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In the late 1990s Rabbi Dunner presented his own daily 2-hour radio show on London’s multiethnic station, Spectrum Radio. Tens of thousands of listeners – Jews and non-Jews alike – tuned in every day to hear Rabbi Dunner’s take on current events. In 2011 Rabbi Dunner relocated to the US and became the senior Rabbi at Beverly Hills Synagogue. Weekly the Rabbi holds a parsha shiur that delves deeper into the Parsha of the week.
 
What does that vanity plate say? Just like some song lyrics, vanity plates can be a mystery to everyone but the driver. They are debated on social media and even when we think we know what they say, the meaning behind it is probably a mystery. Getting a vanity plate may just be harder than picking your next tattoo - because you only have room for one. Host, Trista Polo, had a suspicion the vanity plates we drive by every day probably have interesting stories behind them...because of the roll ...
 
Independent news and stories connecting you to life in Australia and Dinka-speaking Australians. - Piɛ̈ŋë në wël cë kek thïïc, akölkööl ku wël jiɛmë baai kek në ajuiɛɛrë SBS Dinka Radio, agut cë ka ciɛ̈lë kek në Ɣothuraliɛ ku jɔl ya piny thok ëbɛ̈n.
 
A unique look at the artists that bring our favorite beers to life through their artwork, labels and design. This beer agnostic project will feature a new artist each week and explore their process, how they teamed up with the brewery and learn a little bit more about their story. Join us on this unique adventure into the Craft Beer industry.
 
The is the Agile Uprising Podcast. Agile Uprising is a purpose-built network that focuses on the advancement of the agile mindset and global professional networking between leading agilists. We will remain agnostic of certifying bodies and focus purely on the advancement of the agile craft. Our network will evolve over time, and at the core our online community will remain free to join - forever. We will leverage both traditional and emerging communication and collaboration channels to explo ...
 
531pi has served our Pacific communities since 1993 with a blend of news, views, information and talk back - all combined with a music mix you'll hear nowhere else. During the day, our programmes cater to first and second generation Pacific migrants. After 6 pm, our nine community language programmes serve a different Pacific island each night.
 
We are seeing an unprecedented wave of innovation resources that are empowering innovators, entrepreneurs, and industrialists, to build & create with (1) higher fidelity, (2) lower cost, and (3) greater speed than ever before. Through the Next Frontier podcast and blog series, I explore precisely where to find these resources and how YOU can efficiently and effectively utilize each resource. Produced by Sam Goldberg IG: @sam.d.goldberg.
 
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As we continue our celebrations of Cook Islands Language Week 2021, we’re joined now by Keutekarakia (Keu) Mataroa who was officially welcomed to his post as Cook Islands Consul General to New Zealand earlier this year. Keu has held a number of notable roles in the Cook Islands - Manager - Regional Programs & DRM Coordination with the Ministry of I…
 
You can't trip and fall in Enterprise IT these days without someone mentioning the "C" word...and we're not talking about croissants. We've all heard the Inigo Montoya quote used all over the agile world, but nowhere is it more appropriate than in the cloud space....so to help people understand what "cloud" really means, we brought in the experts: …
 
One of Mitzvot in Parshat Re'eh is the Mitzva of Tzedakah. The Jewish people are expected to take care of their "destitute brother" and to ensure that all those in need are provided for. There are a number of curious anomalies in the verses describing this Mitzva, while the Rambam, Ramban, Sefer HaChinuch, and Ma'or Va'shamesh all underscore how im…
 
Born and bred in the village of Takuvaine in Rarotonga, Raemaki Karati has travelled extensively throughout the Pacific and other parts of the world promoting Cook Islands culture. He has been involved with a dance group since the age of twelve when he was lead drummer for the Mangaia Junior High School Dance team in 1968. He attended Tereora Colle…
 
VACAY is the brand new single by South Auckland based Hip Hop MC Queen Shirl’e featuring the beautiful soulful tones of Lacoco & a twist of Reggae smoothness by Raggadat Cris, Beat Produced by the incredibly talented Lui V. Queen Shirl' e is still very much passionate about music & previously released 2 singles & music videos one called“ g from the…
 
As we continue our celebrations of Cook Islands Language Week 2021, we’re joined now by Taiau Makirere Nicholas. Taiau travelled to New Zealand in 1974 after giving birth to her first child. She was brought up by her grandparents in Aitutaki. Coming from Aitutaki, Tiau acknowledges the guidance of the late Roger and Rosie Blake. According to Taiau,…
 
Now for our weekly wrap up of global politics with Dr Stephen Hoadley Associate Professor of Politics and International Relations at the University of Auckland’s Faculty of Arts. Update on U.S. Politics. Clashes between Israel and Iran continue. Tunisia's political ructions generates global media interest. Pacific overview. See omnystudio.com/liste…
 
Deŋ Tɔŋ Mawiɛ̈n Mɔ̈u ee wunë Athiɛ̈ŋ Mɔ̈u man tɔ̈ ke cë tiɛ̈m në 800m në Olympic në Tokyo. Athiɛ̈ŋ ee le dhïïth panë United States ku jɔk kat ke ye mɛnh thin koor apɛi. Në ye mɛn ke mïïth akacke ku kɔc määth kenë yen acë piɔ̈th miɛt arëtic.
 
Maualaivao Polaiu’amea Jack Kirifi, from the village of Iva, is currently employed by Taranaki Rugby Football Union where he holds three titles: SENIOR RUGBY DEVELOPMENT OFFICER and COACH DEVELOPMENT, PASIFIKA LIAISON PERSON & MAORI & PASIFIKA RUGBY ACADEMY MANAGER. Maualaivao joins us now on Pacific Days to talk more about his current roles, as we…
 
On Sunday 1st August 2021, at the Auckland Town Hall, the Prime Minister Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern expressed the Government's "sorrow, remorse and regret" over the Dawn Raids which impacted our Pacific communities, which, for many, continue to "suffer and carry the scars". We play back the PM's speech in full. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy in…
 
Joining us today is business owner and chiropractor of Axon Chiropractic, Dr. Craig Aitu. Dr. Craig has led a life dedicated to the community which he translates into his work now as a chiropractic practitioner. Axon Chiropractic provides a health care service that helps the body work at its best, based on an assessment on an individual’s needs and…
 
"On The Shmooze this week: Sebastian Schulman, executive director of KlezKanada, who previews what’s in store for KlezKanada 2021 (August 23–29). KlezKanada was founded in 1996 to teach, nurture, and present to a broad public the best of Jewish traditional arts and Yiddish culture. In our conversation we talk about how KlezKanada’s programs foster …
 
Mama Tupou Manapori QSM, is the chair of the Cook Islands teachers and educators collective NZ, & Lecturer for the NZ Certificate in Pacific Languages L3 & L4 Cook Island at MIT in Auckland. She, along with other experts in Te Reo Māori Kūki ‘Āirani launched the Cook Islanders Teachers & Educators Collective New Zealand (Au Taunga Korero Kūki ‘Āira…
 
The Tama Mai Saute dance academy in Christchurch, believes positive cultural identity can uplift and enhance the well being and instill a sense of belonging for our Pasifika people. This academy connects with local Pasifika communities in Christchurch and serves the Pasifika community through language, storytelling, song and dance. We’re joined now…
 
The theme for this week's show is High-Performance Teams - explored through the lens of a rather unusual team-building event. A 15 day, 5,000 km trek from the Atlantic to the pacific coast of Canada, followed by a jaunt in Hawaii - competing against three other teams on different continents. Hosts Andy Cleff and Richard Dolman chat with the crew fr…
 
As Samoa’s first woman Prime Minister Fiame Naomi Mata’afa and her FAST party take office as this week, today supporters of the opposition HRPP take to the streets to protest against the judiciary. The march has been called by the former Prime Minister Tuila’epa Sailele Malielegaoi who believes the judiciary is biased against the HRPP and the swear…
 
Three weeks ago 830 people got their first dose of the Pfizer vaccine at a Pacific Festival Vaccination Day at the Samoan Congregational Christian Churchin Waitangirua, Porirua. Tomorrow those 830 people are being asked return to the same venue at the same time for their second dose. But wait there’s more. Pacific people aged 55 and over and their …
 
According to Moshe Rabbeinu, there is only one thing that God wants from us - and then he launches into a whole list. It starts with "fear", continues with "love", and then one must do everything God asks with all your heart and soul. What is he on about? Is it one thing, or many? Rabbi Dunner shares a wonderful story from Rabbi Nachman of Breslov,…
 
Greater Sydney's lockdown has been extended until the 28th of August, with restrictions to continue in Greater Sydney, Wollongong, and the Blue Mountains. An additional three local government areas in Sydney - Campbelltown, Parramatta, and George's River* - are now under stricter movement restrictions, with only essential workers allowed to leave.…
 
We hear now a witness statement from Billy Puka Tanu, from Day Seven of the Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry ‘Tulou - Our Pacific Voices: Tatala e Pulonga’ public hearing, at the Fale o Samoa in Mangere, Auckland. Billy spoke about the key factors which led to him being placed in care, followed by his experiences of extensive abuse and dif…
 
Now for our weekly wrap up of global politics with Dr Stephen Hoadley Associate Professor of Politics and International Relations at the University of Auckland’s Faculty of Arts. Update on Afghanistan. US and China relations deteriorating. Mali. Anniversary for one of N.Z.'s top trade partners yesterday. Pasifika update - Fiji & Samoa. See omnystud…
 
The FijiVillage reported on Monday that seven politicians who were taken in for questioning by officers from the Criminal Investigations Department & subsequently all had been released. Acting Police Commissioner Rusiate Tudravu says they were taken in for questioning in relation to their statements on the Bill to amend the iTaukei Land Trust Act. …
 
Survivors of abuse from the Pacific community continue giving evidence before the Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry 'Tulou - Our Pacific Voices: Tatala e Pulonga' public hearing which runs until this Friday 30th July at the Fale o Samoa in Mangere, Auckland. We continue our coverage on Pacific Days sharing some of the evidence from Pasifika…
 
Over the weekend, Tagata Pasifika shared the story of Luka Gibb, the victim of a coward punch in April earlier this year. Luka is currently staying at a rehabilitation centre, learning to walk & talk again, having suffered a brain injury. Luka, along with his wife Gene, share their experience with Brian on Pacific Days. See omnystudio.com/listener …
 
Every Week the Mangere Rotary Cub dedicate their time and effort to keeping our Mangere Community people aware of local events , issues , educational matters , sports or even awareness around the environment. President Samuel Ames joins us on #531pi to give us the latest update on what is happening with the local club. Rotary brings together a glob…
 
Survivors of abuse from the Pacific community continue giving evidence before the Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry 'Tulou - Our Pacific Voices: Tatala e Pulonga' public hearing which runs until this Friday 30th July at the Fale o Samoa in Mangere, Auckland. We continue our coverage on Pacific Days sharing some of the evidence from Pasifika…
 
AhMoa (‘Aholelei He Mo’unga ‘O Aotearoa) is a Tongan Performing Arts School based in Auckland which focuses, as per it’s mantra on Preserving the Tongan culture through performing arts. Tala tuku fakaholo. AHMOA's Head Punake/Tutor Litea Aholelei has been in the industry since 2008. But her journey in traditional Tongan dance goes back to when she …
 
An Uber driver in Auckland ‘Mazda Knight’ (not their real name) has, over the last year been requesting passengers to sign a petition. To date, the petition has been signed by over 300 people. ‘Mazda Knight’ joins us now on #PacificDays now to talanoa on the petition & issues raised in the petition, to be urgently addressed by Auckland Transport & …
 
Survivors of abuse from the Pacific community continued giving evidence before the Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry yesterday at the public hearing, 'Tulou - Our Pacific Voices: Tatala e Pulonga' which runs until the 30th July at the Fale o Samoa in Mangere, Auckland. Everyday on Pacific Days we’re sharing some of the evidence from survivo…
 
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