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In this “unashamedly homegrown” podcast we tell the story of our islands from the time before people arrived all the way up to the year 2000. Winner of the bronze award for Best Indie Podcast in the NZ Podcast Awards 2021, Silver for Best Educational and Best Indie in 2022 and Silver for Best History in 2023. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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A deep dive into all things New Zealand Warriors chatting to players past and present - as well as characters around the game - in a weekly sit down hosted by Jackson Thomas and Ben Searley of Searley Talks Sport. The official podcast of the One New Zealand Warriors.
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True Crime New Zealand (NZ)

True Crime New Zealand

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True Crime New Zealand is a kiwi based true crime podcast. It is storytelling based with no opinion, just facts. We are trying to give the big picture of these crimes with context as well as investigating what happened subsequently and how the crime affected the wider community of NZ. www.truecrimenz.com
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Your friends might not want to talk about money, but I do! Hi, I’m Ruth and I’m a blogger on Personal Finance and in this podcast I tell the stories of Kiwis and their experiences with the money in their lives. How do they use it or how does it use them? Where do they save and invest it and does it work? What are their financial triumphs and financial train wrecks? How can you extract the most out of life and spend as little as possible while doing it? Join me as I ask the questions everyone ...
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Join Meghan Don, Award-winning author, mentor, and mystic teacher as she takes us on this podcast pilgrimage into and through the magic of her birth country of New Zealand. "Soulful Thoughts from New Zealand " will take us in and through stories retold, interviews, and evolutionary ways that are helping to birth the new Earth we are all yearning for. Visit https://MeghanDon.Life for more.
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Helping supporters enjoy sport more and giving sports a platform Get bonus content on Patreon as a Supporter of New Zealand Sport Radio Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/new-zealand-sport-radio. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Indefensible New Zealand

Simon Ewing-Jarvie

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New Zealand's national security is rarely discussed in detail outside a small group of government officials and academics. The Indefensible New Zealand podcast is designed to change that with a wide ranging and ongoing conversation that everyone can understand. Free of the constraints of word limits and sound bites, the host, Simon Ewing-Jarvie, presents a fascinating, 'whole of government' view of what needs to be done to keep Kiwis safe - now and in the future. And by future, we mean this ...
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Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga Podcast

Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga

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Whether you’re intrigued by the stories behind New Zealand’s archaeology, the wonder of our collections, or the history and culture of our places, the Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga podcast series offer you a new way to experience heritage in the digital age.
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Voice Of Zealandia

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Voice of Zealandia is an official podcast by the New Zealand youth nationalist organisation, Action Zealandia. We interview guests from all over the world, discuss current events in the New Zealand political landscape, and help to keep nationalism alive in this country.
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In seasons 1 and 2 Dr Jo Scott-Jones shares the joy of General Practice with colleagues through inspiring stories about what is special about being a GP. Season 3 is monthly updates on clinically relevant topics in conversation with Dr Dave Maplesden. This podcast aims to counter growing pressure on GPs through sharing knowledge and creating a positive culture in family medicine. . Shownotes are available at https://opotikigp.wordpress.com/ and video of the podcast by searching Clinical Snip ...
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New Zealand China Council Podcast

New Zealand China Council Podcast

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The New Zealand China Council is a NZ led and funded organisation which acts as a cross-sector, peak body for the New Zealand China relationship. The NZ China Council Podcast provides insight on the relationship, featuring perspectives from across the business, academic and political communities.
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New Zealand Today

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Premium volunteer journalist Guy Williams is joined by his director and friend, Matt Cooke, as they share amazing stories, give questionable life advice and investigate some of the biggest stories in New Zealand, and the world, today. New episodes each Wednesday (NZT)
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Housing our New Zealand

Thomas Simonson

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A podcast addressing key policy, research and technology topics that impact the supply and quality of housing in New Zealand. The central question asked is "what should every Councillor know about...."
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Looking to get a non-biased opinion about political issues in New Zealand? Steve talks to kiwis about political issues on both sides of the political aisle. We avoid the BS and focus on one issue an episode. Episodes are released monthly - we hope you enjoy it!
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Welcome to the Black Heels and Tractor Wheels Podcast where we are sharing stories from a range of women around New Zealand. Our hosts, Emma and Claire join a whole raft of incredible New Zealand women to discuss topics ranging from starting your own business, navigating career and university changes, building confidence, and getting back to work with young children. If you enjoyed this podcast, feel free to visit our Instagram, Facebook and website, or even become a member! www.ruralwomennz.nz
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Join Ayla and Andi as they explore true crime in New Zealand (NZ) (the sinister side of New Zealand). We do this in a light hearted, completely oblivious, un-filtered kind of way. Expect to hear insensitive comments, bad jokes, and to be honest sometimes really offensive obscenities'. We explore NZ true crimes, unexplained phenomenon, and other mind blowing mysteries. Some episodes may be explicit and we recommend listener discretion. | Hosts: Ayla and Andi | Follow us on all the usual Socia ...
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Join hosts Max Bell and Stephen Steddy as they explore the realms of obstacle sports - including OCR, mud running, adventure racing, hybrid racing, ninja, and more - in New Zealand and abroad. Disclaimer: The hosts are members of the New Zealand Obstacle Sports Association (NZOSA). However the views expressed by the hosts are their own and do not necessarily represent the views of the NZOSA.
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Deloitte New Zealand’s State of the State series explore issues which we believe to be of importance to the future of New Zealand. This podcast series follows our recent article series. The Deloitte team and expert guests delve deeper into the topics of delivering wellbeing in abundance (2018), and building a fair future for all (2019), which looks at reducing inequities across New Zealand.574638
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New Zealand Pubcast

NZ Pubcast

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The difinitive guide to New Zealand Culture - seen through the eyes of a couple of blow in's. An Irish guy and a Canadian sit in a pub in Christchurch, New Zealand, talking about current affairs, culture and politics. Email: nzpubcast@gmail.com
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In Mooring the Global Archive: A Japanese Ship and Its Migrant Histories (Cambridge UP, 2023), Martin Dusinberre follows the Yamashiro-maru steamship across Asian and Pacific waters in an innovative history of Japan's engagement with the outside world in the late-nineteenth century. His compelling in-depth analysis reconstructs the lives of some of…
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For the last few episodes you would be forgiven for thinking this was the VOC Podcast. It's taken us a bit of time but we finally make it back to the part of the world that we are interested as we continue to follow Abel Tasman's 1642 expedition. Check out the website and shownotes! Become a Patron! Buy some merch! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/pr…
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A differential to consider when examining a dorsal wrist swelling. Check out the Radiopaedia pages On Ganglion cysts On Carpal Boss www.rnzcuc.org.nz podcast@rnzcuc.org.nz https://www.facebook.com/rnzcuc https://twitter.com/rnzcuc Music licensed from www.premiumbeat.com Full Grip by Score Squad This podcast is intended to assist in ongoing medical …
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In this episode, Oliver talks to Dr Murray Horn, former Secretary of the New Zealand Treasury and former CEO of ANZ.They talk about the fiscal challenges facing the new government as it prepares its first budget amidst high inflation, recession, and mounting debt. Murray provides his expert perspective on what reforms are needed to control spending…
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Agribusiness in Schools in conjunction with the Ministry of Education, NZQA and the primary industries have collaborated to design an agribusiness programme that will prepare the best and brightest students for careers in the primary sector. Beef + Lamb New Zealand have been a proud partner of the programme since its conception in 2014. Hear from f…
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The Stand-Off S5 E11: Finally A Multi Comes In!!! with Brad and Richie This week, Brad and Richie round up all the League new, review Round 10 and Preview Round 11 of NRL 2024. Become a Supporter of New Zealand Sport Radio via Patreon https://www.patreon.com/NZSportRadio Get bonus content on Patreon as a Supporter of New Zealand Sport Radio Support…
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FI Series - Part 1: NET WORTH What's In This Episode? Welcome to the first episode in a short six-part series. On my blog, thehappysaver.com, I created a comprehensive Financial Independence Series of six blog posts where I mapped out a plan to help you on your way to becoming financially independent. Because I know that there are some in my audien…
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This episode was produced in the run-up to the new government’s first budget later in May. There is an expectation of increased spending on Defence. That remains to be seen but if there is, what should it be on? A lot of discussion takes place around what sort of hardware and how many people the New Zealand Defence Force needs to have in order to a…
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How well do you remember those early days of the COVID-19 pandemic when New Zealand watched in apprehension as overseas the virus spread uncontrolled in Italy, health workers died on the job, and morgues ran out of room for the bodies of the dead. Specialist GP and writer Lucy O’Hagan remembers. In Waiting for COVID, Dr O’Hagan takes a personal jou…
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Guest: Roy Boston – de Havilland Apprentice and Engineer, and RNZAF Instructor Host: Dave Homewood Recorded: 26th of April 2024 Released: 30th of April 2024 Duration: 1 hour 34 minutes 45 seconds In this episode Dave Homewood talks with 96-year-old Roy Boston, who was born and grew up in London, and became an apprentice at the de Havilland Aircraft…
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CALIFORNIA. USA. The drug that goes by many names, coke, blow, snow, has addictive properties. Use of cocaine induces tolerance to the effects and addicts that withdraw from the drug experience fatigue, depression, decreased libido and a decreased ability to feel pleasure. The drug also causes around 7,300 deaths annually. With that, the stage is s…
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The DrivingMaul Show E177 Canes Stumbling At The Last? with Paul and Steve We chat about Super Rugby and so much more Become a Supporter of New Zealand Sport Radio via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/NZSportRadio Get bonus content on Patreon as a Supporter of New Zealand Sport Radio Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/new-zealand-sport-ra…
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Much like going to the gym, CPD can be a hassle or an imposition, but it can also be fun and hugely rewarding. Check out the paper mentioned Jeong D, Presseau J, ElChamaa R, Naumann DN, Mascaro C, Luconi F, Smith KM, Kitto S. Barriers and Facilitators to Self-Directed Learning in Continuing Professional Development for Physicians in Canada: A Scopi…
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In this episode, Oliver talks to John Morris, ONZM, an educator and a former footballer who represented NZ on an international level. They discuss the decline of New Zealand's school system in recent decades and the difficulties in reforming it. With the right changes, New Zealand's education could be turned around in the coming years.…
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In this podcast episode, James talks Professor Abhishek Saha about the state of academic freedom and free speech in UK universities.They discuss the newly passed Higher Education Freedom of Speech Act, its key provisions, and its potential impact on protecting the right of academics and students to express diverse viewpoints without fear of censors…
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The Stand-Off S5 E10: Warriors Decline Continues with Brad and Richie This week, Brad and Richie round up all the League new, review Round 9 and Preview Round 10 of NRL 2024. Become a Supporter of New Zealand Sport Radio via Patreon https://www.patreon.com/NZSportRadio Get bonus content on Patreon as a Supporter of New Zealand Sport Radio Support t…
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The DrivingMaul Show E176 Saders Can't Back Up with Paul and Steve We chat about Super Rugby and so much more Become a Supporter of New Zealand Sport Radio via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/NZSportRadio Get bonus content on Patreon as a Supporter of New Zealand Sport Radio Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/new-zealand-sport-radio. Hos…
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Should we be listening for bowel sounds? Despite evidence suggesting they are not useful, I still think it is an important part of an urgent care assessment. Check out the papers mentioned. Elhardello O, Macfie J. Bowel Sounds: Is it Time for Surgeons to Hang-up their Stethoscopes?. World J Surg Surgical Res. 2018; 1: 1066. Link to paper. Breum BM,…
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In this podcast episode, Oliver and Nick discuss their recent report on China's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and its implications for New Zealand.They caution that while BRI investments could potentially help fund New Zealand's large infrastructure deficit, the country needs to be very careful about engagement to avoid becoming locked into China'…
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In this special episode of OneTake, Pathways & Development Coach Tony Iro sits down to talk through the epic Harold Matthews Cup grand final win. He dives deep into the Warriors pathways and development systems, what he looks for in young players + the overall direction of the club. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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The Stand-Off S5 E9: Warriors Anzac Drought Continues with Brad and Richie This week, Brad and Richie round up all the League new, review Round 8 and Preview Round 9 of NRL 2024. Become a Supporter of New Zealand Sport Radio via Patreon https://www.patreon.com/NZSportRadio Get bonus content on Patreon as a Supporter of New Zealand Sport Radio Suppo…
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Antarctica is, and has always been, very much “for sale.” Whales, seals, and ice have all been marketed as valuable commodities, but so have the stories of explorers. The modern media industry developed in parallel with land-based Antarctic exploration, and early expedition leaders needed publicity to generate support for their endeavours. Their le…
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In this episode, Oliver Hartwich interviews Dr Michael Johnston about the free speech event at Victoria University that was postponed due to backlash within the university. They discuss the importance of free speech in liberal democracies, the changing perception of free speech as a partisan issue, and the concerning trend of young people trying to…
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The DrivingMaul Show E175 The Perfect Round with Paul and Steve We chat about Super Rugby and so much more Become a Supporter of New Zealand Sport Radio via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/NZSportRadio Get bonus content on Patreon as a Supporter of New Zealand Sport Radio Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/new-zealand-sport-radio. Hosted…
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What impact do your acute referral letters have on the admitting team? You may have noticed the initial upload contained the wrong audio file of an old podcast. Sorry, this has been corrected. Check out the papers mentioned Chauveau P, Mazet-Guillaume B, Baron C, Roy PM, Tanguy M, Fanello S. Impact du contenu du courrier médical sur la qualité du t…
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In this episode, Eric Crampton talks to Frederico Fernández, Founder and CEO of We Are Innovation, about their recent global index ranking countries' policies on safer nicotine alternatives. They explore how allowing access to options like vaping, snus and heated tobacco can drive down smoking rates more effectively than traditional tobacco control…
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The Stand-Off S5 E8: How The Mighty Dragons Roar with Brad and Richie This week, Brad and Richie round up all the League new, review Round 7 and Preview Round 8 of NRL 2024. Become a Supporter of New Zealand Sport Radio via Patreon https://www.patreon.com/NZSportRadio Get bonus content on Patreon as a Supporter of New Zealand Sport Radio Support th…
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Hand–arm vibration syndrome develops in stages and prevention is critical; when function deteriorates, it is necessary to consider it lost, unless a lot of hard work is put into rehabilitation, professor in occupational and environmental medicine David McBride explains. He reminds listeners of the usual occupational health algorithm: identify the h…
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Warrior number #279 Taine Tuaupiki sits down for the first time on the OneTake Podcast, in what is an especially significant week for him - The Zae Wallace Shield. Named in honour of his friend who passed away, and whom touched both clubs; Zae Wallace. Taine talks his rugby league journey, the vibe in the NSW Cup side at the moment, the 'Webby effe…
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The DrivingMaul Show E174 All Blacks Squad Prediction with Paul and Steve We chat about Super Rugby, All Blacks and so much more Become a Supporter of New Zealand Sport Radio via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/NZSportRadio Get bonus content on Patreon as a Supporter of New Zealand Sport Radio Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/new-zeala…
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