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News, opinion, analysis, lifestyle and entertainment – we’ve got your Sunday morning listening covered on Newstalk ZB with Andrew Dickens.
 
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The Re-Wrap
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All the best bits of the Mike Hosking Breakfast on Newstalk ZB that you might've missed, put together by GlennZB.
 
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Newstalk ZBeen
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All the best bits from Newstalk ZB that you might've missed. Collated daily
 
With a straight down the middle approach, Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive on Newstalk ZB delivers the very latest news and views to New Zealanders as they wrap up their day.
 
Don't risk not knowing what's going around New Zealand and the world - catch up with interviews from Early Edition, hosted by Kate Hawkesby on Newstalk ZB.
 
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Andrew Dickens Afternoons
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With decades of broadcasting experience behind him, Andrew Dickens has worked around the world across multiple radio genres. His bold, sharp and energetic show on Newstalk ZB is always informative and entertaining.
 
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Andrew Dickens Afternoons
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With decades of broadcasting experience behind him, Andrew Dickens has worked around the world across multiple radio genres. His bold, sharp and energetic show on Newstalk ZB is always informative and entertaining.
 
Listen to the latest interviews from Canterbury Mornings with Chris Lynch on Newstalk ZB
 
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Marcus Lush Nights
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Marcus Lush engages Kiwis from all walks of life, discussing the issues that matter most on Newstalk ZB.
 
Jack Tame’s crisp perspective, style and enthusiasm makes for refreshing and entertaining Saturday morning radio on Newstalk ZB. News, sport, books, music, gardens and celebrities – what better way to spend your Saturdays?
 
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 will continue to serve up on everything you want to hear about and some things you don’t. Stand by to be enlightened, educated and enraged!
 
Each week the New Zealand Herald and Newstalk ZB's Cooking the Books tackles a different money problem. Hosted by Frances Cook.
 
The best bits from Martin Devlin and the DRS – Saturday & Sunday 12pm-3pm on Newstalk ZB and Radio Sport
 
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The Front Page
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Each Thursday The Front Page takes you behind the scenes of the biggest story from the New Zealand Herald and Newstalk ZB. Hosted by Frances Cook.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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Speaking Secrets
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The #MeToo movement has turned into a hurricane force of social change, sweeping across the world. NZME journalist Georgina Campbell explores the global campaign against sexual abuse and harassment in New Zealand in this New Zealand Herald-Newstalk ZB co-production.
 
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Supersize SME
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Mike Hosking welcomes you to Supersize SME – a slick, bite-sized podcast jam-packed with hot tips for growing your business, from New Zealand’s best known entrepreneurs and business leaders. Brought to you by Newstalk ZB and BNZ.
 
A summer podcast series from the New Zealand Herald and Newstalk ZB. Go to Health looks at a different health issue each week, from pregnancy to medical marijuana, with the help of an expert. Hosted by Frances Cook. New episode every Tuesday.
 
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FIRST WITH YESTERDAY'S NEWS (highlights from Tuesday on Newstalk ZB) May As Well Make it Zero/Stop Chasing/Dumb RWC Idea/Andrew's Announcement/No Sympathy for RoyalsBy Newstalk ZB.
 
The Superfund has today published its annual results, and the fund has grown by $3.7 billion in the last year alone. The fund's size is now $43.1 billion. Superfund CEO Matt Whineray told Heather du Plessis-Allan that they are happy with the results. "It was a positive year and another year of value add from the team." The news comes as the Sup ...…
 
Parts of the blaze engulfing SkyCity's Convention Centre are too dangerous for firefighters to battle on the roof and too hard for a cherry picker to reach, officials say. Fire and Emergency assistant area commander Stephen Sosich said the fire was still not under control, and was getting bigger. "It is a very difficult fire to put out. The fir ...…
 
The National Party has opened a fresh line of attack on Cabinet Minister Phil Twyford, calling the Government's flagship policy of light rail to Auckland airport an "utter train wreck" that should cost Twyford the Transport portfolio. But Twyford says his hands are clean and the only part of the process that has gone astray was the NZ Transport ...…
 
Auckland Transport says fewer people will die on our roads after a decision today to lower speed limits on scores of Auckland city streets from next year. But the council-controlled organisation is under fire by the Automobile Association for failing to listen to public concerns over "large-scale" speed limits cuts, which could lead to poor com ...…
 
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appeared set to win a second term in Canada's national elections Monday, delivering unexpectedly strong results despite having been weakened by a series of scandals that cast doubt on his judgment and tarnished his image as a liberal icon. Trudeau's Liberal party was projected to win the most seats in the 338-seat ...…
 
The $703m NZ International Convention Centre has been plagued by setbacks since its controversial approval. News initially focused on a deal with the then National government, whereby in return for paying for the centre, SkyCity was allowed to unveil 230 new extra gaming machines, extra gaming tables and had its exclusive NZ license extended fr ...…
 
The thick black smoke pouring from the Sky City Convention Centre's roof is believed to be toxic. The air smells strongly of burning plastic and chemicals and pedestrians are covering their faces as emergency workers shout at them to evacuate the streets surrounding the building to get away from the "dangerous" fumes. Health authorities are war ...…
 
Marc Randolph is the co-founder and first CEO of Netflix - which had humble beginnings back in 1997. The service now boasts 151 million subscribers around the world. So did Marc know it would be this successful? And what's next for the streaming business? Marc Randolph joined Mike Hosking for a trip down memory lane back to the launch of Netfli ...…
 
Hawke's Bay's top police officer says members of the criminal fraternity are coming forward with information after police were targeted in shooting incidents in Wairoa. Acting Eastern District Commander Iain Chapman has pleaded with Wairoa residents to help catch the gunmen after two shootings over the weekend. An officer was at home with famil ...…
 
Herald property editor Anne Gibson says the Sky City Convention Centre project's been marred with controversy from day one. She says it begins with the original deal to build the centre back in 2013. Since then there have been disputes involving SkyCity gaming machines, Fletchers Construction being fined 40-million-dollars for project delays - ...…
 
Herald property editor Anne Gibson says the Sky City Convention Centre project's been marred with controversy from day one. She says it begins with the original deal to build the centre back in 2013. Since then there have been disputes involving SkyCity gaming machines, Fletchers Construction being fined 40-million-dollars for project delays - ...…
 
A supporter of speed limit reductions says it won't slow down most commuters in Auckland's CBD. Auckland Transport will decide today on whether to reduce speeds on 800 kilometres of roads in the Auckland region. It could include 30 kilometre limits on Hobson, Nelson and Fanshawe Streets. Greater Auckland spokesman Matt Lowrie told Mike Hosking ...…
 
It was the hottest and hardest competition in Justin Rummel's life. The 32-year-old Te Awamutu man has just returned from competing in the World Chilli Eating Champs in Newcastle in the UK. He challenged the world's undefeated champ - UK Chilli Queen Shahina Waseem - to a competition where they ate 38 of the world's hottest chillies in 30 minut ...…
 
There are calls for a national standard of care across rest homes, after two horrifying reports this week. A 92 year old woman was found by her family shivering under a thin blanket in a urine soaked bed with the window open. Another woman died of an infection after her wounds became infested with maggots. E Tu aged care organiser Alastair Dunc ...…
 
Farmers say the current emissions targets for the Zero Carbon bill are impossible. The legislation's commitment was to reduce methane emissions by 24 to 47 per cent by 2050. Despite the deluge of submissions calling for a firm number, the environmental select committee isn't budging on their range. Federated Farmers vice president Andrew Hoggar ...…
 
Britain faced another week of grinding political gridlock after Prime Minister Boris Johnson was denied a chance Monday to hold a vote by lawmakers on his Brexit divorce bill. With just 10 days before Britain's scheduled departure date, Johnson's government had sought a "straight up-and-down vote" on the agreement he struck last week with the 2 ...…
 
The Justice Minister says harsh penalties for street dealers isn't helping the meth problem in this country. A decision by the Court of Appeal sets new limits for sentences based on the level of dealing, and the quantity of methamphetamine. Meth dealers could have reduced sentences if they can prove that addiction or deprivation caused their of ...…
 
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says that the NZ Transport Agency dropped the ball over Auckland's light rail plans and caused the current delay. And it appears that the two city-to-airport proposals currently being considered are now light rail versus heavy rail, though Ardern would not be drawn on any details, saying they are commercially sensi ...…
 
THE BEST BITS IN A SILLIER PACKAGE (from Tuesday's Mike Hosking Breakfast) So Light, It's Not There/Training for Trades/Exporting Everywhere/Spark Sport Here to StayBy Newstalk ZB.
 
FIRST WITH YESTERDAY'S NEWS (highlights from Monday on Newstalk ZB) It's His Show/What Is Self Defence Really?/TV3 Faces Reality/RWC ConfessionsBy Newstalk ZB.
 
A Chinese tourist has died while doing the Tongariro Northern Circuit. Taupō Police Senior Constable Barry Shepherd said the 51-year-old woman's body was found yesterday afternoon near the Red Crater after she was reported overdue earlier in the day. He said a group of four Chinese tourists set off to complete the Tongariro Northern Circuit on ...…
 
Surf lifeguards are scrambling to prepare for summer after being hit with major coastal erosion. Paekakariki Surf Lifeguards are planning to shift their club 90-metres in land as dunes in front of the current club are incrementally swept away. Club committee member Matt Warren says there's been five-years of planning to relocate the club. Howev ...…
 
Britain's Prince Harry has acknowledged tensions with his older brother Prince William for the first time, saying they are on "different paths." Harry made the remarks in an interview with ITV's Tom Bradby, recorded during the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's recent trip to Africa. The interview was part of an hour-long ITV documentary that aired S ...…
 
A "deeply flawed" investigation into poor treatment suffered by a 92-year-old in a rest home shows the industry isn't properly watched over, her son says. The Health and Disability Commissioner (HDC) today released a report into the care of Freda Love by St Kilda Care Home in Cambridge, after a complaint by her son Robert Love. Freda Love, 92, ...…
 
Australia's major newspapers published redacted front pages on Monday in a coordinated campaign to highlight government secrecy that is often justified on national security grounds. Rival media businesses first banded together to fight for press freedom in June after police raided the Canberra home of a News Corp. journalist and the Sydney head ...…
 
In a landmark judgment released by the Court of Appeal, meth dealers who can prove their addiction caused their offending could have their sentences cut. An offender's role in a drug network will also have a greater bearing on the length of a prison sentence, or if they're jailed at all. What's more, a drug dealer's poverty and deprivation will ...…
 
In a landmark judgment released by the Court of Appeal, meth dealers who can prove their addiction caused their offending could have their sentences cut. An offender's role in a drug network will also have a greater bearing on the length of a prison sentence, or if they're jailed at all. What's more, a drug dealer's poverty and deprivation will ...…
 
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces a frenzied week of activity in Parliament, and possibly in the courts, as he tries to woo rebellious lawmakers in time to meet the Oct. 31 Brexit deadline. Johnson has vowed to avoid needing yet another extension to that deadline, even though he has formally asked — in distinctly unenthused tones — for ...…
 
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces a frenzied week of activity in Parliament, and possibly in the courts, as he tries to woo rebellious lawmakers in time to meet the Oct. 31 Brexit deadline. Johnson has vowed to avoid needing yet another extension to that deadline, even though he has formally asked — in distinctly unenthused tones — for ...…
 
Qantas has set a new record for the longest non-stop commercial flight - but it might not be a green light for the service to go ahead. The 19-hour test flight from New York to Sydney had 50 passengers and crew on board and they were monitored to see how a long flight affects the human body. Aviation analyst Irene King told Mike Hosking there a ...…
 
The founder of the volunteer student army says young people shouldn't be forced into volunteering. New Zealand First members have voted for the party to look into giving 100 hours of compulsory community service to all teenagers aged between 15 and 19. Student Volunteer Army founder Sam Johnson told Mike Hosking that's not the way to go. "It's ...…
 
The Rugby World Cup is proving to be a winner for Spark - even if its coverage hasn't impressed some rugby fans. Spark says it had no technical or capacity issues during the four Rugby World Cup quarter finals, despite the platform receiving its highest audience to date. Greg Smith from Fat Prophets told Kate Hawkesby while some customers aren' ...…
 
There's a push for New Zealand to star as a 'dark sky' nation. The country already has three accredited 'dark sky' sites - and and now a group of scientists is hoping the whole of New Zealand might join in. In the existing reserves, light is reduced as much as possible to make it easier to see stars in the sky. Royal Astronomical Society of New ...…
 
England and the All Blacks will take clumps from each other this weekend in Tokyo. It will be a battle royale. Afterwards, though, if their coaches are anything to go by at least, they will sit back and share a beer. Steve Hansen and Eddie Jones swapping text messages before their sides clash is the ultimate contrast to what promises to be a fu ...…
 
Winston Peters is suggesting some personnel changes for National, The New Zealand First party leader railed against the opposition at his annual conference at the weekend. He told Mike Hosking National's trade and economic development spokesman Paul Goldsmith is out of his depth, and Amy Adams should've had that role. "Even Maggie Thatcher work ...…
 
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is still at odds with Parliament over how to break the Brexit impasse, and the European Union is considering Johnson's halfhearted request for a delay to the Oct. 31 deadline. There are things to look for in the coming days. JOHNSON'S PUSH IN PARLIAMENT The prime minister has endured a string of defeats in P ...…
 
Responding to stinging criticism, President Donald Trump has abruptly reversed his plan to hold the next year's Group of Seven world leaders' meeting at his Doral golf resort in Florida. "I think he knows," his acting chief of staff said Sunday, "people think it looks lousy." Trump announced a rare backtrack Saturday night after facing accusati ...…
 
THE BEST BITS IN A SILLIER PACKAGE (from Monday's Mike Hosking Breakfast) What Have We Really Seen?/Still Building Issues/Cops with Guns/Scam-O-Rama/Where's My Waiter?By Newstalk ZB.
 
Japan's dream is over but memories of their inspiring home ride will long live on. When initial disappointment fades, pride will again rise. The legacy of this group is gripping those well outside their borders with a captivating brand of rugby that carried them all the way to the Rugby World Cup knockouts for the first time. That, alone, can n ...…
 
Michael Cheika has taken a swipe at Rugby Australia's Kiwi boss Raelene Castle as he confirmed he will be quitting as head coach after the Wallabies' 40-16 quarter-final loss to England. After initially side-stepping questions about his future, Chieka stayed true to his stance that he would end his five-year tenure with Australia if they failed ...…
 
Meghan Markle has said that she is "existing, not living" while struggling with the pressures of royal life and media scrutiny. The Duchess opened up during an emotional interview with broadcaster Tom Bradby for a new documentary which is set to air on ITV in the UK. A new video from the documentary has emerged today which shows Harry discussin ...…
 
FIRST WITH YESTERDAY'S NEWS (highlights from the weekend on Newstalk ZB) ABs Just Better/The Downfall of 3/Baby Names Are Tricky/Tami AgainBy Newstalk ZB.
 
Martin Devlin chats to former All Blacks number 8 Murray Mexted reflecting on a Rugby masterclass by the All Blacks in their quarterfinal cup win toBy Newstalk ZB.
 
Martin and Thomas dissect 5 separate sporting topics, 60 seconds on each. When the buzzer goes, so do they on to the next one.By Newstalk ZB.
 
Martin Devlin chats to 3 lucky All Blacks fans - Dom, Maggie and Patrick who were all lucky enough to have been in the ground to watch the boys thump Ireland in their Rugby World Cup game.By Newstalk ZB.
 
The Sunday Session's resident travel blogger Megan Singleton joined Andrew Dickens live from China today, as she continues her week long stay in Beijing. She shares her top tips on what to do in the city, and shares her difficulties of trying to listen to the rugby from the other side of the world. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Me by Elton John – his memoir, in his own words and I just loved it. He takes a really wry look back at his life – the childhood, the talent, meeting Bernie, the clothes, tours, money, men, Bernie Reid, the drugs, the tantrums, other celebrities, and of course David Furnish and the kids. It’s really great. The Guardians by John Grisham. A young ...…
 
Two years down, one to go - how will the Coalition Government look heading into next election? The two year anniversary of the government forming has coincided with the NZ First annual conference, and whether the coalition partner will make it into the 2020 has been under the spotlight. Winston Peters has sought to carve his out a different par ...…
 
The bond with our dogs can be like no other. In a new book, How to Walk a Dog, that connection with our dogs is looked at, the highs and lows, joy and heartache of dog ownership, right from naming them to saying goodbye. And it’s all set in the back drop of Wellington’s dog parks. The book comes from investigative crime and justice journalist, ...…
 
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