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Join The Detail team every weekday as they make sense of the big stories with the country’s best journalists and experts. Produced by Newsroom for RNZ, and made possible by NZ on Air. Listen on RNZ National at 6.30pm Monday-Thursday.
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Keeping up to date with the news just became a little easier. Available every weekday at 5am, tune in as Katie Harris, Chelsea Daniels and Georgina Campbell chat 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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Listen back to features and interviews from 95bFM's daily news and current affairs show. Rosetta Stone, Nicholas Lindstrom, Rawan Saadi, and Jessica Hopkins focus on the issues of Tāmaki Makaurau and elsewhere in independent-thinking bFM style. Monday-Thursday 12-1pm on 95bFM.
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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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Matt and Adam are two Aussie blokes from similar walks of life. One now lives on the Gold Coast of Australia and the other in New Zealand. Each week they will discuss current affairs from their homeland and what is thought to be news in their respective countries of residence.
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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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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!
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At The Drive Thru (formerly known as The Egonomist); your premier source for rants, raves and arguments on topics from Politics to News to Social Trends, with a focus on New Zealand but with an eye to the world. Each week Dan and Dave will bring you new episodes. Sometimes deep and philosophical, sometimes filth and vitriol, we aim to be a voice of informed malcontent.
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Lately with Karyn Hay is a late night radio show on RNZ National, with an eye on live events, an ear for music, a great sense of humour and a genuine interest in people and their stories.
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A Tauranga commissioner says they've been given a mandate to make Long Term Plan decisions. The city's commissioner's have been criticised for doing that, before a council election in July. Proposals include rent increases of 240 percent for charities and not-for-profit organisations. This has come under fire. Commissioner Anne Tolley told Heather …
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All three IVF providers in the US state of Alabama have now suspended their services after the Alabama Supreme Court ruling that an embryo is a child with all the rights of a child. IVF providers who are now worried they're going to be in legal trouble for discarding these embryos. Andrew Murray is group medical director of Fertility Associates. He…
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Taylor Swift fans all over Australia and New Zealand are getting ready to enjoy the Sydney leg of the Eras tour, including those hard of hearing. Marni Van Vliet is a sign language interrupter for concerts all over Australia. She says Told Heather Du Plessis-Allan that there are so many reasons to go to concerts, even when you are hard of hearing. …
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The Union for the Public Service worker says that our border security is at risk of customs, goes ahead with staff cuts. Customs are seeking voluntary redundancies and early retirements in an effort to save money. National Secretary for the Public Service Association Duane Leo told Heather Du Plessis-Allan that ironic because this government has ta…
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A real estate agent who's refused to take a compulsory Māori culture training believes she has support from the public. Janet Dickson is facing a five-year ban for not completing a short course on te ao Māori and tikanga -- and she's now seeking a judicial review. Dickson told Heather du Plessis-Allan the course has nothing to do with her real esta…
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The Chief Operating officer for Air Chatams is concerned by the potential for rising costs for airfares. This comes as the cost of Auckland Airport’s $8 billion 10-year redevelopment plan is being passed on in airport fees and passenger levies. COO of Air Chathams told Heather Du Plessis-Allan that the they had already seen a 20% drop in domestic f…
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The case of the real estate agent being forced to do a Māori culture and tikanga course or lose her job is a case of bad judgment by the Real Estate Authority. Estate agents have to do courses to retain their licenses. 10 hours of training a year... mostly they can pick which topics they do But a couple are compulsory for everyone. And one of them …
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Te Radar and Michele A'Court look at the lighter moments of the week, including the unusual reason thousands of bodyguards are being hired across China. Media there is reporting a surge of interest in private protection as people look to impress love interests, or intimidate their neighbours. And the world of darts has been hit with a stinky scanda…
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Players will be kitted out with new technology as Super Rugby Pacific kicks off tonight. Smart mouthguards will monitor head impact events, so doctors can identify who needs further assessment. And the battle between High Performance Sport NZ and the Mahe Drysdale-led Athletes' Cooperative is headed to the Employment Court. HPSNZ indicated this wee…
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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. Grant Robertson: 7/10 Witty, decent bloke. He lightened the mood. Grant Robertson, the Finance Minister: 2/10 Buggered the economy and that, sadly, is his legacy. Ginny Anderson: 1/10 With a fulsome apology still pending, she ends…
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The poverty figures out yesterday confirm once and for all that what the previous Government tried to do was all theory and no reality. We are going backwards, and no amount of free money was going to fix it. Poverty reduction was Labour's calling card, it was the Jacinda Ardern nuclear moment. She was the minister in charge of it and yet, they fai…
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Haupai Puha is the first New Zealander to win a card to the Professional Darts Corporation where he can play at the top table against the world's best. There are 128 players around the world given a card - the first 64 are based on rankings while the remaining half have to qualify through what are known as Q-Schools. A former pro golfer - Haupai fu…
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A building expert says people tend to focus on the cost of building infrastructure and think they'll figure everything else out as they go along. The Infrastructure Commission says we need to spend around 60% of our investment to look after what we already have, rather than building more. AUT Professor of Construction Management John Tookey told Mi…
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An attempt at the closest ever landing to the Moon's south pole will take place a little later this morning, at NZT 10.30am. Robotic spacecraft Odysseus will attempt to be the closest US vehicle ever to the moon's South Pole, and the first privately built spacecraft to land in one piece. Private Japanese, U.S, and Israeli crafts have already failed…
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Child poverty continues to increase, coming as no surprise to frontline organisations The latest Stats NZ figures show a two percent rise to 12.5% of all children are living in households that can't afford the basics. Child Matters chief executive Jane Searle says the numbers of two-income families needing the help of community initiatives has rise…
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Bad news for air travellers as current air fares are set to be the new normal. Air New Zealand has announced earnings before tax of $185-million for the first half of the current financial year. CEO Greg Foran told Mike Hosking that some costs, such as for parts, food and beverage, wages, and air navigation are with them to stay. He says they have …
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A new Infrastructure Commission report has found that we need to be spending 60% of funds on what already exists. Its worried not enough investment is going into areas like highways, roads, and water to ensure they're ready long term. Director of Economics Peter Nunns says we need to start with having a good understanding of what's in the ground. H…
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The Government says it's looking to recognise achievement with its plan to change the tertiary fees free policy. The Tertiary Education Commission says there's no discernible evidence that the first year free policy helped more low decile school students into university. The coalition's planning to shift the free year to the final year of study. Te…
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Tough talks lie ahead for the Trade Minister who's heading to World Trade Organisation meeting in Abu Dhabi. Todd McClay will be vice-chairing the meeting which will discuss topics including agricultural trade rules, e-commerce, and fishery subsidies. He told Mike Hosking that he's optimistic there will be gains in some areas. McClay says we'll be …
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There’s “a new approach" from the Government on breaking the cycle of child poverty. The percentage of children living in poverty has risen to 17.5, with the percentage of children facing material hardship rising to 12.5. Child Poverty Reduction Minister Louise Upston says they'll have a target and will be held accountable for it. She told Mike Hos…
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There’s concerns the Government's plan to switch the first year of free tertiary study to the final year won't hit the mark. The Tertiary Education Commission has told a select committee this week that there's no discernible evidence the first-year policy changed numbers of low decile school students attending university. Tertiary Education Union N…
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Two years have passed since Russia invaded Ukraine, but there is still no end in sight for the conflict. As Ukraine desperately seeks funding and support from its global allies, the war continues in an effective stalemate, with both sides struggling to make ground. However, could the suspicious death of incarcerated Russian opposition leader, Alexe…
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