The Mike Hosking Breakfast

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Dr Ashley Bloomfield: Director-General of Health says we should expect more Covid Omicron cases

Dr Ashley Bloomfield says we should expect more Covid Omicron cases arriving here.  New Zealand has its first case of the new variant, in MIQ in Christchurch.  Everyone on the same flight, and people who stayed on the same MIQ floor are being treated...


 December 16, 2021  4m

Grant Robertson: Deputy Prime Minister says MIQ is set up to deal with transmissible variants

v says Omicron is a cause for concern but not panic.   New Zealand detected its first Omicron case yesterday, a case that travelled from Germany via Dubai and is now in MIQ in Christchurch.  Everyone on the same flight and people who stayed on the...


 December 16, 2021  8m

Nadia Yousef: Government and telcos join forces to combat latest text scam

The Government and telcos are joining forces to battle the latest text scam.  The Flubot scam started in September, and continues to send out about 400,000 messages daily.   People receive a text about a missed call or parcel delivery with a...


 December 16, 2021  2m

John Bridgman: Christchurch's delayed $450m new convention centre Te Pae officially opens

Another big step for Christchurch's recovery is complete today.   The new $450 million convention centre, Te Pae, is officially open this morning.   It has an auditorium, a huge exhibition space, a dining area and 24 different meeting rooms.  ...


 December 16, 2021  3m

Mike Yardley: Is the Government prepared to let tourism wither and die?

A leading light in our international tourism industry remarked to me the other day, Mike, our industry has officially sunk into a state of depression. I alluded to this yesterday, with the Air New Zealand chief.  Tourism Minister Stuart Nash has sunk...


 December 15, 2021  1m

Dane McGregor: Baking influencer says it may be time to kill the Christmas cake

One baking influencer says it may be time to kill the Christmas cake.   Dane McGregor, who runs the Baker Gatherer Instagram page and website, says while he likes a Christmas cake, they aren't popular with young people.   He told Mike Yardley there...


 December 15, 2021  4m

David Walliams: Mainstay of British television on his new book

David Walliams got his first taste of international fame with Little Britain back in 2003.  He's gone on to be mainstay on British television, and has become a best-selling children's author.  Walliams books have been translated into 53 different...


 December 15, 2021  12m

Liam Beale: Ordinary Kiwis who saved lives in Christchurch mosque attacks given bravery awards

The ordinary people who saved lives during the Christchurch mosque attacks are still reliving that day.  In a special honours list, two people have been awarded the New Zealand Cross, four have received the Bravery Decoration and four the Bravery...


 December 15, 2021  3m

Brent Hill: Tourism Fji CEO says booking numbers show island nation on it's way to becoming a billion-dollar industry again

Tourism Fiji says if the booking numbers continue to come through, then tourism in the Pacific island nation is well on its way to becoming a billion-dollar industry again.  Tourism Fiji has confirmed 75,000 bookings for hotels and resorts until the...


 December 15, 2021  2m

Nick Tuffley: ASB Chief Economist on GDP numbers released today

The GDP number for the third quarter  is released today, with most economists predicting a drop of at least 3 percent.   It comes on the back of the big numbers from the half yearly economic and fiscal update.  Almost a $21 billion deficit but a...


 December 15, 2021  3m