The Weekend Collective
3PM - 6PM weekends
The Weekend Collective on Newstalk ZB is an intelligent and fun take on the life you live and what you love.
Who’s at the helm?
One’s a self-confessed conservative, the other a walking encyclopedia.
With years of TV and print journalism behind him, a news stint in New York, three published novels, three kids under five and a wife nearly half his age – Tim Wilson is always up with the play.
Tim Roxborogh has spent many years in the music radio game, and is arguably New Zealand’s leading expert on cricket and the BeeGees!
Joined by a range of special expert guests throughout the afternoon, The Weekend Collective will cover off the issues of the week, politics, parenting, finance, wellness and property.
Tim and Tim are perfect company every weekend from 3pm on Newstalk ZB.
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Do gender quotas really improve businesses?
The Government is putting pressure on the private sector to increase the number of women on boards as it breaks through another record for women in the state sector. Cecila...
Peter Hillary: Pushing yourself beyond your limits
Sir Edmund Hillary's son Peter says it could be time to ban inexperienced climbers from attempting Everest - and hopefully put a stop to the deaths. Peter joined...
Dr Sandra Grey: Polling booths in supermarkets for 2020 general election
Kiwis will be able to vote at next year's general election while doing their weekly food shop. Justice Minister Andrew Little has announced that ballot boxes will...
1000 Kiwi doctors sign letter against euthanasia
One thousand doctors have signed a letter saying they "want no part in assisted suicide". They have urged politicians and policy-makers to let them focus on saving...
President Trump in 'no hurry' to strike Iran
President Donald Trump says he abruptly called off the military strikes on Iran Thursday because the likely deaths of 150 Iranians would have been out of proportion...
Dr Anna Martin: What’s the best method when disciplining naughty children?
Clinical therapist Anna Martin's new book Listen to me! Taking the conflict out of child discipline aims to provide parents with strategies that put listening and...
Sara Hartigan: New Auckland complex to put 22 flatmates together
Would you pay $360 a week to live in the city centre in an apartment that is more akin to a dormitory in terms of the number of flatmates? The Coh is a new three-storey...
The Panel: Former PM John Key would now bypass flag referendum
Sir John Key would not hold a flag referendum if he could have his time as Prime Minister again. Instead, the country's former leader would simply change New Zealand's...
Superannuation remaining at 65 - Is it still possible?
Retirement has become an outdated concept for 140,000 New Zealanders who have reached 65 and are still clocking in to work. And those in the workforce face a future...
Jake Bailey: Dealing with a terminal illness
Jake Bailey is the ex-Christchurch Boys' High School senior monitor, whose end of year speech made worldwide headlines after going viral in November 2015. A week...
Hong Kong set for street march, mourns death of protester
Anne-Marie Brady is a New Zealand politics researcher and full professor at the University of Canterbury who specialises in Chinese politics. Listen to the audio...
David Seymour debuts new-look Act Party at relaunch event
Listen to the audio above as David Seymour, leader of the ACT Party, joins the Weekend Collective. Freedom is the buzz word at the ACT Party's relaunch in Auckland...
Inquiry into Oranga Tamariki uplifting baby from Hawke's Bay Hospital
Listen to the audio above as Tracey Martin speaks to The Weekend Collective The Minister for Children Tracey Martin has announced an inquiry by Oranga Tamariki...
Joy Cowley on getting your kids to enjoy reading!
Joy Cowley has introduced generations of Kiwi kids to the delights of reading. She has written around 1100 Children’s books and 40 Million copies worldwide. New...
Should KiwiBuild buyers should be means tested?
An under-pressure Phil Twyford has hit back at reports people with access to up to $650,000 in deposit money for a KiwiBuild home should be exempt from the scheme. He...
The Panel: Hipkins finds extra $271m for teachers in bid to end pay dispute
The Government has made a revised offer to teachers worth more than $1.4 billion, Education Minister Chris Hipkins says. The Government's offer - which the unions...
Carissa Fairbrother: Who's fault is the KiwiSaver tax rate error?
This week on Smart Money we were joined by Financial Adviser Carissa Fairbrother from www.rivialwealth.co.nz. Around 450,000 people have been paying the wrong...
Brett McGregor: Changing your taste palate
This week on the Health Hub we were joined by former Masterchef winner Brett McGregor. We dive into the issue of extending your food palate and not becoming that...
Concern in Australia over police raids on media organisations
There has been "universal condemnation" at the actions undertaken by the Australia federal police against two media organisations. The head of Australia's public...
Chester Borrows: Report a stark reminder justice system is busted
A new report reveals an overwhelming sense of desperation and frustration with our justice system. Key themes include the over-representation of Maori, the silo...
Economist: Treasury's issues due to misguided hiring practices
Has the New Zealand Treasury become more about 'the feels' then the economy? One economist believes that is the case. The Treasury has come under intense scrutiny...
Are people who result from unwanted pregnancies more insecure?
People who believe they resulted from unwanted or unplanned pregnancies tend to have more insecure relationship styles as adults, new research shows. Emily Writes is...
Insulation providers struggling to keep up with demand
Insulation companies are struggling to meet the demand from landlords. With the 1 July deadline for landlords to insulate their rental properties approaching, demand...
Crusaders to keep name next year - The Panel reacts
New Zealand Rugby chairman Brent Impey has confirmed the Crusaders will not be changing their name in 2020. Actress Michelle Langstone joins The Panel on The Weekend...
Bob Weir: How the 2019 Budget will impact small businesses
Business industry heads say the budget delivered no surprises and there was little to get excited about, aside from a new $300 million investment fund. Director,...