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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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A daily devotional emphasizing the Zoroastrian scriptures of the Avesta, as well as the myriad and diverse languages, faiths and traditions of the Pan-Indo-European, and Proto-Indo-European peoples. Hinduism, Odinism, Druidism, Zoroastrianism, Hetanism, etc... https://anchor.fm/kian-stave/subscribe For exclusive interviews and special content.
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Creating a knowledge community, primarily in the Indo-American communities, is the goal of AN Aspirant Voice, which aims to provide critical information to the inhabitants of India and America, who will be our primary audience members. This section contains in-depth information on a wide range of current events taking place throughout the world that may be of interest to people of the countries covered by this section. We are here for every Aspirational person who has a thirst for knowledge ...
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When a widow with no children, no siblings, and no surviving first cousins passed away, questions were raised when one of her distant cousins - Galway fraudster Peter O’Toole -became the primary beneficiary of her estate near Galway city valued at between €2.5 and €9 million. However, what ensued next nobody could have anticipated. See omnystudio.c…
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Another day, another strike. Yes, it's the teachers again. In an industry crippled by lack of performance, they have divided yet another day of not turning up at work is somehow going to help kids get ahead in the world. Our email came through yesterday morning saying that the strike that was on, was put off, until it was put back on again after th…
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Ryan fox is having a "dream come true" season. In the last month and a half he's played two majors, The Masters and the the PGA Championship, earning Top 30 in both and over $500,000 for those two tournaments. But the icing on the cake was what happened after the PGA Championship, where he was awarded special temporary status for the PGA Tour, esse…
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Tsunami sirens are still being stolen in Auckland. Auckland Council has revealed 21 siren units have been stolen from sites across the city since the last update in October. That brings the total number of thefts to 52 since May last year, with all newly reported thefts reported to Police. It's suspected the units are being used for 'siren battles'…
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It is more common to see kids with an iPad in their hands than without them nowadays. And according to new research higher levels of screen time in children has been linked to poorer developmental outcomes. With children aged between nine months to five years old that spend more time on screens scoring lower on measures of language and educational …
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Auckland Mayor Wayne Brown has made a last-minute bid to build support for a $2.3 billion sale of the council’s airport shares ahead of releasing his final budget proposal today. Councillors were called to two confidential meetings yesterday, one in the morning on the sale of the airport shares and one yesterday afternoon to discuss a draft of the …
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Increasing concern has come that the forestry sector isn't being run in a sustainable way, with businesses on the chopping block. A 23-year-old business is shutting up shop due to a raft of troubles, including rising costs, slim margins and export log prices continuing to fall. Stubbs Contracting owner Robert Stubbs told Mike Hosking it's been a sl…
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Cost of Living pressures don't look like they are abating anytime soon but we may actually just be acclimatising to our new norms. The latest Centrix credit indicator shows that for the first time in eight months, there's been a reversal of the increase of arrears in home lending or mortgages. Arrears were sitting at 11.8 per cent in march but have…
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A victims' advocate says her experience is that there is more crime happening. The number of people charged with non-traffic offences has halved since 2009. The Herald analysis found between 2017 and 2022 the total number of people charged and convicted for all offences dropped by a quarter. That number fell the most under Sir John Key's National p…
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If you are a regular to this show, then you will know my interest in the Jan Tinetti scandal. There is not a shadow of a doubt in my mind, or I suspect anyone who has followed this, that she misled Parliament. It has been going on for several weeks now and her conduct has, at last, caught up with her. You could argue this is a bit beltway - and it …
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Some good news has come for the screen production industry with the Government proposing a tweak to the current Screen Production Grant, starting with a name change to the screen production rebate. The say the rebate will be made simpler, more competitive and easier to access. This includes the post-production, digital and visual rebate returning t…
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Air New Zealand's boss isn't taking its latest award for granted. The company has been crowned AirlineRatings.com's Airline of the Year, beating the last winner Qatar Airways. Air New Zealand Chief Executive, Greg Foran told Mike Hosking there's still more for them to work on. He says they'll reflect on the win, but he wouldn't say the airline is f…
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National's U-turn on housing density is one of many factors leading developers to put their projects on ice. The party has pulled out of its bi-partisan agreement with Labour, confirming it will allow councils to opt out of legislation allowing three-storey homes on most residential land. Subdivide Simplify Head of Strategy Troy Patchett says it wi…
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It has been hard to keep up with the National Party's ever-changing opinion on bilingual road signs. But after their clarification the party does in fact support the te reo Māori signs, Prime Minister Chris Hipkins is now accusing them of dog whistling. National Party leader Christopher Luxon joined Mike Hosking to respond to the Prime Minister's c…
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Disappointment at the idea of hiking fuel taxes. Treasury warns rising costs in the transport sector and a large loan granted to Waka Kotahi may mean an increase in Fuel Excise Duty and Road User Charges is needed. It says they may need to go up from July 1 next year. National Road Carriers Chief Executive Justin Tighe-Umbers told Mike Hosking firs…
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Surrogacy laws are set to be updated to move with the times. Currently, parents have to adopt their child using adoption laws, which are 70 years old. The changes remove the need for parents to adopt their child born by surrogacy, establish a register for babies and provide clarity over payments surrogates receive from parents. Wellington Fertility…
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