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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..
 
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RNZ: Business News
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The latest business news from RNZ News.
 
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RNZ: Mediawatch
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Mediawatch looks critically at the New Zealand media - television, radio, newspapers and magazines as well as the 'new' electronic media.
 
A weekly analysis of significant political issues.
 
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RNZ: Insight
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A weekly investigative documentary exploring what is happening in New Zealand and to New Zealanders here and overseas.
 
All new in 2017 - the Ben, the bald and the beautiful. Jono, Ben and Sharyn, weekdays 3-7pm.
 
RNZ's review of news from the last 7 days.
 
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RNZ: Nine To Noon
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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.
 
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All Blacks Podcast
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The official podcast from New Zealand rugby - featuring interviews with some of the biggest and most influential names in New Zealand and global rugby.
 
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Cooking the Books
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Each week the New Zealand Herald and Newstalk ZB's Cooking the Books tackles a different money problem. Hosted by Frances Cook.
 
A weekly programme in which RNZI regional correspondents discuss political and social issues in their Pacific countries.
 
Stephen Mills and Matthew Hooton discuss current politics.
 
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.
 
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.
 
Host Simon Pound talks to some of New Zealand's most exciting innovators in an effort to prove that business isn't boring.
 
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.
 
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Classic NBL Podcast
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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.
 
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Q+A
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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
 
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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...unless you want some more perspectives, in which case you should check out some other draft previews. We break down the projected top 10 picks. Who will be a star and who will be a bust? All will be revealed in our indepth draft special.
 
News from the business sector, including a market report.
 
The administrators of the troubled CBL Corporation have been given more time to consider options for the insurance group's future.
 
An ujp to date market report from Angus Marks of FNZC.
 
A change to tax rules for property investment could have a significant effect on house prices according to a Westpac Bank research study.
 
New Zealand firms are burying their heads in the sand over the impact of future digital disruption and may end up paying a hefty price.
 
Proposed changes to rules for foreigners buying property in this country are workable but complicated, according to a property investment lawyer.
 
Fun story: Timbo and Guyguy recorded a FZ a few days ago but the old wide-brim-hatted adventurer Mr Montgomery gone done deleted it. Please enoy this collection of correspondence from listeners who are going through good times, hard times and Disney times.
 
Gavin Ellis runs through new guidelines from the Mental Health Foundation for reporting on mental health and the Broadcasting Standards Authority on use of social media seek to minimise harm. Gavin Ellis is a media commentator and former editor of the New Zealand Herald. He can be contacted on gavin.ellis@xtra.co.nz…
 
Massey University demographer, Professor Paul Spoonley says we need to rethink "old age" both as a concept, but also how we approach it, and how we talk about it. Describing people as "elderly" or "pensioners" is demeaning and inappropriate, he says.
 
Business commentator Nikki Mandow on an historic point in relative US/NZ interest rates, the economics of New Zealand Rugby, and the Overseas Investment Amendment Bill.
 
Anne Else reviews The Map Of Salt And Stars by Jennifer Joukhadar, published by: Hachette.
 
Morris Stuart is a former pastor who is helping to bring the voices of the Central Australian Aboriginal Women's Choir to the world. Over the last 12 years he has worked with tiny community choirs in central Australia, bringing them togeher as they found their voice. The choir is the subject of a new documentary The Song Keepers which tells the ...…
 
US correspondent, Susan Milligan with the latest on former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort who is now in jail for defying terms of his pre-trial detention, and the controversial immigration practices separating children from their parents at the US border.
 
Uber is looking for city outside of the U.S. with significant traffic congestion to launch "urban aerial ridesharing" uberAIR. One of the considerations is finding a city that needs to improve its transport systems. uberAIR is set to take off in 2023. Nikhil Goel is looking at developing new modes of transport for Uber.…
 
The best interviews from NBR over the past five business days.
 
A project to restore the mussel beds in the waters around Auckland could provide part of the answer to cleaning up the Hauraki Gulf. The gulf has been affected by sediment and nitrate runoff from farming and the growing developments around the city. Scientists involved with the group in Revive our Gulf have been laying mussel beds and monitorin ...…
 
The finance and expenditure select committee looking at the Overseas Investment Amendment Bill has recommended some significant changes giving overseas investors more leeway to put money into New Zealand housing developments. The changes relax the rules to allow foreign buyers to hold onto new properties bought off the plan, provided they are i ...…
 
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
 
Capital gains or other wealth tax would knock house prices, improve ownership but raise rents says Westpac study. Economy faces soft spot then a lift says NZIER. Pushpay co-founder sells down. Latest from the markets.
 
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
 
Today Jono makes a dick of himself at a cafe, Shaz makes a dick of herself at DWTS and Ben makes a dick of himself in general....
 
News from the business sector, including a market report.
 
For the latest from the markets we're joined by Don Lewthwaite from FNZC.
 
The Commerce Commission has received an application by oil and gas company, OMV to acquire all of Shell's gas and oil fields in this country.
 
The fast food chain, Burger Fuel Worldwide, will spend most of its energies on New Zealand as it looks toward consistently stronger profits.
 
Hardware retailer Bunnings says it's started paying out for underpaid holiday pay, and it's urging former staff members to make contact.
 
The services sector has bounced back from April's dip in activity. An index of monthly activity in the sector in May rose nearly one point to a seasonally adjusted 57.3 from the month before.
 
The Paparoa Track is the tenth Great Walk constructed here and the first designed to be shared by cyclists and walkers. Kennedy Warne is in the historic West Coast town of Blackball getting a sneak peek at its construction.
 
Kiwi chef Bridget Foliaki-Davis researched her new book Breakfast Around The World while on her "first proper holiday" – at 32. The Sydney-based mother of three shares with us her recipe for perfect porridge.
 
Shane Jones' savaging of Fonterra; the backlash faced by Green MP Eugenie Sage, who 's found herself approving a water bottling plant that she had previously condemned; and signs of discontent at Auckland council. Matthew Hooton is the managing director of the PR and lobbying firm, Exceltium. Stephen Mills is the executive director of UMR Resea ...…
 
Shane Jones' savaging of Fonterra; the backlash faced by Green MP Eugenie Sage, who 's found herself approving a water bottling plant that she had previously condemned; and signs of discontent at Auckland council. Matthew Hooton is the managing director of the PR and lobbying firm, Exceltium. Stephen Mills is the executive director of UMR Resea ...…
 
When Life Gives You Lululemons by Lauren Weisberger. Reviewed by Gina Rogers reviews, published by HarperCollins.
 
From 5Ks to marathons, New Zealand runner John Campbell has shattered every record in the over-40 record book. In an incredible 1990 season, John went undefeated as a master in 22 races, including wins in the Los Angeles and New York marathons. But it was at the Boston Marathon that year where he made his biggest mark, setting the Masters world ...…
 
The Democratic Republic of the Congo faces its ninth Ebola outbreak; social media clampdowns in Uganda, Tanzania and Kenya; and Noura Hussein's death sentence shines a light on child marriage.
 
The kangaroo is unique to Australia and appears on the country's coat of arms, national airline, and sports teams. But a polarising new documentary made by a New Zealander and her film maker partner is showing another, darker side to Australia's relationship with the hopping marsupial. Kathryn Ryan talks to the New Zealand-born co-director, Kat ...…
 
The urgency of transitioning to more sustainable and climate-aligned forestry practices is being highlighted in a new report on land use by the Policy Observatory at AUT. It argues the current approach to rural land use isn't integrated enough and will create long term economic and environmental burdens. What's at stake has already been brought ...…
 
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
 
First serious shots fired in U.S.-China trade war. First qtr GDP likely to look soft. Changing of the guard at Lockwood Homes. The latest from the money markets.
 
A brief update of movements in the financial sector.
 
The official searches for missing plane MH370 have been called off - but two DJs from music station The Rock have been in Mauritius this week looking for it themselves. They raised the money from their fans and have the blessing of their bosses at Mediaworks. Was this a stunt taking the listeners for a ride?…
 
Chances are you’ve heard lots lately about Dancing with The Stars in the media - even if you’ve never watched it. TVNZ’s now heavily promoting its new rival ‘Tinder in the tropics’ show as well. Are the TV networks overdoing the in-house hype for the shows - and should we be footing the bill for them?…
 
Overdoing the in-house hype for reality tv shows; Police payout and apology a win for Nicky Hager and reporters, but it came at a cost; DJs' fruitless quest to find MH370 funded by fans
 
The police apology to Nicky Hager has helped clarify - at last - important principles of journalistic privilege and protection for sources. But it’s the third time in recent years that state agencies have coughed up unknown amounts for botched and futile investigations of journalists.
 
Mycoplasma bovis is now this country's most expensive biosecurity breach. Conan Young asks whether eradication is even possible and what impact it will have on the way NZ farms.
 
More from Jane Patterson and the focus team...
 
A review of the week's news including... Dairy farmers want Shane Jones to butt out of their business, the Land Information Minister who is a Green MP has been labelled a sell out over a Government decision to allow a water bottling giant to expand, the Government confirms meth users won't be kicked out of state houses, Police have apologised a ...…
 
Ed Glennie of Hobson Wealth Partners has the latest from the money markets.
 
Another sign that the global financial crisis of a decade ago is over comes with the European Central Bank's decision to end its bond buying programme by the end of the year.
 
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