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A podcast where Guy Montgomery and Tim Batt continue to watch and review WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS once a week, every week, for one year. Their previous two 'seasons' (one year of watching the Adam Sandler film Grown Ups 2 plus one year of weekly Sex and The City 2 watches) gained the pair an international following and equal parts admiration and bemusement from outlets like VICE, The AV Club, The Guardian and more. With tens of thousands of fans worldwide, this surely is the silliest reason anyon ...
Fletch, Vaughan and Megan every week day across New Zealand from 6am – 10am. Listen in for the best music, biggest celebs, latest gossip and a bit of a laugh..
RNZ: Mediawatch
Mediawatch looks critically at the New Zealand media - television, radio, newspapers and magazines as well as the 'new' electronic media.
The latest business news from RNZ News.
RNZ: Nine To Noon
From nine to noon every weekday, Kathryn Ryan talks to the people driving the news - in New Zealand and around the world. Delve beneath the headlines to find out the real story, listen to Nine to Noon's expert commentators and reviewers and catch up with the latest lifestyle trends on this award-winning programme.
All new in 2017 - the Ben, the bald and the beautiful. Jono, Ben and Sharyn, weekdays 3-7pm.
A weekly analysis of significant political issues.
RNZ: Insight
A weekly investigative documentary exploring what is happening in New Zealand and to New Zealanders here and overseas.
RNZ's review of news from the last 7 days.
Cooking the Books
Each week the New Zealand Herald and Newstalk ZB's Cooking the Books tackles a different money problem. Hosted by Frances Cook.
All Blacks Podcast
The official podcast from New Zealand rugby - featuring interviews with some of the biggest and most influential names in New Zealand and global rugby.
Stephen Mills and Matthew Hooton discuss current politics.
Host Simon Pound talks to some of New Zealand's most exciting innovators in an effort to prove that business isn't boring.
Listen to the latest NBR interviews, debates and panel discussions on demand, giving you context and the chance to hear what goes on behind-the-scenes.
New Zealand's podcast that inspires and challenges those in business and leadership. Hear from numerous top NZ leaders and entrepreneurs including Rod Drury, Sir Stephen Tindall, Sir Michael Hill, Sir Graham Henry, Mike Bennetts, Andy Hamilton and many more.
NZ's leading politics programme. Sundays 9am TVNZ 1. Repeat 10am on TVNZ 1+1 or late Sunday night. #nzqanda is made with the support of NZ On Air. This is the home of our Podcasts
Hosted by Niall Anderson and Sam Garriock, the Classic NBL Podcast from the NZ Herald delivers all the information, news, analysis and classic moments from the New Zealand NBL.
This is an NBA podcast that has almost nothing to do with advanced analytics. Guy came up with the name an claimed it would be quote "crack up”. It was not. Guy and Paul are brothers and aim to dissect the NBA from every angle, every week. The key word in that sentence is “aim”. One laugh per episode guaranteed. No refunds.
Are you an Entrepreneur, NZ importer or exporter and want to avoid costly mistakes, save time & money? Then make sure you subscribe to this weekly podcast now. You will get insider knowledge and simple tactics to improve your business through real-world examples.We discuss things like "4 Ways an Overseas Supplier Will Cost You" and "True Price to Import 20ft Container to NZ - and How to Save Money". This is the only New Zealand podcast for business owners that import or export.
Established in 1987, the New Zealand Cricket Museum is located in the historic Museum Stand at Wellington's iconic Basin Reserve. Here we present two special features: From The Archive, with highlights from our collection, and Last Over With Erin, a series of interviews with former-New Zealand players from Erin Campbell.
Bryan Waddle, Jeremy Coney and the Radio Sport cricket team wrap the latest Blackcaps cricket clash.
At the Coalface is hosted by Jason Greenwood and covers all things digital, social media, business & marketing related. Jason has worked in the digital space for over 15 years and is based in Auckland, New Zealand.
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The media marked this week’s 125th anniversary of votes for women with an extensive array of content. The nation’s biggest-selling paper even put the PM in charge for one special edition. But among the celebrations, there were some strange and sour notes too.
Experts insist 1080 is by far the best option to save native species and that science backs them up. How can the media report responsibly on opponents’ noisy protests, social media growth and increasingly alarming threats?
Celebrating suffrage, but with some sour notes; 1080 campaign turns toxic; Bok shock prompts rapid rewrite.
Our plastic is becoming Malaysia's problem - Nita Blake-Persen investigates what really happens to the waste we're shipping overseas to be recycled.
A review of the week's news including... people suffering seizures and heart attacks admitted to hospital after smoking synthetic drugs, Massey University's Deputy Pro-Vice Chancellor is disappointed his university manipulated the truth about why it banned Don Brash from its campus, Housing New Zealand's pledge to compensate out-of-pocket tenan ...…
With a major visit to the United Nations on the horizon, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has spent the past week clearing the decks before her departure. She's sacked a Minister and publicly squashed several coalition disputes, but the Opposition says she's just papering over the cracks. RNZ political reporter Craig McCulloch has compiled this re ...…
On today's show Darryn is back for some 'Ladchat' and Jono had a run in with some Tomato Sauce...
News from the business sector, including a market report.
The number of people coming settle in New Zealand has fallen to a three year low.
For the latest from the markets we're joined by Don Lewthwaite of FNZC.
The property industry isn't too fazed by the prospect of taxing capital gains which has been floated by the tax working group.
Housing, poverty and infrastructure - those are the top three concerns for directors here.
The country's biggest retailer, The Warehouse, says its full year result is better than expected despite trading challenges and restructuring.
Taking stock with the week that was, James Elliott and Justine Smith run through how to open an OXO cube, and the astounding story of the airline company which couldn't spell its name right. Let's be specific, we're looking at you Cathay Paciic, or should that be Cathay Pacific!
Sports Commentator Brendan Telfer on what we have learned about Noeline Taurua's style and coaching methods after her first two matches at the helm of the Silver Ferns. He continues the post mortem of the loss against the Springboks last Saturday, and looks at the reaction to WADA reinstating the Russian Anti doping agency.…
Music Reviewer Grant Smithies focuses on four classic NZ albums getting the vinyl reissue treatment over the next week: Supergroove's Traction, Che Fu's 2B Spacific, Bic Runga's Drive and Darcy Clay's Jesus I Was Evil.
Niki Ward from Ekor books reviews 'And the Ocean Was Our Sky' by Patrick Ness, and 'I Am the Seed That Grew the Tree' selected by Fiona Waters.
Jan Becker and her husband Mike are the founders of the biggest helicopter flight training academy in the Southern Hemisphere based in Queensland. The Becker Helicopter group trains pilots from all over the world, including military pilots, and has a fleet of 20 machines, which are also used for fire fighting and other work. Jan Becker, a pilot ...…
Producer Anna the Nanna, A HOT Friday Flashback and who is tracking you?
Pacific correspondent Koro Vaka'uta with the results of a long awaited inquiry into domestic violence in Samoa, also reaction to two controversies gripping the Pacific - the leeches comments from a defiant talk host and the trademarking of 'Bula'.
Students at Far North school Te Kura Taumata o Panguru have started a business converting what was once seen as a problem into a possibility. Kutai, or mussels are a staple food in Panguru, but they are under threat from the marine pest Titi Kuri, a type of sea squirt. Early last year education provider Papa Taiao Earthcare organised a cleanup ...…
Charter Schools schools will cease to exist at the end of the year, so what next for the students and communities they served? While the coalition Government has order the charter schools to close, it has also approved all of them to reopen next year as either designated character schools or integrated state schools. What will the change mean f ...…
The head of Drug Free Sport New Zealand says athletes are right to be angry over the decision by the World Anti Doping Agency to lift the suspension of Russia's anti-doping agency. Wada, has lifted a three-year ban on its Russian agency, Rusada, which was suspended in 2015 because of its oversight of the near-ubiquitous doping of Russian athlet ...…
NBR: The best interviews – updated daily by National Business Review
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
News from the business sector, including a market report.
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
On today's show we hunt for New Zealand's most extravagant wedding and Producer Dan sneaks in to the ZM's staff party...
It's game time! The boys are back in town! They're talking offseason. Lebron to L.A, the Minnesota Timberbulls and lots of other stuff (Presumably. I haven't listened to it yet)!
News from the business sector, including a market report.
Before last weekend’s loss to South Africa, local rugby writers reckoned complacency was the All Blacks’ biggest foe. Judging by their own output, they could have been writing about themselves.
Business is Boring is a weekly podcast series presented by The Spinoff in association with Callaghan Innovation. Host Simon Pound speaks with innovators and commentators focused on the future of New Zealand, with the interview available as both audio and a transcribed excerpt. This week he talks to Lisa Taouma, producer of Fresh.…
Sky Network Television has lost the rights to broadcast the Oscars awards event next year.
For the latest from the markets we're joined by Angus Marks of FNZC
The home and sport retailer, Briscoe Group, has reported slower profit growth and warns margins will continue to be tested by flagging consumer confidence, rising costs and a lower dollar.
The interim report of the Taxation Working Group has been released .. and overall it seems to have shied away from any significant changes .. well so far at least.
The economy has grown faster than expected in the second quarter, rising 1 percent on the back of strong activity in the agricultural and service industries.
Paul Casserly has been watching the gloriously puerile animated comedy Paradise PD (Netflix) the women's suffrage documentary series Minimum (RNZ, Loading docs) and also a Netflix original, Midnight Diner.
Sir Michael Cullen, chairman of the Tax Working Group, joins Kathryn to outline the recommendations of the group's interim report. Are new taxes on the cards?
Body image, anxiety, self-harm, social media, homework, partying, curfews, respect… It's not easy being a teenage girl and it's not easy parenting a teenage girl. Child psychologist Sarah Hughes – who has worked with hundreds of teenage girls and their families – shares some advice from her new book Skip the Drama.…
Sarah Putt has details on the latest Broadband uptake figures, Netflix's success scoring 23 Emmy gongs and tech billionaire, Mark Benioff buys Time Magazine.
Jane Westaway reviews Paris Echo by Sebastian Faulks, which is published by Penguin Random House NZ.
Australian writer Liane Moriarty's eighth novel Nine Perfect Strangers has just hit the shelves, and already the film rights have been snapped up by Nicole Kidman, who'll produce and star in the adaptation. One of her previous novels, Big Little Lies, was turned into a hit TV series by Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon and a second season of ...…
UK correspondent, Geeri Peev, has the latest on the Prime Minister, Theresa May meetings in Salzburg with EU leaders to try to convince them to compromise over Brexit. Still no answers on the Novichok saga and it's conference season with the Liberal Democrats trying bizarre tactics to get in the news.…
Housing New Zealand has committed to reimbursing hundreds of tenants it evicted from state homes based on bogus meth testing, some of whom were made homeless. A report ordered by the Housing Minister Phil Twyford has found roughly 800 tenants suffered as a result of the agency's approach.Housing New Zealand's chief executive Andrew McKenzie tel ...…
Chief Executive of New Zealand Plant Producers Incorporated Matthew Dolan talks Kathryn Ryan through concerns over supplying enough native seedlings for the One Billion Trees programme. A greater proportion of indigenous trees are to be planted in the Minster for Regional Economic Development's plan, thanks to a $240m funding boost from the Pro ...…
The Health Minister says he's committed to reaching a national agreement with midwives.The College of Midwives met David Clark yesterday to seek progress on an agreement, after it co-designed a funding model with the Ministry of Heath last year, but the Ministry then recommended against it on cost grounds. David Clark says his government is det ...…
Fletch did something to his bum, Community Notices and what did the hairdresser talk you into?
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
Synlait Milk branches out into consumer products for other companies. Current account deficit may widen. Shareholders' Assn writes angry letter to PM. How global money markets are faring.
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