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"Top 100 Small Business Podcasts 2014" -- Small Biz Trends. Former Clinton White House Writer John Corcoran shows you how to build relationships intelligently to get more clients, grow your income and advance your career. Discover how you can use win-win networking and intentional relationship-building with Influencers and VIPs, even if you "hate networking" or feel like you have "nothing to offer" people who are successful. Interviews with today's top entrepreneurs and authors such as Dan P ...
 
An Honest Trumpversation is the political podcast series for the rest of us. Follow along with host Carl Wilson as he tries to make sense of the upcoming election, understand the other side, and answer once and for all, could I really vote for Donald Trump?Leave the yelling, spin, and bias behind and take a fun, straightforward look at the candidates (including Hillary Clinton, Gary Johnson, and Jill Stein), issues, big questions, and ourselves.Whether you're a Republican, Democrat, somethin ...
 
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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Listen to how simple this sounds and actually is: Australia will open its borders next year in a budget plan to bring back migrants and speed up the economic recovery. The government fears that growth cannot be sustained if travellers are kept away and citizens kept at home. Not hard to get your head around, eh? Josh Frydenberg, the Australian Trea…
 
Stuart Nash says public servants need to realise the private sector's doing it tough. The Government is denying its announcements amount to a pay freeze on the public sector as nurses weigh up whether to strike or not. The Small Business Minister told Mike Hosking it's not about how much is being saved, it's about bringing restraint back. "I've rec…
 
The Australian government released a big-spending economic plan for the next fiscal year on Tuesday that includes hefty investments in defence and national security as relations with China worsen. The government plans to spend 270 billion Australian dollarsover the next decade on upgrading defence capabilities to "promote an open and peaceful Indo-…
 
New Zealand and Australia are charting different courses on their way out of the Covid-19 pandemic. Australia's federal government has revealed a big spend-up in its budget overnight, taking on more debt to create a quarter of a million jobs over the next two years. Former Finance Minister Steven Joyce says next week's New Zealand budget is likely …
 
It’s New Zealand's most ambitious solar energy project ever. Lodestone Energy is planning to build five solar farms in the North Island, it says will create enough energy to power a city the size of Hamilton. The idea is that the land under and around the panels, can still be farmed. Lodestone Energy Managing Director Gary Holden told Mike Hosking …
 
China is experiencing its slowest growth rate since the 1960s, as birth rates decline around the world. It's reported fewer people are having children entirely, marriages are becoming increasingly delayed, and the cost of living is rising. Massey University researcher Pushpa Wood told Mike Hosking globally, women are becoming more independent. “Mor…
 
The fact by-standers were able to help victims in the Dunedin knife attack, show why knowing first aid is so important. First aid experts say it's a wake-up call for all of us. Four people were stabbed at Countdown Dunedin Central on Monday afternoon, each is recovering from surgery in Dunedin Hospital. First Training director Mark Judge told Mike …
 
The Government is being accused of trying to rein in the economy through a wage freeze. It's calling it a wage restraint, rather than a freeze. The Government's agreed to review pay rates about six months earlier than originally intended, after meeting major unions yesterday. The Corrections Association, which represents prison staff, will start ba…
 
We need to be asking ourselves some big picture questions. Britain’s green light is on and the travel list is out. We are part of that group of countries where we can roll into London MIQ free. They can’t come here, of course, on the same deal. Vaccinated travellers all over the world are now starting to get on planes and fly and we as of now are m…
 
Country music keeps growing in popularity in New Zealand – and the rising stars are getting younger! 18-year-old Carson Taare got invited to the famed CMA International Festival in 2019 - and will be back next year. And he's also got his own debut album. Taare joined Mike Hosking to discuss his goal of being the biggest star in country, and perform…
 
I cheered Rob Campbell the other day. Reportage had him, thank God, telling it like it is. Campbell is a unionist from decades back who these days sits around board tables. We had him on the programme a few weeks back as a representative of a group of businesses that had written an open letter to the government asking for greater transparency aroun…
 
The joy of snow days is no more for New York City public school students. Instead of building snowmen and finding little hills to sled down, students in grades K-12 will be expected to log onto their digital devices for classes -- a change attributed to the success of remote learning during the coronavirus pandemic. The New York City public school …
 
Could the humble willow be about to be hit for six by bamboo as the future for bat manufacturing? A new study from Cambridge University has produced a prototype bamboo bat and found it to be stiffer, harder and stronger than willow. It's also more sustainable with bamboo growing far quicker and less problems around waste, considering up to 30% of w…
 
There are fears it could easily be game over, for New Zealand's emerging video game industry. Australia has announced video game developers there will be entitled to a 30 to 40 percent tax break, starting next year. New Zealand companies are worried it could help draw some of our best talent across the ditch. Founder of the studio Flightless John O…
 
In less than a week, people in England will be able to give friends and family a hug for the first time since restrictions were put in place in March last year at the outset of the coronavirus pandemic. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed Monday that he has given the go-ahead for that much-missed human contact from May 17 as part of the …
 
The European Commission insisted it still trusts the coronavirus vaccine developed by AstraZeneca and that its dispute with the Anglo-Swedish drugmaker is only contractual. The EU's executive branch has launched legal proceedings in Belgium against the firm for what it believes amounts to a breach of contract after AstraZeneca failed to deliver dos…
 
Chris Hipkins says he wanted to get his facts straight, before accusing a border worker of evading coronavirus testing for five months. National MP Chris Bishop says the Covid-19 Response Minister knew on April 8 the worker hadn't been swabbed since November, but sat on it for six days. However, Hipkins told Mike Hosking there was a reason he didn'…
 
Andrei Cherny is the Co-founder and CEO of Aspiration, a mission-driven company that offers financial solutions that put its customers, their conscience, and the planet first. He has spent nearly 20 years working to make the financial system more open and fair. His background includes working as an advisor to some of America's top companies, Co-fou…
 
I wasn’t remotely surprised to see Gladys Berejiklian describe our bubble reaction to NSW as an overreaction. I asked Ashley Bloomfield on Friday of course if he was a bit trigger happy and even he said it was a line call. But no one is more conservative than Ashley, hence we are so backward on things like borders and vaccines and PPE and testing a…
 
A post-match event for defeated Super Rugby team the Chiefs ended with alleged nudity, vomiting and a trail of noisy carnage in a Christchurch hotel. Just hours after the Crusaders took their fifth consecutive tournament title the losing team gathered for a function attended by the Chiefs players, staff and families. It has been alleged that guests…
 
There is no shortage of irony that it's Jim Bolger, a conservative, that has committed one of the greater social crimes on this country. From the comfort of retirement and a Prime Minister's pension, he oversaw the review into labour laws that finally got rolled out Friday. Even some of the more woke members of the media managed to call it radical.…
 
Scientists have made a breakthrough when it comes to diagnosing depression. Scientists at the Indiana University School of Medicine have developed a blood test which they say can tell patients how severe their depression is, their risk of getting severe depression or bipolar disorder in the future - as well as being able to tell doctors how best to…
 
The cyberextortion attempt that has forced the shutdown of a vital U.S. pipeline was carried out by a criminal gang known as DarkSide that cultivates a Robin Hood image of stealing from corporations and giving a cut to charity, a person close to the investigation said Sunday. The shutdown, meanwhile, stretched into its third day, with the Biden adm…
 
Scott Morrison has hit back at comments attributed to him in The Daily Telegraph today, claiming the publication misreported quotes about Australia’s COVID strategy. Posting to Facebook, he refuted a front-page article which claimed he said international borders would remain closed because Australians want to “eliminate” coronavirus. It also said h…
 
A new funding plan targeting cervical cancer is being described as A new HPV self-testing kit is set to be rolled out backed by $53 million of Government funding. The new kit consists of a simple swab that looks for cancer-causing HPV cells it's set to replace invasive smear tests from 2023. Women's Health Research Centre Director Beverley Lawton t…
 
Former American Magic helmsman Dean Barker is quizzical at the New York Yacht Club's challenge for the 37th America's Cup. The document comes with a 154-page protocol on how it sees the Auld Mug being contested in future. However Barker told Mike Hosking they have no influence because they're not the challenger of record. "To me it doesn't really s…
 
Scotland's leader told British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Sunday that a second Scottish independence referendum is "a matter of when, not if," after her party won its fourth straight parliamentary election. Johnson has invited the leaders of the U.K.'s devolved nations for crisis talks on the union after the regional election results rolled in, s…
 
National's slamming draft changes to conservation policies. It's obtained leaked documents outlining a number of draft recommendations, from a group set up to review conservation laws. The document outlines a number of draft recommendations from one of the Government's working groups. National Party leader Judith Collins says it asks for a reform o…
 
A second deadly sea snake has been found "alive and wriggling" at a Northland beach less than 10 days since the first discovery in three years made national headlines. Gareth Fielder found a highly venomous yellow-bellied sea snake at Woolleys Bay, on the Tutukaka Coast, over the weekend. More than a week ago, Kaitaia resident Samantha Cooper encou…
 
What’s that, Chris Moyles has taken a week off? That’s right, it’s only the cricket-playing, tequila drinking and 6ft 5 towering ginger bloke Toby Tarrant who’s taken the reins this week! Toby and Dom were once again reunited, and they were joined by Jack from The Snuts. Plus, Stumpy’s Pub Quiz was back with a bang. The team also heard a great job …
 
Marc Randolph is the Co-founder and first CEO of Netflix. He is a seasoned entrepreneur and advisor, and he has founded over a half dozen successful startups and mentored scores of other early-stage entrepreneurs throughout his career. Since his retirement from Netflix in 2003, Marc has become a sought-after international speaker who shares his wis…
 
The semiconductor industry's constant challenge is to make microchips that are smaller, faster, more powerful and more energy efficient — simultaneously. On Thursday, IBM announced it has created a 2-nanometer chip, the smallest, most powerful microchip yet developed. Most computer chips powering devices today use 10-nanometer or 7-nanometer proces…
 
At the end of each week, Mike Hosking takes you through the big-ticket items and lets you know what he makes of it all. Jobs: 7/10. "Good week on the employment front. 4.7 percent unemployment is your headline number. But labour is tight, and the worry is it's tight in a slack economy." Trevor Mallard: 0/10. "A disgrace the likes of which we should…
 
Another bruising Super Rugby Aotearoa season culminates in the final game tomorrow night in Christchurch. Standing in the way of the crusaders grabbing a fifth consecutive title are the Chiefs, who started the season poorly and then roared back to life, thanks in large part to the clutch boot of Damien McKenzie. So how does this one play out? Newst…
 
The wool industry is getting a makeover and companies are on board for it. After a report last year which described the industry's problems as grim amidst a record low price, a new national wool standards programme was developed. Basically, this programme guarantees high standards across the board for a variety of factors such as traceability, sust…
 
Redevelopment work is set to start on Auckland's Queen St on Monday, much to the disappointment of one central business group. The High Court has declined an interim injunction to stop the works, requested by the Save Queen Street Society. The society believes the 1.1 million dollar makeover to the existing temporary works is unlawful and harmful t…
 
New Zealand is pausing its travel bubble with New South Wales, out of an abundance of caution. Quarantine-free travel from Sydney was paused at midnight, for 48 hours. Ashley Bloomfield says our Government is waiting for health officials there to work out the "missing link" between Sydney's latest community cases, and a returning traveller from the…
 
The Tourism Minister hopes a 200 million dollar cash injection is enough to get operators through the Covid-19 era. Stuart Nash is today visiting Queenstown, Arrowtown and Cromwell, a day after making the funding announcement in Christchurch He says told Mike Hosking these towns, reliant on overseas tourists, are vulnerable. “If a tourism business …
 
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