The Weekend Collective
The Weekend Collective on Newstalk ZB is an intelligent and fun take on the life you live and what you love.
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.
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.
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Government to scrap 'wasteful' Lake Onslow project as cost-cutting measure
The new Government has poured cold water on the proposed Lake Onslow pumped hydro scheme. The hydro-lake development was proposed by the previous Government, as...
Luxon's first moves have been impacted by Peters' comments, says expert
Prime Minister Chris Luxon has outlined the first moves the newly-formed Government plans to take. Under the 49-day action plan, Fair Pay Agreements, Three Waters,...
Politics Central: What do we think of the Government's 100-day plan?
The new Government confirmed its plan for its first 100 days, which includes enacting 49 key changes including the scrapping of the Fair Pay Agreement legislation,...
The Parent Squad with John Cowan: When is spying on your kids too much?
Author and Real Life host John Cowan joins the Weekend Collective to talk privacy and protection- and highlight when checking in on your kids goes too far. LISTEN...
Tony Alexander: Predicting the future state of the property market
Expert Tony Alexander joined the Weekend Collective to predict the future state of the property market- and determine if we should take the headlines seriously. LISTEN...
The Panel with Dean Butler and Brigitte Morten: Christmas Cake, Crate Day, and 100 Day Plans
This week on the Panel, Tim Beveridge was joined by Dean Butler and Brigitte Morten to discuss the Government's 100 Day Plans, Crate Day, and Nigella Lawson saying...
Politics Central: What can we expect from our new coalition Government?
This week on Politics Central, Nicola Willis joins the show to explain why she has the political chops to be our new Finance Minister- and how her English Literature...
'Disease of over-regulation': ACT's David Seymour plans to use new role to make change
The incoming Minister for Regulation is promising to make real change. ACT Leader David Seymour picked up the role during coalition negotiations alongside Associate...
Social Investment strategy will prevent future harm and crime- Nicola Willis
Nicola Willis says her new Social Investment Minister role will be about spending earlier to prevent future harm. Willis will hold that role alongside Finance, and...
The Parent Squad with Kathryn Berkett: How long should we delay conversations about adult topics?
A controversial sex education book Welcome to Sex has been given an 'unrestricted classification' in New Zealand. How long should you prolong adult conversations...
Debbie Roberts: Is the scrapped foreign buyers tax a win for Kiwi buyers?
National is ditching its foreign buyers tax proposal as part of its coalition agreement with NZ First. Is this a win for Kiwi home buyers? Debbie Roberts joins the...
The Panel With Brad Olsen & Simon Wilson: Funds for axed Auckland SailGP vent went towards bringing Coldplay to New Zealand, and Novak Djokovic tells fans to ‘shut up’
We finally have a new coalition government, but how will it turn out? Funds set for axed Auckland SailGP event went towards bringing Coldplay to New Zealand, and Novak...
Dr Alex Bartle: Tips and tricks to work around sleep apnoea
Sleep expert Dr Alex Bartle joins the Weekend Collective to talk sleep apnoea and highlight the best tips and tricks to ensure the best possible sleep. LISTEN ABOVE
Hamish Pepper: What's behind the recent decline in inflation?
Annual core inflation dropped from 5.7 percent to 5.2 percent in Q3. Employment dropped in Q3 and pushed the unemployment rate to almost 4 percent. Job ads also...
Luxon lost an opportunity to represent NZ's new direction at APEC, claims expert
Experts believe Prime Minister-elect Chris Luxon should've been at the APEC Summit in San Francisco. Days of meetings involving ministers and world leaders were...
Jason Walls: Will Luxon stick to his guns on the foreign buyers tax?
Government forming talks will continue this week, as Chris Luxon's been unable to reach a consensus on a number of key issues this weekend. The incoming Prime Minister...
Politics Central: Who will get the leading ministerial positions when coalition talks are done?
This week on Politics Central, Jason Walls recapped the ongoing coalition negotiations and shared his predictions for who will be assigned those top ministerial...
The Parent Squad with Sara Chatwin: What's the best course of action to fix declining school attendance data?
School attendance is down again, with more than half of students not attending regularly in term 2 of 2023- but who is at fault here, and what can be done to fix...
Bryce Langston: Could tiny homes solve the housing crisis?
Bryce Langston, author and founder of YouTube channel Living Big In A Tiny House joins the Weekend Collective to discuss whether tiny homes are the best solution...
The Panel with Mark Crysell and Shane Te Pou: The Pūteketeke, wearing shorts to work, and $198m lost to scams
Mark Crysell and Shane Te Pou joined Tim Beveridge on the Panel to wrap this week’s news. They discussed the Pūteketeke being crowned New Zealand’s Bird of the...
Martin Hawes: How to make sure your business doesn't fail
One in four New Zealand businesses fail, so how do you make sure you’re not one of them - Martin Hawes discusses the destigmatisation of failure and bankruptcy,...
Niki Bezzant: How to separate facts from marketing nonsense on women's health
The week on The Health Hub, writer Niki Bezzant discusses how to access quality information and separate facts from marketing nonsense as capitalism's plans for...
International experts criticise Israel's response as civilian causalities climb
An international law professor is weighing in on claims Hamas is using schools and hospitals to fire against Israel. Sydney University's professor Ben Saul says...
Extended coalition talks nothing significant, claims electoral law expert
It's been 28 days from the 2023 election and one week since the final results were counted- and coalition talks are carrying on. Chris Luxon and National will need...
Politics Central: Does the electoral system need overhauling?
It's been almost a month since the 2023 general election, and because of the special votes, and errors made by the Electoral Commission we still don't have our new...