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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Christopher Luxon: National Leader says New Zealanders need to accept greater housing density


National hasn't given up on its housing accord with Labour.  The Housing Supply Bill, put forward by Labour and National to allow greater intensification in urban centres, is expected to get its second reading in Parliament this afternoon.  ...


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 December 6, 2021  6m
 
 

Evan Heywood: Orchard owner on Kiwifruit grower industry report highlighting 18 percent increase in wages


Reports that if you want to get into horticulture as a labourer, then kiwifruit is your best bet.   The latest NZ Kiwifruit grower industry report found employers paid between $27 and $29 per hour for picking green and gold kiwifruit.  It was an 18...


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 December 6, 2021  3m
 
 

Richard Arnold: Lawyer says artist didn't know Michigan parents stayed in studio


A Detroit-area artist whose studio was where the parents of the Oxford High School student charged in a deadly shooting were found by police is cooperating with authorities and didn't know the couple had stayed overnight, his attorney said Sunday. ...


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 December 6, 2021  3m
 
 

Gary Kircher: Waitaki mayor on the six figure solution to Oamaru's seagull problem


For all those restaurants and councils struggling with a seagull problem, there could be a work around in the form of six figure canine solution.  The Sydney Opera House has just renewed a contract with a border collie and kelpie dog training company...


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 December 5, 2021  2m
 
 

Mike Hosking: What's the future of the vaccine mandate?


So how is this vaccine mandate thing going to unfold?  My experiences so far are varied. I had walking to the door, scanning the QR code, walking in getting my temperature taken, scanning my vax pass, and then putting on a surgical mask. I've also had...


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 December 5, 2021  2m
 
 

Commentary Box: Cruel blow for van Gisbergen as Bathurst hopes dashed


After dominating for most of the year it was a flat ending to Shane van Gisbergen's 2021 season after a puncture denied him the chance at a second straight title at Bathurst.  Sitting in second with seven laps remaining, a front right puncture forced...


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 December 5, 2021  11m
 
 

Marcus Armstrong: Kiwi Formula 2 driver on his maiden victory


The Kiwis are flying the flag well in Formula Two.   Liam Lawson spoke with Mike Hosking last week ahead of the Grand Prix in Saudi Arabia, but it was another Kiwi Marcus Armstrong who got the checkered flag in Race 1.   Marcus started in equal pole...


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 December 5, 2021  2m
 
 

Matt McLaughlin: Wellington's Panhead Bar owner says Covid forcing costs up will affect hospo prices


It might cost a bit more for a wine or a beer in the traffic light system.  Aucklanders were able to head back to bars and restaurants over the weekend in the red setting.  The whole of the South Island is in Orange, along with Wellington and several...


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 December 5, 2021  1m
 
 

Tony Alexander: Property investors blamed for NZ's soaring house price rises in OneRoof report


Almost two-thirds of Kiwis say property investors are a key reason why New Zealand's house prices have skyrocketed so high, a new poll has found.  About half also put the blame on foreign buyers, while around a third say the Labour Government has...


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 December 5, 2021  4m
 
 

Jonathan Coleman: Former National cabinet minister says Luxon has a lot to consider when allocating roles in his shadow cabinet


Christopher Luxon's ability to bridge political divides will be tested today, when he announces his shadow cabinet.  He's due to reveal details of his line up about lunchtime.  The new National leader isn't expected to give a major role to former...


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 December 5, 2021  3m