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Animal rights in Aotearoa New Zealand. Animal Matters is SAFE's fortnightly podcast about all things animal rights and the issues impacting animals in Aotearoa. Will Appelbe discusses the latest current affairs impacting animals, the decisions of policymakers and government, and the complexities that surround the exploitation of animals.
 
inSocialWork is the podcast series of the University at Buffalo School of Social Work. The purpose of this series is to engage practitioners and researchers in lifelong learning and to promote research to practice, practice to research. inSocialWork features conversations with prominent social work professionals, interviews with cutting-edge researchers, and information on emerging trends and best practices in the field of social work.
 
Interviews with activists, social scientists, entrepreneurs and change-makers about the most effective strategies to expand humanity’s moral circle, with an emphasis on expanding the circle to farmed animals. Host Jamie Harris, a researcher at moral expansion think tank Sentience Institute, takes a deep dive with guests into advocacy strategies from political initiatives to corporate campaigns to technological innovation to consumer interventions, and discusses advocacy lessons from history, ...
 
Joshua J Sheats, MSFS, CFP, CLU, ChFC, CASL, CAP, RHU, REBC is a financial planner who teaches people how to live a rich life now while building a plan for financial freedom in 10 years or less. He mixes creative approaches to lifestyle design, deep-dive financial planning techniques, and hard-core business strategy to equip you with the knowledge and inspiration you need to build financial independence.
 
Is the path to hell really paved with Good Intentions? In “With Friends Like These: Good Intentions”, host Ana Marie Cox will introduce people and organizations who set out to make positive change, as well as the ones who ended up doing more harm than good. What’s the brain science behind warm fuzzy feelings? How does altruism change the way we feel about the world? And could trying too hard somehow get us killed? (Spoiler alert: yes.) From social enterprise to social media, our intention is ...
 
A monthly podcast bringing you the latest information to help build stronger relationships with our animal companions, enhance training, assist shelter animals, and address other important issues related to animal welfare and training. If you are like us who love, live, and work with animals, this is the show for you! Please enjoy! Please contact us or find more information at Facebook page "Constructional Approach to Animal Welfare and Training" or email us at caawtcontact@gmail.com
 
Zoo Logic with animal trainer, zoo advocate, and ZOOmility author, Dr. Grey Stafford, is a weekly conversation with zoo, aquarium, and animal experts about Nature, wildlife, pets, animal training with positive reinforcement, health and welfare, research, conservation, and education, sustainability, zoo politics, activism and legislation, and all things animals! On Zoo Logic, we’ll go behind the scenes with animal professionals and influencers from around the world to explore the latest Zoos ...
 
SPEAKING FOR AMERICA'S CHILDREN — “On-the-Line” with CWLA, is hosted by Linda Spears, Vice President of Policy and Public Affairs at the Child Welfare League of America (CWLA), is a thought-provoking, interactive Internet based live radio program focusing on subjects, stories and strategies that are of special interest to child welfare policymakers, providers, practitioners and the general public. “On-the-Line” with CWLA, broadcast LIVE on Wednesday’s, 2:00pm – 2:30pm EST features in-depth a ...
 
This new podcast from Bailing Out Benji will allow our team to go in-depth on the various facets of the puppy mill industry, the issues that advocates across the country face, as well as interviews with industry experts as we all work together to create lasting change for the animals trapped in commercial breeding facilities. Your Podcast Hosts are: Ashly Dale from our Washington Team, Nicole Galvan from our Arizona Team and Mindi Callison, Bailing Out Benji’s Founder and Executive Director.
 
Sourcing Matters is a talkshow for critical issues and the wonderful stories woven into our food system. Broadcasting from the Northeast U.S. - we host less-than-an-hour conversations with interesting characters from all over the globe. Visit our dialogues library to hear more from these folks making all kinds of good things happen. Chatting-up leaders focused on food system reform and reducing our environmental imprint, host Aaron Niederhelman examines both the problems and solutions paramo ...
 
100 Million Horses, Donkeys And Mules Support 600 Million Of The World's Poorest People. At Brooke USA, our mission is to significantly improve the welfare of working horses, donkeys and mules and the people they serve throughout Asia, Africa, the Middle East, the Americas and the Caribbean by raising funds and responsibly directing them to the areas of greatest need. We do this through a holistic approach to funding which includes capacity building, sustainability programming, female empowe ...
 
My Buddy Butch Radio is a rapidly expanding radio talk show hosted by author Jeffr Marginean and "Butch!" They bring you important weekly updates on pet news, interviews with the top experts on pets, authors with relevent books, new pet products and foods, and general "real life" discussion on topics that are entertaining, captivating, and fun! "Butch" of course, is a little rambunctious Boston terrier, which joins Jeff each week in the studio and is often the "idea-man" behind the topics th ...
 
Dr. Bryan Loritts is the privileged husband of Korie, and the graced father of three sons- Quentin, Myles, and Jaden. He serves The Summit Church in North Carolina as a teaching pastor. An award-winning author of seven books including Saving the Saved: How Jesus Saves us from Try-harder Christianity into Performance-Free Love-, which was given the Christianity Today Award of Merit, and his newest release The Dad Difference.
 
Economics Detective Radio is a podcast about markets, ideas, institutions, and all things related to the field of economics. Episodes consist of long-form interviews and are generally released on Fridays. Topics include economic theory, economic history, the history of thought, money, banking, finance, macroeconomics, public choice, business cycles, health care, education, international trade, and anything else of interest to economists, students, and serious amateurs interested in the scien ...
 
Join New York Times bestselling author Tom Woods for your daily serving of liberty education! Guests include Ron Paul, Judge Andrew Napolitano, David Stockman, and hundreds more, with topics like war, the Federal Reserve, net neutrality, the FDA, Austrian economics, and many other subjects of interest to libertarians. Join us!
 
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Police did not handle a 111 call reporting concerns about a 2-year-old girl's welfare in accordance with police policy, standard operating procedures and good practice, the Independent Police Conduct Authority has found. Police found the child dead the next day. On March 20, 2019, Niki Sturgess called 111 to report that she and her husband wanted h…
 
Bridget and Sydney connect with Carissa Cabrera from the Hawaii Marine Animal Response. HMAR is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation, recovery, and stewardship of Hawaii's protected marine species and the oceans we share. Topics Include: Working with endangered species How Hawaii is uniquely affected by ocean debris Expanding your…
 
Libertarians are fond of arguing that in a free society people's needs would be met through voluntary action. Well, amidst all the depressing news of 2020, here's a bright light: an amazing group of libertarians who have taken it upon themselves to show the world that this isn't just a quaint theory.…
 
Live Friday Q&A today! 1:45 The future of cryptocurrency and associated tax questions 24:48 Should an early retiree set up a guaranteed income stream? 37:18 Will I owe tax if I’m moving around working as a digital nomad? 45:52 How can I invest in my children without messing up my simple cashflow system? 56:58 Should I invest in a Biblically Respons…
 
Each year, a billion poultry birds and tens of millions of other farm animals are transported within and outside of the EU to be bred from, fattened or slaughtered. Regulations on how that transportation happens do exist, but scores of breaches of those regulations have been documented in official audits carried out by the European Commission in re…
 
Sue Bolton talks to us about the voting irregularities in the North West Ward of Moreland Council in recent local Government elections.Despatches from East Gippsland looks at frogs.Over the Wall - This week is strong as it has personal story of young person on cashless welfare card.This is the Week that Was.Dr Noah Bassil - Sudan's recent normalisa…
 
In this edition of Talking Europe, we speak to Poland's first ever minister for climate. Warsaw is the only EU capital that has still not formally signed up to the EU's target of achieving "climate neutrality" by the year 2050. That means having a net of zero greenhouse gas emissions by that date. Michał Kurtyka is an economist, who chaired the COP…
 
You might be breathing a sigh of relief that this pandemic year is finally drawing to a close – but the number of coronavirus infections each day on this continent is still very much a matter of concern. Back in the spring, Italy was the country that first took drastic measures, with its daily death toll peaking at 919 in late March. Now Italy is o…
 
LawInSport · Sarah Solémalé, Senior Governance Services Manage, FIFA Sarah Solémalé is the Senior Governance Service Manager at FIFA. Sarah speaks to LawInSport’s founder and CEO, Sean Cottrell,... In this podcast Sean Cottrell, CEO and founder of LawInSport, interviews leading sports lawyers, business executives, academics and athletes about the l…
 
Julie Rodgers was raised in a conservative evangelical home, so she knew they’d be horrified when she came out as a lesbian in her teens. To please her family and community, she first tried to change who she was, then she tried to deny it. We talk about how she went from being a star on the “ex-gay” speaker circuit to believing that God delights in…
 
Santa will ride through Auckland streets as usual on Sunday, brushing aside coronavirus fears. The city's annual Santa Parade will have just one QR code to cover all sections of the parade, which is expected to draw more than 100,000 people. Spectators will have to wear masks if they come into town on public transport, but will be free to take thei…
 
There is little argument from New Zealand Apples and Pears CEO on the government's insistence the skilled seasonal workers being allowed into the country get the living wage of $22.10 an hour. The Greens say all New Zealand workers doing the same job should get the same pay. Employers will have to pay the workers a living wage of $22.10 an hour, pa…
 
Cricket commentator Bryan Waddle has fired back at the outburst by former Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Akhtar. The former fast bowler has taken offence to the 'final warning' issued to the Pakistan touring party who breached managed isolation protocols in Christchurch. Akhtar warned NZC to "behave yourself" for threatening to cancel the tour, accusin…
 
Victoria has effectively eliminated coronavirus after recording its 28th consecutive day of zero new infections this morning. Epidemiologists regard 28 days without new or mystery cases in the community as elimination of Covid-19. Victoria hit no active cases on Tuesday, when the last coronavirus patient was discharged from hospital. It was the fir…
 
Isn’t it a bit rich of the Ministry of Health to be so indignant over members of the Pakistani cricket team mixing with each other in the corridors? The way Ashley Bloomfield and quite frankly members of the public are reacting, you’d think it’s the crime of the century. These guys posed no threat to the public. Even Grant Robertson the sports mini…
 
David Stockman, who served as director of the Office of Management and Budget under Ronald Reagan, strongly opposed the re-election of Donald Trump -- not on NeverTrump grounds, but because Stockman favors sound money and fiscal rectitude. Walter Block, probably the most prolific academic libertarian in the world, thinks Trump needs to be compared …
 
The Canadian Centre for Women's Empowerment is a national organization providing resources and programs to support survivors of domestic violence and help them recover from economic abuse, along with raising awareness and advocacy for economic justice. With November 26 being Economic Abuse Awareness Day, CCFWE is working to raise awareness of econo…
 
If the Government plans on extending the brightline test as a way to substitute the Capital Gains Tax, Heather du Plessis-Allan says that there are two major flaws with the plan. ACT has accused the Government of planning to introduce a capital gains tax by stealth. Finance Minister Grant Robertson has asked Treasury to look at a range of tax optio…
 
Rapid ecological destruction has been underway on the southern border of Arizona along some of the most pristine and inaccessible regions of the Sonoran desert. It isn't being done by poachers, crime syndicates, or undocumented immigrants. It's being done without serious public input, oversight, environmental impact studies, or objection by elected…
 
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will introduce a Government motion next week to declare a climate change emergency. If Parliament supports the motion, it will be a symbolic move - the declaration of a climate change emergency doesn't effect any rules or regulations. The exact wording of that motion will be publicly released the day before. About 18 m…
 
Europe remained the biggest global contributor to new Covid-19 cases and deaths in the past week, the World Health Organization (WHO) said, despite signs that stricter measures against the spread of the virus are starting to have an impact. The European region accounted for 44% of global new cases and 49% of global new deaths in the past week, acco…
 
The Foreign Affairs Minister has not spoken with China yet since taking the role. Nanaia Mahuta was named Foreign Affairs Minister last month, the first woman to take up the role. The first statement she signed as minister was to sign a Five Eyes statement that was critical of a Chinese government resolution, which led to the disqualification of fo…
 
The story of Waikato company Fiasco is nothing short of an extreme Covid pivot. Before the pandemic, they were making those really cool road cases that bands use for all their stuff on tour, but then Covid hit, and they turned their attention to producing amazing flat pack home desks, and specialist screens to help businesses protect staff and cust…
 
The Climate Change Minister doesn't want declaring a climate emergency to be a hollow promise. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will introduce a Government motion next week. Minister James Shaw says the declaration will be a clear statement of the Government's intent to address the crisis. He told Heather du Plessis-Allan other countries' declarations…
 
The Oceania footballer of the 20th century is remembering one of the world's best. Diego Maradona has died at the age of 60. Wynton Rufer says the Argentine was one of a kind. "Incredible dribbling ability, and because he was small, the centre of gravity was just incredible. He'd look to go left, and he would go right, and he would do things in the…
 
On a day of grace and grievance, President-elect Joe Biden summoned Americans to join in common purpose against the coronavirus pandemic and their political divisions while the man he will replace stoked the fading embers of his campaign to “turn the election over.” Biden, in a Thanksgiving-eve address to the nation, put the surging pandemic front …
 
Meghan Markle's revelation she had a miscarriage in July has sparked calls to normalise a tragedy experienced by thousands of New Zealand women. The Duchess of Sussex has written an opinion piece in the New York Times, saying she felt a "sharp cramp" while changing the diaper of her first child. She's described dropping to the floor with her toddle…
 
Over the past two decades we’ve become increasingly sensitive to the overuse of plastic and more concerned about its environmental impact – but to what effect? According to the World Wildlife Fund, we’ve actually used more plastic since the year 2000 than in all the decades leading up to that date. And previous estimates for the amount of plastic i…
 
Hospitality venues are being served a fresh Covid-19 blow as some employers move to cancel or tone down festive work parties amid lingering Covid-19 concern and budget constraints. A survey from the Restaurant Association shows Christmas function bookings are down on normal levels and about a third of venues are experiencing Christmas party cancell…
 
Join us as we interview 3 former pet store employees who worked at 3 different pet stores in 3 different states selling puppy mill puppies. Learn the truth about how these stores exploit the animals in their care. Begin to understand how these brave women went from pet store employees to Bailing Out Benji volunteers -- joining our fight to #EndPupp…
 
Air New Zealand says it's actively monitoring the situation around Covid 19 vaccines. Qantas has announced a no jab no fly rule -- where international passengers could be refused a seat, if they're not vaccinated against Covid-19. Air New Zealand says its chief Medical Officer Dr Ben Johnston talks regularly with colleagues at other airlines, and i…
 
Fisher and Paykel Healthcare said its first-half net profit shot up by 86 per cent to $225.5 million, driven by demand for its respiratory products arising from the Covid-19 pandemic. The company said that based on stronger hospital hardware sales to date its net profit for the full year was forecast to be $400m to $415m, up from its August forecas…
 
Police are replacing their Holden frontline vehicle fleet with Skodas. "After a rigorous testing and evaluation process, New Zealand Police has selected the Skoda Superb as the new frontline Police car," Police Commissioner Andrew Coster said. "The more environmentally friendly Skoda will become Police's primary response vehicle, with the first car…
 
Hawke's Bay growers have laid out a plan to address the seasonal worker shortage. Hastings Mayor Sandra Hazlehurst and Napier Mayor Kirsten Wise met with Immigration Minister Kris Faafoi at Parliament last week on behalf of the region. Hazlehurst says they want to see Recognised Seasonal Employer workers from Covid-free Pacific Island countries acc…
 
Jacinda Ardern ruled out a capital gains tax while she's leader, but the Reserve Bank says tax of some form should be considered. Speaking to Stuff today, Reserve Bank governor Adrian Orr said: "I'm aware the Government has said publicly they have ruled certain things off the table. They have ruled that off but ...we're going to have to speak openl…
 
New Zealand needs to be prepared for a change in format to the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Speculation is rife that the deal could make a comeback, as President Elect Joe Biden reversing policy positions set by President Donald Trump. The president-elect said he was “struck” by how world leaders have repeatedly told him during congratulatory calls t…
 
The Government is being accused of planning to introduce a capital gains tax by stealth, after Finance Minister Grant Robertson asked Treasury for advice on extending the brightline test. The Act Party has raised an eyebrow at the development, given Jacinda Ardern has already ruled out implementing a capital gains tax (CGT) while she is Prime Minis…
 
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has warned of "catastrophic" consequences if Australia's international borders are opened. She has faced strong criticism of her strict approach to her own state’s border, but finally revealed this morning it would be open to Victoria on December 1 after Sydney was was taken off the blacklist yesterday. In a…
 
So the debate over house prices has continued today with the Reserve Bank having its turn answering questions about it And it’s clearly turning into a blame game Yesterday, Finance Minister Grant Robertson tried to blame the Reserve Bank by making his letter public. Today, the Reserve Bank has put the ball firmly back in the court of the government…
 
Both major opposition parties are jostling for credit over who prompted Finance Minister Grant Robertson to lobby the Reserve Bank to more closely address soaring house prices first. National and Act have welcomed the Government's moves to curb house prices; this afternoon, Robertson wrote to the Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr asking him to consi…
 
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