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The BYC Podcast

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It's back! BYC, New Zealand's most celebrated and feared specialty cricket podcast, has strapped on the pads for another season. Join Jason Hoyte, Paul Ford, Dylan Cleaver and a range of dubious guests for those unmistakable sounds and smells of summer. Join us for such cutting-edge debates as "What's sexier, a well-oiled Duncan Fearnley Magnum or a Polyarmoured Slazenger V12?"
 
After 33 years behind the Newstalk ZB microphone, Leighton can’t give it up completely. There were so many requests to continue his opinionated commentary that the prospect of podcasting was born. So, without restriction, Leighton continues to serve up on everything you want to hear about and some things you don’t. Stand by to be enlightened, educated and enraged!
 
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.
 
The disappearance of Amber-Lee Cruickshank 25 years ago is one of New Zealand's most baffling missing person investigations. This six-part New Zealand Herald series provides an indepth look at the cold case and Amber-Lee's mother's ceaseless quest to bring her daughter home.
 
Survivor Radio, hosted by Matt Chisholm and Estelle Clifford, airs Monday 6-7pm on The Hits. They chat everything about the episode the night before – including exclusive interviews with the eliminated contestants! Don’t miss Survivor New Zealand, on TVNZ 2, 7pm Sundays.
 
Every week, Rugby Direct gives you the lowdown on all you need to know from the rugby world. Whether it's the All Blacks, Black Ferns, NPC, Farah Palmer Cup, or just what's going down at the club grounds, we have you covered on your home for all things rugby. Listen on iHeartRadio for every angle, every moment, and every opinion.
 
This is mildly amusing banter at its mild amusing best! We’re Jono Pryor and Ben Boyce, two best mates who started their work marriage a decade ago in a quest to become a hotter kiwi duo than a mince and cheese in a scalding service station pie! While we aren't there yet, you can catch us weekdays on The Hits breakfast to talk about our life misadventures, big interviews, fun games and plenty of LOLs. OK, we can’t promise LOLs but hopefully you stopped reading after we said LOLs the first time.
 
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The Agenda

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Introducing the official podcast of The Alternative Commentary Collective. Featuring interviews and all the major talking points from the world of sports, urban dictionary and more. Your #2 favourite sports podcast!
 
Home is where the heart is, and there’s no question that Kiwis LOVE property. Newstalk ZB’s OneRoof Radio Show is a full-house of property talk, tips and tricks. Leading industry experts join us to discuss and debate the latest in market trends, investments, DIY and much more. Step inside The OneRoof Radio Show and make yourself at home.
 
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.
 
Radio Sport's Louis Herman-Watt and Mitch Powell tackle the important issues of the last seven days with a distinctly entitled millennial spin. Every so often joined by a guest to actually enlighten the masses, each week Louis and Mitch are Stoked on something new
 
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By the sounds of things, there is still bargaining going on for National Party leadership. NZME Business commentator Fran O’Sullivan told Heather du Plessis-Allan that both Christopher Luxon and Simon Bridges, the two main contenders for leadership, are auditioning for Prime Minister. "They’re not really not auditioning to be Leader of the Oppositi…
 
In his capacity as the new National Party leader, Christopher Luxon makes his first appearance on The Country. Today, in our "get to know Christopher" interview, we cover his seven houses, being a Christian, liking country music, his view on farming and farmers, Simon Bridges, Judith Collins, Todd Muller, Barbara Kuriger, Penny Simmonds, and just w…
 
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…
 
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…
 
The new traffic light system puts more responsibilities on businesses to enforce vaccine mandates and rules around proof of vaccine passes. Employsure Employment Relations Specialist Maddie McKenzie told Kate Hawkesby the feedback is mixed. "Employers are concerned they're losing some of their best employees because of the vaccine mandates." She sa…
 
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…
 
How have we survived 107 days of lockdown Auckland? 188 if you add in last year's locked down days too... amazing. So, as we finish the alert level system and head into the traffic lights today, I'm actually putting a stop light on the old alarm now for a few weeks. This is my last show for the year. We worked through the lockdowns again this year …
 
On the dawn on the new Traffic Light System, comes new freedoms, especially for Aucklanders, who have been in lockdown for 107 days. Waiheke island has been off-limits for visitors during lockdown, with non-residents banned. But this morning, they're welcoming people back with open arms. Waiheke local board chairperson Cath Handley told Kate Hawkes…
 
Signs business leaders are becoming more aware of social issues outside the workplace. The Institute of Directors have released their sentiment report, looking into the mood of board directors. 50-percent believe CEOs should be speaking out on social issues such as climate change and mental health. Chief Executive Kirsten Patterson said it shows ti…
 
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 …
 
A British court has dismissed an appeal by a newspaper publisher seeking to overturn an earlier ruling that it breached the privacy of the Duchess of Sussex by publishing portions of a letter she wrote to her estranged father. The Court of Appeal in London upheld a High Court ruling in February that publication of the letter that the former Meghan …
 
Toys, building products, bikes. Chances are you're having trouble sourcing them at the moment. But, there might be light at the end of the tunnel. Sam Dickie from Fisher Funds told Heather du Plessis-Allan why he thinks the global shipping crisis is wrapping up. LISTEN ABOVEBy Newstalk ZB
 
Economists have been hiking their expectations for Fonterra’s milk payment to farmers for this season, with most now expecting the co-operative to pay the highest level since it was founded 20 years ago. The Country’s host Jamie MacKay discussed this with Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVEBy Newstalk ZB
 
Has James Shaw just decided he doesn’t give a flying fig what voters of think of him anymore? It turns out James hasn’t gone into MIQ after coming back from his trip to the climate conference in Glasgow. He got permission to isolate at home. This is a surprise because the Prime Minister poured cold water on that idea when she was asked about it. "I…
 
This business of trying to guilt Aucklanders and other visitors into staying away from Northland or other low vaccinated regions this summer is absolute nonsense. Yesterday, we heard that the iwi chairs up north and the Northland DHB chief executives wrote to the PM and Health Minister Andrew Little pleading with the government to back track on pla…
 
A Northland Iwi says it's been left in the dark on plans for the region's Covid-19 border. Police have confirmed they will maintain checkpoints for cars crossing into Northland, after Auckland's border opens on December 15. Travellers will need to ensure they have a Covid Pass or proof of a negative test result if they want to get through. Police s…
 
Thousands of Kiwis hoping to ring in the New Years at Rhythm and Vines are out of luck. Organisers of the Gisborne music festival have postponed the notorious event at Waiohika Estate - until Easter Weekend, next year. Attendees will be able to camp over four nights from April 14 and those who can't make the new date can get refunds. When New Zeala…
 
Rhythm and Vines is off. It's been delayed until Easter Weekend. Upper Hutt council will not require vaccine passes at most public facilities. This is a rarity these days. James Shaw didn't go through MIQ after all, and was instead allowed to be part of the home isolation trial. That's despite the Prime Minister saying he would go through Managed I…
 
An Australian government-commissioned report released on Tuesday has revealed the alarming extent of sexual harassment among those working for some of its highest legislative and elected offices. One-third of people working in Australia’s Parliament and federal politicians’ offices have suffered sexual harassment but only 11% of them reported it, a…
 
Upper Hutt Council-run facilities won't require vaccine passes and the Mayor is standing by that decision. Wellington, Porirua and Hutt City councils are mandating passes in all their facilities. The Upper Hutt and Bay of Plenty councils aren't. Upper Hutt Mayor Wayne Guppy says not mandating passes lets the facilities serve their true purpose. He …
 
Pharmac is potentially a good model, but there are issues. A panel reviewing the drug buying agency has released its interim report on its operation. Review chair Sue Chetwin says told Heather du Plessis-Allan Pharmac's under increasing challenges from consumers, patient advocates and clinicians. She said the big concerns are mostly the same from e…
 
The talk of Ikea coming to New Zealand is finally becoming a reality. The Swedish furniture company's signed a deal to buy 3.2 hectares of land at Auckland's Sylvia Park, the country's largest shopping centre. First Retail Group's Chris Wilkinson told Heather du Plessis-Allan it's a very logical location. “It’s a regional centre.” He said it will s…
 
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