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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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Each week the NZ Herald's Cooking the Books podcast tackles a different money problem. Today, it's how to handle a split and the financial fallout. Hosted by Frances Cook. January has a fun nickname in the lawyer world – "splitting season". After being cooped up with each other through the holidays, the stress of Christmas and family expectations, …
 
Each week the NZ Herald's Cooking the Books podcast tackles a different money problem. Today, it's what to expect from the year ahead of us. Hosted by Frances Cook. Goodbye 2020, don't let the door hit you on the way out. What a year that was. If you're feeling burned out and sick of the uncertainty, I don't blame you. So as we take a beat, and dig…
 
Each week the NZ Herald's Cooking the Books podcast tackles a different money problem. Today, it's what we can learn from how New Zealanders responded to Covid-19. Hosted by Frances Cook. If you wanted to find out if New Zealanders are financially resilient, then 2020 was one heck of a trial by fire to keep an eye on. Well the Financial Services Co…
 
Catherine Raynes has some picks for sumer reading:Fiction The Evening and the Morning - Ken Follett A Tine for Mercy - John Grisham The searcher- Tana French This Tender Land - William Kent Kreuger Non- Fiction Bella - Annabel Langbien No Time Like the Future - Michael J Fox Troy - Stephen Fry A Promised Land - Barack Obama Searching for Charlie - …
 
Wrap it up Doesn’t it bug you to see the mounds of plastic ribbons going into the rubbish on Christmas morning? Or make you uncomfortable to wonder just how they make wrapping paper so shiny and colourful, who made it, and where? In fact, much of that glossy stuff isn’t recyclable. The glittery and metallic papers contain plastics, so they need to …
 
Air traffic Control Heading towards summer there are soooo many shrubs, climbers and trees in flower, luring in pollinators and other organisms, interested in the protein of pollen and the carbohydrates of nectar. On some plants it simply is great entertainment to just sit or stand still and watch what flies there. And it all flies there without ai…
 
We’re going to be hearing a lot more about the hack of the US government The more details that come out, the worse this is getting. US intelligence says Russian hackers are behind this highly sophisticated attack. How’d they do it? Simply, they managed to first hack and embed malicious code in a trusted piece of software used to manage their IT net…
 
Bridgerton: Shonda Rhimes’ first Netflix production is a sumptuous period drama set during the Regency era in England, as eight close-knit siblings of the powerful Bridgerton family attempt to find love (Netlfix, Christmas Day). Yellowstone: A modern-day Western about the Dutton family, who control the largest contiguous ranch in the United States.…
 
If you’re after some new Christmas music, Delta Goodrem is here to deliver. She spent lockdown looking forward to the festive season with her family, and produced a surprise album of Christmas tunes including original song "Only Santa Knows".She's been speaking to Jack Tame.LISTEN TO AUDIO ABOVE저자 Newstalk ZB
 
Nici Wickes has got a list of things you should have on hand this summer: Dairy Parmesan cheese Greek yoghurt Sour cream / cream cheese / creme fraiche Pantry Olive oil + sesame oil Red wine vinegar Tins of guava, salmon, tomatoes, creamed corn Sushi rice - great for sushi & for rice pudding & risotto Protein Quality sausages Frozen prawns Eggs Veg…
 
At the end of the nationwide pandemic lockdown, I sat down in my spare bedroom and recorded myself speaking for an hour. Maybe it sounds a bit silly, but I just figured we were living through a fascinating historical moment. I wanted to record my memories and experiences while they were fresh. I dunno; I thought it might help someone’s Year 11 Hist…
 
What a haunting, heart-breaking headline in the Herald this week, following the chopper crash in Kaikoura? Where’s my Mummy? Is my Mummy alright? It’s a stark reminder that the raw edge of human tragedy certainly dominates our news diet. If you’re grieving this Christmas, my thoughts are with you. Unlike last year, we haven’t been monstered by the …
 
As 2020 comes to an end, with hopefully the worst of the Covid-19 pandemic behind us, the question is now turning to just what sort of year we can expect next year. A travel bubble is on the cards with Australia and the Cook Islands, but a resurgence of cases in New South Wales has threatened that. A mini-lockdown is underway in Sydney's northern b…
 
Large parts of southern England will be placed under the country's strictest coronavirus restrictions from this weekend, Britain's health secretary said Thursday, as infections and hospital admissions continue to surge in those areas. Matt Hancock told lawmakers that cases in the southeast of England have risen 46% in the past week, while hospital …
 
As many of Kiwis prepare for a couple of weeks off, the idea of unlimited holiday leave seems pretty appealing. It's not common here, but companies overseas are starting to use it as an incentive for employees. But is it all it's cracked up to be? Tech journalist Josie Cox told Tim Dower that this started in with start-ups, looking for new ways to …
 
There's doubt delivering Ihumātao back into iwi hands will mean more land settlements in the future. The Government announced a deal yesterday to buy the disputed land from Fletchers for $30 million. Some of the land will be used for housing - and could eventually pass into the ownership of tangata whenua. The Maori Party claims it will set an impo…
 
Sol3 Mio is heading on tour this summer - and they're likely playing a show near you. The operatic trio will deliver a summer of music fun to Kiwis when they play shows across the country. As well as playing their repertoire of classics, the trio will also debut new original material. The band is comprised of brothers Pene and Amitai Pati, who are …
 
Well, ka-thud. I’m sure that’s the sound that ricocheted across New Zealand at midday yesterday as news broke about Ihumātao. What a dud Christmas present to dump on the nation’s doorsteps. A purchase the nation didn’t want, and a big fat bill that we certainly don’t deserve to be lumbered with. The $30 million purchase of Fletcher’s land at Ihumāt…
 
Well, what a surprise, we bought Ihumātao. Another $30 million on the taxpayer’s card, but as we all know that’s just the beginning. The only real surprise here is that we found out on a Thursday, and not at 5pm on a Friday. You know how it works with bad news and outright BS; click send at 4.59pm and run for your life. Just for context, I am absol…
 
The New Zealand bowling stocks are set to get even deeper, with another promising paceman a chance to make his international debut tonight. Otago's Jacob Duffy is a chance to run out for the Black Caps in their opening Twenty20 match against Pakistan at Eden Park, with his opportunity coming after the New Zealand selectors opted to rest key seamers…
 
A former Attorney General fears the Ihumātao deal could encourage further land occupations. The Government has agreed to buy the disputed land from Fletchers for 30-million dollars, after years of protests over a proposed housing development at the site. Chris Finlayson, who spearheaded Treaty settlements in John Key's cabinet, says the deal could …
 
Grant Robertson says New Zealand is on the road to economic recovery but the bad economic news may not be over yet. The country has bounced out of recession with GDP up 14 percent in the September quarter. The Finance Minister says the result is better than expected, and a vindication for New Zealand's "go hard, go early" approach to the pandemic. …
 
Congressional leaders struggled on Thursday to hammer out a major rescue package in the final days of the 116th Congress, raising the spectre that talks could drag out and potentially cause a brief government shutdown over the weekend. With government funding set to expire Friday at midnight, lawmakers are now discussing the possibility of extendin…
 
Keep calm and carry on. That's the sentiment from Team New Zealand helmsman Peter Burling, who could only find positives from the first day of the America's Cup World Series, despite a close loss to American Magic in their second race. After a one-sided demolition of Luna Rossa in the opening outing, the Kiwis got a reality check later in the after…
 
Australians have woken to find travel and Christmas plans in chaos after a Covid-19 cluster exploded on Sydney's Northern Beaches. Contact tracers are scrambling to conduct genomic sequencing and interview the 17 people who have tested positive for coronavirus. The timing of the outbreak could not be worse - occurring just one week out from the bus…
 
Tropical Cyclone Yasa made landfall in Fiji overnight - with powerful gusts reaching up to 350km/h near the eye of the storm. Photos and footage of the damage are starting to appear online, as Fijians wake up to the devastation left behind - with reports of houses flattened, trees ripped out of the ground and roads flooded. There have been no repor…
 
It’s been long time coming, but Greater Christchurch takes full possession of a very welcome Christmas present this morning. Yes, the Christchurch Northern Corridor, the CNC, is finally and fully open. Am I excited or what? To put this in an Auckland context, this magnificent new ribbon of motorway is a bit like adding another harbour crossing. The…
 
The game of pickleball is growing across the country, with the sport now gaining international status here in New Zealand. The sport combines many elements of tennis, badminton, and table tennis - and can be played both indoors and outdoors - caters to players of all ages and skill levels. PNZA Board President, Ruben Garcia says pickleball has spre…
 
Miriam Margolyes is a legend of British screen and stage. She is of course known as Professor Sprout on the Harry Potter franchise, but Margolyes has been a regular in the arts since the 1960s, including winning a Bafta as part of on Martin Scorsese’s The Age of Innocence. One of her recent project, the TV show Bucket, about a mother taking her dau…
 
You've still got time to mail your Christmas presents, but time is running out. New Zealand Post workers are in overdrive to deliver gifts before the big day, in the wake of a shopping frenzy. Online shopping is up 27 percent on the same period last year. New Zealand Post spokesman Chris Wong told Mike Yardley there's still time to get your domesti…
 
A children's advocate says youth justice residences are a relic of the past that have no place in New Zealand's future. The Abuse in Care Royal Commission has revealed 250,000 young people could have been abused. Assistant Maori Children's Commissioner Glenis Philip-Barbara says the problem could actually be far worse, as many institutions didn't k…
 
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