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David ‘Kochie’ Koch makes return to Brekky Central after retirement from Sunrise

After stepping away in June from a record-breaking 21 years on breakfast television, David ‘Kochie’ Koch returned to the Sunrise desk on Friday.

But it wasn’t the finance guru’s money advice that immediately attracted the most attention.

WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: Kochie visits Brekky Central to talk about health premiums.

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Since leaving the popular Channel 7 program, Kochie has returned to his professional roots — advising people about personal finance.

However, his reason for being back on our TV screens — to urge people to shop around for the best deal on health insurance — was initially overshadowed by his noticeably “rested” appearance.

Hosts Matt Shirvington and Monique Wight were quick to comment on the 67-year-old veteran host’s apparently ‘fresh’ look, after his having eschewed 21 years of 3am wake ups.

David ‘Kochie’ Koch stopped by Brekky Central on Friday. Credit: Seven

After they introduced Kochie, the former Sunrise anchor of two decades playfully pretended he was an inexperienced guest: “I am feeling nervous. Thanks for having me. I love the show,” he said.

When Shirvo and Mon then remarked on how “well rested” he looked, Kochie said he was very much enjoying the sleep-ins that were now possible because of his “normal” life.

“I’m feeling normal, it’s great,” he said.

“Everyone goes, ‘When did you stop waking up at 3am?’ and I say ‘from day one’.

“I’m loving it. It’s really good, gives us a lot more flexibility.”

Kochie said he was enjoying life, particularly his sleep-ins. Credit: Seven

Kochie then turned his attention to helping families navigate the soaring cost of health insurance.

He said premiums were set to rise between four and six per cent in the next year, urging customers to keep their eye on the best value for their family.

“The big thing is there are so many bargains out there. In 2023, the biggest increase from a health insurer was something like 4 per cent, the lowest was 0.05 per cent,” he said.

“You have to shop around, have to compare everything out there, don’t take it at face value.“

Kochie said insurers often did not reward loyalty, so shopping around was the safest bet to keep premiums low.

“We’ve changed private health insurer three times in the last five years,” he said.

He also urged consumers to read the fine print to ensure the biggest saving.

Gold level health cover, for example, includes pregnancy, which isn’t always necessary for those with an older family.

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