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Join award winning journalist Paula Faris as she explores what people are called to and why, equipping you to live the life you were meant for! These real, honest conversations will leave you encouraged, empowered (with takeaways!) and entertained. Paula will be joined each week by friends--some old, some new--who can talk about purpose, calling, fear, branching out and the risks of pursuing dreams from their own perspective. Guests include: Candace Cameron Bure, ESPN's Maria Taylor, Chris T ...
 
The Warrior Life teaches you how to be successful in all areas of your life. Warriors are mentally and physically strong, so the show focuses on complete health. Laying the foundation for a warrior’s life takes commitment and dedication to all aspects of your well-being. The show airs twice a week. Tuesdays are an expansive version of my weekly blog, which teaches you how to break through bad diet cycles and create positive relationships with food to achieve the body and life of your dreams. ...
 
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Addressing the cost-of-living crisis was at the forefront of today's budget. Anyone earning less than $70k will get a one-off $350 over three months from August – $27 a week. But beneficiaries and pensioners miss out. Public transport will stay half price and the fuel tax reduction will continue for another two months. Finance Minister Grant Robert…
 
I want to bring you up to date on the serious baby formula shortage in the United States right now. Parents have been scrambling to find formula after one of America's largest producers was forced to shut down some of its manufacturing, after a bacteria safety scare. The FDA is now increasing formula imports into the country... Begging the question…
 
The ACT Party is calling this budget the brain drain budget... Saying ambitious Kiwis are tired of being milked and will leave the country for greener pastures. The Government has lifted caps for first home loans and grants... Something ACT says will only lift house prices further. ACT's leader David Seymour joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN …
 
Tauranga is grappling with a significant youth violence problem at some of its bus stops. So much so, the head of NZ Bus says it's the worst anti-social and criminal behaviour he's seen in his 22 years in the bus industry. The Regional Council has now voted to restrict free fares for under 18-year-olds, in the hope it will help ease the problem. Co…
 
The Government has reacted to the cost-of-living crisis with a billion-dollar package targeting the so-called "squeezed middle". But the boosts to transport costs and $27 for middle-income earners are temporary. Meanwhile, Treasury is forecasting inflation will remain elevated until 2025. ANZ chief economist Sharon Zollner joined Heather du Plessis…
 
COST OF LIVING PAYMENT – Is a temporary extra $27 going to cut it for those suffering from the cost-of-living crisis? What about those who are missing out? TRANSPORT – half-price public transport and petrol tax reduction will continue for two months and then what? Were you expecting something more long-term? CLIMATE CHANGE WAS BARELY MENTIONED TODA…
 
Addressing the cost-of-living crisis was the number one task for Grant Robertson today. And while the middle class will welcome $27 a week for three months – a total of 350 bucks – beneficiaries and pensioners are asking what's in it for them. Cost cuts to public transport and the fuel tax will continue for another couple of months The Salvation Ar…
 
This is the “block of cheese and cup of coffee” budget. Because that’s all you’re going to be able to buy with that extra $27 a week. One block of $21 tasty cheese and one $6 cup of coffee. And that’s only if you earn below $70K a year. As I said earlier, I think the first reaction low-income Kiwis will have is to be pleasantly surprised but that w…
 
There's big drama on the set of Dancing with the Stars. Eric Murray and Rhys Mathewson have both got Covid and have had to bow out of the competition paving the way for Alex Vaz and Newstalk ZB’s very own Kerre Woodham to return. Kerre joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVEBy Newstalk ZB
 
National says the Government is taking New Zealanders backwards with its budget. They say Grant Robertson spent too much money while Kiwis are continuing to fall behind every week. National Party leader Christopher Luxon joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVEBy Newstalk ZB
 
Health is at the forefront of this budget. Billions are being put aside to wipe DHB debt, Pharmac’s getting almost 200 million dollars over two years and the new Māori Health Authority is up for 168 million over four years. But what's in this budget for those on the front line? I'm talking doctors, and nurses ... remember we've got 4,000 nursing va…
 
In the UK, an unnamed Conservative MP (from the party of government) has been arrested on suspicion of rape and sexual assault. The UK government announces a new law will be introduced to change the post-Brexit trade deal for Northern Ireland. Plus, a UK charity shop worker found a foreign banknote worth £140,000 – but he didn't keep a penny for hi…
 
The border is opening but there's concern international students aren't exactly queuing up to return to New Zealand. International education used to be our fourth-biggest export earner, bringing in 5 billion dollars a year. But it's feared new changes to post-study work rights for international students could be putting students off coming here. Ch…
 
Is Act right to be upset with Anne Tolley for announcing what she thinks Tauranga's priorities are for the by-election candidates? She's not an elected official but she seems to be doing a good job for Tauranga – so shouldn't she be able to give her take? Police this afternoon released a statement, saying they're concerned that apathy or acceptance…
 
Tauranga doesn't have a mayor at the moment as you know but Anne Tolley, the commission chair in charge of running the city, has penned a letter with some priorities for the city for the candidates of the by-election next month. She said three infrastructure projects need to be top of mind for candidates... Hewletts Road/Hull Road/Totara Street imp…
 
Many people drive around in a sleep-deprived state. Auckland University scientists are researching how much sleep people can go without before starting to lose control of their impulses. They found even sleeping one hour less than usual immediately impacts reaction times. Auckland University's Arne Niewenhuys told Heather Du Plessis Allan another i…
 
The US President has met grieving families of victims of the Buffalo shooting. An 18-year-old gunman shot 13 people, and killed 10 in a racially motivated attack on Saturday. He claimed to have been inspired by Christchurch's mosque shootings. Correspondent Dan Mitchinson told Heather du Plessis Allan Joe Biden warned a "hateful minority" mustn't b…
 
We will hear a raft of company profit announcements in the next two weeks. Is the New Zealand share market performance, down over 5% so far this month, telling us investors expect poor results? We have results from a few retirement operators this week and this has been one of the weakest sectors this year with share prices all off over 20%. Is this…
 
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