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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!
 
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.
 
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 Foreign Minister is clarifying her comments on the Five Eyes security group. Nanaia Mahuta spoke about diversifying our trade relationships at a speech to the New Zealand-China Council yesterday. Afterwards she told reporters she's not comfortable with us expanding the remit of Five Eyes to joint positions on foreign policy. Mahuta told Mike Ya…
 
The starring role at yesterday’s royal funeral was that bespoke Landrover Defender, sporting a fresh coat of military green paint, custom built as a hearse. Prince Philip tinkered and toiled on this secret project for 16 years, knowing he would never live to see it used for its intended purpose. To carry his own coffin. How’s that for dedication to…
 
Question: when did we all get so aggressive, and why? It's kind of crept up on us, but there's something seriously wrong with society when people start wearing body cameras at work because of an increasing number of assaults. Bad enough that police need increasing levels of protection: stab proof vests, tasers, access to guns. Worse still that fire…
 
The trans-Tasman bubble has opened, meaning quarantine-free travel is all go between New Zealand and Australia. It means those who couldn't afford the $3,000 to pay for MIQ are good to go. For Queenstown, that means its first international flight in 387 days. The tourism epicentre has been doing it hard, with the tap of international travellers tur…
 
Prince William and his brother Prince Harry set recent family frictions aside to walk together after attending the funeral service of their grandfather Prince Philip at Windsor Castle Sunday. The royal family adhered strictly to UK Covid-19 regulations during the funeral of the Duke of Edinburgh and the Queen sat alone during the service to follow …
 
Competition within the housing market shouldn't change much due to the bubble. The housing market has been in a boom since the borders have closed. But only 0.3 per cent of home transfers are to people without New Zealand citizenship or resident visas. Real Estate Institute chief executive Wendy Alexander told Tim Dower buyer inquiry from offshore …
 
April is proving to be a lucrative month for Lydia Ko who is back to the stunning form that saw her reach number one in the world at just age 17. Ko's drought-breaking victory at the Lotte Championship in Hawaii yesterday was he first since April 2018 as she captured her 16th career title on the LPGA and 21st overall title. The Kiwi finished with a…
 
April 19 has dawned and I’m feeling bubblelicious this Monday morning. Relieved, actually, and still staggered that it’s taken this long to get Green Zone flights across the Tasman cleared for takeoff. If you are one of the thousands of travellers winging your way to Australia today, go well. Enjoy yourself, whether you are reuniting, business trip…
 
A New Zealand company is at the forefront of stem cell research. There are predictions the global market will reach nearly US$15 billion by next year. ReGen Cellular musculoskeletal specialist Zaid Matti told Mike Yardley 50 per cent of those who suffer from arthritis are of a working age. He says stem cells are a good alternative to having an oper…
 
A group of congressional Democrats introduced legislation Thursday local time to add four seats to the Supreme Court, a long-shot bid designed to counter the court's rightward tilt during the Trump administration and criticised by Republicans as a potential power grab that would reduce the public's trust in the judiciary. President Joe Biden last w…
 
The cricket and rugby commentator Iain Gallaway, known as the Voice of Carisbrook, has died aged 98 Gallaway provided rugby commentaries for 26 years and cricket for 40, until signing off in 1992. Gallaway was born in Dunedin in 1922 and educated at Christ's College and Otago University. He began his working life as a cadet reporter on the Otago Da…
 
There are fresh warnings that the country could be heading towards another leaky home crisis. It comes as the shortage of building materials grows - it now includes everything from timber, to paints and ladders. That means some builders are getting desperate and are getting their hands on any product they can. It has led to calls to strengthen up o…
 
Staff at a Sydney quarantine hotel are self-isolating and undergoing testing after three Covid-19 cases first thought to have been acquired overseas were found to have instead been acquired in hotel quarantine. NSW Health officials said on Sunday the three cases in the one family of returned travellers were previously reported as overseas acquired,…
 
A new survey has found that not everyone's jumping on board with modern technology. Around 700,000 New Zealand adults don't have the vital expertise for modern life, according to a new BNZ digital skills report shows. That's roughly 20 per cent of adults. Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa director Laurence Zwimpfer told Mike Yardley this figure i…
 
As the trans-Tasman bubble kicks off, Auckland Airport chief executive Adrian Littlewood said it's an important day that has taken a long time to get to. "It's great to see Tasman going again, something that used to be about as uneventful as going to the supermarket, so it's certainly an exciting thing to get back to normal." He said the trans-Tasm…
 
Pukekohe Park Raceway has been confirmed as the venue for this year's Supercars SuperSprint round to be held in Auckland. The historic track along with Hampton Downs were the two leading candidates to secure hosting rights. The event is scheduled for November six and seven. It will be the first time New Zealand has hosted a Supercars round since Se…
 
Hideki Matsuyama almost turned down his first chance to play the Masters. It was a month after a devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan, disasters that killed thousands and destroyed much of the region he called home in March 2011. He decided to play a month later, only because he thought it would lift spirits. A decade later, he lifted his co…
 
"Since coming to power in 2017 the Labour has been at war with landlords. Yes, I know that statement will offend some – and others will claim that it’s an exaggeration – but it isn’t." Ashley Church is a property expert for One Roof. He joined The One Roof Radio Show on The Weekend Collective to share his thoughts on the issue, which you can read i…
 
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison is urgently asking medical experts to formulate a plan on how vaccinated Aussies can travel overseas and skip hotel quarantine upon return. The PM said the country’s “main goal” was vaccinating the most vulnerable parts of the population, but said an international travel plan was “what I’d like to see happen…
 
A road safety campaigner says nearly doubling the fine for using a phone while driving, isn't enough. From the end of the month, the penalty will increase from $80 to $150 dollars. 40,000 infringement notices were issued last year. Clive Matthew-Wilson told Kate Hawkesby offenders should have their phones taken off them. He says police already have…
 
The fashion world looks to be entering into the early stages of a new denim cycle. The boss of Levi's Jeans says they're noticing more consumers opting for loose-fitting denim over the tighter fit. Mike Hosking is joined by Tim Wilson and Kate Hawkesby to discuss the changing world of fashion, along with wrapping the rest of the week in news. LISTE…
 
Prince William and Prince Harry could make peace, over the shared grief of Prince Philip's death. Buckingham Palace has confirmed the brothers will be among 30 guests at the service at Windsor Castle's St George's Chapel on Sunday morning. In a break from tradition, the brothers won't walk shoulder to shoulder in the procession. But Cornell Univers…
 
The Warriors are still trying to perfect their NRL recipe. They're 10th after five rounds with two wins and three losses, and meet the fourth-placed Dragons on Sunday. Roger Tuivasa-Sheck told Mike Hosking his side had a great pre-season, but they've been plagued with injury and need to settle on combinations. "It's been a tough start losing prop A…
 
The little piece of news and current events that as popular as a security guard at a vaccine centre. Live cows on ships 4/10 "I know some city-slickers get queasy, but this is an agricultural country and cows pay bills, and killing industries is not good for business or Chinese relations." Super Rugby 7/10 "Two more teams is good, expansion is good…
 
The Government is suggesting limiting the amount of nicotine allowed in cigarettes. It is one of a number of proposals being put forward to meet its goal of making New Zealand smoke-free by 2025. Others include restricting where cigarettes can be sold and creating a licensing regime. The Government is also talking about creating a smoke-free genera…
 
Coinbase made a rousing debut on Wall Street, with shares of the digital currency exchange rising as high as $429, briefly giving it a market value over $100 billion. Coinbase Global Inc.‘s initial public offering happened with cryptocurrency chatter seemingly everywhere, even at the U.S. Federal Reserve. Digital currencies are being incorporated i…
 
A push from the Government to keep motorists' eyes on the road, and off the phone screen. It's upping the fine for using a mobile while driving; from $80 to $150 from the end of the month. Transport Minister Michael Wood told Mike Hosking 22 drivers died while distracted by their phones between 2015 and 2019. He says that's a terrible toll and they…
 
School holidays start today, it’s the end of Term 1. I know, we’ve just had Easter, and for Auckland families with a couple of lockdowns this year, it feels like the kids have already been home a lot. But here are we are again, on the verge of a two week break, and what’ll be interesting to know is how many of us are winging our way across the Tasm…
 
GPs are poised to lend their expertise, scaling-up the vaccination roll-out. Health boss Ashley Bloomfield yesterday revealed plans to bring in GPs with primary care and community clinics, to carry out the bulk of Covid-19 vaccinations. The biggest of those GP groups is Auckland-based Procare. CEO Bindi Norwell told Mike Hosking doctors will help w…
 
More of global commerce giant Amazon could be on its way to New Zealand. The Government's signed a memorandum of understanding with Amazon for a 25 per cent subsidy on its Lord of the Rings TV series production. Economic Development Minister Stuart Nash says the deal is an innovation partnership, meaning Amazon will look to build a bigger relations…
 
Turns out Patrick Reynolds of Waka Kotahi was right. Turns out we were all right. Turns out yet again the theorists have been caught tripped and trapped up in their spin and ideology. The choo-choo train from Hamilton to Almost Auckland before you get on another train to actually get to Auckland is numerically a bust. Week One, the numbers are a di…
 
So the border worker didn’t get a jab despite missing two appointments – and now the border worker hadn't even been tested since last year. It's good to know the Government and Health Ministry can still surprise us, even as a growing number of us thought the levels of ineptitude couldn't possibly get any worse. Remember last year and the outrage ov…
 
A South Waikato forest is about to be full of hens - but free of cruelty. A 139-hectare property near Tokoroa, is set to become the country's leading egg production site. Better Eggs says the free range farm will have eight laying sheds, sitting between 90,000 trees, and is set to be home to more than 320,000 laying hens over the next five years. C…
 
TVNZ's latest show Creamerie may hit home for a number of viewers. It tells the story of a virus that kills 99 percent of men, leaving women on their own. However, three kiwi woman discover a man after eight years of abstinence. That man is Jay Ryan - the Kiwi star who first broke out on Neighbours and Sea Patrol, before starring in Go Girls and he…
 
Chris Lendrum, New Zealand Rugby's head of the professional game, remains hopeful the Moana Pasifika and the Fijian Drua franchises can join Super Rugby next year. Both have been granted conditional licences. It comes five months after NZR confirmed that the two franchises were its preferred partners to explore the entry of Pasifika-linked teams in…
 
A new Uber service is being criticised by a transport advocate. The rideshare company is starting a service encouraging people to share their car with others while commuting. The driver would earn 71 cents for every kilometre travelled. But Greater Auckland spokesperson advocate Matt Lowrie told Mike Hosking the service might be a hard sell. He say…
 
Boosting financial knowledge for the general public. The National Strategy for Financial Capability will be launched at Parliament today, by commerce minister David Clark. It's brought together more than a hundred financial organisations, to help Kiwis make good decisions around money. Retirement Commissioner Jane Wrightson says it is the product o…
 
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