The Mike Hosking Breakfast

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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Mike's Minute: Stadium fiasco another dismal failure in leadership


In a small example of why this country is the leaderless quagmire it currently finds itself in, look no further than the Christchurch City Council's handling of the stadium. Submissions are now closed on the latest blowout and what to do about it. The...


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Pollies: MPs Megan Woods and Mark Mitchell on Visa delays, Nurses, Gib and Eeconomy


MPs Megan Woods and Mark Mitchell joined the Mike Hosking Breakfast to wrap the week's political news. LISTEN ABOVE


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Mathew Simister: Holiday Inn Remarkables GM on their 'Very Important Kids' program during the July holidays


One Queenstown hotel thinks the secret to getting more guests is to treat the kids like VIPs. The Holiday Inn Queenstown Remarkables Park are doing a 'Very Important Kids' program during the July holidays, a partnership with businesses around the town...


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Rebecca Ingram: Tourism Industry Aotearoa says Tasman tourism meeting about making sure leaders see NZ as place to invest


The tourism bodies of New Zealand and Australia are collaborating for the first time today, as part of the Prime Minister's trip across the Tasman. The event includes a speech from Jacinda Ardern, and a panel with Minister of Tourism, Stewart Nash,...


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Doug Paulin: Sealord Chief as they ask office staff to work on the factory floor


Covid is exacerbating labour shortages, with Sealord asking office staff to work the factory floor. The company has only recruited 150 of its usual 450 workers in its Nelson wet fish processing factory. It comes as there were close to 10,000 community...


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Chris Cahill: Police Association President says officers need to mention how overworked they are to Hipkins


New Police Minister Chris Hipkins is setting off to meet frontline officers. He's visiting every police district after taking over the job from Poto Williams in last month’s Cabinet reshuffle. Hipkins will travel with Police Commissioner Andrew...


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Rod Liddle: UK correspondent as two key UK Cabinet ministers quit Boris Johnson's government


Two of Britain's most senior Cabinet ministers have quit, a move that could spell the end of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's leadership after months of scandals. Treasury chief Rishi Sunak and Health Secretary Sajid Javid resigned within minutes of...


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Sharon Zollner: ANZ Chief Economist optimistic that the country can side-step stagflation


Optimism that the country can side-step stagflation. The latest NZIER survey has business confidence at its weakest since March 2020, with 62 percent of businesses expecting economic conditions to deteriorate. ASB Bank is warning of the possibility of...


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Andrew Kelleher: JMI Wealth Director says path to avoiding a hard economic landing continues to look tricky


The path to avoiding a hard economic landing continues to look tricky. Business confidence has plummeted back to March 2020 levels in NZIER's latest survey, with 62 percent of businesses expecting economic conditions to deteriorate. ASB is warning of...


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Ben Kelleher: MD of Personal Banking at ANZ on their new Good Energy home loan scheme


An interest rate of 1 percent seems impossible right now, but ANZ is banking on it to get you to be more sustainable. The bank has launched their Good Energy home loan - you can borrow up to $80,000 at a three year fixed rate of 1 percent to either...


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