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Ever notice women are overwhelmed and struggling to keep it all together? This podcast provides straight talk along with inspiration for existing and aspiring women real estate investors to live both balanced and financially free lives. Liz Faircloth and Andresa Guidelli chat with some amazing women real estate investors, who open up their lives and share practical and strategic tools for growing a rental portfolio, flipping houses and the mindset that allows them to run a successful investi ...
 
The Detox and Chill Podcast is a lifestyle podcast based in Boston. It’s our mission to share how we pursue our passion for wellness while balancing our real-world corporate jobs! It’s a place where green juice and wine are interchangeable and nothing is off limits. Instead of finding yourself down an internet black hole, we’ll be bringing the experts straight to you so that your burning questions can be answered. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/detoxandchill/support
 
The best and the worst advocates for God, if he needs them, are believers, and the more passionate you are about your belief the more in danger you are of getting it wrong and doing Him/Her damage, not to mention people you malign. Over the centuries misguided Christian leaders have done immense damage to those with whom they disagreed or demonised.Christian anti-semitism over many centuries it can be argued prompted the holocaust. The Great Reformer Martin Luther's booklet "The Jews and the ...
 
Want to drop fat by eating ridiculously well and exercising less? Whether you’re into Intermittent Fasting, Keto, Paleo, Plant-Based, Wild, Carnivore or completely clueless, we’re here to help you eat right, train smarter, and transform your body and mind to be your absolute best. This family-friendly show is free of outside advertising for your listening pleasure. Winner of 4 awards and #1 in Health in 8+ countries.
 
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Unless you come from a first-responder background, you’re most likely more than a little bit nervous at the thought of your first code blue. In this episode we’ll talk about what to expect when you push that little button that makes the big noise. Memories of my first code blue Recognizing a code blue Responding to the code Being prepared BEFORE th…
 
It appears the writing is on the wall for Judith Collins' leadership. Newshub's latest Reid Research Poll has the National leader on 5.6 per cent support in the preferred Prime Minister stakes -- down 12.8. Jacinda Ardern is on 48.1 per cent, and even Sir John Key - who's long since left politics - polled higher. However, Collins says those numbers…
 
Travelers in England were packing their bags, bartenders were polishing their glasses and performers were warming up as Britain prepared Sunday for a major step out of lockdown — but with clouds of worry on the horizon. Excitement at the reopening of travel and hospitality vied with anxiety that a more contagious virus variant first found in India …
 
Three Hawera police officers are being accused of negligence in the care of a man who died in custody. They are on trial at the High Court in New Plymouth, after Allen Ball was found dead in a cell in 2019. The 55-year-old was intoxicated when arrested, and fell asleep in the police car. The Crown alleges the officers' negligence was a causal facto…
 
Record volumes of gold have been moved to New Zealand in the past year. International investors have been flying in their nuggets of gold and storing them in vaults here. Customs figures reveal $242 million in gold was imported to New Zealand in the past 12 months. Managing director at NZ Gold Merchants Tony Coleman told Heather du Plessis-Allan it…
 
The country's immigration "reset" wants to reduce the economy's reliance on low-wage migrants. Economic Development Minister Stuart Nash laid out the Government's immigration policy intentions in a speech this evening. It includes making it harder for employers to take on workers from overseas, other than in areas of genuine skills shortages. Deput…
 
A Wellington axe-throwing company has taken aim at getting a liquor licence. Sweet Axe Throwing has applied to Wellington City Council's Licensing Committee for an on-premises licence, claiming it won't make things dangerous. The conditions of the licence would see customers limited to two drinks each over a two-hour axe-throwing session, with any …
 
One of our major banks believes a new home loan will help housing supply issues. ASB's offering a 1.79-percent variable interest rate for customers building a new home from scratch or purchasing a home and land package. It will use funds available under the Reserve Bank’s Funding for Lending Programme. The bank's Craig Sims hopes the interest rate …
 
Samoa's apparent election result is being described as historic. The Samoa Observer says the Fast party has won April's election, over the incumbent Human Rights Protection Party. Its Supreme Court has overruled the electoral office appointing an extra member of Parliament to the existing Government. It ends a month-long period of uncertainty. Samo…
 
This is no longer a debate, is it? National’s race-based campaign isn’t working. Not only is it not giving national a bump in the polls - the party’s still sitting at 27 percent in the latest Newshub-Reid Research poll – but it actually seems to be repelling voters. Asked if National is being divisive, 44.5 percent said yes. Only 23.5 percent said …
 
A Christchurch City councillor has rejected the idea of councillors being given special mental health support. It comes after Wellington City councillor Simon Woolf called for a organisation to give counselling to city council members. He said the job was high pressure and opened up about his struggles with mental health. But Aaron Keown told Heath…
 
Australia will likely begin a “slow methodical and safe opening” of its international borders in the first half of 2022, Nick Coatsworth says. His comments come as a new opinion poll shows an overwhelming majority of people are supportive of the international border remaining closed. Prime Minister Scott Morrison is facing renewed calls for the bor…
 
DHB nurses will go on strike next month for eight hours. It'll be on the June 9 and NZNO say their members are angry and frustrated at the first DHB pay offer last month. That offer was a 1.38% pay rise. Since then, we've also had the pay freeze announcement that has ruffled more than a few feathers. NZNO's Industrial Advisor David Wait told Heathe…
 
For Americans vaccinated against Covid-19, daily life may look increasingly different than for those who aren't inoculated yet following Thursday's mask guidance, experts said. "We are on the right path (for) people who are fully immunized," National Institutes of Health Director Dr. Francis Collins told CNN. "You can take your mask off indoors as …
 
Just because real estate is expensive where you live, doesn’t mean you can’t invest. Out-of-state investing creates a great opportunity. On today’s episode, we talk with Lesley Ray, full-time investor, on the lessons she learned while growing her portfolio out of state. When investing out of state, having a local solid team is important. We discuss…
 
Auckland's Mayor has seemingly snubbed the former Mayor of Northland. The Herald's hosting a debate on Monday night with stakeholders and political leaders on the future of Auckland's Port. But the author of a report which broached the key idea of moving the port to Northland has allegedly been uninvited. Former Far North Mayor Wayne Brown told Hea…
 
The Government has announced a major shake-up in the KiwiSaver default provider appointments with five providers not being reappointed. There are currently nine default providers but this shrinks to six providers under a new seven-year contract with the government. People are allocated to a default KiwiSaver fund when they are automatically enrolle…
 
Prince Harry has said he was caught in a cycle of "pain and suffering" in the British royal family and hinted that he is heavily critical of the way his father, Prince Charles, raised him, in a lengthy and personal new interview. The Duke of Sussex was talking to actor Dax Shepard, host of the "Armchair Expert" podcast, in an episode released Thurs…
 
NRL coach Ricky Stuart has landed himself in some hot water. Speaking to media, he said if he couldn't have tough conversations with his players, he may as well coach netball. He's now apologised, but gave one more parting jab, telling the Australian netball community that any publicity for them is good. Former Silver Fern Adine Wilson told Heather…
 
Iconic TV actor, writer, comedian and political satirist David McPhail has died. He was 76 and died peacefully in his sleep last night. McPhail is probably best remembered for his work with Jon Gadsby on shows such as McPhail and Gadsby and A Week of It, where he impersonated political figures such as Rob Muldoon, Winston Peters and Jim Anderton Pi…
 
Former All Blacks captain and World Cup winner David Kirk has rejected claims there's a conflict of interest surrounding the New Zealand Rugby Players' Association's latest private equity proposal. On Friday, Forsyth Barr tabled an alternative to Silver Lake's offer of investment in New Zealand Rugby that values the organisation between $3.4 billio…
 
This counter-proposal to allow Kiwi mum and dad investors to buy into NZ Rugby is crazy. This has been mooted today by the Rugby Players Association, which is desperate to kill off the plan for Silverlake to buy 12.5% of the game. So instead, they want you and me to buy collectively 5%, through a public float, raising $191m. Which mum and dad inves…
 
A Herald investigation into the treatment of female doctors is highlighting sexism and a ‘boys club’ culture in our health system. It finds 70% of senior doctors, and leadership roles in our DHBs are filled by men. And people the Herald spoke to say gender bias in the health system can kill when women's symptoms differ from men's and get misdiagnos…
 
A helping hand for teachers trying to tackle racism in the classroom. The Teaching Council's launched an 'Unteach Racism' campaign with resources available on a website and app. It aims to inform teachers about racism, offer advice on how to confront the issue and eventually - dismantling it. Chief Executive Lesley Hoskin told Heather du Plessis-Al…
 
Inflation worries have rattled US markets, but should we be concerned? The major stock indexes are on track for their worst week in more than six months. US inflation for April rose by 0.8 percent, taking the annual increase of prices to 4.2 percent, which is much higher than analysts were expecting. The concerns have hit the NZ dollar as well, whi…
 
China's weak population growth is falling closer to zero as fewer couples have children, government data showed, adding to strains on an aging society with a shrinking workforce. The population rose by 72 million people over the past 10 years to 1.411 billion in 2020, the National Bureau of Statistics announced after a once-a-decade census. It said…
 
A 9-year-old boy has died in northern England after being hit by lightning. Emergency services responded to reports of a seriously injured child at a soccer field in Blackpool on Tuesday afternoon. The boy, who has not been named by authorities, was taken to a hospital but died in the evening. Lancashire Police said enquiries were ongoing but offic…
 
The Teaching Council is urging teachers to confront racism with a campaign it says some might find scary. It launched the Unteach Racism programme today with a video featuring film-maker Taika Waititi talking to an image of his school-age self about the racism he would encounter at school and in society. "Forget about being accused of being a glue-…
 
A former producer on The Ellen Show has sensationally slammed the scandal-plagued talk show queen, just hours after she announced she would be quitting her show after 19 seasons. Ellen DeGeneres today confirmed she is ending her long-running talk show after a brutal year of toxic workplace and bullying claims. And in an explosive interview with Aus…
 
New Zealand's housing crisis continues to stagnate efforts to slash child poverty, the latest data shows. The Government today released two child wellbeing reports, holding it to account on measures introduced in 2018 to reduce child poverty. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, who is Minister for Child Poverty Reduction, said the reports highlighted mo…
 
KEY POINTS: Government to directly contract motels for emergency accommodation Wrap around social support services for those in emergency accommodation to be provided Grouping of cohorts like families and tamariki in particular motels separate from other groups One-stop Housing Hub for access to services and support to be established The Government…
 
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