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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Yvonne Godfrey: How to teach boys to respect women?
Teen Parenting expert from miomo.com, Yvonne Godfrey joined The Parenting Squad on the Weekend Collective to share her advice! LISTEN ABOVE
Sara Hartigan: Renting is unbelievably tough!
Property expert Sara Hartigan joined The One Roof Radio Show on The Weekend Collective to share her advice on Rentals. LISTEN TO THE AUDIO ABOVE
The Panel: Parents struggling with back-to-school costs
The cost of sending children back to school can put pressure on parents. The Ministry of Education has launched an investigation into the cost of school uniforms. The...
Chris Di Leva: You don't need to be rich to invest!
Kyle MacDonald: Does cannabis affect mental health?
2020 will see New Zealanders head to the polls once again - though this time, they won't just be voting for the Government. One of two referendums on the agenda...
'Constitutionally invalid': Trump's team slams impeachment
Donald Trump's legal team filed its formal response Saturday evening to the Senate summons of the President, offering the first glimpse into what will ultimately...
How will Harry and Meghan fund their lifestyle?
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have announced they will no longer receive taxpayer handouts once they ditch royal life - but there is speculation that Prince Charles...
'Supply crisis': Govt's $500,000 advertising blitz to fill teacher shortages
The Government spent almost half a million dollars on foreign advertising in a bid to woo overseas teachers to come work in New Zealand as the country grapples with...
Emily Writes: Are the school holidays too long?
Parenting blogger Emily Writes joins The Parenting Squad on The Weekend Collective to share her thoughts on school holidays continuing into early February and if...
Ashley Church: NZ house-building hits highest mark since 1974
Listen to the audio above as Ashley Church from One Roof speaks to The Weekend Collective. New Zealand residential construction has reached a 45-year high, running...
The Panel: Kiwis students living overseas dodging IRD as loan debt spikes
More than half of all Kiwis living overseas with a student loan are dragging their feet on paying their debts. And the amount of money the taxman considers overdue...
Shane Te Pou: Wrapping the year in politics
Political commentator Shane Te Pou joins The Weekend Collective to look back on the year in politics for 2019. LISTEN ABOVE
More people using Afterpay service this Christmas
Interim retirement Commissioner and Financial Expert from CFFC, Peter Cordtz, joins The Weekend Collective to discuss the Afterpay service and why you should be...
Brett McGregor: Dealing with food allergies over Christmas
At least 1 in 10 babies born in New Zealand today will develop an allergy, with New Zealand having some of the highest rates of allergies in the world. MasterChef...
Australian PM apologises for family vacation amid wildfires
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Sunday apologised for taking a family vacation in Hawaii as deadly bushfires raged across several states, destroying...
Dr Julie Bhosale: How to split Christmas between families
Spending time with your family and friends at home is what the holidays are about. But if you're newly engaged or married and have to merge two families, it can...
Ashley Church: Will Nationals new policy fix the housing market?
Imagine that the housing and transport initiatives of the major political parties over the past five years could be represented as one big celebration taking place...
The Panel: Gun buy-back scheme comes to an end
Michelle Langstone is an award winning columnist from the North and South Magazine. She joins The Panel on The Weekend Collective to discuss the gun buy-back scheme,...
Andrew Bascand: The 2020 market predictions
Dr Frances Pitsilis: How to combat fatigue without sugar?
Enda Brady on the UK election
UK correspondent Enda Brady joins the Weekend Collective to discuss the recent UK election and what Labour needs to do to rebuild. LISTEN TO THE AUDIO ABOVE
Nicole McKee: Gun buyback an 'epic failure'
Nicole McKee, secretary for the Council of Licenced Firearms Owners, joins the Weekend Collective to discuss the gun buyback scheme. LISTEN TO THE AUDIO ABOVE
Can tours of White Island/Whakaari continue?
Michael Lueck, AUT Professor of Tourism, joins the Weekend Collective to discuss the future of tourism on White Island and the inherent risks of adventure tourism. LISTEN...
Kathryn Berkett: Does having a baby later in life really matter
We are having kids later and later, is it causing disappointment and why are we doing it? Child Psychologist from Engage trainin Kathryn Berkett joined The Parenting...
Peter Wolfkamp: Water blasting tips and tricks
Want to get into some DIY this weekend? Newstalk ZB “Resident Builder” Peter Wolfkamp joins The OneRoof Radio Show to share his knowledge. Listen to the audio above.