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The U.S. has hit the debt limit 78 times since the 1960s, but for the first time in history, five women are responsible for shaping U.S. fiscal policy. Their experience and perspectives, could change how the country deals with the debt limit. And they might be able to do what other politicians cannot: get along. Plus, how did George Santos fund his…
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US correspondent Danielle Kurtzleben joins Kathryn to talk about the ongoing negotiations into raise the debt ceiling after US government debt hit its limit of US$31.4 trillion last week. Meanwhile the long fight over the speakership and debt ceiling crisis have caused some in the Republican party to question whether its lost its way. And Utah has …
Krystal and Saagar discuss Trump's election campaign heating up as he throws jabs at Ron Desantis and Nikki Haley, Jordan Peterson's unusual take on the Joe Rogan podcast where he says Desantis did the wrong thing by banning CRT in Florida, Biden's re election campaign begins to shape up, a push for the US to send F16 Fighter Jets to Ukraine, Trump…
Michael Strain is the Director of Economic Policy Studies and the Arthur F. Burns Scholar in Political Economy at the American Enterprise Institute and is a returning guest to Macro Musings. Michael rejoins the podcast to talk about the looming debt ceiling crisis and his recent article on the issue titled, *Averting a Debt-Ceiling Disaster.* David…
As the wild weather once again lashes the North Island, we hear from listeners who have been affected by the inclement weather. Katie Murray talks to Karyn from Kaitaia.
Back home, Prime Minister Chris Hipkins has unveiled a shake-up of his Cabinet line-up. The front-bench remains largely unchanged, except with the addition of Michael Wood, Jan Tinetti, Willie Jackson, Kiri Allan and Ayesha Verrall. Dr Verrall, who is a first term MP and former infectious diseases doctor, has picked up health from Andrew Little. De…
As tough as Friday's downpour was on residents in Auckland and the far north, some of those most affected were people sleeping rough in the super city. Sleeping bags and cardboard provided little shelter, as torrential rains swamped the streets, flooding doorways, alcoves and other usual refuges. Some of the Auckland's most vulnerable turned to nea…
As North Islanders prepare for more heavy rains, Auckland Mayor, Wayne Brown says this time, agencies are ready.
Thousands of people are making insurance claims after heavy rain and flooding in the north of New Zealand, especially in Auckland. Insurance lawyer Peter Woods has worked on property claims for earthquake damage in Canterbury and Marlborough.. He has also been an Independent Specialist Adviser to the government. Peter talks to Lisa Owen.…
The International Monetary Fund says that global economic growth has proven “surprisingly resilient” in its latest forecast, Renault and Nissan reached a deal to save their 24-year-old alliance and sources tell FT that the Biden administration has stopped providing US companies with licences to export to Huawei. Plus, South Africa’s unreliable powe…
New Zealand rugby legends have come out in support of the first openly gay All Black. Former prop Campbell Johnstone, who wore the black jersey in 2005, came out publicly on TVNZ last night. Lauren Crimp reports.
It's been a quiet start to the week for central Auckland businesses with people staying encouraged to stay at home because of slips and flooding. With schools closed and people told to work from home, the centre of the city is something of a ghost town. Soumya Bhamidipati reports.
Warning: Fresh vegetables could be in short supply over the next few weeks. Industry group United Fresh says recent deluges will affect the quality and shelf life of crops and will also mean some can't even be harvested. Spokesperson Anne-Marie Arts is on the line.
MetService meteorologist Georgina Griffiths is warning of high intensity rainfall in areas north of Auckland city overnight. "It's serious," she told Checkpoint. The key danger is soil is already saturated, she said. "The region is just set up ... to flood quickly. "What we expect is as soon as we get the high intensities on those saturated soils, …
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Coromandel tourism businesses are caught in a perfect storm after battling Covid disruptions. So far the summer has been hampered by rain, and now one of the peninsula's main tourism highways is out of action indefinitely. Part of State Highway 25A has slipped away entirely and Waka Kotahi can't say when it will reopen. The road on the eastern side…
The rugby community in New Zealand and around the world are hailing Campbell Johnstone as a trailblazer after the former Crusaders prop came out as the first openly gay All Black. Johnstone shared his story publicly for the first time last night - earning praise and support from a host of prominent rugby names. Sports reporter Clay Wilson talks to …
Checkpoint reporter Tom Taylor is in Orewa on the east coast in north Auckland, where northeasterly winds up to 100km/h are forecast. He joins Lisa Owen with the latest details.
AP correspondent Ben Thomas reports on Colorado River Water Cuts.By The Associated Press
Prime Minister Chris Hipkins has unveiled his new Cabinet line-up. Nanaia Mahuta has been stripped of the local government portfolio and Andrew Little has lost health. Kieran McAnulty enters Cabinet and picks up local government. Ayesha Verall gets health. Michael Wood has shot up the rankings and becomes the Minister for Auckland. Jan Tinetti has …
Aucklanders have been sent another warning more bad weather is on the horizon. An emergency alert was sent to phones this afternoon with official advice to stay off the roads. The orange warning is in place from 8pm Tuesday to 10am Wednesday. Titirangi in west Auckland, is one of the hardest hit suburbs, from Friday's deluge. Slips have left houses…
Northland has joined Auckland in a state of emergency as more severe weather is forecast to hit the region. A red alert weather warning has been extended to Tauranga and Rotorua, and there are heavy rain warnings for the Bay of Plenty and Coromandel. Road closures are in place across the North Island. Far North mayor Moko Tepania is at the incident…
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Today on the Panel, Susie and panellists Heather Roy and Johny O'Donnell are joined by Deputy Chair of the PPTA Tamaki Makaurau to discuss the impact of school closures. Then they ask how ambulances will cope in the Coromandel with main roads to hospitals cut off. Plus, what to do if your phone gets drenched.…
Today on the Panel, Susie and panellists Heather Roy and Johny O'Donnell get the latest on today's cabinet reshuffle. Then they're joined by the Auckland Civil Defence controller for an update on the heavy rain warning in Auckland.
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Susie Ferguson and panellists Heather Roy and Johny O'Donnell speak to MetService about the weather up north and hear from locals about what they're seeing.
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Sean kicks off the show with the tragic story of Tyre Nichols. There are good cops and bad cops and details matter but we should be very careful to avoid the cancel culture that screams for "defund the police." It doesn't work. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Sean Hannity
Dallas Police Sergeant Sam Digby, who is from Memphis, Tre Pennie, President of National Fallen Officer Foundation, 22-year retired Dallas Police Sergeant and Gianno Caldwell, Fox News political Analyst and author of Taken for Granted: How Conservatism Can Win Back the Americans That Liberalism Failed, join today to discuss the release of the video…
Hannity Nation spends the hour with some great questions that cover the gamut from the debt ceiling battle to Paul Pelosi's attack and the January 6th committee. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Sean Hannity
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A good life is a complicated life. It's got highs and lows and it's messy, but meaningful, happy and healthy if you put effort into one thing. Professor Marc Shultz speaks to Jesse about their research.
The Chinese province makes the decision to allow couples to have as many children as they want as the country faces a decline in population. We find out the impact this will have on families and the economy.Boeing has produced its last 747 jumbo jet in the United States. The 'Queen of the Skies' first appeared in nineteen-seventy. We look back at t…
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Today Lisa talks to Jesse about three books by New Zealand authors. She's reviewing Eddy Eddy by Kate De Goldi, The Pain Tourist by Paul Cleve and Poor people with Money by Dominic Hoey.
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Neuropsychologist and expert on relationships Hannah Korrel joins Jesse to talk about making New Year's resolutions and tips for sticking to them.
One of our listeners got in touch after we talked about keeping pesky sparrows away from wildlife sanctuaries last week. Doug Martin shares his unique approach with Jesse.
Recent data from stats NZ shows that nearly 40 percent of Pasifika live in a house that is too small for their families, but they scored higher on family well being. Spinoff Pacific Communities editor Spinoff, Sela Jane Hopgood talks to Jesse.
AP correspondent Margie Szaroleta reports on Obit-Cindy Williams.By The Associated Press
Two students from the University of Canterbury have spent their summer developing and 3D printing a model brown marmorated stink bug. Mechatronic Engineer at Canterbury University student Te Matau O Te Rangi Allen explains.
Although much of our elections-related attention is already trained on 2024, there are consequential elections happening this very calendar year. The crew discusses the races to watch in 2023. They also look at how the Democratic Party's effort to rearrange its presidential primary calendar is going, and ask whether a survey of Republican National …
Hundreds of people have been displaced after flooding affected homes across Auckland, and social organisations have been flat out providing shelter and support. Auckland City Mission has already received more than $300,000 for its flood response fund. Auckland City Mission general manager of health and social services Jacqui Dillon spoke to Māni Du…
Auckland is still in clean up mode as it again deals with strong winds, rainfall and flooding in some areas. Red heavy rain warnings are already in force for Northland, and from later today for Auckland north of Orewa and Coromandel Peninsula. There are orange heavy rain warnings for Auckland from Orewa southwards, Great Barrier Island, Bay of Plen…
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Advancements in artificial intelligence are making replicating the work of artists much easier. Some artists are arguing that AI art generators have been breaking the law to do this. Today, we talk to an artist whose paintings are at the center of a class action. For sponsor-free episodes of The Indicator from Planet Money, subscribe to Planet Mone…