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Updated July 2020
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The Ontario SPCA Animals' Voice Pawdcast features the latest hot topics in the Animal Welfare industry from a variety of knowledgeable and friendly guests. Some past guests include Dave Salmoni from Animal Planet, Tanya Kim, John Douglas - Former FBI Profiler, and Mieshelle Nagelschneider - The Cat Whisperer. About the Ontario SPCA: Through its province-wide network of 50 plus Communities, the Ontario SPCA is one of the largest, most responsive animal welfare organizations in the country, pr ...
 
Joy Randel is a woman who has truly let her life go to the dogs … and she couldn’t be happier! After a decades-long career in the bustling Information Technology industry, Joy decided to combine her considerable technical expertise with her passion for animals and create the online boutique, DazzleDogDelight.com . Dazzle Dog Delight is designed to provide dedicated pet owners gifts and sundries for the “pet who has everything.” But far from being a nose-in-the-air enterprise for upper-crust ...
 
If Sarah Reeves was a faery instead of a human, it would be a whole lot easier for her to get what she wants: to ride Cheval Bayard in an elite competition; to earn a spot on the Mundane Intervention Team; and for Brendan Greenwood to like her. But Regan, her archrival at the stables is doing everything she can to steal Cheval Bayard out from under Sarah. There are more students than spaces for the Mundane Intervention Team, and competition is fierce. And Brendan inexplicably likes mean-girl ...
 
Have you ever wondered what it takes to place a stray dog or cat in a permanent home? Meet the everyday heroes of animal rescue and foster who use hard work, dedication, and out-of-the-box ideas to give homeless dogs, cats, and other pets a second chance. We share inspirational stories from leaders, volunteers, and experts in animal and pet rescue, health, training, and behavior. Hear also from people who go above and beyond to be a hero - a hotel that fosters dogs in their lobby, and a man ...
 
Welcome to the Yikes Nation. Subscribe to our channel for new vlogs every Sun & Thurs. New Podcasts whenever the mood strikes! (Sat lol) Follow us on social media!!!! Morgan: twitter.com/thecaptainmorg instagram.com/thecaptainmorg Ben: twitter.com/benjamin_hike instagram.com/benjamin_hike
 
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The SPCA has launched an official investigation, into the dumping of a much-loved store cat called Rodney. The story goes that Rodney the tabby had been a regular sight on the counter at Marton's Central ITM store for nearly a decade, but two weeks ago, he was taken by a store manager to a spot 15 kilometres north of the town and left there. The st…
 
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Thursday his government was considering an offer of safe haven to Hong Kong residents threatened by China's move to impose a tough national security law on the semi-autonomous territory. Morrison said Cabinet would soon consider options "to provide similar opportunities" as British Prime Minister Boris …
 
Fears grew last night that new local virus lockdowns will be introduced after latest details of the worst-hit areas emerged. Although Leicester has by far the highest rate of infection, Bradford and Barnsley in Yorkshire are also being closely monitored. Other areas with high rates include Rochdale and Oldham in Greater Manchester and Blackburn and…
 
Simon Bridges has found his footing after being rolled as National Party leader - now standing 17th in the party rankings. The Party's had a minor shadow Cabinet Caucus reshuffle, because of Paula Bennett's departure. Bridges takes Dr Shane Reti's spot, after he was shifted up into Bennett's place at number 13 - making Reti the highest ranked Maori…
 
Pharmac is reassuring the country that the United States can't stop us from accessing medications. The drug Remdesivir is shown to help people recover from Covid-19. However, yesterday the US bought up three months of its global supply, preventing other country's from being able to access it. The drug isn't funded in New Zealand, but Pharmac's Dire…
 
Not for a second do I believe that David Clark has come to this resignation decision by himself. I believe he was told by more senior figures in the party to resign. If he really had made the decision to resign of his own volition, that resignation would’ve happened last week, the very minute he realised how angry New Zealand was that he’d thrown A…
 
Rhythm & Alps has dropped its official lineup announcement, with "100% Aotearoa" acts. Six60 are headlining the New Year's festival, alongside Fat Freddy's Drop, Shihad and Benee. Other acts include The Phoenix Foundation, Quix and Chaos in the CBD. R&A will also host Wax Mustang, Reb Fountain, Racing Truth, Trei Fairbrother Ferby and K2K There's A…
 
Woolworths has been slapped with a $1 million fine from the communications watchdog after the supermarket giant sent a massive amount of emails to customers who had previously unsubscribed. It was found the retailer breached spam laws five million times by continuing to send marketing material to consumers who had asked for it to stop, the Australi…
 
Border restrictions are creating anxious Kiwis. As our border restrictions continue, Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters this morning told Mike Hosking we should only allow travel from countries with zero community transmitted cases of Covid-19. Cases have ravaged the likes of the United States, the UK and Brazil, while closer to home, Australia's…
 
Senior Cabinet Minister Chris Hipkins was one of several people who told David Clark in recent days that his time as Health Minister may be up. But Hipkins says that Clark made his own decision to resign, which was announced this morning, and Clark has rejected any claim that he was leaned on. "He spoke to a number people, as you do, and he formed …
 
The Australian state of Victoria now has 415 active cases of Covid-19 after 77 cases were recorded overnight. Most are from Melbourne's "hot zones". Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton said that of the 77 new cases, 13 are linked to outbreaks, 37 were detected through routine testing and 27 are still under investigation. He said there are now 332 tot…
 
Listen to Jack Tame and Clare de Lore join Heather du Plessis-Allan on The Huddle to discuss these and the rest of the day's news. The controversial chef known as Paleo Pete has caused a stir by appearing on Kiwi reality stars Art and Matilda Green's podcast, Well & Good. The couple introduced Pete Evans as a "very knowledgeable guy" who "attracts …
 
Shopkeepers pulled down their shutters, cafe owners paused reopening plans and schools prepared to send children home in the English city of Leicester on Tuesday after the British government imposed a local lockdown to contain a spike in coronavirus cases. The reintroduction of restrictions on the city of 330,000 people came as British Prime Minist…
 
Auckland has managed to secure access to more water from the Waikato River. An urgent meeting was held today between Waikato and Auckland officials, as well as Environment Minister David Parker. Auckland mayor Phil Goff told Heather du Plessis-Allan they're looking to get 50 million litres a day before next winter. "We will be looking to use a cons…
 
A new move by the US has sparked fears the country will hog a Covid-19 vaccine when one is developed. The US bought up almost all of the world's supply of Remdesivir - when the drug showed promising signs in early attempts to treat people with Covid-19. Remdesivir, which is currently administered through infusions, is the only drug that has an emer…
 
Residents in Horowhenua may be the only New Zealanders to face a rates decrease this year. The district council's adopted a revised annual plan with a 1.83 percent decrease in rates. The decrease comes after consultation with locals, and have taken into account the financial and economic hardship caused by Covid-19. Mayor Bernie Wanden told Heather…
 
The pipeline of millions of dollars of taxpayers' money for the America's Cup hasn't been frozen despite claims of fraud, spying and misspent public money. The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) is looking into claims of misspending by Team NZ and counter-claims of spying on Team NZ by America's Cup contractors. The Government i…
 
The Justice Minister isn't happy about an international organisation getting involved in our cannabis referendum here The group called Smart Approaches to Marijuana, or SAM, is fighting legal cannabis in the US, and has set up a branch here. Bob McCroskrie from Family First said they've been drawing on SAM's experience.. but haven't taken any money…
 
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden lambasted President Donald Trump's handling of the coronavirus pandemic Tuesday, saying that Trump is "in retreat" with more than 125,000 Americans dead and the virus worsening in many states. In a speech in Wilmington, Delaware, the former vice president recounted what he cast as Trump's misste…
 
ASB is to permanently close nine branches and reduce the hours of 25 others to three days a week as it shifts its focus to helping customers online and over the phone. The bank will retain all its branch staff and will hire more people to help fill more than 150 new roles to provide specialist guidance and advice to customers. Craig Sims, general m…
 
A mini National Party reshuffle will happen before the week's end. The party's former deputy Paula Bennett announced yesterday she won't be standing in September's election. Leader Todd Muller told Heather du Plessis-Allan we won't have to wait long to see who's filling the void - and it could be a familiar face. It comes as the party faces continu…
 
National says the Government has to come up with a plan now to present to the public as countries around the world opens borders. Leader Todd Muller says the Beehive's keeping everyone in the dark. Muller says the idea we're kept locked up at the bottom on the world waiting for a vaccine isn't tenable. He says countries in the European are now open…
 
The Ministry of Health is launching a drug information site called High Alert. The website aims to identify where drug harm is occurring and tries to anticipate possible trends and outbreaks in New Zealand. They also want people to share their experiences with bad drugs on the site. Ministry of Health Group Manager Mental Health and Addiction Direc…
 
Stage 3 stay-at-home restrictions will be put in place for COVID-19 hotspots in Victoria from tomorrow night, Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has announced. It comes after Victorians authorities confirmed the state has recorded 64 new COVID-19 cases overnight. Four previous cases have been reclassified due to duplications bringing the total number…
 
APEC will go ahead in 2021 but the event will be hosted with digital platforms. Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters attributed the decision to the global disruption caused by Covid-19. "COVID-19 has seriously impacted how we conduct international diplomacy. That includes hosting APEC. As has occurred with many other international government-to-…
 
One of our top legal employment experts says a good night's sleep is sometimes a great remedy to potentially inflammatory work emails - and then authors should think twice before hitting send. Employment law specialist Dr Bill Hodge says electronic media meant people did not engage in a cooling off period before sharing questionable missives they s…
 
Customer service in the country is under the spotlight. Auckland man Bruce MacAulay spent over five and a half hours on hold to Briscoes last week, all in a bid to cancel an online order he'd made. In order to get his order sorted, he ended up driving down to the local store and got the manager to sort out the matter. The story went viral Consumer …
 
Former Prime Minister Sir John Key says Paula Bennett was a "likeable face" and an asset to the National Party and has even offered to be a referee if she needs one for a future job. Paula Bennett announced on Monday that she will step down from politics at the election to forge a new career, likely in business. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was al…
 
The Green Party will push its flagship election policy if it's involved in any coalition talks. The policy resets income support payments and guarantees a minimum $325 dollars a week income for everyone not in fulltime paid work. A wealth tax of 1 per cent would apply to "net assets worth over $1 million" and 2 per cent for net assets over $2m. The…
 
The Australian state of Victoria is in the middle of a second wave of coronavirus, recording a massive 75 new cases today. Health minister Jenny Mikakos said one of those cases was in hotel quarantine, 14 are linked to outbreaks, 37 were detected through routine testing and 23 are still under investigation. The 75 cases were detected in more than 1…
 
- text by Anna Leask He is the man connected to - if not the face of - some of the biggest and most important police cases and incidents in modern New Zealand. The high profile murder of Timaru woman Lisa Blakie and arrest of her killer Timothy Taylor. Operation Austin -the landmark investigation into historical sexual allegations against former an…
 
The Green Party’s wealth tax idea is nuts. I’m surprised the Prime Minister hasn’t killed the idea immediately, and I’ll get to that in a minute. But first, how on earth did the Greens decide that someone earning $100,000 a year or someone sitting on a $1 million property is rich? To put that in context, the average wage in this country is $77,000 …
 
A vegan cafe in Wellington has set up a meal sponsorship programme for those in need. When people order a $10 voucher, a meal is donated. Sweet release founder Kris Bartley told Andrew Dickens she wanted to do something positive to help with her anxiety. "If you are a person who needs a meal, there's a board outside the cafe which shows how many fr…
 
A man who was convicted of murdering young New Zealanders Ben Smart and Olivia Hope more than 20 years ago is set to go back to court to appeal the case. Smart and Hope had been celebrating New Year's Eve in the Marlborough Sounds in 1997 when they disappeared. Their bodies were never found. Scott Watson was later jailed for their murders - crimes …
 
Scott Morrison has issued a stern message to panic buyers after Australian supermarkets implemented new purchase limits on toilet paper at all stores across the country. Supermarket shelves have been stripped of the bathroom essential once again amid fears of a second wave of coronavirus. Morrison branded the behaviour “ridiculous” and called on th…
 
A growing number of primary teachers report being assaulted by pupils. A survey from the NZ Council for Educational Research shows nearly a quarter of primary teachers occasionally feel unsafe in the classroom - double the 12 per cent who reported this in 2016. NZEI President Liam Rutherford says teachers are finding themselves in a variety of situ…
 
My heart goes out to the rest of the country who, day after day and year after year, hear about the problems of our largest city. Auckland is an indecisive problem child. Like a teenager in a growth spurt who refuses to buy new clothes until its pants are halfway up its shins and its tummy pokes out from under the shirt. It’s a city without a plan,…
 
Winston Peters is rubbishing claims New Zealand First is straining the Coalition partnership. By yesterday afternoon, the party had blocked or killed multiple bills - including Covid-19 related rent relief, overhauling how rape trials are run, and hate speech. Green Party co-leader James Shaw claims a clause in New Zealand First's agreement with La…
 
Qantas will cut about 6000 job as it becomes a "smaller airline" in the short-term to deal with the fallout from the Covid-19 crisis. The jobs will be cut across Qantas and Jetstar and represent about 20 per cent of the company's workforce as it retires its Jumbo jets early and grounds its Airbus A380s indefinitely. They will include cabin and grou…
 
The mana of convicted child sex offender Peter Ellis and his right to restore it has been argued in New Zealand's highest court today. Ellis spent nearly 30 years battling his controversial convictions, and now his lawyers say tikanga Māori values indicate the fight should continue despite his death to uphold his mana. The courthouse in Wellington …
 
Well how many times have the average New Zealander used the phrase “thrown under the bus” today? A former journalist posted that he had counted the phrase in the headlines of 11 media outlets today alone and I’ve heard it countless times today on the radio. Normally along the lines of “Did you see David Clark throw Ashley Bloomfield under the bus y…
 
News that New Zealand First put the brakes on the Government's plans to start work on Auckland's Light Rail is just the latest in a string of planned policies kiboshed by Winston Peters' party. From a Capital Gains tax to rent relief for landlords, failure to get New Zealand First onside at Cabinet has resulted in some significant policies being bl…
 
Queenstown's bungy pioneers are getting a $10 million Government funding boost. Tourism Minister Kelvin Davis has announced AJ Hackett Bungy will get $10.2 million of Covid-19 recovery support - made up of a 5.1 million dollar grant - with the rest as an interest free loan. It's part of the $400 million Tourism Sector Recovery Package. Davis says b…
 
Labour is adamant it isn't the end of the line for Auckland's light rail project. After the governing parties couldn't agree on the way forward, meaning that a decision is being deferred until after the September election when the Ministry of Transport will report on the best light rail option. However, Transport Minister Phil Twyford says Labour i…
 
There are suspicions that dissension over Ihumātao could cut ties between Labour and New Zealand First. Earlier this week, Q&A reported that a deal between the Government and Fletchers – which legally owns the Ihumātao site – was close. Finance Minister Grant Robertson told Newstalk ZB on Monday that nothing had been before Cabinet, but there was h…
 
Consumer New Zealand is warning against booking with Virgin Australia. Deals are currently being offered by the airline for flights to Australia. The airline is selling flights to Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Queenstown from the 10th of August. That's despite going into administration, owing $7 billion dollars to its creditors. Aviation c…
 
Covid-19 has "brought this nation to its knees," Dr. Robert Redfield, director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said Tuesday. The country is probably going to spend about $7 trillion "because of one little virus," Redfield said during a House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing. "We've all done the best that we can do to tack…
 
Three strikes and you’re out they say. But in government, you can go out in one strike. If you have two strikes against you and still have your job, then you should consider yourself the most blessed politician ever. Phil Twyford has had a rotten run. First the manifest failure that is KiwiBuild. Now this morning he gave notice that Auckland’s Ligh…
 
It's still unknown how many people left self isolation without being tested. But the Ministry of Health is following up on more than 2,000 people who left isolation facilities between June 9 and 16. Dr Ashley Bloomfield says everyone was screened before leaving - but are now being followed up to find whether that included testing. He says it's impo…
 
As the players of Manchester City and Burnley took a knee inside an empty Etihad Stadium in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, the sound of an aircraft could be heard overhead. It had a very different message. "White Lives Matter Burnley" read a banner being pulled by the small plane that circled the ground for several minutes on a clear M…
 
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