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Weekly news and analysis focused on Liverpool FC. Shows: Instant Analysis, Match Review, Transfer / Preview / Specials with noted journalists, authors and former players. Jeff Hallett, John O'Sullivan, Bryan Painter, Ali G, Joey Vishny Chat us up on Twitter @TalkOnPod. YNWA.
 
The most interesting Rock Interviews from 38-year broadcasting veteran John Beaudin. Chats with members of Boston, The Eagles, Journey, Genesis, Yes, The Hollies, Toto, Chicago, Dire Straits, Grand Funk, Three Dog Night, Sweet, Triumph, Jethro Tull, the Go Go's, Supertramp etc. Check out the most interesting history of Rock conversations.
 
From the archives of the Acton Institute, Acton Vault brings you stories, talks, conversations, and lectures from our 30-plus years of history – all focused on illustrating the Acton Institute's vision of a free and virtuous society characterized by individual liberty and sustained by religious principles. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
If you’re of a curious disposition, have a positive outlook, are devoted to, or even have a passing interest in making yourself a little bit better (let’s set the bar low and aim for 1%) then I’m very hopeful you’ll enjoy listening to my podcast.
 
Spine Crackers is an in-depth literary analysis podcast where we discuss a different book every other week, with some jokes and goofs tossed in for good measure. Follow us on instagram, twitter, facebook, etc. and check out our patreon! We post our next read on twitter so you can keep up and read along with us if you like. https://www.buymeacoffee.com/spinecrackers https://www.patreon.com/spinecrackers spinecrackerspod@gmail.com
 
Jarlath Regan presents An Irishman Abroad, a selection of diverse weekly podcasts featuring the greatest Irish people of all time talking about their lives, politics, health, wellness and everything in between. Along with regular contributors Sonia O’Sullivan (Irishman Running Abroad), Marion McKeone (Irishman In America) and Tom Dunne (Selection Box), these podcasts are renowned for the depth and quality of its long form interviews. Previous guests include Brian O'Driscoll, Sir Bob Geldof, ...
 
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The June ANZ Business Outlook survey showed firms are increasingly pessimistic about the outlook for activity and profitability. However, it is the ongoing issues of inflation and an economy running at capacity causing most headaches, not recessionary forces. The data would do nothing to ease RBNZ concerns about the potential for a wage-price spira…
 
An Auckland University professor says his students have come back to uni despondent after the Covid lockdowns. Professor Robert MacCulloch says students can no longer see a future and have also lost their buzz and mojo. Auckland University macroeconomics professor Robert MacCulloch joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
A wake-up call for landlords, with property managers warning the market has changed. Rentals are staying vacant for 1 to 2 months before being re-tenanted because of a lack of inquiries. Residential Property Managers Association chairman David Pearse told Heather du Plessis-Allan there are multiple reasons why the market has turned - including a la…
 
A top epidemiologist is urging flu patients to manage their illness the same way as with Covid-19. Otago University's Michael Baker has raised concerns about the number of people going out and about with flu symptoms. He says we need to promote an environment whereby people are supported not to go to work if they are sick. Baker told Heather du Ple…
 
The head of New Zealand's foreign ministry says there is "no question" Russian troll farms have been spreading disinformation online here under direction from the Kremlin. Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade chief executive Chris Seed said intelligence provided by the Five Eyes security alliance showed a "high degree of assurance" Russian-sourced…
 
Anthony Albanese has joined world leaders in sending a “strong message” to Russia and China, as the world warns the rules-based order is under significant threat from ‘barbarism’. On the sidelines of the NATO summit in Madrid, the Prime Minister joined his New Zealand, Japanese and Korean counterparts – the AP4 group – to discuss the threats facing…
 
The All Blacks have named their starting XV for their first test this year. In a Covid-hit team, Leicester Fainga'anuku is the only debutant, while Richie Mo'unga will come off the bench and Scott Barrett starts in the No 6 role. Scrum coach Greg Feek is also now the latest to sit out Saturday with after testing positive for Covid, while Mark Telea…
 
A Country Calendar episode about Australasia’s first certified carbon-zero farm has received a tsunami of backlash. The episode about Geoff and Justine Ross’ Lake Hawea farm has become the most viewed episode of the series. The farm uses alternative techniques in the wool shed as well. Entrepreneur and farmer Geoff Ross joined Heather du Plessis-Al…
 
The Kiwi owners of a laundry detergent brand labelled "worse than water" in a recent Consumer NZ tests are disputing the results and could take legal action. Grant Taylor and Renee Lee's Re.Stor laundry sheets performed "terribly" at removing stains according to the Consumer NZ test published this week. According to the Consumer NZ tests the tropic…
 
The Government has announced its plan to get Wellington moving. A light rail from the city to Island Bay and a new multipurpose tunnel under Mt Victoria is also being built with two lanes each for cars and public transport. Andrew Little has said the health system is 'managing'. It comes in response to a letter from the country's DHB warning of "cr…
 
We're past the halfway point of the year. So far sharemarkets are predicting a major economic slowdown, due to effects from Covid-19 and inflation rates. The first six months of this year is one of the worst starts in history for shares and bonds. Milford Asset Management portfolio manager Stephen Johnston joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN AB…
 
New analysis from Infometrics is pointing to higher levels of infrastructure investment over the next decade. $172 billion is expected to be invested by 2031. The money is expected to go into roading, electricity generation, and water systems in particular. Infometrics principal economist Brad Olsen joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Scotland's leader told lawmakers in Edinburgh Tuesday that she plans to hold a fresh referendum on Scotland's independence on Oct. 19, 2023 — even though U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson maintains it wasn't the right time for such a vote. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said the question to be asked will be the same as that in Scotland’s first inde…
 
ASB and ANZ are both pausing their mortgage lending again for anyone who has less than a 20 percent deposit. Meanwhile, Westpac is now limiting availability. The three banks reckon they're coming up against the limits the Reserve Bank has set for them on the amount of high-risk lending they're allowed to do. NZ Herald Wellington Business Editor Jen…
 
Apprehension for a New Zealand-European Union trade deal don't bode well. The Prime Minister is heading to Brussels tomorrow after Nato meetings in Madrid, and will hold talks with EU trade negotiators. Despite discussions continuing for roughly four years, there's been no win yet. Democracy Project international analyst Geoffrey Miller told Heathe…
 
Nick Kyrgios has been causing trouble again. In his first round victory over Britain’s Paul Judd, Kyrgios called a line judge a “snitch” and spat in the direction of rowdy spectators. Elsewhere, Serena Williams’ singles comeback was over very quickly. The 23-time Grand Slam winner found herself crashing out in the first round to French player Harmo…
 
The Government has today announced a new light rail project in Wellington from the city to Island Bay. The project has been costed at $7.4 billion. A new multipurpose tunnel under Mt Victoria is also being built with two lanes each for cars and public transport. Transport Minister Michael Wood joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Andrew Little has got to be having a laugh if he’s trying to pretend he didn’t know our health system was going to melt down like it is at the moment. Because that’s essentially what his office is trying to do. They’re claiming they didn’t know about a letter that was sent a year ago warning of exactly this. In that letter, the DHBs asked the Gover…
 
Concerns for children having to grow up in emergency accommodation. Our newsroom has revealed the Government has spent over $1 billion on emergency housing since 2017. However, the waiting list continues to grow upwards of 27,000 people, with 8000 households currently living in temporary accommodation. Monte Cecilia Trust Chief Executive Bernie Smi…
 
Labour has doomed attempts to repeal Easter Trading laws before even reaching its first vote by forcing all its MPs to oppose. Labour, which has a parliamentary majority, is voting as a caucus on the issue, which other parties are treating as a "conscience" issue allowing politicians to make personal votes. The private members' bill, put forth by A…
 
A fiery Nick Kyrgios has narrowly survived a five-set scare as he battled through his first round match at Wimbledon. The Aussie tennis star beat Brit Paul Jubb 3-6, 6-1, 7-5, 7-6, 7-5 in a match that was more notable for his astonishing sprays at the umpire and a line judge than the tennis itself. Kyrgios branded the line judge a "snitch" who "has…
 
A new bombshell in the timeline of the US Capitol insurrection. Former Trump aide Cassidy Hutchinson has accused the former US President of trying to grab the steering wheel while he was being driven away from the scene. She's been testifying before a US congressional panel on the deadly riot. US Correspondent Dan Mitchinson told Heather du Plessis…
 
The driver in the horror car crash that killed five teenagers has today been jailed for two and a half years. Tyreese Fleming has admitted to dangerous driving causing the deaths last August. NZ Herald reporter Kurt Bayer told Heather du Plessis Allan there was anger and heartbreak in the High Court public gallery in Timaru. “We heard harrowing and…
 
It turns out that these stories of repeat burglaries are true. The latest crime stats from the Ministry of Justice show that more houses are being retargeted for burglaries nowadays. The chances of being burgled again are around 12 to 15 percent higher. Victoria University senior lecturer on criminology Trevor Bradley joined Heather du Plessis-Alla…
 
After week one on the road to the Antrim Coast Half Marathon Sonia asks us to review and adjust based on what we have learned. We dial in our team captains and a few squad members to get their takes on how the plan felt. Then coach Trevor Cummins jumps on the Irishman Abroad LiveLive (00447543122330) to advise us on what to do with the cross-traini…
 
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