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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.
 
Everyone has a story. Behind the Mike: Conversations of Hope is the place to hear stories from our guests, that will encourage and inspire you. We believe that by sharing personal stories of overcoming challenges can offer all of us hope. Our goal is to encourage you to dream big, to focus on Him, and to keep moving when life knocks you down. We all deal with challenges and struggles--from fear and anxiety to addiction and doubt. Subscribe to Behind the Mike: Conversations of Hope and share ...
 
My Classic Album' is a podcast about the most acclaimed and loved albums of all time! There are many great albums out there but there's an extra special ingredient that makes an album a classic album. Join Mike Norris as he dedicates each episode to one classic album and looks at the history of the album and its impact in the years following its release. ​ 'My Classic Album' celebrates albums from the 1960's right through to the new millennium from musicians as timeless as The Beatles and Bo ...
 
The Profiling Evil Podcast was designed to delve into some of the unsolved criminal cases around the world. We’ll also look into the mind of the criminal offender who commits these heinous acts upon their victims. Some episodes will examine the amazing work being done by those in the law enforcement profession, in part, to re-humanize the men and women who serve our communities. Worldwide, our police officers have been villainized because of the criminal actions of a few bad officers. Most p ...
 
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The U.S. on Tuesday recommended a “pause” in use of the single-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine to investigate reports of rare but potentially dangerous blood clots, setting off a chain reaction worldwide and dealing a setback to the global vaccination campaign. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administrat…
 
The most prevalent sexual assault predator is the Power Reassurance Rapist. This podcast interview with world renowned forensic psychologist, Scott Johnson, explores this typology in greater detail and provides insight into what motivates this criminal. Scott Johnson. For over 32 years Mr. Johnson has been involved in the psychology field and has p…
 
Travis is an active-duty officer in the United States Navy; former Vice President of Books by Vets; a board member at the S.H.I.N.E. foundation. He’s put in 1,500 volunteer hours, raising over $500k as a fundraiser; provided seed money for 6 startup nonprofits. He’s also an event coordinator and published author. Dedicating 15 years of service to h…
 
KiwiSaver scheme managers have been told they must review their fees every year, and demonstrate they are providing savers with “value for money”. The Financial Markets Authority (FMA), which regulates KiwiSaver schemes, says economies of scale have not typically been shared with savers by scheme managers through lower fees. The FMA has released gu…
 
Scott Morrison has been accused of spreading the “political risk” after he announced that national cabinet would now be held twice a week to address problems plaguing the vaccine rollout. The Prime Minister has returned national cabinet to “war footing” after experts no longer recommended that the AstraZeneca vaccine be administered to Aussies aged…
 
ACT wants the Prime Minister to "pull Stuart Nash into line" after he called MP Nicole McKee a "nutter" on Newstalk ZB this morning. The former gun lobbyist has hit the headlines after she began knitting in Parliament yesterday afternoon. National MP Mark Mitchell told Mike Hosking he admires McKee, saying "I really like her, she's made some great …
 
There are hopes that the lure of big money will help solve a cold case, as it has done in Australia. Two-year-old Amber-Lee Cruickshank vanished from a home near the southern reaches of Lake Wakatipu in 1992. Police have put up a $100,000 reward for any information, about what may have happened to her. Support After Murder spokesperson Peter Wolfe …
 
The flu could prove to be tricky this year. Over 65s can get their vaccination from today but the rest of us will have to wait around another month more. Associate Professor Lance Jennings from Otago University, Christchurch told Mike Hosking it's important we have the vaccine annually, because we can't predict what flu virus will be around and how…
 
The union representing police officers thinks new counter-terrorism legislation is making moves in the right direction. The Bill follows the Royal Commission into the Christchurch terror attack and will boost responses to terror in New Zealand. Police Association president Chris Cahill told Mike Hosking it's good to see planning and preparing for a…
 
There's always a time and a place, and yesterday, Nicole McKee pulled out her needles and yarn and began knitting in the House. The new Act MP was quite within her rights, given a rule change in 2002 allows knitting in Parliament, just not in a ministers chair. McKee told Mike Hosking she knows when it is and isn't appropriate to knit. “When I’m pr…
 
So it's Monetary Policy day today. Adrian Orr will roll out a few thoughts on the size of the mess we are in and whether his ink and printing machine are doing the job he thinks they should be. There is a level of commentary about the place, given his promise not to bump the cash rate beyond its 0.25 for a year has expired. I think most agree the c…
 
Livestock exporters say there's no justification for a complete ban on live exports. The Government is expected to make an announcement on the issue this morning, which TVNZ reports will be a total ban. Animal rights groups have raised concerns about conditions on live export ships, after 41 people including, two New Zealanders, died in the sinking…
 
It's such a crap job isn't it? Who on earth would want to be Leader of the Opposition? Already National are dealing with yet another round of whispers and it's only early 2021 - the election is late 2023. If the rumours are real and the plotting is thick, and if they can't work out that a few months after an election is not a time to panic and roll…
 
A new Kiwi start-up wants to revolutionise the way we buy groceries. The start-up, Supie, cuts out the middle man when it comes to grocery shopping so that there isn't the waste that supermarkets experience. Users would buy directly from the supplier - meaning vegetables will still be in the ground and bread would still be in the oven when you orde…
 
A local consultancy business helping kids get into elite overseas universities does not believe an ongoing scandal will affect his business. A new Netflix documentary looks into the US College Admissions Scandal – the one that saw actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin actually sent to jail. The documentary tells the story of Rick Singer, who…
 
The fashion world looks to be entering into the early stages of a new denim cycle. The boss of Levi's Jeans says they're noticing more consumers opting for loose-fitting denim over the tighter fit. Auckland stylist Caitlin Taylor told Mike Hosking she believes the pandemic has played a contributing role in this change. She says people became very u…
 
Shops, gyms, pubs and beauty salons in England have welcomed back customers after three months of lockdown, delivering a crucial boost to retail and hospitality businesses that have been forced to close repeatedly during the pandemic. Shoppers braved unseasonably cold temperatures as they lined up outside stores in cities on Monday after restrictio…
 
A former Attorney-General says it's appalling Kiwis aren't doing their civic duty. Fewer than one-in-five New Zealanders turn up for jury service. One main problem was the $80-dollars a day compensation has little pull. Former National cabinet minister Chris Finlayson told Mike Hosking he thinks there's a lot of people happy to take from the countr…
 
Business trips are expected to stay grounded, as baby steps are taken to get travelling again. CNN Business correspondent Richard Quest says it's fair to say business travel won't get back to where it was before Covid-19, but it's hard to say to what extent. However, he told Mike Hosking travel between company offices will likely take the biggest h…
 
It’s a funny old thing to watch at the moment. It's starting to dawn on the greenies that the 'magic' of the electric car might not be as magical as they thought. Like so many who hop on bandwagons, they don’t do the homework. They essentially pedal their ideology based on clap-trap. For all the buzz around EVs, two stark things have been at play. …
 
University of Hull's new marking criteria is being labelled as ridiculous. The English university has instructed its lecturers to overlook spelling, punctuation and grammar errors, so it doesn't appear elitist. They say they wish to decolonise their curriculum and believe not insisting on good written English in all circumstances will help achieve …
 
People across Britain flocked to shed shaggy locks and browse for clothes, books and other “non-essential” items as shops, gyms, hairdressers, restaurant patios and beer gardens reopened Monday after months of lockdown. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson urged people to “behave responsibly” as the country that has had Europe's deadliest coronavir…
 
The government is lucky, as it turns out, that Covid is still front-and-centre because if it wasn’t - and it won't always be - a great deal more time would be currently spent on the economy. Kiwibank tell us the sugar-rush of spending is over. That mad dash we made post-lockdown last year to buy anything and everything is now finished. The househol…
 
I'd love to be able to start the week on the Warriors, but to do that they have to win and when you lose to a useless side there isn't a lot you can say. So maybe next Monday, eh. Anyway - red flag time. The socialist agenda of this government was on display Friday with the news that they had lent Air New Zealand another $600 million. This is on to…
 
A bold move from the US government is being called a 'war on tax havens'. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is calling for minimum global corporate tax of 21 percent across the OECD. The change would provide big businesses with a single tax system, and major players like the world's richest man, Amazon's Jeff Bezos, is on board. Business advocate Phi…
 
People around the world are remembering the man who was Prince Philip. The Royal family is rallying around the Queen as she deals with the loss of her husband of 73 years. Former New Zealand High Commissioner to the UK Lockwood Smith told Mike Hosking he will always think of the Duke of Edinburgh as a wise man. "What I loved about Prince Philip, wh…
 
Prime Minister Scott Morrison said his government has no plans to set a new timeline for its COVID-19 vaccine roll out after a senior minister suggested all Australians could receive their first dose by the end of the year. It comes after the government was forced to walk back the comments made by Trade Minister Dan Tehan on Sunday morning in a liv…
 
First, the good news: The United States reported a record-high 4.6 million doses of vaccines administered in one day, according to data published Saturday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. "Amazing Saturday! +4.63M doses administered over total yesterday, a new record," tweeted Dr. Cyrus Shahpar, the White House Covid-19 data direc…
 
A dispute over the validity of large numbers of OIA requests is brewing in Hamilton. Hamilton city councillor Dave Macpherson says 58 Official Information Act requests from the Taxpayers' Union have cost his council over $61,000. Taxpayers Union director Jordan Williams told Mike Hosking a majority of the requests are for a vital ratepayers report.…
 
Judith Collins says there's no substance to the rumours of a leadership coup within the National Party. Simon Bridges is being tipped to make a comeback - with speculation he'll make a bid for the leadership, with former Air New Zealand boss Christopher Luxon as his deputy. However, Collins told Mike Hosking it as just media talk. "I'm not in troub…
 
The Immigration Minister has defended the lack of migrant workers, saying the Government's doing everything it can. Fruit growers claim there are hundreds of millions of dollars worth of produce going to waste, and they can't last another year without more seasonal workers. The Apple and Pear industry is predicting a loss of more than $600 million …
 
For the second match in succession Super Rugby Aotearoa needed golden point extra time to find a victor. The Crusaders, thanks to David Havili's clutch drop goal, prevailed over the Hurricanes in Wellington on Sunday afternoon but the win came at a cost, and will do little to damper the sense Scott Robertson's men have quickly come back to the pack…
 
In the final lap of the first race of the 2021 season, Michael McDowell's strategy was to wait for Brad Keselowski to make his move on leader Joey Lagano. When that happened, Michael made his move and avoided their crash to take the checkered flag at the 2021 Daytona 500. Racing has been a big part of Michael's life since he began with BMX bikes. H…
 
Is there a thing as being on the "right path". If so, what does it look like? In this episode, I talk about how paths can change from time to time. When we think we have found the "right path", we find ourselves glued to it because we feel that we have to. Check out this episode where I give you my thoughts on the matter.Website: www.mikestylesexp.…
 
The Netflix documentary Seaspiracy, which highlights the problems of overfishing the world's oceans, has been a hot topic of conversation this week. Mike Hosking is joined by Tim Wilson and Kate Hawkesby to talk about the controversial film, along with wrapping the rest of the week's news. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Anthony Albanese has slammed Australia’s vaccine rollout as a “debacle” after the end date was plunged into further uncertainty overnight. The Opposition Leader’s scathing attack follows the federal government announcing it will overhaul its plan after damning health advice recommended the AstraZeneca vaccine no longer be given to Aussies aged unde…
 
The country's largest grocery retailer is refuting the idea its advertised specials are misleading. A Consumer survey found seven out of ten people don't trust the specials, and question whether they're genuine bargains. The survey tracked online prices and found some items were discounted more often that not, so the so-called 'special' price is re…
 
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 Trans-Tasman Bubble. 8/10. "Too late, too long, and too delayed. But we got there at last, and it's good for a lot of reasons." Air New Zealand. 8/10. "Record day for Trans-Tasman sales. It proves we aren't all afraid of life …
 
President Joe Biden put on a modest White House ceremony Thursday to announce a half-dozen executive actions to combat what he called an “epidemic and an international embarrassment” of gun violence in America. But he said much more is needed. And for Biden, who proposed the most ambitious gun-control agenda of any modern presidential candidate, hi…
 
A lawyer says the most important thing about the Government's ban on flights from India, is the justification for it. The ban comes into force on Sunday after a surge in people arriving from India who've tested positive for covid-19. It will last until April 28th. Chen Palmer managing partner Mai Chen told Mike Hosking the Covid-19 Public Health Re…
 
Former Vice President Mike Pence has a book deal. His autobiography, currently untitled, is scheduled to come out in 2023. “I am grateful to have the opportunity to tell the story of my life in public service to the American people, from serving in Congress, to the Indiana Governor’s office and as Vice President of the United States,” Pence said in…
 
Here is how we end up in a mess. This is a case study. We end the week understanding that the vaccine roll out is not going to plan, but then part of the lesson is that it was never going to. The leaked paper showed us we are hundreds of thousands of jabs short of where we should have been. We also now know there are 300,000 doses waiting to be use…
 
Taxpayer spending on housing support is a big ticket that's only going to get even bigger in the years ahead. The Government is now spending a billion dollars on housing every three months. The figure includes rent subsidies, grants and emergency housing. Bagrie Economics founder Cameron Bagrie told Mike Hosking at the current rate, the figure is l…
 
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is not ruling out extending the unprecedented Indian travel suspension to other high-risk countries in order to keep New Zealand Covid-free. She, and her director general of health, Dr Ashley Bloomfield, were yesterday at pains to point out that outside New Zealand's borders, Covid-19 is ravaging countries such as Braz…
 
One of New Zealand's early reality TV hits is making a comeback - with some globally recognised talent fronting it. Kimbra burst onto the scene back in 2011 when she released her debut album Vows, before going on to duet with Gotye on Somebody That I Used to Know - which won her two Grammys. Since then, she's released two further albums - and now s…
 
A chance for small businesses to save some cash, and help the environment at the same time. The Government has announced a climate action toolbox to help small businesses become more climate friendly. It includes advice for things like switching to electric vehicles, and converting to clean energy. The development was lead by Sustainable Business N…
 
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