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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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Horse&Rider is your resource to live today’s Western horse life. Editors and co-hosts Jillian and Nichole chat about the industry's latest news and their personal horse-life adventures and then sit down to talk with your favorite horsemen and -women. Delivered with a heavy dose of fun, The Ride is where Western horse lovers can get their fix. Want more? Website: horseandrider.com Facebook: @HorseandRider Instagram: @horseandridermag Twitter: @horse_and_rider Email: horseandrider@equinenetwor ...
 
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Be encouraged and strengthened in the Lord by this message from Pastor Rob McCoy, The Foolishness of God, given on August 21, 2022. To get a FREE info kit on diversifying and protecting your savings with precious metals in a TAX-SHELTERED account text LIBERTY to 989898. Use discount code LIBERTY @ https://www.goodranchers.com to receive $30 off you…
 
Tom Browne gave us all the latest news at the end of day 5 of the trade period, including how the Luke Jackson deal could be done, the Bulldogs' frustration with Brisbane, Geelong's various deals, a Tasmania update and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Triple M
 
Weeks before he died, Peter Ellis told Newstalk ZB’s Mike Hosking in an exclusive interview he was "feeling quite excited" about the impending Supreme Court hearing, but hoped to live to see it happen. After three decades, the Supreme Court has today called the investigation and Ellis' trial a miscarriage of justice, and quashed his convictions. It…
 
Jessica Alexander joins Bryce Eddy to discuss the recent infanticide bills being passed in California, the fight for life and the benefits of homeschooling among other impactful topics. To get a FREE info kit on diversifying and protecting your savings with precious metals in a TAX-SHELTERED account text LIBERTY to 989898. Use discount code LIBERTY…
 
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Whatever the outcome of the Peter Ellis Supreme Court hearing today, the Ellis case raises a whole bunch of questions. For the Court to consider the arguments posthumously means this decision will without doubt have consequences. So it could set a precedent. If the argument carries, and if say those convictions are quashed, then relatives and frien…
 
Voting in the local body elections closes at midday tomorrow. Too late for the post, but still a chance to get in if you're prepared to make a little effort. Local Government New Zealand CEO, Susan Freeman-Greene, joined Tim Dower. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Newstalk ZB
 
ACC delays have contributed to thousands of concussed Kiwis going without the care they need. AUT analysis of more than 55,000 concussion-related ACC claims between 2016 and 2018 has found 12 percent were not seen by a specialist for over a week. Two-thirds didn't receive follow-up care, and a quarter waited more than two months to be seen at a con…
 
The Women's Rugby World Cup kicks off this weekend with three games at Eden Park tomorrow. The Black Ferns versus Australia is the big one of course at 7.15pm with it looking like a sellout crowd. Black Ferns Head Coach Wayne Smith joined Tim Dower. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Security companies are busy equipping retail staff with skills to protect themselves from ram raiders. There's been more than 130 ram raids since May this year, with a Michael Hill jeweller store in Auckland hit for a third time earlier this week. Security Association Chief Executive, Gary Morrison, says there's been a significant increase in busin…
 
A lawyer thinks today's Supreme Court decision on the Peter Ellis case will have legal impact cross the nation. The court will deliver its decision at 2pm on the appeal of Ellis, who died in 2019. The decision of the court to continue with his appeal after his death is an unprecedented posthumous argument using tikanga Māori. Peter Ellis was convic…
 
MPI is investigating a new strain of Mycoplasma bovis that has been detected in Mid Canterbury. The disease was first picked up in 2017, with 276 properties testing positive, 178,000 animals were culled. Genome sequencing is currently underway to determine how the new strain entered the country. MPI M Bovis Programme Director Simon Andrew told Tim …
 
Tom Browne gave us an update on all the latest news in the footy world, including updates on all the potential trades, which ones are in danger of falling over, the panel appointed to investigate the historic Hawthorn allegations, Andrew Thorburn's tenure as Essendon CEO and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
I was very moved by the piece on One News last night featuring the teenager who got a terrible beating at school. This is Eva Vitali, she's 13, and it happened at Orewa College back in May. We're all too familiar with this kind of brutal playground nastiness. Three or four against one, that's brave eh? Eva's shoved to the ground, they're pulling on…
 
New research shows the "shocking" amount of gambling, alcohol, and junk food ads kids are exposed to on a daily basis. An Otago University study -funded by the Cancer Society- had 122 children in the Wellington region wear body cameras for four days - taking photos every seven seconds. Senior author Professor Louise Signal says there are few places…
 
Dr Keith Rose joins Bryce Eddy once again to discuss how the Left is attempting to bait us into violence as well as their intermingling of Rules for Radicals, Unrestricted Warfare & Cloward-Piven to advance their anti-human agendas. To get a FREE info kit on diversifying and protecting your savings with precious metals in a TAX-SHELTERED account te…
 
Lauren Lyle is well on her way to becoming a household name. The Scottish actor has made her name on the hugely popular Outlander - which also stars friends of the show Graham McTavish and Sam Heughan. Since then she's appeared in plenty in films and TV shows. And now she brings us her latest crime drama, Karen Pirie, which is coming to the streami…
 
Three new sports will make an appearance at the 2026 Commonwealth Games in Victoria Australia. Golf, Coastal Rowing and BMX are set to make a debut with the new programme featuring 20 sports and 26 disciplines. Shooting makes a return after being dropped for the Birmingham Games. Golf New Zealand chief executive Dean Murphy joined Tim Dower. LISTEN…
 
Economists are trying to read between the lines of the Reserve Bank's latest decision on the Official Cash Rate. The central bank has hiked the OCR by another 50 basis points to 3.5 percent. Some of its comments have left the market in no doubt that it's taking a tougher, more hawkish, stance on inflation. Former Reserve Bank economist Michael Redd…
 
U.K. Prime Minister Liz Truss pledged Wednesday to ride out the turmoil unleashed by her tax-cutting economic agenda, saying the "disruption" will pay off in a wealthier, more efficient Britain. Truss closed a tumultuous Conservative conference in the central English city of Birmingham with a speech intended to revive the spirits of delegates. She …
 
Hopes studies into long Covid will better illuminate how it affects New Zealanders. The Ministry of Health is funding a range of research into the condition, including a national register of people with symptoms. Auckland University Health Economics Chair, Paula Lorgelly, says around 10 to 20 percent of people infected get long Covid. She told Tim …
 
Some staff at the University of Otago have taken measures to ensure today's strike does not negatively affect their students. Members of the University of Otago branch of the Tertiary Education Union (TEU) will down tools at 2pm today for a two-hour rally, part of strike action occurring across all New Zealand universities as the union pushes for a…
 
The Finance Minister is standing by decisions to borrow a lot of money to get through Covid, after the Government's books were opened. Treasury has reported a budget deficit of $9.7 billion, almost half the Budget forecast. Grant Robertson told Tim Dower relative to where we thought we'd be, and the rest of the world, we've done well. He says every…
 
Marc Little joins Bryce Eddy to encourage the Church, especially Christian men, to keep fighting the good fight of faith. To get a FREE info kit on diversifying and protecting your savings with precious metals in a TAX-SHELTERED account text LIBERTY to 989898. Use discount code LIBERTY @ https://www.goodranchers.com to receive $30 off your purchase…
 
Here's a classic fence at the top of the cliff situation. Primary healthcare, the GP's practice or medical centre to you and me, are horribly neglected and have been hopelessly underfunded for decades. In a nutshell, New Zealand is desperately short of GPs, and a lot of those we do have are getting towards the end of their careers. Around half of a…
 
Interest in the SailGP series is looking very strong. Tickets for the inaugural New Zealand Grand Prix went on sale yesterday, as of this morning, there's only 300 left. The event comes to Christchurch in March next year - and event director Karl Budge joined Tim Dower. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Adopting a policy to end streaming in schools is on the agenda for the secondary teachers union today. Streaming is when students are grouped into different classes based on perceived ability. The Post Primary Teachers Association is discussing it at its annual conference today and has recommended members push for resourcing to end the practice by …
 
It's important we understand how what we see online could intersect with the harm people experience offline. The coroner's office has launched an inquiry into suspected suicides by three young women, over concerns about material they viewed on Instagram. The mother of a 17-year-old girl says police discovered troubling social media material when ex…
 
The Health Minister says cyber attacks are now a daily reality for health services around the country. Pinnacles Midlands, a network of GP practices in Taranaki, Rotorua, Taupo-Turangi, Thames-Coromandel and Waikato, have been targeted by a cyber attack. The patient data of up to 450,000 people may have been compromised. Andrew Little told Tim Dowe…
 
New Zealand isn't expected to follow Australia, when it comes to interest rates. Economists expect the Reserve Bank to lift the OCR by another 50 basis points today, bringing it to 3.5 percent. Yesterday, Australia's central bank surprised experts by opting for a more modest 25 basis point rise. Infometrics Principal Economist Brad Olsen told Tim D…
 
The property market is continuing to cool after steep growth. Property prices across the country fell an average of 4.1 percent in the last quarter. CoreLogic Head of Research Nick Goodall says it's the fastest drop since the financial crisis of 2008 He says some regions are seeing bigger falls than others. Goodall says Wellington's houses have see…
 
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