Nine To Noon for Monday 29 June 2015
09:05 Huge increase in speeding tickets due to new digital speed cameras
Figures obtained by Nine to Noon under the Official Information Act show than the first 10 months since the Ngauranga Gorge digital speed camera went live, more than 21,000 tickets have been issued to motorists going over the speed limit.
09:20 Residents of Hokitika's only Rest Home face an uncertain future
Major flooding in the West Coast has forced the evacuation of the Allen Bryant Rest Home. Its 45 residents face an uncertain future as they wait 4-6 months to return. The Rest Home was named after Robyne Bryant's father. Her mother is one of the evacuated residents. She explains the upheaval faced by the residents and says it exposes flaws in the system. Karyn Bousfield, the Director of Nursing and Midwifery at the West Coast DHB says the event was one in a million.
09:45 Europe correspondent, Seamus Kearney
Seamus Kearney reports on the Greek debt crisis which threatens a banking crisis - banks are closed and the government looking to impose limits on bank withdrawals, long lines have formed at ATMs across the country; this follows the European Central Bank's decision not to increase emergency lending amounts.
10:05 Art Houses a haven for creative children to express themselves
Shona Hammond Boys has spent five decades passionately advocating for children to express themselves through art. She's an artist, teacher, writer founder and director of the NZ Children's Art Houses Foundation and recipient of the Queens Service Medal.
The art houses - which are a national network of after-school art clubs run by volunteers - are a haven, she says, for creative children who are not catered for in the same way that sporty children are in our society.
She's written a book which has been made into a short film called Oku More Moea. The film tells the story of Victory, a young talented artist living in a remote East Coast area and attitudes towards art within that community.
Yesterday, Shona left for Washington DC and the World Children's Festival where the film will screen, and with her, will be 9 children from Kutarere School near Opotiki - who were part of the film.
10:35 Book review: The Good Life on Te Muna Road by Deborah Coddington
Reviewed by David Hill, Published by Penguin Random House New Zealand.
10:45 The Reading: 'Heartland' by Jenny Pattrick read by Fiona Samuel (Episode 6 of 10)
11:05 Politics with Mike Williams and Matthew Hooton
11:30 Teaching kids to cook
Sarah Halewood runs school holiday cooking classes for 8 -12 year olds at Wellington's Pre-fab cafe. Children prepare a meal for their family's dinner that night. She shares some recipes for Pizza, Cucumber and Tomato Salad and Chocolate Mousse.
11:45 Urban issues Tommy Honey
Urbanist Tommy Honey discusses issues affecting city dwellers. Today he discusses Nostalgia, retro design and the power of television.
BBC's The Game Does for Brutalism What Mad Men Did for Mid-Century Design, CityLab
The real legacy of Mad Men: All that modernist furniture, Stuff.co.nz
Museum of the Moving Image, EXHIBITION - Matthew Weiner's Mad Men
Recreating the 70s for Westside, Viva, NZ Herald