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Every week, join the Chambers brothers as they discuss anything and everything to do with the Dallas Stars, the NHL, and sometimes whatever they want! Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and subscribe to our YouTube channel! If you enjoy our content, please consider donating to our podcast at the following link below! https://app.redcircle.com/shows/2599aa77-7ee3-4806-a129-aab4c4eba65d/donations Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/starcastic-remarks-the-only-dallas-stars-f ...
 
Award winning political strategist, radio host, and CNN contributor Dave Mowery, and his longtime friend, collaborator and producer Chris Krauth have teamed up again for Now More Than Ever, a new podcast from Send The Food Back Media. Joined by occasional guests from the world of politics, media, music and real life, Now More Than Ever is the sound of the profane, mundane and insane filtered through the echo chamber of two functioning brain cells clanging around inside a coffee can. Subscrib ...
 
On The Modern House Podcast we ask guests to pick their three favourite homes from anywhere in the world; anything from a Modernist masterpiece to a ramshackle hut in a field. We talk to architects, artists, designers, entrepreneurs, editors – people who have a great eye and share our passion for beautiful living spaces. Music by Chris Zabriskie.
 
The Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber® serves as a bold voice for the interests of its 4,000-member businesses and their more than 300,000 employees. We are committed to expanding the region's talent and, by harnessing the power of Cincinnati’s unique offerings, implementing regional vision, and through intentional inclusion in everything we do, the Chamber is on a path to help transform this region into the hottest city in America.
 
The Vision of the National Association of Black Women in Construction (NABWIC) is to build lasting strategic partnerships with first-rate organizations and individuals that will provide ground-breaking and innovative solutions for black women in construction and their respective communities. We are “THE VOICE OF BLACK WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION”.
 
Yeah No Yeah is the fat brain baby of two very old men trapped in the bodies of easily vexed millennials: Molly Kendrick and Katie Joy. We do deep-ish dives into internet fandoms, the stranger corners of pop culture, and YouTube’s latest unsettling obsessions.
 
Business Rap features a collection of Spotlight Podcasts hosted by business professionals that are dedicated to inspiring the ideas that propel the business community forward. The show brings together top business owners, leaders, communication experts, and journalists to have thought-provoking and in-depth roundtable discussions on a wide range of business topics that both educate and entertain. Business Rap’s daily lineup: Segment 1 - “Business Today” LIVE with Tony Cuthbert Segment 2 - “C ...
 
What’s on, what’s new and what’s worthwhile on the fine music scene in Melbourne. Local musicians and performances plus interviews and information. Hosted and produced by Tim Hannah & Madi Chwasta for 3MBS Fine Music Melbourne. Music in Melbourne broadcasts live on 3MBS, Saturday mornings 11am-12pm. 103.5 FM, 3MBS Digital and online at 3mbs.org.au. Theme music: Ensemble Liaison performing Bach, courtesy of the 3MBS recording library.
 
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My guest today is Zac Bookman. Zac is the Founder and CEO of OpenGov a budgeting and financial management software for local governments. Before he founded OpenGov Zac was an Advisor to U.S. Army General H.R. McMaster in Afganistan, a law clerk on the Ninth Circuit Federal Court of Appeals, and earned a Fullbright Fellowship studying corruption in …
 
Ivanka Trump, the president's daughter and adviser, has been questioned under oath as part of a civil lawsuit alleging misuse of non profit funds for Donald Trump's inauguration four years ago. There's talk now that President Trump might continue his pardoning spree and pardon his own children ahead of his departure from office. Associate professor…
 
How has the global pandemic changed our high streets? Is the future of the local shop looking better or worse after Covid? Hear Ross Bailey, founder and CEO of Appear Here, the ‘Airbnb for retail’, discuss all that and more on this issue of the podcast. Plus, what did Ross select as his top three living spaces in the world? Find out more at The Mod…
 
The Māori All Blacks and Moana Pasifika team have left their training boots on the bus this afternoon for a Pōwhiri at the Tūrangawaewae Marae in Northern Waikato. The two teams are in town ahead of an historic clash at Hamilton's FMG stadium on Saturday night. It's the only time the Māori All Blacks will hit the field this year and the first time …
 
The Māori Party is back and louder than ever. The co-leaders, supported by hundreds who travelled the length of the island to be at Parliament today, made their maiden speeches in the House this afternoon. It was pride that Rawiri Waititi sung of as he rose to his feet. Then came the reason the Māori Party is in Parliament, and a challenge. Followi…
 
The child sex offender and prison escaper, Phillip John Smith, has been back in court for another legal fight as he pushes to be interviewed by a journalist. Last year, Corrections rejected Stuff's request to interview Smith - but the High Court told them to review it. Corrections appealed that at the Court of Appeal today. Our reporter, Jonathan M…
 
The political consensus over an inquiry into Pharmac looks to be breaking down - with Labour and National at odds over how it should be run. National today asked the newly-formed health select committee to begin an investigation - only for the bid to be voted down by MPs from other parties. The government says work is already underway on the inquir…
 
Covid-19 Recovery Minister Chris Hipkins has burst any dreams of a Cook Islands travel bubble by Christmas, but has the message been officially delivered to the islands? NZ government officials visited Rarotonga last month to assess when quarantine-free travel can start between the countries. Tourists operators there are desperate to throw down the…
 
A major retail chain's decision to stock dolls with Down Syndrome means children will have better access to toys that reflect them; according to one advocacy group. The dolls will join the K-mart range that already includes an amputee doll, a visually impaired doll and a doll with a wheelchair. Zandra Vaccarino from the Down Syndrome Association sa…
 
The social housing waitlist has reached a record high - nearly 22,000 applicants are now on the housing register, while the government is promising to deliver an extra 18,000 public and transitional houses by 2024. Housing Minister Megan Woods says even though they're trying to speed up the building of new state houses, it will take time. But conce…
 
Plans for a proposed airport in a small South Island town faced strong push back during a Christchurch City Council meeting today. Just a day after the New Zealand Government declared a climate emergency, protesters pretended to die in front of Christchurch councillors - with a message to stop plans for an International Airport being built at Tarra…
 
It's hoped a major investment in Auckland's recycling infrastructure will ensure hundreds of tonnes of previously dumped plastic doesn't end up in the tip. Hard to recycle plastics have been increasingly difficult to process after China - which previously took around half of the world's waste - banned imports. The Auckland upgrade will mean around …
 
It's not clear when the Pakistan cricket team will be able to train, or if all the players will be released from MIQ in time for the first match of the tour after some of the squad tested positive for Covid-19. Ten people from the visiting side have the virus, with some of those cases deemed historical. The visitors are also on their last warning a…
 
Ports of Auckland has had a torrid past few months, with increasing pressure from importers and retailers to speed up stock movement through the port. The company insists the delays are due to staff shortages, despite worker's telling Checkpoint the move to automated straddle carriers to shift containers is to blame. We sent reporter Nick Truebridg…
 
Some tourism operators in the Cook Islands say they're at their wits' end, after months of promised updates - and ongoing delays to getting a travel bubble with New Zealand put in place. The Covid-19 Minister has popped any plans of a bubble before Christmas - saying more work needs to be done between the two countries. But tourism isn't the only i…
 
Alexander Gillespie, Professor of Law at the University of Waikato shares his view on tension escalating between China and members of the Five Eyes security alliance, most recently over a Chinese tweet. The UN secretary Antonio Guterres says that humanity is waging a war on nature. The Panel discusses his fiery speech with Associate Professor Ralph…
 
Britain has become the first country in the world to license a Covid-19 vaccination after approving the Pfizer-BioNtech vaccine. The Panel speaks to Kurt Krause, Professor of Biochemistry at the University of Otago. A petition was delivered to MPs yesterday urging them to get rid of legislation that enables referenda on Māori wards. The Panel speak…
 
It's time for an Beaver update! In January this year beavers were released into Somerset in an effort to restore wetlands and reduce erosion and flooding. Beavers became extinct in the UK over four hundred years ago so it was a huge move. It's worked! The reintroduced rodents have made the first natural dam which has created an "instant wetland". R…
 
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