Best auckland podcasts we could find (Updated September 2017)
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Auckland Zen Centre: Weekly Podcasts
Weekly
 
Teishos and Dharma Talks from Auckland Zen Centre, Auckland, NZ, by Sensei Amala Wrightson, Richard von Sturmer and others. Visit www.aucklandzen.org.nz
 
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RNZ: Auckland Stories
Daily+
 
Short form documentaries about life in the Auckland region.
 
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Equippers Church Auckland
Weekly+
 
Equippers is led by Pastors Sam and Kathy Monk. Pastor Sam is the leader of Equippers, which spans across the nations of New Zealand, Tonga, England, Switzerland, Germany and the Philippines. At Equippers we love God and are passionate about seeing people equipped for life through faith in Jesus Christ. The Auckland Equippers Church is a thriving Church of different cultures, backgrounds and people of all ages. It's a Church that feels like home, where you're part of a big family. It's a pla ...
 
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Auckland Conversations
Rare
 
Welcome to Auckland Conversations, where you are invited to join those creating the world’s most liveable cities.From exploring the implications of climate change to discussing the virtues of public art, our series of free Auckland Conversations events have brought influential speakers and world-class ideas to the people of Auckland from leaders and experts in design, planning, heritage, environment and socio-economics. Now you can join the conversation from wherever you are by streaming Auc ...
 
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Horizon Church - Auckland
Weekly
 
From Heaven to Earth
 
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Auckland Writers Festival
Monthly+
 
Podcast by Auckland Writers Festival
 
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Equippers Church Auckland
Weekly+
 
Equippers Church is a whole heap of friends championing one another to go higher in Christ.
 
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Auckland Libraries
Monthly
 
The Auckland Libraries podcast is a collection of live recordings of exciting events that our organisation has recently put on. You can catch up on great author talks and concerts that you might have missed. You can find out more information about our upcoming events at our library website: www.aucklandlibraries.govt.nz
 
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Auckland Cricket Podcast
Monthly
 
Funnily enough, it's about cricket! A show that talks about what's happening, who's performing and who's not, and all done with a healthy dose of New Zealand cricket fan humour/realism...go on, you'll enjoy it!
 
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This Week in Auckland Property
Monthly
 
We examine what has made the news this week in and around Auckland Real Estate. We want to bring you interviews with property commentators, MP’s, urban planners and all sorts of other professionals involved in the Auckland Property Market. This podcast is brought to you by Jafa Homes, check us out at http://www.jafahomes.co.nz
 
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Mt Albert Baptist - Auckland NZ
 
We are a "Come as You are", but not a "Stay as You Are" Church. We are committed to helping you be a follower of Jesus, whether you are exploring Christianity or have journeyed with Christ for a number of years. We are located in Mt Albert, Auckland, New Zealand.
 
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Auckland Writers Festival » Podcasts
 
Auckland Writers Festival is New Zealand’s premiere festival of books and ideas, delivering a vibrant programme of events each May. The world’s writers and thinkers explore ideas, share stories, debate issues, perform, entertain crowds and generate brilliant conversations about fiction, non-fiction, science, economics, politics, music, the media, film, art, history, poetry, religion and much more Subscribe to this channel for exclusive talks from some of our biggest events.
 
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Audio podcast - C3 Auckland
 
 
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Auckland Ev Church
Weekly
 
Weekly teaching from Auckland Ev Church and unichurch
 
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RNZ: Smart Talk at the Auckland Museum
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A series of panel discussions recorded before an audience at the Auckland Museum, as part of the popular LATE at the Museum evenings.
 
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St Paul's Auckland podcast
Weekly
 
Sunday gathering talks from St Paul's Church, Auckland, New Zealand.
 
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Podcasts - Auckland Church
Monthly+
 
 
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Auckland 80s Podcast
Weekly+
 
The Flashback 40
 
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Podcasts - Auckland Church
Monthly+
 
 
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The Auckland Property Report
Weekly
 
The Property Podcast reports on real estate, banking and finance in New Zealand – with a focus on Auckland – and is presented by business reporter Steve Hart.
 
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West Auckland Vineyard Podcast
Weekly
 
We just want to tell people about God's love and a life changing relationship with Jesus.
 
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Big Screen Auckland
Monthly+
 
Two film fans get together almost weekly to discuss what they've seen, what they liked (or not), what else is on that interests them and what is coming up on Auckland's Big Screens.
 
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The Auckland Property Report
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The Property Podcast reports on real estate, banking and finance in New Zealand – with a focus on Auckland – and is presented by business reporter Steve Hart.
 
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C3 Church North Shore Auckland NZ
 
Faith, hope, love.
 
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The Global House Party - The Very Best in House and Deep House
 
The Global House Party, your weekly dose of the very best in House & Deep House music, brought to you by The DJ Book. The Global House Party is a weekly syndicated radio show and podcast presented by Producer Matt, bringing you the latest and very best in House and Deep House music. For more info visit djbook.co/radio
 
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West Auckland Vineyard Church's posts
Weekly
 
West Auckland Vineyard Church's recent posts to audioboom.com
 
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Auckland Zen Centre: Suggestions for Beginners
 
Talks by Sensei Amala Wrightson and Richard von Sturmer given at the Auckland Zen Centre, www.aucklandzen.org.nz
 
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Podcasts - Starlight Media House - Virtual Marketing Team, Takapuna Auckland
 
Blog entries categorized under Podcasts
 
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Pedro's Podcast
Daily+
 
 
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Talks on the Precepts and Buddhist Ethics
 
Talks by Sensei Amala Wrightson of the Auckland Zen Centre on the Buddhist Ethical Precepts and on Jukai (Taking-the-Precepts Ceremony).
 
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Jenny Oliver's Podcast
Daily+
 
 
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Illegal Argument
Monthly
 
Mark, Greg, and Peter's bi-weekly discussion about topics relating to the Java/JVM space with an Auckland and New Zealand focus.
 
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Manurewa Baptist Church
Monthly+
 
This online publication contains the weekly teachings from Manurewa Baptist Church in South Auckland, New Zealand.
 
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Future News
Daily+
 
James Kristie and Tom discuss sci-fi over coffee.
 
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The Moxie Sessions Podcast
Rare
 
If you are into the Internet, New Zealand's economic prospects and public policy, then chances are this is a good thing for you. The Moxie Sessions Podcast is the companion show to the Moxie Sessions, a monthly tech economy discussion event held in Auckland, New Zealand. The point of the Moxie Sessions is to bring together a group of interesting business thinkers from across the economy to talk about issues relevant to how New Zealand can best take advantage of the opportunities presented by ...
 
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Glenfield Presbyterian Church Podcasts
 
Weekly sermon podcasts from Glenfield Presbyterian Church in Auckland, New Zealand.
 
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Single at 35
Daily+
 
Single at 35 is fortnightly podcast featuring 3 New Zealand Males in their 30s who have exited long term relationships and find themselves single for the first time.
 
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Jomjak limsawat's Podcast
Daily+
 
 
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ACMC 主日證道 - Chinese Methodist Church in New Zealand Incorporated
 
Recording from the morning service
 
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95bFM — Artbank
Weekly
 
Artbank is a weekly arts magazine show run as a collective by artists and writers active in the Auckland arts community and beyond. We are independent of any art institutions, galleries or funding bodies. We therefore aim to provide a unique and engaged perspective with a view to giving our audience access to a few of the multiple voices of the arts communities in Aotearoa.
 
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Manukau New Life Church
Weekly
 
In 1972 David & Margaret McCracken began New Life Christian Centre in Manurewa reaching out to the people of South Auckland with the good news of Jesus Christ. As time went on the benefits and safety of belonging to a larger family of churches became desirable, leading us to become a part of the New Life Churches movement. In 1988 Jim & Anneke Shaw were handed the leadership of the church and in 2011 the leadership was handed to Stephen & Susan Miller. Manukau New Life Church, as we are know ...
 
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Beyond the Mat: On LIFE with Two Feet Yoga
Weekly
 
Join us each week as we chat to our favourite teachers, studio owners and lifestyle brands as they share their stories and inspire YOU on and off the mat. For show notes and to find out more about us, head to www.twofeetyoga.com.au/podcast/
 
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Politics and the City
Monthly+
 
A podcast about Auckland politics
 
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Snacks and Chats
Monthly
 
Snacks and Chats, Season 1: But where are you really from?A serious podcast, with a silly name. Lani and Ben begin each episode by asking creative New Zealanders how they tackle that loaded question, “Where are you from?” and the stories go from there.
 
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NZPETeachercast
Monthly
 
NZPETeachercast is a podcast focusing on educators and teachers from New Zealand and around the world. We hear about the challenges and successes they are having while engaging in their passion of teaching.
 
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Wade Marriner's Podcast
Rare
 
Monthly DJ Mix of the latest House & Progressive. Use the hashtag #wademarriner on twitter & facebook.
 
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DJ EAKUT Podcast
Daily+
 
MIXTAPES, LIVE CLUB SETS AND MIX SESSIONS
 
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The Watercooler
Monthly
 
Inspired by many well-known storytelling events and podcasts held worldwide (The Moth, This American Life), The Watercooler is a platform for people from all walks to tell stories both true and imagined. Storytellers are given a simple brief to share a story inspired by the month’s theme, whether based on real-life experiences or entirely fictional.Recorded live at BATS Theatre (Wellington) and Basement Theatre (Auckland).Want to share your story? Register your interest to speak at a future ...
 
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Illegal Argument
Monthly
 
Mark, Greg, and Peter's bi-weekly discussion about topics relating to the Java/JVM space with an Auckland and New Zealand focus.
 
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95bFM - The Wire
Daily+
 
Get your fix of news, current affairs and analysis on 95bFM, an independent radio station in Auckland, New Zealand.
 
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RNZ: Custom Podcast - panel
 
The fallout of the fuel pipeline puncture in Auckland continues with petrol stations now running out of gas. It's even forced government employees to restrict their travels. So how damaging is this for National?
 
The petrol industry is reassuring Aucklanders the city won't run out of fuel while the Marsden Pt pipeline is out of action but the disruption for airline passengers continues. The city's petrol pumps are being topped up by petrol tankers from the refinery at Whangarei and the port of Tauranga at Mount Maunganui. Defence Force drivers are being ...…
 
It's estimated two-thousand passengers a day will be affected by the jet fuel shortage at Auckland Airport.
 
It's estimated two-thousand passengers a day will be affected by the jet fuel shortage at Auckland Airport. Is a rural-urban divide emerging this election campaign? Questions around TV show The Block's auction process.A former contestant James Steele and aubtioneer Mark McGoldrick tell us what they think.…
 
Sunday sermons from Church Unlimited in Auckland, New Zealand.
 
Sunday sermons from Church Unlimited in Auckland, New Zealand.
 
What do The Evil Dead, Zena, Spartacus and an immersive 80s extravaganza live theater spectacular have in common? If you guessed Rob Tapert, you've got the chocolate fish. It's very exciting to get a chance to talk to a person who's brought about a billion dollars of overseas investment to New Zealand; jobs, he's helped build an industry career ...…
 
On our coverage on the lead up to election day we are focusing on a different issue each week. This week we are taking a look at liveability. Producer Lucy Austin talked to Aucklanders about their views on livability. Reuben McLaren also had a chat with Moira Lawler from Lifewise charitable trust to get an overview of New Zealand's livability c ...…
 
Sunday's are always a great day to kick back and listen / watch Rural Exchange (REX).We discussed everything from feeding calves, life in the Marlborough Sounds, Zespri being a rockstar of the Kiwifruit industry, the positives we are doing on water quality in the regions, Auckland urban schools experiencing farming & the production of our food, ...…
 
Sunday sermons from Church Unlimited in Auckland, New Zealand.
 
Kevin Bridges is Scotland’s biggest comedy export. Dubbed ‘brilliant’ by Billy Connolly, Kevin made his debut at The Edinburgh Playhouse on Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow in 2009. Overnight success followed with Kevin selling out his run at the Edinburgh Festival in just one day! Kevin Bridges New Zealand TourSep 25 - Christchurch's Horncas ...…
 
 
Passage Link
 
It’s party time in Canada as the nation’s year-long birthday bash rolls on. The French may have staked their claim nearly five hundred years ago, but Canada as we know it, is only 150 years old. And it’s that celebration of the nation’s Confederation that has further fired up the travel boom to Canada. Kiwis are part of that global love affair ...…
 
Thank you for continuing to listen to each and every episode. Wishing you and your families love and serenity. This episode celebrates Deep House with an infusion of African Beats, Classical Blues, Disco, Funk, Jazz, Latin, Soul, Techno and UK Garage music from Antarctica, Auckland, Barcelona, Berlin, Brasilia, Cape Town, Chicago, Detroit, Duba ...…
 
On this episode we catch up with our friends in low places, characters such as Mark Wilson from Queenstown & Glenn Dick of Bayleys Marlborough​ as well as Brent Lilley from Farm Trader​.With one week to go to the 2017 New Zealand election we speak to Newshub's Patrick Gower on the possibility of a New Zealand National Party​ / Green Party of Ao ...…
 
Sir Richard Faull is a neuroscientist and is highly regarded internationally for his research into the workings of the human brain. He is founder and director of the University of Auckland's Centre for Brain Research (CBR), director of the Neurological Foundation Human Brain Bank at the CBR, and instigated the annual Brain Day that invites the ...…
 
Daniel is in Auckland this morning, where we catch up with him about the polls, Labour’s RNZ+ policy, and changes at the Press.
 
Frustration from police as the synthetic drug death toll climbs.Police say synthetic drug users are dicing with death every time they light up.The substance has been linked to another three deaths in West Auckland, and the coroner's office is reviewing around 20 more deaths where the drug could've be used.Detective Inspector Scott Beard told Ch ...…
 
This week's cultural ambassador is Dr Kirsten Zemke, ethnomusicologist at Auckland University - back with more sonic adventures from the world of hip hop.
 
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Magic Portals
 
<3 Lorde, byname of Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O’Connor (born November 7, 1996, Takapuna, New Zealand), New Zealand singer-songwriter who was known for lyrics that exhibited a mature, jaded worldview. Lorde was raised in the suburbs of Auckland and demonstrated a knack for public performance at an early age. At age 12 she was signed to a developme ...…
 
Rutene Spooner grew up on the East Coast and he was so inspired by Hollywood and Broadway actor Hugh Jackman that he wrote a musical about him. Super Hugh-man makes its debut at the Auckland Live Cabaret Festival and brings together original songs, Kapa Haka and Broadway smash hits. Rutene performs live, explains to Zoë George why Hugh Jackman ...…
 
Ngozi Penson is a member of the International Coach Federation, a non-profit organisation dedicated to professional coaching. She grew up in Nigeria and currently based in Auckland, New Zealand. She is especially skilled at working with women who want to gain confidence in new areas like personal development or starting and growing a business. ...…
 
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RNZ: Custom Podcast - panel
 
Mike Lee of the University of Auckland Business School on whether policy or personality wins when it comes to election votes.
 
Research claims the ideal age to marry and avoid divorcing is between 28 and 32. What the Panelists Michelle Boag and Brian Edwards want to talk about. Does the ink used in tattoos here contain a cancer-causing substance? Mike Lee of the University of Auckland Business School on whether policy or personality wins when it comes to election votes.…
 
Rugby professor Matthew Pearce is in Auckland ahead of the weekend's clash between South Africa's rejuvenated Springboks and rugby's World Champion All Blacks. When he was there for SuperSport a year ago, the ace commentator and pundit admits, the Boks were no hopers. But he's picked up a very different mood in the camp this year. And having go ...…
 
Today on the show Rob Bollocks sheds light on the discovery of a 14,000 year old village found in British Columbia; Dr. Maria Walls gives us her thoughts on bleak post-World War historical drama "Land of Mine"; and Phil Goff discusses whether quality and workmanship are being sacrificed in the Auckland building boom.…
 
Anything goes for Cole, a retelling of Cole Porter’s life, on at the Auckland Cabaret Festival and Christchurch Arts Festival. Love affairs, loss and toe tapping songs make up the show performed by award winning Australian performer Michael Griffiths. He explains how Porter got under his skin and why his musical genius is so nice to come home to.…
 
Auckland Symphony Orchestra is teaming up with some of the best DJs and vocalists in the country to bring top EDM hits to life with an orchestral accent.
 
We are continuing our series of conversations with arts spokespeople from some of New Zealand’s key political parties in the build-up to the general election. The Opportunities Party is the new player on the political scene. Mika Haka, who is running for Auckland Central, draws on his experience as a dancer and talks about why the Arts are impo ...…
 
Sunday sermons from Church Unlimited in Auckland, New Zealand.
 
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RNZ: Custom Podcast - panel
 
Mels Barton of the Tree Council talks about what went wrong in the Unitary plan leading to protected trees getting the chop in Auckland.
 
There seems to have been a shift in how we visually represent men and women in 2017. What the panelists Barry Corbett and Emma Espiner want to talk about. Mels Barton of the Tree Council talks about what went wrong in the Unitary plan leading to protected trees getting the chop in Auckland. Simon Duffy of Uniquely Nelson explains why rough slee ...…
 
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RNZ: Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm
 
Comparative physiologist, Tony Hickey of Auckland University tells us exactly how hibernation works... and how it could be the key to space travel, if only humans could do it!
 
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RNZ: Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm
 
Comparative physiologist, Tony Hickey of Auckland University tells us exactly how hibernation works... and how it could be the key to space travel, if only humans could do it!
 
Can hobbies save our souls? No. But could they help us on our way? Maybe... Today we open up the chat-station to discuss how we can waste our time wisely. Also, we're re-doing our FREE TEA GIVEAWAY from last week's episode! All you have to do is like the podcast, share it, and comment below!Peace, love, joy, and ponies.~The Chaplainsp.s. we're ...…
 
Traditional crafts are back in fashion. There's renewed appreciation for the hand made and bespoke, and that includes embroidery - a skill Aucklander Jo Dixey has brought very much into the 21st century with her streetwise designs and sense of fun. Jo travels the country hosting workshops and in her new book, Stitch People, she gives advice and ...…
 
Thank you for continuing to listen to each and every episode. Wishing you and your families love and serenity. This episode celebrates Deep House with an infusion of African Beats, Classical Blues, Disco, Funk, Jazz, Latin, Soul, Techno and UK Garage music from Antarctica, Auckland, Barcelona, Berlin, Brasilia, Cape Town, Chicago, Detroit, Duba ...…
 
Toni Bruce has been researching the mainstream media for more than 25 years and observing how it represents sport. A former sports journalist, she's now a professor at the University of Auckland's Faculty of Education and Social Work. Among her research topics are gender, disability, race and nationalism and on September 12 she'll be giving a l ...…
 
 
Passage Links: Psalm 86, 1 Peter 2:1-12
 
Jonathan Bielski, who began his career in theatre as a lighting designer in Palmerston North, has taken over the job of artistic director of the Auckland Arts Festival from Carla van Zon, and will lead programming of the 2018, 2019 and 2020 festivals. Most recently, Bielski was the project director for Auckland Theatre Company's new ASB Waterfr ...…
 
Judge Silvia Fernández de Gurmendi helped to set up the International Criminal Court, and it now its president. Her academic experience includes professorships of international criminal law at the universities of Buenos Aires and Palermo. Fernández was briefly in New Zealand this week to speak to the Auckland Law School, marking 15 years since ...…
 
Today we're talking action. The debate is over, it is just fact increasing diversity of gender, background and age in the decision making parts of organisations helps businesses do better. But still, as we've been exploring a lot lately, only one of the NZX top 50 listed companies is run by a woman. And less than twenty per cent of directors on ...…
 
As the commemoration of the Maori Land Wars approaches, one man's calling for a colonial monument to be removed.Shane Te Pou has asked Auckland Council to take down the statue of Colonel Marmaduke Nixon, who he describes as a thug and a murderer. LISTEN ABOVE TO THE FULL INTERVIEW WITH LARRY WILLIAMS…
 
Auckland resident and community activist, Shane Te Pou, today launched a petition urging the city’s mayor to relocate the Nixon Memorial.Listen above to responses from callers to Kerrie and Mark afternoons
 
PSYCHIC GLANDS: 14TH SEPTEMBER 2017
 
More funding is needed to halt the slide of New Zealand's universities down the world rankings.The call comes as Auckland University plunges to its lowest ever position on the Times Higher Education rankings, slipping 27 places to number 192.Vice-Chancellor Stuart McCutcheon said it's a trend that's affected all our universities."Unless New Zea ...…
 
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