Nine To Noon for Tuesday 3 July 2012
09:05 Key stages of the Emissions Trading Scheme postponed
Simon Terry is the Executive Director of the Sustainability Council of NZ.
09:25 Detox centres for police detainees
Janis Adair, National Manager of Investigations for the Independent Police Conduct Authority, discusses why the IPCA is calling for the establishment of detox centres or temporary shelters for heavily intoxicated people as a way to prevent deaths of people in custody.
09:45 US correspondent Jack Hitt
The Supreme Court ruling on Barack Obama's healthcare reforms, and what it will mean for the upcoming presidential election.
10:05 Feature guest - expat businessman Peter Watson
Peter Watson is a high-flying Kiwi expat businessman, who's held senior roles within American politics and commerce, and is a passionate believer in a more prosperous New Zealand.
10:35 Book Review with Louise O'Brien
The Governor's Wife by Mark Gimenez
Hachette NZ/Little, Brown
10:45 Reading: Smoking in Antarctica by Steve Braunias (Part 7 of 10)
In today's selected columns Steve takes a train ride to Hamilton and checks out the bird life in Takanini.
11:05 Business commentator Rod Oram
Tourism; and the NZX - how leaders are responding to big strategic challenges.
11:30 Managing Money with Hannah McQueen
Hannah is a young Auckland-based businesswoman and "financial personal trainer". She debunks what she calls the myth of 'the more you earn, the easier it is to get ahead'. The chartered accountant says the key is changing your relationship with money.
The Perfect Balance: how to get ahead financially and still have a life by Hannah McQueen, published by Allen and Unwin.
11:45 Film reviews with Graeme Tuckett
Graeme critiques A Royal Affair, Mental Notes, and gives his picks for the Film Festival.