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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
Viikoittain+
 
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
Mingguan+
 
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.
 
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.
 
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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Marcus Lush Nights
Monthly+
 
Marcus Lush engages Kiwis from all walks of life, discussing the issues that matter most on Newstalk ZB.
 
Listen to the latest interviews from Canterbury Mornings with Chris Lynch 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
Weekly+
 
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
Bulanan
 
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
Monatlich
 
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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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.
 
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.
 
Backyards have shrunk but the population has increased. With more people and smaller spaces to live in, tension can build between neighbours over how much of a view they get of each other's home life. No one should have to constantly draw the curtains to enjoy a bit of privacy. So how do you stop people looking in on you? Property commentator A ...…
 
Martin Devlin's editorial ahead of the All Blacks big quarterfinal match against Ireland in Tokyo.By Newstalk ZB.
 
Martin Devlin has a chat to Irish Rugby correspondent Peter O'Reilly live out of Japan ahead of their big quarterfinal against the All Blacks in the Rugby World Cup.By 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 has a good chat to former French international and now assistant coach of Thames Valley Raphael Ibanez. They chat about his time in New Zealand as well as a bit about this French rugby side as they prepare for a big quarterfinal against Wales in the Rugby World Cup.By Newstalk ZB.
 
This week, Catherine Raynes reviews two new exciting books for you to read. Lady in Waiting - Anne Glencomer The remarkable life of Lady in Waiting to Princess Margaret who was also a Maid of Honour at the Queen’s Coronation – and is a character in The Crown this autumn. Anne Glenconner reveals the real events behind The Crown as well as her ow ...…
 
Mike Yardley has travel tips for Tallinn, Estonia. LISTEN TO AUDIO ABOVEBy Newstalk ZB.
 
How to support native birds at home. Besides growing foods how about looking after and attracting our native birds? Many of our native birds eat nectar, fruit, and insects and a variety of plants are needed. Which are my favourite native plants for feeding? Flax (Phormium tenax). Tui’s will even fight off other birds to protect their favourite ...…
 
Looking for a new TV show to watch? Tara Ward joined Jack Tame this morning to reveal the best shows on TV this week! The Capture: touted as the next Bodyguard, this British thriller is about a British soldier charged with a crime and the tenacious young detective handling his case, who begins to uncover a multi-layered conspiracy (TVNZ OnDeman ...…
 
Codling moth in apples Codling moth caterpillars in apples are a real nuisance. The young caterpillars tunnel straight into the developing tiny apple and consume the growing fruit and seeds that form inside. It's not nice to bite into one of those caterpillars! To keep the caterpillars out of your crop there are a few tricky things you can do. ...…
 
Research done by a bank in the UK about how differently the media talks money to different genders. Basically, it separates us into earners - men, and spenders - women. 73% of money articles aimed at men focus on investing, 90% of money articles aimed at women focus on spending less. So what does Hannah see in her line of work?LISTEN TO AUDIO ABOVE…
 
“I don’t think it’s right for a private company to censor politicians.” — Facebook is picking free speech in the political ads debate. Mark Zuckerberg says banning the political ads will hurt the up and comers as the incumbents then get the advantage as they are covered by the mainstream media. But in reality, if you talk to anyone in the socia ...…
 
Food festivals, not music festivals are big on Nici's agenda! She had tips for Jack on how to get the best from summer food festivals and farmers' markets.LISTEN TO AUDIO ABOVEBy Newstalk ZB.
 
Every Saturday morning, movie critic Francesca Rudkin joins Jack Tame to take a look at what is playing at the movies this weekend. Maleficient “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” is a fantasy adventure that picks up several years after “Maleficent,” in which audiences learned of the events that hardened the heart of Disney’s most notorious villain ...…
 
Kevin's got a consumer gripe this week: the cost of removing the little plastic grey plinths that carry telco wires into houses. He was shocked to discover what Chorus wanted to change for the removal. LISTEN TO AUDIO ABOVEBy Newstalk ZB.
 
Let’s begin with a question. How often do you tune into television and a specific channel at a specific time with the deliberate intention of watching a specific show? Not including the 6 o’clock news. Not including the rugby. Come on, how often do you go "ooh, it’s 8.29 on Wednesday night, better get my TV on". Fifteen or twenty years ago, our ...…
 
All Black quarterfinal moments from 2003 until 2015. Hopefully some more positive ones to add to the montage this weekend.By Newstalk ZB.
 
The police union says a trial of armed response teams is well overdue. From the end of this month, armoured response teams in blue SUVs will patrol South Auckland, Waikato and Canterbury. The six-month trial is in response to the growing number of callouts involving firearms. Police association president Chris Cahill told Heather du Plessis-All ...…
 
New Zealand's marine environment is being described as a mess, but isn't beyond help. A Ministry for the Environment and Stats NZ report says 90 per cent of seabirds, 80 per cent of shorebirds and 20 per cent of marine mammals are threatened with, or at risk of, extinction. NIWA principal scientist Matt Pinkerton told Kate Hawkesby it's grim re ...…
 
The number of people on a jobseeker benefit under this government continues to rise. Latest Ministry of Development figures tell us 143,000 get the benefit, up 10,000 on this time last year. And not coincidentally, that number has been steadily rising since September 2017. The number of hardship assistance grants also skyrocketed, up 225,000 co ...…
 
Angry commuters scuffled with climate activists who climbed onto the roofs of trains early Thursday, snarling services in the busy morning rush hours in the British capital. Londoners have largely tolerated a series of peaceful protests in recent days by the Extinction Rebellion group, but interfering with workers' morning commute appeared to b ...…
 
Former President Barack Obama is praising Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings for his principled stands and pursuit of truth, justice and reconciliation. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called the late Baltimore lawmaker "a voice of unsurpassed moral clarity and truth." But it's not just Democrats who are mourning Cummings after his death Thursday at age ...…
 
Steve Hansen and his team have picked the best 23 for our knockout game against Ireland. The forwards have basically picked themselves but the talking points are in the backline and on the reserves bench. Anton Lienert-Brown and Jack Goodhue are partnering up in the midfield, leaving Sonny Bill Williams to fill the impact role off the bench lik ...…
 
Every Friday morning, Mike Hosking takes you through the big ticket items of the week and lets you know what he makes of it all. The Polls. 6/10. "Love them or hate them, accurate or not, they're still good for the water cooler." The Polls for Labour. 4/10. "A reality check they must have known was coming. The trick is what they do with it, and ...…
 
Westmere Butchery in Auckland has taken out New Zealand’s top sausage award for the second year in a row. It's the Supreme Award winner of the Devro Great New Zealand Sausage Competition. The Chicken, Leek and Bacon snarler has beaten over 500 other entries from 90 producers around the country. Westmere Butchery store manager Glenn McKendry inv ...…
 
THE BEST BITS IN A SILLIER PACKAGE (from Friday's Mike Hosking Breakfast) What Does He Do Exactly?/Mark the Week/CRL Update/The Green Letters/Suspicious Vegan StatsBy Newstalk ZB.
 
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's career of disdain for the European Union was a thing of the past on Thursday as he and the bloc's leaders celebrated their long-sought Brexit deal. He now faces an opponent closer to home: his own Parliament. With the ink barely dry on the proposal and Johnson still happily backslapping EU leaders at a sum ...…
 
FIRST WITH YESTERDAY'S NEWS (highlights from Thursday on Newstalk ZB) But the Greens Don't Get It/Quarter Final Nerves/Netflix No Longer King/Good Old AliceBy Newstalk ZB.
 
Each week The Front Page takes you behind the scenes of the biggest story from the New Zealand Herald and Newstalk ZB. Today it's the escalating problems in housing, and how it impacts us all. Hosted by Frances Cook. A new investigation is sounding a warning that thousands more New Zealanders are in danger of homelessness, with demand for state ...…
 
More people are choosing to ditch their home cooked meal and instead dine out or grab a takeaway. Spending on dining out in New Zealand is increasing at record levels. Sales in the hospitality industry have expanded by 4.2 percent in the year to March. New Zealand Restaurant Association President Mike Egan told Heather du Plessis-Allan dining o ...…
 
Social Development minister Carmel Sepuloni says beneficiary figures need to looked at in perspective. About 15,000 more people are on main benefits for the year to September, compared with the year before. Sepuloni says the unemployment rate is at its lowest in over a decade. "There is softening in some sectors and what we're also seeing with ...…
 
New Zealand's oceans have been absorbing the impacts of climate change – but it's unclear how much more they'll be able to take. The Government's latest environment stocktake, focused on oceans and coasts, singled out climate change - along with pollution, activities like fishing and threatened habitats - as the biggest issues facing our blue b ...…
 
Netflix's subscriber growth is bogging down even before the leading video streaming service confronts high-powered threats from Apple and Walt Disney Co. The latest sign of the challenges the company is facing emerged Wednesday with the release of its third-quarter results. The numbers provided further evidence that Netflix's salad days may be ...…
 
It's feared demand for state housing will outstrip the government's build targets by almost double. A Herald investigation estimates 84000 people will be on the waiting list for state housing by 2022. Monte Cecilia Housing Trust CEO Bernie Smith told Mike Hosking there needs to be a tougher approach on people in government housing. “The houses ...…
 
One of Labour's key promises to unions faces an uncertain future after the Government put a contentious plan for sector-wide compulsory agreements out for another round of consultation. On Thursday Workplace Relations Minister Iain Lees-Galloway released consultation documents including one seeking public input on how to design Fair Pay Agreeme ...…
 
The All Blacks have named their side to play Ireland in the quarter-finals on Saturday. Anton Lienert-Brown and Jack Goodhue have won the nod to start in the All Blacks midfield for Saturday's Rugby World Cup quarter-final against Ireland in Tokyo. Goodhue gets the nod despite only playing a total of 100 minutes since the Bledisloe Cup loss in ...…
 
The family of a dead man spent almost a week searching for him after being told by a Victorian hospital that he had been discharged. But he was in the mortuary all along. Geelong's University Hospital is this morning being asked to answer questions after reports of a blunder involving a man in his 50s who died after a medical emergency at a Gee ...…
 
A professor says that legalising euthanasia has been devastating on the elderly, poor and disabled when Otago University doctors have reviewed the laws, practices and modifications in countries where it's been introduced. Old Age Psychiatry associate professor Yoram Barak says our public debate isn't well informed. He's calling on psychiatrists ...…
 
Iconic Bay of Plenty business Maketu Pies has been given a lifeline after a buyer was found for the company. Te Arawa Management Ltd (TAML), the commercial subsidiary of Te Arawa Lakes Trust, purchased Maketu Pies after it went into receivership earlier this month because of the "critical financial position" it was in. Taa Toby Curtis, Te Arawa ...…
 
Joe Biden is punching left and right coming out of the Democrats' latest presidential debate, casting his top primary rival, Elizabeth Warren, as potentially disastrous on foreign policy while mocking President Donald Trump as more corrupt than Richard Nixon. The aggressiveness highlights Biden's strategy of framing Trump as fundamentally unfit ...…
 
An Australian MP thinks festivals should have high-tech medical facilities before introducing pill testing. The country is debating the issue after a coroner suggested testing was needed at events. It's something the Labour Party here also wants, but New Zealand First and National oppose it. Queensland MP Andrew Laming told Mike Hosking the onl ...…
 
The proposed counter-terrorism bill is gathering more support, with experts saying the proactive approach is necessary. The Justice Minister has introduced a new Bill which will monitor the activities of Kiwis returning from war zones, such as former ISIS fighter Mark Taylor. Former intelligence analyst Paul Buchanan told Kate Hawkesby the gove ...…
 
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