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THE ROSSLARE PODCAST

The Rosslare Podcast 2020. Michael Freeman & James Corcoran

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A finger on the pulse of WEXFORD, the Sunny South East of IRELAND. Listen to locals express their views. Enjoy interviews with some of WEXFORD'S most influential people. Hear discussions on Politics, Economics, Social Affairs, Art, Culture, Sport, the Environment and much more. Delight in SPECIAL GLOBAL FEATURES, DOCUMENTARIES, and SHORT STORIES. We INVITE YOU to share your opinions and HIGHLIGHT ISSUES that concern you. This podcast is run by Michael Freeman and Jim Corcoran. Michael is a d ...
 
Bryan Purtle has served as a preacher, pastor and missionary in many local Church contexts since 1996; in Kansas City, Turkey, China, and to various Christian communities throughout North America. Bryan has been happily married to Audrey since 1998, and is the father of five beautiful children, ages 11-17. He has been privileged to serve as an elder/pastor at Bellicose Church in Westport, Kansas City since June of 2015.
 
Proud Royals fans bringing you the best live web radio on the planet. A member of the @EKOHNetwork, our weekly podcast covers the Royals, Kansas City sports and a lot of other goofy stuff. Check out kingsofkauffman.com for back episodes and outstanding articles on the Royals. The Royalman Report is the number 1 Royals podcast on the internet and has spawned celebri-fans like @KCRoyalman @TheFakeNed and #CountryBreakfast (before it was cool.)
 
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Covid put a dampener on much of the usual pomp and ceremony for the swearing in of the new Governor-General Dame Cindy Kiro at Parliament today. Absent this time, the hundreds-strong greeting line, military salute and inspection of the guard. Hamish Cardwell reports. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?vi…
 
A homeless advocate hopes health authorities listen to those on the frontline about the best way to reach at-risk communities for vaccination. In April, Te Tuinga Whānau Trust's Tommy Kapai Wilson travelled from Tauranga Moana to Wellington to pitch his idea for a 'jab cab' to Ministry of Health officials. Similar to the 'Shot Bro' buses that rolle…
 
Aucklanders may not be able to go anywhere at the moment, but sprinkers are back, and so is a long hot shower, with water restrictions being lifted this weekend. Tighter rules for water use were put in place in May last year, when the region's dams fell to low levels due to drought and continuing dry weather. Now with dams at 93 percent full, Auckl…
 
Beating misinformation could hold the key to lifting the lagging Māori vaccination rate in the greater Manawatū region. Regional councillor and Rangitāne iwi kaumātua Wiremu Te Awe Awe says some people have been sucked in by wrong information about the covid vaccine. Our Manawatū reporter Jimmy Ellingham has more.…
 
A growing number of workplaces are considering bringing in covid vaccine mandates. The Warehouse Group has begun consulting with staff about a directive for staff to be vaccinated. Victoria University in Wellington has already mandated vaccines for students and staff working in residential halls, and is now looking at going further than that. Vice …
 
With the country recording triple figure cases for the first time since Covid arrived in New Zealand, the focus is going on how the health system will cope with Delta firmly entrenched in the community. There are 46 people in hospital with the virus at the moment, and seven are in ICU or a high dependency unit. But some say while the short-term sur…
 
People who have waited patiently - and often painfully - for weeks in lockdown are finally able to access face to face care from dentists, physios and other allied health professionals. The government's relaxed level 3 rules, affecting 2,000 practitioners in Auckland alone, across 43 professions. Sam Olley reports.…
 
A group of lucky businesses have been chosen for a govenrment trial that will see them by pass MIQ and isolate at home when returning from overseas travel. 605 businesses applied for just 150 places. They had to meet strict criteria including having somewhere to stay alone. No shared ventilations systems, so no apartments. The property has to be wi…
 
Suspected anti-vaxxers have been making bogus vaccination bookings in one of the most unprotected areas of the country. They've been targeting Tairāwhiti, where only 74 percent of people have had at least one dose - and just 63 percent of Māori. The College of GPs president Sam Murton told health correspondent Rowan Quinn one small clinic in Tairāw…
 
Daily Covid numbers have hit triple figures today, with 102 cases recorded in the community. 94 of them are in Auckland and eight in Waikato. 40 of today's cases are so far unlinked. Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson says while they've been clear about the likelihood of an increasing number cases, he acknowledges that's not always easy.…
 
A Palmerston North woman is pleading for a one-way compassionate exemption to cross the Auckland border to see her terminally ill nephew in his final days. Andrew Spier, 36, is dying from bowel cancer which has spread through his body. He has been told he has just days to live. His aunt Moyra Spier, who lives on her own and is fully vaccinated, jus…
 
From the end of November 300 health workers will be given spots in MIQ each month but the big question is who will get those spots. The Ministry of Health will work with DHBs and Primary Health Organisations to divvy up the rooms - but many are holding their breath to see who will be considered most in need. There are 60 new cases of Covid-19 in th…
 
It's hello classroom, goodbye online learning for Auckland and Waikato's year 11, 12 and 13 students. Despite Auckland's high Delta case count, seniors can head back to school from next Tuesday. But uncertainty remains for students in years 1 to 10. And that spells disappointment for some, who desperately want catch up with mates, and get their fee…
 
School is back on campus from Tuesday but only for a select few and under strict conditions. And there is no end in sight for parents of primary students learning at home - Cabinet will review their situation next week. Years 11 to 13 can head back to class, basically to get ready for exams, but there are a list of rules. School staff need a negati…
 
The Chief Ombudsman has launched an investigation into the MIQ system following a flood of complaints. Judge Peter Boshier has received more than 800 complaints about the government-run system since July last year. He has previously raised concerns about the systems limited capacity with most people now vying for a voucher through a lottery system.…
 
National says it would get rid of lockdowns once vaccination rates hit 85 percent, or on December 1 - whichever comes first. Its 'Back in Business' plan would also boost the wage subsidy and introduce temporary tax cuts for businesses and workers. There would be targeted support for the worst-hit industries, and possible compensation for lost earni…
 
An Auckland man who travelled to Waiheke Island after testing positive for Covid-19 will be allowed to remain on the island, despite allegedly breaching multiple health orders. The case is the first on Waiheke, which is supposed to be cut off from the rest of Auckland due to the limited medical resources on the Island. It's worrying locals who want…
 
Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins told Checkpoint it is “certainly a possibility” by Christmas that Aucklanders could have more freedoms while still being restricted within the regional Covid boundary. He also discusses the return to classrooms for senior high school students, and questions around younger students returning before the end of…
 
Thousands of teenagers in Auckland are going back to school next week for the first time in two months. The government has given the green light for schools in alert level three regions, currently Auckland and Waikato, to reopen classrooms to students in Years 11, 12 and 13 on Tuesday. It has also announced NCEA and Scholarship exams are going ahea…
 
Ngāti Whātua is defending the management of the border between Te Tai Tokerau and Tāmaki Makaurau. Northland will drop down to alert level 2 at midnight, following a Covid scare in which a woman who later tested positive crossed the border using fake documents. That's raised concerns that poor controls could see more cases sneak through. But those …
 
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