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Robert's faith to Techno and Hard Techno roots evolved since early 2000s from turntables to hybrid live exhibitions involving both hardware and software makers that allows him to perform without limits. DJ, producer, remixer and radio host. His 360° introduction to electronic music never stopped to progress during the time without leaking his Techno origins. Born in Italy and adopted in Greece, Robert’s approach to decks started in 1999 in Turin area (Italy) performing on Sunday afternoon pa ...
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Prime Minister Christopher Luxon has met the President of the Philippines, and promised to be more engaged on the defence front and on trade. Plus, two ministers questioning the value of the Waitangi Tribunal continuing are rebuked by Luxon. And, Wellington feels the pinch of public servants being laid off. ZB Senior Political correspondent Barry S…
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Meta has begun incorporating new versions of its AI-powered smart assistant software across its apps, which include Instagram, Whatsapp, Messenger and Facebook. Users can ask the software to create images, write love letters, write a cover letter and more... Tech commentator Paul Spain of Gorilla Tech tells Heather du Plessis-Allan that the softwar…
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Sport journalist Jim Kayes and Newstalk ZB sport news director Clay Wilson join Heather du Plessis-Allan for the Sports Huddle. Is James Fisher-Harris the best signing in Warriors history? Do women need a smaller rugby ball? And, will NZ have enough netball players to make up three teams? LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informa…
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The Law Society has penned an editorial saying we should be less critical of judges to protect democracy. The editorial warns being overly critical of judges could cause the public to lose confidence in the judiciary system. President of the Law Society Frazer Barton tells Heather du Plessis-Allan that it is okay to analyse, discuss and debate deci…
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Taylor Swift’s much hyped new album has dropped. The Tortured Poets Department features 16 songs, at one hour and five minutes duration. Newstalk ZB intern Ava Whitworth gave it a listen and tells Heather du Plessis-Allan just what the lyrics reveal. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Angela Blackmoore’s murderers have been sentenced to life in prison. David Hawken and Rebecca Wright-Meldrum were found guilty of her murder last year and had their sentences handed down today, almost 30 years since the slaying in Christchurch. Angela’s former partner Laurie Anderson read a victim impact statement at the sentencing. He tells Heathe…
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A US official has reported Israel has bombed Iran. Damage is being assessed as the world watches on at how Iran is going to react. Meanwhile, a complete jury has been selected in the criminal trial of former US President Donald Trump. US correspondent Dan Mitchinson tells Heather du Plessis-Allan that the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office has no…
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New Zealand’s track and field team has been named for the Olympics. Sportstalk host Jason Pine gives Heather du Plessis-Allan the lowdown on the 15-strong squad. Plus, Supercars are in Taupo this weekend, with five kiwis on the grid. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Newstalk ZB
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Israeli missiles have reportedly hit a site in Iran, beginning a counter-attack after Iran fired dozen of missiles. A senior United States official has reportedly said missiles have hit a site in the Iranian city Isfahan. However, Iran is downplaying the attack saying the strike was not successful. Professor for International Relations at Otago Uni…
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Let's talk about judges for a minute. So, the Law Society today has come out in defence of judges and in the face of all the criticism that they've been copping lately. The Law Society has asked that we please stop criticising the judges. It's in an opinion piece written by Fraser Barton, who is the president of the Law Society. He says the way tha…
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Residents of a 16-floor apartment building in central Auckland, have been ordered to evacuate. Auckland Council issued City Gardens Apartments a dangerous building notice, citing fire safety concerns. City Garden must carry out repairs to meet standards - and if work's still incomplete people will have to move out on Monday. One resident says the b…
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Labour's accusing the Government of demonising beneficiaries - while people are being laid off. Figures out today show 20-thousand more people are drawing JobSeeker benefits than a year ago. Minister Louise Upston says that underscores the need for her policies - which include cutting JobSeekers by 50-thousand, by 2030. Carmel Sepuloni says Governm…
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The Independent Police Conduct Authority has found that the system police use for stalking allegations isn't up to standard. This is after the murder of a 21-year-old in Auckland who had reported to police eight weeks before her death that her killer was harassing her. The woman's file was inactive for six weeks after she made the report, then it w…
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Sydney police are continuing to identify people involved in a riot after Monday's church stabbing. The 16-year-old suspect remains in hospital under police guard for the alleged terrorist attack. A 19-year-old has been placed under house arrest over his alleged role in the riot. New South Wales Police Commissioner Karen Webb says they're arresting …
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The Privacy Commissioner wants to review the Privacy Act and introduce a right to be forgotten. He's concerned social media is posing a major risk for children's privacy and parents need help navigating it. A survey by his office raised concerns around young people not having the capacity to make fully informed decisions about their digital footpri…
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Police hope to go to arbitration over pay next month. More than 75 percent of members have voted NO to the latest pay offer, which included a new overtime rate, a pay increase and a cash payment. They say it doesn't remedy the decline in salaries. Police Minister Mark Mitchell says it's disappointing - and will draw out an already lengthy process. …
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Inflation is proving to be a hard dragon to slay. Annual inflation has dropped to 4%, sitting above the Reserve Bank forecast of 3.8%. Non-tradable inflation —on final goods and services that don't face foreign competition— remains very high at 5.8%, well above the Bank's forecast of 5.3%. Kiwibank Chief Economist, Jarrod Kerr, told Heather du-Ples…
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Guess what: the smaller ruby ball for women is already controversial. I was telling you about this last week because World Rugby is spitballing the idea of giving the female rugby players a ball that's about 3% smaller and lighter than the standard ball. Because their hands are smaller than male hands, and it would make kicking and passing easier f…
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The Children's Minister says no frontline roles are being axed in widespread public service cuts. Oranga Tamariki is proposing a total loss of 447 jobs, and the Education Ministry says more than 500 jobs will go. It's in response of the Government's demand for 6.5% savings. Karen Chhour told Heather du Plessis-Allan that they've been adamant no fro…
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Shane Jones seems to be in trouble with the Māori Law Society. They’ve written to Christopher Luxon about his comments surrounding the Waitangi Tribunal and their review into Oranga Tamariki. He effectively said the Tribunal has no business in running operations like some sort of star chamber, delivering summons for ministers to rock up and be cros…
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A judge has warned former US President Donald Trump over commenting on jurors on the second day of his criminal trial. Trump's accused of falsifying business records to hide a hush money payment to porn star Stormy Daniels before the 2016 election. Seven jury members have been selected after doing a rigorous survey. US correspondent Dan Mitchinson …
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The Warriors have made quite the acquisition with the signing of James Fisher-Harris. Fisher-Harris is in line to replace departing prop Addin Fonua-Blake, the club securing his services on a four-year contract. Elliot Smith told Heather du Plessis-Allan that this is a huge signing, Golden Boot player of the year and Kiwis Captain, they couldn’t ge…
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Is it time to introduce a begging ban? Locals in Rotorua and Christchurch are debating the necessity of one, Rotorua Councillor Don Patterson calling for a bylaw after reports of tourists being accosted. Despite the Rotorua Lakes Council saying that begging is down, business owners are still struggling to stop it from happening near them. Reg Henne…
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Former Prime Minister Liz Truss, who held office for a record 49 days, has recently released her new book. The former UK leader has hit out at civil servants, the Bank of England, several political colleagues - and the fleas in Downing Street. UK correspondent Enda Brady says it's clear Truss has no regrets. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener…
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Tonight on The Huddle, Josie Pagani from Child Fund and Ben Thomas from Capital joined in on a discussion about the following issues of the day- and more! Minister Shane Jones plans to scrap 'red tape' to make coal mining easier. The Greens have already voiced their disapproval- what do we think? Warner Brothers Discovery signed a deal with Stuff t…
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Tomorrow's CPI data release is expected to reveal how close the Reserve Bank is to pushing down inflation. During last week's OCR update, the Bank was confident restrictions would get CPI back to the target one-to-three percent this year. HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham predicts that inflation would have slowed down this quarter. LISTEN ABOVE See…
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BusinessDesk's Pattrick Smellie is off on a European sabbatical- and he's hopeful an interest rate cut could come before his return. He outlined his predictions for the coming months here today. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Newstalk ZB
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Resource Minister Shane Jones is dismissing what he calls green 'catastrophising' over coal mining. As part of upcoming RMA amendments, Jones will remove the extra controls on consents that he says only apply to coal. He says the industry's treated differently to other types of mineral extraction, and red tape is hurting the sector. ZB senior polit…
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Union workers at Fletcher subsidiary EasySteel have blamed the company's recent mismanagement for a looming restructure. Fletcher has cited market conditions for this restructure, and jobs are on the chopping block. First Union spokesperson Justin Wallace says 50 to 60 jobs could be scrapped. "The interesting part is- this is not only being targete…
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Air New Zealand has signed its largest deal yet for sustainable aviation fuel. The airline purchased 9 million litres of fuel from provider Neste, which is expected to reduce carbon emissions up to 80 percent compared to fossil jet fuel. Chief Sustainability Officer Kiri Hannifin supports mandating other airlines follow suit to decarbonise. "All of…
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The Government is being accused of throwing coal on the climate crisis fire. A new Resource Management Amendment Bill to be introduced next month will ease consenting for coal mines. Labour brought in the controls to end consents for existing thermal coal mines after 2030. Greens co-leader Chlöe Swarbrick says New Zealand has been phasing out coal …
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The Telecommunications Commissioner says he's disappointed about alleged breaches of the 111 Contact code by telco One New Zealand. The code is designed to protect consumers without copper landline connections. One New Zealand has been accused of failing to provide customers with a way to call 111 in a power cut. Commissioner Tristan Gilbertson say…
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There's more details on the finances of Stuff's new agreement with Warner Brothers Discovery. The Newshub owner signed a deal with Stuff yesterday to produce and provide a daily bulletin on TV Three from July 6, following Newshub's closure. Stuff CEO Sinead Boucher says they'll bring over some Newshub employees, but fewer than the 40 or 50 proposed…
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The stabbing at a church in Sydney's west last night has been labelled a terrorist act. New South Wales police have revealed a young person's been arrested after three people were stabbed at Wakeley's The Good Shepherd Church last night. A graphic video of the attack shows a person lunging at the Bishop during a mass. Australian correspondent Olive…
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Confidence the Hurricanes can cope without Jordie Barrett for one Super Rugby campaign. The midfielder has re-signed with NZR until the end of 2028, but the new deal does include a six-month sabbatical at Irish club Leinster next year. Sportstalk host Elliott Smith explains further. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Finding a jury for Donald Trump's hush money trial is proving tricky. The former US President has pleaded not guilty to 34 felony counts of falsifying business records. Already on day one, 50 prospective jurors have been dismissed after saying they couldn't be impartial. Cornell University law professor Randy Zelin says potential jurors are asked p…
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So, the 6pm bulletin on TV3 is saved after all. It's been announced this afternoon that that Stuff is going to make the bulletin for the owners of TV3, Warner Brothers Discovery. If you’re a fan of Newshub and this news gives you hope, I would very much urge you to temper that expectation. Because this is not going to be what you are used to. It so…
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It's been confirmed a number of British fighter jets helped shoot down the drones fired at Israel from Iran. The UK was among several countries which helped counter Iran's unprecedented attack - the first direct strike onto Israeli soil. UK correspondent Gavin Grey explains further. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Tonight on The Huddle, Trish Sherson from Sherson Willis PR and Auckland Councillor Richard Hills joined in on a discussion about the following issues of the day- and more! Is the escalating conflict in the Middle East something we should be worried about? Iran sent a barrage of drones and missiles to Israel this weekend- should this be a bigger po…
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The Prime Ministers of New Zealand and Singapore have agreed to streamline flows of critical supplies during crises. Chris Luxon sat down today in Singapore with his counterpart Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong to discuss supply chains and maintaining green economy initiatives. NZME business commentator Fran O'Sullivan explains further. LISTEN ABOVE …
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Prime Minister Luxon is eyeing up the opportunities and potential to be found in South East Asia. Luxon's leading a 24 person business delegation to Singapore, Thailand, and the Philippines over the course of the week. ZB senior political correspondent Barry Soper explains the benefits of New Zealand building more trade relationships. LISTEN ABOVE …
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The Warriors wound up with a 22-all draw with the Manly Sea Eagles in last weekend's match. As the team trailed 22-20 with seconds left on the clock, Johnson's attempt at a two-point field goal fell short. Sportstalk host Jason Pine weighs in on whether the Warriors should be proud of this. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy infor…
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Private healthcare is experiencing a surge in demand as public wait-lists keep expanding. A new private hospital has opened in central Auckland, and Epsom's Mercy Hospital is expected to add dozens more beds and at least 10 new operating theatres. At least 1 third of Kiwis now have private health insurance, with Southern Cross reporting a 3.5 perce…
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The Finance Minister's excited ahead of her trip to Washington DC. Nicola Willis departs tomorrow for a meeting with her counterparts from Australia, the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. She says she's looking forward to being in the same room as Janet Yellen, who she describes as a 'Queen' of international economics and finance. "She …
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The Housing Minister says introducing pet bonds will make landlords more likely to accept cats and dogs in their properties. The Government's bringing in changes to the Residential Tenancies Act to make it easier for pet-owning tenants to find rental housing. It includes paying an extra bond of two weeks rent, to cover potential damage. Minister Ch…
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The Foreign Affairs Minister says the Middle East conflict is reaching an uncertain, dangerous and difficult point. It's yet unknown whether Israel will heed America's warning not to respond to a barrage of missiles and drones launched by Iran. The attack was in retaliation to Israel bombing Iran's embassy in Syria, and most of the hundreds of proj…
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Brian Tamaki claims the public is on his side on rainbow issues. A member of his Destiny Church has pleaded guilty and been convicted of vandalising Auckland's K Road rainbow crossing. Tamaki claims there's public concern about drag queens reading stories to children in libraries and the state of relationship and sexuality education in schools. He …
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Israel's war cabinet is due to resume debating how best to respond to Iran's attack on Sunday. Most of the 300 missiles and drones fired towards them were shot down by its Iron Dome. US President Joe Biden has already ruled out any involvement in Israel's response, to avoid worsening the conflict. Reuters correspondent James MacKenzie says Israel d…
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Over in Australia, a judge has made a civil court ruling that it's likely former political staffer Bruce Lehrmann raped colleague Brittany Higgins. He'd taken a multi-million dollar defamation case over Network Ten's reporting of Higgins' allegations in 2021. Australian correspondent Oliver Peterson says the judge has described Lehrmann as having e…
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