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10:20 New Zealand police culture accused of bullying and toxicity

A report by the Independent Police Conduct Authority has found significant elements of bullying and a related negative culture within the police workforce. The police commissioner, Andrew Coster, is rejecting accusations the way it promotes officers could be corruption. Karyn speaks with Police Association president, Chris Cahill, about the report's findings.

Police conference in Wellington. Chris Cahill, NZ Police Association.

Photo: RNZ / Rebekah Parsons-King

10.28 Silver Ferns win the first game of the Constellation Cup series

The Silver Ferns have beaten the Australian Diamonds 49-44 in the first Test of the Constellation Cup in Christchurch. Karyn speaks with RNZ Sport's Bridget Tunnicliffe.

10:30 Remembering legendary Mushroom Music founder Michael Gudinski

Much loved Australian music giant, Michael Gudinski, has died overnight in Melbourne. He was one of the most influential figures in Australian music history founding Mushroom Records in 1972 and Frontier Touring in 1979 and launching countless international careers including Split Enz.

Mushroom founder Michael Gudinski dies in Melbourne overnight.

Mushroom founder Michael Gudinski dies in Melbourne overnight. Photo: supplied

10:45  Use or lose Kataia's movie theatre

Kaitaia's Te Ahu Cinema is closed right now with lockdown level 2 restrictions and it's losing hundreds of dollars a week because people are finding other ways to watch movies. Karyn speaks with Te Ahu Cinema's general manager, Mark Osborne, about its uncertain future.

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Photo: Te Ahu cinema