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In this podcast, we will check in regularly with Captain Paul Watson to speak about recent news and events regarding the oceans and their ecosystems. We will also feature interviews with other members of the Neptune's Pirates, especially once campaigns are in full swing. Periodically, we will post educational episodes highlighting the importance of marine organisms and what you can do to help the oceans. For the latest news and updates, please subscribe to this podcast (Apple Podcast, Spotif ...
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SystemShift explores how we can create a sustainable, thriving economy that respects the Earth’s capacity to support humankind while putting people and nature at the centre, and provides alternatives to the current failing economic and financial systems that are driving the exploitation of people and planet. Economists, researchers and innovators from around the world offer their solutions for a sustainable, thriving economy that is equitable and serves the interests of all, not just the wea ...
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Featuring candid, meaningful discussions that get beneath the surface of issues, this podcast aims to inspire, inform and deliver practical insights on the challenges affecting charity and nonprofit leaders today. For the benefit of leaders across the sector and for people who care about the important work of charities. Tackling a different theme each episode, Dhivya O’Connor, a charity CEO herself, invites top CEOs to share their unique insights, expert knowledge, and lessons learned runnin ...
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Feel uncertain where to begin with renewable energy, start now. Enabling understanding that renewable energy can be used in towns and cities, and the carbon footprint can be dramatically reduced starting now. During these bad times look to a future of urban landscape with a reduced carbon footprint. We can use the urban land for renewable energy generation, and improve the country side. We need to let the realization come that we are part of the Earth and need to look after it, and not be a ...
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Sailing uncharted waters, we bring you the last voices of Gaia. Through this portal we will be exploring the evolving consciousness of humanity, we will have discussions with visionaries, ecologists, travellers, indigenous people, shamans, healers, artists, writers & creative individuals from all walks of life around the world. SBK radio is dedicated to uncovering suppressed science & knowledge to empower humanity. We bring you people who want to share valuable insights to navigating through ...
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Journey to Transformation

Teia Rogers & Lauren Burrows

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Teia and Lauren have worked in the humanitarian, development, and peacebuilding fields for...long enough. Now they’re travelling around in a campervan, on a journey to understand what organisational transformation does, and could, look like. Join them each week as they discuss their non-profit experience and invite guests from across different sectors to pull back the curtain on how organisations function (or not) and understand what can be done on an organisational and individual level to a ...
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Bad Activist Podcast

Bad Activist Collective

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Bad Activist Collective is a space dedicated to connecting activists, justice seekers and change makers from all around the globe to combat systems of oppression and fight for a better future for people & the planet. We are committed to exploring the trials and tribulations of trying to be a perfect activist in an utterly imperfect world. We explore topics of climate justice, environmentalism, racial justice, youth activism, disability justice, queer feminist theory, mental health, land and ...
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Resource Minister Shane Jones has come under pressure from Labour and the Greens, over the Government's new plans for mining. Jones wants to bolster gold and coal mining across the country, and to have a renewed focus on value-add refining. Greenpeace NZ executive director Russell Norman told Heather du Plessis Allan “He’s getting rid of all enviro…
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On the Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive Full Show Podcast for Friday, 24 May 2024, Dunedin is reeling after a 16 year old was stabbed to death at a bus stop and a 13 year old charged with his murder. Mayor Jules Radich tells Heather security guards don't have enough powers to intervene. Where'd the $51 million go? Wellington Water's CEO Tonya Haskell…
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UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s law to ban smoking for future generations could be dropped, after it was not fast-tracked in the lead up to the general election. The UK Labour Party has promised to bring in the ban if it wins the election in July. UK Correspondent Gavin Grey told Heather du Plessis Allan “Both sides of the house are debating what t…
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China is encircling Taiwan in a series of military drills - just days after Taiwan’s president was elected. The Chinese military says the onslaught of planes, war ships and coast guard vessels is punishment for what it's calling "separatist actions". Asia Business Correspondent Peter Lewis told Heather du Plessis Allan “This is a step up from what …
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Senior Political Correspondent Barry Soper wraps the political week. National’s New Plymouth MP David MacLeod has been stood down from his select committee roles after failing to declare 19 candidate donations. MacLeod received $168,335 in donations in 2022 when he first became the National Party candidate. Barry Soper told Heather du Plessis Allan…
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Former All Blacks captains Richie McCaw and Ian Kirkpatrick have urged New Zealand Rugby to change their governance structure. Meanwhile, nearly 1.59 million New Zealanders have watched NRL matches on Sky Sport and free to air on Sky Open, a lift of 14 per cent from last season. Sports Journalist Lavina Good told Heather du Plessis Allan “The Warri…
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Richie McCaw is urging New Zealand Rugby to change the way they’re governed based on an independent review - emphasising long-term benefits over short-term interests. McCaw has warned that New Zealand rugby may lose the unity that has historically strengthened the sport from grassroots, to the professional level. Former All Blacks Captain Ian Kirkp…
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Another Defence Force evacuation flight from Noumea has landed in Auckland today - with 49 passengers. It's our third group to return - and it's understood 160 New Zealanders are still in the French Territory. Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters told Heather du Plessis Allan “We think we might have it resolved by the end of the week.” Peters sa…
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A 13-year-old's been charged with murder over the death of another teen in Dunedin yesterday. Police say they've been aware for some time of anti-social behaviour at the city's Great King Street bus hub - and they arrived at the scene within one minute of the 16-year-old being stabbed. Dunedin Mayor Jules Radich told Heather du Plessis Allan “We in…
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Auckland Council is removing almost a third of rubbish bins around the region to save $9.5 million over the next eight financial years. Meanwhile, the council spent almost $147,000 dollars on a sculpture at the Pakuranga Rotary Walkway in November last year, two months before removing a bin. Auckland Council chair of revenue expenditure Maurice Wil…
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The Foreign Affairs Ministry's budget appears to have increased under Winston Peters - despite its savings announcement today. Peters has revealed MFAT is cutting 60-million-dollars over four years. That's less than one percent, well below the Government's 6.5 percent savings target for most ministries. Senior Political Correspondent Barry Soper to…
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A top competition lawyer says the anti-trust lawsuit against music promoter Live Nation, is long overdue. The US Department of Justice is suing the Ticketmaster parent company - alleging it's holding a monopoly - as it's putting on the concerts, selling the tickets and owning the venues. US Correspondent Dan Mitchinson told Heather du Plessis Allan…
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Warriors’ prop Addin Fonua-Blake has been stood down for breaching team standards. Fonua-Blake left the dressing room before the team address and song – and as a result will miss Sunday’s game against the Dolphins. Weekend Sport Host Jason Pine told Heather du Plessis Allan “In terms of breaching protocol, it’s very low-end. In fact, I can’t think …
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Wellington Water has made a $51 million dollar mistake, and is asking councils for a funding top-up. Wellington Water board members fronted up at a committee meeting this morning, saying there will be an independent investigation. Wellington Water CEO Tonya Haskell told Heather du Plessis Allan “In the process of coming up with those numbers, we mi…
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Man alive. There is a family in Dunedin doing it tough today. I mean, these guys sent their 16-year-old boy to school yesterday and he didn't come home. He was stabbed at a notoriously dangerous bus stop by a 13-year-old. What the hell, by the way, as a 13-year-old doing with a knife? Now, that stabbing at the bus stop will have sent chills through…
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Prime Rishi Sunak has recently announced the UK will have a general election on July 4. Sunak has promised to earn voters' trust and prove to them only a Conservative government led by him will not put economic stability at risk. UK correspondent Enda Brady explains the collective outlook following Sunak's announcement. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.…
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Copper prices have surged this year by 25 percent, according to new data. Copper has a broad level of demand, with plenty of industries relying on this commodity. Fisher Funds expert Sam Dickie explains how copper can be a barometer of the human economy. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Kiwifruit producer Zespri’s profit has dropped 27 per cent but growers have been paid record prices for their output. Zespri reported a net profit after tax of $173.3 million for the 2023-24 financial year - down from $238.7m the year prior. The Country's Jamie Mackay explains what this means for the sector. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener…
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One week ahead of this year's Budget day, the Finance Minister has warned Kiwis shouldn't expect too much. Minister Nicola Willis warned the Government faces a significant structural deficit of $6 billion a year - and changes will need to be made to fix that. NZ Herald business editor at large Liam Dann explains how this warning could potentially i…
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The Finance Minister turned up to readjust expectations ahead of this year's Budget. Addressing the Employers and Manufacturers Association in Auckland this afternoon, Nicola Willis has warned the Government faces a structural deficit. That's the fact Government spending has way exceeded tax revenue, and it's projected to continue without significa…
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There's concerns from epidemiologists as the threat of bird flu rears its head. Australia has recorded its first human case of the H5N1 strain, in a child returning to Victoria from India. Another case was later found in an egg farm within the region. Australian correspondent Murray Olds says both of these cases have been dealt with - but it's stil…
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Crusaders coach Rob Penney has found himself caught in a storm of backlash over a hot-mic comment. Penney was picked up using a derogatory term to describe a reporter after responding to questions about his performance and future with the side losing 10 out of 12 games this season. Sportstalk host D'Arcy Waldegrave unpacks the controversy further. …
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On the Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive Full Show Podcast for Thursday, 23 May 2024, the Government's unveiled its mining strategy and it sounds very much like "drill, baby, drill". Patrick Phelps from Minerals West Coast tells Heather about the opportunities that lie in the ground. Former defence advisor for French President Emmanuel Macron, General…
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Tonight on The Huddle, Auckland Councillor Richard Hills and TV3 broadcaster Paddy Gower joined in on a discussion about the following issues of the day - and more! More experts and advocates have voiced support for Minister Shane Jones' plan to boost mining efforts and remove red tape. Is this a good idea - or is it giving people false hope? Crusa…
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Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr has called out the nation's biggest banks over their profit margins and lack of competition The banks have since claimed their margins in New Zealand are bigger than they are overseas - thanks to certain capital requirements. KPMG partner John Kensington says Orr's comments were a little harsh - but more competition…
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