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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Tom Hartmann: Is health insurance becoming more and more important?
This week on Smart Money we were joined by Tom Hartmann from sorted.org.nz. We dive into the issue of health insurance. With the DHB's totally booked up and constant...
Claire Turnbull: Should kids be put on Weight Watchers new diet?
This week on the Health Hub we were joined by nutritionist Claire Turnbull. We dive into the controversial new app released by Weight Watchers called 'Kurbo' which...
Oscar Kightley teaming up with Auckland Council to get people to vote
We're being urged not to be passive bystanders in the upcoming local body elections. The vote takes place via postal ballot from the 20th of September until the...
China hits back as US lawmakers show support for Hong Kong protests
A spokesman for China's ceremonial legislature condemned statements from U.S. lawmakers supportive of Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement, as more protests were planned...
Government announces $54 million to help keep people off the streets
The Government is putting $54 million into support schemes aimed at preventing people from becoming homeless. Associate Housing Minister Kris Faafoi and Social...
Dr Anna Martin: Does drinking and breast feeding mix?
Bestselling Children's Author, practitioner, and speaker Dr Anna Martin joins The Parenting Squad on The Weekend Collective to share her advice. LISTEN TO THE AUDIO...
Alistair Helm: What you should be watching out for when buying property
An Auckland student has claimed that poor financial advice from her mother has left her $60,000 out of pocket. 24-year-old Bridie Campbell used the inheritance...
The Panel: All Blacks out to make amends in anticipated Bledisloe II clash
Former Wallaby and outspoken media commentator Peter FitzSimons has stoked the fires of trans-Tasman rivalry on the eve of Bledisloe II, firing a number of shots...
Martin Hawes: Do prenups kill relationships?
This week on Smart Money we were joined by Financial Advisor Martin Hawes. We dive into the discussion around prenups. Do they strengthen or ruin relationships? LISTEN...
Dr Frances Pitsilis: The placebo effect can actually work
This week on the Health Hub we were joined by Dr Frances Pitsilis. We discuss the idea of the Placebo effect and is it actually something we should be embracing...
Shane Te Pou: Julie Anne Genter letter saga 'stinks to high heaven'
"It stinks to high heaven". A political commentator has spoken out over Green MP Julie Anne Genter's continued refusal to release a letter on Wellington's transport...
Bryce Edwards: New Zealand First unlikely to get abortion referendum
New Zealand First is being given little to no chance of getting its abortion referendum. The party this week blindsided their coalition partners by revealing they...
'0800 JACINDA': John Tamihere wants to create hotline for rough sleepers
John Tamihere says as Auckland's mayor he would create an 0800 JACINDA hotline to call if residents see rough sleepers or beggars. Anyone who called the number...
Dr Natalie Flynn: Talking to your kids about death and religion
What effect does your approach to religion and certain topics have on kids later in life? With many children hanging on to what every word their parents say, do...
Do council consent laws to build need an overhaul?
Building a new house is a stressful process, with the battle of getting consent to build from your local consent often causing long delays and added expense. A...
The Panel: World Rugby to trial new tackling laws ahead of 2023 World Cup
World Rugby has taken another step in trying to make the game safer for players, with new tackling laws among those set to be trialled around the world in the coming...
Carissa Fairbrother: What you shouldn't cheap out on!
This week on Smart Money we were joined by financial advisor Carissa Fairbrother. We discuss the products you shouldn't be cheaping out on? Are we putting the...
Rachel Grunwell: How being clean affects your mental health
This week on Health Hub we were joined by award-winning writer and health guru Rachel Grunwell. We discuss the effect of de-cluttering and keeping your environments...
James Shaw tells supporters: 'You're not always going to get what you want'
Green co-leader James Shaw has told supporters that they can't always get what they want as the party comes under fire from some supporters. High ranking Green...
Authorities investigating El Paso Walmart shooting as a hate crime
A young gunman opened fire in an El Paso, Texas, shopping area packed with as many as 3,000 people during the busy back-to-school season Saturday, leaving 20 dead...
Yvonne Godfrey: Is gaming a legitimate career option for kids?
For a few days at least, Kyle Giersdorf isn't going to be hassled for spending so much time playing video games. The 16-year-old known as "Bugha" to gamers, came...
Is the coalition government ruining the rental sector?
Rising demand for rental properties across the country is making it tough for tenants and stock is struggling to keep up, according to the latest Trade Me Rental...
The Panel: Student stood down for long hair hires lawyer
An Auckland Grammar student is taking his school to court after he was punished for not cutting his hair. James Hunt, who is in Year 9, was stood down for a day...
Chris Di Leva: We need to rethink our retirement plans
This week on Smart Money we were joined by Multi-Asset Specialist Chris Di Leva. We discuss the issue of retirement funds. Are we relying to much on KiwiSaver and...
Dave Letele: How I lost 110kg and kept it off
Dave Letele may be best known to sports fans as the 'Brown Buttabean', but he's got a new focus in life now. As a professional boxer, Letele won 16 of his 20 fights,...