be pared back to match any scaling back of the Auckland convention centre.
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Duration: 3'45"

17:54
3 News proudly pushes on with Te Reo
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Three News is shrugging off criticism of their weather presenters' regular use of Te Reo Māori. Kanoa Lloyd started working for the channel five months ago and has been surprised by the reaction. From Te Manu Korihi, Alexa Cook reports.
Topics: te ao Māori, media, language
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Duration: 3'26"

18:07
Sports News for 17 February 2015
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An update from the team at RNZ Sport.
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Duration: 3'15"

18:12
Three dead in logging truck crash
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Three people have been killed in a logging truck crash near Tokoroa this afternoon.
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Duration: 2'35"

18:15
Greens miffed at Little's spy committee snub
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The Green Party is accusing the Labour leader of breaking the law by not consulting it about who he's picked to go on a government spy oversight committee.
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Duration: 2'57"

18:18
Woman rescue from a sinking car
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A woman's been rescued from a sinking car at Northcote Point in Auckland this afternoon.
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Duration: 2'32"

18:20
Celia Lashlie remembered
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Tonight the former prison boss, author, researcher and social commentator Celia Lashlie, is being remembered for her work with teenage boys and stopping domestic violence.
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Duration: 4'18"

18:25
Medical records breach in building removal yard
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Plunket is trying to find out how bags of old medical records ended up on the floor of a house in a Taranaki building removal yard.
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Duration: 3'20"

18:28
Lawyers for Bali nine pair fighting to stop their move
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Lawyers for the two Australian men on death row in Indonesdia are fighting to stop them being moved to another prison to be executed.
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Duration: 4'09"

18:37
DHB asks High Court to step in over HIV boy's care
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The nine-year-old boy whose father refuses to give him treatment for HIV could be asked by the High Court what he thinks of medical care but first he would have to be told he has the virus.
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Duration: 4'30"

18:46
Report analyses the language used in restaurants' menus
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Restaurants that fill their menus with long, elegant words charge more than establishments preferring descriptions like zesty, rich or crispy.
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Duration: 4'04"

18:50
Te Manu Korihi News for 17 February 2015
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Three News is shrugging off criticism for their weather reporters' regular use of Te Reo Māori; Meanwhile, the Māori Language Commission says it's encouraging presenters to speak Māori as it's the best way to normalise and revitalise the language; A Tuhoe whanau representative is thanking the Police Commissioner for keeping his Te Urewera raids apology promise by inviting rangatahi to Wellington; And the Police Commissioner, Mike Bush, says both the police and Tuhoe whanaunga have come a long way in a short time.
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Duration: 3'01"

18:53
Today In Parliament for 17 February 2015 - evening edition
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More questions about the SkyCity convention centre deal. Debate on PM's statement continues. Tributes to Celia Lashlie.
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Duration: 4'50"

=SHOW NOTES=

===7:06 PM. | Nights===
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Entertainment and information, including: 7:30 The Sampler: A weekly review and analysis of new CD releases (RNZ) 8:13 Windows on the World: International public radio features and documentaries

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19:12
We Have Always Been Here
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How artist Léuli Eshraghi weaves the significance of his mixed heritage into his art, as seen in the exhibition as Tautai Artist in Residence, O la 'aitu laitiiti (We have always been here).
Topics: arts
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Tags: Tuatai Arts Trust., Pasifika
Duration: 16'37"

20:42
Left Thinking
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University of Otago political historian Assoc. Prof Brian Roper deconstructs public policies from around the globe... is Marx still relevant?
Topics: politics, economy, history
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Tags: Marx, Marxism, capitalism
Duration: 17'19"

20:59
Conundrum Clue 3
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Listen in on Friday night for the answer
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Duration: 20"

21:59
Conundrum Clue 4
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Listen in on Friday night for the answer
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Duration: 33"

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7:10 We Have Always Been Here

How artist Léuli Eshraghi weaves the significance of his mixed heritage into his art, as seen in the exhibition as Tautai Artist in Residence, O la 'aitu laitiiti (We have always been here).

Photos courtesy Tautai Contemporary Pacific Arts Trust.
7:30 The Sampler

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11:00
The Sampler for 17 February 2015
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Nick Bollinger reviews the 'contemporary spirituals' of Cuban-French twins Ibeyi; a personal approach to the Great American Songbook from Bob Dylan; and the meeting of Southern iconoclasts Jim White and the Packway Handle Band.
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Ibeyi. Photo supplied.
This week in The Sampler Nick Bollinger reviews the ‘contemporary spirituals’ of Cuban-French
twins Ibeyi; a personal approach to the Great American Songbook from Bob Dylan; and the meeting of Southern iconoclasts Jim White and the Packway Handle Band.
Ibeyi by Ibeyi (XL Recordings)
They call themselves Ibeyi, a Yoruba word meaning ‘twins’, but their names are Naomi and Lisa Diaz, nineteen-year-old identical twin sisters of Cuban and French descent.
Their father was the Cuban percussionist Anga Diaz, who had toured and recorded with everyone from the Buena Vista Social Club to Roy Hargrove, until his death in 2006. His hands held the history of Cuban drumming, going all the way back to the the slave ships. And Yoruba rhythms and vocal chants are building blocks the sisters use in many of their original songs. They have referred to these as ‘contemporary negro spirituals’. Yet if African and Cuban traditions hover like ancestral spirits behind these tunes, the surface are urban and modern, with synth lines and glitchy electronic beats accompanying their spell-binding voices.
Songs Featured: Oya, Think Of You, River, Weatherman, Stranger/Lover, Mama Says
Shadows in the Night by Bob Dylan (Columbia)
Whether or not Bob Dylan’s new album comes to you as a complete surprise depends how closely you have been following his career in recent years.
Frank Sinatra is the common denominator that runs through the ten songs, all standards from the pre-rock era that Sinatra (among others) has recorded before. It’s clear Dylan loves these songs, and feels a connection to their sentiments, using each one to say something simply yet profoundly about loneliness and loss, hardship and faith.
His band lends subtle voicings, colouring the complex chords with shades of western swing. Of course, some listeners – used to Sinatra’s cool legato – may recoil at Dylan’s delivery. And yet it’s striking how Dylan mutes his usual mannerisms for these performances, as if he’s trying to make himself transparent, a conduit for the songs rather than a bravura performer stamping his identity all over them. And if his singing occasionally moves stiffly and reveals more effort than I’d like to be aware of, I also hear in these recordings wisdom and bravery, and no small amount of love.
Songs Featured: I’m A Fool To Want You,Autumn Leaves,Some Enchanted Evening,Why Try To Change Me Now,Stay With Me,What’ll I Do?,That Lucky Old Sun
Take It Like A Man by Jim White & The Packway Handle Band (Yep Rock)
If you want an introduction to Jim White, and to find out where he fits into the world of southern gothic outsider poet oddballs, the best place to start might be the film Searching For The Wrong-Eyed Jesus, a quasi-documentary travelogue in which White plays native guide. Or you could just start with his latest album, Jim White Vs. The Packway Handle Band: Take It Like A Man, made with the Georgia alt-bluegrass quintet with which he shares credit.
Acoustically refreshed versions of old White songs sit comfortably alongside new originals. Summary of White’s southern-skewed view: ‘A barroom’s just a church where they serve beer.’
Songs Featured: Smack Dab In A Big Tornado, Jim 3:16, Wordmule Revisited, Sorrows Shine, Not A Song
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Tags: music review, Ibeyi, Bob Dylan, Jim White
Duration: 29'51"

7:30 The Sampler
A weekly review and analysis of new CD releases.
8:10 Windows on the World
International public radio documentaries - visit the Windows on the World web page to find links to these documentaries.
8:40 Left Thinking
University of Otago political historian Assoc. Prof Brian Roper deconstructs public policies from around the globe... is Marx still relevant?
9:06 The Tuesday Feature: Lions on Tour - The Jersey Returns!
An Irish rugby player and a young Māori woman meet in Dunedin in 1930. More than 80 years later his precious Lions rugby jersey goes home to Ireland. This 'Documentary on One' production follows its progress and tells its story (RTÉ Radio 1 Ireland)
10:00 Late Edition
A review of the news from Morning Report, Nine to Noon, Afternoons and Checkpoint. Also hear the latest news from around the Pacific on Radio New Zealand International's Dateline Pacific.
11:06 The Shed
Award winning former British broadcaster Mark Coles presents his pick of the best new music releases and demos from around the planet. A glorious mix of brand new sounds from all over the world, real conversations with music makers and tales of everyday life as seen from an English garden shed (8 of 13, MCM)

===9:06 PM. | None (National)===
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An Irish rugby player and a young Māori woman meet in Dunedin in 1930. More than 80 years later his precious Lions rugby jersey goes home to Ireland. This 'Documentary on One' production Lions on Tour – The Jersey Returns! follows its progress and tells its story (RTÉ Radio 1 Ireland)

===10:00 PM. | Late Edition===
=DESCRIPTION=

Radio New Zealand news, including Dateline Pacific and the day's best interviews from Radio New Zealand National

===11:06 PM. | None (National)===
=DESCRIPTION=

Award winning former British broadcaster Mark Coles presents his pick of the best new music releases and demos from around the planet. A glorious mix of brand new sounds from all over the world, real conversations with music makers and tales of everyday life as seen from an English garden shed (8 of 13, MCM)

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Date 17 Feb 2015