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Want to hear from people closing multifamily/apartment deals? Listen in as Dan Handford interviews successful multifamily real estate investors as we dive deep into the details on how they got their deal to the finish/closing line and beyond. No fluff. Just getting down to business with how investors are gaining more passive cash flow with multifamily investing. In addition to these interviews, we will also be posting the audio from our weekly multifamily investing webinars so you can enjoy ...
 
This is a podcast for Christians who want to do their most exceptional work for the glory of God and the good of others. Each week, Jordan Raynor (entrepreneur and bestselling author of Called to Create and Master of One) hosts a conversation with a Christian who is pursuing world-class mastery of their vocation. Listeners learn about each guest’s path to mastery, their habits and routines, and how their faith influences their work.
 
The City View is a new podcast from City A.M. - London's daily business and finance newspaper. City A.M. was launched 15 years ago under the strapline "business with personality" - and The City View podcast follows the same philosophy. Every day, City A.M. Editor Andy Silvester will open the podcast with a quick look at the headlines from the worlds of business, finance, economics and politics, before introducing his guest of the day. Guests will be industry leaders, economists, pundits, inv ...
 
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Heather du Plessis-Allan talks to Grant Robertson about: Woman linked to ISIS, Suhayra Aden, moving to New ZealandWhether the Wallabies will get an exemption for the Bledisloe CupImmigration issues – why skilled people leaving the country due to a lack of certaintyAnd Refining NZ wanting to put a 1 cent levy on every litre of petrol LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Sydney could be in lockdown for a while yet. New South Wales has 145 new cases of Covid-19 -- 51 infectious while in the community. There's speculation the Australian state will come out of lockdown on September 17. But, International Correspondent Oliver Petersen told Heather du Plessis-Allan that Christmas looks more likely. He says people aren't…
 
Hayden Wilde has won the first Olympic medal for New Zealand in Tokyo with the bronze in triathlon. The race started all but smoothly when some swimmers jumped in the water too early, Hayden among them. He recounts the false start and talks about what he’ll do now he’s taken out a medal. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Tobacco giant Philip Morris is to stop selling Marlboro cigarettes in the UK within the next 10 years. But how much of this is from the goodness of their hearts? Or is a marketing campaign, as the world looks towards vaping? Director of Ash Deborah Hart spoke to Heather du Plessis-Allan about whether this really is a good thing. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
2021 could be a record year for coal imports. The government is expecting that 150,000 more tonnes of coal will be imported this year than last year. Last year well over a million tonnes in total were imported. Most of the imported coal will be burned to keep your lights on, or possibly to charge up your new EV. Chief Executive of Forest and Bird, …
 
New Zealand will let terror suspect Suhayra Aden and her children into the country. In February this year Aden crossed from Syria to Turkey, with the Turkish ministry identifying her as an Islamic state terrorist. She was once a dual citizen of New Zealand and Australia, but Australia revoked her citizenship, leaving New Zealand to repatriate her. …
 
Former Finance Minister Sir Roger Douglas has penned a paper calling for a complete overhaul of all aspects of the welfare system in order to deal with New Zealand's huge debt mountain. He promises virtually every New Zealander could retire with $4-5 million in their super fund accounts. Plus that health, education and housing would all become affo…
 
With daily COVID-19 cases sharply rising again, Italy will soon require people to have passes reflecting their health status to access gyms, museums, movie theaters, the inside of restaurants and other venues. Premier Mario Draghi’s government approved a decree Thursday ordering the use of the so-called “green” passes starting on Aug. 6. To be elig…
 
From tomorrow, Kiwi workers will see a doubling on their sick leave entitlement - a move described as a game changer by workers' rights advocates. Most employees who have worked for an employer for six months will now be entitled to 10 days paid leave if they, or a dependent, are sick or injured or have a dependent who is sick or injured. Employees…
 
Jacinda Ardern has given Australia seven days to prove an economic case to get permission to enter New Zealand and play in the Bledisloe Cup. The All Blacks are scheduled to host the Wallabies at Eden Park on August 7 in the opening Bledisloe with two tests supposed to follow in Perth and Wellington next month. Christchurch will reduce the capacity…
 
There is a battle brewing between opponents of the Waiheke Island marina development. They are there local iwi and a collective of protesters called Protect Putiki. Protect Putiki say they’ve raised some money but the local iwi say that isn’t going through to the legal costs to oppose this. Ngati Paoa Trust Board co-chair Danella Roebeck spoke to H…
 
Olympic events are well under way and anticipation's building for tonight's opening ceremony. More than 10,000 athletes are competing despite Covid cases linked to the games now reaching more than 90 today. Athletes from 200 countries will take part in tonight's parade. New Zealand chef de mission Rob Waddell told Heather du Plessis-Allan it's just…
 
Chris Hipkins isn't backing down over pausing quarantine-free travel with Australia for eight-weeks from midnight as the Delta variant continues to spread. For the next week managed return flights will bring home New Zealand citizens and residents. The Covid-19 Response Minister told Heather du Plessis-Allan it's about giving Australia enough time …
 
A sweeping internet disruption on Thursday briefly took out a wide range of major corporate websites — from FedEx and Delta Air Lines to HSBC and McDonald's. The outages coincided with reports of system disruptions from Akamai and Oracle , two key providers of internet infrastructure services. Oracle said Thursday afternoon that its outage was the …
 
Closing the transtasman bubble for at least eight weeks has thrown plans for the Bledisloe Cup and Rugby Championship into disarray. The All Blacks are scheduled to host the Wallabies at Eden Park on August 7 in the opening Bledisloe with two tests supposed to follow in Perth and Wellington next month. New Zealand Rugby is scrambling to find soluti…
 
A Wellington man was left baffled after a Covid vaccine Healthline mix-up this morning. Capital & Coast DHB has apologised after Wellingtonians trying to book their Covid vaccines were unable to access the service through a number listed by the Ministry of Health. Wellington man Boudewyn Couprie is in group 3 and said he has been calling his GP and…
 
The Government’s done the right thing suspending the trans-Tasman bubble today. Delta has clearly changed the risk calculation. It says a lot that New South Wales – which is the state that has managed Covid without having to go into a widespread lockdown this entire pandemic – has now been forced into lockdown. And even after four weeks of lockdown…
 
Uriah “Prime Time” Hall talks with Taeler De Haes about his rough childhood in NYC, risking everything trying out for The Ultimate Fighter, fighting his idol Anderson Silva, and how he figured out what to do with his life. Save time and reach your macro goals with fresh, prepared meals engineered for optimal performance.…
 
Want to scale your multifamily business but don’t know where to start? Get inspired in this episode and be motivated to take that big leap! Join Dan Handford and Robert Martinez as they delve into apartment syndication and sourcing deals. Robert Martinez is the CEO of Rockstar Capital, which is considered one of the most decorated property manageme…
 
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have shared an adorable new photo of Prince George to mark his 8th birthday. The image shows George grinning from ear-to-ear wearing a navy and orange polo shirt and matching navy shorts. The photo was taken in Norfolk earlier this month at the Duke and Duchess' home Amner Hall. Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton …
 
The Football Ferns took the knee before their game against Australia following the movement of NFL player Colin Kaepernick from 2016. The movement has gone beyond the NFL and made it to England in the Premier League and Euros. Emails released under the Official Information Act show the white privilege courses cost the Ministry of Education almost $…
 
New Zealand may have lost to Australia 2-1 in the Olympics on Wednesday, but debutant Gabi Rennie’s first touch in her goal was spectacular. And extra special, one of the very few people allowed in that crowd was Gabi’s older brother, a TV camera operator. Rennie told Heather du Plessis-Allan to have her brother there to see her score on her debut …
 
Labour's local MP in Rotorua is keeping positive about efforts to turn around the city's dire housing situation. Kainga Ora has paid $8.1 million to buy the Boulevard Motel on Fenton Street and two-thirds of a hectare of land in the town. It plans to turn the motel into temporary accommodation for 80 people and then build houses on the land. Waiari…
 
Unsurprisingly, there’s a fair bit of controversy over Southland District Council’s decision to allow a mining company to explore for coal in the area. But frankly, if you care about the environment, then you should support this. The fact is we’re burning coal and we will be burning coal for the foreseeable future because we do not have an alternat…
 
ACT has lashed the Government for putting civil servants through a course on diversity. Emails released under the Official Information Act reveal it's cost the Ministry of Education almost $700,000 alone. Participants are told recognising privilege acknowledges our colonial history and its impact on society. But ACT Leader David Seymour says it's j…
 
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has apologised for the slow rollout of vaccinations in his country. For days he's been asked to say sorry for the fact Australia has the lowest vaccination rate in the OECD, which is a key reason half of the country is now in lockdown. "I take responsibility for the vaccination programme," he said. "I'm sorr…
 
Eli Epiha claims he thought twice about leaving Constable Matthew Hunt dying in the street after he shot him in Massey last year. The 25-year-old admits murdering Hunt but denies attempting to murder his partner, Constable David Goldfinch. Newstalk ZB's Chelsea Daniels told Heather du Plessis-Allan Epiha told the High Court at Auckland today Hunt a…
 
New Zealand's Olympic campaign started with a 2-1 loss to Australia on Wednesday. The Football Ferns lost 2-1 to the Matildas last night. The Men's football "Oly Whites" is opening their tournament with a match against South Korea, who won Bronze at London 2012. Former All White Fred de Jong says last night was the best opportunity for the Football…
 
A Muslim community leader's disturbed at the idea a planned film about the mosque attacks could get Government subsidies. Official Information Act requests show producers of They Are Us were eyeing up as much as 20-million dollars in rebates. Islamic Women's Council spokesperson Anjum Rahman wants the Government to pull back on funding. She told He…
 
The furore surrounding Japan's hosting of the Olympics in the storm of a pandemic has resulted in a last-minute revolt from some of the biggest companies in the world. With polls earlier this year showing just 20 per cent of Tokyo residents wanted the Games to go ahead, companies are pulling their support just days out from the Opening Ceremony on …
 
The Reserve Bank is accusing the Government of engineering the worst well-being disaster of the last two decades. Former Reserve Bank chairman Arthur Grimes says the current model couldn't have done a better job at keeping young and poor people out of the housing market. Mr Grimes told Heather du Plessis-Allan the start of the issues can be traced …
 
More large costs are being put on companies needing to ship goods. Two weeks ago, Zuru founder Nick Mowbray said his costs have gone from roughly $1800 to $18,000 per shipment from China to the United Kingdom. Now, shipping companies are introducing a new fee between $4,000 and $5,000 extra per container which they say is due to extraordinary deman…
 
A 1980s dance-pop hit is being played on repeat by a Christchurch real estate firm in an effort to scare off homeless people. Christchurch property developer Richard Peebles has been playing Rick Astley's 'Never Gonna Give You Up' outside Ray White's Hereford Street office. It's in response to drug use and violence from people sleeping outside the …
 
The $8.1 million government purchase of a local motel has been labelled a "game-changer" by one local MP. But another says it is "deeply disappointing" and a step back for Rotorua. This week the Government announced its housing arm Kāinga Ora was in the final stages of buying the 30-unit Boulevard Motel at 265 Fenton St for $8.1m. The Ministry of S…
 
Jeff Bezos blasted into space Tuesday on his rocket company's first flight with people on board, becoming the second billionaire in just over a week to ride his own spacecraft. The Amazon founder was accompanied by a hand-picked group that included his brother, an 18-year-old from the Netherlands and an 82-year-old aviation pioneer from Texas — the…
 
National is calling on Police Minister Poto Williams to resign following her comments on Newstalk ZB's Mike Hosking Breakfast today. The Minister pushed back at the suggestion the police should be armed, and says the communities she represents - Māori and Pasifika - are against arming officers. National leader Judith Collins says Williams should be…
 
West Auckland residents are upset after a property agent allegedly used false information to get them to sell their homes. Ray White agent Candice Chen distributed a letter in Te Atatu, and in it listed six addresses of homes claiming they had recently been sold with big developments to be built on them. However, at least one of those properties ha…
 
I feel for our country’s cops at the moment, especially after those train wreck comments by their Minister Poto Williams this morning. My problem is not that she opposes the arming of frontline police, she’s entitled to her opinion. My problem is that she says her reason for that is because the communities she represents don’t want it. I’m talking …
 
Jordan Raynor sits down with Matt Wallace, Co-founder of ONOW Myanmar, to talk about what the Lord taught him after having to flee Myanmar after the country’s military coup, why he believes there’s no difference between spiritual and work conversations, and the #1 piece of advice he would give to aspiring entrepreneurs. Links Mentioned: Matthew Wal…
 
In the third and final episode of this series of golf podcasts, Ryder Cup-winning player and captain Sam Torrance reviews the Open Championship with City A.M. Sports Editor Frank Dalleres. Sam discusses Collin Morikawa winning the Claret Jug at his first attempt, expands on the benefits of his 'saw grip' putting technique and explains why he rates …
 
Trish Sherson and Matthew Tukaki join Heather du Plessis-Allan on the panel. Toa, the young Orca calf, has been in the care of Department of Conservation (DOC) staff and volunteers since becoming separated from his mother at Plimmerton, north of Wellington on July 11. Reports suggest the cost of looking after Toa are approximately $10,000 so far, e…
 
The UK Government has announced people attending nightclubs and other venues with large crowds will need to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 by the end of September. The announcement came on the same day - widely dubbed 'Freedom Day' - restrictions were lifted in England, highlighted by nightclubs reopening for the first time in 16 months. Prim…
 
Prince Harry is writing what his publisher is calling an "intimate and heartfelt memoir". Random House expects to release the book, currently untitled, late in 2022. "I'm writing this not as the prince I was born but as the man I have become," the Duke of Sussex, 36, said in a statement on Monday. "I've worn many hats over the years, both literally…
 
The SPCA is calling for an ethical decision to be made on the stranded orca calf Toa. The Department of Conversation has been caring for Toa in a 32,000L pool since he was found stranded at Plimmerton, north of Wellington nine days ago, while trying to find his pod. Chief Scientific Officer Arnja Dale told Heather du Plessis-Allan Toa is too young …
 
An Indian man's deportation was reversed after the Immigration and Protection tribunal stepped in, ruling it was inhumane to send the man back to Punjab due to Covid-19's presence in the country. Former immigration minister Tuariki Delamere says the failed deportation will have Immigration New Zealand "freaking out". Delamere told Heather du Plessi…
 
According to a recent Police Association survey, 69 per cent of New Zealand officers want to be armed regularly. Violence against the police is on the rise with 1500 officers assaulted in 2020. Former officer and former National MP Chester Borrows told Heather du Plessis-Allan the figures do not surprise him. "The Police have always wanted more and…
 
The New Zealand economy was left $293 million worse off from hosting the 36th America's Cup, an official cost-benefit report has revealed today. Three government-commissioned reports released this afternoon identify a string of factors, including Covid-19, a lack of challenging syndicates and overly high public investment generated "significant def…
 
South Australia will head into lockdown for seven days from 6pm on Tuesday after it recorded a fifth case of Covid-19. Premier Steven Marshall announced today that health authorities had confirmed the highly-contagious Delta variant had infiltrated the state. Marshall said the bad news had left the government with no other alternative but to impose…
 
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