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I pastor Legana Christian Church in Tasmania, Australia. I also produce radio program called Finding Truth Matters where I take the ancient truth of God's Word, explain it, and show how it is relevant for today. I spend a fair bit time helping couples prepare for their marriages and have been doing so now for nearly 30 years. Lately, I've been producing some 1 minute audios for radio stations where I try to take a complex problem or idea and simplify it and offer a different perspective for ...
 
Welcome To Doctor Warrick's Podcast Channel. Doctor Warrick is a practicing cardiologist and author with a passion for improving care by helping patients' understand their heart health through education. Warrick believes educated patients get the best health care. Discover and understand the latest approaches and technology in heart care and how this might apply to you or someone you love. >> FREE HEALTHY HEART MEMBERSHIP: SEE HERE https://healthyheartnetwork.com/free << About Dr. Warrick Bi ...
 
A nurse lives in a quiet town in Tasmania, Australia. He spends his life working with children and is the ultimate father figure, but he has a dark secret. People who still hold positions of power protected him. They are still protecting others. Hear from childhood sexual assault survivors sharing their stories for the first time, and know that there are countless others waiting to be heard. If you have any tips, information contact thenursepodcast@gmail.com
 
Welcome to the Urban Broadcast Collective. We are a curated network of podcast and radio shows on everything urban. And our goal is simple – to bring together all the amazing urban focused podcasts on one site. If you would like to get involved in the Urban Broadcast Collective, please contact one of our podcast producers: Natalie Osborne from Griffith University; Elizabeth Taylor from RMIT; Tony Matthews from Griffith University; Paul Maginn from the University of Western Australia; Jason B ...
 
They're weird and sometimes frightening. They've been spotted in our forests, our oceans and even in our cities. Are they in your neighbourhood? Rarely seen or photographed, some dispute that they even exist at all... They're Megan and Paddy, and they want to talk to you about Cryptids.
 
The second edition of Broadcast Builder features interviews with WorkSafe Victoria, Tone Wheeler on behalf of Think Brick Australia, SPASA and the Victorian Building Commission. Listen and learn about Return to Work and how it impacts your building business, the Fair Work Act 2009 and Designing for Climate. In the Designing for Climate interview Tone Wheeler discusses thermal mass and design considerations for homes in a variety of climates. Builders in NSW, Victoria and Tasmania can earn 1 ...
 
Australia is full of diverse Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander nations. From Bunuba to Wiradjuri, palawa to Kala Lagaw Ya, every mob has its own language and unique culture. Each episode of Little Yarns will take you on a journey to a different nation to learn a first word on Country. We’ll travel south across the Tasman Sea to lutruwita (Tasmania) and learn about the mums of palawa country. Look out for crocs in Wadjigany, while we find out about the seasons in Batjamalh language. And k ...
 
Cider review podcast on iTunes, where two like minded guys set the cider world to rights in a discussion of all things cider related. Damian hails from Tasmania and now resides in Seattle, where he struggles to get his cider fix. He will leave no stone unturned in his quest to discover a hidden gem. Rob hails from Bristol in the West Country, UK. Born and raised in cider country he regularly enjoys the local spoils Somerset has to offer, and rubs Damians nose in it... Twitter: @ThemApplesShow
 
An encyclopaedia of heroic failure Join Ben Van der Velde, Barry McStay and their guests as they brandish their wooden spoons of destiny and celebrate the losers, heroic failures and spectacular mis-steps that pockmark human endeavour. If you ever want to feel better about your progress in life, take a listen and enjoy a lovely schadenfreude bubble bath. Music by Max Perryment (www.maxperryment.co.uk) Donate to us via Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/WorstFootForward
 
Bringing a wealth of international business expertise to the table, Best-Selling Author and entrepreneur Tony Park shares the secrets to turbocharging your circle of influence. As a born Australian and current resident of Tasmania, Tony provides a different perspective to not only running a business, but leveraging relationships and connections to ensure everyone reaps the rewards. Having created over $100 million in value across multiple international companies, Tony clearly understands the ...
 
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Tuesday marks exactly sixty years since Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin flew Vostok 1 on a lap of the globe, in what was the first manned space flight. The successful orbit took just under two hours and was a Soviet body blow to the United States, falling in the middle of a space race that had gripped the two Super Powers. Astronomer Alan Gilmore, a…
 
Samoa is awaiting final vote counts and some horse-trading to see which of two political parties will govern for the next five years. The Human Rights Protection Party or HRPP and Faatuatua ile Atua Samoa ua Tasi (FAST) are both deadlocked on 25 seats each - with an independent holding the remaining one. FAST is less than a year old. Its leader Fia…
 
A Māori health leader says warnings about non-clinical health workers administering the Covid-19 vaccine in Māori communities are unfounded. The Nurses Organisation says a plan to train up health workers to plug the shortage of Māori nurses and doctors involved in the Covid-19 vaccine roll-out exposes decades of underinvestment in Māori health, and…
 
The New Plymouth District Council has done a flip-flop over its support for a controversial composting plant which has accumulated a 20,000 tonne stockpile of contaminated waste at its Uruti site. In an odd move, the council is looking to formally withdraw its submission in favour of renewing Remediation NZ's consents - more than two weeks after th…
 
Parts of New Zealand's east coast are so dry, farmers say they'll run out of feed before the winter. NIWA's drought index shows Hawke's Bay, Marlborough and Banks Peninsula are very or extremely dry - and the forecast isn't looking much better. Some farmers say it's been 18 months since they've had a decent downpour, and want more recognition of th…
 
Many children are not getting a good education in science. The Education Review Office says only half the primary schools and early childhood centres it visited recently were teaching the subject well. The report follows in the wake of a deluge of criticism over New Zealand children's unimpressive performance in international science tests. Chris D…
 
More now on the mould-riddled conditions at Hutt Valley High School which are forcing up to 500 of its senior students to desert classrooms and study from home for two and half days a week in term two. Miranda Cross's oldest child is in year 12 at the school and faces a disrupted year. She spoke to Susie Ferguson.…
 
A justice advocate and former National Party MP says this country's drug laws have been out of date for decades. He is a signatory to an open letter from a high-powered group of dozens of individuals and organisations calling for drugs to be treated as a health issue. Justice Minister Andrew Little has poured cold water on the calls to overhaul the…
 
Hundreds of senior students from one of Wellington's biggest high schools are being forced to study from home because their classrooms are riddled with toxic mould. Hutt Valley High School is blaming the Ministry of Education, saying officials have known about the problems for years and failed to act. Scott Evans from the Ministry says it has done …
 
The Māori Party is under police investigation for failing to declare more than $300,000 in donations - and could be staring at a hefty sanction. The party's president Che Wilson says it was an honest mistake but that hasn't stopped the Electoral Commission asking police to probe three large donations received in the leadup to last year's election. …
 
Hundreds of protestors are back on the streets in the US state of Minneapolis after the fatal shooting of a black man on Sunday local time. Daunte Wright, 20, was stopped for a traffic violation when an arresting officer opened fire. He was killed mere miles from where George Floyd died last year. Police have used tear gas and stun grenades to subd…
 
Hundreds of senior students from one of Wellington's biggest high schools are being forced to study from home because their classrooms are riddled with toxic mould. The principal of Hutt Valley High School's is blaming the Ministry of Education saying officials have known about the problems for years and failed to act. Scott Evans, the Ministry of …
 
Hundreds of senior students from one of Wellington's biggest high schools are being forced to study from home because their classrooms are riddled with toxic mould. The principal of Hutt Valley High School's is blaming the Ministry of Education saying officials have known about the problems for years and failed to act. Charlotte Cook reports.…
 
Many coronavirus restrictions have been lifted in Britain today, after months of lockdown. Restaurants and pubs in England can now serve customers outside, and non-essential shops have re-opened in England and Wales, with queues of eager shoppers forming. The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, urged everyone to "behave responsibly" as gyms and …
 
A health expert is lambasting the Government for its handling of border workers' Covid-19 testing records. The Government is to make it compulsory for all employers of border workers to use a national register to supply up-to-date info on their staff's routine Covid-19 tests. While some employers were already using the register, others were keeping…
 
Hundreds of senior students at Hutt Valley High school will be forced to study from home until their classrooms filled with toxic mould are fixed. Year 12 and 13 pupils will spend two and a half days a week studying remotely, after 13 classrooms, three bathrooms and a dance studio were closed because they were uninhabitable. The school says it spen…
 
The Māori Party President is blaming volunteers misinterpreting the rules for its failure to declare more than 300,000 dollars in donations. Any donation of over 30,000 must be declared to the Electoral Commission within 10 working days. Three gifts above that threshold were made between March and October last year, but were only recently declared …
 
In PlanningxChange Episode 77, Jess Noonan and Peter Jewell interview Loudon Luka, a planner with experience in both Australia and Malawi. Loudon went to Australia from his homeland Malawi in the mid 1990's to undertake post graduate study. He gained a Post Graduate in Urban Planning and a Masters in Planning both from Melbourne University. He then…
 
We're making cuts and elisions all over the place this week as we try turn this mish-mash of facts into a coherent podcast about the World's Worst Movie Adaptation. Alongside Patreon supporter and guest judge Kyle Bova is comedian and director Stuart Laws who has a good old bitch about The Beach. Meanwhile, Ben has a few choice images for The Emoji…
 
New Zealand will hold a memorial for Prince Philip after his formal funeral in the UK this coming weekend. Flags are being flown at half mast across the country to acknowledge his passing and a 41-gun salute was held in Wellington yesterday in commemoration. Canterbrian Lisbeth Clements, who is a big fan of the Duke of Edinburgh, appreciates the ch…
 
A Bay of Plenty family are having to move out of their home because of a rezoning of land due to risk. In 2005, the Awatarariki fanhead on the coast of Matatā flooded with slurry, rocks and timber following heavy rainfall. No one died, but property was damaged and a managed retreat process began. At the start of this month, a regional council plan …
 
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