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The Ten Tenths Podcast is hosted by Adam Nielsen and Robbie Vierhout. This podcast is intended to be a public forum where these petrolheads with vastly differing automotive preference discuss their racing experiences, shame each other for poor automotive choices and generally have fun while talking about cars.
 
Regardless of how old we were when cars first became a part of our lives, we all know and understand the significant impact that they have made on our lives. From friends to fans, and joy to pain, these masterful pieces of engineering have touched each of us in a unique way, and Drivers Only is here to share each great story.
 
An informed, humorous and irreverent look at motoring and transport from Australia and overseas. Featuring motoring & transport news, road tests, feature interviews & quirky stories. Overdrive is not just for 'rev heads' but covers subjects in a manner that reflects on our everyday transport experiences as well as our dreams and aspirations for more exotic transport. Presented by motoring broadcaster David Brown with regular contributors Errol Smith, David Campbell, Brian Smith and Paul Murr ...
 
Ever feel like your car podcasts just don't talk to you? Ever get tired of seeing the same cars at car shows, and hearing about the same supercar reviews? The Let's Just Drive Podcast was created to shine some light on the wierd, unloved, often overlooked niches of the car world. Every week Garrett is joined by guests to discuss the love of everything automotive in a more down-to-earth setting.There won't be a lot of up-to-date news or driving impressions of Ferraris, but there will be plent ...
 
We thought a podcast would be the perfect vehicle for taking viewers behind-the-scenes of MotorWeek. We produce 52 episodes of MotorWeek a year, but we don't always have time to tell you everything. The podcast is a unique opportunity for viewers to hear our personal impressions of the vehicles we road test, discover the stories behind the stories MotorWeek is covering and learn more about where the auto industry is headed as it focuses squarely on fuel economy.
 
Iowa television news anchor Jodi Huisentruit has been missing since June 27, 1995. The Long Prairie, Minnesota native is believed to have been abducted from the parking lot of her Mason City apartment complex between 4:00-4:30 on that early summer morning. She never showed up for work and has been missing ever since that day 25 years ago. FindJodi.com, Inc. was developed in 2003 when former Television News Director Gary Peterson and News Anchor Josh Benson worked together near Mason City. Th ...
 
Formed in 2015, Team Hugh Jass got their start competing in online endurance events through the iRacing simulation platform. Since then they have expanded rapidly, competing in multiple events, launching a broadcast channel, running the ChampCar Sim Series, and racing their own Miata in endurance races around the USA. Hugh Jass Paddock Pass is the latest venture, a biweekly podcast where members of the team get together to discuss the latest news in global motorsport, updates from their own ...
 
Hosted by Cameron VanDerHorst (Cam) and Bradley Brownell (Tub) the C&T podcast is a weekly automotive discussion between friends. Occasionally a guest will drop in and say hello.Cameron is an avid car collector with tastes ranging from a Nissan Stanza (Tony Stanza) and SN95 Mustang Cobra to a mid-80s Porsche 911 and a Mazda 2. Cam works for a German parts distributor in Ohio, and is making a go of freelance auto writing.Bradley is a Porsche fanatic of the first degree, a wanna-be automotive ...
 
All things Racecar! Build Tune Race is a podcast dedicated to bringing content to the performance automotive industry! The podcast includes interviewing leaders in the performance automotive industry to talking about products, and racing events! Build Tune Race is your go to podcast for Building Tuning and Racing cars! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/buildtunerace/support
 
RawAutos.com is an automotive website that was created in 2007 so that one man could say whatever the hell he wanted about cars. Josh Lewis, the founder and publisher of RawAutos.com, is now, finally, creating a podcast where he and anyone else can say whatever the hell they want about cars, the industry, current politics related to the industry, and of course the future of the automobile and the technology surrounding it.
 
Cruise Control is a automotive show that takes viewers on an inside tour of the car industry with vehicle reviews and interviews with auto industry designers, engineers and executives. Cruise Control is a show for the car enthusiast that enjoys racing and restoring all kind of vehicles.Check out our site at www.cruisecontrolradio.com
 
America’s Premier Mobility News & Technology Talk Show! Where mobility and technology meet the open road. This weekly podcast doesn't always "color between the lines" as Ken Chester and Chase Siebert discuss and debate the various aspects of mobility and related technology. From your current daily driver to EVs, autonomous vehicles, micromobility, heavy trucks and space travel, its subject to be covered. Related issues such as privacy and security are also discussed.
 
MotoMan talks with the key people shaping the car & tech worlds to tell the stories of their path from normal car folks like you and I to becoming the leaders they are today.Part biography, part futuring and part storytelling, MotoMan talks to the CEOs, famous race car drivers and designers/engineers/builders at the intersection of cars and technology. Along the way, they share insight on where we are going, trends as well as providing personal inspiration.
 
Nigel Broomhall, CEO of ChargeSmart, a leading electric vehicle charging infrastructure business in New Zealand shares with you what's going on around the world in the electric vehicle space. Discover what forms of transport are making the shift to electric drives, from cars to trucks, motorbikes to planes, everything with an internal combustion engine today is about to be transformed. Get insights into new models coming into the market, the best choices for you and your business, and what y ...
 
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Social media challenges may be becoming the new public boogeyman, but one social media influencer says the platforms are not to blame. There have been a couple of stories in the past week where social media has been alleged to have played a role An incidence of arson in a supermarket and hundreds of Mazda thefts have both been linked to snapchat an…
 
05-04-21 Tech Talk ~ Recorded Live from KOWS FM 92.5 ~ Whether it was the abundant technology that surrounded Tech Talk host Rick DeMeis in the 2021 Mazda CX-30 Premium Plus subcompact crossover or that his spouse enjoyed the quiet comfort she experienced in the vehicle as he drove, there were plenty of good things to be said about the small, all-w…
 
Hello and welcome to Overdrive a program that looks at a range of different ways we get around, from cars, buses, trains and planes. The times each story appears in the program are noted (mm:ss) I’m David Brown News 1. Mazda MX 5 (1:28) 2. MG – HS (2:25) 3. Nissan LEAF e+ add more performance to a successful electric vehicle (3:27) 4. Hispano Suiza…
 
On this edition of Cruise Control with Fred Staab and Les Jackson Mercedes reveals its Electric flagship the EQS Mazda takes the wraps off its first Battery Electric the MX30. Chip woes: the chip supply problem persist cutting into production at Honda GM and Nissan, Volkswagen brings back the RTX What!!! Mustang maintains its sporty car sales lead …
 
A helping hand for teachers trying to tackle racism in the classroom. The Teaching Council's launched an 'Unteach Racism' campaign with resources available on a website and app. It aims to inform teachers about racism, offer advice on how to confront the issue and eventually - dismantling it. Chief Executive Lesley Hoskin told Heather du Plessis-Al…
 
Inflation worries have rattled US markets, but should we be concerned? The major stock indexes are on track for their worst week in more than six months. US inflation for April rose by 0.8 percent, taking the annual increase of prices to 4.2 percent, which is much higher than analysts were expecting. The concerns have hit the NZ dollar as well, whi…
 
China's weak population growth is falling closer to zero as fewer couples have children, government data showed, adding to strains on an aging society with a shrinking workforce. The population rose by 72 million people over the past 10 years to 1.411 billion in 2020, the National Bureau of Statistics announced after a once-a-decade census. It said…
 
A 9-year-old boy has died in northern England after being hit by lightning. Emergency services responded to reports of a seriously injured child at a soccer field in Blackpool on Tuesday afternoon. The boy, who has not been named by authorities, was taken to a hospital but died in the evening. Lancashire Police said enquiries were ongoing but offic…
 
The Teaching Council is urging teachers to confront racism with a campaign it says some might find scary. It launched the Unteach Racism programme today with a video featuring film-maker Taika Waititi talking to an image of his school-age self about the racism he would encounter at school and in society. "Forget about being accused of being a glue-…
 
A former producer on The Ellen Show has sensationally slammed the scandal-plagued talk show queen, just hours after she announced she would be quitting her show after 19 seasons. Ellen DeGeneres today confirmed she is ending her long-running talk show after a brutal year of toxic workplace and bullying claims. And in an explosive interview with Aus…
 
New Zealand's housing crisis continues to stagnate efforts to slash child poverty, the latest data shows. The Government today released two child wellbeing reports, holding it to account on measures introduced in 2018 to reduce child poverty. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, who is Minister for Child Poverty Reduction, said the reports highlighted mo…
 
KEY POINTS: Government to directly contract motels for emergency accommodation Wrap around social support services for those in emergency accommodation to be provided Grouping of cohorts like families and tamariki in particular motels separate from other groups One-stop Housing Hub for access to services and support to be established The Government…
 
Australia has reached a supply agreement for 25 million doses of Moderna COVID-19 vaccines in a deal that the government hopes will ensure all Australian adults have access to inoculation this year. The deal included 10 million doses of the vaccine against the ancestral strain to be delivered in 2021 and 15 million doses of an updated variant boost…
 
A ban on alcohol sponsorship is unlikely going to affect the finances of small town sports club. Green MP Chloe Swarbrick has drafted a members bill to end all alcohol sponsorship and advertising. Many provincial and grassroots sports club in New Zealand get sponsorship from alcohol companies - but Tim Chambers from the Department of Public Health …
 
Huge amount of respect for Helen Clark and the work she’s done on the report into the WHO’s handling of Covid, but I’m not sure it’s told us much we didn’t already know. The WHO stuffed this up. This was the modern day test of the outfit, a real life global pandemic, and it completely blew it and completely undermined trust. Helen Clark’s report in…
 
WorkSafe is looking into "concerns about staff wellbeing" at Waikato prestigious private St Peter's school. It comes amid the absence of husband and wife executive principal Dale Burden and deputy principal Yevette Williams from the Cambridge school. "WorkSafe has been notified of concerns about staff wellbeing at St Peter's School and is making in…
 
The question of racism's been thrown into the spotlight at Parliament. Māori Party co-leader Rawiri Waititi's been kicked out today - after interrupting others to claim racist rhetoric and propaganda in the Debating Chamber. Fellow co-leader Debbie Ngarewa-Packer says National leader Judith Collins started this - but it's up to the House to rein in…
 
Thousands of taxpayer-funded school lunches are not being eaten by students - but it depends on the school It's estimated 1500 lunches a day go un-eaten in Hamilton schools alone. ACT Party leader David Seymour says the government needs to keep track of how many lunches are going uneaten, and why. However, Papatoetoe High School Principal Vaughan C…
 
Land Rover's new Defender might not look like a hardy steel-clad off-roader that it once was, but the British SUV is probably the most capable 4WD you can buy in modern times. The flashy body panels and shiny wheels give the impression that this Defender is more suited for the supermarket carpark, than scaling a mountain, so if you wish to change t…
 
A wage freeze in the public sector may push nurses to vote in favour of industrial action. The Government's calling it a pay restraint, which will now be reviewed six months earlier than forecast. Public hospital nurses are already in pay talks and voting on whether to strike, with results expected on Friday. Nurses Organisation industrial services…
 
More than 1,000 gas stations in the Southeast reported running out of fuel, primarily because of what analysts say is unwarranted panic-buying among drivers, as the shutdown of a major pipeline by a gang of hackers entered its fifth day Tuesday. Government officials acted swiftly to waive safety and environmental rules to speed the delivery of fuel…
 
The price of goods could ease with merchant fees reduced. Banks charge businesses merchant fees for the use of credit and debit card facilities. Interchange fee will now be capped at 0.8 per cent for credit card transactions -- in line with Australia. Online debit card transactions will be capped at 0.6 percent. Greg Harford from Retail NZ says Pay…
 
A documentary that aired on Prime recently has shined a light on one difficulty apartment buyers face. Many buyers would want to know if their potential new home is leaky, earthquake-prone or the subject of court proceedings. However, the Real Estate Institute says that under current law, it's surprisingly difficult for buyers to get access to thes…
 
Record investment is tipped to be in Australia's Federal Budget, that's released tonight. It's expected to pump billions of dollars into the economy, as the Government focusses on recovering from the pandemic. Aged care, childcare, infrastructure and job creation are some areas seeing a cash injection. HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham told Andrew …
 
Fonterra directors are proposing an easier entry for farmers to the big dairy cooperative and either axing or capping through a buy-back the listed Fonterra Shareholders' Fund to protect farmer ownership and control. This is the preference of the board of New Zealand's biggest company after a major review of its capital structure. And in what direc…
 
The Government will make it illegal for "high-risk people" including gang members and serious criminals to own firearms. A new bill to be introduced will involve Firearms Prohibition Orders (FPOs) to combat the "influence of gangs and organised crime to help keep New Zealanders and their families safe", Police Minister Poto Williams said today. Alo…
 
Countdown is concerned about assaults in stores. A 42-year-old man's been charged with four counts of attempted murder in a Dunedin Countdown. Four people have had surgery today for stab wounds, and the man's been remanded in custody until his next appearance in June. Countdown employee Michelle McKenzie has echoed the chain's concerns. She told An…
 
Amid growing pressure on the Hollywood Foreign Press Association from studios, stars and large swaths of the film industry, NBC said Monday that will not air the Golden Globes in 2022, putting in doubt the viability of one of Hollywood's oldest and most-watched award shows. Criticism of the HFPA, which puts on the Globes and has been denounced for …
 
After the indignity of being labelled a "zombie town" Whanganui is now experiencing a growth spurt that has seen it fall victim to that most metropolitan of scourges, traffic congestion. And one pinch-point raises the hackles more than most, the more than 100-year-old Dublin Street Bridge. Opened to trams, vehicles and pedestrians in 1914 the histo…
 
The Government will make it illegal for "high-risk people" including gang members and serious criminals to own firearms. A new bill to be introduced will involve Firearms Prohibition Orders (FPOs) to combat the "influence of gangs and organised crime to help keep New Zealanders and their families safe", Police Minister Poto Williams said today. It …
 
So, the latest step has been taken in the decades long battle against the gangs, organised crime and hardened criminals. The government has introduced a thing called Firearm Prohibition Orders. It bans high-risk convicted Kiwis from owning firearms and enabling the seizure of assets obtained through crime. It’s very similar to the idea floated a fe…
 
A number of South Australian medi-hotel workers have been put into isolation after a Victorian man tested positive to COVID-19 a week after arriving home. The man, in his 30s, recently returned to Australia from overseas and undertook hotel quarantine in the Playford Hotel in Adelaide’s CBD. He arrived in Victoria and returned to his home in Woller…
 
Strike action is on the table - if the public servants' union can't come to an agreement with Government over pay. The union's meeting with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern tomorrow to discuss the public sector wage freeze. Finance Minister Grant Robertson is rebutting claims it's a freeze, saying teachers, nurses and police officers will continue to …
 
Health officials are still racing to work out how a Sydney man caught Covid-19 amid concerns there are chains of transmission that continue to go "unrecognised" in the city. "(The local case's) contact with the infectious person must have been very fleeting," chief health officer Dr Kerry Chant told reporters on Monday. "We are concerned there are …
 
The National Party's calling for more transparency from the government, questioning why the Department of Conservation is recommending transferring DOC land to iwi. In a discussion document from a recent hui, DOC recommends overhauling conservation legislation to be more in line with the Treaty of Waitangi. This would entail delegating and transfer…
 
Where is Steve Chadwick? Given what’s going in Rotorua with the emergency housing shemozzle, wouldn’t you expect the mayor to be kicking up merry hell and demanding it stop. The latest news about this is gobsmacking.. Apparently motels are being forced to take MSD clients – as we call them nowadays – because these people are booking rooms without t…
 
Otago University has proposed to fine students who have let rubbish outside their flats get out of control. It would be a daily fine, with the university saying the rubbish impacts the safety and wellbeing of students. Michaela Waite-Harvey, President of the Otago University Students' Association, spoke with Heather du Plessis- Allan. “It’s really …
 
Freeing up spaces for Recognised Seasonal Workers in managed isolation will help bring numbers up to pre-Covid levels. Three-hundred seasonal workers will be able to arrive each month, starting in June. Spaces will also be given to shearers and rural mobile plant machinery operators. Agriculture Minister Damien O'Connor says it'll bring certainty t…
 
Closed borders have meant one New Zealand business has brought their operations back home, and is now supporting one of our hardest-hit areas. Melissa Carrol runs Wellness Retreats; they used to fly groups to Niue, now they fly them to Franz Josef. And with a rise in burnout cases, business is booming. Melissa spoke with Heather du Plessis-Allan, t…
 
The leader of Britain's main opposition Labour Party shook up his top team after disappointing election results, moving his party chairwoman, economy spokeswoman and chief whip in an attempt to exert control over a fractious membership. But the moves by Labour leader Keir Starmer spurred new recriminations in a party that has not been able to make …
 
New Zealand's still getting comfortable with the chaotic dance being played with Australian states over Covid-19. There are no new community cases in Sydney today -- after two people tested positive for the virus earlier this week. New South Wales' state premier says our Government's decision to pause the trans-Tasman bubble until midnight Saturday…
 
The government has announced a momentous overhaul of our employment law, saying it's going to introduce fair pay agreements. The agreements would set the terms of employment and conditions of work for all workers in a specific sector or occupation. This means if one workplace agrees to pay cleaners, for example the living wage, all cleaners have a …
 
After more than 150 years, the Hawkes Bay Club is allowing women to become members. Women will still need to be invited and selected the same way men are. President Marc Nel told Heather Du Plessis-Allan there's overwhelming support for the move. “There will be some time that's required to make some further changes, obviously, to opinions and what …
 
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