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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 continues to serve up on everything you want to hear about and some things you don’t. Stand by to be enlightened, educated and enraged!
 
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At The Drive Thru (formerly known as The Egonomist); your premier source for rants, raves and arguments on topics from Politics to News to Social Trends, with a focus on New Zealand but with an eye to the world. Each week Dan and Dave will bring you new episodes. Sometimes deep and philosophical, sometimes filth and vitriol, we aim to be a voice of informed malcontent.
 
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The ACRI Podcast

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The Australia-China Relations Institute (ACRI) is an independent, non-partisan research institute established in 2014 by the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). Chinese studies centres exist in other Australian universities. UTS:ACRI, however, is Australia’s first and only research institute devoted to studying the relationship of these countries. UTS:ACRI seeks to inform Australia’s engagement with China through research, analysis and dialogue grounded in scholarly rigour. The ACRI Podca ...
 
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Johnny Depp's defamation trial against Amber Heard is nearing a close – and it's been a pretty wild ride so far. Depp alleges that Heard defamed him by accusing him of domestically abusing her when they were a couple, which he denies. As we heard last hour, British supermodel Kate Moss today denied a longstanding rumour Depp had pushed her down a f…
 
Sacred Heart College's Principal is raising concerns about new school uniform guidelines. The Human Rights Commission has released non-binding standards, to help schools align their policies with the Bill of Rights. Patrick Walsh told Heather du Plessis-Allan he's uneasy about the freedom of political expression, which involves banning gang colours…
 
Do we really need the Human Rights Commission to make guidelines on school uniforms? Shouldn't it be left up to schools to navigate this? Were you shocked when you read about China's potential deal with 11 Pacific Nations? The Police Minister revealed her big plan to deal with ram raids and it's worth 6 million dollars. A workforce consultant has r…
 
Matt Lodge reportedly received a 760k NZD golden handshake from the Warriors upon leaving the team. Aussie tennis bad boys Nick Kyrgios and Bernard Tomic are having a fiery social media feud. D’Arcy Waldegrave, host of Sportstalk, joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVEBy Newstalk ZB
 
Is it time for Spark to call time on Spark Sport? That's the question analysts are asking, given Telcos from around the world are now offloading their sports offerings. Jarden's head of research Arie Dekker says a managed exit also makes sense for Spark. Arie joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Adrian Orr was in front of the Finance Select Committee being grilled about yesterday's decision to raise the Official Cash Rate. The OCR now sits at 2 per cent. And Adrian Orr forecast it's going to peak at 3.9 per cent by June next year. A significant jump. Liam Dann, the Herald's business editor at large, joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN …
 
Inflation is on everyone's mind. Including small business owners. Wages are starting to grow at a faster rate now according to the Xero Small Business Index... Wages were up 4.8 percent year on year in April and jobs grew 3%. And of course, there has to be a but... Sales are down overall, proving people have started to tighten their purse strings. …
 
The opposition has called news of a deal between China and almost a dozen Pacific countries a catastrophe. The agreement includes provisions such as co-operation on “traditional and non-traditional security” and cyber-security, the provision of “high-level police training”, as well as putting “equal emphasis on development and security”. Gerry Brow…
 
The Police Minister is urging patience after at least nine shootings in Auckland over the past two days. Poto Williams says police are working hard on the case and have made some arrests, but she hasn't given any detail. Several houses were damaged in what's believed to be tit-for-tat attacks between the Killer Beez and Tribesmen gangs yesterday an…
 
Still no confirmed meeting with Biden – but the PM spent the day touring the US Capitol. Who did she talk to? What did Jacinda Ardern say in response to China's deal with the Pacific nations? She’s doing the Harvard commencement speech tomorrow – what are you expecting? Newstalk ZB chief political reporter Jason Walls joined Heather du Plessis-Alla…
 
Winston Peters says we've known for some time a new infection has arrived in the Pacific....and we have to be aware of it. China has sent a draft security agreement to 10 Pacific countries, ahead of a meeting Foreign Minister Wang Yi is hosting in Fiji next week. Former Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters told Heather du Plessis-Allan this sort…
 
He is pursuing a Pacific-wide deal with almost a dozen island nations covering policing, security and data communications cooperation. The Federated States of Micronesia president David Panuelo says the "pre-determined joint communiqué" should be rejected amid fears it could spark a new "Cold War" between China and the West. The Panel speaks to pro…
 
Liverpool FC will play in the Champions League Final this Sunday in a quest to win their seventh trophy in this competition. Many Kiwis will be watching and cheering them on. But why should New Zealanders care about a football club in a northern English port city on the other side of the world? Today historian Dr Grant Morris discusses the history …
 
It's been 10 years since former Silver Fern Anna Harrison stunned the netball world with a rugby line-out style lift to block a shot at goal. The so-called 'Harrison Hoist' came when the Nothern Mystics were taking on the Melbourne Vixens in May 2012. It dominated the sports headlines and divided opinion about whether it was in the spirit of the ga…
 
What are the best ways for whanau to foster communication skills in a child's first 1000 days? Emma Quigan (Ngai Tahu) is co-president of the Speech and Language Therapists' Association, teaches at Massey University and was co-founder of Talking Matters - which partners with whanau, communities, practitioners, iwi and government to build and suppor…
 
The likely changes to abortion law in the US are making a lot of people nervous, as well as tech giants...Meta (formerly Facebook) has banned its staff from talking about it at work. The struggle to retain good tech staff is real, and one of the battle lines may be over working from home flexibility...and could you tell if someone's holiday snap is…
 
Professor Lucy Easthope is one of the world's foremost disaster planners. Her first major job in emergency planning was responding to 9/11 and since then, her career has covered almost every major disaster; the Boxing Day tsunami, the London bombings, the Christchurch earthquakes, the Fukushima nuclear disaster, Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 shot dow…
 
The long-awaited Sue Gray report into the Partygate scandal has been released overnight, detailing a culture of rule breaking at Downing Street at the height of lockdown - but it appears to let Boris Johnson off the hook, and he's ruled out resigning. Meanwhile Chancellor Rishi Sunak is set to unveil how the government will help struggling families…
 
The great tragedy, or sadness, for me out of the Nanaia Mahuta revelation is that we are being let down so badly by hopeless people. Forget politics and your personal view of the world, surely what you want in the leadership of your country is enquiring minds, experience, and institutional knowledge. You want people, who even though you may not agr…
 
Star Wars has turned out to be one of the largest and most successful franchises in media history, but few of us will ever know what it is like to be a part of it. Moses Ingram made her name a couple of years ago starring alongside Anya Taylor Joy in The Queen's Gambit. That role earned her an Emmy nomination. Now, she's playing a starring role in …
 
New research brings the possibility of a simple blood test to detect Alzheimers early a step closer. Currently there's no easy way of catching the disease early. But the University of Otago's just published study in Alzheimer's & Dementia, showing levels of small molecules found in blood plasma, called microRNA, change dynamically as the symptoms o…
 
Tough times ahead for mortgage holders as interest rates rise.The central bank hiked the official cash rate by half a percent to 2 percent yesterday, the highest since 2016. The Reserve Bank wants to tackle inflation, which is at a 30 year high, driven by higher costs for food, housing and fuel. The bank's also signalled the rate will need to climb…
 
An investigative report released Wednesday blamed British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and other senior leaders for allowing boozy government parties that broke the U.K.'s COVID-19 lockdown rules, and while Johnson said he took "full responsibility" for the breaches, he insisted he would not resign. Revelations that Johnson and his staff repeatedly…
 
The reality dating show Love Island will dress contestants in second hand clothes from e-Bay. The show has attracted criticism in the past for having clothing sponsors like Missguided, and I Saw It First, companies known for their fast-fashion. Personal stylist Caitlin Taylor joined Mike Hosking. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
The Central Bank has raised the Official Cash Rate to 2 percent in a bid to drive down our 31-year-high inflation. Its forecasts of how high the OCR might rise have also jumped significantly, peaking at 3.9 percent in June next year. Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr joined Mike Hosking. LISTEN ABOVEBy Newstalk ZB
 
New Zealand's being forced to take sides in the growing divide between the US and China. Jacinda Ardern has been meeting with several top US lawmakers this morning, including Republican Mitt Romney and Democrat Chuck Schumer. Discussions have mostly focused on gun control and trade, rather than China. But Chief Political Reporter Jason Walls told M…
 
New guidelines for school uniforms are being praised as a step in the right direction . The Human Rights Commission has released non-binding standards, to help schools align their policies with the Bill of Rights. It includes consistency with the Treaty of Waitangi and consideration of non-gendered uniforms. Otago University public health researche…
 
Fears China's latest plan for a security pact with the Pacific is designed to give them more influence in the area. China has sent a draft to 10 Pacific countries, outlining a plan for policing, security and data communications cooperation. It comes ahead of a meeting Foreign Minister Wang Yi is hosting in Fiji next week. Otago University internati…
 
The Government's expected to announce funding for security measures that protect businesses from ramraids. Parnell Business Association's Cheryl Adamson told Mike Hosking any form of support is welcome. She says businesses have been crying out for ram raid security funding for 18 months, and hopes they'll be given cash for things like security gril…
 
Zespri's global revenue has topped $4 billion for the first time despite a challenging season, the company says. The kiwifruit marketer credited a record crop, investment in brand-led demand creation and its industry's ability to respond and leverage its scale for the record financial result in 2021/22. In a statement, the Mount Maunganui-based com…
 
Police say they’re disgusted by the shootings happening in Auckland. They can join the club, we all are. And although it’s believed to be gangs feuding in some kind of reignited turf war, two of the houses shot at had no gang links whatsoever, Police revealed. How disturbing, and as Police say, disgusting. Police also say they’ll be increasing thei…
 
A series of news stories and concerns over rising tremors at Mt Ruapehu have again shed light on the risk posed by the Alpine Fault. Experts are growing increasingly concerned that a devastating earthquake could be imminent, causing widespread chaos across the South Island and costing the economy billions of dollars. So how real is this threat, and…
 
Earlier this week, details of the DHB’s offer to allied health workers and a summary of previously embargoed Employment Relations Authority recommendations were sent to 10,000 workers. The offer represents a pay increase of 17 percent for our lowest paid members, with the ability to regularly progress up pay steps, and 5 percent for our highest pai…
 
This week on the Thursday Wire! Joe speaks to Will Matthews, an organiser from the Public Service Association about the DHB’s Offer and ERA’s Recommendations that were released to Allied Health Workers this week. He’ll also be speaking to the Honourable David Parker, the Minister for Ocean and Fisheries about the nationwide rollout of cameras on co…
 
Overnight, civil servant Sue Gray released her long-awaited report into a series of parties held in the prime minister's office while the UK was in covid lockdowns. While the report is impartial and doesn’t make any specific recommendations as to the repercussions Prime Minister Boris Johnson should face, it found that these events “should not have…
 
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