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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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When we talk about sinus rhythms, we’re not just talking about “normal sinus rhythm.” We’re actually talking about the standard rhythms that originate in the sinus node…could be too fast, could be too slow and could be juuuuuuust right. In this episode we’re breaking down: The components of a “normal” sinus rhythm Sinus tachycardia characteristics,…
 
WorkSafe is looking into "concerns about staff wellbeing" at Waikato prestigious private St Peter's school. It comes amid the absence of husband and wife executive principal Dale Burden and deputy principal Yevette Williams from the Cambridge school. "WorkSafe has been notified of concerns about staff wellbeing at St Peter's School and is making in…
 
The question of racism's been thrown into the spotlight at Parliament. Māori Party co-leader Rawiri Waititi's been kicked out today - after interrupting others to claim racist rhetoric and propaganda in the Debating Chamber. Fellow co-leader Debbie Ngarewa-Packer says National leader Judith Collins started this - but it's up to the House to rein in…
 
Thousands of taxpayer-funded school lunches are not being eaten by students - but it depends on the school It's estimated 1500 lunches a day go un-eaten in Hamilton schools alone. ACT Party leader David Seymour says the government needs to keep track of how many lunches are going uneaten, and why. However, Papatoetoe High School Principal Vaughan C…
 
Land Rover's new Defender might not look like a hardy steel-clad off-roader that it once was, but the British SUV is probably the most capable 4WD you can buy in modern times. The flashy body panels and shiny wheels give the impression that this Defender is more suited for the supermarket carpark, than scaling a mountain, so if you wish to change t…
 
A wage freeze in the public sector may push nurses to vote in favour of industrial action. The Government's calling it a pay restraint, which will now be reviewed six months earlier than forecast. Public hospital nurses are already in pay talks and voting on whether to strike, with results expected on Friday. Nurses Organisation industrial services…
 
More than 1,000 gas stations in the Southeast reported running out of fuel, primarily because of what analysts say is unwarranted panic-buying among drivers, as the shutdown of a major pipeline by a gang of hackers entered its fifth day Tuesday. Government officials acted swiftly to waive safety and environmental rules to speed the delivery of fuel…
 
The price of goods could ease with merchant fees reduced. Banks charge businesses merchant fees for the use of credit and debit card facilities. Interchange fee will now be capped at 0.8 per cent for credit card transactions -- in line with Australia. Online debit card transactions will be capped at 0.6 percent. Greg Harford from Retail NZ says Pay…
 
A documentary that aired on Prime recently has shined a light on one difficulty apartment buyers face. Many buyers would want to know if their potential new home is leaky, earthquake-prone or the subject of court proceedings. However, the Real Estate Institute says that under current law, it's surprisingly difficult for buyers to get access to thes…
 
Record investment is tipped to be in Australia's Federal Budget, that's released tonight. It's expected to pump billions of dollars into the economy, as the Government focusses on recovering from the pandemic. Aged care, childcare, infrastructure and job creation are some areas seeing a cash injection. HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham told Andrew …
 
Fonterra directors are proposing an easier entry for farmers to the big dairy cooperative and either axing or capping through a buy-back the listed Fonterra Shareholders' Fund to protect farmer ownership and control. This is the preference of the board of New Zealand's biggest company after a major review of its capital structure. And in what direc…
 
The Government will make it illegal for "high-risk people" including gang members and serious criminals to own firearms. A new bill to be introduced will involve Firearms Prohibition Orders (FPOs) to combat the "influence of gangs and organised crime to help keep New Zealanders and their families safe", Police Minister Poto Williams said today. Alo…
 
Countdown is concerned about assaults in stores. A 42-year-old man's been charged with four counts of attempted murder in a Dunedin Countdown. Four people have had surgery today for stab wounds, and the man's been remanded in custody until his next appearance in June. Countdown employee Michelle McKenzie has echoed the chain's concerns. She told An…
 
Amid growing pressure on the Hollywood Foreign Press Association from studios, stars and large swaths of the film industry, NBC said Monday that will not air the Golden Globes in 2022, putting in doubt the viability of one of Hollywood's oldest and most-watched award shows. Criticism of the HFPA, which puts on the Globes and has been denounced for …
 
After the indignity of being labelled a "zombie town" Whanganui is now experiencing a growth spurt that has seen it fall victim to that most metropolitan of scourges, traffic congestion. And one pinch-point raises the hackles more than most, the more than 100-year-old Dublin Street Bridge. Opened to trams, vehicles and pedestrians in 1914 the histo…
 
The Government will make it illegal for "high-risk people" including gang members and serious criminals to own firearms. A new bill to be introduced will involve Firearms Prohibition Orders (FPOs) to combat the "influence of gangs and organised crime to help keep New Zealanders and their families safe", Police Minister Poto Williams said today. It …
 
So, the latest step has been taken in the decades long battle against the gangs, organised crime and hardened criminals. The government has introduced a thing called Firearm Prohibition Orders. It bans high-risk convicted Kiwis from owning firearms and enabling the seizure of assets obtained through crime. It’s very similar to the idea floated a fe…
 
A number of South Australian medi-hotel workers have been put into isolation after a Victorian man tested positive to COVID-19 a week after arriving home. The man, in his 30s, recently returned to Australia from overseas and undertook hotel quarantine in the Playford Hotel in Adelaide’s CBD. He arrived in Victoria and returned to his home in Woller…
 
Strike action is on the table - if the public servants' union can't come to an agreement with Government over pay. The union's meeting with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern tomorrow to discuss the public sector wage freeze. Finance Minister Grant Robertson is rebutting claims it's a freeze, saying teachers, nurses and police officers will continue to …
 
Health officials are still racing to work out how a Sydney man caught Covid-19 amid concerns there are chains of transmission that continue to go "unrecognised" in the city. "(The local case's) contact with the infectious person must have been very fleeting," chief health officer Dr Kerry Chant told reporters on Monday. "We are concerned there are …
 
The National Party's calling for more transparency from the government, questioning why the Department of Conservation is recommending transferring DOC land to iwi. In a discussion document from a recent hui, DOC recommends overhauling conservation legislation to be more in line with the Treaty of Waitangi. This would entail delegating and transfer…
 
Where is Steve Chadwick? Given what’s going in Rotorua with the emergency housing shemozzle, wouldn’t you expect the mayor to be kicking up merry hell and demanding it stop. The latest news about this is gobsmacking.. Apparently motels are being forced to take MSD clients – as we call them nowadays – because these people are booking rooms without t…
 
Freeing up spaces for Recognised Seasonal Workers in managed isolation will help bring numbers up to pre-Covid levels. Three-hundred seasonal workers will be able to arrive each month, starting in June. Spaces will also be given to shearers and rural mobile plant machinery operators. Agriculture Minister Damien O'Connor says it'll bring certainty t…
 
Closed borders have meant one New Zealand business has brought their operations back home, and is now supporting one of our hardest-hit areas. Melissa Carrol runs Wellness Retreats; they used to fly groups to Niue, now they fly them to Franz Josef. And with a rise in burnout cases, business is booming. Melissa spoke with Heather du Plessis-Allan, t…
 
The leader of Britain's main opposition Labour Party shook up his top team after disappointing election results, moving his party chairwoman, economy spokeswoman and chief whip in an attempt to exert control over a fractious membership. But the moves by Labour leader Keir Starmer spurred new recriminations in a party that has not been able to make …
 
Otago University has proposed to fine students who have let rubbish outside their flats get out of control. It would be a daily fine, with the university saying the rubbish impacts the safety and wellbeing of students. Michaela Waite-Harvey, President of the Otago University Students' Association, spoke with Heather du Plessis- Allan. “It’s really …
 
Social media challenges may be becoming the new public boogeyman, but one social media influencer says the platforms are not to blame. There have been a couple of stories in the past week where social media has been alleged to have played a role An incidence of arson in a supermarket and hundreds of Mazda thefts have both been linked to snapchat an…
 
New Zealand's still getting comfortable with the chaotic dance being played with Australian states over Covid-19. There are no new community cases in Sydney today -- after two people tested positive for the virus earlier this week. New South Wales' state premier says our Government's decision to pause the trans-Tasman bubble until midnight Saturday…
 
The government has announced a momentous overhaul of our employment law, saying it's going to introduce fair pay agreements. The agreements would set the terms of employment and conditions of work for all workers in a specific sector or occupation. This means if one workplace agrees to pay cleaners, for example the living wage, all cleaners have a …
 
After more than 150 years, the Hawkes Bay Club is allowing women to become members. Women will still need to be invited and selected the same way men are. President Marc Nel told Heather Du Plessis-Allan there's overwhelming support for the move. “There will be some time that's required to make some further changes, obviously, to opinions and what …
 
You don’t want to rush through the hiring process when working with a general contractor. This is the most important part to set the foundation for a successful project and protect yourself from any disagreements. In today’s minisode, Andresa shares her top must have documents when hiring a general contractor. As a result of today’s minisode, Liz a…
 
Nadia Lim says it's time we started eating more wild meat. The Masterchef winner says that the various pest species roaming New Zealand could serve as a food resource that is currently going untapped. Nadia has already started turning the rabbits and wild pigs her husband catches on their Central Otago farm into succulent dishes. Nadia Lim joined H…
 
Is this government listening to itself? In an unbelievable move, it has just announced that it’s going ahead with Fair Pay Agreements. Now I’ll run you through the details in a tick, but the main gist of it is that the government is re-introducing collective bargaining. So that, if enough workers in one sector, let’s say cleaners, agree to a pay an…
 
Backlash from a Government public service pay freeze is falling on deaf ears in the Beehive. The Finance Minister's making no apologies for freezing rises for three years for those topping $100,000 and limiting them for those earning more than $60,000. Grant Robertson says he's looking after those in need, and is focusing on the 25 percent of state…
 
Orion Health chief executive's unhappy with the Ministry of Health's procurement process for a new software system to manage vaccines, including the Covid-19 programme. Ian McCrae's laid a complain with the Auditor-General and the Ombudsman after $38 million was allocated to a consortium of companies, including Salesforce and Amazon. They've been a…
 
Weightlifter Laurel Hubbard's entry to the Tokyo Olympics is not a done deal yet. The Inside The Games website reports the 43-year-old's effectively guaranteed a spot in the women's super-heavyweight category. She would be the oldest lifter at the Games, but is currently ranked fourth out of the 14 qualifiers. That would make her the first open tra…
 
One principal feels demoralised after the Government announced a public sector pay freeze. Public sector workers earning more than $60,000 will only get pay rises under exceptional circumstances for the next three years. The Government says the move means pay increases can be targeted to lower-paid public servants. Bruce Cunningham, principal of Be…
 
Britain's government said Wednesday local time it is sending two Navy patrol vessels to monitor the situation on the island of Jersey, amid an escalating dispute with France over fishing rights in the waters there following Britain's departure from the European Union. A spokesman for Prime Minister Boris Johnson said there was an "urgent need for a…
 
I am as baffled by the government’s pay freeze for nurses, teachers, police and social workers as you are. And the only conclusion I can reach is that – by doing this - they’re hoping to convince us voters that they are good financial managers: that they’re prepared to rein in spending. But they have misjudged this badly, because it is sending comp…
 
A woman from Mali has given birth to nine babies -- two more than the seven that ultrasounds had detected -- according to the country's Ministry of Health. Ultrasounds done in Mali and Morocco indicated that Halima Cisse was pregnant with seven children -- but on Tuesday, she gave birth to five girls and four boys, Fanta Siby, Mali's minister of he…
 
The National Party received nearly $3 million in donations in 2020 - nearly twice the amount donated to Labour. The Electoral Commission today released the full list of donations made to political parties for the 2020 calendar year. It shows National on top, taking in just over $2.8m with Labour second with just over $1.5m. It was quite the drop th…
 
An eye-opening image of Black Caps at an airport in India shows the drastic safety measures taken to combat the rising spread of Covid-19 in the country. Former Black Caps coach Mike Hesson, who is director of cricket operations at the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League, shared a photo with the team's Kiwi players as they leav…
 
New Zealand health officials are in close contact with their Australian counterparts after a second positive case of Covid-19 in Sydney in the past 24 hours. Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins said decisions on what steps were needed were being discussed this afternoon. "The advice that I had earlier today was that there could be a likely sou…
 
Hutt Valley High students have taken their school work to the lawns of Parliament to protest against underfunding after toxic mould was discovered on their campus. In late March the discovery of "unsafe levels of mould" in a block of classrooms at the school prompted further air testing of the building, while students took lessons in the hall and l…
 
Public sector workers are feeling the burn of a pay freeze. The Government's announced those earning more than $60,000 will only get pay increases in "exceptional circumstances". Meanwhile, those topping $100,000 won't get any more in the next three years. Meanwhile, Speaker Trevor Mallard has used the legal immunity of parliamentary privilege to s…
 
When it comes to what you pay for parking, Wellington is set to become more expensive than some of the biggest cities in the world. The council wants to increase inner city parking to $5 an hour – compared to $3.50 in Christchurch, $4 in Dunedin, while in Hamilton you can even park for free for the first two hours. Wellington Mayor Andy Foster told…
 
New Zealand has come through the Covid-19 pandemic better than expected but vulnerabilities in the financial system remain, Reserve Bank governor Adrian Orr says. The central bank has released its six-monthly Financial Stability report this morning. Orr said successful public health measures along with substantial monetary and fiscal policy support…
 
The Police Association has slammed the Government's three-year public sector wage freeze as an "unacceptable bombshell". This morning it was announced public sector workers earning more than $60,000 could only expect pay increases in "exceptional circumstances" while those on more than $100,000 won't get a cent more over the next three years. It ca…
 
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