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The Walk 365

Richie Carter & Michael Massey

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Welcome to The Walk 365 podcast where hosts Richie & Minister Mike, who are life-long friends who share the same Christian values and are both seeking a deeper relationship with God. Join them as they drop knowledge from their study of God’s word. For the next 365 days, they’re on a mission to study God’s word from cover-to-cover. Each week you’ll hear raw, unedited and thought-provoking conversations, as well as actionable tips and strategies that you can implement in your daily walk to bec ...
 
Open your mind to the world with New Zealand’s number one breakfast radio show. Without question, as New Zealand’s number one talk host, Mike Hosking sets the day’s agenda. The sharpest voice and mind in the business, Mike drives strong opinion, delivers the best talent, and always leaves you wanting more. The Mike Hosking Breakfast always cuts through and delivers the best daily on Newstalk ZB.
 
I’m Síle Seoige and thanks for checking out READY TO BE REAL.In this podcast series I chat to people of all walks of life; entertainers, politicians, health experts, activists, sports people, along with those who have extraordinary stories to tell.They all share a willingness to be open and honest and my hope is that these conversations will at times inspire, challenge, educate, comfort or simply entertain you.Occasionally, I also record some solo episodes and meditations too...along with to ...
 
What if the true path to manhood is different than what we’ve grown accustomed to? What do we do when we want to be a truly heroic man but don’t know how? Welcome to Heroic: A podcast about the surprising path to true manhood. Join Bill Delvaux as he engages in conversations about what it means to become truly heroic. One each episode Bill discusses an element of manhood with someone just like you: Someone who has endured hardship, experienced their own brokenness, and fought to become more ...
 
ABOUT: With over 13 years in Bangkok Thailand, Emanuel Skinner has become a household name and a house music icon locally and abroad. Originally from San Francisco and now a Phuket local sharing his vision and sound all across South East Asia . With over 20 years experience filling the best and biggest venues from Jakarta, Singapore, China, India, to South Korea, Bangladesh to Malaysia, the Maldives, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam and all over Thailand (Chang Mai, Koh Tao, Koh Samui, Phuket, Pat ...
 
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Police Minister Chris Hipkins has accused National MP Mark Mitchell of making comments that suggest diversity among police undermines confidence. Hipkins' comments on social media came after he and Mitchell clashed during an on-air interview on Newstalk ZB this morning. Hipkins tweeted that Mitchell "attacked" him during the interview for talking a…
 
Christianity is losing its lustre across the Tasman. The first numbers from the Australian 2021 census are out and it shows that for the first time, less than 50 percent of the population identify as Christian. 52 percent down to 44 percent. And the non-religious numbers are increasing – 39 percent compared to 30 percent in 2016. Professor Emeritus…
 
For me, the more interesting aspect of our Roe v Wade reaction is the intolerance of so many in a country that would argue the opposite. We love free speech, we love freedom of thought, and we love our ‘rights’, all of our ‘rights’, until of course it affects us or affronts us. Then we go nuts. I got a lot of reaction to the Simon O’Connor post on …
 
Since December the government has spent $1.2 billion on emergency housing, with a lot of it on housing people in motels around the country. There are currently 8000 households living in emergency housing around the country, working out to $150,000 spent on each household. Rotorua Lakes councillor and chair of Whanau Ora Merepeka Raukawa-Tait is rig…
 
Air New Zealand's Dreamliners are undergoing the airline's biggest cabin transformation in almost 20 years. The airline's new planes will be fitted with new-style seats throughout and will have an ultra-luxe business class area, the outdated herringbone layout in Business Premier is being modified, and there will be new areas for passengers further…
 
There's no guarantee Jacinda Ardern will come home from this week's visit to Europe with a free trade agreement with the EU. The Prime Minister is pushing the deal during meetings with European leaders. She's received support from Spanish President Pedro Sánchez‌ during a meeting in Madrid overnight, but other EU members are more reluctant to sign …
 
Health Minister Andrew Little is being accused of spending too much on reform, rather than access to healthcare. The country's 20 DHBs warned the Government a year ago of "critical workforce issues", calling it an "unsustainable situation". They wrote to the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment, warning some overloaded hospitals were at "…
 
Contact Energy says potential electricity shortages shouldn't worry people. It follows concerns being averted both last night and last week, after warnings there were risks of insufficient power generation and reserve to meet demand. Chief Executive Mike Fuge told Mike Hosking we're never close to the edge, as the country has a robust power system …
 
Part of the reason we started student loans is before that it was all funded by the taxpayer. So, like when anything is free, people just wandered off to university to see what it was all about, to see if there was anything they liked, and to just generally “discover themselves.“ That led to a tremendous number of people never completing anything, …
 
Phil Tippett is a Hollywood legend - he's an Oscar awarding-winning animator, visual artist and supervisor. He's known as the father of stop-motion animation and CGI - and is the man behind the stop motion characters in the Star Wars universe, the dinosaurs in Jurassic Park, and is behind RoboCop. He's taken home two Oscars, a BAFTA and two Emmys f…
 
Look no further than the mighty Hamilton for how a city survives during a pandemic when it isn't locked down. A recently released 2021 economic report shows that Hamilton has had the strongest economy compared to other cities. Since 2019 it's GDP has increased 4.3 percent - compared to 3.3 percent for Wellington, 3.1 percent for Christchurch, 0.4 p…
 
Just as the excitement was building for the first All Blacks test of the year - Covid has struck. Ian Foster and his assistants John Plumtree and Scott McLeod are out of action with the virus. Add to that midfielders David Havili and Jack Goodhue testing postive. Former Ireland coach Joe Schmidt is being brought in to help - but what does something…
 
ACT says Labour's attempt to change the rules around political party donations will have the opposite effect. Justice Minister Kiri Allan's Electoral Amendment Bill will lower the limit for public disclosure of donors from $15,000 to $5,000 by the 2023 election. But, ACT Party Leader David Seymour says no one gets any undue influence over any New Z…
 
Warnings from industry leaders that the housing crisis could deepen and property prices could spiral again, if new builds stall. The Master Builders Association says supply chain issues and rising material costs are behind a drop in sales and inquiries for new housing builds, as lending becomes tougher and banks want fixed-price contracts. Vice-Pre…
 
The head of the Defence Force says New Zealand's contribution to Ukraine is being appreciated. The Government is committing another $4.5 million towards non-lethal military aid. Ukrainians in New Zealand have criticised the Government for not providing more support, including lethal aid. But Air Marshal Kevin Short told Mike Hosking Ukraine and our…
 
An electoral law expert says New Zealand's threshold for anonymous donations is still higher than many countries. The Government has announced tighter party donation rules, including a requirement that all donors above $5,000 be identified. This was previously $15,000, but expert Graeme Edgeler told Mike Hosking it varies around the world. He says …
 
As if the Government didn’t have enough credibility issues, the inevitable Mahuta investigation has begun against the backdrop of the Prime Minister saying she had her full confidence. There is something not right about the whole Mahuta thing. The Foreign Affairs appointment came so far out of left field it made the Poto Williams appointment look l…
 
An interview for the history books. Wairarapa MP Kieran McAnulty has taken over Tim Shadbolt's world record for the longest live interview of all time. The Chief Labour whip told Mike Hosking doing the exercise was worth it. He says while it's quite a cool experience, it was primarily for raising money for the Rural Support Trust in which donations…
 
An argument is being made for us look at the correlation of home loan rates and the Official Cash Rate, after looking at the average floating rate above the OCR. The floating rate used to sit about 2 percent above the OCR, but over the last 15 years that has steadily increased to now sit around 4 percent. And on a $1.1 million home that can be the …
 
The 2022 State of Origin series is going to a series decider in Brisbane. The Maroons are heading home for the series finale absolutely decimated after they were put to the sword by the Blues in a second half rampage in Perth on Sunday night. The Blues crossed for five second half tries to win 44-12 in a game that was riddled with controversy. Some…
 
National Leader Christopher Luxon is making his position on abortion crystal clear. In the wake of the removal of a constitutional right to an abortion in the US, Luxon's pro-life stance has been brought into question. He's vowing there will be no revisiting of our laws under a future National Government. Luxon told Mike Hosking he has a personal p…
 
Two unions are calling for "fares-free" public transport in Auckland. A report from First Union and the Public Service Association says it would help alleviate pressure on families, and help Auckland's recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic. First Union's Louisa Jones told Mike Hosking currently, Aucklanders pay a lot of money for petrol to join a dai…
 
A dangerous drug that kills tens of thousands of people in the U.S each year has reached our shores. Twelve people have been hospitalised after taking a powdered form of fentanyl in Wairarapa over 48 hours, following the drug being sold as methamphetamine or cocaine. Drug Detection Agency chief operating officer Glenn Dobson told Mike Hosking it's …
 
A division in the United States over how long the angst and anger surrounding the removal of the constitutional right to an abortion will last. Termination law has been given back to the states which could mean bans in more than half of them. Washington Post political reporter Annie Linskey says Democrats believe the angst and anger will continue a…
 
Topics covered : Manifestation, embracing change, impact of the pandemic, surrogacy journey, pregnancy. In this episode I catch up with powerhouse couple Brian Dowling Gourounlian and his husband Arthur. They live in Kildare and will soon be parents for the very first time and this conversation picks up where we left off when we last spoke in Janua…
 
As I understand the metaverse it will eventually be a place where you live that’s so real you may not know where you are, here or the metaverse. At the moment, as I understand, the metaverse it's just a bunch of avatars, like avatars on games. In fact, the metaverse as I understand it right now just looks like a cheap game. Some are starting to tak…
 
At the end of each week, Mike Hosking takes you through the big-ticket items and lets you know what he makes of it all. MIQ: 2/10 "The not appealing bit was the right thing to do, but the not apologising is this Government to a tee. Say you are right until you are not and never say sorry. It's kindness personified." Polls: 7/10 "This week's Curia p…
 
Fletcher Building says the plasterboard shortage should be sorted by October. Chief Executive Ross Taylor has spoken at an investor presentation about measures being taken to control and increase supply. That includes its allocation model and importing Australian board. He told Mike Hosking they've also reconfigured their plasterboard factory to li…
 
What were perceived to be hollow threats from Rugby Australia about leaving Super Rugby Pacific may end up being more than that. Rugby Australia chair Hamish McLennan doubled down on his comments when pressed on criticism by experts in New Zealand, saying we are not good partners. The issue seems to step from the contract length of Super Rugby Paci…
 
Fonterra's Farmgate Milk Price could surpass $10 this season, according to new ASB forecasts. If it comes to pass, it will be the first double-digit payout on record. ASB Wealth Senior Economist Chris Tennent-Brown told Mike Hosking weak supply growth, mixed with strong demand, and a weaker than expected New Zealand dollar augurs well for milk pric…
 
A new report from the Human Rights Measurement Intiative has prompted the Chief Human Rights Commissioner to urge the Government to improve outcomes for some minority groups. The report shows Māori, disabled people, LGBTQ+ and low income earners are more likely than others, to experience violations of their rights. Human Rights Measures Initiative …
 
The second of the two major supermarket chains will set up a wholesale grocery service for rival retailers. It was one of the recommendations of the Commerce Commission report into the industry. Foodstuffs announced its plans yesterday with Woolworths announcing a similar move earlier this month. Foodstuffs North Island chief executive Chris Quin t…
 
I am trying to work out just where the FINA decision around trans athlete participation at elite level fits, as far as far-reaching decisions go. It would be right up there because the reaction has been extraordinary. Emily Seebohm, an Australian Olympic great, talked of the relief given her and so many of her colleagues have been afraid to speak o…
 
Do you think you'd be able to be interviewed for more than 26 hours straight, even if you had the gift of the gab? That's exactly what Labour MP Kieran McAnulty is planning to do. Over Saturday and Sunday he will be interviewed by a Greytown local, attempting to break two records to raise money for the rural support trust. The records are longest b…
 
Taranaki DHB is aiming to get 80 percent of its staff vaccinated against the flu. Ministry of Health data shows nationwide only around 54 percent of DHB staff have had the jab. Taranaki is offering incentives such as going in the draw for a hotel stay and other prizes to engage with busy staff. Operations Centre Manager Cameron Grant-Fargie told Mi…
 
Supply chains could continue to be an issue, even as the world's biggest port re-opens today. Shanghai has been operating at a severely reduced capacity since March. Many shipments have either been cancelled, postponed or rerouted to other Chinese ports. Infometrics economist Brad Olsen told Mike Hosking supply chain issues could get worse as manuf…
 
Several hopes for the Government's plasterboard taskforce. Building and Construction Minister Megan Woods has set up the group to troubleshoot supply shortages. Commercial construction company Naylor Love Chief Executive Rick Herd is one of the taskforce members. He told Mike Hosking hopefully the Government's assistance will educate the constructi…
 
A nationwide expansion of tackling our gang problem is much needed. Police say Operation Cobalt is being expanded, after having some success in Auckland. Police Association President Chris Cahill told Mike Hosking our gang problem isn't just a metropolitan one. He says provincial New Zealand has in some ways seen a bigger growth of those gangs. Cah…
 
A North Shore doctor says he is waking up at 4am worried about his patients after working gruelling 12-hour shifts seeing up to 62 patients a day. "I'm burnt out and I've already been in tears ... the whole health system is falling to bits," medical director at Northcare Accident & Emergency Peter Boot told the Herald. His comments come as hospital…
 
Performance pay in education is one of those things governments have given up on, those that thought the idea had merit anyway. They tended to be National governments. And it is a good idea. The same way it’s a good idea in virtually every other workplace anywhere. The idea that a pay rise or reward only comes as a result of time spent in the class…
 
Since his retirement from international rugby in 2015 and all rugby in 2021 – Dan Carter has kept himself busy with plenty of business ventures and collaborations. That includes getting into the NFT game - he co-founded Glorious Digital with the likes of Murray Thom, Craig Heatley and Michael Heron. And that company has just done a deal with Wimble…
 
In the week before the Kiwis first international test in two years, there are calls for everyone to step up to revive the international side of the game. Kiwis coach Michael Maguire believes the international side of the game has taken an immeasurable hit because of Covid and tests need to be made a priority again because of it. But there's also ta…
 
Could the Gib crisis claim some scalps at Fletcher Building? Shareholder Simplicity Living and the Shareholders Association are calling for the board chair Bruce Hassall to resign and for the entire board to be re-elected at the annual shareholders meeting later this year. They say the board is light on relevant building sector experience and a res…
 
There are suggestions we may have seen an economic revival of sorts in the month of May. Despite rising costs, the latest BNZ - Business NZ Performance of Services Index shows a surge in sales and new orders for the month of May. The PSI rose 3 points to 55.2, with anything above 50 pointing to expansion, and this is the highest above average incom…
 
A CO2 shortage is just another problem for food suppliers. Tegel is concerned about New Zealand's shortage of carbon dioxide gas Beer, fizzy drink, sparking wine, cheese, preserved meats, ready-to-eat meals and healthcare products could also be affected by the ongoing shortage. Supie Founder Sarah Balle told Mike Hosking consumers might not find th…
 
New Zealand’s trade agenda continues to build positive momentum. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is jetting off to Europe on Sunday and will return via Australia for trade, tourism and foreign policy events. Trade Minister Damien O'Connor will also travel to Canada to promote and strengthen bilateral trade. O'Connor told Mike Hosking they will look t…
 
Disappointment over the numbers of health workers yet to get the flu vaccine. Health Ministry data shows only around 54 percent of DHB staff have received the jab so far. Meanwhile, Wellington's district health boards have paused non-urgent care, due to an unprecedented level of staff absence. National Immunisation Advisory Centre's Nikki Turner to…
 
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