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Home is where the heart is, and there’s no question that Kiwis LOVE property. Newstalk ZB’s OneRoof Radio Show is a full-house of property talk, tips and tricks. Leading industry experts join us to discuss and debate the latest in market trends, investments, DIY and much more. Step inside The OneRoof Radio Show and make yourself at home.
 
Every weekday join the new voice of local issues on Canterbury Mornings with John MacDonald, 9am-12pm weekdays. It’s all about the conversation with John, as he gets right into the things that get our community talking. If it’s news you’re after, backing John is the combined power of the Newstalk ZB and New Zealand Herald news teams. Meaning when it comes to covering breaking news – you will not beat local radio. With two decades experience in communications based in Christchurch, John also ...
 
Open your mind to the world with New Zealand’s number one breakfast radio show. Without question, as New Zealand’s number one talk host, Mike Hosking sets the day’s agenda. The sharpest voice and mind in the business, Mike drives strong opinion, delivers the best talent, and always leaves you wanting more. The Mike Hosking Breakfast always cuts through and delivers the best daily on Newstalk ZB.
 
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The Government have decided to ignore the advice of Ashley Bloomfield. It's been revealed they have decided to keep the Auckland border up until December 15, despite the Director-General of Health saying it was no longer necessary to keep it up. Newstalk ZB Political Editor Barry Soper joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
National has unveiled its new-look line up with big promotions for Chris Bishop and Erica Stanford, now ranked fourth and seventh. Bishop has been reunited with the shadow leader of the house portfolio, which Collins stripped him of. Stanford has taken education from Paul Goldsmith, and retained the immigration portfolio. She has rocketed up the ra…
 
The leadership of the National Party is set to come down a vote. MPs will select a new leader at a caucus meeting about 3pm this afternoon with an announcement expected before the end of the day. Former Air New Zealand boss Chris Luxon appears to have the numbers over former party leader Simon Bridges. But Newstalk ZB Political Editor Barry Soper t…
 
Newstalk ZB political reporter Jason Walls joined Francesca Rudkin to dive into the National Party's turmoil and hedge his bets over who will emerge as leader. LISTEN ABOVEโดย Newstalk ZB
 
Volatility across global markets has been picking up sharply recently. Fisher Funds Senior Portfolio Manager Sam Dickie told Heather du Plessis-Allan it could be because of Omicron, but it’s probably more likely to be with what the Federal Reserve in the US is doing. “Powell is started to hint that he’s gonna take the punch bowl away. What I mean b…
 
By RNZ Fonterra farmer shareholders have voted overwhelmingly in support of a plan to revamp the co-operative's capital structure. It is one of the biggest votes in the co-operative's history. The structure had been proposed because the co-operative is concerned that as milk production falls, more farmers will look to sell their surplus shares to n…
 
Export volumes are expected to grow next year but global supply chain issues are predicted to get worse before they get better. ASB’s Trade Disruptions Report says consumers will likely feel the effects of supply chain disruption well into next year. NZ Herald Business Editor at Large Liam Dann told Heather du Plessis-Allan the report is a sign of …
 
A mortgage broker has come out swinging against the Government’s new restrictive lending laws. The new laws were brought in at the start of this month with the aim of protecting vulnerable borrowers. But Squirrel Managing Director John Bolton says they’ve been such a disaster that he’s on the point of starting a petition calling for the Commerce Mi…
 
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced tighter restrictions Wednesday to stem the spread of the omicron variant, urging people in England to again work from home and mandating COVID-19 passes for entrance into nightclubs and large events. Johnson said it was time to impose stricter measures to prevent a spike of hospitalizations and deaths …
 
BusinessNZ has rejected the Government’s offer for them to play a role in the Fair Pay Agreements Scheme. Chief Executive Kirk Hope told Mike Hosking the proposed system is fundamentally flawed. But Workplace Relations and Safety Minister Michael Wood says BusinessNZ’s refusal won’t impact the rollout of the scheme. Michael Wood joined Heather du P…
 
Canterbury doctor Jonie Girouard has been making the headlines for all the wrong reasons. A Newshub investigation revealed that she had been issuing fake vaccine exemption passes for the Pfizer vaccine. The Government launched the SmokeFree 2025 Action Plan today. The plan includes measures that by the end of next year people aged under 14-years-ol…
 
Kaiapoi doctor Jonie Girouard has been making the news for all the wrong reasons. A Newshub investigation last night revealed Girouard has been handing out fake medical exemptions for the Pfizer vaccine. NZ Herald reporter Kurt Bayer tried approaching Dr Girouard and her husband for comment earlier today. Bayer told Heather du Plessis-Allan he went…
 
A transport expert says Auckland's pricey cycle plans could put people off. More than $144 million out of a $1 billion City Council climate package will go on 18 kilometres of cycle infrastructure. Transport and infrastructure consultant Barney Irvine told Heather du Plessis Allan it reinforces negative perceptions around cycling. “For a lot of peo…
 
The Government’s SmokeFree 2025 Action Plan has been described as a bold initiative. It includes banning kids who will be 14 years old in a couple of years from ever buying tobacco in their lifetimes. For older generations, only very low-level nicotine products will eventually be sold in limited outlets. Associate Health Minister Ayesha Verrall tol…
 
Opotiki business owners are getting behind an iwi request to discourage visitors this summer. District Council and Te Whanau-a-Apanui are jointly asking would-be holidaymakers to stay away. The iwi says it's to stop Covid spreading into tribal territories with many vulnerable Maori. Councillor and iwi leader Louis Rapihana told Heather du Plessis-A…
 
Politicians shared emotional messages to the "brave" trans and wider community as they supported legislation that allows people to change their birth certificates to reflect who they are. It has been over four years since the Bill was introduced, and it has been thoroughly debated - at times fiery - at each stage finally getting to a point where to…
 
Australia's Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce said today he'd tested positive for Covid-19 while travelling in Washington DC. Joyce, who is fully vaccinated, said in a Facebook post that he'd been experiencing mild symptoms and decided to get tested. He said he would remain in isolation while seeking further advice. He said the remaining members …
 
The new US Ambassador to New Zealand has just arrived in the country. Tom Udall has been in the country for a little over a week after a stint of managed isolation. On the issue of China, he told Heather du Plessis-Allan he understands how New Zealand has a strong relationship with China but also spoken out strongly on some of the more contentious …
 
Workplace Relations Minister Michael Wood is trying to pretend it’s not a big deal that BusinessNZ has pulled out of the Fair Pay Agreement system. Be in no doubt, this is a big deal. This is a massive spanner in the works for the Minister’s big project. The way the Fair Pay Agreement system was supposed to work was that — if you got 1000 workers i…
 
Any pretence that Hui Ka Yan, once China's richest man, remains in control of events at China Evergrande Group ended this week as state representatives took the majority of seats on a new risk management committee established by the heavily indebted developer. In a statement issued on Monday night after shares in Evergrande fell to a record low in …
 
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday ordered an inquiry and said he was "furious" after a leaked video showed senior members of his staff joking about holding a lockdown-breaching Christmas party. The video has poured fuel on allegations that officials in the Conservative government flouted coronavirus rules they imposed on everyone el…
 
Here is the con. Just yesterday, in a 24-hour period, the Golden Shears are off. It was followed by the Marlborough Food and Wine Festival, which is also off. Is this the summer we were promised? Is this us getting back to doing the things we love as the Government rhetoric and the endless advertising has promised? All we had to do was get jabbed a…
 
Aaron Sorkin is one of Hollywood's most accomplished writers and directors. He created the iconic TV shows West Wing and Newsroom. Add to that, his writing credits extend to a Few Good Men, Moneyball and The Social Network. That earned him an Oscar and Golden Globe for Best Screenplay. Now he's dipping his toe back into directing with his latest fi…
 
Richlister Murray Bolton has funded a successful MIQ exemption bid for an award-winning Kiwi stunt co-ordinator who needs to travel to Australia to work on a $168 million Mad Max film production. It cleared the way for Hamilton-based Tim Wong - who has worked alongside Hollywood A-listers Ben Affleck, Scarlett Johansson and Jennifer Lawrence - to f…
 
Covid-19 extensions to travel insurance are avaliable, but they don't cover everything. That's the message from the Insurance Council ahead of next year. It wants travellers to keep in mind that big government decisions like lockdowns or cancelled flights won't usually be covered. Chief Executive Tim Grafton told Mike Hosking the extensions could s…
 
It's unclear whether a North Canterbury doctor will open her rooms today, after being caught issuing fake exemptions to the Covid vaccine. Dr Jonie Girouard who runs a weight loss clinic in Kaiapoi, has been secretly recorded by Newshub saying the Covid-19 vaccine is horrible medicine. She's issuing medical certificate exemptions to the vaccine, to…
 
Labour's flagship industrial relations policy is being criticised for being out of touch with modern ways of working. Business New Zealand's refusing to take part in the creation of Fair Pay Agreements, claiming they're unlawful. Chief Executive Kirk Hope told Mike Hosking they mean a small employer in Te Awamutu, for example, would be part of a na…
 
Chris Hipkins admits there is still work to do convincing parents their children should be vaccinated against Covid-19. The vaccine roll-out for five to 11-year-olds is set to start next month, pending MedSafe approval. But new Ministry of Health research shows a third of caregivers are against or unsure about their children under 12 being vaccinat…
 
An investment into development for a sector that is rapidly growing that will help deliver thousands of jobs and more than a billion to the economy. Resource consent has been approved for a new $280 million Silverlight Studios film studio development near Wānaka. It will involve a film school, screening theatre and exhibition centre, cafes and rest…
 
It’s been a year and chances are if you’re a business owner, you just want to be paid before going off on holiday. But a lot of businesses stopped paying their invoices during the lockdown. So how do you go about getting invoices paid? Business doctor Jung Chun joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
The annual report card for the sharemarket is out and unsurprisingly, it isn't looking too flash. The sharemarket is down a couple of percentage points this year, which is a big disappointment vs other global markets that have been strong. Milford Asset Management Portfolio Manager Mark Riggall joined Heather du Plessis-Allen. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Britain’s Foreign Office abandoned many of the nation’s allies in Afghanistan and left them to the mercy of the Taliban during the fall of the capital, Kabul, because of a dysfunctional and arbitrary evacuation effort, a whistleblower alleged Tuesday. In devastating evidence to a parliamentary committee, Raphael Marshall said thousands of pleas for…
 
After months of fighting over where to host the next America’s Cup, the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron will hold its AGM in Auckland. NZ Herald Wellington Business Editor Hamish Rutherford told Heather du Plessis-Allan it’s going to be a showdown. “Tomorrow will be probably the showdown of months and months, not only about where the America’s Cup…
 
There are calls to have the Government rethink the way KiwiSaver is catered for women specifically. Auckland University Director of Retirement Policy Susan St John reckons the conventional career path for women is very different to that for men, with motherhood and other responsibilities getting in the way. She wants government contributions to be …
 
The story for Northland checkpoints is constantly changing. The police have said they're only doing spot checks but iwi say they are checking all cars. Dunedin City Councillor Lee Vandervis has been trespassed from the Council Building. He was served a notice after he didn’t produce a vaccine pass when arriving for a meeting and declined to leave w…
 
This revelation today that Auckland’s border should’ve come down five days ago is not surprising, but it is astounding. It’s infuriating. We’ve now learned that Ashley Bloomfield’s advice to the Government was that the Auckland border should’ve come down as soon as we moved into the Traffic Light System, which as we well know happened on Friday. He…
 
A Dunedin City Councillor has been trespassed from the Council Building. Lee Vandervis arrived at the building for a council meeting yesterday, but then didn’t produce his vaccine passport. He was then asked to leave, declined and served a trespass notice. Lee Vandervis joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Poor old Wellington. First the pipes were bursting and now the rubbish is starting to pile up on the streets. Apparently because of a nationwide truck driver shortage, rubbish is taking quite a while to get collected. Wellington Council Chief Infrastructure Officer Siobhan Procter joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
The Covid Response Minister's defending keeping Auckland's border up. Previously unreleased health advice reveals Cabinet was advised to lift the region's border when the country moved into the Traffic Light System. It was contained in the Director-General of Health's affidavit to the Waitangi Tribunal, which is holding a hearing on the new Covid-1…
 
Early lab results from a small South African study suggest the Covid Omicron variant may be able to bypass some of the Pfizer vaccine's antibodies. Researchers studied samples from 12 double-jabbed people and found a 41-fold drop in antibodies’ virus-blocking ability in some. They say more research is needed to confirm the impact of booster shots. …
 
China has threatened the Biden administration with retaliation over its decision to impose a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, warning the move could harm bilateral relations. The Biden administration said Monday it would not send an official United States delegation to the Beijing Winter Games as a statement against China'…
 
Tai Tokerau Border Control wants to be sure every car coming through Northland's checkpoints are following the Covid requirements. That's despite Police already saying not every vehicle will be stopped at the two short-term northbound checkpoints south of Whangarei from next Wednesday. Reuben Taipari told Heather du Plessis-Allan they aim not to ho…
 
Russian President Vladimir Putin has built military capacity on the border of Ukraine that is "much larger and on a much more lethal scale" than preceded Russia's 2014 invasion of Crimea, Under Secretary of State Toria Nuland said Tuesday, warning of severe risks to Moscow if it invades Ukraine. Moscow has positioned approximately 100 tactical grou…
 
The first Parliamentary showdown between Christopher Luxon's new-look National Party and Jacinda Ardern's Labour Government did not disappoint - with Speaker Trevor Mallard demanding that MPs on both sides quieten down. It was Luxon's first go at firing questions at Ardern, targeting the Prime Minister on the non-delivery of extra ICU beds and conf…
 
Raewyn Kavermann owns Fuschia Boutique in Newmarket in Auckland. They have been there for 25 years. They will no longer be opening their doors on Saturdays because of what happened last Saturday with the anti-vaccine/anti-mandate protests. Kavermann makes a mistake. But in making the mistake, who can blame her? She is yet another victim in what is …
 
There is some great news for sailing fans. It's been announced this morning that New Zealand has secured a four-year deal to bring the Sail GP competition to our shores. After having to be cancelled due to MIQ restraints this year, Lyttleton will host the first Sail GP grand prix season ever held here and then Auckland and Lyttleton will host alter…
 
It's up to the public to decide if Sandra Goudie should stay or go. The Thames-Coromandel mayor doesn't want Pfizer's Covid-19 jab and has recently spoken to an Australian anti-vaccination group. A code of conduct complaint's been made against her, but the district council says the matter has been resolved informally. Governance New Zealand vice pr…
 
Shane Jones says Northland iwi have no right to demand covid checkpoints be kept in place over summer. Police have confirmed they'll be working with local iwi to keep checkpoints in place on State Highway 1 at Uretiti near Waipu, and on State Highway 12 near Maungaturoto. The Government says iwi have legitimate concerns about protecting vulnerable …
 
The Government is being blamed for delay in firearms licensing. Owners have to wait six months for renewal and 12 months for a new licence. The Act Party says the delay will cause stress for legal owners. Firearms Spokesperson Nicole McKee says told Mike Hosking rushed legislation after the Christchurch terror attack needs to be changed. “We want t…
 
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