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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Shane Jones: Former New Zealand First MP says there should be no Northland border


Shane Jones says Northland iwi have no right to demand covid checkpoints be kept in place over summer.  Police have confirmed they'll be working with local iwi to keep checkpoints in place on State Highway 1 at Uretiti near Waipu,  and on State...


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 December 7, 2021  2m
 
 

Nicole McKee: Act Firearms spokesperson says rushed legislation needs to be changed


The Government is being blamed for delay in firearms licensing.   Owners have to wait six months for renewal and 12 months for a new licence.   The Act Party says the delay will cause stress for legal owners.   Firearms Spokesperson Nicole McKee says...


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 December 7, 2021  3m
 
 

Sir John Kirwan: Former All Black and mental health advocate weighs in on Black Ferns allegations


NZ Rugby are investigating Black Ferns coach Glenn Moore over allegations from a player that he contributed to her mental breakdown and problems over the last eight years.   32 test hooker Te Kura Ngata-Aerengamate alleges Moore told her she didn't...


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 December 7, 2021  2m
 
 

Pooja Sundar: Lawyer says suspension of visa applications was unlawful


The Government has another legal battle on its hands.  Michael Witbrock is taking Immigration Minister Kris Faafoi and MBIE to court over his Chinese husband's Visa application being suspended, one they applied for in November 2019.  The Government...


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 December 7, 2021  4m
 
 

Craig Revel Horwood and Rietta Austin: Dancing with the Stars judge and Kiwi musician on their new Christmas single


Craig Revel Horwood is of the world's most famous dancers.  He made his name on the West End and then went global when he became a judge on Strictly Come Dancing.  That included a stint as a judge on our version, Dancing with the Stars.   Now, he's...


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 December 6, 2021  12m
 
 

Dean Hall: CEO of RocketWerkz says New Zealand gaming industry is really underutilised


A NZ-made video game has topped a global sales chart after its first weekend of release.  Despite only being released on Friday, Icarus: First Cohort was the top seller on the giant global gaming platform Steam for the week ending December 5, despite...


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 December 6, 2021  3m
 
 

Alison Eddy: College of Midwives chief executive says loss of midwives concerning in already critically short workforce


Questions are being asked about why so many midwives are reluctant to get the Covid-19 jab.  About 10 percent of them won't reveal their vaccination status, forcing District Health Boards to hire locums to fill the gaps in the hardest hit areas, such...


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 December 6, 2021  1m
 
 

Graham Burke: Concave Construction Co-chair says Apprentice Boost policy has jumped apprenticeships 49 percent since August 2019


Numbers are booming for those wanting to learn a trade.   There's been a 49 percent jump in apprenticeships since August of 2019.  Concave Construction Co-chair Graham Burke told Mike Hosking it's a direct result of the Government's Apprentice Boost...


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 December 6, 2021  2m
 
 

Mike Hosking: Politicians still clueless over housing


The Select Committee looking into the Labour-National deal around land access has decided developers need to provide more outdoor space and more windows.  This is going to be the first of a long list of ideas and a protracted scrap. It reminds us yet...


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 December 6, 2021  1m
 
 

Hamish Piercy: Former Deputy Director of Road Policing says 300 extra staff at borders will stretch teams


The more cops deployed to monitor Auckland's northern border, the fewer left to deal with crime around the country.  Our newsroom understands about 300 cops will be used to staff border checkpoints, during the surge of domestic travel expected after...


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 December 6, 2021  3m