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A former management consultant, entrepreneur, and writer of several books on how to apply the Pareto principle (80/20 rule) in all walks of life. Richard has also used his concepts to make a fortune from several private equity investments made personally. Richard’s investments have included Filofax, Plymouth Gin, the Great Little Trading Company and Betfair. Previously he had been a consultant at Boston Consulting Group and later a partner at Bain and Company, before leaving to start managem ...
 
CityLife Church consists of people whose lives have been transformed by God’s love and power through a vibrant relationship with Jesus Christ. Our mission is to see ‘Generations and Nations. Loving God and Loving People’ and our aim is to communicate God’s love to others in many and varied ways. DISCLAIMER: Opinions or thoughts shared on this platform are the Speakers’ own and may not be wholly representative of Citylife Church and it’s views and values. If you have concerns’ or feedback on ...
 
The Faith & Life Lectures are open and welcoming public forums where nationally known speakers reflect on how Christian faith intersects with different dimensions of everyday life. Past speakers have included William Willimon, Gregory Boyle, Hilary Lunke, Richard Stearns, Marilynne Robinson, Dr. Timothy Johnson, Kevin Kling, Rick Steves and Glennon Melton. The series is a community service of St. Philip the Deacon Lutheran Church in Plymouth, Minnesota.
 
This podcast features weekly messages given during the Lord's Day morning ministry meeting at Pine Street Chapel. These messages are given by different brothers from week to week, as led by the Holy Spirit, and we pray that they will be an encouragement to you, wherever you are in your spiritual journey. Please visit www.PineStreetChapel.org to learn more about us. God bless you!
 
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner is a founding fable of our modern age. We are the wedding guests, and the albatross around the Mariner's neck is an emblem of human despair and our abuse of the natural world. Yet in its beautiful terror there lies a wondrous solution – that we might wake up and find ourselves saved. Art knows no boundaries. The Ancient Mariner Big Read is an inclusive, immersive work of audio and visual art from the 21st century that reflects the sweeping majesty and abiding ...
 
Argyle Chat is a weekly podcast on Plymouth Argyle Football Club brought to you by the Herald sports desk.Please send any questions or comments to our Twitter account @HeraldPAFC (https://twitter.com/HeraldPAFC) or post them on our Facebook page. For all the latest news on the Pilgrims, visit www.plymouthherald.co.uk/sport (http://www.plymouthherald.co.uk/sport)
 
St. Philip the Deacon is a church of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) located in Plymouth, Minnesota, a western suburb of Minneapolis. Our mission is to “Reach Out. Proclaim. Inspire.” We invite you to join us as partners in the Gospel, carrying out the work God has called each of us to do in God's world. God bless you. Includes sermons from our Sunday morning 9:45 worship services.
 
Her Voice Echoes presents women's history through letters, editorials, articles and other documents written by and, sometimes, about women. Our goal is to hear the voices of women across time, whether it's a court case from Plymouth Colony, a letter home from a daughter visiting London in the 1880s, or an email from a soldier in Iraq to her husband back home in the US. We hear the voices of women whose names you may know and from others who lived their lives in obscurity. We explore the big ...
 
Right Start Radio is a ministry of the Grace Polaris Church of Columbus, Ohio, and was started over 40 years ago with Pastor Jim Custer producing and then delivering it to local radio stations. Today Right Start can be heard in Ohio, Northern Kentucky, Gainesville and Ocala Florida and New Plymouth, New Zealand. Right Start is an outreach ministry with a three-fold aim: 1) Stimulate an interest in understanding the Word of God among believers (Colossians 1:28). 2) Strengthen local churches b ...
 
Liquor and Liqueur Connoisseur is a podcast for anyone that enjoys distilled spirits! Built on the premise of drinking, discussing, and discovering the world of distilled spirits, each episode features consistent tastings and much more. The featured spirit's backstory is covered, including history of production, marketing, availability, notable events for the spirit, as well as personal stories on enjoyment. This podcast features new episodes at least weekly, and is the work of host Matt Bir ...
 
War historian, writer, and broadcaster, James Rogers, presents this History Hit show about the most catastrophic wars in modern history. From the Seven Years War and the World Wars, to the Cold War and the War on Terror, this podcast opens up fascinating new perspectives on how conflict has shaped and changed our world. Each week, twice a week, James teams up with fellow historians, veterans, and experts to reveal astonishing new histories of ferocious global warfare, bloody revolutions, and ...
 
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The Royal New Zealand Navy's newest and largest-ever ship - the HMNZS Aotearoa - is making its first visit to its ceremonial home port in New Plymouth today. The $450 million supply ship came into service last year and at 173-metres long it can carry 10.5 million litres of fuel - or enough to 'top up' a frigate almost 14 times. Our Taranaki Whangan…
 
Episode 51 features Plymouth Gin, a category of one in the world of gin styles. The bottle for the tasting is 750mL at 41.2% ABV, or 82.4 proof. Enjoy this episode with some Plymouth Gin, neat, with tonic, or mixed in a martini. Plymouth's official website: https://www.plymouthgin.com/en-EN Brief Historical Timeline: 1431 - Building constructed as …
 
Non-New Zealand citizens trying to get back to Aotearoa from very high-risk Covid-19 countries are basically out of runway under the government's new rules. It's created a category for countries with very high numbers of Covid-19 cases among returnees. So far India, Pakistan, PNG and Brazil are on that list. In a bid to slash the number of positive…
 
In another change announced today, people returning to New Zealand at about the same time will now all be taken to the same managed- isolation hotel. The government is changing the way it handles MIQ, to reduce the risk of Covid-19 transmission within facilities. Under the new system, cohorts of people arriving in New Zealand over a 96-hour period …
 
The government is planning to give local Government the biggest overhaul in decades. The Minister Nanaia Mahuta today announced an independent review which will determine the future of the sector for the next 25 to 30 years. Local government leaders say changes are needed, but the opposition is worried the review could lead to amalgamation of counc…
 
New Zealand residents in four Covid-19-ravaged countries will be barred from coming home under a new regime at the border. Only citizens from those countries will be able to return. The rules are a relaxation of the complete travel ban on those arriving from India - but are a much stricter imposition on Pakistan, Brazil and Papua New Guinea. Here's…
 
Auckland Council is giving thousands of kauri trees in the Waitākere Ranges a full health check. The forest is being surveyed to monitor trees for years to come - tracking how kauri dieback disease affects individual trees and the wider population. Our reporter Katie Doyle and Cameraman Dan Cook took a trip out to the ranges to see what it's all ab…
 
It was a noisy wake-up call for some Wellington residents this morning, as bus drivers on strike started the picket line well before sunrise in one of the capital's suburbs. Chants, car horns, and a brass band were all go for the 24-hour strike, due to end at 4am Saturday. But service disruptions could last a lot longer after the employer, NZ Bus, …
 
New figures show the rate of antidepressants being prescribed over the past four years is at an all time high and there's a huge disparity between ethnic groups. Data released to Checkpoint under the Official Information Act shows the rate of anti-depressants prescribed to Māori, and Pasifika is up to 34 times less than other ethnicities. That's de…
 
The government has made drastic changes to the Royal Commission into Abuse in Care's inquiry, meaning abuse that's happened over the last 22 years can no longer be investigated. The inquiry is examining abuse of people in state and faith-based care between 1950 and 1999 but it was also given discretion to look outside of that time period. The Inter…
 
New, tougher border restrictions are expected to slash the number of Covid-19-positive returnees from India alone, by 75 percent. The government has classified India as a "very high risk country" along with Pakistan, Papua New Guinea and Brazil, based on the number of people with Covid-19 arriving in New Zealand from each of the hot spots. The new …
 
Paul preached his first sermon as if it might be his last. The Apostle "left everything on the field," as we say - his message contained history, prophecy and personal experience. You could call him crazy, but you couldn't call him half-hearted. Pastor Jim picks up his message, Through the Jews, to the Gentiles, in Acts 13:18. Listen to Right Start…
 
We are here before you, because we are scared" - that was the message to Wellington councillors from the Alliance Against Sexual Violence this morning. Three weeks on from their rally which called for more action against sexual violence, members are now voicing the demands to the politicians. They want more funding for prevention organisations, bet…
 
Australia and New Zealand's foreign ministers were all smiles during their first face-to-face meeting, despite an assortment of festering trans-Tasman tensions. Marise Payne has made quick use of the new two-way travel bubble, flying in yesterday and departing tomorrow. And in a carefully choreographed media conference this afternoon, every word wa…
 
People living in isolated areas lacking health services want their voices heard, following the health reforms announcement. Health Minister Andrew Little says a new entity - Health NZ - will strive to make sure everyone, no matter where they live, will have access to the same level of health care. But in more remote parts of the country people fear…
 
A Sydney GP says Australian vaccination clinics have faced transparency and supply issues in their bid to help protect the country against Covid-19. The Commonwealth-funded, GP-led vaccination clinics are part of Australia's vaccine rollout. So far, more than 1.6 million doses of the vaccine have been delivered across Australia. That's a far cry fr…
 
The curtain is coming down for elephants at Auckland Zoo - as the last two pack their trunks for Australia. The Zoo has confirmed that Anjalee is being adopted by Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo, while Burma is going to Australia Zoo in Queenland. A decision was made to rehome the two remaining elephants when Auckland Zoo realised it was not po…
 
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