Wellington Mornings with Nick Mills

Wellington Mornings with Nick Mills

Wellingtonians now have the chance to discuss the issues of the day one-on-one with proud local Nick Mills and have a forum to share their ideas, passions and outrages on a daily basis. You don't find many people more passionate about the capital than Nick, and he comes to Wellington Mornings after decades of success as the man behind some of the city's leading hospitality and entertainment offerings - Spruce Goose, Hummingbird and the Wellington Saints basketball team just to name a few. Nick's proud of his city but also knows much can be improved on to make Wellington an even better place, and brings an honest, edgy, fun and engaging show to Wellingtonians each weekday from 9 'til midday.

Episodes

May 20, 2022 10 min
Coastguard Wellington has been gifted a new response vessel through a partnership between Team Emirates New Zealand and Lotto NZ.
Nick Mills met with Coastgaurd Wellington as the vessel was delivered.
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This week on Sports Adam Cooper discusses a tough season for the Phoenix and an upcoming home game for the Hurricanes.
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Director of Franks Ogilvie Brigitte Morten and Managing Partner of Iron Duke Partners Phil O'Reilly join Nick Mills for Friday Faceoff.
Throughout the hour they discuss the Government's new budget, local council, a lack of pride within Wellington and Hutt Hospital's main building being deemed earthquake-prone.
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Singer and founder of The BeatGirls Andrea Sanders is bringing her new show 'Cringeworthy the 80s' to Wellington this weekend.
She joins Nick Mills for a preview.
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The Cancer Society is wanting to raise awareness around the link between alcohol consumption and seven types of cancer.
Cancer Society co-medical director Dr George Laking chats with Nick Mills.
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Newstalk ZB political reporter Aaron Dahmen joins Nick Mills ahead of the 2022 Budget Day announcement.
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Georgina Campbell joins Nick Mills for the Capital Letter.
This week she discusses Hutt Hospital's maternity upgrade being paused, Wellington Airport reporting a profit and a recent victory for Victoria University students.
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The main building at Hutt Hospital, the Heretaunga Block, has been deemed earthquake-prone.
Hutt Valley and Capital & Coast District Health Boards chief executive Fionnagh Dougan said they have some years to bring the building back to acceptable levels but the work would disrupt patient care.
Anything less than 34 per cent of the New Building Standard is considered earthquake-prone. The DHB would not disclose the building's r...
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The main building at Hutt Hospital, the Heretaunga Block, has been deemed earthquake-prone.
Hutt Valley and Capital & Coast District Health Boards chief executive Fionnagh Dougan said they have some years to bring the building back to acceptable levels but the work would disrupt patient care.
Anything less than 34 per cent of the New Building Standard is considered earthquake-prone. The DHB would not disclose the building's r...
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This week on Money Talks Marcus Hull discusses the cryptocurrency market crashing, drawing up a prenuptial agreement and what falling house prices means for those looking to take out a mortgage.
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Over a third of cars on the road will be electric or hybrid - and high-emitting vehicles will be banned - under a significant plan unveiled by the Government.
The $4.5 billion in funding announced on Monday will help reduce global warming and avoid the catastrophic impacts of climate change.
Editor of car buying guide Dog and Lemon Clive Matthew-Wilson shares his thoughts with Nick Mills.
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New Zealand Herald's new Wellington Business Editor Jenée Tibshraeny joins Nick Mills for Tuesday Business.
This week she discusses effects to come of rising interest rates, the Government's new Emissions Reduction Plan and Budget Day.
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New Zealand On Air has been labelled out of touch and wasteful for awarding $200,000 of taxpayer money on a documentary about Green MP Chlöe Swarbrick.
ACT Party Leader David Seymour says Swarbrick should reject any role in the publicly-funded documentary.
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Labour's Kieran McAnulty and National's Nicola Willis join Nick Mills for Politics Monday.
This week they discuss the Government's Emissions Reduction Plan, the cost-of-living crisis, budget day, recent polls and the Australian election.
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Jason Pine and Adam Cooper discuss the playoffs for the Phoenix, unrest within Basketball and what's ahead for the Warriors. 
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The Honourable Peter Dunne and Wellington City Councillor Diane Calvert joins Nick Mills for Friday Faceoff.
This week they discuss the Road to Zero campaign, workplace bullying and whether gangs could ever be made illegal. 
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On Beehive Buzz this week Newstalk ZB political reporter Aaron Dahmen discusses the Government's new immigration policies and a feud between opposing MPs.
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This week on Music Time James Irwin showcases three terrific local musicians and bands.
From Kiwis smashing it offshore to locals writing cracking tunes - we celebrate all things terrific about NZ music month of May.
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New Zealand Herald's Wellington Issues reporter Georgina Campbell discusses her weekly Capital Letter column, cosmetics giant Sephora coming to Wellington and the Cobham Drive pedestrian crossing getting underway.
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This week on Hot Property Matt Ryan discusses the pressures first-home buyers are facing, Kiwibank increasing its home loan stress test rate and what the future looks like for Wellington's market.
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