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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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Melbourne has erupted with cheers as the world's longest lockdown was officially lifted overnight. Victoria's sixth coronavirus lockdown was finally lifted at 11.59pm on Thursday after 262 days of harsh Covid-19 measures since the pandemic hit. The CBD erupted and cheers and applause could be heard echoing through the city as the clock struck midni…
 
The All Blacks have their obligatory stop in the US before heading to Europe on their end of year tour. The team takes to the field against the US Rugby Team on Sunday morning at FedEx Stadium in Washington, D.C. Eagles coach Gary Gold told Mike Hosking rugby is starting to become a big deal in the US. “Hopefully the All Blacks are very popular in …
 
New Zealand’s 15-year Free Trade Deal with the UK is being hailed a triumph. We are only about point two of a percent of UK exports so their tariffs are gone from day one. For us, no tariffs for wine, honey, onions and hoki - while dairy, lamb and beef have increasing tariff free quotas before the tariffs disappear entirely before the 15-year perio…
 
Brian Laundrie's family lawyer has been forced to hose down a chilling theory that Laundrie's parents, Roberta and Chris, planted his possessions in Carlton Reserve before they were found by police. Steven Bertolino gave his first interview after remains, a backpack and notebook were found in the search for Laundrie, who has been named a "person of…
 
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. Drip Feeding Covid Announcements. 2/10. "What a shocking week this has been and what a crappy way to treat a population. An announcement on Monday of more announcements. An announcement on Tuesday, an announcement on Wednesday inv…
 
Calls for rapid antigen testing to be implemented in the aged care industry. The tests are commonly used overseas and can be done at home and deliver a result in as little as 15 minutes. Radius Residential Care will allow vaccinated and tested visitors into their Level 3 facilities next week, despite the Ministry of Health advising family and non-e…
 
Yet another reason to thank Boris Johnson and be grateful that there remain a few visionaries about the place that want us to prosper and succeed. By all accounts, our free trade deal with the UK is a winner. It's open and truly free, the hurdles remain few and far between. The gains we stand to make are enormous. It's a tangible example of what we…
 
The Government's being urged to set clear and realistic targets for its new Covid restrictions. Their set to announce a tiered framework of restrictions this morning, to replace the existing alert level system. It's likely to see us getting more freedoms, as we reach certain vaccination targets. Auckland University Emeritus Professor of Medicine De…
 
Disappointment, but no surprise, for Waikato residents facing an extended lockdown. Parts of Waikato will stay at Alert Level Three for the next six days subject to a further review on Wednesday. It includes the Waitomo, Ōtorohanga, Waipa, Hamilton and Waikato districts including: Te Kuiti, Te Awamutu, Cambridge, Raglan, Ngāruawāhia, Huntly and Te …
 
We got a strong sense yesterday of the reaction to school going back for seniors currently languishing in Level 3, and how it’s gone down with teachers. The PPTA, as we know, was furious - they didn’t mince their words. They said the government had abandoned it’s ‘abundance of caution’ approach and moved to a “reckless disregard for consequences in…
 
Human rights activists have disrupted the flame lighting ceremony for the Winter Olympics. This was in protest to China hosting the games. The activists are calling for countries and athletes to boycott the games due to human rights abuses in China. At the same time, British diver Tom Daly is asking IOC to ban countries from competing where being g…
 
Hopes today's announcement on the Covid protection framework will signal when the South Island can move out of Level Two. Canterbury Chamber of Commerce CEO Leanne Watson told Kate Hawkesby the south may have no cases of Covid - but that doesn't mean it's not struggling. She says businesses and people in general are frustrated that there’s just no …
 
The Tamaki’s are once again defending their right to protest. Bishop Brian Tamaki appeared in court this week for failing to comply with a Level Three order and breaching his bail conditions. He has attended and helped organise two lockdown protests and violated his bail conditions by attending another protest on October 16. Wife Hannah Tamaki told…
 
Nikki Sixx is a name synonymous with Rock and Roll. He, of course, was a founder member of Mötley Crüe along with Tommy Lee. And as we know, the band dominated the charts for years with their most successful album, Dr Feelgood staying on the charts for 114 weeks. Sixx has had quite the life story, and he's telling a part of it in his new book The F…
 
Are you finding these days that your patience is wearing thin? When it comes to morons, mine is. When I read yesterday that people were gathering and chanting outside the Henderson Police Station wearing "Freedom NZ" masks, and revving their motorbikes after Brian Tamaki’s arrest, it felt like the world had officially gone mad. Worse yet, Tamaki’s …
 
Let me give you one of my working theories at the moment. We have, as an example, a couple of debates or scraps that, depending on who you listen to, depends on what you might think is happening. One, ICU capacity in our hospitals. Two, saliva testing in the public sector as opposed to the private. I wonder how much of what Ministers say in public …
 
The future of business travel, and what it will look like post-pandemic will be discussed today. Flight Centre are holding their corporate travel event Illuminate. It coincides with the launch of the government's self-isolation pilot for business travellers, with 150 people confirmed for the trial. Flight Centre Travel Group's Head of Customer Enga…
 
An entertainment battle has emerged in recent times: Subbed vs Dubbed. The extremely popular Squid Game has reignited the discussion after complaints that the English dub over lost a lot of the emotion and character growth. A lot of the big shows now are foreign, meaning subtitles, or a terrible dubbed version that gets widely panned. But the most …
 
Concerns about the number of students returning next week. From next Tuesday, years 11 to 13 students under Alert Level Three are able to go back to school ... with the Government considering options for years 1 to 10. PPTA President Melanie Webber says told Mike Hosking some schools will have up to two thousand students back in the classroom. She …
 
The All Blacks have a supporter in the US House of Representatives with a congressman welcoming the "legendary" team to America ahead of their clash against the USA Eagles this weekend. Speaking next to a picture of the All Blacks haka, Republican congressman Alex Mooney, who is co-chair of the congressional rugby caucus, said the All Blacks are "t…
 
Some changes could be on the way for the Catholic Church. Pope Francis has announced a two-year consultation process that aims to reform the Church. Called "Synod" the aim is to consult every Catholic parish and bishop around the world on the future direction of the Church. Assistant Catholic Bishop of Auckland Bishop Michael Gielen told Kate Hawke…
 
The Health Minister is confident the health system will cope with the coming rise in Covid-19 cases. New Zealand recorded 60 new community cases yesterday, but much higher case numbers are possible in the coming days. People with symptoms or exposure in Auckland's New Lynn and the North Shore's Rosedale, Redvale, and Bayswater are being told to get…
 
The Central Otago District Council is picking good ideas to reduce fruit loss New research has found more than 10 percent of fruit grown on orchards in the region isn't being sold or eaten. The district council commissioned the study. Suncrest Orchard Manager Michael Jones told Mike Hosking there's always going to be some form of wastage. “I mean i…
 
Concern about a lack of consultation on the High-Wealth Individuals Research Project. It's aimed at figuring out how much the ultra-rich pay in tax, as a share of their economic wealth. Inland Revenue has started writing to 400 New Zealanders with a net worth of at least $20 million, asking about their assets. PWC partner Geof Nightingale told Mike…
 
Vaccinations are likely to be saving many lives in Britain's latest surge in Covid case numbers. The country has recorded another 179 deaths today, on its eighth consecutive day of more than 40-thousand cases. Brits are now facing the possibility of more restrictions in the coming months, with officials bracing for up to 100,000 cases a day over th…
 
Senior students in level three regions get to go back to school from Tuesday, but for years one to 10, no such luck. Education Minister Chris Hipkins says those students might not return to school until 2022. And if they do, Hipkins says some options being considered to make it work are rostered attendance, and learning outdoors in the warmer month…
 
Tennis players who haven't received a COVID-19 vaccination are unlikely to get a visa to enter the country for the Australian Open in Melbourne in January, according to the political leader of the state which hosts the season-opening major. Victoria state Premier Daniel Andrews has already introduced a vaccine mandate for professional athletes comp…
 
As if this week’s not tough enough and we’re not rarked up enough already, now they want to carve up heritage houses for more development. A new bill aims to force councils to allow more dense housing. The "new intensification rules will allow buildings of up to three storeys on most sites in cities without any need for resource consent from August…
 
Life has returned to normal for millions in Britain since coronavirus restrictions were lifted over the summer. But while the rules have vanished, the virus hasn't. Many scientists are now calling on the government to reimpose social restrictions and speed up booster vaccinations as coronavirus infection rates, already Europe's highest, rise still …
 
A new bill designed to cut red tape and allow more intensification in housing construction could be pointless if practical aspects aren’t taken into account. Labour and National have joined forces on the rules, which will allow up to three homes of up to three storeys built on most sites, without resource consent. AUT construction expert John Tooke…
 
Prison staff have been taken by surprise by the Government’s move to include them in mandatory vaccination. All staff working in New Zealand prisons now need to get their first dose by October 30 and both doses by December 1. Corrections Association Acting President Floyd du Plessis told Kate Hawkesby the news has come as a shock to members. He say…
 
Surely in these dark and troubled times, a level of cooperation from unlikely foes has to be welcomed. The deal done between the Government and National over housing at last addresses, at least in part, one of the biggest obstacles to supply. The councils. We have, for years, argued around all the other issues that prevent supply growth in housing.…
 
Is the last summer before we see the price of beer go up in this country? It's already set to happen in the UK - increased costs and crippling supply shortages has 80 percent of British pubs saying they plan to or already have raised their prices. The threat of the 30p rise means people are calling for a freeze on the alcohol duty rate so that pint…
 
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