Nine To Noon for Monday 7 October 2013
09:05 Raetihi businesses say they risk going under due to diesel spill in town water supply
Sandy Brett, manager of the Coach Caffe, in Seddon Street, Raetihi; Ruapehu Alpine Lifts CEO Dave Mazey; and Ruapehu District Council Deputy Mayor Don Cameron.
09:20 Terrorism in Africa
In the wake of massacres in Kenya and Nigeria we discuss whether terrorism in Africa is becoming more organised, with security analyst and Horn of Africa expert, Abdullahi Boru Halakhe.
09:30 The woman behind Bluff Marine Radio
Bluff woman Meri Leask has single-handedly kept Bluff Marine Radio going from her own home for more than three decades.
09:45 Middle East correspondent Irris Makler
10:05 Kieran McKay - NZ caver
Kieran McKay is an outdoor pursuits instructor and one of New Zealand's most accomplished cavers. He's been caving for 30 years, since he was 14, and is now working with a small team to link up two cave systems under the Arthur Range.
10:35 Book Review with Lisa Finucane
Quake Dogs by Laura Sessions
Published by Random House, RRP$34.99
10:45 Reading: End of the Alphabet, by Fleur Beale
Told by Sara Allen (Part 6 of 10)
11:05 Politics with Matthew Hooton and Mike Williams
11:30 Allan Fong - third-generation Pukekohe vegetable grower
Allan Fong is a third generation vegetable grower from Pukekohe. His family business The Fresh Grower now specialises in Asian greens such as the sweet stem broccoli and specialty lettuces, like baby cos.
Sweet Petite Cos Salad
11:45 Urbanist Tommy Honey
Walk score, walkability and walkonomics .
Walk Score Auckland
Walk Score Wellington
Walk Score Christchurch
An App That Tells You How Walkable a Street Really Is, Atlantic Cities
State of Place
State of Place index