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There’s a place in Southern Oregon, filled with gorgeous natural beauty, friendly yet independent people and a mild, comfortable climate. That place is called Grants Pass. These are the stories of the people that live and work Josephine County. These are the movers and shakers that make this place of the best. This is Grants Pass VIP.
 
At Parkway Christian Center we are building a multi-generational Christian community that is Christ-centered, Holy Spirit inspired, biblically literate and obedient through a personal relationship with Jesus that changes us so we can change our world. Join us in Grants Pass, Oregon for our Sunday Worship Service. Find more information about us on line at parkwaycc.com. To access video of each sermon and the sermon notes and discussion guide for each sermon, visit parkwaycc.com/sermons
 
RTI Audio is home to all Rocky Top Insider podcasts, including RTI Press Pass with Trey Wallace. Trey Wallace is a Knoxville-based journalist who has been covering UT Athletics since 2018. He has broken many stories that have garnered national attention, including the Jeremy Pruitt NCAA investigation story. Trey has countless national and regional media member contacts, and each show he interviews at least one of them to give you the insight on all things SEC and Tennessee Volunteers.
 
Turn off your email alerts and settle into the weekend. We explore today's culture, big ideas, nuanced questions and what it means to live a good life. Join our host Lilah Raptopoulos every Saturday for inspiring conversations, in-depth storytelling, a bit of escapism and a lot of fun. Brought to you by the award-winning Life & Arts journalists at the Financial Times.
 
Thinking off-piste and challenging the conventional. Sharing inspiring stories from professional mountaineers – skiers, boarders, bikers, climbers, & hikers – who have gone against the grain, abandoned their comfort zone, and found success through their dare-to-be-different attitude. A podcast produced by Mabey Ski – unique ski adventures created for those who want more than just powder and a lift pass. Find out more at mabeyski.com. Hosted by Becky Lucy King.
 
Alex O'keefe & Craig Billington will be speaking with some of the worlds most elite performers ranging from Hollywood Film Writers to Sporting Heroes & everyone in between. We genuinely believe success leaves clues and through these conversations we can pass on the golden nuggets of wisdom to help you create your own self made script. Follow on the socials @theselfmademindpodcast SUBSCRIBE - Itunes/Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-self-made-mind-podcast/id1539 Spoti ...
 
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WHITE SPEAK

Cayman Grant, Emmy-Winning Director, Writer, Entrepreneur, Inventor

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WHITE SPEAK seeks to help the non-Black community understand what's really going on with the #BlackLivesMatter movement--inspiring anti-racism, social and systemic change by answering all of the burning questions about what has led us to where we are today--and what folks can do to help and support--and how only together will we ever be able to dismantle the racial structures and barriers that are inherent to our systems and institutions. We can't let this moment pass without making real cha ...
 
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The Lawyers of Hull and Hull LLP

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Hull on Estates is a series of podcasts for the Canadian legal community dealing with issues and insights surrounding estate planning in Canada. Hosted by the lawyers of Hull & Hull LLP, the podcasts will touch on some of the key considerations when planning wills and estates
 
Chris Gordy hosts the Locked on SEC Podcast, a daily show dedicated to bringing SEC fans the most up-to-date info when it comes to Southeastern Conference sports. The Locked on SEC Podcast will have tons of expert interviews, analysis and match-up breakdowns heading into every week of games. If you're a fan of one of the 14 schools in the conference, it's a show that you do not want to miss. New episodes available each weekday and SEC passion is required to listen. It's the Locked on SEC Pod ...
 
The Making Sunday Happen Podcast (Formerly The Church Media Podcast) is the definitive podcast for those who plan, create and execute Worship Experiences. Hosted by Carl Barnhill, the show offers training in the areas of Church Media Production, Worship, Communications, First Impressions, Service Planning, Volunteer Culture and more. Carl is the Creative Director/Owner of [twelve:thirty]media, a company that resources the Church with Media content and training to help you Transform your Wors ...
 
Welcome to First Check, a podcast so you can learn how to be the next great venture capitalist or angel investor. As a partner at Cofounders Capital, host of First Check Tim McLoughlin has invested over $43 million in startups, and on this podcast, Tim shares what works and what doesn’t, so you can be ready to write your first check.
 
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E127: Youngest hiker to complete the famous hiking “triple crown”. Today we talk on the outdoors and how you can always go back to a job but can’t always knock out everything on your vision board or your dreams if you don’t make a plan. Jeff is the author behind the book “Free Outside” and speaks to what matters and what doesn’t, who we are in natu…
 
Increasing the fines for breaching covid rules is a nonsense isn’t it? The PM cannot seriously expect us to buy this. This is clearly designed to make it look like her government is cracking down on lockdown rule breakers when they’re doing nothing of the sort. The Prime Minister announced this afternoon that fines are going up On-the-spot fines fo…
 
A poll commissioned by Team New Zealand shows that 3/4 of Kiwis do not want the cup defended here in New Zealand if it costs the taxpayer more money. This poll contradicts the one from Mark Dunphy, which puts the opposition to extra taxpayer funding at only 45% with us now as a UTI. Sailing commentator Mark Orams doesn’t put much credence in either…
 
Alert Level Three is a welcome change for Auckland businesses -- but there's still a tough road ahead. The region moves down alert levels from 11.59 tonight -- and with it comes the introduction of click and collect services. Auckland Business Chamber chief executive Michael Barnett says businesses are over it. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
The elimination strategy is looking less and less viable. There were 14 new cases in the community today, one not yet linked. Experts agree the decision to ease restrictions in Auckland was a line call and fear numbers will track back upwards. Melbourne Epidemiologist Tony Blakely says New Zealand is echoing events in Melbourne and New South Wales.…
 
Correction's top boss claims staff couldn't have stopped a remand prisoner being picked up with three people in the car. The man was collected at Auckland's Mount Eden Prison and driven to his bail address in upper Waikato. He later tested positive for Covid and has passed the virus onto four household members. The Corrections Minister says the cou…
 
Disagreement from MPs voting this afternoon on a new terror prevention law. The Counter-Terrorism Legislation Bill has its second reading today. Act Party Leader David Seymour says his Party is voting against it, concerned the process is being rushed. But National Party Counter-Terrorism Spokesperson, Mark Mitchell, disagrees, and says this needed …
 
On today's show, we go Around The Conference, as LSU loses a key defender for the season, Florida gives an update on Anthony Richardson, and the latest on the Tennesssee QB situation, and an update on Georgie WR George Pickens, and much more. The SEC Football Players of the Week are Out, we run through those names. And game times have been announce…
 
Dealing with change is universal, but success isn't. Achievement comes through adapting to your circumstances. Kristen Glosserman is one of the top business coaches in New York City, and her new book If It's Not Right, Go Left is full of perspective on what it takes to make the right adjustments when change comes your way. Buy her book here: https:…
 
After this move to level 3 today, we all need to accept the possibility that we never get rid of covid in the community again. Today might be the day we ended the so-called “elimination” strategy. Clearly, getting us back to zero is no longer the sole focus of this government If it was - if their aim was to stamp out this outbreak altogether – Auck…
 
Auckland will move to alert level three from midnight tomorrow. Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson says he's feeling confident that the situation for Auckland is still a level with plenty of restrictions in it. He says some people can go back to work, a few people will be moving around, but it is still a restrictive level - with bubbles still in…
 
A top businessman is urging the Government to ease demand on MIQ by allowing loosening travel restrictions. More than 25-thousand people logged into a virtual lobby today to clamour for one of three-thousand MIQ vouchers. It was the first room release in weeks -- and only four-thousand more will be released each fortnight until Christmas. Animation…
 
The New Zealand Breakers have agreed to release Tai Webster after the star guard refused the Covid-19 vaccine. Webster, the breakout star from last season, inked a new two-year contract with the Breakers in July but will no longer be with the club after he decided not to get vaccinated due to "personal reasons". Breakers owner Matt Walsh says the d…
 
Waikato District's Mayor says it's an unsettling time for communities impacted by a "bespoke" Alert Level Four. A Section 70 notice is now in place for people who live, work or have travelled through the Mangatangi area since September 8. It obliges them to stay home at least five days, to allow testing and contact tracing. It comes after a Covid-p…
 
An expert says the million-dollar question is how long Auckland will stay in Level Three. The region moves down a level from midnight tomorrow. Covid-19 modeller Shaun Hendy says contact tracers have had an epic five weeks, and it's now in their hands to close out this cluster. He says we'll know in a couple of weeks whether that's worked. Hendy sa…
 
We recap all the action from Week 3 in the SEC, giving you our Winners, our Losers, and some Honorable Mention players. Two really epic games from the weekend that lived up to the hype with Florida and Alabama, and Auburn up at Penn State. is Georgia maybe the best team in the country through three weeks? LSU looked improved, Kentucky did not, Hend…
 
“Competitive” is one of those charged words that people either identify with or they don’t. It’s a word that is used to positively describe winners and negatively describe people who aren’t good team players, all at once. On this week’s episode, Julien and Kiersten Saunders (@richandregular) tackle the question: do competitive people make more mone…
 
Welcome friends, we are taking the next few weeks to share some episodes we recorded from the 2021 National Religious Broadcasters Convention in Grapevine, TX at the Gaylord Texan. If you missed our NRB interviews last week, feel free to check those out at twelvethirty.media/315 And if you’ve never attended NRB, we’d love to encourage you come some…
 
Life & Arts columnist Enuma Okoro explores what our cities tell us about ourselves. Then, Lilah speaks with Elif Shafak—the most widely read woman novelist in Turkey—about writing in countries without freedom of speech, and her new book, The Island of Missing Trees. Plus: our prolific Undercover Economist Tim Harford makes a case for letting go of …
 
The America's Cup may just return to New Zealand after all. After the deadline for hosting was delayed with no solid deal in place, Mark Dunphy has made a formal offer to Team NZ and Grant Dalton to host the next competition in Auckland. Meanwhile, ahead of the weekend's Rugby Championship, former England coach Sir Clive Woodward has slammed South …
 
Italian workers in both the public and private sectors must display a health pass to access their workplaces from Oct. 15 under a decree adopted Thursday by Premier Mario Draghi’s broad-based coalition government. The measures are the first by a major European economy requiring proof of vaccination, a recent negative virus test or recovery from COV…
 
The Indonesian Government is planning to ban backpackers from travelling to Bali when their borders reopen. They're aiming for 'quality tourism’ so won't allow backpackers to enter the island. Travel agent Rosann Conolly told Heather du Plessis-Allan it'll be interesting to see if Bali can sustain this. “You need to look at the likes of Kuta. Now t…
 
New Zealand's none too pleased at the prospect of nukes in our waters. The United Kingdom, United States and Australia have signed a three-way military deal to counter Chinese influence in the Asia Pacific. The first initiative is to supply nuclear submarine technology to Australia. Foreign Affairs Minister Nanaia Mahuta told Heather du Plessis-All…
 
A Kiwi businessman is adamant the next America's Cup will stay in New Zealand. An entity linked to former investment banker Mark Dunphy is offering to provide short term funding to defend the Auld Mug in Auckland. Dunphy told Heather du Plessis-Allan they've made a formal proposal to Team New Zealand and chief executive Grant Dalton. “There are com…
 
American officials are defending a new deal to provide Australia with nuclear-powered submarines after French officials expressed frustration over the agreement's effect on an existing multibillion-dollar defense deal. The effort to provide Australia with nuclear-powered submarines -- a major step toward countering China as President Joe Biden work…
 
An Auckland Cafe owner's grilling Government for not shifting Auckland's school holidays. The Education Ministry says sticking with the rest of the country is less disruptive to educators and learners and means term four won't be extended. But parent, and owner of bagel-chain Goodness Gracious, Greg Cornes isn't pleased. He told Heather du Plessis-…
 
The bodies of the three little girls killed in Timaru have been removed from the scene. Three siblings, twins aged three and another aged seven, were killed at a Queen Street address last night. NZ Herald crime reporter Anna Leask told Heather Du Plessis Allan it's understood the mother is a suspect and police aren't looking for anyone else. “She w…
 
We go Around The Conference as the Florida Gators loses LB Ventrell Miller for the year, a big loss ahead of the Alabama game. Luke Doty should return this week for the Gamecocks facing Georgia, & much more. College football analyst Taylor McHargue joins us as well to talk all things SEC football heading into Week 3. And we give you our official pi…
 
Power is a complex topic, but Tiziana Casciaro and her co-author Julie Battilana have a new book out that makes this topic easier to understand clearly. Tiziana talks with Tristan about how one can apply these lessons in business to become a more effective leader. You can purchase Power, for All: How It Really Works and Why It's Everyone's Business…
 
The Motor Industry Association has withdrawn its support for the Government’s Clean Car Standard. They say it wants to support policies to reduce CO2 emissions but this bill is poorly designed and will be impossible for the industry to meet. It also says the bill will maybe push up new car prices by 15 to 20 percent. Motor Industry Association CEO …
 
It looks like Grant Dalton might just need New Zealand after all. Today was supposed to be the deadline for Team New Zealand to announce where it will holding the next America’s Cup. But they’ve had to delay the announcement because none of the deals have come through in time. Which suggests that perhaps the America’s Cup is not quite the sought-af…
 
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