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On Sunday 14th October 2018 comedian Evan Hocking got "Down On One Knee" and proposed to his fiance. Now they have to plan a wedding. In his daily 5 minute podcast Evan's decided to count down the last 400 days till the "happiest day of his life". Why? Because if he can't commit to 5 minutes a day how the hell can he commit to the one woman for the rest of his life? marriage, weddings, relationships, party, alcohol, lifestyle, self help, travel, bucks parties, hens parties, destination, over ...
 
A daily show for everyone who works a regular job and wants to start an income-earning project on the side. In each episode, listeners will hear a different story of someone who's started a side hustle—along with what went well, how that person overcame challenges, and what happened as a result. The show is written and hosted by Chris Guillebeau, the New York Times bestselling author of The $100 Startup, The Happiness of Pursuit, and other books.
 
Disgraceland is a music podcast that explores the alleged true crime antics and criminal connections of musicians we love like Jerry Lee Lewis, the Rolling Stones, A$AP Rocky, Cardi B, the Grateful Dead, Amy Winehouse, Bob Marley, and more. Disgraceland is a scripted, single voice narrative storytelling podcast that melds music, true crime, and history. Disgraceland is not a journalistic podcast. It is an entertainment podcast inspired by true events. Certain dialogue and scenes are sometime ...
 
You don't need to sell all your stuff and jump on an airplane to find out what it's like to live or travel as a foreigner in Asia! Join the oddly and aptly named Big and White, two expat ladies who have already taken the plunge, as they chat about the joys and sorrows of moving to a new culture and sticking out like a sore thumb. Whether it's discussing the finer points of driving in Kathmandu traffic, chatting about stomach parasites, or reminiscing about the time they accidentally asked fo ...
 
What does it feel like in the split second when you realize you're about to be locked up in a foreign country - possibly for life? In Locked Up Abroad, host Jim Clemente (Real Crime Profile) brings you first hand accounts from people who lived this nightmare, starting with Billy Hayes, subject of the Oliver Stone movie Midnight Express. A riveting, immersive audio adaptation of the hit TV series by the National Geographic Channel. From Istanbul to Bali to Sao Paulo, you'll hear what it's lik ...
 
Saigon, or Hồ Chí Minh City, is a busy, bustling, crazy and chaotic metropolis home to nearly 9 million people and over 7 million motorbikes. It is hot, dirty and noisy. Traditional and modern at the same time, and growing more so every day, it is also an extremely enjoyable place to live. Both Saigon and Vietnamese culture present a unique set of challenges for anyone to live in, whether you are a foreigner or Vietnamese. Seven Million Bikes talks to just some of the people that live here, ...
 
Each episode lasts between 5 and 15 minutes (as short and succinct as possible) and contains tips, strategies, research, methodology, case studies and ideas to help you build wealth safely and successfully. Stuart Wemyss is a qualified independent financial advisor, accountant, tax agent and licenses mortgage broker allowing him to provide holistic advice. He has authored three books with his latest being Investopoly. (Buy your copy here - http://investopoly.com.au/). Stuart writes a weekly ...
 
Welcome to Midlands Export the brand new podcast brought to you by the Department for International Trade in the Midlands. We’ll be talking to some of our Export Champions who are some of the regions most successful small and medium sized exporters.We’ll be asking them about how they win and serve international clients so you can learn from their experience. We’ll also be investigating some of the countries and sectors where local businesses might have the best export opportunities.
 
Four Seas One Family focuses exclusively on the overseas lifestyles of expats, immigrants and migrants. Listen to insights our host and guests bring that will assist in constructing a clear understanding of how being a global citizen can help people from different backgrounds learn more about themselves and others while at the same time appreciating that we all have a lot more in common than we think.
 
Azaria Bell talks with you about your money. We acknowledge the darkinjung people, Traditional Custodians of the land on which our studio sits, and pay respects to their Elders past and present. We extend that respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples who may listen to our podcast.
 
From nine to noon every weekday, Kathryn Ryan talks to the people driving the news - in New Zealand and around the world. Delve beneath the headlines to find out the real story, listen to Nine to Noon's expert commentators and reviewers and catch up with the latest lifestyle trends on this award-winning programme.
 
“The Case For Immigration” podcast explores issues in American history, economics, political philosophy, and culture and argues that large-scale immigration benefits Americans across income levels and strengthens American culture. The podcast argues that cuts to current immigration levels would leave America weaker, smaller, less innovative, less optimistic, less religious, and less able to meet its fiscal obligations. The podcast is hosted by Nathan Brown, an immigration lawyer in Fresno, C ...
 
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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Businesses are welcoming government moves to allow two thousand overseas seasonal workers back into the country to work in the primary sector. The workers will arrive early next year, spending two weeks in managed isolation at the expense of the employers, who will also be required to pay them the living wage of $22.10. The government has also anno…
 
The British government faced fury Wednesday after ditching its long-standing target for overseas aid in the wake of what it described as the deepest recession in over three centuries. In a statement to lawmakers, Treasury chief Rishi Sunak said the target to allocate 0.7% of national income to overseas aid will be cut to 0.5%. The move is expected …
 
Will countries force travellers to prove they've been vaccinated for COVID if they want to enter their borders, and if that's the case, would you do it? As the search for a COVID vaccine becomes more advanced, countries and airline companies will have to grapple with these questions.Also, veterans' support services are recording an increase in the …
 
An Italian living in England is trying to break into the multilingual voiceover market. Side Hustle School features a new episode EVERY DAY, featuring detailed case studies of people who earn extra money without quitting their job. This year, the show includes free guided lessons and listener Q&A several days each week. Share: #SideHustleSchool Sho…
 
Today’s caller is hoping to set up a service with a low service fee *and* a renewal payment every three months. Is there an easy way to do this? Side Hustle School features a new episode EVERY DAY, featuring detailed case studies of people who earn extra money without quitting their job. This year, the show includes free guided lessons and listener…
 
More screen time increases risk of myopiaAustralian Museum Sydney opens following major transformationRare monkey finally namedNSW Premier’s Prize for battery researchNSW Premier’s Prize for research and leadership in medical biological scienceJourney to Australia, then New Holland by Joseph Banks leads to the publication of hundreds of drawings of…
 
The Minnesota Department of Health reported 101 deaths for one day. That is much higher than the previous daily record of 72 deaths. The data is from before Thanksgiving. Referring to people who have lost family members, Gov. Tim Walz said Minnesotans “owe those families a promise” to fight the virus. This is your MPR News update for Nov. 27, 2020.…
 
In 2009, the Australian Tax Office (ATO) began accepting payments by credit card. Many Australians have to pay tax anyway, so they took the opportunity to pay by card and earn frequent flyer points in the process. Since then, the banks have slowly but surely removed this loophole by excluding government payments from earning points. Next week, St G…
 
You don’t have to be British to work here, but it helps. Citizens of the 54 Commonwealth countries can serve in the British Army and other branches of the armed forces, and are eligible to settle in the UK after discharge if they have served for at least four years. But settlement isn’t automatic, and over the years too many have ended up without t…
 
An author of a new romance series wants to know if she should pay a service that markets ebooks to a large audience to promote her debut. Side Hustle School features a new episode EVERY DAY, featuring detailed case studies of people who earn extra money without quitting their job. This year, the show includes free guided lessons and listener Q&A se…
 
It's the Friday Shake Up and we're talking...Whether young hospo workers have it better than previous generations, whether cheap fashion can ever be ethically made, and how The Crown has made young people revisit the royal family.Join Hack's Avani Dias with journalist Jade Gailberger and actor Remy Hii.…
 
Australian-British academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert has been released from an Iranian prison after spending more than two years behind bars over allegations of espionage. “Thank you … to all of you who have supported me and campaigned for my freedom, it has meant the world to me to have you behind me throughout what has been a long and traumatic ordeal…
 
A review of Parliament's dress code is on the cards, with the Speaker taking soundings over the summer break. Earlier this week, Greens co-leader James Shaw asked Trevor Mallard if he could look into the rule that requires men to wear ties. Mallard, who first arrived at Parliament in 1984, told the House MPs can write to him individually with their…
 
The declaration of a climate change emergency next week could be a crucial move, at a crucial time. Jacinda Ardern will introduce a Government Motion on Wednesday, asking MPs to support a symbolic emergency declaration. It won't materially change any rules or regulations. But Victoria University climate change expert Adrian Macey told Mike Hosking …
 
All you need to know ahead of the All Blacks' clash against the Pumas in Newcastle The All Blacks have made three changes to their starting lineup for Saturday's Tri Nations rematch against Argentina, retaining an unchanged backline and most of the lineup which slumped to an historic loss to the Pumas two weeks ago. Akira Ioane will start on the bl…
 
With his team already facing injury issues, Black Caps coach Gary Stead is hoping this is the worst he sees of the condensed cricketing schedule. New Zealand will open their international Twenty20 series on Friday against the West Indies at Eden Park, which will be their first international match since March 13. Friday's clash marks the start of a …
 
Americans, millions of whom travelled against the advice of public health officials, tried to stay safe before they hunkered down with their families for Thanksgiving, a holiday remade by the pandemic as case numbers and death tolls rise. Lily Roberts, 19, said she got tested for COVID-19 at San Francisco International Airport before driving home t…
 
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. Housing. 8/10. "On fire for another week. Profits on sale, prices asked, auctions attended, scraps with politicians, and angst for first timers. This is the soap opera that just won't quit." Grant Robertson's Letter to Adrian Orr …
 
Tilly Lloyd from Unity Books reviews Tyranny of Merit: What's Become of the Common Good? by Michael Sandel. This book is published by Allen Lane. These are dangerous times for democracy. We live in an age of winners and losers, where the odds are stacked in favour of the already fortunate. Sandel argues that to overcome the polarised politics of ou…
 
The Government wants out of work New Zealanders to put up their hands for seasonal summer work. It's offering unemployed Kiwis up to $200 a week for accommodation costs, and a $1000 payment for workers who complete jobs of six weeks, or longer. Minister for Social Development Carmel Sepuloni told Mike Hosking they're aiming to break down barriers t…
 
South Aucklander Lydia Hascott went to university not sure of what the end goal was. She talks to Kathryn about how she came to be the head of Intrapreneurship at the London-based Finance Innovation Lab, working with mainstream finance professionals to help them to embed sustainable innovative practice and purpose in their organisations. If she has…
 
Black Friday is known to throw up a bargain, but what shoppers may not know is some product prices are increased ahead of the flash sales event: Data from price comparison website PriceSpy shows that one in 10 products typically go up in price around Black Friday. These items are typically gadgets and electronics, and the increases tend to happen a…
 
In Hong Kong three pro-democracy advocates have been remanded in custody this week after pleading guilty on charges of organising and inciting an unauthorised assembly during last year's protest movement. And thousands of protesters in Thailand continue to take to the streets. The activists have escalated their demands calling for the king to cede …
 
The Royal Commission's findings into the Christchurch shooting are with the appropriate Minister. First question is, when do we get to see it? The law says it should be put into the house as soon as practicable, whatever that means. But it is potentially the most critical part of the whole tragic event. Tarrant has been sentenced. So, justice, such…
 
Two thousand workers from the Pacific will come to New Zealand early next year to pick fruit for the horticulture and wine industries. Their arrival is hoped to cover a huge hole in the labour force and avert what many growers have been calling a crisis. But there are Government conditions to the deal. Employers will have to pay the workers a livin…
 
New Zealanders Monica Page and T De Silva quit their Sydney-based jobs last July with a plan to travel the world for three years. Already seasoned travellers, they had a spreadsheet of destinations they'd lined up to visit and were in Europe in March when the seriousness of Covid became apparent. They flew to Barbados to lay low, ending up there fo…
 
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