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After 33 years behind the Newstalk ZB microphone, Leighton can’t give it up completely. There were so many requests to continue his opinionated commentary that the prospect of podcasting was born. So, without restriction, Leighton will continue to serve up on everything you want to hear about and some things you don’t. Stand by to be enlightened, educated and enraged!
 
Every week, Rugby Direct gives you the lowdown on all you need to know from the rugby world. Whether it's the All Blacks, Black Ferns, NPC, Farah Palmer Cup, or just what's going down at the club grounds, we have you covered on your home for all things rugby. Listen on iHeartRadio for every angle, every moment, and every opinion.
 
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The Agenda

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The Agenda

The Alternative Commentary Collective

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Introducing the official podcast of The Alternative Commentary Collective. Featuring interviews and all the major talking points from the world of sports, urban dictionary and more. Your #2 favourite sports podcast!
 
Home is where the heart is, and there’s no question that Kiwis LOVE property. Newstalk ZB’s OneRoof Radio Show is a full-house of property talk, tips and tricks. Leading industry experts join us to discuss and debate the latest in market trends, investments, DIY and much more. Step inside The OneRoof Radio Show and make yourself at home.
 
From the NZ Herald newsroom comes A Moment in Crime - a podcast delving into some of New Zealand’s biggest cases. Anna Leask has been a crime and justice reporter at the Herald for more than a decade. Each month she'll take you inside some of our most infamous incidents, notorious offenders and behind the scenes of high profile trials and events to show you what’s really happening in your backyard.
 
The disappearance of Amber-Lee Cruickshank 25 years ago is one of New Zealand's most baffling missing person investigations. This six-part New Zealand Herald series provides an indepth look at the cold case and Amber-Lee's mother's ceaseless quest to bring her daughter home.
 
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The BYC Podcast

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The BYC Podcast

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It's back! BYC, New Zealand's most celebrated and feared specialty cricket podcast, has strapped on the pads for another season. Join Jason Hoyte, Paul Ford, Dylan Cleaver and a range of dubious guests for those unmistakable sounds and smells of summer. Join us for such cutting-edge debates as "What's sexier, a well-oiled Duncan Fearnley Magnum or a Polyarmoured Slazenger V12?"
 
Survivor Radio, hosted by Matt Chisholm and Estelle Clifford, airs Monday 6-7pm on The Hits. They chat everything about the episode the night before – including exclusive interviews with the eliminated contestants! Don’t miss Survivor New Zealand, on TVNZ 2, 7pm Sundays.
 
This is mildly amusing banter at its mild amusing best! We’re Jono Pryor and Ben Boyce, two best mates who started their work marriage a decade ago in a quest to become a hotter kiwi duo than a mince and cheese in a scalding service station pie! While we aren't there yet, you can catch us weekdays on The Hits breakfast to talk about our life misadventures, big interviews, fun games and plenty of LOLs. OK, we can’t promise LOLs but hopefully you stopped reading after we said LOLs the first time.
 
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.
 
Radio Sport's Louis Herman-Watt and Mitch Powell tackle the important issues of the last seven days with a distinctly entitled millennial spin. Every so often joined by a guest to actually enlighten the masses, each week Louis and Mitch are Stoked on something new
 
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After this move to level 3 today, we all need to accept the possibility that we never get rid of covid in the community again. Today might be the day we ended the so-called “elimination” strategy. Clearly, getting us back to zero is no longer the sole focus of this government If it was - if their aim was to stamp out this outbreak altogether – Auck…
 
Auckland will move to alert level three from midnight tomorrow. Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson says he's feeling confident that the situation for Auckland is still a level with plenty of restrictions in it. He says some people can go back to work, a few people will be moving around, but it is still a restrictive level - with bubbles still in…
 
A top businessman is urging the Government to ease demand on MIQ by allowing loosening travel restrictions. More than 25-thousand people logged into a virtual lobby today to clamour for one of three-thousand MIQ vouchers. It was the first room release in weeks -- and only four-thousand more will be released each fortnight until Christmas. Animation…
 
The New Zealand Breakers have agreed to release Tai Webster after the star guard refused the Covid-19 vaccine. Webster, the breakout star from last season, inked a new two-year contract with the Breakers in July but will no longer be with the club after he decided not to get vaccinated due to "personal reasons". Breakers owner Matt Walsh says the d…
 
Waikato District's Mayor says it's an unsettling time for communities impacted by a "bespoke" Alert Level Four. A Section 70 notice is now in place for people who live, work or have travelled through the Mangatangi area since September 8. It obliges them to stay home at least five days, to allow testing and contact tracing. It comes after a Covid-p…
 
An expert says the million-dollar question is how long Auckland will stay in Level Three. The region moves down a level from midnight tomorrow. Covid-19 modeller Shaun Hendy says contact tracers have had an epic five weeks, and it's now in their hands to close out this cluster. He says we'll know in a couple of weeks whether that's worked. Hendy sa…
 
We got into this discussion after we found out someone famous used to follow producer Juliet on Twitter. And we ended up speaking to someone who was followed by Barack Obama! We also continued on the chat from last week about the best names for your pets, and the calls did not disappoint. If you like puns, you'll love these pet names. Finally, Jono…
 
I know the rest of the country is sick of hearing about this, but for the 1.6 million people who live in Auckland, we're into day 34 of level 4. Since the start of the pandemic that means Aucklanders have spent “6 extra weeks at levels 3 and 4” than the rest of the country, and there’s more to come. Stuff reported that, “over the 2020 and 2021 scho…
 
France would have known Australia had “deep and grave concerns” that a submarine fleet the French were building would not meet Australian needs, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Sunday after the contract's cancellation set off a diplomatic crisis. France accused Australia of concealing its intentions to back out of the 90 billion Australian dolla…
 
Coromandel MP Scott Simpson says the cases are worrying for the small tight-knit community. He told Kate Hawkesby people should take advantage of the pop-up testing centre being set up at Wharekawa Marae in Whakatīwai this morning. “Anyone that is feeling unwell, anyone with symptoms, anyone that feels that they want to get tested — my advice is ab…
 
Cricket legend Chris Cairns says he is ready to tackle the greatest challenge he has ever faced as he begins rehabilitation following a serious health scare. The former Black Cap, 51, collapsed in Canberra last month after suffering a massive heart attack, resulting in an aortic dissection, or a tear in the inner layer of the body's main artery. Du…
 
A new managed isolation system hopes to beat some of the bots. At 8am a virtual lobby will open, placing people in a queue for 3000 managed isolation vouchers released at 9am. Alexandra Birt of Grounded Kiwis told Kate Hawkesby there are some positives to the new system. “It definitely will affect the bots in the sense that, the ones that would not…
 
Jason Pine chats to NZ Cricket Players Association boss Heath Mills on Newstalk ZB, as they further to discuss the events that lead to the Black Caps pulling out of their tour of Pakistan, their first in Pakistan since 2003 due to a perceived high level security threat.By Newstalk ZB
 
Jason Pine chats to Pakistan cricket journalist Shahid Hasmi on Newstalk ZB, as they discuss the fallout in Pakistan from New Zealand's decision to pull out of their cricket tour in Pakistan, their first to the country in 18 years due to a perceived high level security threat.By Newstalk ZB
 
Jason Pine chats to NZ Herald Wellington Business editor Hamish Rutherford on Newstalk ZB, as they discuss the decision by Team New Zealand to delay the announcement of the next America's Cup venue in order to further explore the options on the table.By Newstalk ZB
 
This week is organics week, which is a chance to look at what organic actually means. What is it good for us? It’s about what’s NOT in a product, rather than what is. Organic farmers don’t use synthetic chemicals including fertilizers, pesticides, weed sprays and antibiotics. The products are also free of GMOs and artificial ingredients. Eating org…
 
This is a good weekend to get into the garden and plan ahead for crops and fruit...and gratis pest control. Fruit Trees and crops need pollinators. It pays to always have a mixture of useful pollen and nectar sources flowering when you want to attract pollinators to your garden. The idea is simple: have a little “meadow” of flowering plants that wi…
 
American Rust: Jeff Daniels stars in this compelling drama as complicated and compromised chief of police Del Harris (Daniels) in a Rust Belt town in southwest Pennsylvania (Neon). Scenes from a Marriage: Adapted from Ingmar Bergman’s 1973 Swedish classic, and starring Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain, Scenes from a Marriage re-examines the show’s …
 
Iconic TV series Packed to the Rafters is back, and what else could it be called than BACK to the Rafters. Most of the cast is back, including legendary Aussie actor Michael Caton who's back in his role as Grandad Ted. If you don’t know the name Michael Caton, you’ll almost certainly recognise some of his most famous lines from the ‘97 film The Cas…
 
I got up early, drove out to the airport, and joined the lines of cars slowly crawling between the big marquees. It was simple. It was fast. The staff were friendly and efficient. It felt oddly momentous. Significant. A bit like I feel when I cast a ballot on election day. One day I’ll tell my kids about the time I first got vaccinated for Covid-19…
 
The America's Cup may just return to New Zealand after all. After the deadline for hosting was delayed with no solid deal in place, Mark Dunphy has made a formal offer to Team NZ and Grant Dalton to host the next competition in Auckland. Meanwhile, ahead of the weekend's Rugby Championship, former England coach Sir Clive Woodward has slammed South …
 
Italian workers in both the public and private sectors must display a health pass to access their workplaces from Oct. 15 under a decree adopted Thursday by Premier Mario Draghi’s broad-based coalition government. The measures are the first by a major European economy requiring proof of vaccination, a recent negative virus test or recovery from COV…
 
The Indonesian Government is planning to ban backpackers from travelling to Bali when their borders reopen. They're aiming for 'quality tourism’ so won't allow backpackers to enter the island. Travel agent Rosann Conolly told Heather du Plessis-Allan it'll be interesting to see if Bali can sustain this. “You need to look at the likes of Kuta. Now t…
 
New Zealand's none too pleased at the prospect of nukes in our waters. The United Kingdom, United States and Australia have signed a three-way military deal to counter Chinese influence in the Asia Pacific. The first initiative is to supply nuclear submarine technology to Australia. Foreign Affairs Minister Nanaia Mahuta told Heather du Plessis-All…
 
A Kiwi businessman is adamant the next America's Cup will stay in New Zealand. An entity linked to former investment banker Mark Dunphy is offering to provide short term funding to defend the Auld Mug in Auckland. Dunphy told Heather du Plessis-Allan they've made a formal proposal to Team New Zealand and chief executive Grant Dalton. “There are com…
 
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