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From the NZ Herald newsroom comes A Moment in Crime - a podcast delving into some of New Zealand’s biggest cases. Anna Leask has been a crime and justice reporter at the Herald for more than a decade. Each month she'll take you inside some of our most infamous incidents, notorious offenders and behind the scenes of high profile trials and events to show you what’s really happening in your backyard.
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Each Friday, NZ Herald Deputy Political Editor Thomas Coughlan covers off the biggest political news in New Zealand, going behind the headlines and giving the inside perspective direct from the Beehive, featuring interviews with politicians, press gallery reporters and economic and political experts. And join us every month for a Local Edition episode with Georgina Campbell, looking at the biggest concerns from a local government level. You can find more politics news at nzherald.co.nz/politics/
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Keeping up to date with the news just became a little easier. Available every weekday at 5am, tune in as Chelsea Daniels chats with the journalists and newsmakers, going behind the headlines to break down what you need to know on the biggest stories of the day.
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The Featherston Booktown Karukatea Festival is where we celebrate books, storytelling and ideas, and the artefact and craft of the book. Join NZ Herald Columnist Shane Te Pou and Booktown volunteer Phil Quin for a series of enlightening and entertaining discussions with some of the featured guests from the Festival. The Festival takes place from 10 -12 May 2024 in Featherston, Aotearoa - New Zealand.
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Chasing Ghosts is a NZ Herald true crime series, looking at some of the most notable cases from our past. The original series looks into the disappearance of Amber-Lee Cruickshank, one of New Zealand's most baffling missing person investigations. Murder in the Sounds explores the ongoing debate about the disappearances of Ben Smart and Olivia Hope, and the arrest of Scott Watson. Below the Surface unpacks the multiple investigations in the death of Goy Thongsi.
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Election 2017 demands an explanation. Sky Sport Commentator Scotty J Stevenson, Auckland's Sexiest Man 2014 Jeremy Wells and retired stuntman Matt Heath are on a weekly mission to give you one. They are Great Together every Monday and Thursday until Election Day. 30 odd minutes of political insight and set piece powered by the NZ Herald and Radio Hauraki.
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In this new 10-part series, journalist Sasha Borissenko investigates the truth - and debunks the myths - about weight in Aotearoa. This is a podcast about fatness, but don't come here expecting any weight loss tips. The series will look at how society has conditioned us to feel about our weight, looking at everything from the messages we receive around food and dieting, to the societal structures in place influencing our decisions, with dozens of interviews with experts, government officials ...
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Conversations about the intersections of media, culture and technology in New Zealand, hosted by Duncan Greive, founder of The Spinoff. We'd love it if you're able to take a few minutes to fill out this short survey about The Fold so we can learn more about our listening community and what you'd like to hear on this series. Please click here to fill out the survey.
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Each Tuesday New Zealand Herald Journalists Katie Harris and Cheree Kinnear take a closer look at an issue, event or topic that’s been filling up our news feeds or taking over our water cooler chats. Whether that’s the reality of working in a high-end brothel, the growing obsession with white-collar magic mushroom use or a day in the life of a West Auckland cop we’ll take you behind the scenes of some of the biggest stories. From politics, crime and even a little bit of entertainment we’re h ...
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The Jane Anderson Brand You Show is the podcast for experts, consultants, speakers, trainers, academics and coaches who are or aim to be the leaders in their field. Jane shares her insights as well as interviews those who are industry experts to find out about their experiences when marketing themselves under their Personal Brand, or name. According to US Labour Data, by 2020 50% of the workforce will be self-employed​. The ability to market & sell yourself is an essential skill for the futu ...
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The top brass at the country’s banks, as well as their regulators, are due to be publicly questioned by politicians about the level of competition in the banking sector. Finance Minister Nicola Willis has asked Parliament’s Finance and Expenditure Committee to lead an inquiry into competition in the banking sector. The inquiry will draw on the draf…
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The global economy is still recovering from a difficult few years, and New Zealand is not immune. The NZX 50 has been struggling recently, the recent mini-reporting season saw largely disappointing results for many companies, and the usual investment opportunities are not delivering. In these times of difficulty though, there are plenty of opportun…
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New figures showed the UK economy experienced no growth in April. The region's GDP was flat for an entire month, off the back of a 0.4 percent bump in March. UK correspondent Gavin Grey says this dip will be a problem for the Conservative Party ahead of the election. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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An optimistic update from Tower Insurance, as the company increased its profit expectations. This is the third projected profit upgrade for the company - a significant turnaround following a chaotic 2024. Milford Asset Management's Michael Luke explains how the company's new strategic direction helped boost these numbers. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudi…
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An update concerning the proposed lobbying crackdown has been met with disappointment from transparency advocates. The Ministry of Justice revealed a new code of conduct co-written by lobbyists - featuring significant changes to the original document. Transparency International CEO Julie Haggie says the new code isn't worth the paper it's printed o…
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On the Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive Full Show Podcast for Wednesday, 12 June 2024, Richard McIntyre from Federated Farmers tells Heather just what the farmers want from the banking inquiry now that the government has expanded its scope to include rural banking. Lawyer Michael Bradley talks to Heather about Jarryd Hayne's rape conviction getting o…
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Tonight on The Huddle, Nick Leggett from Infrastructure New Zealand and ZB Wellington Mornings host Nick Mills joined in on a discussion about the following issues of the day - and more! New figures from Stats NZ show more than 130,000 people left in the year to April, 81,200 of which were Kiwi citizens - the highest on record. How can we turn this…
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The sky's the limit for aspiring pilots, as Air New Zealand launches their Mangōpare Pilot Cadetship scheme. The program is open to applications - and will fast-track the journey from becoming a commercial pilot from 24-36 months to approximately 14 months. The airline's Chief Operational Integrity and Safety Officer, Captain David Morgan, says it'…
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Health NZ is standing by its processes, despite upset over staff having to pay back money received in error. The Nurses' Union is raising concerns over the pay back request, as Health NZ still owes workers $2 billion in under payments. HNZ Chief People Officer Andrew Slater says at any one time, only about one million in errors is being chased acro…
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Prosecutors are considering a fourth trial after a former Australian NRL star's rape convictions have been quashed again. Jarryd Hayne has been released on bail, after spending a year behind bars for being convicted of two counts of sexual intercourse without consent last April. The verdict has been overturned on the basis that the judge didn't all…
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The police helicopter and checkpoints are being used in Marokopa in the search for Tom Phillips and his three children. Police announced an $80,000 reward yesterday - and say they've had an increase in emails, calls and visits since. Waikato Herald reporter Maryana Garcia says police are stopping cars going in and out of the town and the chopper ha…
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Look, I have got the point where I personally think St John ambulance service is so broken that I'm not sure I would rely on it in an emergency anymore. Today, the union representing the ambulance workers has announced it’s launching industrial action - indefinitely. It says St John first said there was no money for pay increases - then did make a …
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Rural communities are elated to see their repeated concerns being heard. The Finance Minister has asked the Finance and Expenditure and Primary Production Committees to lead a joint inquiry into rural banking. Federated Farmers says rural New Zealanders are facing huge financial pressures - worsened by unfair interest rates. Spokesperson Richard Mc…
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Finance Minister Nicola Willis has asked the Finance and Expenditure and Primary Production Committees to lead a joint inquiry into banking. The investigation will be primarily focused on rural banking, and submissions from banks and chairpersons and chief executives will be expected. ZB senior political correspondent Barry Soper explained what thi…
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The son of President Joe Biden has been found guilty in another new US legal first. Hunter Biden was found guilty of three offences - for lying about illegal drug use when buying and keeping a gun in 2018. US correspondent Dan Mitchinson says the younger Biden's verdict has opened discussions about Biden's chances at the presidency. LISTEN ABOVE Se…
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Black Caps coach Gary Stead's hinted at tweaks - rather than wholesale changes - to their team for tomorrow's must-win T20 World Cup clash with the West Indies. New Zealand were rolled for 75 - their fourth lowest total in the format - during an 84-run drubbing by Afghanistan in their tournament opener. Sportstalk host D'Arcy Waldegrave unpacks the…
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There's a big worry at the number of skilled New Zealanders flowing out of the country. Latest figures from Stats NZ show more than 130,000 people left in the year to April - the highest on record. A record 81,200 New Zealand citizens made up majority of the departures. Massey University Sociologist Paul Spoonley says we're losing a lot of talented…
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New Zealand is a farming country, and that’s not going to change anytime soon. Agriculture and the primary sector remain central to our international trade, with export revenue hitting a record 57.8 billion in the year to June 2023. That number is expected to dip when the next figures are announced, as the tough economic climate is felt throughout …
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Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has faced some scorn from leaders and the public over his actions at the D-day commemorations. Several world leaders and surviving veterans gathered for the event's 80th anniversary, and Sunak drew ire by leaving early. UK correspondent Enda Brady says voters won't forgive this. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener fo…
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The Government's move to scrap agriculture from the Emissions Trading Scheme has been welcomed by rural leaders. The newly-scrapped scheme would see farmers charged for additional emissions units used above their allotted allowance by 2025. Agriculture Minister Todd McClay says the Government needed to focus on 'practical tools' that wouldn't reduc…
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The Government has has used the launch of a new build-to-rent facility in Auckland to announce new rules for the Overseas Investment Act. More money will be directed towards build-to-rent developments - and foreign investors will have a streamlined pathway to acquire land for said developments. Infometrics principal economist Brad Olsen says this m…
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It's a big week for the rural community, as crowds flock to Waikato for Fieldays 2024. From June 12 to 15, people will gather at Mystery Creek for the 56th running of the largest agricultural event in the Southern Hemisphere. The Country host is predicting a 'subdued' mood from attendees ahead of this year's event. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/l…
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Opposition leader Chris Hipkins has overtaken the Prime Minister on net favourability, as support dropped for the coalition. A Taxpayers' Union-Curia poll had Chris Luxon tumbling 13 points to negative five percent, with Hipkins up 4 points to three percent. Both ACT and New Zealand First leaders have also seen a drop, with David Seymour down 11 po…
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​On the Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive Full Show Podcast for Tuesday, 11 June 2024, Detective Inspector Graham Pitkethley gives an update on his homicide investigation following the death of a Te Kuiti baby. The Climate Change Minister tells Heather why farmers shouldn't be paying for their emissions and will definitely be excluded from the Emissio…
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Tonight on The Huddle, Jordan Williams from the Taxpayers' Union and Jack Tame from ZB's Saturday Mornings and Q&A joined in on a discussion about the following issues of the day - and more! It's been revealed agriculture will be taken off the Emissions Trading Scheme. Is this the right call for New Zealand's emissions profile? Waikato authorities …
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The Royal New Zealand Air Force has reported observing breaches of UNSC sanctions against North Korea during patrol missions. The P-8A Poseidon flew 11 missions to detect and deter evasions of UN during April and May - and allegations of illegal ship-to-ship transfers have surfaced. RNZAF No. 5 Squadron Commanding Officer Mark Whiteside says they d…
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