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multiLENS is a podcast series created to help us lean into conversations with kids, at a young age, about issues in society. This podcast examines issues that impact our community and schools with a focus on equity and inclusion. Our goal is to have conversations that enable empowerment, engage listeners, and inspire change.
 
Gold, crude oil, corn, soybeans and more - with so many tradeable products the futures options market is an intimidating place. How can you possibly keep track of the latest trading activity across so many different products? Don’t worry - we’ve got you covered. Welcome to This Week in Futures Options - the program designed to help active futures options traders stay on top of this ever-changing marketplace. Each week we’ll break down the top trades, hot products, volatility explosions and m ...
 
Yara is the world's crop nutrition leader with over 100 years of experience. In collaboration with customers and partners, Yara grows knowledge to responsibly feed the world and protect the planet, to fulfill its vision of a collaborative society, a world without hunger and a planet respected. Our crop nutrition solutions and precision farming offerings allow farmers to increase yields and improve product quality while reducing environmental impact.
 
With food comes many questions...Are Smores considered sandwiches? Do Oreos count as Vegan sandwiches? Do Wheat Thins count as a snack? Why don't some people like Mint+Chocolate? Are they mutants? Should we kick them out? If you have considered thoughts like these, then you are in the right place. So grab a cuppa - and tuck in...We seek questions, and we seeks answers.Year of the Sandwich - Food Conspiracies. Gourmet Conversation.Please follow us on IG for pictures of the delicious food we t ...
 
Agriculture Today is a daily program hosted by Eric Atkinson and distributed to radio stations throughout the state. It features K-State agricultural specialists and other experts examining agricultural issues facing Kansas and the nation. Kansas State University has produced daily, ag-related broadcasts since KSAC radio first went on the air in 1924. Send comments, questions or requests for copies of past programs to ksrenews@ksu.edu. K‑State Research and Extension is a short name for the K ...
 
On Agency Rockstars, your host, Dan Moyle, encourages entrepreneurs and freelancers to share their journeys and expertise to discuss the power of B2B marketing. We cover topics like business challenges, leadership, niching, and of course, B2B marketing in various industries today. We’ll also let our guests share on the subjects they’re well-known for. No matter the topic, you’ll be hearing real stories from real people.
 
This series teaches how to fix healthy fast food through nutrition information, easy recipes and simple meal plans in just 10 minutes a week. The 115 recipes are all wheat-free, gluten-free, sugar-free, artificial sweetener-free and guilt-free! Go to http://www.HealthyEatingOnTheRun.com for more details. The videos help health conscious people have the nutrition knowledge they need to obtain optimum health and wellness. There are videos that gives you the background information of why and ho ...
 
In this saga, the events that led to Eirik the Red’s banishment to Greenland are chronicled, as well as Leif Eirikson’s discovery of Vinland the Good (a place where wheat and grapes grew naturally), after his longboat was blown off-course. By geographical details, this place is surmised to be present-day Newfoundland, and is likely the first European discovery of the American mainland, some five centuries before Christopher Columbus’s journey.
 
The Bourbon Hunters podcast is a weekly long-form conversation hosted by Brett Bryan, Tyler Schaefer, and Dude Poole. Guests include friends, bartenders, distillers, bar and restaurant owners, along with other various bourbon enthusiasts. Discussions revolve around topical events and stories about daily life while tasting and sharing their thoughts on various bourbons.
 
The Portal is an exploration into discovery, including conversations with thought leaders. Host Eric Weinstein, Managing Director of Thiel Capital, brings his unique expertise and diverse roster of guests for a wide range of discussions, including science, culture, business, and capitalism. The show will feature people whose lives demonstrate that portals into what we would normally consider impossible, are indeed possible. Guests include presidential candidate Andrew Yang, NY Times bestsell ...
 
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Early season scouting is underway for some winter wheat crops, plus early emerged wheat and barley. That early scouting brings up questions such as, what happens to wheat or barley if it gets nipped by frost? What insects are a concern for this growing season? Jeremy Boychyn, agronomy extension specialist with Alberta Wheat and Barley... Read More…
 
Like the great Beatles albums of yesteryear, today we introduce Two Wood for a Wheat B-Sides, a collection of special guests and topics delivering you more content. Today Mitch Manzella joins Tony to talk Lost Ruins of Arnak and the absolute worst, cruelest, most despicable people in the entire world and how they found their way into the board gami…
 
It's easy to be a bit dismissive of cryptocurrencies. It feels like something that's happening in the distance, is quite confusing and can probably be left alone. But Masters Student at the University of Otago Campbell Miller thinks that's a mistake and he's set up a cryptocurrency club at the university to try and demystify crypto.…
 
It's easy to be a bit dismissive of cryptocurrencies. It feels like something that's happening in the distance, is quite confusing and can probably be left alone. But Masters Student at the University of Otago Campbell Miller thinks that's a mistake and he's set up a cryptocurrency club at the university to try and demystify crypto.…
 
Campaigners have been lying down on the cold, soggy grounds at Parliament calling for Pharmac's budget to be tripled to over three billion dollars within two years. Patient Voice Aotearoa is presenting a petition signed by more than 100,000 people - it states that New Zealanders are missing out on the most modern medicines and some are dying as a r…
 
The Government has announced a pay parity plan for some early childhood teachers worth $170 million. In a pre-Budget announcement this morning, the Education Minister Chris Hipkins said the government would help top up some salaries to help address the pay gap between early education, child care centres, and kindergartens. RNZ's education correspon…
 
The government is introducing regulations to cut the fees banks charge businesses when customers pay with credit or debit cards. The Commerce Commission will also be given powers to regulate and monitor the retail payments system. The Restaurant Association's chief executive Marisa Bidois told Max Towle the fees were costing businesses thousands of…
 
Businesses will pay lower fees on credit and debit card transactions, under new legislation announced today. These are the merchant service fees charged by banks - which have gone largely unregulated - leaving businesses spending more than they would in Australia, for instance. The Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister David Clark told Max Towle h…
 
Miranda Burdon's new but already internationally recognised plant-based food production company Food Nation puts plants front and centre of a plate. Miranda founded Food Nation with her sister Josie Lambert, and is a big fan of vegetables. Her favourite is the mushroom, which isn't completely surprising, as another of her roles is chair of family b…
 
In the pod today: the government makes it illegal for high-risk people to own firearms, we speak to Police Minister Poto Williams; when is a pay freeze a pay freeze? The union says it is. The Minister says it isn't - we ask an economist to call it; the award winning photographer running classes exclusively for women and how a dream came true for a …
 
Australia correspondent Bernard Keane joins Kathryn to look at what was in last night's Budget, delivered by Treasurer Josh Frydenberg and how it might affect the government's political fortunes. Australia's ban on travel from India has been labelled 'racist' by critics, but a legal bid to overturn it was thrown out by federal court.…
 
Organisations supporting a beverage container return scheme say opposition from the glass industry could derail the project at the eleventh hour. A container return scheme incentivises people to recycle by including a deposit into the price of the beverage, which is refunded when consumers return empty containers at recycling stations. But the Zero…
 
As more banks shut up shop around the country, there are increasing calls for the industry to find a solution to a lack of service in rural areas. Earlier this year Kiwibank confirmed it would close seven branches - five of which are located in the regions - and in March a petition was delivered to Parliament on behalf of 33 mayors urging banks to …
 
Congestion charging, water metering and hiking the cost of parking are among a range of proposals set out by the Infrastructure Commission in its 30 year draft strategy, released today. The strategy calls for an overhaul of the way the country's infrastructure is planned, prioritised and built. The Commission says years of under-investment means th…
 
Rugby fans can start firming up their women's World Cup plans after the new dates for the tournament were unveiled on Wednesday morning. The ninth women's Rugby World Cup will be played in Auckland and Whangarei from 8 October 2022, with the final set down for Eden Park on Saturday 12 November. Two months ago, World Rugby announced it was postponin…
 
With fresh elections called in Samoa purportedly to break the month-long deadlock between the two major parties, only the caretaker HRPP government is campaigning. The newcomer FAST party, which has the same number of seats as the government is challenging the legality of a new ballot this weekand says the deadlock should be decided in the courts a…
 
The Australian government has released its latest budget, spending billions to stimulate a pandemic-hit economy. There are boosts for aged care, mental health, pre-school education and shovel-ready infrastructure projects. There's also a promise of 250,000 new jobs by 2023. Canberra correspondent Kerry-Anne Walsh spoke to Gyles Beckford.…
 
The amount of money the Ministry of Social Development has paid out to help people with car repairs has tripled in the last six years. Demand for hardship assistance remains high: in the year to March, close to $865 million was spent providing grants, loans and advances to cover things like food and emergency accommodation - up $200 million on the …
 
More details are emerging of people in small towns getting Covid-19 vaccinations more quickly than originally planned under the government's priorities list. Whanganui DHB says it plans to offer jabs to whole communties along the Whanganui River Road, and also Ratana in the next few weeks. Reefton people can get vaccinated tomorrow, regardless of t…
 
The Black Caps are losing the services of one of their most reliable performers of the last decade after BJ Watling announced his retirement from all cricket this morning. The pugnacious wicket keeper was a central figure in New Zealand's rise in the test rankings, whether as an accomplished glove man or a gritty middle-order batsman. In 73 tests, …
 
Sobering new evidence has been presented to the Royal Commission of Inquiry into Abuse in Care. Keith Wiffin was sent to Epuni Boys Home when he was 10, and sexually abused by a housemaster, Alan Moncrieff-Wright, who was later convicted of assaulting three boys, including Wiffin. In new evidence to the inquiry yesterday, Keith Wiffin said there is…
 
Public sector unions have welcomed what they say is a softened stance from the government around the pay restrictions announced last week. A series of crisis talks at parliament yesterday left the various unions satisfied the government didn't intend its announcement to mean a three-year pay freeze for workers, as had been widely interpreted. It wa…
 
The New Zealand Super Fund has invested almost $400,000 dollars in a company that has supplied combat aircraft to the Myanmar military. Those investments are just a tiny slice of the $100 million of shares the fund has in long list of companies with current and historic links to the violence-ridden country. A military coup in February ousted the el…
 
The holy month of Ramadan is coming to a close for millions of Muslims worldwide. The festival involves a month of fasting - believers do not eat or drink anything during daylight hours. Eleisha Foon spent an evening with the family of Christchurch mosque attack survivor Farid Ahmed during iftar - the breaking of the fast after sun down.…
 
There are fears that proposed new gun laws aiming to curb gang violence will affect Māori with only loose connections to gangs. Offences that could lead to the Firearms Prohibition Order include participating in an organised crime group or gang, and serious firearms or violence offences. The Green Party welcomes the legislation in general but warns…
 
The situation in Israel and Palestine has continued to deteriorate this morning. The latest escalation occured when a 13-storey tower in Gaza containing apartments and offices used by Hamas collapsed after being struck by rockets. Residents of the building had been ordered to evacuate an hour and a half before the air strike occured. Hamas launched…
 
The Auditor-General's Office wants the criteria for the wage subsidy scheme tightened up, amid concerns the Ministry of Social Development hasn't done enough to claw back money from businesses that wrongly received it. An inquiry into how the scheme has been managed praised the speed at which the Ministry approved funds when Covid-19 hit, but the A…
 
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