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"Were well involved on arrival. A large amount of cars were involved in the fire, they stacked about three high. So it took some time to extinguish the student of the nature of how they stacked and where they placed. Norris says the fire has now been extinguished and a fire investigator is juwan sight today. It comes four and a half weeks after a separate scrap metal yard went up in flames just a couple of kilometers away. A push for change as police call outs for mental health issues are on the rise, mental health and suicide related call outs nationally have risen by 60% over the past 5 years. Figures released under the official information act reveal Canterbury alone has seen a 37% increase officers attending more than 9000 crisis calls in the region last year. Police association president Chris car hill says these calls are making the job difficult for officers. He says officers shouldn't be the first port of call, but if they are, they should be able to take export expert resources with them. There are concerns Queenstown won't be able to live up to its pre COVID reputation. The race to replace Queenstown likes outgoing me and Jim boltz as being fought by 6 different candidates, the new Mir has the task of leading the district through when economic recovery beset by critical lack of staff and lack of affordable housing near all hopeful and counselor Glenn lures is the whole country will struggle with Queenstown's reputation drops. It's one of the premium tourism changes, kind of provide us service to our visitors. What does that say to New Zealand as a whole? And the redevelopment of one of Christchurch's most popular summer fun spots has been given the green light. Christchurch city council is planning to make several changes to the role to reserve on the northwestern edge of the city, council head coastal ranger Robbie Houston is the plan ensures the reserve's natural beauty is protected while the accommodating the needs of several different user groups. It's got high wildlife values and incredibly important place for people to go swimming and enjoy the water. So we basically just needed something that maps out how we as staff manage this place. That's news, don't say big news with wit and forget the official outdoor cleaner for Eden park. Sports with John Ryan funeral directors continuing a family tradition since 1881. In New York City, sports good morning, right beyond Australia have reportedly sent a letter to the world governing body over the time wasting decision by referee Mathieu reinel, which cost him victory in last week's bladders like cup opener and Melbourne, the all blacks scored from the ensuing scrum to win the test in the final minute, the Australian newspaper claims a formal complaint has been issued. The second with ragbi the ran Philly shield has made its way to the capital now Wellington must try to embrace the shield for more than a week. The side has spent most of Sunday celebrating their 1912 triumph over hawks bay Lions coach Leo Crowley says the partying is on ice. Now though, with wakato coming to town this weekend. We're gonna back it up and one more one this weekend and with the province can have it all summer, you know? It's pretty exciting. So we're definitely ready for that, yeah. Burning CPC with kinase higher here to make your job easy. The world of coaching represents a melting pot of opportunity for white fern's great Aimee Saturn's way to she looks to transition to the next stage of her cricketing journey. The former New Zealand vice captain is signed as an assistant with the Adelaide strikers for this year's women's big bash, satisfied sis she'll follow the road as long as it goes. I think this is the limit in a way. I'm not going to put any limitations on it and at the same time not necessarily put some targets on it just to you, I think it's still pretty early doors for me at the moment and there's a lot of learning and growth for me. Status white will still feature for the Canterbury magicians, the season and what shapes as her final campaign domestically. Robert McIntyre has beaten U.S. open champion Matt Fitzpatrick in a playoff to win his second DP world tour golf title at the Italian open. Macintyre birdied the first extra hole after the pier with tired at 14 under par in regulation. And Canterbury have booked their tickets in the means rugby league premiership final with a round of play, the bulls upset counties, Monaco, 26 to 18 and not put in a while yesterday. That's a week on from their big win over wakato. I'm not really still here being news and sports are coming up 6 past ten John McDonald is next. You told zippy Christchurch, time save a traffic. Good morning, now taking a look at Lincoln road approaching Barrington in hitting up towards morehouse avenue with got moderate to heavy flows. Straight, sir, right by blenheim, so at times and then again, blenheim road approaching clarence and whitely avenue, thought of that a traffic there on Harper aired heading towards counter mill road and park terrace. Away tundra jammed to update sassy call us in your hands spree. Ivanka's honor for time saber Trafford. Weather with ryman healthcare, pioneering a new way of retirement living. Cloudy with a few spots of morning rain for Christchurch as we make our way to a top of 21° some high cloud hanging about and fresh north easterlies will ease the southern tonight's law was 8° before tomorrow Tuesday cloudy, clearing to find the high will lead 20°. At the moment, it's 14° with thanks to smart grass, the artificial grass that looks like the real thing, Canterbury mornings with John McDonald with you now. Use and views you can trust catering mornings with John McDonald and smart cross the artificial arm that looks like a real thing. News talks it be. It is 7 past ten and between our 11, we have Christchurch city mural candidate Phil major where the Smalling film going to John, how are you doing? I'm very well. So Phyllis here to take your questions, give us a call. Our 880 ten 80, you can talk directly to fill and if there's a missing piece and your thinking as you prepare to vote in the upcoming local body elections, now's your chance. I'll wait 180 ten 80 and put your questions to fill and we'll get the calls very shortly. Phil, can we just start your campaign slogan? Which I've seen plaster divers is the change we need. What does that mean? I think John, we've got to regain people's trust and counsel. Only 42% of the people out there have faith in what we do. We've got to turn this around. And I think we need a mirror who is going to be more hands on who gets out there in the community and listens. We need to know that people are seeing hearing and experiencing around the city. Then we can bring it back to the council table and make decisions that reflect on what people actually want. We don't need to be in the cross church offers micromanaging staff. Too often, we make decisions which local communities don't want. We're not good at actually bringing people along with us that's the change we need. Okay. So the last time we spoke on the show, I'll admit you took me by surprise a little bit. You said the biggest challenge facing Christchurch was the situation in bronze promptly, the things have changed since then. What do you now consider to be the biggest challenge facing Christchurch? Where does progressing on that on the Broadway pan, especially the organics process? But they can't be the biggest challenge. Oh, no, no, no, no. What's the biggest challenge? It's good to see that the Bromley plant is actually going to be shifted that's good. But there will always be challenges like this which pop up and need to go out and get and fix them. But looking over the next three years and beyond, I'd say the two biggest challenges facing the city are climate change and inflation not making the dollar go as far as what we're used to. But climate change should go plant lots and lots of trades like we're eco action out in the red zone and shamir place so we're planting some trace here on Sunday. They need to be applauded, but we need lots and lots of trace. Like the more the myriad because that tree is actually 8, cabin and that increases their cabin. So if you say climate change and flesh of the two big stitches facing Christchurch, what can it was mere doing things about those?
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"Family history of colon cancer. Most insured patients pay $0. Ask your provider or an online prescriber if Cologuard is right for you. Or visit Cologuard dot com. I'm in. When the news breaks, here at here, first, it's the Mike hosking breakfast, with Bailey's real estate, this is news talks in the news. It's 6 30 and 10° in Christchurch counter. I'm clear show what. A monumental moment in history, Queen Elizabeth II state funeral will be held at 10 p.m. New Zealand time tonight. At 5 30 our time, the lying in state periods ends, and at 9 45, the coffin will be taken in procession on a gun carriage to Westminster Abbey. New Zealand here will reporter Ed and Pearce's in London where he says there's incredible anticipation that accompanied by a somber feeling. He says people have bursts into tears as they see the coffin in person, and it's been very surprising to hear from people how confronting its being. Meanwhile, naita who lead at Tiffany o'regan will be one of those representing the Al Maori and the queen's funeral tonight. He has huge respect for the light monarch. Your majesty was a vibrant and keen into the well read and well informed about our own evolution within New Zealand King Charles of the same ill. Also today, closer to home, another fire has broken out set another scrap metal yard in the Christchurch suburb of woolston, fire and emergency New Zealand were called to the blaze on kilauea road at about ten 30 last night, initially there were more than 20 firefighters at the site. It comes four and a half weeks after a Cypriot scrap metal yard when tump and flames just a couple of kilometers away. Plans to ensure the country has access to healthy food for years to come. The government announced a new rules to protect highly productive land from becoming housing estates. It'll require counsels to identify math and manage that land, and only be able to rezone it for subdivisions in limited circumstances. Bio protection altira direct professor Amanda black says, it's better late than never. As I say that diesel's on the detail and positive tend to be quite general and broad. And that's how you implement them truly legislation and how those, I guess, managed. Counsels have three years to work out we're highly productive landers and then two years to change plans to make it clear where you're not allowed to subdivide. A Merrill hopeful believes a lack of affordable accommodation is holding down Queenstown. The queen sound likes mayoralty is wide open with incumbent Jim boltz stepping down at October's local elections. One of the 6 candidates will end up with the tasks of dealing with the districts critical lack of staff and affordable housing. Former lawyer and startup Queenstown chief executive Olivia winsley says accommodation is a pressing issue. We have people hot building in town. So during a day shift and the other one's doing a night shift that revolting is just not good enough. And a collection of notable New Zealand artwork says sold for 13 and a half $1 million. The bank of New Zealand collection includes pieces from the likes of Conor McKeon, Rita Angus and Robin white. However, there have been some critics of the sale one as former prime minister Helen Clark, who says because the pieces were born when the bank was state owned, the collection shouldn't be sold to private collectors. Webb's director of art, Charles Nino, says he can see why people want to speak about it. It's a great thing when artworks foster debate. And it's been a good thing to hear. What we have to say about the collection and to also have to express their love for the collection and the view of its importance. That's news talks they've been used with Hitachi hate pumps your affordable premium heat pumps. Sport with John Ryan feudal directors continuing a family tradition since 1881. In New York City, sport good morning, New Zealand has secured medals at the world of venting championships for the first time in 12 years. Tim price on falca has taken bronze just outside Rome and clear show jumping round, left him with 26.2 penalties overall, three behind winner yasmin ingham of Britain. The team with the addition of Janelle price and tints and debits on Monica Spencer in 21st also earned bronze behind winners Germany and the United States Tim price is the performance was uplifting with an Olympics on the horizon. Almost like the beginning of what, you know, we are so close to a gold medal at tangible. We can taste it and you know this here is a market point for what we are capable of as a little nation in the sport and it's only two years now to Paris. To Rowling and four advances from 5 for the New Zealand cruise on the opening day of the world championships in the Czech Republic wins from imma twig in the single skulls and Jackie kittle in the lightweight version led directly into the semifinals. Second for Matt McDonald and Tom mcintosh in the pierce saw them do the same and seeking for single scholar Jordan parry took him into the quarters lightweight double scullers met Dunham and Chris stockley missed the quarterfinals. To local headlines in Kenya, Canterbury women are national hockey champions, the cat spate north harbor two one in the final in dunedin. The main one, the third and fourth playoff three two over Auckland. The Canterbury bowls are two from two to open the national rugby league premiership they've beaten counties Monaco, 26 18, it's not for a while. The candy pride is open to their women's national league football campaign on a winning note. They've beaten central three goals to nil at English park. And a bright story result for Christchurch's Alice zeeman alongside Shauna Polly at the Asian beach volleyball championships in Thailand, the duo won the competition beating the heavily favored Australian two sim in the final. I'm not guilty. That's news talks he'd been news and sport to 24 away from 7 might cost him. He's with you next. Weather with ryman healthcare, pioneering a new way of retirement living. Currently with a few spots of rain for your Monday, then finding up with some high cloud for the afternoon fresh nor east delays will ease at the south as crash church makes its way to a top of 21° then down to 8 tonight tomorrow Tuesday cloudy, clearing becoming fine in the afternoon, nor the latest will ease across the day 20° our maximum then overnight down to 7. As for later in the week, it does start to cool down from about Wednesday through to Friday temperatures dropping back to about 12°. At the moment, it's 10°. On news talks it'd be. You told zippy Christchurch, time saber traffic. Say hello, holidays with Christchurch casino, good morning. Now taking a quick look at right across the garden city, we've got no delays on bronze street spout at selwyn light flows Richardson road westbound