Newstalk ZB public
[search 0]
×
Best Newstalk ZB podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Newstalk ZB podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
Join millions of Player FM users today to get news and insights whenever you like, even when you're offline. Podcast smarter with the free podcast app that refuses to compromise. Let's play!
Join the world's best podcast app to manage your favorite shows online and play them offline on our Android and iOS apps. It's free and easy!
More
show episodes
 
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!
 
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.
 
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.
 
Loading …
show series
 
A construction company disagrees with ASB figures which expect demand to fall in the coming months. ASB is forecasting demand for the sector will decrease after building consents fell 27 percent over March and April, as a result of the Covid-19 lockdown. Andrew Kelleher from JMI Wealth told Mike Hosking it is not a surprised building is down. Mr Ke…
 
In a way it’s a good sign: there is life beyond COVID. And to be fair, of all the stories that've managed to get just a little bit of oxygen in the past few months, the climate change agenda made it to daylight more than any other. The latest chapter could be so fantastically complex no-one truly understands what's going on. We have fresh reforms, …
 
Presidential hopeful Joe Biden claims Donald Trump is accelerating systemic racism, after the US President threatened to unleash the military if violent protests in America cannot be contained. Biden has criticised Trump's move to stand outside a church holding a bible, suggesting he should instead open it and learn something. Voice of America's Wh…
 
The border closures remain the stumbling block for the economy. The Prime Minister will reveal today more about what life will look like under level one. BNZ senior economist Doug Steel told Mike Hosking border closures are still a major restriction for the tourism industry - and the economy. He says if we stay at level two, it will take some time …
 
The British Government are hoping to relax their 14-day quarantine laws. From Monday people entering the United Kingdom are subjected to a 14-day quarantine period, and could be hit with hefty fines should they break such rules. UK correspondent Gavin Grey told Kate Hawkesby people are finding holes in the Government's current quarantine laws. "We …
 
An estimated 4000 people turned out to the Black Lives Matter protest in downtown Auckland on Monday; marching from Aotea Square to the United States Consulate General in a show of solidarity after George Floyd's death. The organisers have been criticised since Monday's protest - for flouting alert level 2 restrictions that mean only 100 people are…
 
More than 14,000 Countdown employees are being offered shares in the company. The offer comes from Countdown's Australian parent, Woolworths, who want to recognise their efforts and acknowledge their role going forward. Eligible full-time employees will receive $AU750 in shares. Fisher Funds chief executive Frank Jasper says the staff will need to …
 
Hundreds of people took to the streets of Sydney on Tuesday as protests against police brutality reached Australia. Protesters filed into Martin Place, in the city’s CBD, after marching from Hyde Park. The US consulate general is located on the major thoroughfare close to Circular Quay and the New South Wales parliament. The demonstration follows d…
 
The Council of Trade Unions is campaigning for sick leave to be doubled, from five to 10 days per year, and says it will benefit all of New Zealand. The union said Covid-19 had shown New Zealanders how important it was to stay home when employees were sick, but five days was simply not enough. Its president, Richard Wagstaff, told Morning Report th…
 
The Government has announced a raft of fresh reforms to one of New Zealand's key policy levers to fight climate change. Changes to the Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) will set a new cap of 160 million tonnes of CO2-equivalent greenhouse gases over 2021 to 2025, along with a provisional emission budget for the same period of 354 million tonnes. The E…
 
George Friedman makes another return in this podcast. Who better, when there is so much affecting the world, than the Founder and Chairman of Geopoliticalfutures.com. We spend a lot of time on the U.S. riots, and it appears we don’t all agree. We take a look at China, and New Zealand’s place in developments. We update you on the General Mike Flynn …
 
An American academic says young Americans are completely fed up with racism, and institutional and democratic breakdown. The unrest in the United States over the killing of African-American George Floyd is believed to be the worst since the assassination of Martin Luther King. Alvin B Tillery Junior from Northwestern University told Mike Hosking Am…
 
Free training for aged care workers will bring in badly needed workers for an under-funded sector. More details about free training for the next two and a half years was announced in the trades training scheme by the Government yesterday. Nurses Organisation industrial adviser Lesley Harry told Kate Hawkesby the training will be welcomed because it…
 
COMMENT Come on in, all social workers. It's free. Well, it's not free, nothing is free, but if you want to get into social work and you're going to retrain, the state will pick up the tab via taxpayers as part of the budget's $1.6 billion training programme. The free courses were detailed yesterday. On the list are carpentry and plumbing, which ma…
 
It may be causing frustration, but ongoing contradictions in the coalition government are unlikely to be damaging. Jacinda Ardern and deputy Winston Peters have publicly disagreed about the speed of the exit out of alert level 2. Political Editor Barry Soper told Mike Hosking it's pure electioneering from Peters, not an intended punch at Ardern. "P…
 
COMMENT Todd Muller said he wouldn't bark at every passing car, and that he wanted to be a more measured opposition. But really? Is this it? Is invisible the goal? A very obvious and easy hit this week was the blatant breach of Level 2 with the protest marches around the country, and the hypocrisy of the government turning a blind eye. But who was …
 
England has begun heading back to its daily activities, moving to a sense of normal post the Covid-19 pandemic. Lockdown rules have eased allowing groups of six people to meet in public. Primary schools have returned with mixed attendances so far. Some schools have remained closed. UK correspondent Enda Brady told Heather du Plessis-Allan many soci…
 
US President Donald Trump has decided to meet violence with violence, and it is being met with heavy criticism. In response to violent protests across the US, Trump is calling on heavily armed soldiers, military personnel and law enforcement officers to stop the destruction. Josie Pagani told Heather du Plessis-Allan Trump's methods are frightening…
 
ASB bank has launched a new scheme to help households through bereavement. The benefit will cover a customer’s home loan interest costs for around 12 months if one of the borrowers dies. It is a free policy, that will be extended to around 160,000 eligible customers. ASB's general manager of retail banking Craig Sims told Heather du Plessis-Allan a…
 
Plenty of positivity surrounds the possibility of New Zealand heading down to alert level one, which would ease on current lockdown and social distancing laws. New Zealand has recorded 11 consecutive days of zero Covid-19 cases, with one active case remaining. But Finance Minister Grant Robertson told Heather du Plessis-Allan even just one case bet…
 
Life continues to get tough for work visa holders currently overseas. It has been revealed those holding visas to work in Ne Zealand cannot return yet, as there is not enough room for them in quarantine. Around 10,000 work visa holders are estimated to be out of the country. The majority of them want the Government to let them come home. Immigratio…
 
Protests are continuing throughout the United States despite state-imposed curfews now in place. The majority appear to be peaceful and vigil-like for the meantime, a contrast to what was a weekend of anarchy for the country. The protests are in response to the death of George Floyd, whose autopsy supports the claim he was murdered while being deta…
 
The Queensland Government have admitted they wrongly diagnosed Nathan Turner, who died initially due to Covid-19. Turner, 30, had been named as Australia's youngest ever coronavirus victim when he died on May 26. His body was found in his home by his fiance Simone Devon. He could not be revived and was declared deceased at the scene. He had underly…
 
US president Donald Trump is cracking down on violent riots across the country, promising to end the "lawlessness" across his country. President Trump is urging every Governor to deploy their state's National Guard in sufficient numbers to be able to dominate the streets. Today in the Rose Garden at the White House, demonstrators protesting the dea…
 
The Warriors played their first NRL match in over two moths as the competition returned to the competitive field on the weekend. And the New Zealand club made the most of it, beating the St George Illawarra Dragons 18-0 on the Central Coast. It was an inspiring performance given how much the club has been through over the last two months. It was al…
 
Europe is beginning to get back to normal after the Covid-19 pandemic. Spain and Greece are opening up their economy to cater for tourists during the peak summer period. Spain also recorded their first day of no Covid-19 deaths. In the Netherlands and Finland the economy is also getting back on its feet, as restaurants and cafes are opening again. …
 
An emotional video from families back in New Zealand spurred the Warriors on ahead of their impressive return to the NRL season on Saturday. Stephen Kearney's side were near perfect in an 18-0 defeat of the St George-Illawarra Dragons as they earned their first win of the season. The Warriors have spent four weeks in Australia and are likely to be …
 
Super Rugby Aotearoa could have crowds from day one. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern today told the Mike Hosking Breakfast on Newstalk ZB that New Zealand would most likely move to level one on June 10. The Super Rugby Aotearoa competition kicks off three days later when the Highlanders host the Chiefs in Dunedin. The following day the Blues and Hurr…
 
There have been protests throughout the United States since the death of American-American man George Floyd, who died after a police officer knelt on his neck. That officer has been charged with third degree murder. Jim Hanson is President of Security Studies Group and served in the US Army Special Forces. He told Chris Lynch that Antifa and the ra…
 
An Australian church is being taken to court for promoting bleach as a cure for Covid 19. The Genesis II Church of Health and Healing has already been fined for advertising a solution that contains industrial bleach. Australia correspondent Donna Demaio told Kate Hawkesby there are serious health risks if people take it, including nausea and vomiti…
 
Britain’s national weather agency has confirmed what most people cooped up at home during the coronavirus lockdown may have guessed — May was the sunniest month on record. The Met Office said Monday that there were 266 hours of sunshine during the month, beating the previous record of June 1957 by one hour. Records go back to 1929. The forecaster a…
 
What do you reckon? What will it take for the Prime Minister to see the economic, and perhaps more importantly for her, political reality and bail on the whole June 22 nonsense and get this country open, operating, and digging our way out of this gargantuan hole. Given the health numbers, surely even the most timid, fearful, and spellbound can now …
 
More fitness centres will close their doors unless they can increase gym-goer numbers. Exercise gyms are only at 70 percent revenue and owners are asking the Government for help. Exercise New Zealand chief executive Richard Beddie told Kate Hawkesby gyms owners are concerned. "It’s just not sustainable in the long term, and unless those numbers cha…
 
Nations around the world have watched in horror at the civil unrest in the United States following the death of George Floyd, a black man who died after a white police officer pressed his knee on his neck until he stopped breathing. Racism-tinged events no longer startle even America’s closest allies, though many have watched coverage of the often-…
 
It’s hard to get your head around the world and all that’s happening at the moment. As if Covid and the ensuing fallout wasn’t bad enough, America is now setting itself on fire. The divisions in an already extremely divided country, only getting deeper. The anarchy and chaos there is just so awful to watch, the reason for it, still too awful to eve…
 
Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters has called for organisers of the Black Lives Matter protests to be prosecuted and wants to know why New Zealand is not at alert level 1 now if authorities are condoning mass gatherings. Thousands of people attended events around the country yesterday - where Covid-19 social distancing rules were clearly broken -…
 
New Zealand could now move to level 1 on Wednesday next week - earlier than expected - as the Prime Minister defends police actions at protests which breached level-2 rules yesterday. Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters has called for organisers of the Black Lives Matter protests to be prosecuted and wants to know why New Zealand is not at alert l…
 
Wet weather is ravaging the Coromandel and the public are being urged to avoid all non-essential travel. Parts of Hikuai are underwater and boats are being blown to shore. Philip Duncan from WeatherWatch says the weather is a tel of two islands. "The south island got mostly dry, sunny weekend but today the clouds are building though. "The North Isl…
 
The Ministry of Health announced dozens of Covid-19 community-based testing centres around the country are closing down. The announcement came as Kiwis around the country got out and about to enjoy the long weekend - a welcome holiday break under the more relaxed restrictions of level 2. The country has recorded nine straight days without a new cas…
 
Some of Australia's restrictions have been lifted as the country returns to a form of normality post Covid-19. In New South Wales pubs are can open their doors for up to 50 people, allowing more businesses to open as it is more financially viable. Meanwhile, a support worker at Shoalhaven Zoo in New South Wales is in critical condition after she wa…
 
Are a series of earthquakes over the last week spelling the beginning of a pattern, a coincidence or business as usual? The latest came in the lower North Island yesterday, measuring at 4.9. Over the last seven days there have been four quakes over 4.7 on the Richter scale, 12 more above three. GeoNet seismic duty officer Jonathan Hanson says there…
 
Loading …
Google login Twitter login Classic login