The Weekend Collective
3p.m. - 6p.m. 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, two toddlers 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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What you need to do to live a longer life
"If you want to know what is going to kill you, I can tell you." That's what Dr Roderick Mulgan promises in his book, The Internal Flame, which explores the various...
Law change around domestic violence leave coming into effect
An employment lawyer says New Zealand is entering new territory as the Government prepares to roll out a new law to benefit domestic violence victims. From April...
Million-strong march ups pressure on Theresa May
Anti-Brexit protesters flooded into central London by the hundreds of thousands on Saturday, demanding that Britain's Conservative-led government hold a new referendum...
US Attorney-General continues to scour Mueller report
Attorney General William Barr scoured special counsel Robert Mueller's confidential report on the Russia investigation with his advisers Saturday, deciding how much...
Has the Christchurch terror attack become politicised?
Was it a vigil, a political rally - or both? Speeches calling out racism, colonialism and white supremacy at an Auckland vigil for victims of the Christchurch mosque...
Rad Dads: How to deal with kids' stealing
What should you do if you catch a child stealing? Rad Dads Greg Buckley and Will Fleming joined The Weekend Collective to share their parenting advice on dealing...
Ashley Church: New and improved Capital Gains Tax
Capital Gains Tax will be one of the hot issues heading into the next election, so many are looking at better ways to structure the controversial policy. One Roof...
Logan Wedgwood: Growing a business during a recession
Logan Wedgwood is a sought-after management consultant specialising in business strategy, sales and marketing. He started his first business at 19 and has established...
Dr Julie Bhosale: The health of new mums
Dr Julie Bhosale is a family wellbeing and nutrition expert and an international speaker and author. She has created an online group called “Dr Julie’s Mum Squad”...
Sir Michael Cullen on the defensive after contract extended
National is accusing the Government of wasting taxpayers' money on using Tax Working Group chairman Sir Michael Cullen as a "hired gun," after his contract was extended. But...
Shane Jones fires back at David Seymour's call for him to resign
ACT leader David Seymour says the Prime Minister has an opportunity to really test her leadership. It centres on Shane Jones, who is being criticised for helping...
Should you let your kids protest climate change?
On March 15th, some New Zealand students will 'bunk' school to strike in a bid to push politicians to act aggressively on climate change. It follows a string of...
Buying before you sell - would you risk it in today's market?
Ashley Church is a property expert for One Roof. He joined The One Roof Radio Show on The Weekend Collective to share his advice on buying a house before selling...
How to avoid junk food at the supermarket
Junk food is a constant in modern society, and the graphic advertising is part of that unhealthy package. It's especially influential for children, with brightly...
Kim Jong Un leaves Vietnam after failed summit
Smiling and holding up his clasped hands in a victorious pose, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Saturday boarded his private train at the Vietnam-China border...
Strike season? The cause of NZ's ongoing industrial action
New Zealand faces another year of strike action, with question marks hanging over multiple industries. Secondary school teachers are the latest threatening to...
Game on: Auckland mayoral race pits Goff v Tamihere
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff today launched his bid for a second term, pledging to continue "building Auckland's Future" but providing no new policies and little in...
Bill pushes for prisoner voting rights, offshore political donation ban
The Green Party is urging Justice Minister Andrew Little to adopt a Greens members' bill which would ban foreign donations to political parties and enabling prisoners...
Do children have a right to privacy?
An Auckland school has told parents they must put "spyware" on their children's phones for the children to get access to the school's Wi-Fi network. The Council...
Capital Gains Tax – will every NZ house need to be revalued?
Every Kiwi house and commercial property may need to be valued en masse by a computer programme under a capital gains tax, leading to warnings of a flood of objections...
What you need to know about Capital Gains Tax
Threefold financial advisor Malcolm Knight joined the Weekend Collective today to answer your questions on the Governments new Capital Gains Tax. Listen for Malcolms...
Dr Wiremu Manai talks kids and technology
Dr Wiremu Manaia, Senior lecturer at the Manukau Institute of Technology, talks kids and technology on the Weekend Collective. How do you control what your kids...
Twyford won't say how policy changes will affect rents
Housing Minister Phil Twfyord is remaining coy on how Government changes to rental properties will affect rents. This morning,Twyford unveiled new requirements...
Maori Climate Commissioner: Ditch school, protest climate change
The Maori Climate Commissioner wants school students to protest for action on climate change. On March 15th, some New Zealand students will 'bunk' school to strike...
Chinese and Australian officials deny coal ban amidst tensions
After reports that Australian coal had been blocked at a key port in north-eastern China, officials have defended the action. A Chinese official said yesterday...