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Jojo's World

Liam S. Smith & Nick Ballantyne

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Jojo's World is a fortnightly Jojo's Bizarre Adventure recap and discussion podcast. Each episode, Jojo superfan Liam S. Smith is joined by newcomer and music-nerd, Nick Ballantyne to watch an episode and have an unscripted, largely coherent discussion of its influences, references and basically anything else that seems interesting.
 
Every Monday: Adrian sits down with whoever is making waves in the world of Kiteboarding. Expect big names and in-depth conversation. Every Thursday: Colin Colin Carroll and Adrian present to you, THE MEGAPOD. The pair chat utter rubbish to each other about what’s been happening + what they think is going to happen. Some of it is made up and barely any of it is correct. This is an Updraft Media production.
 
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.
 
1. La La La - Naughty Boy f. Sam Smith (DJ Rich Art & DJ Kirillich Rmx) 2. You're Mine - Mariah Carey (Jump Smokers Extended Mix) 3. Mmm Yeah - Austin Mahone f. Pitbull (Original Mix) 4. Like A Drum - Guy Sebastian (Liam Keegan Rmx) 5. Ain't It Fun - Paramore (Smash Mode Extended Mix) 6. All The Way - Timeflies (Laidback Luke Bounce Club Mix) 7. Chocolate - The 1975 (HLM Rmx) 8. You - Galantis (Extended Mix) 9. Buffalo Bill - Moxie Raia (Tiesto Rmx) 10.Dark Horse - Katy Perry f. Juicy J (Cou ...
 
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Sports minister Grant Robertson has eased fears that the move to a red light alert level could impact the women's ODI Cricket World Cup later in the year. New Zealand is set to host the event in March and April, which will see countries come from around the world to compete for the top title in the sport. With the country moving to the red light se…
 
A wildfire near California's scenic Highway 1, which winds along the Pacific coastline, prompted evacuation orders in Monterey County on Friday night. The Colorado Fire was sparked in Palo Colorado Canyon in the Big Sur region, according to the county's office of emergency services. A portion of Highway 1 was closed in both directions, the Departme…
 
NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet has revealed the back-to-school plans for students, parents and teachers. A key plank of the plan will be the use of rapid antigen tests for students and staff, to be taken twice a week, the premier told reporters in Sydney on Sunday. Up to six million tests are being sent to 3000 public, Catholic and independent schoo…
 
The Association of Salaried Medical Specialists wants the Government to declare a health workforce emergency. It comes amid concerns the Omicron outbreak could further impact an already under-pressure health system. The union estimates the country needs 1500 more hospital specialists, 1400 GPs and 12,000 nurses to match Australia per capita. Execut…
 
Employers are being told to be creative in filling the staff absences expected because of Omicron. Finance Minister Grant Robertson says there will inevitably be some disruption to supply chains. Auckland University supply chain expert David Robb told Tim Dower the first issue will be staffing because up to a quarter of our workforce could be off. …
 
Omicron's arrival in the Nelson region is sending shudders through the local business community. The country has been plunged into Red after a Motueka family of nine tested positive for the variant. An Air New Zealand crew member also has it and may have been infectious on five flights. Nelson Chamber of Commerce Chief Executive Ali Boswijk told Ti…
 
The Covid-19 Response Minister expects daily Omicron case numbers could potentially reach the tens of thousands. The Association of Salaried Medical Specialists is calling for the Government to declare a health workforce emergency amid concerns an Omicron outbreak will exacerbate existing pressure. Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins told Tim …
 
Ozzy is a kiteboarding legend and team rider for Airush and Mystic Kiteboarding. Support the show: https://ko-fi.com/kitesurf365 Follow me: http://www.kitesurf365.com https://www.instagram.com/kitesurf365/ In association with: TheKiteMag, bringing you the very best in kiteboarding. Become a subscriber today and get 15% off by using the code “KITESU…
 
The Mega Pod is brought to you by North Kiteboarding: https://www.northkb.com/en/ “Road to the Olympics” brought to you by Flysurfer Kiteboarding https://flysurfer.com “Big Air, Big Talk” is brought to you by Woo Sports https://woosports.com The Whaleys: https://youtu.be/12GbTQ9Z2VY Support the show: https://ko-fi.com/kitesurf365 Follow us: https:/…
 
Giel Vlugt | Episode # 244 Giel is a professional kiteboarder sponsored by Ocean Rodeo, Ride Engine and go2Kite. Support the show: https://ko-fi.com/kitesurf365 Follow me: http://www.kitesurf365.com https://www.instagram.com/kitesurf365/ In association with: TheKiteMag, bringing you the very best in kiteboarding. Become a subscriber today and get 1…
 
The Mega Pod is brought to you by North Kiteboarding: https://www.northkb.com/en/ “Road to the Olympics” brought to you by Flysurfer Kiteboarding https://flysurfer.com “Big Air, Big Talk” is brought to you by Woo Sports https://woosports.com Follow us: https://www.instagram.com/colin_colin_carroll/ https://www.instagram.com/kitesurf365/…
 
Janek is a polish Big Air Kitesurfer sponsored by Core Kiteboarding and Red Bull. Support the show: https://ko-fi.com/kitesurf365 Follow me: http://www.kitesurf365.com https://www.instagram.com/kitesurf365/ In association with: TheKiteMag, bringing you the very best in kiteboarding. Become a subscriber today and get 15% off by using the code “KITES…
 
We're about to get a glimpse of what the next four years of SailGP races will look like on this side of the year. The second last leg in the mini America's Cup boats is in Sydney with racing beginning today. And of course, it comes as just a few weeks ago a deal was signed to have yearly legs in New Zealand, starting at the beginning of 2023. SailG…
 
It’s full steam ahead with the spendathon. Overall, government spending next year is forecast to be over $59 billion higher than four years ago. Next year’s total spend of $128 billion equates to thirty five percent of the economy. Its staggering. The scale of spending is one thing. There’s also the matter of quality spending. Bang for buck and whe…
 
It's been a long time between drinks for Joseph Parker but the Kiwi heavyweight steps back into the ring this weekend. Parker has a rematch against Derek Chisora in Manchester on Sunday morning. He won a split decision match the first time around back in May, but was dealing with new coach Andy Lee who had only been in his camp for five weeks. Jose…
 
The Government and telcos are joining forces to battle the latest text scam. The Flubot scam started in September, and continues to send out about 400,000 messages daily. People receive a text about a missed call or parcel delivery with a legitimate looking link that actually sends you to malware. Nadia Yousef is the incident response manager with …
 
Dr Ashley Bloomfield says we should expect more Covid Omicron cases arriving here. New Zealand has its first case of the new variant, in MIQ in Christchurch. Everyone on the same flight, and people who stayed on the same MIQ floor are being treated as close contacts. The Director-General of Health told Mike Yardley it was only a matter of time, giv…
 
v says Omicron is a cause for concern but not panic. New Zealand detected its first Omicron case yesterday, a case that travelled from Germany via Dubai and is now in MIQ in Christchurch. Everyone on the same flight and people who stayed on the same MIQ floor are being treated as close contacts. The Deputy Prime Minister told Mike Yardley MIQ has b…
 
Another big step for Christchurch's recovery is complete today. The new $450 million convention centre, Te Pae, is officially open this morning. It has an auditorium, a huge exhibition space, a dining area and 24 different meeting rooms. Otakaro Limited chief executive John Bridgman joined Mike Yardley. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
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A leading light in our international tourism industry remarked to me the other day, Mike, our industry has officially sunk into a state of depression. I alluded to this yesterday, with the Air New Zealand chief. Tourism Minister Stuart Nash has sunk the industry’s morale by signalling that they shouldn’t expect significant numbers of overseas visit…
 
One baking influencer says it may be time to kill the Christmas cake. Dane McGregor, who runs the Baker Gatherer Instagram page and website, says while he likes a Christmas cake, they aren't popular with young people. He told Mike Yardley there are problems with the classic staple. “It can be time consuming, it’s not really a contemporary flavour a…
 
David Walliams got his first taste of international fame with Little Britain back in 2003. He's gone on to be mainstay on British television, and has become a best-selling children's author. Walliams books have been translated into 53 different languages, turned into films, and has sold millions of copies. Now, his latest children's book, Gangsta G…
 
The ordinary people who saved lives during the Christchurch mosque attacks are still reliving that day. In a special honours list, two people have been awarded the New Zealand Cross, four have received the Bravery Decoration and four the Bravery Medal. The awards are a way to recognise the actions of those who saved or attempted to save the life of…
 
Tourism Fiji says if the booking numbers continue to come through, then tourism in the Pacific island nation is well on its way to becoming a billion-dollar industry again. Tourism Fiji has confirmed 75,000 bookings for hotels and resorts until the end of next month. Tourism Fiji CEO Brent Hill said there had been a "massive increase" in hits on th…
 
The GDP number for the third quarter is released today, with most economists predicting a drop of at least 3 percent. It comes on the back of the big numbers from the half yearly economic and fiscal update. Almost a $21 billion deficit but a return to surplus in 2023-24, inflation peaking at 5.6% next year, wage growth less at 4.6%, unemployment dr…
 
The Health Minister is pleading for patience when it comes to hospital funding. Hospitals will receive more than half a billion dollars in extra funding from the Government. This will add 75 standard inpatient beds and convert 355 beds into isolation or negative pressure environments. Andrew Little says hospitals have been looking at their infrastr…
 
Taxpayers are expected to pay down the track for a large jump in Government spending. The Government's giving itself an operating allowance of $6 billion in next year's Budget, possibly the highest in history. Former National Finance Minister, Steven Joyce, told Mike Yardley the books are improving because inflation is going up, which is bringing i…
 
By any measure, today, Big Wednesday marks a milestone. The great escape begins. The great domestic reopening roars into life. I happened to covering for Hosking on what, at the time, felt like a momentous day in the Covid age. April nineteen. Remember that? It was the day, two-way quarantine-free Trans-Tasman travel finally lifted off. The air of …
 
Transmission Gully, the new $1.25 billion motorway out of Wellington, will not be open by Christmas. Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency confirmed in a statement this morning the builder has run out of time to complete safety, quality assurance, and consent tasks for the road to open in time for the holidays. Mark Mitchell and Michael Wood joined Mike …
 
The creator of a famous water slide in Ōhope aims to make it bigger and safer this year. Last year, Sam Oliver created a monster 125 metre slide on farm land in the eastern Bay of Plenty town, becoming a star attraction. This year the slide will be even longer stretching to 140 metres. Sam Oliver told Mike Yardley creating the slide was a dream com…
 
The Ministry for Social Development is taking the criticism of its social housing policies on the chin. Auditor-General John Ryan's inquiry says the ministry didn't do market comparisons to make sure they were getting a good price for private rentals, they used as emergency housing. It also found they had no way of determining whether houses were s…
 
David Seymour says Act's more concerned about the Government's popularity, than National's. The latest political poll - the first taken since Chris Luxon became leader of the National Party - shows an immediate lift for the party. It's up 6.4 points, back over 30 percent support. That support comes mostly at the expense of Act, which is down 5.3 po…
 
The fight over Three Waters is far from over. Today, a newly formed and growing group of 23 councils called Communities 4 Local Democracy will take their concerns to Parliament. They will present their alternative ideas to parliament so that $60 billion worth of assets aren't taken off them. Waimakariri mayor and co-organiser of the protest Dan Gor…
 
Air New Zealand is expecting a bumper summer. The airline says 12 thousand people will travel in and out of Auckland on its flights today, with the city's borders now open. Chief executive Greg Foran says they're operating nearly a third higher than normal until January 31. And he says there'll be 15 to 20 percent more people travelling in the lead…
 
Mixed feelings for businesses on the re-opening of the Auckland border. Those in the south are looking forward to seeing the influx of tourists they so desperately need. Queenstown's Totally Tourism director Mark Quickfall told Mike Yardley they're ready to welcome Aucklanders back. “We do certainly welcome this cashflow into our businesses and we …
 
People who break the rules at the Auckland/Northland checkpoints can expect to be slapped with a thousand dollar fine. Fully vaccinated police and iwi are pulling every car over at Uretiti on State Highway 1 and Maungaturoto on State Highway 12, but that may change if it gets too busy. Northland District Police commander, Tony Hill, told Mike Yardl…
 
You'll probably remember Cassie Henderson from the X-Factor days. She was 14 for the first season back in 2014 and took the competition by storm making it through to the semi-finals. But then she decided to give up performing for a while, focus on school and live a bit of a life. Over the past couple of years she's returned to music, with her lates…
 
There’s been a whole lot of talk about trust in government, the lack of it – and what impact it has on social cohesion. Frankly, I find this all a bit overblown, because we are a robust democracy and the ultimate answer rests with us. Don’t trust them? Vote them out. Across a swathe of issues, Team Ardern has burnt a lot of people’s trust and confi…
 
A programme is helping young New Zealanders build healthy habits. Around 20,000 kids have taken part in the virtual Young and Healthy Adventure Programme. Programme founder Kim Harvey told Mike Yardley the programme aims to help kids eat well, be active and practice mindfulness. “This is a really fun way of getting children engaged, and then they t…
 
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