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As the saying goes, something new every day. Listen to thought-provoking conversations with people who have something to share about their lives, about what connects heart, mind and soul, and values, culture and traditions.
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Wander and be enlightened by the endlessly fascinating inner universe that is the human body. We speak with experts, Nobel laureates, cancer survivors and healthcare workers who share their unique perspectives on wellness and living and the latest medical research.
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Don’t be afraid of the arts. You too can enjoy it! Don't believe us? Tune in to Front Row to find out about the best shows and exhibitions that will recharge your brain and restore your spirit, as told by the producers, performers and artists themselves.
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BFM BUSINESS PARTENAIRE - Tech & Co Business, l'émission qui accompagne les entreprises dans leur transition numérique. Mettez-vous à l'heure du digital avec Frédéric Simottel, pour débattre autour de l'actualité numérique : cloud, drones, objets connectés, big data, etc. Le patron du XXIème siècle ne doit plus, ne peut plus ignorer les derniers développements en matière de technologies.
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The Evening Edition team restores sanity to your day even as you’re stuck in traffic trying to get home. And let's face it, who isn’t? We tackle the biggest headlines with analysis, updates and opinions, and get your take on all the issues that matter most. And as a bonus: the stories are soundtracked to BFM's distinctive music and tunes! The Evening Edition runs the gamut, bringing you current affairs stories, in-depth interviews, and a slice of pop culture as you wind down for the day.
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Dovish or hawkish? Over or underweight? Bull or Bear? Investor paralysis? We speak to leading local and foreign analyst to find out how the different asset classes and markets will react to the latest news, results and even geopolitical events.
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As beautiful and bustling KL is, the capital city can also be scary & intimidating place for many. Providing a helping hand to explore the undiscovered gems and stories from in and around the greater valley is I Love KL, the show that brings you closer to the people and places of our beloved capital.
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The flagship entrepreneurship show on BFM, featuring personal business stories from early stage start-ups, all the way to billionaire octogenarians in Malaysia and abroad. Notable guests include Martin Cooper (father of the mobile phone), Julian Assange (founder of WikiLeaks), Ralph Henry Baer (father of video games), Tony Buzan (Mindmap Guru), Isaac Tigrett (Hard Rock Cafe founder), Robert Kiyosaki (Financial Guru), Nick Vujicic (motivational speaker) and more. Tap into this valuable resour ...
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Singles not enough? Each week a local artist sits down with Zazi to go track-by-track through their recently released album. Part of bFM's new release show Totally Wired with Hunter and thanks to NZOnAir Music.
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Listen back to features and interviews from 95bFM's daily news and current affairs show. Rosetta Stone, Nicholas Lindstrom, Rawan Saadi, and Jessica Hopkins focus on the issues of Tāmaki Makaurau and elsewhere in independent-thinking bFM style. Monday-Thursday 12-1pm on 95bFM.
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Sharper and stronger than a double espresso. The Morning Run stretches your mind and braces you for the business day. It's your fast track into work where you can hit the ground running. From 6am to 10am weekdays, the Morning Run brings you the biggest stories and must-listen-to interviews. Stay enlightened, make educated business and investment decisions.
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The 95bFM Top Ten counts down the best tunes from the bFM playlist as chosen by you, with up and coming picks thrown in between for good measure by your hosts, Annabel & Callum. Broadcast from Auckland, New Zealand on Wednesdays from 7pm. To vote head to http://95bfm.com/top10
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This podcast presents current challenges and solutions through insightful discussions with key industry experts. Each episode is hosted by a member of the Built for Marketing team and explores a range construction, building products and built environment topics.
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The ScreenME Podcast is all about entrepreneurship, particularly within the creative and media industry. Through her accessible, easy-to-understand approach, the host, Ulrike Rohn, engages in captivating conversations with individuals who bring inspiration and knowledge to the world of entrepreneurship, including start-up entrepreneurs and those dedicated to teaching the entrepreneurial mindset. Hailing from Tallinn University, where Ulrike Rohn is Professor of Media Management and Media Eco ...
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He loved movies so much, he moved to the movies. Now based in Hollywood, Fabian Fanboy returns to the bFM Breakfast fold as our *exclusive entertainment correspondent in Fabian's Hollywood. Every Friday at 7:40am. *may not be exclusive
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Season Two: the Book of Daelen Gault. During the waning months of the Clone Wars Daelen Gault's young Padawan is taken captive be nefarious forces. The Book of Daelen Gault stars Rob Hunter as Jedi Knight Daelen Gault, Paden Castle as used starship salesman Ghruul, Justin Chapman as the bounty hunter Kreedo, Richard Caposell as Jedi Knight Kenari, and Zakk Saam as the Galaxy Master. Season One: The Book of Syu Zee. The Clone Wars have ended, and the Jedi Purge has just begun. Set three years ...
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Conversations about the intersections of media, culture and technology in New Zealand, hosted by Duncan Greive, founder of The Spinoff. Brought to you by The Spinoff Podcast Network in partnership with Ooh!media
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The Breakspoll Breakthrough DJ award winning DJ team Apply the Breaks present the A.t.B Podcast. Subscribe and new shows will download automatically. Featuring the best in upfront and classic Breaks, Breakbeat and Nu Skool Breaks and Bass.
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Cave Crew Radio. Its a man thang! Now live Friday 8pm eastern on www.cavecrewradio.com, shock talk radio at its best. Join your hosts Brian Crean aka the Big B (Metal Thunder Radio), and Double K aka DK (Double Talk Radio). Find out what really gets talked about in the man cave. Weird News, Hot topics, trending news, beer, and the likes are always on topic. 90 minutes of mayhem, Guest co hosts, open studio lines and an interactive chatroom. What's the Cave Crew got cooking this week? Tune in ...
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Welcome to BlueDeck. A weekly podcast featuring an eclectic, uplifting mixture of music from today's most exciting independent artists. If you're ready to add new music to your libraries you have come to the right place. Strap in, sit back and turn it up loud.
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The barefoot movement podcast is dedicated to empowering you, to take control of your body, helping to support yourself naturally from the ground up. Join Paul Thompson – The Barefoot Podiatrist fortnightly as he explores through his and his guests expertise and experiences , how you too can live a Barefoot Lifestyle to reduce pain and improve performance. Build a body that supports you, not a body that relies on support!
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Welcome to the Blended Families Ministry™ website. We are pleased you have come to visit us. We are dedicated to the restoration and reconciliation of blended families. We offer curriculum for individual and group study that is certified for credit at the Phoenix University of Theology. We also have several pages on Facebook available for the discussion of specific issues you may have relating to Blended Family. Welcome to the Blended Families Ministry™ https://www.blendedfamiliesministry.or ...
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The Director-General of the World Health Organisation, Dr Tedros Adhanom Gebreyesus, recently reiterated that the next pandemic is not a matter of if, but when. His warning was merely the latest of what experts have been saying for years that pandemics will only become more common and that we must be prepared for the next Disease X, a new pathogen …
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Wendy's has announced that they are going to be implementing surge pricing in selected locations next year, which has predictably prompted outcry and accusations of predatory pricing. We discuss how this differs from surge pricing in transportation and cinemas, and whether this might be the way of the future. Image Credit: Ralf Liebhold, Shuttersto…
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On the second day of the Parliamentary sitting, the agenda included labour shortages afflicting the palm oil industry, avoiding presumptions on the impact of abolishing the government servant pension scheme, as well as the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security's efforts to develop home-grown shallots. Then, we get into the chaos that ensued aft…
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The Japanese contradiction is leaving many observers scratching their heads: despite its economy falling into a technical recession and weak economic data, the stock market has never been stronger with the Nikkei surpassing 1989 highs. What explains the dissonance between markets and the economy? We ask economist Norihiro Yamaguchi from Oxford Econ…
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The legal fraternity is convening in Sabah this week for the Borneo Rainforest Law Conference 2024, spotlighting issues related to environmental conservation. As rising climate change risk underscores the importance of conserving the environment, are Malaysia’s environmental laws sufficient to meet these challenges and how can our legal framework b…
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Duncan Greive jumps on the mic to offer an immediate analysis of this morning's devastating news regarding the future of Three, which signalled that Newshub and much of its local programming will soon be coming to and end. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy The Spinoff
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The 1st of March will see the sales and services tax (SST) rate rising from 6 to 8%. With two days to go, the government has announced an expansion in the scope of SST to include most categories of maintenance and repair jobs. We ask Alan Chung, Senior Executive Director of Indirect Tax and Transfer Pricing Practices, Grant Thornton Malaysia to cla…
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The 15th Parliament reconvened for its first meeting of the third session on Monday, with the Yang di-Pertuan Agong Sultan Ibrahim delivering his inaugural royal address. What were the key takeaways and how does this set the tone for this sitting's parliamentary proceedings? Political scientist Dr. Syaza Syukri of UIA discusses the expectations for…
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The public service commission recently conducted a review into the Accredited Employer Work Visa, a visa scheme given to foreign workers with job offers from New Zealand-based employers. The review was conducted following a number of incidents, where migrant workers in Aotearoa were found to have been exploited by their employers, with some paying …
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New research looking into vaccination hesitancy in Aotearoa has been released from the University of Auckland. The research was prompted by lower rates of vaccination following the covid-19 pandemic. The research aimed to uncover what was most important to Kiwi’s considerations around vaccination. Nicholas spoke to lead investigator Associate Profe…
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On Wednesday the 21st of February New Zealand was shocked to learn of the sudden passing of Greens MP Fa'anānā Efeso Collins. Efeso began his career as a youth worker before joining the Auckland Council as a councillor for the Manukau ward. He later ran for Mayor with the endorsement of both Labour and the Greens, before campaigning for the Green p…
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As a new batch of freshers begin university, we return to the basic fundamentals of protests. Sofia spoke to veteran activist and Head Chair of the Palestine Solidarity Network Aotearoa John Minto about the hows, whys, and whens of protesting, narrowing in on the current Palestine protests occuring across the country. They discuss historic legislat…
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Nicholas speaks up with the Green Party's Dr Shane Reti about the passing of Greens MP Fa'anānā Efeso Collins. Nicholas also spoke to Associate Professor at the University of Auckland Amy Chan on new research into vaccine hesitancy. Sofia spoke to veteran activist and Head Chair of the Palestine Solidarity Network Aotearoa John Minto about the hows…
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The informal employment landscape in Malaysia represents a significant and dynamic component of the labour market, reflecting both the economy's adaptability and the challenges facing its workforce. These workers often face precarious conditions, including low wages, limited access to benefits, and vulnerability to economic shocks, which calls for …
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For many parents of children with rare diseases, the journey from discovering their child’s symptoms to finding a definite diagnosis is often long and arduous. Parents often go from doctor to doctor to figure out what is happening to their child, and because of the nature of these diseases, most doctors aren’t able to quickly pick up on the nature …
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Chinese equities markets rebounded strongly after the Lunar New Year holidays on the back of stimulus. Carlos Casanova, Senior Economist, UBP tell us if this momentum can continue as we await PPI data that will be released on later this week. He also shares his views on the Ringgit and is the claims of its weakness exaggerated? Image Credit: Shutte…
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Phison Electronics is a global leader in chip designing and manufacturing, and 1 out of every 4 Solid-state drives in the world is Phison’s. Malaysian-born CEO Dato’ Pua Khein Seng joins us to share their diversification efforts, the impact of US-China tensions and plans to re-establish an integrated circuit (IC) design hub in Malaysia. See omnystu…
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In April 2023, Malaysia passed the bill for the mandatory death penalty to be repealed, marking a significant step forward for human rights advocates. But that is only the first step towards the complete abolishment of the death penalty in Malaysia, which can still be handed down for several crimes. We speak to Katrina Jorene Maliamauv of Amnesty I…
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Founded in 2015, Carpedia is a gig talent platform for logistic players which aims to play a role as a reliable provider of delivery manpower resources, priding itself on “simple gig jobs almost anyone can do”, requiring nothing more than a valid driving licence, ensuring that work can start within 48 hours of registration. Given that the gig econo…
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A tweet by @mysteriouskats poses the question: Can an online relationship forged on social media be as meaningful and rich, as the friendships we make in real life? We discuss it from the perspective of shared interests and intellectual connections, and hear from listeners about how they feel! Image Credit: Geralt, Pixabay See omnystudio.com/listen…
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Parliament is back in session, with this sitting set to last all the way until 27th of March 2024. The MPs discussed a bunch of topics, including cost of living issues and how the National Action Council on Cost of Living will help with that, online scams as well as the ruling by the Federal Court that nullified 16 provisions under the Kelantan Sya…
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Malaysia is emerging as a major hub for higher education with the establishment of foreign university branch campuses, many ranked in the top 100 globally. How do these international branch campuses (IBC) impact the academic landscape? We speak to Dr. Sharifah Munirah Alatas, Independent Scholar and Deputy Chair of the Malaysian Academic Movement (…
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The US-China trade tensions are showing no signs of abating. And the rivalry between the two major powers are putting pressure on the smaller nations, particularly in Southeast Asia. We will be speaking to Chong Ja Ian, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, National University of Singapore on how Malaysia and other nations can lever…
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Asia is home to around 63% of the world’s commercial laying hens, but the vast majority of them are confined to battery cages. How do different countries stack-up in terms of encouraging cage-free practices and regulating for better welfare conditions in the poultry industry? We get insights from the latest Asia Cage-Free Benchmark report with Jona…
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For Dear Science this week, Dr Cushla McGoverin chatted with news and editorial director Jessica Hopkins about Northern Patagonian rock art, an inchworm-inspired robot with enhanced transport capabilities, and the FDA approving the first medication to treat severe frostbite. Producer Castor spoke to National’s James Meager about gang patch legislat…
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In our weekly interview with National’s James Meager, producer Castor began with National’s promised ban on wearing gang patches in public. The ban is due to come later this year as part of a bundle of legislation aimed at reducing gang presence in communities. A similar law was passed by the Whanganui District Council in 2009, which was later revi…
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Last week, a public servant at the Ministry of Health who leaked an official document was dismissed. The leaked document showed the Associate Minister of Health, Casey Costello, requesting advice on freezing the annual increase in tobacco excise tax. Health Coalition Aotearoa has released a consultation document advocating options to address and im…
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Harriet Fraser-Barbour of Aussie band Workhorse is in Aotearoa following two weekends of shows at the legendary Camp A Low Hum. She speaks with Rachel about the festival experince and her shows in Tāmaki Makaurau this week. Catch her playing Whammy Backroom this Thursday with Danika and Jazmine Mary, and Ding Dong lounge on Friday with Babe Martin,…
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Last week, the Auckland War Memorial Museum announced it would be moving from what it calls a "colonial museum" to a Te Tiriti-centric approach. News and Editorial Director Jessica Hopkins spoke to Valerie Morse from Peace Action Wellington about their response to this move and why it is necessary.
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On the back of the newly introduced Industrial Master Plan 2030 (IMP 2030), the policy targets an increase in revenue by more than RM580 billion by 2030 and is set to generate 3.3 million high-skilled jobs within this sector. The IMP 2030 aligns with the goals set in the Industry 4WRD, which is to digitally transform the manufacturing sector and bo…
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Global outstanding sukuk is approximately 850 billion US dollars at end-2023 and is expected to reach tremendous growth as shariah compliant financial instruments become increasingly mainstream. Bashar Al Natoor, Global Head of Islamic Finance at Fitch Ratings shares with us what the sukuk pricing trend will be as we enter rate cut cycle, and how M…
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The heart is one of the most vital organs in our body, working day and night from the moment we are born to pump blood throughout our body. But for a small number of individuals, from the moment they’re born, their hearts don’t work like they should because the structure of the heart is abnormal. These individuals are diagnosed with congenital hear…
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With the benchmark Stoxx 600 index reaching a two-year high, European markets look bullish with opportunities abound. Joe Quinlan, Chief Market Strategist, US Trust-BOA Private Wealth Management breaks down the underlying themes, and weighs in on the UK including the FTSE and Sterling Pound. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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In today’s world, it’s hard to oversee how fast technology has grown in various businesses and now, it has become a necessity for companies to integrate modern technology into their daily operations, either from having robots in manufacturing or of course, the usage of AI. One of the pioneers in this space is Neuramatix, a Malaysian based technolog…
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Bak Kut Teh, along with 9 other dishes, including nasi ambeng, kuih lapis, mee kolok and burasak, has recently been declared a national heritage object. We discuss what it means to have dishes that tell the story of our country, and its heritage - and why claiming a dish as ours will always be a little tricky (and maybe even a little close-minded).…
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Electoral watchdog Bersih has announced a rally in front of Parliament, to pressure the government into carrying out political reforms. We speak to Faisal Aziz, chairperson of Bersih on what the group is calling for, and what they're hoping to get out of this protest. Note: In this interview, our guest referenced Lim Guan Eng's 2018 corruption tria…
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Donald Trump has secured another Republican nomination to be the GOP candidate for president after winning the South Carolina primary. However, the only contender left, Nikki Haley, isn't giving up. John S Jackson, Visiting Professor at Southern Illinois University, analyses if the former South Carolina governor still stands a chance and what a Tru…
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Recently a restaurant chain came under fire for deducting salaries due to medical leave taken or frequent visits to the washrooms during working hours. Sunitha Ruthram, Advocate & Solicitor of Sunitha Ruthram & Co tells us what are the rights of the employees under the Act and what are the remedial actions they can take if those rights are infringe…
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Russia may have invaded Ukraine on Feb 24, 2022, but the war really started ten years ago in 2014, with the annexation of Crimea. Denys Mykhailiuk, Chargé d'Affaires at the Ukrainian Embassy in Malaysia talks to us about his countrymen's fight to expel Russian troops and take back its territory, as military aid from its western allies begin to hit …
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Bill Kerton's career began 40 years ago, at the very dawn of New Zealand commercial radio. Since then he has played crucial roles at peak bFM, introduced Jeremy Wells to television and has one of the most impressive hands-on CVs in reality TV. On the occasion of production powerhouse Greenstone's 30th birthday, he sits down with Duncan Greive to ta…
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Today Enterprise Explores 5 Ideas to shakeup the Start-Up and funding here in Malaysia and Southeast Asia with Dr Sivapalan Vivekarajah, Senior Partner & Co-Founder, ScaleUp Malaysia Accelerator. Post-pandemic, startups now find themselves navigating through an uncertain environment courtesy of the higher interest rate environment, funding winter, …
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Today Enterprise Explores 5 Ideas to shakeup the Start-Up and funding here in Malaysia and Southeast Asia with Dr Sivapalan Vivekarajah, Senior Partner & Co-Founder, ScaleUp Malaysia Accelerator. Post-pandemic, startups now find themselves navigating through an uncertain environment courtesy of the higher interest rate environment, funding winter, …
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