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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!
 
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.
 
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Five years ago, Taranaki-born woman Jane Wynyard swapped her high-profile PR career in London for the arid plains and tropical climate of Kenya. She went from high heels, designer dresses and celebrity parties to jandals, shorts and a camera. Jane now works as a communications consultant for various conservation groups, while roaming all over Afric…
 
Growing tomatoes It’s great to have a go at these fruit – there are many varieties too and everybody has their favourite ones. But there are some problems that can occur, whether you’re raising them in an open garden bed or in a glasshouse/tunnel house Tomato – (potato) psyllids are a nuisance interloper in NZ. They got here a few decades ago and w…
 
Estelle Clifford has been listening to Ladyhawke's new album, Time Flies - her fourth album and the first in five years. She told Jack Tame this is all the stuff we'd expect from Ladyhawke - except this is more personal. LISTEN ABOVENewstalk ZB による
 
Tara Ward joined Jack Tame and shared her picks for this week: The Beatles: Get Back: Directed and produced by Peter Jackson, this three-part documentary season follows The Beatles as they made their 1970 album Let It Be, using hours of unseen material and footage (Amazon Prime Video). Annika: A new detective series about the sharp, witty and enigm…
 
Lush is bailing on social media They've deleted all their content from Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and TikTok saying they'll stay off those social media channels globally until the platforms ensure a safer environment for their users. They're saying goodbye to strong marketing channels with 659,000 Instagram followers, 275,000 Twitter fans and mo…
 
Which is the most eco and healthiest of the milks (and yummiest)? We live in a world where the old milk aisle at the supermarket now also has soy, almond, rice, oat, coconut and even hemp milks. Macadamia milk seems to have come and gone at my local. Many people are changing for health reasons, mainly lactose intolerant and others because of the re…
 
Our movie reviewer Francesca Rudkin has been watching a Netflix film called Passing and a French film called Petite Maman. "Passing" is set in 1920's New York and is filmed in black and white. Rudkin said it's a very subtly charged social drama. "Petite Maman" was filmed in France in lockdown and is on at the cinemas. Rudkin said it's very intimate…
 
Here are some refreshing non-alcoholic drinks to get you through the silly season. The only thing you’ll feel the next morning is smug. Raspberry shrub Shrubs are fruity vinegar drinks and they’re amazing! Standard recipe is equal parts fruit, sugar and viengar but you can adjust these to your taste. Makes 200mls syrup 450g fresh raspberries 1 cup …
 
Kevin Milne has been reminiscing about radio, as the medium hits a 100 year milestone in New Zealand. He told Jack Tame he wasn't always a fan of radio - when he was little he couldn't get changed in any room that had a radio in it. "I used to love Sports Round-up on the radio on the weekends." He said his fondest memory of radio as a kid was the S…
 
With our biggest city in its third month of lockdown, hundreds of thousands of New Zealanders still effectively barred from entering the country, inflation running at 5%, and hundreds of new infections being recorded every day, the decisions made by our government deserve the scrutiny of a coherent and effective opposition. And while ACT has done a…
 
Surprise from Judith Collins' former and current colleagues, about how her time as National leader came to an end. MP Jacqui Dean has told the Otago Daily Times she's surprised and disappointed Collins used a conversation from some weeks ago to demote Bridges. But speaking exclusively to Newstalk ZB, Collins says she has no regrets about demoting S…
 
Who’d be in politics, eh? I mean talk about brutal. How do they just keep getting knocked over and get back up again. It’s so so tough. I don’t know what came over Judith, apart from obvious desperation and I actually feel a great deal of sympathy for her; she clearly felt so backed into a corner she lost all perspective. And I don’t know whose adv…
 
England and France are at odds over how to deal with illegal migrants crossing the Channel, after 27 people died trying to get across. It's the largest loss of life there in a decade. Europe correspondent Vincent McAviney told Kate Hawkesby 25,000 migrants are trafficked across each year from Iran, Iraq, Syria and Eritrea. He said they're smuggled …
 
The retail sector is in for a much-needed boost today. The industry is set to make about 270-million dollars from Black Friday sales. Retail NZ Chief Executive Greg Harford told Kate Hawkesby he's hoping Kiwis will get out and support businesses. “It could really be busier than Boxing Day. Black Friday has become a really significant part of the sh…
 
Judith Collins says history will judge her kindly, for her decision to demote Simon Bridges. Collins was removed from the leadership yesterday -- after her surprise decision to demote Bridges the night before. She says she was acting on a complaint from a female caucus colleague about comments Bridges made in that colleague's presence five years ag…
 
What the hell is going on inside the National Party? Here's the problem with that question. We shouldn't even be asking it. We shouldn't need to ask it. They shouldn't be making everything about them and drawing attention to themselves in this way - at a critical time for the opposition to make hay, with so much material available to them to clobbe…
 
Foreign Minister Nanaia Mahuta has arrived in Canada, but little is known of what her day will entail. It's the last leg of her first international trip in the role. She's meeting with her Canadian counterpart today Melanie Joly. But Correspondent Anna Burns-Francis, who's in Canada with Mahuta, told Kate Hawkesby it's all a bit hush-hush. She said…
 
Many of Auckland's city slickers are upping sticks and moving north to the Hibiscus Coast. Within three days, seven coastal properties were snapped up for more than seven million dollars. Bayleys Orewa owner and manager Kirsty Macky told Kate Hawkesby inner city Aucklanders are pushing up the prices very quickly. “It’s just supply and demand. We’ve…
 
Businesses are welcoming back the ability to travel internationally without MIQ. Fully vaccinated Kiwis will be able travel home from Australia without MIQ from January 16, and from all other countries from February 13. All other fully vaccinated travellers will be able to come here from April 30. All must still self-isolate for seven-days. Christc…
 
On this week's podcast: The very clever Jeffrey A. Tucker of Brownstone Institute returns to pick up from where we left off in podcast 129. We talk Inflation and the threat it is, the damage it can and will inflict, and what the Central Banks can do about it (essentially nothing). Tucker also revisits the Covid plague, and discloses why Bill Gates …
 
A bus carrying tourists back to North Macedonia crashed and caught fire in western Bulgaria early Tuesday, killing at least 45 people, including a dozen children, authorities said. DNA tests were being carried out to identify the victims. The bus apparently ripped through a guardrail on a highway, though authorities said the cause was still under i…
 
Well, we learnt this week from a senior MIQ official, that Grant Robertson was indeed involved in the decision to refuse entry to the SailGP team, even though he denied it. Not only did he deny it, but he blamed MIQ officials for it, who’ve now called for him to “correct the record.” He won’t of course, because this government is always right, it’s…
 
A litigation lawyer says she's been inundated with stories from neighbours of Kainga Ora tenants. Associate Housing Minister Poto Williams says she's had discussions with the state housing provider about looking at its process around evictions. No state tenants have been kicked out since the start of 2018. Lawyer Adina Thorn told Kate Hawkesby the …
 
New Zealand is set to reap billions of dollars in benefits, thanks to a new travel and trade route. A New Zealand China Council-commissioned report has found a route linking Asia to South America via New Zealand could bring close to 1.9-billion dollars over 10 years Executive Director Rachel Maidment told Kate Hawkesby it would benefit our e-commer…
 
Another major retailer is making vaccination mandatory for staff. Countdown has announced it will require all staff to be jabbed by January 10, following The Warehouse Group's decision to require its staff to be jabbed by January 16. Rival chain Foodstuffs is also discussing a vaccine mandate with its store owners, which could take effect on Februa…
 
They say half right isn't wrong, so that's me this time yesterday. I said this time yesterday that they'd open hairdressers and the beauty industry this week. So, half right. Which is pleasing given the pasting I took after the show right across the spectrum from colleagues to siblings, all telling me I was nuts. But I was basing it on Robertson's …
 
Auckland hairdressers can open up from Thursday, for the purpose of trialling vaccine passes. Aside from that, the Government says step three isn't necessary, given we're going into the traffic light system next Friday. That's pleased a Manurewa-Papakura Ward Councillor, who worries vaccination rates among Māori and Pacifika in South Auckland are s…
 
Everybody loves hearing stories of Kiwi start-ups using kiwi ingenuity to take on the global business market. A local footwear company based in Wellington says they have developed the world's lowest carbon footprint sneakers. YY Nation are launching their environmentally friendly sneakers both here and in the U.S this morning. Founding Director Jer…
 
The criteria for blood donations is being expanded, to help keep up with demand. The upper age limit for first time blood or plasma donors has risen to 71 - and existing donors are now eligible until 81. New Zealand Blood Service spokeswoman Asuka Burge told Kate Hawkesby having donors give blood for longer is a big help. Three hundred donors, who …
 
Australia's reopening its borders to vaccinated international students, business visa holders and refugees from Wednesday next week. In this country, the Government's approved visas for a thousand international tertiary students, but they won't start arriving until March. Australian correspondent Donna Demaio told Kate Hawkesby Australian Prime Min…
 
I run the risk of making a massive dick of myself today – well to be honest, that’s a risk everyday, but today in particular, because of what I said last Friday. Friday morning I was on the Mike Hosking Breakfast which has just a teeny tiny smidge of a larger audience than we do, just a smidge, and I said to that rather large audience, that today C…
 
The good news for the Black Caps is the test series starts on Thursday. The bad news? Well, there was a bit of that. New Zealand slumped to their fourth-heaviest loss by runs in T20 international history, being swept 3-0 by India at Eden Gardens this morning. The hosts triumphed by 73 runs in Kolkata, a margin of defeat for the Black Caps that mark…
 
Auckland businesses are pleading for the right to reopen this week. Cabinet will decide today whether to move the region to Step Three restrictions on Wednesday -- allowing bars, restaurants and hairdressers to reopen with public health measures in place. A spokesperson for the Prime Minister has suggested such a move is unlikely. But Hospitality N…
 
NCEA and scholarship exams start today after a disrupted school year. Students who have been affected by the ongoing level three lockdown are eligible for an Unexpected Event Grade. If students don't sit the exam, they'll get that grade and if they do sit - they'll receive whichever grade is higher. National Party education spokesperson Paul Goldsm…
 
Mental health and Gardening exercise I have often wondered what it is like to live on the 16th floor. As a child, my parents always had a garden – that’s where I learned the “Manual of Outside Life”. As students in the Netherlands we lived (with a baby!) in an old city house without a garden, literally in the centre of Wageningen. The remedy: a jun…
 
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