The Weekend Collective on Newstalk ZB is an intelligent and fun take on the life you live and what you love. Join Tim Roxborogh, Tim Beveridge and a range of special expert guests talking about the week's big issues from politics to parenting, finance, wellness and property.
Kathryn Berkett: Choosing between single sex or co-ed schools
Child Physiologist and Neuroscience expert Kathryn Berkett joined The Parent Squad on The Weekend Collective to share her advice on all things parenting.
Pete Wolfkamp: Buying homes of the plan - smart idea or something to avoid?
Newstalk ZB “Resident Builder” Peter Wolfkamp joins The OneRoof Radio Show to share his advice on all things property.
The Panel: Prince Philip dies aged 99
Two months shy of his 100th birthday, Prince Philip has died.
He died on Friday morning in Windsor Castle, where his body will rest until a royal ceremonial funeral at St George's Chapel on the Windsor grounds.
The Duke of Edinburgh had recently spent about a month in a London Hospital, where he was treated for a heart condition.
Radio host Matt Heath joined The Weekend Collective to discuss this, along with the other big issues making news this week.
Brad Olsen: The effects of a minimum wage increase
The minimum wage and benefit levels get a boost today, as part of a package of changes coming into effect from April 1.
Those on the minimum wage get a pay bump to $20 an hour - an increase many employers say is too much and badly timed.
Economist Brad Olsen joins The Weekend Collective to explain what the increase will mean for businesses and employees.
Stacey Tremain: When pets become an unhealthy obsession
Veterinarian Stacey Tremain joined The Weekend Collective to share his advice for those who own pets.
Michael Baker on the likelihood of quarantine-free travel to Australia being announced
Hopes we'll know this week exactly when to get our passports ready for quarantine-free travel to Australia.
An update on the possibility of a trans-Tasman bubble will be given on Tuesday.
Epidemiologist Michael Baker told The Weekend Collective he is expecting a solid timetable to be announced.
But, he says travellers must proceed with caution.
"People travelling across the Tasman will have to go in with their eyes open, realising that if an outbreak were to occur, they would have to stay put."