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The Mike Hosking Breakfast
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The Mike Hosking Breakfast

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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.

Latest Episodes

Tim McKinnel: Commission to review miscarriages of justice passes into law

A private investigator says a new bill to right miscarriages of justice might not affect lots of people, but for those it will, it'll be profound.A new law means if a commission finds there has been a miscarriage of justice, they will refer the case back to the Court of Appeal to reconsider.Private investigator Tim McKinnel played a key role in getting Teina Pora's murder conviction overturned.He told Mike Hosking research shows one-to-four per cent of convictions are at risk of being a miscarriage of justice."That may seem like a small number - but if there are 50 homicide cases a year, every two years or so, someone is wrongfully convicted."LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW ABOVE

3 MIN7 h ago
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Tim McKinnel: Commission to review miscarriages of justice passes into law

Richard Arnold: Vaping-related lung transplant performed in Detroit

Doctors at a Detroit hospital have performed what could be the first double lung transplant on a man whose lungs were damaged from vaping.No other details of the transplant were released Monday by Henry Ford Health System, which has scheduled a news conference Tuesday. The patient has asked his medical team to share photographs and an update to warn others about vaping.The team of medical experts that performed the procedure believes it is "the first double lung transplant in the world for a patient whose lungs were irreparably damaged from vaping," the health system said in a news release Monday."It would be nice if it's the last — if the epidemic of acute lung injury can be brought under control," said Dr. David Christiani at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.Christiani said he's not sure if the number of double lung transplants due to vaping illnesses will increase. He said factors include the availability of donor lungs a...

3 MIN8 h ago
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Richard Arnold: Vaping-related lung transplant performed in Detroit

Simon Bridges: National looks to scrap govt's fees-free scheme

National is looking to put the Government's fees-free scheme on the scrap heap.The Opposition's latest discussion document shows it wants to redirect billions of dollars from the scheme to set up a Kiwisaver-type fund.The proposal is one of several to replace fees-free, a Government flagship policy that has failed to see an increase in the number of first-year tertiary students.Leader Simon Bridges told Mike Hosking it's part of the biggest policy development process by an Opposition ever."Nationalis looking across the whole gamut of education. Fees free is a key target, I would describe it as an expensive failure."Other wide-ranging proposals include a passport for every child to track development and spot checks for early childhood education centres.LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW ABOVE

3 MIN8 h ago
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Simon Bridges: National looks to scrap govt's fees-free scheme

Ryan Boswell: Australia fires change direction as cool southerly sweeps NSW coast

Key points:• 83 fires are burning in NSW, 50 of which are not contained;• One blaze west of Coffs Harbour covers 150,000 hectares, with a perimeter of more than 1000km;• At least a dozen homes were damaged or destroyed yesterday;• Wind change that caused havoc in NSW yesterday is now moving into QLD;• More than 60 fires are burning across the state.•Oz smoke plume to hit NZ tomorrow: What you need to know10.15am:While the danger is easing in NSW this morning, it's ramping up in Queensland.Residents and guests have left a luxury resort in the state's southeast because a fire is approaching.There is one burning near Spicers Gap and travelling southwest towards Spicers Peak Lodge. Firefighters door knocked the resort in the early hours of the morning to evacuate it, but the guests were already gone.Four firefighting crews and one caretaker remain on the scene.9.40am:The Liberation Trail fire west of Coffs Harbour has been downgraded to 'watch and act' status.It is still covering ...

1 MIN8 h ago
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Ryan Boswell: Australia fires change direction as cool southerly sweeps NSW coast

Pete McNichol: Gin shop in England bans cheesy Christmassongs

A gin shop in the English town of York has banned cheesy Christmassongs for the sake of staff morale, the owners have said.York Gin has banned all Xmas songs after the 1960's to boost morale of their staff.They say having to listen to the likes of Mariah Carey and Michael Buble for hours on end every day would ruin Christmas, and they are after a less pop sounding playlist for their store.York Gin co-directorPete McNichol joined Mike Hosking to explain further!LISTEN ABOVE

2 MIN1 d ago
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Pete McNichol: Gin shop in England bans cheesy Christmassongs

Julian Leys: PM says moving Auckland's port is a question of when, not if

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says moving Auckland's port is not a question of if, rather a question of when.This comes as the final report into the future of the port has been handed back to ministers.According to TVNZ, the report concluded that Auckland's current port operations are "no longer economically or environmentally viable".This raises the question of the port moving to another location, as had been suggested in the past.Neither Ardern nor Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters have had a detailed look at the report yet and it hasn't gone through Cabinet.But Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones this morning confirmed that the report did, indeed, say Auckland was no longer a viable option for the port.The report means the massive transition could begin by December of next year, with completion of the move as early as 2029.Speaking to the AM Show this morning, Ardern said there was a certain inevitability when it comes to moving the port, the questions is at wha...

2 MIN1 d ago
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Julian Leys: PM says moving Auckland's port is a question of when, not if

Chris Cahill on proposed Firearms Prohibition Orders

The Government is being told it needs to be cautious with Firearms Prohibition Orders.The proposed Orders would ban certain criminals from being anywhere near firearms, and give police greater powers to investigate them.Police Association President Chris Cahill says it's practical on paper, with lots of people that would meet the criteria.He told Mike Hosking in reality, if too many are issued, the orders won't be taken seriously."Look at gang members alone, they have increased by 26 per cent in the last two years.""There are a lot of bad people out there who would meet the criteria."LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW ABOVE

4 MIN1 d ago
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Chris Cahill on proposed Firearms Prohibition Orders

Warren Gatland reflects on 12 year stint as Wales coach

Warren Gatland has become a polarising figure in World Rugby.The New Zealander has just wrapped up a 12 year stint as the coach of Wales.You can't argue against his success, with four Six Nations crowns and a number one ranking for the first time in their history.And of course you can't forget the 2017 Lions tour.Now he's coming home to the Chiefs, and is telling his story in his biography 'Pride and Passion, which is out in a couple of weeks.Warren Gatland joined Mike Hosking to discuss the recent Rugby World Cup and what the future holds for him in his coaching career.LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW ABOVE

12 MIN1 d ago
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Warren Gatland reflects on 12 year stint as Wales coach

Rod Liddle: Brexit Party shifts tactics, won't challenge Conservatives in vote

Brexit Party chief Nigel Farage changed course Monday, announcing that his party would not challenge Conservative candidates in nearly half of the U.K.'s districts, a tactical move that may make it easier for pro-Brexit forces to prevail in the Dec. 12 election.Farage said his party will not put forward any candidates in 317 seats that the Conservatives won in the last election so as not to split the pro-Brexit vote. The move should boost the chances that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservatives win a majority in an early election that Johnson sought to increase his Brexit mandate.A Conservative majority would likely mean that Johnson's Brexit divorce deal would be passed by Parliament, clearing the way for Britain to leave the European Union at the end of January.Farage said he was putting country before party by unilaterally forming a "leave alliance" with the Conservatives at the expense of parties seeking to slow or even stop Brexit. Those parties include the opposition Labo...

3 MIN1 d ago
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Rod Liddle: Brexit Party shifts tactics, won't challenge Conservatives in vote

Gregor Coster: DHBs under pressure across the country

A former District Health Board chairman says DHBs are handling a double-edged sword, being under funded and in need of a restructure.The government is been forced to pour $142 million into seven DHBs, after being warned hospital workers' pay could be affected otherwise.Gregor Coster, who's now the Victoria University Dean of Health, says DHBs need to do anything they can to make the system work.He told Mike Hosking the government is accountable for how services are delivered."NZ does overall have a good health system and compared to many we are very fortunate. But changes are necessary."LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW ABOVE

2 MIN1 d ago
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Gregor Coster: DHBs under pressure across the country

Latest Episodes

Tim McKinnel: Commission to review miscarriages of justice passes into law

A private investigator says a new bill to right miscarriages of justice might not affect lots of people, but for those it will, it'll be profound.A new law means if a commission finds there has been a miscarriage of justice, they will refer the case back to the Court of Appeal to reconsider.Private investigator Tim McKinnel played a key role in getting Teina Pora's murder conviction overturned.He told Mike Hosking research shows one-to-four per cent of convictions are at risk of being a miscarriage of justice."That may seem like a small number - but if there are 50 homicide cases a year, every two years or so, someone is wrongfully convicted."LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW ABOVE

3 MIN7 h ago
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Tim McKinnel: Commission to review miscarriages of justice passes into law

Richard Arnold: Vaping-related lung transplant performed in Detroit

Doctors at a Detroit hospital have performed what could be the first double lung transplant on a man whose lungs were damaged from vaping.No other details of the transplant were released Monday by Henry Ford Health System, which has scheduled a news conference Tuesday. The patient has asked his medical team to share photographs and an update to warn others about vaping.The team of medical experts that performed the procedure believes it is "the first double lung transplant in the world for a patient whose lungs were irreparably damaged from vaping," the health system said in a news release Monday."It would be nice if it's the last — if the epidemic of acute lung injury can be brought under control," said Dr. David Christiani at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.Christiani said he's not sure if the number of double lung transplants due to vaping illnesses will increase. He said factors include the availability of donor lungs a...

3 MIN8 h ago
Comments
Richard Arnold: Vaping-related lung transplant performed in Detroit

Simon Bridges: National looks to scrap govt's fees-free scheme

National is looking to put the Government's fees-free scheme on the scrap heap.The Opposition's latest discussion document shows it wants to redirect billions of dollars from the scheme to set up a Kiwisaver-type fund.The proposal is one of several to replace fees-free, a Government flagship policy that has failed to see an increase in the number of first-year tertiary students.Leader Simon Bridges told Mike Hosking it's part of the biggest policy development process by an Opposition ever."Nationalis looking across the whole gamut of education. Fees free is a key target, I would describe it as an expensive failure."Other wide-ranging proposals include a passport for every child to track development and spot checks for early childhood education centres.LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW ABOVE

3 MIN8 h ago
Comments
Simon Bridges: National looks to scrap govt's fees-free scheme

Ryan Boswell: Australia fires change direction as cool southerly sweeps NSW coast

Key points:• 83 fires are burning in NSW, 50 of which are not contained;• One blaze west of Coffs Harbour covers 150,000 hectares, with a perimeter of more than 1000km;• At least a dozen homes were damaged or destroyed yesterday;• Wind change that caused havoc in NSW yesterday is now moving into QLD;• More than 60 fires are burning across the state.•Oz smoke plume to hit NZ tomorrow: What you need to know10.15am:While the danger is easing in NSW this morning, it's ramping up in Queensland.Residents and guests have left a luxury resort in the state's southeast because a fire is approaching.There is one burning near Spicers Gap and travelling southwest towards Spicers Peak Lodge. Firefighters door knocked the resort in the early hours of the morning to evacuate it, but the guests were already gone.Four firefighting crews and one caretaker remain on the scene.9.40am:The Liberation Trail fire west of Coffs Harbour has been downgraded to 'watch and act' status.It is still covering ...

1 MIN8 h ago
Comments
Ryan Boswell: Australia fires change direction as cool southerly sweeps NSW coast

Pete McNichol: Gin shop in England bans cheesy Christmassongs

A gin shop in the English town of York has banned cheesy Christmassongs for the sake of staff morale, the owners have said.York Gin has banned all Xmas songs after the 1960's to boost morale of their staff.They say having to listen to the likes of Mariah Carey and Michael Buble for hours on end every day would ruin Christmas, and they are after a less pop sounding playlist for their store.York Gin co-directorPete McNichol joined Mike Hosking to explain further!LISTEN ABOVE

2 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Pete McNichol: Gin shop in England bans cheesy Christmassongs

Julian Leys: PM says moving Auckland's port is a question of when, not if

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says moving Auckland's port is not a question of if, rather a question of when.This comes as the final report into the future of the port has been handed back to ministers.According to TVNZ, the report concluded that Auckland's current port operations are "no longer economically or environmentally viable".This raises the question of the port moving to another location, as had been suggested in the past.Neither Ardern nor Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters have had a detailed look at the report yet and it hasn't gone through Cabinet.But Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones this morning confirmed that the report did, indeed, say Auckland was no longer a viable option for the port.The report means the massive transition could begin by December of next year, with completion of the move as early as 2029.Speaking to the AM Show this morning, Ardern said there was a certain inevitability when it comes to moving the port, the questions is at wha...

2 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Julian Leys: PM says moving Auckland's port is a question of when, not if

Chris Cahill on proposed Firearms Prohibition Orders

The Government is being told it needs to be cautious with Firearms Prohibition Orders.The proposed Orders would ban certain criminals from being anywhere near firearms, and give police greater powers to investigate them.Police Association President Chris Cahill says it's practical on paper, with lots of people that would meet the criteria.He told Mike Hosking in reality, if too many are issued, the orders won't be taken seriously."Look at gang members alone, they have increased by 26 per cent in the last two years.""There are a lot of bad people out there who would meet the criteria."LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW ABOVE

4 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Chris Cahill on proposed Firearms Prohibition Orders

Warren Gatland reflects on 12 year stint as Wales coach

Warren Gatland has become a polarising figure in World Rugby.The New Zealander has just wrapped up a 12 year stint as the coach of Wales.You can't argue against his success, with four Six Nations crowns and a number one ranking for the first time in their history.And of course you can't forget the 2017 Lions tour.Now he's coming home to the Chiefs, and is telling his story in his biography 'Pride and Passion, which is out in a couple of weeks.Warren Gatland joined Mike Hosking to discuss the recent Rugby World Cup and what the future holds for him in his coaching career.LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW ABOVE

12 MIN1 d ago
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Warren Gatland reflects on 12 year stint as Wales coach

Rod Liddle: Brexit Party shifts tactics, won't challenge Conservatives in vote

Brexit Party chief Nigel Farage changed course Monday, announcing that his party would not challenge Conservative candidates in nearly half of the U.K.'s districts, a tactical move that may make it easier for pro-Brexit forces to prevail in the Dec. 12 election.Farage said his party will not put forward any candidates in 317 seats that the Conservatives won in the last election so as not to split the pro-Brexit vote. The move should boost the chances that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservatives win a majority in an early election that Johnson sought to increase his Brexit mandate.A Conservative majority would likely mean that Johnson's Brexit divorce deal would be passed by Parliament, clearing the way for Britain to leave the European Union at the end of January.Farage said he was putting country before party by unilaterally forming a "leave alliance" with the Conservatives at the expense of parties seeking to slow or even stop Brexit. Those parties include the opposition Labo...

3 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Rod Liddle: Brexit Party shifts tactics, won't challenge Conservatives in vote

Gregor Coster: DHBs under pressure across the country

A former District Health Board chairman says DHBs are handling a double-edged sword, being under funded and in need of a restructure.The government is been forced to pour $142 million into seven DHBs, after being warned hospital workers' pay could be affected otherwise.Gregor Coster, who's now the Victoria University Dean of Health, says DHBs need to do anything they can to make the system work.He told Mike Hosking the government is accountable for how services are delivered."NZ does overall have a good health system and compared to many we are very fortunate. But changes are necessary."LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW ABOVE

2 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Gregor Coster: DHBs under pressure across the country
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