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Join Patrick, Frostie, Cam, Dave and Ella as they discuss Wellington Phoenix FC's plight in the Hyundai A-League, as well as everything in New Zealand football. Support us on Patreon and receive exclusive bonus discussions at https://www.patreon.com/phoenixcity.
 
A joint project of U.S. PIRG and the Antibiotic Resistance Action Center, this monthly podcast will delve into the critical health threat of antibiotic resistance and what drives it, including antibiotic use in agriculture and human health care, challenges and opportunities in R&D, and more. Co-hosts Matt Wellington and Dr. Lance Price will cover a new topic and feature an expert guest every month. Have questions or want to make suggestions? Write to us at SuperBugsUnplugged@gmail.com. Follo ...
 
All Talk with Jase and Mike is a place where Jason Hoyte (Wellington Paranormal; What We Do in the Shadows; Alternative Commentary Collective; Late Night Big Breakfast, Brokenwood Mysteries) and Mike Minogue (Wellington Paranormal; What We Do in the Shadows; Alternative Commentary Collective; Late Night Big Breakfast; Hunt for the Wilderpeople) give back to the community by offering poor advice on acting, pets, relationships, health and anything else that occurs to them.
 
Guy Pigden and Harley Neville are New Zealand filmmakers collectively known as Pigville Productions. Their first feature film 'I Survived A Zombie Holocaust' is available on DVD and iTunes and their second feature film 'Older' is currently in post production. As YouTube partners their channel has reached over 11 million views and 20,000 subscribers, join these two maverick filmmakers as they discuss their adventures in the screen trade. Join the conversation and get in touch! Facebook: www.f ...
 
Listener's beware... you're in for a scare! "Pick-A-Path Podcast" was created as an excuse for Troy J Malcolm to read all of R.L. Stine's "Give Yourself Goosebumps" series with his friends as they record and playthrough these interactive novels together! Prepare yourself for reading and banter as different guests are read to, share banter, and make choices based off of options presented to them by the books. Episode lengths will differ depending on how long the guest lasts before reaching a ...
 
Each week Smithy, Hard News, 2ndBest, and El Grapadura cover all things New Zealand Football, including the Wellington Phoenix in the A-League, Kiwis flying the flag overseas, our national teams, the ASB Premiership and local Wellington football. We've got your football fix. Be sure to visit us at www.yellowfever.co.nz
 
As part of our commitment to nurturing believers, we want to take every opportunity to equip people, through the Word of God, with everything they need to grow in their relationship with God, in the undeniable evidence of His work in their lives, and in their fulfillment of everything He’s calling them to do. These are the teachings from Living Light Christian Church in Wellington, England.
 
Comedians, improvisers and game designers bring tabletop games like Dungeons & Dragons to the stage! Enjoy sold-out Diceratops live shows, along with behind-the-scenes moments and other special features. Diceratops is based in Wellington, New Zealand. Our shows are for everyone and every show stands alone, so jump in anywhere!
 
Stories from the people who make Wellington tick! B-Side Stories takes us beyond the mainstream to celebrate the unsung heroes, rebels and enthusiasts who shape the fabric and flavour of Wellington, New Zealand. B-Side Stories is aired every Tuesday from 5-6 pm on Wellington Access Radio, with support from NZ on Air.
 
You have a great product and a burning passion, but when it comes to cash in the bank, you’ve hit a brick wall. Simply put. You lack confidence, experience and skills to convert. Meet Rich Wellington. Some call him The Sales Beast. Others call him Rich or just plain ol’ Dad. Either way, he's here to make the world of leads, launching programs & sales simple by guiding you through his proven Transformative Sales System. Listen in so you can increase the income of your fitness business and cre ...
 
The Flop House is a bi-monthly audio podcast, devoted to the worst in recent film. Your hosts (Elliott Kalan, Dan McCoy, and Stuart Wellington) watch a questionable film just before each episode, and then engage in an unscripted, slightly inebriated discussion, focusing on the movie's shortcomings and occasional delights.
 
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Cotton buds, tampon wrappers, used-condoms, hair pins and razorblade-heads. You probably don't want to see any of these items again after being used, let alone washed up on our beaches. But with these items being regularly flushed down the toilet, unfortunately, they are. Our reporter Harry Lock and cameraman Samuel Rillstone hit Wellington's south…
 
SPOILER ALERT: Please watch In & Of Itself on Hulu before listening to this episode. After watching Derek Delgaudio's In & Of Itself on Hulu, Hillary begins to question whether or not storytelling an illusion of identity. Plus she regrets not having the foresight to see In & Of Itself when it was Off-Broadway in New York City. In hopes of making up…
 
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with Dr. Robert Cialdini, whose bestselling books include "Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion" and "Pre-Suasion: A Revolutionary Way to Influence and Persuade." A professor emeritus of psychology and marketing at Arizona State University, he has conducted extensive research on the science of in…
 
Pole vaulter Eliza McCartney has one last chance to qualify for the Olympics tomorrow. The 24 year old has been plagued with injuries since winning bronze at the Rio Games in 2016. She has twice attempted to reach the Olympic standard in recent weeks but her ongoing archilles and ankle issues have kept her well below her best. McCartney admits the …
 
Warning: This report may be distressing for some listeners. A survivor of the adolescent unit at Lake Alice Psychiatric Hospital in the 1970s says she was raped by the head of the unit multiple times. Sixty-two-year-old Sharyn Collis has given evidence to the Royal Commission into Abuse in Care. She was 14 when she was first sent to the unit in 197…
 
Safety concerns have forced Ports of Auckland to suspend its automation progamme, after it lost control of a massive robotic straddle carrier that moves around shipping containers. In a statement it says a software fault saw the 70-tonne machine smacked one container into a stack of others. No one was hurt in the incident but programmes are suspend…
 
The opposition is renewing its call for purpose built MIQ facilities in the wake of an independent review of the current stock. The review - has made 82 recommendations to ensure the current managed isolation system is sustainable - among them, upgrading IT systems and strengthening iwi partnerships. Our political reporter Anneke Smith has more.…
 
The funeral for a gang leader saw one of Auckland's main roads jammed up by patched member blocking four lanes - forcing parts of Grey Lynn to close down and traffic to be diverted. They were out in force for the funeral of Taranaki Fuimaono who died in police custody last weekend. The police were also out on force too monitoring the situation. Auc…
 
It appears plenty of New Zealanders turned to the bottle to get through the ups and downs of last year's Covid-19 rollercoaster. New data, provided to Checkpoint, shows just how out of control drinking habits got in 2020. Ambulance staff showed up at more than 16,000 alcohol-related incidents in 2019. Last year that number shot up 37 percent, with …
 
The Prime Minister has received her first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine today, saying it was "pretty pain free". At the same time there is still some frustration and worry amongst over-65s in Wellington, as they wait to be called up for their Covid-19 vaccine. The Capital and Coast DHB says it is ahead of schedule with its overall vaccine roll-out, …
 
The handbrake's gone on Ports of Auckland's controversial automated system for unloading freight containers because of safety concerns. On Thursday a giant robotic straddle carrier that moves the shipping containers around lost control and smacked one container into a stack of others. The Port says it was a software fault. It's not the first time o…
 
Smoke and the sound of burnouts filled the air in a central Auckland suburb on Friday as hundreds of patched gang members turned out to farewell a senior Head Hunters member. On bikes and by foot they spilled out onto the street, blockading a major arterial route into the city, forcing buses to divert and causing major disruption. They were out in …
 
From one of today’s leading experts on the emerging science of the microbiome comes a ground-breaking book that offers, for the first time, evidence that the gut-microbiome plays a pivotal role in the health crises of the twenty-first century.In his acclaimed book, The Mind-Gut Connection, physician, UCLA professor, and researcher Dr. Emeran Mayer …
 
Thirty years later, something is wrong with Spence. The Great Man can’t concentrate; he falls asleep reading The New York Review of Books. With their daughter, Sarah, away at medical school, Pru must struggle on her own to care for him. One day, feeling especially isolated, Pru meets a man, and the possibility of new romance blooms. Meanwhile, Spen…
 
Black Caps bowling coach Shane Jurgenson says spin bowler Ajaz Patel is right in the frame to play the World Test Championship final against India. Patel's played just nine tests since debuting in 2018 - six of them overseas, with local conditions less suited to spin. Jurgenson told our sports reporter Barry Guy, Patel bolted into contention by tak…
 
Three people opposing the controversial Kennedy Point Marina development were arrested today. Protesters - who say a marina endangers a nearby little blue penguin habitat - have been occupying the beach near the development site on Waiheke Island for about four months. The developer - on the other hand - says no harm will come to the kororā. Te Aor…
 
A team of Covid-19 testers has travelled to Rakiura Stewart Island after a child who lives there returned a weak positive result after having a pre-departure test ahead of overseas travel. The rest of the family returned negative tests and so did the child when they re-tested. Now health officials are waiting on the results of serology tests to rul…
 
New Plymouth commuters could be forgiven for being a little distracted this morning - as one of the city's more notable landmarks - Len Lye's Wind Wand sculpture - dangled from a helicopter on its way across town. The 48-metre long artwork was being returned from a maintenance overhaul and was carried to its prime spot on the Coastal Walkway.…
 
No vaccine, no visit. The Prime Minister has given the strongest indication yet that unvaccinated travellers may not be able to enter Aotearoa. At a press conference with Dr Ashley Bloomfield, Jacinda Ardern detailed the timeline for immunising the bulk of the population against Covid-19. She remains confident everyone who wants a Covid-19 jab will…
 
A warning to consumers - watch out for bad eggs. The Ministry for Primary industries has slapped a ban on a North island egg farm. It cannot shift hens or eggs off the property after the farm tested positive for a nasty strain of salmonella. The bacteria can cause diarrhoea, vomiting and fever and can be particularly serious for the elderly or frai…
 
Peter Burling and Blair Tuke remain hopeful the next America's Cup may still be hosted on New Zealand waters. The Team New Zealand sailors say they're keen to defend the Auld Mug in Auckland. But a defence of different kind is the most pressing priority for the reigning Olympic champions. Our reporter Clay Wilson and camera man Nathan McKinnon caug…
 
Wellington council hopes getting cars off the Golden Mile will give it more shine. A car ban will come into place in 2024 for the route from Courtenay Place to the Beehive - with the council saying it'll be better for the city. But it's certainly not without controversy. Our reporter Tom Kitchin and cameraman Dom Thomas went for a stroll along the …
 
Out of pocket Auckland businesses trading alongside a giant City Rail Link trench say they may fold before the project's complete. The Albert Street business owners protested outside the Auckland Council building today, demanding compensation for interruption caused by the $4.4 billion underground rail project. Here's our reporter Nick Truebridge a…
 
Group 4 - get in line - there's a vaccine coming to a clinic near you. A broad timeline has been released for how the rollout will work for the general population. The two million people who make up group 4 - the bulk of the rollout - will be prioritised by age. But the timetable is loose because exact vaccine supplies are not certain beyond August…
 
The Fehler sisters wanted to be more than bug girls but growing up in a fourth- generation family pest control business in rural Missouri, their path was fixed. The family talked about Fehler Family Exterminating at every meal, even when their mom said to separate the business from the family, an impossible task. They tried to escape work with trip…
 
Your brain is a collection of maps: detailed representations, scrawled across your brain’s surfaces, of the sights, sounds, and actions that hold the key to your survival. Although scientists began discovering these maps over a century ago, we are only now beginning to unlock their secrets—and comprehend their profound impact on our lives. Brain ma…
 
Rumours of an illicit rendezvous have reached Checkpoint all the way from Whangārei. There have been rumours a goose - a gander to be specific - had infiltrated a flock of ducks at Mair Park. Strutting his stuff like a dandy resulting in a strange and new kind of cross-breed of quackers waddling about. Could this be true? Not ones to leave a myster…
 
A clinical study getting underway in Rotorua and Christchurch will provide valuable information on how our the population responds to the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine. The study aims to enrol at least 300 adult participants with a focus on Maori, Pasifika, adults 65 years old and older, and those with co-morbidities associated with increased ri…
 
Team New Zealand has tacked away from a big chunk of money offered by the government, and could be headed off-shore to defend the America's Cup. The government has confirmed it offered up a $99 million package to help keep the Cup here, but that's been rejected. And from Thursday Team NZ's free to negotiate with other countries interested in playin…
 
Talks are under way with New Zealand's only oil refinery about potentially using the facility to make biofuels. The Marsden Point refinery near Whangārei looks likely to be scaled back to an import-only terminal next year, with hundreds of jobs to be cut. But workers say that would be a huge waste, with many staff keen to use their skills to make a…
 
High profile mental health campaigner Mike King got emotional as he handed back his order of merit medal today. He believes the government's mental health funding efforts have failed and no one in power is listening. More than 100 people joined him on a hikoi to Parliament today, including our reporter Tom Kitchin and cameraman Dom Thomas.…
 
Thousands of farmers flocked to the first day of Fieldays today, the Southern Hemisphere's largest agricultural event. The event was cancelled because of Covid-19 last year, so expectations are high for the more than 1,000 exhibitors who are back to put their wares on display. Among them are vehicle dealers selling utes, making hay while the sun sh…
 
New Zealand's Cup looks set to sail elsewhere for its next battle. Team New Zealand is entering discussions with other nations keen to host the 37th America's Cup, after rejecting a multimillion-dollar offer of support from the government. The decision has left Auckland businesses and fans crying foul after Covid-19 border restrictions limited fanf…
 
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