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Jandals in Japan

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Jandals in Japan

Jayne Nakata & Catherine O'Connell

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The best new show about doing business in Japan, bringing The Land of the Long White Cloud to The Land of the Rising Sun How do you build a brand in Japan and nurture a loyal customer base? What do you need to have in your tool belt if you are thinking of coming to Japan to launch a business here? Japan is often considered to be in the "too hard" basket but we are here to open up the black box of doing business in Japan. We will share stories from successful kiwis selling their products and ...
 
Hosted by RESTART CBD CEO and cannabis brand marketer Shayda Torabi, To Be Blunt features discussions among Marketers, Brand Builders, Founders, Senior Level Executives, and CEO’s of leading cannabis businesses that are navigating the journey from unregulated to regulated. The difference: Everyone speaking is working professionally to establish their brand(s) or business in the growing legal cannabis market. Every Monday Shayda will discuss a trending topic with other leaders within the cann ...
 
On each episode, host Mo is joined by a guest for honest open conversation. We cover everything from the complexities of relationships, absurd happenings in pop-culture or even pondering identify and what it means to be Black, British and African. Just a few of the topics, we open up for discussion giving our personal perspective. Colour Out The Box is London based, but gives a voice to people of the African and Afro Caribbean Diaspora to tell stories and share their unique take, all whilst ...
 
Our world has many voices. We all share this space together, but each of us has our own opinions, our own identity. Join hosts Calvin, Brandon, Kristina and Lee, as they bring in guests to discuss various social issues that effect everyone. Each episode will tackle a different issue, with insights by members of some diverse communities. The only rule on this show? You gotta be...STR8 UP.
 
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BIMvoice

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BIMvoice

Petru Conduraru

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Welcome to BIMvoice, the podcast that provides a platform for Building Information Modeling (BIM) professionals to share their perspectives and insights on the industry. In this podcast, we cover a wide range of topics related to BIM, including its applications in architecture, engineering, and construction, as well as the latest trends and challenges facing the industry. One of the key topics we focus on is OpenBIM, a platform-independent approach to BIM that enables seamless collaboration ...
 
The Razor’s Edge is an investing podcast that combines a prop trader’s viewpoint and deep-dive fundamental research to provide a unique take on the markets. The show is co-hosted by Akram’s Razor, a trader, tech enthusiast, meat lover, Marvel fanboy, battle tested activist short-seller and humble market servant, and by Daniel Shvartsman, VP of Content at Investing.com and someone who has seen thousands of investing pitches and ideas and how they play out over the past decade. The duo start w ...
 
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Complete Sports

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Complete Sports

Complete Sports and Media Coverage

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This is a podcast that is dedicated to providing content from the world of sports. We have received countless benefits, excitement and passion from being involved in sports. Our goal is to show our viewers and listeners how wonderful it is to participate and follow sports to enrich your life. We will feature many conversations with athletes, analysts, coaches and trainers. Please check back regularly and be informed and entertained. If you like it subscribe hit the like button and tell your ...
 
HBO’s In Treatment is back for a fourth season starring Emmy winner Uzo Aduba (Orange Is The New Black) as the central therapist, Dr. Brooke Taylor. Each week, join writer and actor Brandon Kyle Goodman (Big Mouth; Modern Love) and licensed clinical psychologist Dr. Janelle S. Peifer to break down new episodes of the series. Our hosts dive into Dr. Taylor’s week, demystify the process of therapy, and examine the relationship between therapist and patient—all with a healthy dose of humor and ...
 
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Nearly forty arts organisations have signed an open letter urging Auckland's mayor to reconsider community and arts funding cuts in the draft budget. A $20 million cut is being proposed. The open letter points to an alternative budget which favours more borrowing over cuts. Basement Theatre executive director Cat Ruka is one of the letter's authors…
 
Health groups are calling for urgent changes to regulate the use of lobbying in government, following reporting by RNZ this week. Health Coalition Aotearoa co-chair Boyd Swinburn says the reporting by RNZ's investigative reporter Guyon Espiner highlights issues of inequity in the political system. He says New Zealand's democracy isn't up to standar…
 
New research accuses authorities of keeping silent about the health effects of dioxin emissions from the New Plymouth factory which produced the herbicide 2,4,5-T during the 1960s. Sarah Monod de Froideville, a lecturer at Victoria University's Institute of Criminology, argues that at best officials were guilty of "strategic ignorance" when investi…
 
Lines companies are having to spend less money than they'd like upgrading, fortifying, and adding capacity to their networks over the next decade. A majority of New Zealanders are worried the network won't hold up in extreme weather events over the coming decade, and they're also concerned it will become unaffordable. That's according to a survey t…
 
The owners of many flood-ravaged properties are still waiting for insurance companies to tally the damage, with some moving house to house to stretch their temporary accommodation allowance as far as possible. Close to 300 people have so far asked the government's Claims Resolution Service to help them with insurance claims related to the Auckland …
 
Good fortune is not good enough when it comes to saving ships and their passengers from disaster in Cook Strait. That's the view of Marlborough's mayor, who - alongside the Wellington regional council chair - wants to talk to the Transport Minister about getting a tugboat capable of helping a big ship in trouble in the rough waters of the Strait. A…
 
Strong winds have lashed southern and central parts of the country overnight. Power is coming back for more than a thousand households in the Hutt Valley, but it's still out for many on Banks Peninsula. Four to six metre waves are forecast for Cook Strait this morning and ferry services have been heavily affected. RNZ reporter Bill Hickman is at Ow…
 
Future All Blacks coach, Scott Robertson, is promising to bring original ideas and a new culture to the All Blacks when he takes charge in 2024. Yesterday, the 48-year-old former All Black and current Crusaders coach was announced to take over the role after the Rugby World Cup, with Ian Foster and his coaching team remaining in charge through to t…
 
One day after the world's leading climate scientists told us we're tipping towards climate tipping points - the fossil fuel lobby is using the cost of living crisis to argue against rapidly investing in renewable power generation. Energy Resources Aotearoa, formerly known as the Petroleum Exploration and Production Association, this morning release…
 
The National Party says it will rewrite the New Zealand Curriculum if elected, in an attempt to ensure every child has the basic reading, writing, maths and science skills needed to set them up for further education. The full policy will be announced in Hutt Valley tomorrow, called the "Teaching the Basics Brilliantly" education policy. Party leade…
 
The Foreign Minister Nanaia Mahuta is in China for the first face to face meeting with her new counter-part, Qin Gang, in Beijing. It's the first visit by a New Zealand Minister to China since 2019, before the Covid-19 pandemic. Meanwhile - thousands of kilometres to the West - China's president Xi Jinping has been meeting with Russia's President V…
 
Scott Robertson has been named to take over as All Blacks coach after the upcoming Rugby World Cup in France. The 48-year-old Crusaders coach will take over from Ian Foster at the completion of that tournament, having long been touted as heir to the All Blacks coaching throne. A former All Black himself, having played 23 tests for New Zealand betwe…
 
Strong winds have lashed southern and central parts of the motu overnight. Power is coming back online for Hutt Valley, but it's still out for many in Banks Peninsula. Four to six metre waves are forecast for Cook Strait this morning and Ferry services have been heavily affected. Christchurch reporter Niva Chittock spoke to Corin Dann.…
 
A former New Zealand soldier fighting in Ukraine is believed to have been killed in action. RNZ has been told Kane Te Tai died in battle in the east of the country and his body has been recovered. Reporter Charlotte Cook was told of his death by sources close to the ground. Kane Te Tai was a friend of Dominic Abelen who was killed there last August…
 
The mother of a New Zealander killed while fighting in Ukraine says she tried to stop him from going to the war zone but he'd made up his mind. Kane Te Tai's death hasn't been officially confirmed but RNZ sources say they've been told by his unit commander. Unlike his friend Dominic Abelen who was killed last August his body has been recovered. The…
 
BIMvoice with Artur Tomczak: bSDD (buildingSMART Data Dictionary) Welcome to the second part of the interview with Artur Tomczak, PhD Researcher at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and a product manager for bSDD at buildingSMART International. In this video, Artur breaks down the concept of bSDD, its benefits, and its role …
 
The majority of New Zealanders are worried electricity is going to become unaffordable, and unreliable, within the next decade. Those findings come from a survey late last year - before Cyclone Gabrielle. It was commissioned by the Consumer Advocacy Council, which the government set up in 2021 to represent small electricity users. The Council's Cha…
 
Wild weather has continued to lash southern and central parts of the country overnight. Power is out on Banks Peninsula and in parts of the Hutt Valley. Four to six metre waves are forecast for Cook Strait this morning and Ferry services have been heavily affected. For more, Christchurch reporter Niva Chittock spoke to Corin Dann.…
 
A New Zealander flighting on the front lines in Ukraine has been killed in battle. The former defence force soldier Kane Te Tai had been in the war zone since April. RNZ has been told of his death by sources on the ground who have spoken to his unit commander. Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade has confirmed it has also heard reports of the New …
 
On today's First Up pod - Will Donald Trump be arrested today over porn star hush money, as the former president himself has predicted? Vinyl is now outselling cds for the first time in decades - we look at why people are turning back to the turntables and Coromandel residents say another major highway seems to be at risk of collapsing - if it does…
 
Top stories for 22 March 2023. The mother of a New Zealander killed while fighting in Ukraine speaks out about her son's death. Wild weather overnight has left hundreds of homes without power on Canterbury's Banks Peninsula and disrupted Cook Strait ferry sailings. Health officials confirm two babies have died in the latest whooping cough outbreak …
 
Waka Kotahi is closely monitoring an underslip on State Highway 25 between Waihi and Whangamata, which has locals concerned about losing their last practical way in or out. One of the major routes to the southern Coromandel towns, State Highway 25A, is completely out of action, while travel north is for light vehicles only due to a major slip on 25…
 
Warning... If you're one of the people who threw out your entire record collection back when it looked CDs were the future and now regret it everytime people fawn over Vinyl... this is a story about Vinyl. Statistics from the USA show that last year Vinyl outsold CDs for the first time since 1987. Leonard Powell paid a visit to the two central Auck…
 
Auckland Council is asking the public to send through images and videos from the recent flooding events. They say it is an opportunity to collect data as quickly as possible from those that experienced the deluge first-hand and build a full picture of the scale of flooding. Nathan Rarere asked Healthy Waters Head of Planning Nick Vigar what exactly…
 
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