Today on Nine to Noon

09:05 DHB's sentinel events

Dr Peter Roberts, Clinical Leader of Internal Medicine at Wellington Hospital and author of Snakes and Ladders - the Pursuit of a Safety Culture in New Zealand Public Hospitals; and Professer Jenny Carryer, Executive Director of the College of Nurses

09:20 Hawkes Bay Health Board

Dr David Grayson, Clinical Director of Surgery at Hawkes Bay Regional Hospital

09:30 Lisa Cropp riding Chief Justice's horse

Bill Hodge, Auckland University law Professor; and Paul Moroney, Trainer of racehorse Resolution

09:50 Elderly sex offender being sentenced to home detention in his pensioner unit

Derek Morrison, Chief Executive Officer from Anglican Care

10:10 UK correspondent Jon Dennis

10:17 Recipient of Scholarship on behalf of Fred Hollows Foundation

Dr John Szetu, Pacifc eye surgeon and Director of the Pacific Eye Institute in Suva and Regional Medical Director of the Fred Hollows Foundation NZ.

10:45 Reading. The Sound of Butterflies by Rachael King

(Part 10 of 11)

11:05 Book Review with John King

The Fall of the House of Bush by Craig Unger
Published by Simon & Schuster
ISBN 978 074 328 0754

11:15 Maori Issues with Paul Diamond

11:30 100 years of New Zealand's Olympic involvement

Joseph Romanos, Sports author of Our Olympic Century

11:45 New Technology with Colin Jackson