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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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One of the longest running podcasts. We talk about hard rock and metal. Hosted and produced by Mark Strigl. Guests have included members of Motley Crue, Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, Slayer, Exodus, System Of A Down, Motorhead, Kiss, Megadeth, Korn and many more. Established in 2005 by Mark Strigl and John "Ostronomy" Ostrosky. Please visit MarkStrigl.net for more info. Bonus content by Mark Strigl is available on Patreon.
 
ABOUT: With over 13 years in Bangkok Thailand, Emanuel Skinner has become a household name and a house music icon locally and abroad. Originally from San Francisco and now a Phuket local sharing his vision and sound all across South East Asia . With over 20 years experience filling the best and biggest venues from Jakarta, Singapore, China, India, to South Korea, Bangladesh to Malaysia, the Maldives, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam and all over Thailand (Chang Mai, Koh Tao, Koh Samui, Phuket, Pat ...
 
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Mark Strigl talks about Paul Di'Anno, the former singer of Iron Maiden and other stuff. Find all-things Mark Strigl here: MarkStrigl.net Follow Mark Strigl on Twitter: @talkingmetal Follow Mark Strigl on Instagram. Support this show by making a PayPal donation. Please consider sharing this episode on social media and leaving a 5-star review on Appl…
 
In further uplifting news, we have yet another alternative coming today in how to handle the Covid mess we are currently being damaged by. ACT yesterday rolled out their eminently sensible series of ideas based around the broad theme of wellbeing as opposed to pure health. How ironic is it that ACT is out empathising Labour? A centre right party ha…
 
The Moana Pasifika Super Rugby team has a home base. It's been announced that from next year Mt Smart Stadium will be their home ground, with a deal running until 2028. Key patron for the team, former All Black Sir Bryan Williams joined Mike Hosking. LISTEN ABOVEโดย Newstalk ZB
 
An Auckland medical centre is doing its bit to get 90 percent of New Zealanders vaccinated by Christmas. Mt Eden 575 Doctors has already managed to get that percentage of their five thousand patients jabbed, in just a month. Dr Jodie O'Sullivan told Mike Hosking they get a list of which of their patients have been vaccinated at 8am every morning, t…
 
Calls for countries to work together on international travel. Different governments have varying policies when it comes to vaccine passports and border rules. Massey University's Paul Spoonley told Mike Hosking international clarity is needed. "The rules are all over the place and we've got no harmonisation and nothing to say what are we going to d…
 
We had the latest round of MIQ rooms released last night - and queue another round of immediate disappointment for about 20 thousand people. A number of people contacted Newstalk ZB about missing out, having no hope etc. But one woman has had her opportunity taken away from her because of issues with the MIQ website. Caroline White got lucky until …
 
The Government is confident changes to property tax laws will give a leg up to first home buyers wanting to get on the property ladder The interest deductibility rules for landlords were released yesterday, and will come into force on Friday. Investors will be able to claim interest on new builds for up to 20 years, and owner-occupiers who rent roo…
 
A call to arms in our ongoing battle against Covid-19 - and it's all about being doubled-vaxed. Auckland recorded eight new cases in its Delta outbreak yesterday -- and there are currently seven unlinked cases from the past fortnight. Tauranga residents with symptoms are being urged to get tested, after Covid was detected in the city's wastewater. …
 
Let's meet another talented Kiwi musician who's starting to go places. Kendall Elise is tapping into the country music comeback in this country; she's been on the scene since her first album Red Earth in 2019. Now she's back with her second album Let The Night In - with the lead single Between Hello and Goodbye nominated as song of the year at this…
 
Shall we give balance a bit of a crack on the old polling? I have never really understood the preferred Prime Minister part of polling. We don't elect Prime Ministers; we can't vote for them. So beyond stoking a bit of rumour and scuttlebutt, whether Judith Collins is on 6%, 16% or 86% doesn't make an awful lot of difference. The same way David Sey…
 
Parents listen up - your kids will eat all their greens and healthy with this latest researched advice. Researchers in southern California, Queensland and South Australia analysed 80 different studies and have found a way for your kid to eat their broccoli. They say it is all to do with having family meals at the table and getting the kids involved…
 
We know about Adesanya now, but will he start an exodus of our top athletes living and competing here? Adesanya says he's moving to the US - the MIQ situation, increased difficulty to train and prepare for fights a couple of reasons cited, and he won't fight in New Zealand ever. We know the frustrations from the likes of Ryan Fox and Hayden Wilde w…
 
A road safety expert says lower speed limits may not necessarily save lives. Auckland Transport is proposing speed limit changes on a further 800 roads in the city. It was revealed this month that deaths on the region's road had increased despite previous speed limit changes. Engineering consulting firm WSP technical director Fergus Tate told Mike …
 
Act is calling for Covid-19 lockdowns to end, once and for all. Newstalk ZB can reveal the party will this morning unveil a policy to move away from the need to ever return to Alert Level Four. It's instead calling for targeted isolation of people who have tested positive for Covid, people who have returned from overseas, and vulnerable people. Act…
 
Some major employers within the horticulture industry say they're still in the dark when it comes to getting seasonal workers. Originally announced to be starting September, a one-way quarantine free travel trial with Pacific seasonal workers starts next week - the first week of October. The Government says workers from Vanuatu can start arriving o…
 
Event organisers are working through logistics of how vaccine passports will work at summer events. The Government's started consulting with concert, festival and other event organisers, about introducing making proof of vaccination mandatory. The vaccine passports could be printed out, or shown on a person's phone. Rhythm and Alps Founder and Dire…
 
The Covid lockdowns have created another surge in interest in gardening. This follows a trend of people turning to gardening after major global events. New Zealand Gardener Magazine Editor Jo McCarroll told Mike Hosking when the world feels chaotic, people turn to simple things like gardening and cooking. “Having a few plants to focus on, it’s a re…
 
Haka Tours have had a capital raise and a reboot. They are going to become a part of the Drifter Hospitality Group. The money will be used to buy new hotels in New Zealand and Australia. Haka Tours founder Ryan Saunders joined Mike Hosking. LISTEN ABOVEโดย Newstalk ZB
 
An Amtrak train traveling from Chicago to the Pacific Northwest derailed in a remote part of Montana on Saturday afternoon, killing three people and hospitalizing five others, authorities said. Eight cars from Amtrak's Empire Builder train 7/27 headed westbound to Seattle/Portland derailed at about 4 p.m. near Joplin, Montana, a town around 30 mile…
 
Queensland’s deputy premier has hit back at the prime minister over his comments about borders, labelling him a “master of distraction” who was trying to shift the conversation away from his own failings. Steven Miles said Scott Morrison should be focused on Covid-19 outbreaks in other states and fixing diplomatic issues with France and China, inst…
 
Forming a German coalition government could take months. Angela Merkel, the woman who's steered Germany for the past 16 years, is standing down. Exit polls have her Christian Democratic Union party and the Social Democratic Party neck and neck. New Zealand Initiative Executive Director and German economist Oliver Hartwich told Mike Hosking the part…
 
From the torrent of top-spinning spiral bombs raining down on him to sweetly striking the historic match-winner, Jordie Barrett stood tall as a decisive figure for the All Blacks in their nervy victory over the Springboks. Barrett, with adrenaline pulsing through his veins, struggled to sleep on Saturday night after slotting the 43-metre penalty to…
 
The film industry wants to see managed isolation expanded. Newstalk ZB can reveal the Government rejected Amazon's efforts to sidestep MIQ for Lord of the Rings in August last year. They offered to secure entire hotels, rental properties and holiday homes for a private MIQ but were turned down. Screen Industry Guild President Brendon Durey told Mik…
 
The Government remains confident of Auckland's chances of stamping out its current outbreak of Covid-19. Auckland recorded another 18 new community cases yesterday and five cases from the past fortnight are yet to be epidemiologically linked to existing cases. Experts are concerned about the number of cases that have been infectious in the communit…
 
Sir John Key isn't standing down on his claim that New Zealand has a "smug hermit kingdom" mentality it needs to break out of. The former Prime Minister claims Labour is ruling with fear, likening its leadership to that of North Korea. Some experts say Key's suggestions like offering small incentives for getting jabbed and introducing home isolatio…
 
Nice Vocal from Oreste Migliaccio's Queensland Orchestra located in Brooklyn, New York. Great Dance music ! Comments? Send them to vic_trolla@outlook.comโดย Marc Hildebrant
 
At the end of each week, Mike Hosking takes you through the big-ticket items and lets you know what he makes of it all. Level 3 for Auckland: 8/10 "No, not because you can queue for a burger. But because it's an admission that elimination doesn’t work." Ashley Bloomfield Admission over Elimination: 6/10 "Although not being overt about it, in his ow…
 
Despite two losses against the Australians in the last two weeks, it's hoped the history of the occasion will help the Springboks live up to their best against the All Blacks tomorrow. Tomorrow's game marks the 100th time these two teams have played each other, while also being the 100th anniversary of what is described as rugby's greatest rivalry.…
 
Leaked designs for future iPhones have shown they are looking to implement tech that would be able to diagnose depression from typos and recommend that you seek a specialist. "They may also measure the speed of their typing, frequency of their typos and content of what they type, among other data points, according to the people familiar with the re…
 
A Sydney intensive care specialist says Delta is like a wave, and you want to decrease the size of it. Mark Nicholls told Mike Hosking the way to reduce the number of people in the wave is to vaccinate, and to get people to follow public health rules. "By decreasing the wave, decreasing the size of it. You don't have a system where you have too man…
 
Many of us have had a passing interest in politics, but been turned away from a document or review because of jargon and mumbo jumbo. A new bill is intending to change that. The Plain Language bill will require government departments to do what the name suggests, use plain and simple language on their documents and websites with limited acronyms. T…
 
The gratitude and thanks are flowing from us to you this morning. The ratings are out. Our third survey result for the year and the third time this year we have increased the number of people listening to us. Yes, these are unusual times, but what is interesting, and a theme that’s developed over the year, is that although huge swathes of the count…
 
The debate over Covid modelling continues. New modelling, backed by the Government, suggests at 80 per cent vaccination, there would be seven-thousand deaths and 60-thousand-hospitalisations in a year without restrictions. Covid-19 modeller Rodney Jones says the modelling isn't in line with what's happened in other countries. But Auckland Universit…
 
Closed borders are making it difficult for our hospitals to bring on internationally sought-after nurses to increase ICU capacity. Some critical care nurses who are already in New Zealand on visas, are also leaving for much higher paid jobs in Australia. The Government has increased funding and purchased more equipment, but a shortage of highly-tra…
 
Toni Street's easy on-air style, warm personality and smiles might make one think she has a perfect life, but behind the bubbly persona is a story of heartbreak and resilience. It's a story Toni has decided to write about in her book, Lost and Found: My story of heartbreak and hope. Toni joined Mike Hosking. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
After feverish speculation a deal was close, Netflix has confirmed it bought the Roald Dahl Story Company. The acquisition gives the streaming company exclusive rights to the stories and characters of the beloved children's author, who died in 1990. Dahl was the author of classics including Matilda, James and the Giant Peach, Charlie and the Chocol…
 
Well, are we getting there at last? Dare I suggest, one of the more useful one o'clock sessions came yesterday from the pulpit of whatever you think the pulpit represents these days? There seems a concerted message from the Government that a 90 percent jab rate is where we are headed, or need to be, to get a whole bunch of stuff. Firstly, Auckland …
 
Melbourne was rocked by an earthquake yesterday, with residents reporting strong shudders, offices being evacuated and tremors being felt as far away as Sydney, Canberra and Tasmania. Geoscience Australia initially said a magnitude 6.0 quake was recorded at 9.15am near the town of Mansfield, Victoria, but later downgraded its rating to magnitude 5.…
 
An immunologist is confident New Zealand can get 90 percent of people vaccinated by Christmas, even if other countries can't. Malaghan Institute Director Graham Le Gros told Mike Hosking we have an advantage. "Some of the other countries actually have some big problems, they have a significant minority that won't get vaccinated, they can't get arou…
 
School's back, but the students aren't. Level 3 in Auckland means schools are open for students whose parents need to work, but student numbers have been low. Lockdowns have got education experts looking at alternative methods and whether the days of the standard classroom are obsolete. One of those other methods is Flipped Learning, becoming more …
 
Team New Zealand has put paid to a last-ditch bid by Kiwi rich-lister Mark Dunphy to keep the next America's Cup on home waters. In a strongly worded statement on Wednesday, TNZ boss Grant Dalton confirmed he had ceased all correspondence with Dunphy. Dalton claimed Dunphy refused to answer questions the syndicate put to him regarding his campaign …
 
On this episode of Talking Metal, Mark Strigl speaks with legendary rock manager Doc McGhee. Topics include the new scripted Netflix Kiss movie, Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, touring during COVID, the Kiss A&E Biography documentary, Bon Jovi, his history, The Moscow Music Peace Festival, Mikhail Sergeyevich Gorbachev, the final Kiss show, and more Ki…
 
Ever since the first instance of lockdown, we have been fascinated with working from home and flexible working. In the UK, ministers are set to confirm laws that would allow employees to request the right to work from home from day dot. Currently they have to wait at least six months. But is there an argument to be made that, while convenient, the …
 
It's been a crushing week for the so-called commentators and Covid experts. These are the voices of the Government that really weren't supposed to be the voices of the Government, but ended up by in large being Government parrots. The modellers, the predictors, the science and medical brains that have become household names, and the go to voices a …
 
On the surface level 3 doesn't seem to change much for Aucklanders. Few more people back at work, takeaways back on the menu but plenty of limitations still. But it does provide huge relief for the construction sector. Chair of the NZ Construction Industry Council Graham Burke joined Mike Hosking. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
We know the medical side of the equation, why the Government is still pursuing elimination. But what about from a business perspective? How much business advice is being taken on board? Is business advice part of the equation when it comes to figuring out a vaccine rate? Former Air New Zealand boss and Government Covid-19 business advisor Rob Fyfe …
 
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