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 best selling recording artist, the other a walking encyclopedia.
From Barrister to singer to recording artist and concert producer, including performing the national anthem for the All Blacks, you name it, Tim Beveridge has done it.
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.
THIS WEEKEND'S SHOW
3pm-4pm The Panel
4pm-5pm OneRoof Radio Show
5pm-6pm The Parent Squad
3pm-4pm Politics Central
4pm-5pm Health Hub
5pm-6pm Smart Money
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Amanda Morrall: How good is Nationals tax policy?
This week on Smart Money we were joined by Amanda Morrall. LISTEN ABOVE
Professor Tim Dare: Understanding the Euthanasia bill
This week on Health Hub we were joined by Auckland Professor Tim Dare. We discuss the upcoming euthanasia referendum and what you're actually voting for? LISTEN...
Has Shane Jones given up on Northland?
Has Shane Jones given up on Northland? The NZ First MP and minister is one of the key players in the party's election hopes. He is contesting the Northland electorate,...
Andrew Little: Increased sick leave is not a huge burden on business
Labour is promising voters it will double workers' sick leave entitlements from five to 10 days a year. If re-elected, it is committing to making the change within...
Dorothy Waide: The different reasons people have children
Dorothy Waide is one of New Zealand’s most in-demand baby sleep consultants. She joined The Parent Squad on The Weekend Collective to share her parenting advice. LISTEN...
Ashley Church: This is no longer a blip, this is the start of a new property boom
OPINION: Kudos to Dominic Stephens and the economists at Westpac for admitting they got it wrong earlier this year when they predicted that house prices would drop...
The Panel: Jacinda Ardern accused of breaking distancing rules
ACT's David Seymour has criticised Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern for breaking Covid-19 social distancing rules. Hospitality businesses can't make money at Level...
Carissa Fairbrother: Risks and benefits of couples having joint-accounts
This week on Smart Money we are joined by financial adviser Carissa Fairbrother. LISTEN ABOVE
Dr John Cameron: Why have people stopped going to the dentist?
This week we were joined by our resident doctor, John Cameron. LISTEN ABOVE
Bob Woodward defends decision to withhold Trump's virus comments
Bob Woodward, facing widespread criticism for only now revealing President Donald Trump's early concerns about the severity of the coronavirus, told The Associated...
Criminal lawyer: Police should've taken tougher stance on anti-lockdown protestors
A crowd of a few thousand packed in Auckland's Aotea Square yesterday afternoon, at the "National Rally for Freedom", organised by Advance Party co-leaders, Jami...
Dave Atkinson: The very real danger of TikTok
Dave Atkinson is the CEO of the Parenting Place. He joined The Weekend Collective to share his advice on all things parenting. LISTEN ABOVE
Sara Hartigan: Rules around landlords removing 'problem' tenants
Otago landlords with unruly tenants are being told to give them the boot before a law change makes that even harder to do. But the group representing tenants' rights...
The Panel: National encourages people to buy electric vehicles
National's on a drive to encourage people to buy electric vehicles. If it becomes Government next month, it'll set a target of getting 80,000 electric vehicles...
Martin Hawes: Can you fix a bad credit rating?
This week on Smart Money we were joined by our resident financial expert Martin Hawes. LISTEN ABOVE
Dr Alex Bartle: Partners sleeping in separate rooms
This week on the Health Hub we were joined by sleep expert Dr Alex Bartle. We dive into the issue of partner disturbance and overcoming a disrupted sleep. LISTEN...
How are the coalition partners faring as the election campaign begins?
The election campaign is officially underway - and the question remains how many of the current parties will make it back to Parliament. Both NZ First and the...
Why claims Trump mocked dead US soldiers is a real problem for the President
On Thursday night The Atlantic published a bombshell story that alleged -- citing four anonymous sources -- that President Donald Trump had repeatedly mocked US...
Kathryn Berkett: National promises $3000 to all expectant mothers
The National Party is promising all expectant mothers $3000 and to make paid parental leave more flexible so both parents can take it at the same time. In its "First...
Peter Wolfkamp: Learning DIY off YouTube
Want to get into some DIY at the weekend? Newstalk ZB “Resident Builder” Peter Wolfkamp joins The OneRoof Radio Show to share his knowledge. LISTEN ABOVE
The Panel: Do we need a ban on livestock exports?
The Prime Minister hasn't ruled out a ban on live exports. A third crewman from a cargo ship that capsized off the coast of Japan has been found alive after he...
Amanda Morrall: Bonus Bonds are a rip off!
This week on Smart Money we were joined by financial journalist Amanda Morrall. LISTEN ABOVE
Claire Turnbull: Is breakfast the most important meal of the day?
This week on the Health Hub we were joined by nutritionist Claire Turnbull from Mission Nutrition. LISTEN ABOVE
Police's zero tolerance policy on speeding 'clear as mud'
An independent crash investigator says that a new Police policy is "clear as mud". Police put out a statement on Thursday saying that there would be a year-round...
Protests in Kenosha continue after latest police shotting
With chants of "One person, one vote!" and "No justice, no peace!" a crowd of about 1,000 demonstrators gathered outside a Wisconsin courthouse Saturday to denounce...