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Cooking Issues

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Cooking Issues

Heritage Radio Network

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Dave Arnold, chef and inventor, answers listener questions on the latest innovative techniques, equipment, and ingredients in the food world. Each week on Cooking Issues, Dave solves your cooking dilemmas with his mile-a-minute stream of knowledge. Got a question on ike-jime, the Japanese fish killing technique? We got you covered. Hydrocolloids, sous-vide, liquid nitrogen? No problem. Have a question about pimping your oven to make great pizza? Give us a call. Occasionally Dave will invite ...
 
Make a Fortune in Real Estate Wholesaling Today! Bam! Join real estate experts Brent Daniels, Lauren Hardy, Chris Arnold, Rafael Cortez, Brent Bowers and Chris Craddock as they deliver a Real Estate Wholesaling Blueprint inspired by greats like Robert Kiyosaki, Dean Graziosi, Bigger Pockets, Suze Orman, Dave Ramsey and Entrepreneur on Fire. Join the Wholesaling Inc coaches 5 days a week as they give you step by step instructions on how to Wholesale Real Estate. Are you making money wholesali ...
 
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Mograph Podcast

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Mograph Podcast

Dave Koss & Matt Milstead

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Dave Koss & Matt Milstead of Mograph.com discuss the world of Cinema 4D and Motion Graphics. With many regular, big-name guests from the industry. Regular topics are anything from Cinema 4D tips & tricks to features & woes. After Effects, Render Engines like Octane, Redshift and Arnold, or even Hardware configurations. We'll even get into industry discussions like clients, contracts, and work efficiency. Join us each week while we catch up on what we've learned and what we're learning.
 
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Planet in Crisis

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Planet in Crisis

Scientists Warning Europe

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Conversations with scientists exploring science-based ways to protect the future of our planet, our children, and other creatures that share our World. We live on a planet in crisis. Scientists have warned us about the rapidly increasing dangers of climate change and destruction of the biosphere - specifically in the 1992, 2017 and 2019 World Scientists’ Warnings which were signed by 1,700; 15,000 and 11,000 scientists respectively when issued. Initial episodes of this podcast feature sessio ...
 
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Race Wars

Kurt Metzger and Sherrod Small

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Hilarious, honest and unfiltered, Race Wars with Sherrod Small and Keren Margolis delivers a brutally funny perspective that can't be found anywhere else. Sherrod and Keren cut through all the layers of politically correct media spin to deliver hysterical and truthful opinions on social, racial and global topics.
 
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.
 
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Newest member of the ESPN Honolulu Countdown to Kickoff Show & former college and high school football coach ARNOLD MARTINEZ joins D&T to give his thoughts on how Hawaii can improve, developing high school athletes, and creating an offensive system. D&T also discuss some critical issues for this new University of Hawaii sports season.…
 
William Willis and Hannah Rawnsley: 2/10 "Because they are idiots. But, by weeks end, I found our reaction to them about as bad as their actions, making us about as bad as each other." Siouxsie Wiles: 2/10 "Because she is a hypocrite. But she got protected because she's a luvvie and a mate of the Prime Minister." The Covid Rule Breaking Tangi: 2/10…
 
The prospect of the next America's Cup being defended on our shores remains a possibility. It comes as the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron and Team New Zealand have extended the selection period for the three shortlisted offshore venues. They are Spain, Ireland and Saudi Arabia. Team New Zealand Chief Executive Grant Dalton told Mike Hosking the e…
 
The Māori Party's petition to change the name of New Zealand is, of course, going nowhere, which may ultimately be an indication as to where the party itself is going. They are a rarity in MMP, a party ousted from Parliament, but able to make a comeback. Many a small party have come and gone, and with the exception of New Zealand First, no one has …
 
A Kiwi footwear has done a world first; creating a fully biodegradable shoe. It's come from Orba and is called the Ghost Sneaker, made entirely of natural materials, things like rice husk, corks and coconut husks. Orba's sustainability manager Gillian Boucher joined Mike Hosking. Orba shoes can be found here. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
A former Defence Minister says New Zealand needs to get more involved if we want to build a better relationship with our allies. New Zealand was left out of a three-way deal between Australia, the US and UK designed to counter Chinese influence in the Asia-Pacific region. Wayne Mapp says the move shows that Australia wants to join the big internati…
 
The Blackcaps playing cricket in Pakistan is officially a thing again, as of tonight. We haven't been back since 2003 when the tour was cancelled mid-way through after a suicide bombing outside the hotels where the two teams were staying. All tours were pulled in 2009 after the Sri Lankin team's bus was attacked. Now they're back, but it still isn'…
 
Changes are on the way for medicinal cannabis medicines in this country. The Ministry of Health are looking to ease the strict standards for the medicines, all part of making them more affordable and not forcing people to have to head to the black market. Executive Director of the NZ Medicinal Cannabis Council Sally King joined Mike Hosking. LISTEN…
 
Grant Robertson's remaining optimistic when it comes to our economy. Gross Domestic Product grew by 2.8 percent in the June quarter, more than twice what the market had been expecting. But there are concerns the third quarter won't be as strong, because it'll take into account this Delta outbreak. The Deputy Prime Minister told Mike Hosking we coul…
 
If you want to start a real estate business, the first thing you must do is find the time. With a full-time job, extracurricular activities, and family obligations, devoting even a few hours to your business seems impossible—but that doesn’t mean you can’t. If you want to grow your wholesaling business while working a full-time job, you must manage…
 
One of Australia's most iconic shows is making a grand comeback. Packed to the Rafters, one of the most popular dramas to ever hit Australian and New Zealand screens, ended in 2013 after six seasons. But it's back - with Back to the Rafters coming to Amazon Prime tomorrow. It takes up the show several years later in the lives of the Rafter family. …
 
Do millennials make for below-par reality tv? The UK's hugely popular "The Great British Bake Off" has announced it's cast for the new season and it's one of the oldest line-ups in recent years. The average age of the contestants is 40 - and it's because critics argued that millennials held less appeal to watch than older generations. Great Kiwi ba…
 
You could see it coming from a mile away. We're now hitting vaccine resistance. We have done well with about 78 percent of the eligible population jabbed or booked for a jab. But it's where we hit the wall, and we hit it this week. It would be one of the highest resistance walls in the world; so that in and of itself is something to be proud of. Th…
 
In a potential big step for the anti-doping the world, the World Anti-Doping Agency is set to review whether cannabis should continue to be a banned substance. The recent case of US sprinter Sha'carri Richardson was front and centre when she admitted to taking cannabis following the death of her mum. She was subsequently banned for a month which in…
 
A warning that New Zealand can't take a "she'll be right" approach to our vaccination rate. New modelling shows if our vaccination rate reaches the 70s or low 80s, opening borders and lifting restrictions could lead to thousands of deaths. Tens of thousands of people could also be hospitalised, stretching the health system to its limits. Canterbury…
 
Air New Zealand wants to fly hydrogen-powered aircraft. It's teaming up with Airbus to research such planes. Chief Executive Greg Foran told Mike Hosking says it's on the table for domestic flights. "So they will use green hydrogen to fly, and on shorter routes we'd actually use electric." It's hoped hydrogen-powered aircraft will be part of Air Ne…
 
David Seymour is closing in on National in two recent opinion polls. A Curia poll conducted for the Taxpayers' Union, puts the Act Party on 14.9 per cent - while National's on 21.2 per cent. Recent UMR polling data obtained by Newstalk ZB, also puts Act at 13 per cent. The Act Party leader says told Mike Hosking it shows there's a growing appetite …
 
A lack of foreign pupils is likely to mean more pain for schools next year. Primary, intermediate and secondary schools lost $40 million in revenue between 2019 and last year as international students went home. The numbers are expected to be worse this year and next year. Waihi College Principal Alistair Cochrane told Mike Hosking his 35 European …
 
When it comes to real estate, there are numerous ways to invest. Investing in land is a popular way to go, and wholesaling land can be as profitable as flipping a house. Andre Baughan, our guest today, is a cybersecurity salesman from Arizona who wholesales land on the side. He has closed 3 deals in just 3 months of land investing, and the best par…
 
Disappointment that the Government have automatically dismissed a separate MIQ facility for our athletes. We already know the plight of our athletes overseas; the Warriors can't get home, Ryan Fox, Hayden Wilde, Michael Venus, they all can't get a spot in MIQ and face months away. Others have visas expiring and will be kicked out of the country reg…
 
It was January this year when our Prime Minister had returned from holiday, determined to address a wrong that needed righting. She had decided, or most likely someone had told her to decide, that housing was out of control, so she announced she would fix it. Literally. She said she "would fix it." She made the announcement along with her state hou…
 
The Health Minister has bold ambitions for New Zealand's vaccination rate. A range of initiatives are being rolled out to increase vaccination numbers, with six buses being used as mobile vaccine clinics in Auckland from tomorrow. The Government hasn't set a specific target, on how many people it would like to see vaccinated. But Andrew Little to M…
 
Auckland Airport and some big names in business are coming together in our first real mass incentive push to get people vaccinated. The drive thru vaccine site at the airport has been successful, but they are still only jabbing at half the rate possible. So, they've launched a new campaign called "Doing it for each other". It will involve tens of t…
 
The Auckland couple who travelled to Wānaka have outed themselves and apologised. They are 35-year-old William Willis and 26-year-old Hannah Rawnsley. In their apology, they have said their actions were completely irresponsible and inexcusable but that they sought name suppression because they had received death threats. Upon hearing that, has our …
 
Another plea for help from Auckland businesses. Heart of the City says Covid-19 has had a severe impact on companies and the cries for help are escalating. Chief Executive Viv Beck told Mike Hosking there needs to be targeted help for businesses in the form of a Covid loan scheme. "On Friday, we had the announcement of the three extra resurgence pa…
 
Foodstuffs North Island is vowing to clean up its act. A Commerce Commission report's found anti-competitive behaviour and excess profits were some of the main issues with the grocery sector. In response, the supermarket chain which owns New World, Pak'nSave and Four Square, says it'll release their land covenants that stopped competitors setting u…
 
Entrepreneurship can be an emotional roller coaster, especially when you’re first starting out. Those who take on the challenge are generally aware that there will be trade-offs. However, making mental notes that motivate you can put everything into perspective and help you attract what you want to achieve in your business. In this short but motiva…
 
Great insight into the inner workings of the Chinese regime. Desmond Shum was born in Shanghai and raised in Hong Kong; he grew up poor but rose through the ranks in China to become a successful businessman. He and his now ex-wife Whitney Duan developed the largest air cargo facility in China. But that all came crashing down in 2017 when Whitney di…
 
Britain's NHS has completed day one of a new blood test trial...that could revolutionise survival and treatment rates of cancer. It will see 140,000 volunteers be given the Galleri test, which looks for cancerous DNA in the bloodstream, before it properly forms. Early trials already show it's effective at discovering hard to identify cancers around…
 
Gladys Berejiklian has probably done Australia a favour. She's not doing her 11 o'clock Covid update anymore, because the state is reopening. She's got bigger fish to fry. The idea that leaders do daily updates is, of course, anathema in most parts of the world. It seems now to suit only those who wish to continue to manipulate, like us. This count…
 
Dunedin is set to lose one of its popular student bars. The Starters Bar is set to close down, due to health and safety concerns around the building. The bar, formerly known as The Oriental, was bought by the Otago University Students' Association in 2018. President Michaela Waite-Harvey told Mike Hosking it's hard to see it go. "A hard decision, b…
 
The toilet training of cows could have great environmental benefits. Auckland University researchers, along with German colleagues, have shown bovines can be trained to use a latrine, using food as a reward. Study author, Lindsay Matthews, told Mike Hosking Dutch modelling shows if you could capture 80 percent of the urine, you'd reduce ammonia by …
 
It seems most Auckland primary and intermediate schools want the holidays to stay put. Some parents want the break moved forward so they don't have to supervise home schooling during level 3 or 4, and don't have to ask for annual leave as soon as they return to the office. Those holidays are due to start on October 4. Education Minister Chris Hipki…
 
Ashley Bloomfield is remaining positive about the chances of Auckland moving to Alert Level Three next week. The city will remain at Level Four and the rest of the country at Level Two for at least another week. Cabinet has made an in-principle decision to move Auckland to Level Three on Wednesday next week -- but that will depend on the number of …
 
It’s becoming increasingly difficult to cold call and text people, yielding significantly fewer leads. The reasons for this are market saturation, phone carrier blockages, and Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) lawsuits. Lauren Hardy will introduce us to a new marketing method that requires less effort and can bring you countless deals in tod…
 
Wellington's City Mission has no objection to thrift shop flipping. Some questions have been raised around the ethics of buying items from op shops and then selling them elsewhere for double or even triple the price. But Wellington City Missioner Murray Edridge says told Mike Hosking for them it's not an issue, and prices are low to ensure a consta…
 
House prices in regional New Zealand are catching up with Auckland. Latest OneRoof and Valocity figures show the national average property value has hit one million dollars for the first time. The typical cost of a property around the country increased almost five percent in the last three months and 27 percent since last September. OneRoof comment…
 
Former President George W. Bush called on Americans Saturday to confront domestic violent extremists, comparing them to violent extremists abroad and warning that they are "children of the same foul spirit." In a speech marking the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, Bush said the US has seen "growing evidence that the dangers to our country can …
 
Quade Cooper has made a remarkable return to test rugby, kicking a penalty goal after the siren to secure the Wallabies a 28-26 win over world champions South Africa. With his side down by a point, Cooper stepped up with poise to kick the Wallabies to victory with a penalty from 40 metres out and about 12 metres in from the sideline following an in…
 
This year's US Open is one for the record books. Emma Raducanu became the first ever qualifier to win, whilst Novak Djokovic seeks to achieve the Calendar Slam. He aims to be the first man to do it since Rod Laver in 1969, but Steffi Graf was the last to do it since 1988. US Open commentator Brian Clark joined Mike Hosking. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
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