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Business is Boring is a weekly podcast series presented by The Spinoff in association with Callaghan Innovation. Host Simon Pound speaks with innovators and commentators focused on the future of New Zealand. Sign up to The Spinoff's newsletter Rec Room for weekly recommendations along with all our latest videos and podcasts.
 
Puck Yeah! It's New Zealand’s home for hockey with hosts Logan Swinkels and Joe Durie, bringing you the best stories and interviews from Down Under. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for your fix of NZ hockey news and subscribe to the podcast for the latest interviews. Email us at: puckyeahpodcast@gmail.com
 
It's no secret what God can do is the lyric of the theme I use behind this podcasting show. Humanity is always captivated by the true stories or testimonies people share about their journey through life and with God. Testimonies are very powerful and are never forgotten as they are quickened to our memories, more so during challenging times, thus increasing our faith. These podcasts will be available and published @ one episode each week on Wednesday morning at 5.00 am NZ Time. During any pr ...
 
In depth interviews with people who are living with purpose and having a positive impact in our world. We listen as host Steven Moe asks about their life journeys and what has shaped them into who they are today.
 
Capturing and sharing ocean sailing stories and adventures. The Ocean Sailing Podcast site is designed for people who love to cruise, race or explore the worlds oceans. Its also for those yet to experience the joy of sailing and those no longer able to cast off their dock lines and head for the open sea. Join now and subscribe free to our podcast episodes
 
Six British Asian writers talk books, writing, the creative arts, pop culture, risqué humour and Big Fat Asian weddings. Insightful, funny, packed with big name interviews, advice, on-air-therapy and lashings of cultural anarchy they dare to explore the parts other podcasts cannot reach. Featuring Vaseem Khan, Abir Mukherjee, Ayisha Malik, Amit Dhand, Imran Mahmood and Alex Khan. Also featuring cameos by Abir’s Mum. Tune in monthly. For non-white and white people. Just to be clear.
 
Hosted by Shane “Shano” Hunter (aka NZ BOSS); is a veteran of the Fitness Industry, and not only known in the world of bodybuilding through his achievements but also a successful corporate figure is well-known in New Zealand and Internationally. As the head of Nutrition Systems NZ, he is a role model to many and a social media sensation in NZ, sharing his training secrets, motivational posts and an insight on how highly driven people can fit so much into a single 24 hour day.
 
Are you an Entrepreneur, NZ importer or exporter and want to avoid costly mistakes, save time & money? Then make sure you subscribe to this weekly show. You will get insider knowledge and simple tactics to improve your business through real-world examples. We discuss things like "4 Ways an Overseas Supplier Will Cost You" and "True Price to Import 20ft Container to NZ - and How to Save Money". This is the only New Zealand podcast for business owners that import or export.
 
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.
 
'How Good Are Humans!' is a social project with many intentions. Primarily, it is to unveil the truly inspiring, motivating and moving personalities within society. It shines a light on those who are going above and beyond the call of duty to better themselves and the community around them; from adventure athletes raising money for charity, to quiet bookworms endeavouring to help others learn. Ultimately, this project is a celebration of humanity in a time when the world could do with just a ...
 
Empowering You to Live Your Potential Our Mission is to inspire and nurture people so they can dare to access their excellence and live their potential. The purpose of this podcast is to: - introduce topics and conversations that assist you to see the world differently - provide tools and strategies to assist you in improving relationships with self and others - guide you to self-healing techniques of the mind, body and spirit - empower and encourage you to make positive changes in your life ...
 
Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge, Managing Director, is a podcast that aims to inspire growth and change the lives of its listeners. His new podcast season: Debunking your growth mindset, will hear great stories from inspirational figureheads and also phycologists, and experts on how to improve on ones mindset status quo. During his first series, Inspirational Leaders podcast episodes, there was an emerging theme across the interviews that focused around improving and growing ...
 
Lisa Page is an international teacher, author, poet and women’s mentor who has explored the deeper truths of spirituality and sexuality for over twenty years. As a sacred intimacy teacher Lisa has been profoundly influenced by her work with David Deida since 2008, while the somatic and psychological aspect of her work has been deeply informed by her 4 year diploma in Yoga therapy, Masters in Neurological Re-patterning, Hypnosis, Performance Coaching and additional psychology training with Dr ...
 
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New Zealand's government has made pill-testing permanent, as harm minimisation experts criticised Australia's response to drug deaths at music festivals.Also, Menulog becomes the first food delivery company to grant drivers and riders minimum wage.And, meet the 21-year old uni student who's made a major breakthrough in quantum computing.…
 
John Loau joins me on the podcast NOT to share his specialist experience in developing pathways to military, law enforcement, and police training programs NOR to talk about being a serial entrepreneur & NZ business owner, holding Directorships & business advisor to many startups and SME’s. In this podcast, John Loau joins us to go deeper. We delve …
 
A new Kiwi start-up wants to revolutionise the way we buy groceries. The start-up, Supie, cuts out the middle man when it comes to grocery shopping so that there isn't the waste that supermarkets experience. Users would buy directly from the supplier - meaning vegetables will still be in the ground and bread would still be in the oven when you orde…
 
A local consultancy business helping kids get into elite overseas universities does not believe an ongoing scandal will affect his business. A new Netflix documentary looks into the US College Admissions Scandal – the one that saw actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin actually sent to jail. The documentary tells the story of Rick Singer, who…
 
The fashion world looks to be entering into the early stages of a new denim cycle. The boss of Levi's Jeans says they're noticing more consumers opting for loose-fitting denim over the tighter fit. Auckland stylist Caitlin Taylor told Mike Hosking she believes the pandemic has played a contributing role in this change. She says people became very u…
 
Shops, gyms, pubs and beauty salons in England have welcomed back customers after three months of lockdown, delivering a crucial boost to retail and hospitality businesses that have been forced to close repeatedly during the pandemic. Shoppers braved unseasonably cold temperatures as they lined up outside stores in cities on Monday after restrictio…
 
A former Attorney-General says it's appalling Kiwis aren't doing their civic duty. Fewer than one-in-five New Zealanders turn up for jury service. One main problem was the $80-dollars a day compensation has little pull. Former National cabinet minister Chris Finlayson told Mike Hosking he thinks there's a lot of people happy to take from the countr…
 
Business trips are expected to stay grounded, as baby steps are taken to get travelling again. CNN Business correspondent Richard Quest says it's fair to say business travel won't get back to where it was before Covid-19, but it's hard to say to what extent. However, he told Mike Hosking travel between company offices will likely take the biggest h…
 
It’s a funny old thing to watch at the moment. It's starting to dawn on the greenies that the 'magic' of the electric car might not be as magical as they thought. Like so many who hop on bandwagons, they don’t do the homework. They essentially pedal their ideology based on clap-trap. For all the buzz around EVs, two stark things have been at play. …
 
University of Hull's new marking criteria is being labelled as ridiculous. The English university has instructed its lecturers to overlook spelling, punctuation and grammar errors, so it doesn't appear elitist. They say they wish to decolonise their curriculum and believe not insisting on good written English in all circumstances will help achieve …
 
People across Britain flocked to shed shaggy locks and browse for clothes, books and other “non-essential” items as shops, gyms, hairdressers, restaurant patios and beer gardens reopened Monday after months of lockdown. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson urged people to “behave responsibly” as the country that has had Europe's deadliest coronavir…
 
To celebrate the 250th episode of seeds podcast this is a short talk I gave at the High School that I went to for about 60 Year 13 students reflecting on 15 things that I wish I had known when I was their age. Hope you enjoy this as it is applicable to me today still. For more information and interviews check out www.theseeds.nz What I wish someone…
 
There's a loud question echoing in Australians' minds, as the country has its belated #MeToo moment.The big question is 'why?'. What drives that behaviour?Today on The Signal, we speak to a criminologist who's followed the breadcrumbs back, in an attempt to find out: what fuels male sexual aggression?And can the answer, no matter how uncomfortable,…
 
Ladies! Listen up: we're back and we've missed you! Join Yumi Stynes as she dives right in to all the taboo lady-business that women find tricky to talk about. Whether it's your fetish, what the hell happens to us in old age or dealing with the rage in our pelvis — Ladies, we've got your back. We love your feedback so please leave us a voicemail on…
 
Most young people in Australia would have been set to receive the AstraZeneca vaccine. But late last week the Govt changed the advice on it, following reports of a small risk of blood clots.We speak to one of the leading infectious disease experts in the country, Dr Nick Coatsworth, about what these changes mean for young people.Also, how to know i…
 
The government is lucky, as it turns out, that Covid is still front-and-centre because if it wasn’t - and it won't always be - a great deal more time would be currently spent on the economy. Kiwibank tell us the sugar-rush of spending is over. That mad dash we made post-lockdown last year to buy anything and everything is now finished. The househol…
 
I'd love to be able to start the week on the Warriors, but to do that they have to win and when you lose to a useless side there isn't a lot you can say. So maybe next Monday, eh. Anyway - red flag time. The socialist agenda of this government was on display Friday with the news that they had lent Air New Zealand another $600 million. This is on to…
 
A bold move from the US government is being called a 'war on tax havens'. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is calling for minimum global corporate tax of 21 percent across the OECD. The change would provide big businesses with a single tax system, and major players like the world's richest man, Amazon's Jeff Bezos, is on board. Business advocate Phi…
 
People around the world are remembering the man who was Prince Philip. The Royal family is rallying around the Queen as she deals with the loss of her husband of 73 years. Former New Zealand High Commissioner to the UK Lockwood Smith told Mike Hosking he will always think of the Duke of Edinburgh as a wise man. "What I loved about Prince Philip, wh…
 
Prime Minister Scott Morrison said his government has no plans to set a new timeline for its COVID-19 vaccine roll out after a senior minister suggested all Australians could receive their first dose by the end of the year. It comes after the government was forced to walk back the comments made by Trade Minister Dan Tehan on Sunday morning in a liv…
 
First, the good news: The United States reported a record-high 4.6 million doses of vaccines administered in one day, according to data published Saturday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. "Amazing Saturday! +4.63M doses administered over total yesterday, a new record," tweeted Dr. Cyrus Shahpar, the White House Covid-19 data direc…
 
A dispute over the validity of large numbers of OIA requests is brewing in Hamilton. Hamilton city councillor Dave Macpherson says 58 Official Information Act requests from the Taxpayers' Union have cost his council over $61,000. Taxpayers Union director Jordan Williams told Mike Hosking a majority of the requests are for a vital ratepayers report.…
 
Judith Collins says there's no substance to the rumours of a leadership coup within the National Party. Simon Bridges is being tipped to make a comeback - with speculation he'll make a bid for the leadership, with former Air New Zealand boss Christopher Luxon as his deputy. However, Collins told Mike Hosking it as just media talk. "I'm not in troub…
 
The Immigration Minister has defended the lack of migrant workers, saying the Government's doing everything it can. Fruit growers claim there are hundreds of millions of dollars worth of produce going to waste, and they can't last another year without more seasonal workers. The Apple and Pear industry is predicting a loss of more than $600 million …
 
For the second match in succession Super Rugby Aotearoa needed golden point extra time to find a victor. The Crusaders, thanks to David Havili's clutch drop goal, prevailed over the Hurricanes in Wellington on Sunday afternoon but the win came at a cost, and will do little to damper the sense Scott Robertson's men have quickly come back to the pack…
 
Australia's vaccine strategy was already in trouble, but in the past few days things got worse.The AstraZeneca vaccine at the centre of our rollout is now no longer recommended for anyone under 50, while the only alternative currently in production, Pfizer, can only be made overseas.So how much trouble are we in?Today on The Signal, we give you the…
 
In this episode, Julz and Jules discuss their characters (Marley and Arcus) leveling up to 11. What new abilities have come their way as a result of all the dangerous things they’ve endured. Featuring minor guest appearance by Waffles from the Waffles & Mario Talk About Things Podcast Visit www.fateofisen.com to learn more A proud member of the Nec…
 
In this week's episode Carrie and Kellieanne discuss a simple technique, called reframing", which they use to give themselves a fresh perspective on past situations and experiences as well as upcoming potentially stressful situations. You'll learn: What re-framing is and isn't 2 ways you can "re-frame" behaviours practical and personal applications…
 
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