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Best Hutt City podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Hutt City podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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A Star Wars RPG Campaign podcast by the writer of Rat Queens, Kurtis Wiebe, joined by film makers, game designers, fashionistas and comic artists. They roll some dice and pretend they’re Wookiees.Join the adventure as a pack of renegades navigate a Hutt war in City 17, a volatile district of Nar Shaddaa where only enemies are made with more ease than credits.
 
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Canines in Hauraki are not respecting their fury friend's Covid-19 bubbles. There's been a sharp increase in dogs attacking other dogs in the district since the level four lockdown came into place. The council used to respond to about one dog attack every two months, but at the moment they are dealing with one everyday. Mayor of the Hauraki distric…
 
The government has announced it will ensure the funding of country's sports organisations. All international, professional and grass roots sports has been either cancelled or postponed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Sports and Recreation Minister Grant Robertson says funding will be rolled over for the current financial year into next yea…
 
The 88-year-old New Zealand Woman's Weekly is one of the magazines closing after Bauer Media announced yesterday it was folding its Kiwi operation. The magazine has been around since December 1932. Jean Topp, the 89-year-old mother of entertainers the Topp Twins, has been buying the magazine since she was a teenager. She told Susan Strongman why sh…
 
Māori celebrities and experts are giving online tutorials to help thousands of children keep up their reo Māori during the Level Four lockdown. TV host Stacey Morrison, singer Pere Wihongi and former All Black Nehe Milner-Skudder are among those live streaming kaupapa Māori lessons on Facebook. RNZ's Māori news correspondent Leigh-Marama McLachlan …
 
The prime minister's former chief science adviser says that rapid contact tracing is critical to the success of fighting Covid-19. The government has broadened its testing criteria for the virus, which will mean more cases will be detected. New research from Oxford University suggests that the faster that contacts of positive cases can be notified,…
 
Small businesses are desperate for rent relief, with some saying they have no choice but to walk away from their lease. On average, rent accounts for about 40-percent of a firm's fixed costs. Tenants and landlords are working out arrangements on a case by case basis, leaving some arguing they haven't got a fair deal. Rachel Thomas reports.…
 
There's no sign the Government will tighten quarantine controls for those arriving at the border, in response to calls from the opposition to quarantine and test everyone. The police have admitted they have not been able to carry out the expected level of checking on people sent home to self isolate; if they arrive in New Zealand with no Covid-19 s…
 
The domestic travel ban has been lifted for stranded foreign tourists trying to get to international airports to fly home. The government has announced a plan to help the tens of thousands of people stranded here. Foreign governments will be allowed to organise charter flights to repatriate their citizens, and links between New Zealand and Europe w…
 
'DIY is in our DNA' as the hardware shop advertising slogan goes - but the Accident Compensation Corporation is asking those emboldened to tackle jobs around the house during the lockdown to take extra care - even if they do think they have that supposed Kiwi genetic advantage. ACC figures routinely show that the home is the number one place New Ze…
 
A malaria drug touted by US President Donald Trump as a "game changer" in the fight against Covid-19 has been in high demand in New Zealand, leading Pharmac to put restrictions on its use. The government drug buying agency says hydroxychloroquine will still be available for DHBs which are now involved in trials to see whether it could help prevent …
 
The Health Ministry is looking at a possible shift in US official guidelines, to recommend that the ordinary public should all wear face masks during the pandemic. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is reviewing new data that shows the highly infectious nature of Covid-19 means regular facemask use may help cut transmission. It shows…
 
The kiwifruit industry is fighting for survival as it tries to pick and pack the season's crop while enforcing Covid-19 restrictions. The apple industry is also predicting problems with at least 10 percent of the crop not likely to be picked. The virus lock-down has come right in the middle of the harvest season. Andrew McRae reports.…
 
The government has announced a range of moves in the last week to try and lessen the impact of Covid-19 and the Level Four lockdown on the New Zealand economy. Among the latest $6.25 billion in loans to New Zealand businesses and adding essential workers who need to take leave to the government wage support scheme. The government is warning unemplo…
 
Video conferencing app Zoom is to pause the development of any new features so it can concentrate on safety and privacy issues. The National Party has this week raised concerns about its use for Cabinet meetings saying its security isn't good enough. In response the Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, said they did not discuss sensitive or classified i…
 
A union representing Fletchers staff says it's obscene that workers pay will be severely docked over the next three months but senior executives won't take nearly as much of a financial hit. The company wants to put about 9000 staff not working on gradually reducing pay over the next three months. It's proposing they get 80 percent of base pay for …
 
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