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After 33 years behind the Newstalk ZB microphone, Leighton can’t give it up completely. There were so many requests to continue his opinionated commentary that the prospect of podcasting was born. So, without restriction, Leighton will continue to serve up on everything you want to hear about and some things you don’t. Stand by to be enlightened, educated and enraged!
 
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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Could we see this coming? That the mass vaccination event was going to go anything but smoothly today? Probably. They really needed this to go well. Because this is supposed to signal that NZ is finally off and running on the vaccinations. This week the jab opened to the general public. The PM got her second jab. And now this big event of efficient…
 
A housing expert says we need to investigate rent controls in order to help housing market affordability. Rent controls limit the amount a landlord can charge for a property. New research shows rents rose 4.8 percent over the last year and affordability declined across the country. Massey University Professor Graham Squire told Heather du Plessis-A…
 
Disney has hit back at Scarlett Johansson over her lawsuit claiming the entertainment giant breached her Marvel contract. The company went as far as to call the litigation "sad and distressing". Disney's statement was published on Deadline. "There is no merit whatsoever to this filing," the statement read, and it appeared to call out the actress fo…
 
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. Britain: 8/10 "Freedom Day looks like it might be leading to something significant. The jury is still out but the Armageddon predicted by the doom merchants is nothing like what's actually happened these past 8 days. Fortune favou…
 
A debate is raging as to whether the actions of the Chinese Government in recent years lead us to question our free trade agreement with them? The questions come about from a talk that former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott gave in the UK. Abbott, who famously signed Australia’s Free Trade Deal with China in 2014, says there is no way he woul…
 
Inland Revenue is under fire, for refusing to release a report into the quality of its tax law. Newstalk ZB has requested the report, which was first commissioned in 2019, but wasn't completed until last month. But the IRD has rejected the request saying releasing the report would undermine the tax law system. But PWC tax law expert Geof Nightingal…
 
National has joined the chorus upset at a recent NCEA report putting Māori knowledge on par with its western counterpart. In a letter to the Listener, a group of lecturers took issue with plans to elevate matauranga Māori - or Maori knowledge - to the level of science in the school curriculum. It has since received a lot of backlash - but National'…
 
New Zealand have a chance for a golden hour on the water in Tokyo today, with three rowing crews in finals, and all of them with a chance at standing on the top spot of the podium. Here's all you need to know about today's action (Friday, 30 July). Kiwis in action today It's time for a strategic long lunch break - clear your schedule from 12.33pm t…
 
Six60 has decided to buy their legendary Dunedin flat on 660 Castle Street where their band began. They plan to use it as accommodation for students on performing artists scholarships that they will also offer. Six60 frontman Matiu Walters said “it’s been a pipedream for a long time; we kind of joked about one day owning the house, and fast-forward…
 
We’re paying too much for not enough selection at our supermarkets, because of a lack of competition. The Commerce Commission’s draft report says the duopoly of Foodstuffs and Countdown is working against consumers and food producers. Heather du Plessis-Allan asked Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs, David Clark how hard he’s willing to go t…
 
New Zealand's first gold! It's thanks to rowers Grace Prendergast and Kerri Gowler who as expected, blitzed the opposition in the women's pair. Heather du Plessis-Allan chats with recaps the victory with Prendergast and Gowler. LISTEN ABOVEโดย Newstalk ZB
 
Barry Soper spoke to Heather du Plessis-Allan about whether Helen Clark was involved in the government reversing their decision to allow a Fiji covid patient into New Zealand. LISTEN ABOVEโดย Newstalk ZB
 
A University of Auckland professor has stepped down from one of his roles after controversy erupted around his views on the role of Māori knowledge in education. Professor Douglas Elliffe was one of seven signatories to an open letter, which took issue with plans to elevate mātauranga Māori to the level of science in the school curriculum Emeritus …
 
Rabobank’s Sydney-based senior agricultural analyst comments on the reasons for record-high world fertiliser prices and how the global freight market has impacted prices. We ask - are these inflated levels the new normal?โดย NZME
 
The Top Gear trio is hitting the road once again - and maybe even a loch or two as they cross borders into Scotland. Jeremy Clarkson's latest venture Clarkson's Farm, which saw the motoring host turn his hand to running a farm, saw massive success in NZ. And he's about to be back on our screens with a new series of The Grand Tour. The Grand Tour Pr…
 
We are officially into the final and biggest stage of the Covid vaccine rollout. The Government yesterday announced the first segment of people in Group Four were able to get their jab, alongside launching the online booking system. GPs around the country say the Government's credibility is now on the line as to whether it ramps it, considering we …
 
Air New Zealand passengers will soon be chowing down on a new variety of snacks while flying - including popcorn, crisps, muesli bars and chocolate. The new in-flight snacks follow a series of trials from the national airline, with the tests being carried out via trolley signage on Koru Hour flights, Grab & Go snack boxes in its lounges. The trial …
 
There's a proposal to get tourists to Milford Sound on electric buses. The Milford Opportunities Project proposes charging overseas visitors for access permits - but not New Zealanders - on the route between Te Anau and Milford Sound. It also wants the local airport closed and restrictions on cruise ships. Milford Opportunities Governance Group cha…
 
A well-deserved Olympic Gold Medal for Covid-ravaged Fiji. Fiji has proven too good for New Zealand in the Olympic final in Tokyo last night, winning 27-12. Captain Jerry Tuwai says while the gold medal can't make up for a single life lost to the pandemic, it's a particularly special time to win. Former Sevens coach Sir Gordon Tietjens says told Mi…
 
US gymnast Simone Biles has pulled out of the women's gymnastic all-around event. USA Gymnastics posted a statement to Twitter saying: "After a further medical evaluation, Simone Biles has withdrawn from the final individual all-around competition at the Tokyo Olympic Games, in order to focus on her mental health. "Simone will continue to be evalua…
 
The Government has barely made a dent in the money owed in overdue managed isolation fees despite bringing in debt collectors. Newstalk ZB can reveal as of the start of this month, $38 million in MIQ fees remains unpaid - $8m of that is considered overdue. That's close to 10 per cent of the total $100m so far charged to those arriving from overseas…
 
Police are urging senior leaders in the King Cobra and Rebels gangs to hold peace talks and end the conflict before someone gets seriously injured or killed. A turf war between the gangs has led to tit-for-tat violence where homes, cars and businesses have been targeted in drive-by shootings or firebombing with Molotov cocktails. At least 12 attack…
 
FIRST WITH YESTERDAY'S NEWS (highlights from Wednesday on Newstalk ZB) Perils of the Thin Blue Line/Big Sponsorship Always Has a Dark Side/The Wiggly Exemption/Dumb Luck Keeping Delta Out/High Performance Sport Is Hardโดย Newstalk ZB
 
NZ Rugby has confirmed a six year sponsorship deal with British petrochemical company INEOS. From next year the company name will appear on the shorts and training jerseys of the All Blacks, Black Ferns, and Sevens teams among others. Greenpeace has hit out at the move saying NZR shouldn't do business with a company that contributes to global warmi…
 
Simone Biles’ withdrawal from the gymnastics team final has stunned the Olympic Games. She hadn't been performing as well as expected. Biles told reporters she was struggling with some things; citing mental health, and immense pressure of being an Olympic athlete. US Correspondent in Tokyo, James Longman says this Olympic shocker goes to show that …
 
New Zealand Rugby. Yes! I’m loving these guys today. Because they know their job and they are sticking to it. They announced today that they’ve signed a six year deal with INEOS, a petrochemical company.That’s winding up environmental groups including Greenpeace, because they don’t like the idea that the All Blacks will have INEOS plastered on the …
 
Hannah Osborne and Brooke Donoghue claimed the silver today in the women's double skulls. They were pipped by a hugely impressive Romanian team. The duo chat to Heather Du Plessis-Allan about why this Olympics has been ‘a roller coaster of a journey’ for them. LISTEN ABOVEโดย Newstalk ZB
 
The Chief Executive of the Food and Grocery Council has accused one of our major supermarket chains of trying to "break people" Katherine Rich says Foodstuffs New Zealand has been making extreme demands of their suppliers, purely to boost their own profits. The Commerce Commission is publishing a draft market study on the groceries industry tomorro…
 
Was Jacinda Ardern truly was an accidental Prime Minister? We ask the man who put her there. And was Roger Douglas a visionary or a villain? And did the Aussies get the economic reforms of the 1980s right, when we didn't?โดย NZME
 
On this week's podcast: We talk with Ted Rule, diplomat, investment banker, sinologist and writer. With a forty-year career behind him, in Asia and specifically in China, it makes a for a very interesting discussion. We ask him who runs China and should we be afraid of the CCP. We touch on the great famine (1958-62) and ask whether Shenzhen might e…
 
An Isis "terrorist" bride and her two children will head to New Zealand from Turkey after the New Zealand Government agreed to their return. A Māori health expert is calling on the Government to "taihoa" (wait) before beginning the general vaccination rollout, with just 10 per cent of vulnerable groups currently fully vaccinated. The Auckland resta…
 
The U.S. military this week has launched additional airstrikes in support of Afghan government forces in their fight against the Taliban, using both conventional warplanes and armed drones, the Pentagon said Tuesday. The strikes, following several conducted last week, indicate stepped up U.S. support after weeks of battlefield gains by the Taliban …
 
We're used to perfection from Simone Biles but the American superstar sparked concerns on Tuesday night when she pulled out just minutes into the women's team gymnastics final in Tokyo. The USA started on the vault – the place Biles has gone where nobody ever has before with the incredible Yurchenko double pike – but the four-time gold medallist ba…
 
There is confidence in the Group 4 vaccination rollout. People aged 60 plus can now book an appointment to get jabbed, despite many in Group 3 who are yet to receive theirs. Invitations open to those over 45 from mid to late August, and mid to late September for people 35 plus. Otago University infectious diseases expert David Murdoch told Mike Hos…
 
Researchers are calling for age restrictions on TikTok after a study showing positive portrayals of e-cigarettes and vaping. The research coming out the University of Queensland found that there were over 800 vape videos viewed more than one point five billion times just in the month of November last year, and 63 percent of them were portraying it …
 
The police union is calling on a judge to hand down a tough sentence to the man who shot dead a young constable reflecting the "condemnation New Zealanders expect". Eli Sauni Bob Epiha, 25, brutally gunned down two unarmed police officers during a routine West Auckland traffic stop in June last year. He admitted murdering Constable Matthew Hunt and…
 
Each week the NZ Herald's Cooking the Books podcast tackles a different money problem. Today, it's the woman who tackled $94,000 of debt in three years, and why she still side hustles now that she's debt-free. Hosted by Frances Cook. There are all sorts of good reasons to want more cash on the side, especially these days. You might have had your pa…
 
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