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Updated April 2020
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Musician, former television host, and podcaster Jamey Jasta (Hatebreed, Kingdom of Sorrow, Jasta and the former host of MTV's Headbanger's Ball) interviews your heroes every Monday and Thursday. The newest 15 episodes are always free, but if you want access to all the archives, watch live, chat live, access to the forums, and get the show a week before it comes out everywhere else - you can subscribe now at gasdigitalnetwork.com and use the code JASTA to save 15% on the entire network.
 
Spanning a period of nearly 1500 years, this monumental work of history tracks the orbit of one of the greatest Empires of all time. The sheer scale and sweep of the narrative is breathtaking in its ambitious scope and brings to vivid life the collapse of a magnificent military, political and administrative structure. Proceeding at a brisk pace, the original fourteen volumes describe debauched emperors, corrupt practices, usurpers and murderers, bloody battles, plunder and loot, barbarian ho ...
 
Spanning a period of nearly 1500 years, this monumental work of history tracks the orbit of one of the greatest Empires of all time. The sheer scale and sweep of the narrative is breathtaking in its ambitious scope and brings to vivid life the collapse of a magnificent military, political and administrative structure. Proceeding at a brisk pace, the original fourteen volumes describe debauched emperors, corrupt practices, usurpers and murderers, bloody battles, plunder and loot, barbarian ho ...
 
Fresh Air from WHYY, the Peabody Award-winning weekday magazine of contemporary arts and issues, is one of public radio's most popular programs. Hosted by Terry Gross, the show features intimate conversations with today's biggest luminaries.
 
Call of the Wild is an emotional rollercoaster of a novel set during the late 19th century Klondike Gold Rush. The central character is Buck, an Alaskan sled dog who is forced to adjust to the cruel climate in order to survive. If you have even a remote love of dogs then you will fall head over heels in love with this book. In fact, take away the fact that Buck is a dog and the story is the same, a struggle against greed and to live a life of freedom. London spent a year in Yokel researching ...
 
Powerful conversations with incredible Entrepreneurs and Creatives all around the world will empower you to dispel the emotions of fear, worry, or self-doubt and know that, whatever your goals, you’ve got this! Why? Because Dreams ARE Real. Dan McPherson, International Speaker and Founder of Leaders Must Lead is on a mission to help you overcome the momentum of zero and own your story on the way to building your ideal life.
 
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A woman has been charged with common assault after allegedly punching a supermarket manager in the face. The situation between a shopper and a staff member escalated as shoppers lined up to enter the Warkworth store, National MP Mark Mitchell said. "There was a flash point, a confrontation developed out of that and, as a result, the New World manag…
 
Today we remember three people from the music world who died this week of COVID-19. First, we'll listen back to two interviews with the great jazz guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli. He was 94. Then we'll hear an interview with Adam Schlesinger, who was 52. He co-founded the band Fountains of Wayne, wrote songs for the movies 'Thing You Do!' and 'Music and…
 
Health Minister David Clark has flouted the Government's advice to exercise locally after confirming he drove to a park to go mountain biking earlier this week. Clark was nabbed after parking his signwritten van at the car park - 2.3km from his Dunedin home - and it was spotted by someone who dobbed him in to media. Political commentator Matthew Ho…
 
Some experts are claiming tightening quarantine rules would help stamp out COVID-19, but we don't have the capacity to do it Otago University professor Michael Baker says some people have a good plan when it comes to self-isolating, but others have looser arrangements. He says it would be nice to monitor everyone returning to New Zealand, but he sa…
 
National party finance spokesperson Paul Goldsmith says the longer the nation stays in lockdown the bigger the economical impacts will get. The OCED is predicting a drop in the economy by almost 30 percent due to the back lash from Covid-19. Goldsmith believes more can and needs to be done to make sure the lockdown works. He says the most important…
 
NZ's new Police Commissioner says he will be leading the country by example. Andrew Coster is rounding off his first day in the job by promising Kiwis they'll be focussing on prevention. He told Heather Du Plessis-Allen they're aiming to make New Zealand the safest country in the world. LISTEN ABOVEBy Newstalk ZB
 
COMMENT: The Health Minister doesn't deserve to be fired. But he should be fired. Let's be clear about the rule he's broken. Last week, retired Police Commissioner Mike Bush was asked whether someone could "go for a drive, say to the local beach or… a local park?" and replied "There's a short answer to that – no." David Clark doesn't deserve to be …
 
What does it take to prepare for a pandemic? Many hospitals around the world are already overwhelmed by patients infected with COVID19. Australian doctors and nurses are bracing for something most of them have never faced before. In our country hospitals, resources are already stretched: beds are in short supply and there’s a greater proportion of …
 
After 30+ years as a speech and language pathologist, Melody Vachal founded Rise Up Care and Wellness to help those who spend their lives helping others. Melody has been a full-time caregiver for most of her adult life. After needing a caregiver of her own following a brutal car accident, Melody realized how critical the need for self-care had beco…
 
Our daily broadband usage has absolutely skyrocketed thanks to all of us being confined to our homes all day. Spark says every day is a weekend when it comes to internet usage Spark's technology director Mark Beder told Heather du Plessis-Allan that across the country, there was a 27 per cent increase during peak on Friday night - more than during …
 
The government is still battling to try and get stranded New Zealanders back home. Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters says they are working with officials in India, Peru, Nepal and others to try and get Kiwis on flights. He says they aren't just battling with the strict lock-down conditions being enforced in some of those nations. Tim Beveridge a…
 
Grant Robertson has spent tens of billions of dollars to save businesses during this Covid-19 crisis so far, yet the lockdown has brought big business to its knees. That includes the likes of Air New Zealand, Fletcher, and multiple media companies. Yet there's one person who doesn't think the government should help out at all with wage subsidies. E…
 
KEY POINTS: Mike Bush steps down at midnight as Police Commissioner after six years He says the professionalism of police keeping communities safe is the highlight He says there were no policies or programmes he failed to get over the line He's proud of the rise in trust in police and within police, and increased diversity Distinguished 42-year car…
 
The father of a Marist College student who was twice turned away before testing positive for Covid-19 is applauding measures to expand testing criteria and urges any suspect cases to "be persistent". Geoff Muliaga Brown last night shared a dramatic video on social media describing his nearly two-week battle with Covid-19, that saw him admitted to h…
 
Coronavirus cases in Australia have passed 5100 and the national death toll has risen to 23 after Victoria and Queensland announced two more victims this morning. A woman in her 70s has died in a Victorian hospital, while an 85-year-old man died overnight at Darling Downs Health Service Hospital in Toowoomba. “All of our condolences, the condolence…
 
Covid-19 was the final nail in the coffin for Bauer Publishing in New Zealand. The German company has closed operations here, shutting down longstanding magazines such as North and South, the Listener, and Woman's Day. Magazine Publishers Association board member James Frankham told Heather du Plessis-Allan the Government decision to keep magazines…
 
The Government has this afternoon allowed other countries to send mercy flights to pick up stranded tourists from here, but Kiwis across the world are still waiting for an olive branch from their own country. Don Stuart, 72, and his wife Marian, 69, from Waihi Beach have been advised that their hotel is going to be closed, possibly in a two to thre…
 
It’s an end of an era, isn’t it? It is gutting to say goodbye to some good Kiwi magazines. The Listener, around since 1939. Woman’s Weekly, since 1932. Metro since the 80s And gutting also for all those staff involved. But as sad as this, here’s the thing we need to understand. The Government’s response to Covid-19 isn’t totally responsible for kil…
 
Foreigners stranded in New Zealand will start leaving the country from tomorrow. Tens of thousands of holidaymakers will able to make a "safe, orderly exit", Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters says. The Government has just announced a plan to enable the safe, orderly exit of scores of foreign nationals stranded in New Zealand under the Covid-19 l…
 
In this episode we have the honor of talking with Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Daniel Kelly. His insight on the foundations of our great country, as well as this Coronavirus, are incredibly timely and powerful. -------------------------------------- Help support the US Grace Force by becoming a patron! Click the link to join our cause: https://w…
 
Two years ago, 'Atlantic' science writer Ed Yong predicted a new global pandemic and how we might be caught unprepared. Now that so much of what he warned about in his reporting has come true, he's been covering how and why we failed to stop the spread of COVID-19, why the virus has been so successful in spreading, how the pandemic might end, and w…
 
The Filmlosophers don their scrubs and hand sanitizer to brave the outside world and dig a little deeper into Bong Joon Ho’s award-winning film, Parasite. The Scholarly Studs keep six feet apart as they dissect the polarizing Korean film that took the world by storm. Does Parasite strike a stark similarity to the current state of the world we live …
 
A reminder from doctors on just what symptoms you should come forward with – if you’re concerned you’ve got coronavirus.Covid-19 testing's being ramped up, with the case definition widened to include those with COVID-19 respiratory symptoms, regardless of travel history or contact with a confirmed case.Royal New Zealand College of GPs Doctor Samant…
 
An economist says people need to consider their long term savings goals during the Covid-19 pandemic. The advice when the markets first started to drop was to sit tight and don't touch your Kiwisaver, with the suggestion being that the drops will right themselves in the long run. The issue no longer appears to be a short-term problem, with economis…
 
Dating apps are booming right now during the lockdown. As people are at home with more time on their hands, apps like Tinder and Bumble are seeing a boom in downloads and activity – though, of course, few people are actually meeting up. So how do you navigate love in the lockdown, and the new phenomenon of "digital dating"? Emily McLean, founder of…
 
With yeast disappearing off supermarket shelves up and down the country, many Kiwis are now turning to alternative baking recipes that don't require that precious ingredient. Over the past few days, one recipe in particular got a lot of shares on social media as New Zealanders spent some of their lockdown time in the kitchen: Chelsea Winter's beer …
 
The Government's being urged to be careful about the lock down period. The four week lock down could be extended further if New Zealand's COVID-19 situation doesn't improve. Economist Shamubeel Eaqub told Heather du-Plessis Allan the looming recession will be very expensive. He says when we come out of the lock down, many businesses will have faced…
 
A warning for employees being asked to unwillingly take pay cuts.Businesses across the country are taking a financial hit amid the coronavirus level-4 lockdown.As a result, many are asking staff to take reduced pay.But employment lawyer Susan Hornsby-Geluk told Heather du Plessis-Allan employers can't enforce pay cuts without staff’s consent. "Ther…
 
President Donald Trump on Tuesday warned Americans to brace for a “hell of a bad two weeks” ahead as the White House projected there could be 100,000 to 240,000 deaths in the U.S. from the coronavirus pandemic even if current social distancing guidelines are maintained. Public health officials stressed that the number could be less if people across…
 
The streets of Stockholm are quiet but not deserted. People still sit at outdoor cafes in the center of Sweden's capital. Vendors still sell flowers. Teenagers still chat in groups in parks. Some still greet each other with hugs and handshakes. After a long, dark Scandinavian winter, the coronavirus pandemic is not keeping Swedes at home even while…
 
Can people getting angry at others during this lockdown please settle down? While I was out running today, a woman tried to hit me. Yes, you read that right. A woman tried to hit a complete stranger running past. I'm guessing that was because she thought I'd got too close. That is a complete overreaction and actually really unfair, because I couldn…
 
Dan Warburton is known as the Entrepreneur’s Transformational Coach. With 20+ years’ business experience and having coached 1000+ entrepreneurs, Dan regularly speaks on large stages about what transformation makes possible for those committed to living their dream lifestyle. Whether sharing childhood brokenness, ups and downs of his early business …
 
Unions are urging Air New Zealand to preserve as many jobs as possible as redundancy negotiations step up. The airline says it needs to lay off a third of its 12,500 staff as it faces a drastic loss of revenue as flying comes to a halt due to border restrictions. E tū says it is not convinced that the airline needs to lay off as many people as quic…
 
Businesses are asking the government to defer the minimum wage rise - scheduled to go up tomorrow - but workers do not agree. The minimum wage is due to rise to $18.90 from $17.70 per hour. The Employers and Manufacturers Association said the timing was inappropriate. However, the E Tu union said the raise impacted many essential workers - such as …
 
There are renewed calls for the Government to defer a $1.20 increase to the minimum wage on the eve of it coming into effect. Tomorrow the minimum wage is set to move from $17.70 to $18.90 - this would see fulltime low-income workers take home an extra $48 a week before tax. One union says the increase is vital for the hundreds of thousands of work…
 
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