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The NZ Everyday Investor! A podcast designed for the the everyday person, who's keen to build new wealth in the new world using existing, and new tools to get the job done. We select guests for our show who have a genuine story to tell - not just industry experts but people who have made great financial moves, some on purpose and some totally by accident! We hope you enjoy the show.
 
The Destinate NZ Show is bringing New Zealand to the World and is NZ Tourism‘s hottest weekly podcast. Each week we interview business managers and owners responsible for delivering world class visitor experiences every day of the year. They‘ll share their views, stories and tips on what has helped them succeed. Hosted by Michelle Caldwell and Lisa Chambers who have more than 40years combined experience working in tourism, you‘ll find new episodes each Wednesday morning. (NZT) www.destinaten ...
 
Renew Church NZ podcast Renew Church NZ is a New Zealand based church founded in 1977 in Whangarei. Led by Senior Pastors Symon and Kristy Drake, Renew Church NZ aims to present the gospel in a contemporary manner to every generation. Renew Church NZ and Renew Music are joint in their aim of being a family of believers celebrating God’s goodness, demonstrating His love and equipping His people to change the world.
 
Think business is boring? This podcast proves it's anything but. Join Simon Pound as he talks to everyone from accidental entrepreneurs to industry leaders about their business journeys and what propelled them to where they are today. Made in partnership with Spark Lab. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
The Following On Podcast is the very best of talkSPORT's cricket output with original programming, features, big name guests and immediate reaction whenever the England cricket team plays. Every Tuesday, 'The Cricket Collective' brings you a world view of the game with Neil Manthorp and Ashes star Steve Harmison. Every single time England play, talkSPORT's Cricket Editor Jon Norman presents the show from the ground shortly after play has finished with a rotating cast of guests. And whenever ...
 
If you’ve ever thought you’ve done something really stupid, just listening to this podcast will improve your attitude! Message me your comments/questions or stupid story, or email at ShoutOut@InsaneErikLane.com. Real-time updates & story links on the TELEGRAM Channel at https://t.me/InsaneErikLane! (Theme song courtesy of Randy Stonehill; "It's A Great Big Stupid World". Copyright © 1992 Stonehillian Music/Word Music/Twitchin' Vibes Music/ASCAP) https://www.amazon.com/Great-Big-Stupid-World/ ...
 
Kia ora, you’ve joined the 'Ideas that Grow’ podcast - brought to you by Rural Leaders. In this series we’ll be drawing on the insights from innovative rural leaders, to help plant ideas that grow, so our regions can flourish. Ideas That Grow is presented in association with Farmer's Weekly. All guests are arranged by Rural Leaders, whose mission is to grow world class leaders through the Nuffield NZ Farming Scholarship and Kellogg Rural Leadership programme.
 
The Super Rugby Podcast is a podcast based around world rugby. Its two mates talking about the game we all love. Its a fun weekly podcast that you should listen too only if you like banter and do not take yourself or the game to seriously. Toby and I really hope you enjoy the show. Find us on the Sport Social website: https://podcast.sport-social.co.uk/podcast/super-rugby/
 
A podcast for Sharing our thoughts on the great game that is Rugby Union from Grassroots to International level. We talk about what's happening in the rugby world from competitions to player movement, review games highlighting key moments and players who stood out. We have features in our show such as selecting our Form 15 and creating fun jingles for players. Most importantly we have a good laugh along the way. Hosted by Scott Pointon and Felix Filipo - two NZ born kiwi lads who have known ...
 
The Public Transport Association Australia New Zealand (PTAANZ)’s podcast series, Women Who Move Nations, features interviews with female public transport executives from Australia, New Zealand and around the world. Hosted by Michelle Batsas, Chief Executive Officer of PTAANZ, each guest shares her insights on the big issues impacting mobility today and unmissable career advice and inspiration for professionals in any sector. The International Association of Public Transport Australia/New Ze ...
 
Hosted by Shane “Shano” Hunter (aka NZ BOSS); is a veteran of the Fitness Industry, and not only known in the world of bodybuilding through his achievements but also a successful corporate figure is well-known in New Zealand and Internationally. As the head of Nutrition Systems NZ, he is a role model to many and a social media sensation in NZ, sharing his training secrets, motivational posts and an insight on how highly driven people can fit so much into a single 24 hour day.
 
Joined each episode by special guests, British Asian authors, Vaseem Khan and Abir Mukherjee take a wry look at the world of books, writing, and the creative arts, tackling everything from bestsellers to pop culture and Big Fat Asian Weddings. Insightful, funny, packed with stellar interviews – Dean Koontz, Val McDermid, Ann Cleeves, Mike Gayle, to name a few – and the odd dose of cross-cultural confusion, they dare to explore the parts other podcasts cannot reach. Find out more: www.redhotc ...
 
Welcome to Sexual Transmission, a podcast for the people. Queer people, specifically. Join us to talk about topics that concern sex and the LGBTQIA+ community. Based in New Zealand and run by Ending HIV. Any views or opinions represented on this podcast are personal and belong solely to individuals and do not represent the views of the New Zealand AIDS Foundation, unless specifically stated.
 
Keep track of the ever-changing Cloud technology landscape with Umbrellar's podcast featuring the latest in tech news and views from partners across New Zealand. We uncover how our comprehensive partner network of resellers and affiliates are driving forward the NZ Cloud Economy, find out what's keeping them up at night, and the technology transformations that have them excited about building the tech for tomorrow's world.
 
Premium volunteer journalist Guy Williams is joined by Kiwi icon Karen Hill (of “20 whacks” fame) as they share amazing stories, give questionable life advice, and overconfidently confront the big issues facing New Zealand and the world today. New episodes each Wednesday (NZ time).
 
Your life is the biggest design project you will ever undertake! In his Design Your Life podcast series, Vince Frost discusses how design principles can be applied to everyday life with a group of leading creative guests. Listen in as designers, journalists, CEOs and founders reveal the key turning points in their lives and talk about the role design has played in shaping the success of their brands and careers. designyourlife.com.au Vince Frost is the CEO and Executive Creative Director of ...
 
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Hamish Mexted & Riann Umaga-Marshall

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Join Hamish Mexted and Riann Umaga-Marshall, Directors of the award winning Convex Accounting, as they interview a wide range of local NZ business owners, and other personalities with business related experience. Every 2 weeks, guests will share their real world, New Zealand experiences and learnings to help you build a better business. They are real New Zealanders, with real small business stories, so be sure to tune in!
 
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Today's correspondent is Annika Smethurst in Australia, where there's been no let up in the rain falling in southern parts of New South Wales - what further help might be on offer for communities that keep being hit? She'll also look at Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's latest trip to Australia and the Reserve Bank's latest interest rate rise that ma…
 
As city centres crank back into life again, one in particular is looking the worse for wear. Auckland's heart has been plagued by a number of issues kicked off by the pandemic: absent international tourists, workers reluctant to return to the office, an exodus of retailers from the midtown and Aotea Square area and ongoing, noisy and ugly disruptio…
 
Inland Revenue says more businesses are getting behind on GST payments, and its urging business owners to seek help early if they're struggling. In the eight months to March, total outstanding debt to the IRD increased by one percent to $4.441 billion, not including student loans or child support. Most of the debt is outstanding GST payments. The g…
 
The UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is rushing to plug the gaps in his Cabinet, after his Finance and Health Ministers said they no longer held confidence in him or his ability to adhere to the standards expected by the public. Rishi Sunak and Sajid Javid quit within minutes of each other, just after Boris Johnson apologised for the appointment of …
 
What's the difference between an ordinary bull and a genetically gifted one? Well, going by the example of one extraordinary beast named Priests Sierra - it is fathering thousands of calves. The 12-year-old bull has been inducted into the LIC animal hall of fame after contributing to nearly 800 thousand inseminations, resulting in more than 150,000…
 
The government has scrapped several arts, cultural and heritage funding rounds and replaced them with a single fund to make it easier for people to apply. The new Cultural Sector Regeneration fund is part of the Covid-19 Recovery Programme. The Ministry of Culture and Heritage says the fund should increase employment and skill development opportuni…
 
The Pacific region is tipped to feature heavily in the Prime Minister's foreign policy speech in Australia at the Lowy Institute this week. The think-tank is where former Foreign Minister Winston Peters announced his 'Pacific reset' in 2018; promising more aid and a back-to-basics diplomacy approach. Lowy Institute's Pacific Islands Program researc…
 
The captain of the national women's cricket team, the White Ferns, is hailing a new pay agreement announced yesterday which sees equal match payments for women and men. While the total player salaries still differ dramatically between the men and women, the agreement will significantly boost the earning ability of female players. White Ferns captai…
 
The wet weather is easing in some parts of New South Wales, but authorities say the crisis is far from over. Flood waters moving downstream are likely to bring further disaster. This comes as more than 100 evacuation orders are in place across Greater Sydney and people in another 50 areas have been put on alert. Parts of the city have received 200 …
 
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The Covid-19 pandemic has left many feeling down in the dumps - but advocates say the use of te reo could help boost morale. Nearly one-in-three people reported experiencing poor mental wellbeing in the latest Stats NZ figures - and it was even worse for Māori. But there is a silver lining - the number of people able to speak some te reo has jumped…
 
NASA has lost contact with the satellite, the CAPSTONE, which was launched aboard a Rocket Lab rocket from Mahia Peninsula on the 28 June. Rocket Lab lifted Capstone into a high Earth orbit, before it was successfully released on Tuesday night setting the microwave sized satellite on its path to the Moon. At that point, New Zealand's Rocket Lab han…
 
A Wellington lawyer says complaints about early advertising for council elections in October are coming from people who don't actually know the rules. Wellington Mayoral candidate Paul Eagle has been told to remove billboards touting his candidacy, after complaints to the Wellington City Council. Electoral Officer Warwick Lampp has also said the bi…
 
Schools close for holidays at the end of the week and principals are worried that severe disruption from winter illnesses and covid-19 will be even worse when they reopen. Staff and student absences usually peak in the third term and Covid-19 case numbers are rising. NCEA assessments will add to the pressure. Here's education correspondent John Ger…
 
Migrant nurses could be given a faster path to residency if the Government's current approach to enticing skilled workers doesn't work. The new Immigration Minister, Michael Wood, told a select committee yesterday he'll be taking a wait and see approach. At the moment, nurses are included in a 'work to residence pathway' which allows residence appl…
 
ACC has been forced to compensate one of its own former staffers for the depression and anxiety she suffered from being bullied at work. The woman was a senior staff member who took her case to court and won. The agency must now provide ongoing cover for a mental injury that happened under its watch. One employment law expert says it opens the door…
 
The National Party says the Government must act quickly to allow immigrant nurses to fill the shortfall of jobs within the health sector. The party's deputy leader says the health sector is in need of an estimated 4000 nurses and the Government needs to let immigrant nurses in to help alleviate the strain on services. Nicola Willis told Morning Rep…
 
New research has found a strong link between strep skin infections and rheumatic fever. University of Otago researchers investigated how streptococcal infections of the throat and skin are the first steps of a "disease pathway" that ends in contracting the inflammatory disease. This research adds to other data about strep skin triggering rheumatic …
 
Aotearoa's best food and wine was on display at a glamorous dinner on Melbourne's waterfront last night. The Prime Minister ended the second day of her trade mission in Australia wining and dinning at a special event showcasing New Zealand food and beverage. Political reporter Anneke Smith filed this report from a dining table in Melbourne.…
 
The selflessness and sacrifice of people who risked their lives to save others during the Christchurch terror attack have been honoured at a special awards ceremony in the city. The Governor-General, Dame Cindy Kiro, presented nine people with awards for their bravery on that terrible day in 2019, saying they acted without hesitation in the face of…
 
Eyebrows raised yesterday when ANZ Bank cut its two-year fixed home loan rate - a move that comes at a time when the Reserve Bank's official cash rate is on a steep climb. The question on the lips of mortgage holders is whether it will spark rate reductions across the board. Squirrel Mortgages executive director John Bolton spoke to Susie Ferguson.…
 
The Omicron subvariant BA 2.75 has been detected in Aotearoa for the first time, having been found in two people who arrived from India. The subvariant - nicknamed Centaurus - carries additional mutations to its parent BA2 strain, which has been dominant globally for most of this year. Otago University virologist Dr Jemma Geoghegan spoke to Corin D…
 
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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is this morning in the midst of a crisis of confidence in his leadership after latest revelations that he knew about sexual misconduct allegations against MP Chris Pincher, and promoted him to a high-ranking party role anyway. He had previously claimed he was not aware of the allegations. Boris Johnson has admitted h…
 
"Stark" findings about the poor state of the Wellington region's hospitals have triggered a rush to get a $2 billion plan underway. Newly released DHB documents show earthquake risks and escalating health demands have been the catalyst for "dramatically changed urgency and priorities" for the region's health leaders. Reporter Phil Pennington has th…
 
Most businesses think the only way is down, according to the latest gloomy findings from the Institute of Economic Research. Its quarterly survey shows business confidence in Aotearoa has fallen to its lowest level since the pandemic started - with nearly two-thirds of respondents believing conditions will deteriorate in the coming year. Tauranga c…
 
Walking the streets of our main city centres these days is a very different experience to what it was like before Covid came to town. But in stark contrast to the closed shop fronts and empty sidewalks of the CBD, many suburban or outlying town centres are busier than ever. And it's not only an Auckland phenomenon. Joining Nathan to explain what's …
 
To the US now where they're still coming to terms with yet another mass-shooting. Just over 24 hours ago, attendees of a 4th of July parade in a suburb of Chicago were targeted from the roof tops by another young white man with a high powered rifle.. Joining Nathan from Washington D.C. is our correspondent Simon Marks.…
 
Wellington mayoral candidate Paul Eagle has put his election billboards back up despite being told they breach electioneering rules. Mr Eagle insists he's entitled to get his name and face out to the Wellington public, even though there's still more than three months to go until polls close. And as complaints pile up, Wellington City Council admits…
 
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