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Host Cash Levy can't get any other guests, although he'd like to. Listen to thought-provoking nonsense as Cash interviews T.J. Miller over and over again. Aren't you tired of everybody interviewing more than one person? It's the podcast no one has heard of and everyone is talking about. Philosophy, unsolicited advice, answers to questions you didn't have... They pistol whip the worlds mysteries into submission- saving lives one podcast at a time, and ruining a life every tenth. Just listen.. ...
 
While his other podcast is on hiatus, unlicensed therapist Cash Levy gives solace to those with symptoms of neglect. Minding someone else’s business one episode at a time, Cash fixes problems that don’t exist. Thoughtless contemplation, dime store philosophy, meritless opinions, and endless interruptions; this is one hour of comedy that you’ll look forward to regretting. “It’s cheaper then anti depressants and twice as ineffective”
 
The Twenty Minute VC takes you inside the world of Venture Capital, Startup Funding and The Pitch. Join our host, Harry Stebbings and discover how you can attain funding for your business by listening to what the most prominent investors are directly looking for in startups, providing easily actionable tips and tricks that can be put in place to increase your chances of getting funded. Although, you may not want to raise funding for a startup. The Twenty Minute VC also provides an instructio ...
 
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Just Hands Poker

Jackson Laskey, James Bilderbeck

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Through the Just Hands Podcast, we aim to give listeners an opportunity to hear how high level players discuss a hand of poker. By hearing us discuss all of the elements that go into poker decision making, players will gain insights into cash game strategy and acquire the necessary tools to analyze leaks in their own playing. Ultimately, we hope to create or sustain a lifelong love for and ability to win at poker in each of our listeners.
 
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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Craig Revel Horwood is of the world's most famous dancers. He made his name on the West End and then went global when he became a judge on Strictly Come Dancing. That included a stint as a judge on our version, Dancing with the Stars. Now, he's teaming up with Kiwi musician and best friend, Rietta Austin. The pair are on a mission to take over Chri…
 
A NZ-made video game has topped a global sales chart after its first weekend of release. Despite only being released on Friday, Icarus: First Cohort was the top seller on the giant global gaming platform Steam for the week ending December 5, despite only being released over the weekend. RocketWerkz CEO Dean Hall told Mike Hosking that he really wan…
 
Questions are being asked about why so many midwives are reluctant to get the Covid-19 jab. About 10 percent of them won't reveal their vaccination status, forcing District Health Boards to hire locums to fill the gaps in the hardest hit areas, such as Thames and Taranaki. College of Midwives chief executive, Alison Eddy, told Mike Hosking she's no…
 
Numbers are booming for those wanting to learn a trade. There's been a 49 percent jump in apprenticeships since August of 2019. Concave Construction Co-chair Graham Burke told Mike Hosking it's a direct result of the Government's Apprentice Boost policy. “$1000 a month for the first year, and $500 a month for the second year. So, it’s had amazing r…
 
The Select Committee looking into the Labour-National deal around land access has decided developers need to provide more outdoor space and more windows. This is going to be the first of a long list of ideas and a protracted scrap. It reminds us yet again why governments shouldn’t really be involved in a market they don’t get, can't handle, and won…
 
The more cops deployed to monitor Auckland's northern border, the fewer left to deal with crime around the country. Our newsroom understands about 300 cops will be used to staff border checkpoints, during the surge of domestic travel expected after Auckland's border lifts. They won't just be from Auckland and Northland, but will be deployed from ar…
 
National hasn't given up on its housing accord with Labour. The Housing Supply Bill, put forward by Labour and National to allow greater intensification in urban centres, is expected to get its second reading in Parliament this afternoon. Christopher Luxon says National has been seeking changes to the bill, following feedback from councils and resi…
 
Reports that if you want to get into horticulture as a labourer, then kiwifruit is your best bet. The latest NZ Kiwifruit grower industry report found employers paid between $27 and $29 per hour for picking green and gold kiwifruit. It was an 18 percent increase compared to last year and also included employers offering other incentives. Kiwifruit …
 
Robert Tipp, PGIM Fixed Income Chief Investment Strategist, says the Fed has already shot all of its bullets. Sara House, Wells Fargo Corporate & Investment Banking Senior Economist, expects to see 7% CPI in the first quarter. Bill Lee, Milken Chief Economist, says President Xi has only gotten more powerful in China. Amrita Sen, Energy Aspects Foun…
 
Bill Gurley is a General Partner @ Benchmark, one of the most successful funds of the last decade with a portfolio including Uber, Twitter, Dropbox, Modern Treasury, Snapchat, StitchFix, and many more. As for Bill, widely recognized as one of the greats in venture having worked with GrubHub, NextDoor, Uber, OpenTable, Stitch Fix, and Zillow. Prior …
 
A Detroit-area artist whose studio was where the parents of the Oxford High School student charged in a deadly shooting were found by police is cooperating with authorities and didn't know the couple had stayed overnight, his attorney said Sunday. James and Jennifer Crumbley, who face involuntary manslaughter counts, were found early Saturday insid…
 
For all those restaurants and councils struggling with a seagull problem, there could be a work around in the form of six figure canine solution. The Sydney Opera House has just renewed a contract with a border collie and kelpie dog training company after four years running along the restaurant strip to scare away seagulls. The contract is worth a …
 
So how is this vaccine mandate thing going to unfold? My experiences so far are varied. I had walking to the door, scanning the QR code, walking in getting my temperature taken, scanning my vax pass, and then putting on a surgical mask. I've also had to walking in the door, seeing no masks, no scanning, to no vax pass scanning or QR coding. There's…
 
After dominating for most of the year it was a flat ending to Shane van Gisbergen's 2021 season after a puncture denied him the chance at a second straight title at Bathurst. Sitting in second with seven laps remaining, a front right puncture forced a late pitstop for van Gisbergen who looked set for his third straight podium at the Bathurst 1000. …
 
The Kiwis are flying the flag well in Formula Two. Liam Lawson spoke with Mike Hosking last week ahead of the Grand Prix in Saudi Arabia, but it was another Kiwi Marcus Armstrong who got the checkered flag in Race 1. Marcus started in equal pole on the reverse grid with Liam, but pipped him after the first two turns and never looked back, with Laws…
 
It might cost a bit more for a wine or a beer in the traffic light system. Aucklanders were able to head back to bars and restaurants over the weekend in the red setting. The whole of the South Island is in Orange, along with Wellington and several other parts of the North Island. Wellington's Panhead Bar owner Matt McLaughlin told Mike Hosking pri…
 
Almost two-thirds of Kiwis say property investors are a key reason why New Zealand's house prices have skyrocketed so high, a new poll has found. About half also put the blame on foreign buyers, while around a third say the Labour Government has played a key role. The new OneRoof-Kantar Housing Survey polled 1,000 Kiwis in October and is part of th…
 
Christopher Luxon's ability to bridge political divides will be tested today, when he announces his shadow cabinet. He's due to reveal details of his line up about lunchtime. The new National leader isn't expected to give a major role to former leaders Judith Collins or Todd Muller and is expected to keep Nicola Willis on housing, Chris Bishop on C…
 
There's hope -- but still no conclusive evidence -- that the new Omicron variant is more mild than other strains of Covid-19. More cases are continuing to be recorded across Africa, Europe and North America -- including cases in 15 US states and a sharp rise in cases in Denmark. The UK is re-introducing pre-departure testing for incoming travellers…
 
Marty Walsh, U.S. Secretary of Labor, says he feels good about where the U.S. economy is headed. Jeff Rosenberg, BlackRock Systematic Multi-Strategy Fund Portfolio Manager, discusses how the November jobs report could impact Fed policy. Tiffany Wilding, PIMCO Chief U.S. Economist, says the post-pandemic labor market could look very different from t…
 
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. The National Party. 7/10. "No contested vote and a good start for a new team. They end the week in better shape than they began it." Christopher Luxon. 7/10. "Said the right stuff and said it well. Big job ahead, but if first impr…
 
Kate Hawkesby and Tim Wilson join Mike Hosking to wrap the week that was. The three discuss whether Hosking and Hawkesby should do a Christmas album. Mike Hosking has come under fire for yesterday saying he doesn't like Fiji, as they opened up for the first time in 20 months. And Kate feels ripped off after Mike's first visit to the hairdresser kno…
 
Whether you know and love Motorsport or not you'll likely be aware of one of the biggest races of the year happening this weekend. It's Bathurst on Sunday. Although the cup is already safely tucked away for Shane van Gisbergen, it won't dim the 1000 kilometre, 161 lap, seven-hour event. Under different circumstances, kiwi Motorsport champ Greg Murp…
 
A lawyer for the assistant director on the movie Rust says she was told by her client "since the very first day" that Alec Baldwin did not pull the trigger on the gun that shot Halyna Hutchins dead. Lisa Torraco, told ABC News, that Baldwin's claim in his interview with George Stephanopoulos that he didn't pull the trigger was supported by assistan…
 
Wedding venues can reopen in Auckland under Red Light settings - but business is still hard to come by. Annette Simpkins, the owner of West Auckland's Kumeu Valley Estate wedding venue, told Mike Hosking she only has four events between now and Christmas. “The whole Christmas market has completely vanished. Probably about $200,000 down for the Chri…
 
Felt a bit sorry for Geoff White these past couple of days. He is the head of Trade Aid in New Zealand. He was forlorn over the growing reality of what he called mass consumerism. It's bad, and there we were heading into Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Christmas shopping and Boxing Day sales, and all he was seeing was mass consumerism. It's the old arg…
 
A funding boost for intensive care facilities is being seen as a start. The Government's earmarked 100 million dollars from the Covid-19 Response and Recovery Fund to accelerate ICU projects and another 544 million for operational funding, for costs like staffing. Waitakere Hospital will also get 65 million dollars for a new intensive care unit, tw…
 
Pharmac's boss accepts the drug buying agency needs to do better. It follows an interim independent report that finds the agency is under performing in removing inequitable health outcomes. It also describes the agency's decision making as "opaque" and "slow". Chief Executive Sarah Fitt told Mike Hosking they're working to be more transparent. “It’…
 
Police are defending their decision to work alongside Northland iwi to maintain border checkpoints over summer. They've announced they will keep Northland's checkpoints in place, with support from iwi, after Auckland's border reopens on December 15. Travellers will need to be fully vaccinated with a Covid Pass, or provide proof of a negative Covid …
 
Christyan Malek, JPMorgan EMEA Oil & Gas Research Head, says shale is in a straitjacket right now. Russ Koesterich, BlackRock Global Allocation Fund Portfolio Manager, says sectors are going to matter in the new year. Helane Becker, Cowen Senior Research Analyst, warns that there may be some airlines that won't be able to survive if the U.S. implem…
 
This episode of Chief Future Officer focuses on Marriott International CFO Leeny Oberg. Shery Ahn explores how she's helping the world's largest hotel chain through a challenging period for the hospitality industry, facing labor shortages, changing customer expectations, and a sharp falloff in business travel due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Learn mor…
 
Time to catch up and wrap a remarkable year for Kiwi motorsport star Liam Lawson. Of course, he had a brilliant year in the DTM - and came tantalisingly close to taking out the championship. Add to that - he's wrapping up his Formula 2 season soon - with two more Grand Prix to tick off. So, what does he make of his year? And what does 2022 have in …
 
Alinghi are back. The former America's Cup winner in 2003 has been out for 11 years, but has continued to be a sailing force in all other competitions. Now, they have apparently paid the initial fee for entry into the next America's Cup event. Two-time America's Cup winner and former Team New Zealand coach Joe Allen joined Mike Hosking. LISTEN ABOV…
 
You can't hide from simple statistics, because they are the truth and the reality. And this week's stats show there are fewer businesses opening in this country than closing. That's not just bad news, it's an indictment on the economic governance of this country. Yes, it's a pandemic, but the narrative is this country is doing well economically. It…
 
The climate levy being proposed in Auckland isn't likely to be rolled out in other parts of the country. Auckland Mayor Phil Goff has proposed a new charge to fund public transport and tree-planting -- working out to about 57-dollars a year for the average household. The idea still needs to be put to councillors and then put out to public feedback.…
 
New Zealanders are being urged to think carefully about where they go this summer, even if they're double-jabbed. Domestic travel is expected to pick up, once Aucklanders who're fully jabbed or have tested negative, are allowed to leave the region from December 15. Rural GP Network Chief Executive Grant Davidson says the populations of some areas w…
 
Understanding for why schools are likely to be venues for Covid-19 vaccinations for 5 to 11-year-olds. The Government's hoping to roll out the inoculation programme for that age group by the end of next month. Ormiston Primary School principal, Heath McNeil, told Mike Hosking schools have always been part of the public health response, including he…
 
Dr. Ashley Bloomfield says holiday hotspots are prepared for the pending surge of visitors over the summer break. Domestic travel is expected to pick up significantly, once Aucklanders - who're fully jabbed or have tested negative - are allowed to leave the region from December 15. Rural doctors and iwi groups have told Newstalk ZB some areas won't…
 
The combined Government and Auckland Council voucher and discount programme is being described as nice idea, but not enough. The $37.5 million fund includes 100-thousand vouchers for Aucklanders this summer, in a bid to reactivate the city They can be used for a range of attractions and public facilities - but nothing for hospitality. Heart of the …
 
Marilyn Watson, BlackRock Head of the Global Fundamental Fixed Income Strategy, sees a potential buying opportunity in the credit market. Bob Michele, JPMorgan Asset Management CIO & Head of Global Fixed Income, Currency & Commodities, advises selling government bonds and buying credit. Laurence Boone, OECD Chief Economist, says there is no doubt t…
 
Tiger Woods spoke about his golf future on Tuesday in his first press conference since suffering serious leg injuries in a February single-vehicle rollover accident. Woods is hosting the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas this week. The 15-time major champion said he doesn't know when he would play again but is happy that he can participate. "As f…
 
ANZ Bank's Business Outlook for November is a mixed bag. Business Confidence fell 3 points from October, a slight improvement on the preliminary reading. The reading of Own Activity Outlook fell by 7 points which is trending down. JMI Wealth director Andrew Kelleher told Mike Hosking it's a very clear signal that inflation pressures are extreme. He…
 
Scott Morrison has raised hopes that a pause to the reopening of international borders could end earlier than expected as he urged the states not to be “spooked” into lockdowns. The Prime Minister has told business leaders it’s possible the delay to the December 1 reopening of international borders as a result of the new variant Omicron could be re…
 
CoreLogic has shown that the annual growth rate has dropped by 0.4 per cent between October and November in their latest data. It's the first drop since August last year. Property listing is up in some parts of the country - 33 per cent more properties in the lower North Island compared with this time last year. CoreLogic Head of Research Nick Good…
 
9/10 for Christopher Luxon. You probably had to see the whole press conference to appreciate it, and I don’t know how many would have. In that is the trouble for any opposition, getting attention and getting cut-through is hard work. But for his opening stanza, you could not have asked for more. If you didn’t know Luxon from a bar of soap you would…
 
Does Christopher Luxon have what it takes to unite the divided National Party? The first-term MP is taking over the leadership, with Wellington-based MP Nicola Willis as his deputy. Luxon's differentiating himself from previous leaders, saying each person has a unique set of skills. Former aviation industry chief executive Irene King, who has worke…
 
Some will wait longer than others to move into the Traffic Light System. Those who were vaccinated overseas may have to wait up to 14 days before their application for a Vaccine Pass is approved. It could mean they can only go to supermarkets, petrol stations and health services for a period before enjoying freedoms in the Traffic Light System. Cov…
 
Super Rugby bosses are trying to find ways next year's Pacific tournament can go ahead as planned - but want flexibility from the Government. Sports Minister Grant Robertson would like players to be able to train in isolation, but says they won't be exempt from MIQ because it's a public health matter. Crusaders chief executive Colin Mansbridge told…
 
Christopher Luxon says the country needs a Prime Minister who understands business. The former Air New Zealand chief executive and first-term MP is taking over the National Party leadership, with Wellington-based MP Nicola Willis as his deputy. Luxon says the New Zealand economy is doing well on macroeconomic indicators like unemployment. But he to…
 
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