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Join Ayla and Andi as they explore true crime in New Zealand (NZ) (the sinister side of New Zealand). We do this in a light hearted, completely oblivious, un-filtered kind of way. Expect to hear insensitive comments, bad jokes, and to be honest sometimes really offensive obscenities'. We explore NZ true crimes, unexplained phenomenon, and other mind blowing mysteries. Some episodes may be explicit and we recommend listener discretion. | Hosts: Ayla and Andi | Editing: Chris | Follow us on al ...
 
Join Meghan Don, Award-winning author, mentor, and mystic teacher as she takes us on this podcast pilgrimage into and through the magic of her birth country of New Zealand. "Soulful Thoughts from New Zealand " will take us in and through stories retold, interviews, and evolutionary ways that are helping to birth the new Earth we are all yearning for. Visit https://MeghanDon.Life for more.
 
Welcome to the Black Heels and Tractor Wheels Podcast where we are sharing stories from a range of women around New Zealand. Our hosts, Emma and Claire join a whole raft of incredible New Zealand women to discuss topics ranging from starting your own business, navigating career and university changes, building confidence, and getting back to work with young children. If you enjoyed this podcast, feel free to visit our Instagram, Facebook and website, or even become a member! www.ruralwomennz.nz
 
Dr Jo Scott-Jones shares the joy of General Practice with colleagues through inspiring stories about what is special about being a GP and clinical updates relevant to GPs in New Zealand. This podcast aims to counter growing pressure on GPs through sharing knowledge and what it takes to create a positive culture in family medicine. Follow DrJo @opotikigp on Twitter.
 
Join hosts Max Bell and Stephen Steddy as they explore the realms of obstacle sports - including OCR, mud running, adventure racing, hybrid racing, ninja, and more - in New Zealand and abroad. Disclaimer: The hosts are members of the New Zealand Obstacle Sports Association (NZOSA). However the views expressed by the hosts are their own and do not necessarily represent the views of the NZOSA.
 
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Premium volunteer journalist Guy Williams is joined by Kiwi icon Karen Hill (of “20 whacks” fame) as they share amazing stories, give questionable life advice, and overconfidently confront the big issues facing New Zealand and the world today. New episodes each Wednesday (NZ time).
 
Your friends might not want to talk about money, but I do! Hi, I’m Ruth and I’m a blogger on Personal Finance and in this podcast I tell the stories of Kiwis and their experiences with the money in their lives. How do they use it or how does it use them? Where do they save and invest it and does it work? What are their financial triumphs and financial train wrecks? How can you extract the most out of life and spend as little as possible while doing it? Join me as I ask the questions everyone ...
 
Deloitte New Zealand’s State of the State series explore issues which we believe to be of importance to the future of New Zealand. This podcast series follows our recent article series. The Deloitte team and expert guests delve deeper into the topics of delivering wellbeing in abundance (2018), and building a fair future for all (2019), which looks at reducing inequities across New Zealand.574638
 
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Guest: Captain Walter Steward (retired), RNZA, Air OP pilot, known as Wally. Host: Dave Homewood Recorded: 18th of October 2022 Released: 27th of January2023 Duration: 1 hour 47 minutes 46 seconds In this episode Dave Homewood speaks via Zoom with Captain Wally Steward, who was an officer with the Royal New Zealand Artillery, in the New Zealand. He…
 
Andi delves into one of New Zealand's most well known crime cases. Join us as we uncover the fates of Ben Smart and Olivia Hope. Listener Discretion is advised, expect descriptions of violent crimes, and horrific injuries. Follow us on your favourite (yes this is how we spell favourite in NZ) social media sites, and don't forget to like, follow, su…
 
Always look for a nasal septal haematoma in cases of nasal trauma. Check out the papers mentioned. Sanyaolu LN, Farmer SE, Cuddihy PJ. Nasal septal haematoma. BMJ. 2014 Nov 4;349:g6075. doi: 10.1136/bmj.g6075. PMID: 25370844. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25370844/ Ali HM, Zavala H, Chinnadurai S, Roby B. Nasal septal hematoma in children: Time t…
 
Tyler Good is Finishing Manager for Willesden Farm on Banks Peninsula, Canterbury. In this podcast he discusses with Professor Derrick Moot of Lincoln University how he grazes a significant area of lucerne. In particular, they focus on lambing hoggets on lucerne, and finishing lambs to slaughter. This podcast and the associated videos were funded b…
 
The DrivingMaul Show E129 Bellow The Waist with Paul I chat about tackle heights, 7s, Welsh rugby, Highlanders and so much more Become a Supporter of New Zealand Sport Radio via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/NZSportRadio Get bonus content on Patreon as a Supporter of New Zealand Sport Radio Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/new-zealan…
 
Chris Hipkins is our new Prime Minister. Jacinda Ardern resigned in January this year and a few days later Chris Hipkins agreed to become our next Prime Minister. He chose Carmel Sepuloni as the deputy Prime Minister. Chris Hipkins is aged 44. He lives in Upper Hutt, which is in the Wellington area, and has 2 young children. All his formal educatio…
 
In this week's podcast The New Zealand Initiative's chief economist, Dr Eric Crampton, chats with Christian van der Pump about building regulations, fire safety and the causes of 'market failure' in the building industry.Christian van der Pump is a professional engineer with qualifications in chemistry, engineering and economics. He is doing a PhD …
 
NEWLANDS. WELLINGTON. Hugo Lupi was born sometime in the late 1800s possibly in Cairo, Egypt, to an Italian family. Hugo immigrated to New Zealand in 1912 and eventually settled in the South Island city of Dunedin. While in the Land of the Long White Cloud, Hugo became a sailor, before giving up the sea life to become a pie-shop proprietor. Hugo Lu…
 
In 1987 Labour 4.0 Prime Minister David Lange gave himself the education portfolio shortly after winning re-election that year. One of the education groups he set his crosshairs on were New Zealand’s pre-school children. For this, Lange picked out Anne Meade who co-authored with him Meade Report (1988,) or Education to be More; Report of […]…
 
Breakfeeds are shorter podcasts from Beef + Lamb New Zealand Angela McFetridge (Design and Capability Lead, Beef + Lamb New Zealand) and Dr. Katherine Dixon (Nature Positive) talk about the interview work within the Hill Country Futures Partnership programme and the conversations they had with farmers to learn what is important to them. Hill Countr…
 
Breakfeeds are shorter podcasts from Beef + Lamb New Zealand Dr. Adam Barker (Scarlatti) talks about estimating the benefit of the value of the Hill Country Futures Partnership programme and the benefits to hill country farming. Hill Country Futures is a long-term $8.1m programme focused on future proofing the profitability, sustainability and well…
 
The rise and fall of the of the Mr Asia Drug Syndicate. Ayla talks to Andi about who Mr Asia was, how it all started, the syndicate at its highest, what went wrong and the event that unfolded! 1970s the era of economic and social change! Chinees Jack would sail through the Rangitoto Channel in Auckland, tossing budda sticks into the water, lying in…
 
Does expectation influence the experience of receiving an injection? Check out the paper mentioned Quaba O, Huntley JS, Bahia H, McKeown DW. A users guide for reducing the pain of local anaesthetic administration. Emerg Med J. 2005 Mar;22(3):188-9. doi: 10.1136/emj.2003.012070. PMID: 15735267; PMCID: PMC1726707. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/art…
 
Breakfeeds are shorter podcasts from Beef + Lamb New Zealand Georgie Galloway continues to climb the ladder on the dry stock and fattening farm she has been employed on for the last 7 years. Back in 2019 she completed the Beef + Lamb New Zealand Generation Next Programme. She caught up with B+LNZ’s National Extension Programme Manager Olivia Weathe…
 
Breakfeeds are shorter podcasts from Beef + Lamb New Zealand Jake Herron was ready to leave the sheep and beef industry and lost his confidence before completing the Beef + Lamb New Zealand Generation Next Programme back in 2019. He has recently made a big move from Central Otago to Northland for his dream farm management role. Jake caught up with …
 
The DrivingMaul Show E128 Back To The Future with Paul and Steven We chat about Eddie Jones, All Blacks squad and so much more Become a Supporter of New Zealand Sport Radio via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/NZSportRadio Get bonus content on Patreon as a Supporter of New Zealand Sport Radio Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/new-zealand…
 
Breakfeeds are shorter podcasts from Beef + Lamb New Zealand An overview of the Hill Country Future Partnership programme presented by Sarah Perriam. Hill Country Futures was a long-term $8.1m programme focused on future proofing the profitability, sustainability and well-being of New Zealand’s hill country farmers, their farm systems, the environm…
 
Dr. Suzanne Keeling (Sector Science Strategy Manager, Beef + Lamb New Zealand), Professor Derrick Moot (Lincoln University) and Dr. Katherine Dixon (Nature Positive) give an overview of the Hill Country Futures Partnership programme and how it is supporting hill country farming. Hill Country Futures was a long-term $8.1m programme focused on future…
 
We should be cautious with penetrating volar hand lacerations. Check out the three papers mentioned. R. Nassab, K. Kok, J. Constantinides, V. Rajaratnam, The diagnostic accuracy of clinical examination in hand lacerations, International Journal of Surgery, Volume 5, Issue 2, 2007, Pages 105-108, https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S17…
 
The DrivingMaul Show E127 Looking Into 2023 And Beyond with Paul and Steven We chat about coaching changes, player changes and so much more Become a Supporter of New Zealand Sport Radio via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/NZSportRadio Get bonus content on Patreon as a Supporter of New Zealand Sport Radio Support this show http://supporter.acast.co…
 
A drug interaction that should be at the front of our minds. Check out the Medsafe Data sheet here. https://www.medsafe.govt.nz/profs/PUArticles/March2014StatinsAndCYPInteractions.htm Check out this paper on a case of rhabdomyolysis. Fallah, A., Deep, M., Smallwood, D., & Hughes, P. (2013). Life-threatening rhabdomyolysis following the interaction …
 
We are joined by Dr Joshua Russell, Editor in Chief of the Journal of Urgent Care Medicine to talk about why we should be doing more vital sign re-checks in urgent care. Check out Josh's Editorial here - https://www.jucm.com/the-value-of-repeat-vital-signs/ Russell J. The Value of Repeat Value signs. JUCM, November 2022. Vol 17, No 2. Submit an art…
 
In this episode we speak with Sally Duncan, Laithwaites' Wine NZ Country Manager and Chairperson of the Hawke's Bay Winegrowers Association. www.laithwaites.co.nz www.nzwinepodcast.com www.instagram.com/nzwinepodcast Music track featured on this podcast: ‘Here He Was’ – courtesy of Brent Page. Dog Squad Music This episode is brought to you with tha…
 
Three centuries of English idioms—their unusual origins and unexpected interpretations. To pay through the nose. Raining cats and dogs. By hook or by crook. Curry favor. Drink like a fish. Eat crow. We hear such phrases every day, but this book is the first truly all-encompassing etymological guide to both their meanings and origins. Spanning more …
 
Urgent Care is for life, not just for Christmas www.rnzcuc.org.nz podcast@rnzcuc.org.nz https://www.facebook.com/rnzcuc https://twitter.com/rnzcuc Music licensed from www.premiumbeat.com Christmas Elves by - Francesco D'Andrea This podcast is intended to assist in ongoing medical education and peer discussion for qualified health professionals. Ple…
 
Guests: Wing Commander Blair Oldershaw, No. 40 Squadron Commander Flight Sergeant Dave Wood, Air Load Master Instructor Flight Sergeant Robyn Claffey, Flight Engineer Instructor Warrant Officer Darryn “Durry” Wells, Maintenance Warrant Officer Host: Dave Homewood Recorded: 16th of November 2022 Released: 23rd of December 2020 Duration: 51 minutes 4…
 
Lawrence is the Founder and Host of the Interpreting Wine podcast and helps wine brands connect with their dream customers more effectively and efficiently and in doing so has produced over 470 podcasts. www.interpretingwine.com www.nzwinepodcast.com www.instagram.com/nzwinepodcast Music track featured on this podcast: ‘Here He Was’ – courtesy of B…
 
Critics of globalisation come in many forms from environmentalists to trade unionists and many others in between. In the midst of all the controversy less attention has been paid to how big a phenomenon globalisation actually is and how it compares to another trend – regionalism. In this podcast Owen Bennett Jones discusses The Globalisation Myth: …
 
Oceania is a vast sea of islands, large scale political struggles and immensely significant historical phenomena. Pasifika Black: Oceania, Anti-Colonialism, and the African World (NYU Press, 2022) is a compelling history of understudied anti-colonial movements in this region, exploring how indigenous Oceanic activists intentionally forged internati…
 
Chasing Wrongs and Rights: My Experience Defending Human Rights Around the World (Simon & Schuster, 2022) by Elaine Pearson, the Asia Director at Human Rights Watch, is an intimate account of her journey fighting for human rights across the world. Part personal journey, part insider’s peek into the work of international human rights organizations, …
 
The rash of scarlet fever looks different, depending on skin colour. Check out the Brown Skin Matters page - https://brownskinmatters.com/ Review the Dermnet NZ Scarlet Fever page - https://dermnetnz.org/topics/scarlet-fever www.rnzcuc.org.nz podcast@rnzcuc.org.nz https://www.facebook.com/rnzcuc https://twitter.com/rnzcuc Music licensed from www.pr…
 
In this week's podcast The New Zealand Initiative's chief economist, Dr Eric Crampton, chats with Jonathan Alve, National Operations Manager at Hospitality New Zealand, about proposed amendments to the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act and the challenges these may hold for licence holders.Από τον The New Zealand Initiative
 
This podcast is a recording of the webinar launching our report “Resuming Normal Service? Assessing future prospects for New Zealand-China services trade”, jointly held with the North Asia Centre of Asia-Pacific Excellence. It includes an exclusive briefing by the report author and a discussion featuring services trade experts, moderated by the Exe…
 
Brilliant, hardworking and creative, women architects have made many significant contributions to the built environment, creativity and community of Aotearoa New Zealand. A ground-breaking new book, Making Space, tells the story of women making space for themselves in a male-dominated profession while designing architectural, landscape and urban sp…
 
MONEY JOURNEYS - EPISODE 77 What's In This Episode? When Rachel told me that she had very recently moved from a super consumer to thinking instead that saving was the new shopping, I knew the story of this single, city-dwelling, dependent-free, self-employed 54-year-old was one worth sharing. Covid was to be the tipping point for Rachel. Realising …
 
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