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A once a week podcast that addresses issues within our world today, from a biblical and a personal perspective. We will chat about everything from movies and music; to people, places, and events. Discussions, interviews, and music will be a part of how we talk about Christ in culture today. Listening to our podcast: “Fluid Faith” might give you something to think about!
 
Rock ‘n’roll and the occult have gone hand-in-hand ever since it was rumored that Robert Johnson sold his soul to The Devil. Hollywood iconand rock’n’roll witch Pleasant Gehman takes you to the dark depths where music and heathen hedonism meet the occult. No-hold-barred conversations with famous (and infamous) guests include stories that seem too wild to be true...until you realize there’s no way they could be made up. From backstage and touring debauchery to tarot, synchronicityand sex magi ...
 
A podcast for and about inclusive Germanic Paganism, Germanic Witchcraft, and Heathen topics. Exploring magick, runes, animism, and practices for today. GOTW stands against racist and bigoted ideals & practices. Follow https://giftsofthewyrd.podbean.com. Also available via Apple Podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcast, and other podcast catchers.
 
How I Did It is a podcast produced by Koda Capital’s Philanthropy & Social Capital team. Each episode features a proven leader from the philanthropic or non-profit community talking about how they achieved what they achieved. The emphasis is on the individual and how they did what they did, rather than retelling the story of what was achieved. By focusing on what it takes to get the job done, listeners get to hear the kind of insight you can only get from listening to real leaders talking ab ...
 
The Endow Podcast is a forum for women to foster conversations about the intellectual life and intentional community for the cultivation of the feminine genius. What’s on your mind and heart? Let our host Simone Rizkallah know by emailing her at simone.rizkallah@endowgroups.org. Want to start your own Endow Group? Learn more by emailing info@endowgroups.org or check out the website at www.endowgroups.org.
 
"More Than The Music" is hosted by WAY-FM Evening On-Air Personality, Justin Paul. He's a touring musician turned national radio personality who loves the dramatic, hilarious, sometimes tragic, and often inspiring stories behind the songs from Christian music's most recognized artists. Connect with the show at wayfm.com/justin
 
The Ghost Breaker is a drama and haunted house horror complete with heroes, villains, and a Princess. The Ghost Breaker was originally a screenplay and would later be made a drama film directed by Cecil B. DeMille. (Summary by Linette Geisel) Cast:Narrator: Linette Geisel Warren; Ghost Breaker and Kentuckian hero: Bill Mosley Maria Theresa, Princess of Aragon: Amanda Friday Rusty Snow; Warren's servant man: Phil Chenevert Carlos, Duke of Alva, cousin of Maria Theresa: Marty Kris Colonel Jarv ...
 
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A mysterious new player may have emerged to challenge our supermarket duopoly. An organisation called "Northelia Version 1.4" has submitted a proposal to the commerce commission to set up a new, third supermarket chain - but only if the commerce commission passes certain reforms as part of its current study of the sector. The people behind Northeli…
 
The Deputy Prime Minister says Labour wasn't expecting to see a "Covid bump" in the polls. The latest One News Colmar Brunton poll has the party sitting on 43% down 3% since May. National's also fallen 3% to put it on 26%. Grant Robertson says that's a reflection of the challenging times. He says no one wants to be in a lockdown but they're overall…
 
It's a no from Christchurch City Council on the planned Three Waters reform. It unanimously rejected the Government’s delivery model at a special meeting this morning. Council is unable to opt out - but it's still recommending doing so. Councillor Pauline Cotter says the Government needs to look hard at their feedback. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
It’s been fascinating to watch the reaction to Sir John Key involving himself in the political debate around our Covid response. One of the more interesting hot takes was that John Key isn’t reading the room right, which is to say he’s not in step with public opinion. Isn’t he? Feels to me like he’s absolutely reading the room right when it comes t…
 
Senior Royals have splashed cash on the South Island's West coast after severe flooding. Prince Charles and Camilla secretly donated to the Buller District’s Mayoral Relief Fund after the floods that slammed Westport in July. The money will directly help flood affected residents. Buller District Mayor Jamie Cleine says they couldn't believe it at f…
 
Concern about short-notice on a home quarantine pilot. The self-isolation trial will be capped at 150 business travellers, on short overseas work trips. They must return to New Zealand between October 30 and December 8. Expressions of interest open on Thursday, with successful applicants told on October 15. Orion Health CEO Ian McCrae has at least …
 
The country and soldier at the centre of a New Zealand espionage trial is to remain a secret. The soldier facing 17 charges was arrested in December 2019. They appeared via audio-visual link at the Linton Military Camp today. The names of several Crown witnesses and the nature of their work have also been suppressed. Waikato University law professo…
 
Happy Feast of Pope St. Paul VI! Welcome to The Endow Podcast! This podcast is a forum for women to foster conversations about the intellectual life and intentional community for the cultivation of the feminine genius. On this episode, Simone Rizkallah, Director of Program Growth, reads aloud Pope Paul VI’s address to women at the closing of the Se…
 
The European Union announced plans Thursday to require the smartphone industry to adopt a uniform charging cord for mobile devices, a push that could eliminate the all-too-familiar experience of rummaging through a drawer full of tangled cables to find the right one. The European Commission, the bloc’s executive arm, proposed legislation that would…
 
Waka Nathan has passed away at aged 81. The former All Black was credited with saving Maori rugby when he coached them after his playing career ended. He suffered with dementia in his later life. The America's Cup drama continues. Mark Dunphy wants to provide money for Auckland to host again, but Grant Dalton and Team New Zealand have ceased all co…
 
The tourism and hospitality industries are facing a major work shortage. But they will not let that bring them down. The Government has made it clear to them they won't be able to rely on immigration to solve their problems. Industry leaders are getting together in November to carve out a plan forward. Go with Tourism programme director Matt Stento…
 
Former All Black Waka Nathan has passed away aged 81. He was a crucial part of Auckland's Ranfurly Shield success up to 1963 and went on to play 37 tests for the All Blacks. After his playing days had ended, he coached the New Zealand Maori side and is credited with saving Maori rugby in New Zealand. Former All Black and teammate Chris Laidlaw join…
 
Employers are being put in a difficult situation over Covid-19 vaccinations. An employment lawyer says that workers may be able to sue if the jab is made mandatory. He's calling for the government to lay out a clear policy on this so employers can be sure the law is on their side. Edwin Morrison told Heather du Plessis Allan employers could also be…
 
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Wednesday announced that the state has put out a revised rule which follows a "symptom-based approach" to quarantining students, meaning asymptomatic children exposed to Covid-19 in classrooms could be sent back to school by parents. "If somebody is symptomatic, of course they stay home. If there's a close contact, but …
 
Trying to get across the ditch has pushed some to extreme measures. Some people are spending huge amounts of money to get back to Australia with reports a family of three booked a private charter plane to Brisbane. Inflight Charters says the news has generated about 20 calls and 15 emails from people wanting to do the same. Charter Manager Paul Ast…
 
ExportNZ says Zespri kiwifruit that tested positive for Covid-19 was likely infected in China. The positive result came during routine sample testing by Chinese officials, but all further tests have since come back negative. The fruit was packed in the Bay of Plenty in May and shipped from Tauranga in August, where there was no Covid-19 community t…
 
The Government's being accused of putting a positive gloss on mental health progress. A review into the implementation of the 2019 Budget $1.9 billion mental health and addiction package says funded initiatives are on track for completion. But it also signalled room for improvement including around mental health infrastructure and retaining a quali…
 
It's like a fleet of helicopters flying overhead. That's how people have described the sound of new vineyard frost fans in Masterton. Matahiwi Estate has installed nine new duel blade frost fans, sparking the creation of the Matahiwi Frost Fan Action Group. Member Erica Kinder told Heather Du Plessis-Allan the fans are unbearable. “So there’s a big…
 
There’s been a lot of coverage today about the poor state of our health system. And the fact that we simply don’t have enough ICU capacity to cope with the kinds of Covid outbreaks we will eventually have to deal with once it properly takes hold in the community. If you’re worried about the health system, and I am, then get a jab. This is the singl…
 
In our biggest show yet, two-time Super Bowl champion Eli Manning joins Giants beat writer Art Stapleton as he prepares for Sunday's induction into the Giants' Ring of Honor, in addition to having his No. 10 jersey retired. Eli shares his thoughts on Sunday's ceremony, life after football, and which team he loved beating the most. Plus the Giants-F…
 
A coroner wants a harder line from the Ministry of Transport on the issue of drunk boating. Sue Johnson has released her findings on the death of a Southland man who died in a jet boat accident in 2019. The Jet boat driver would have been well over the legal blood alcohol limit if he was behind the wheel of a car, but there is no equivalent legal r…
 
We might need to brace ourselves for a few problems with supermarket bread supply. With workers striking at one of our biggest bread suppliers, George Western. Mark Bosomworth general manager of the banking division at George Western Foods says it will only affect north of Taupo. He also said they’re disappointed the union has taken this approach. …
 
New Zealand could see less cows and milk in the next decade. Fonterra is predicting the total amount of milk supply in New Zealand is likely to decline. And, the climate change commission report says dairy cattle numbers could also fall by 13 per cent by 2030. Fonterra Boss Miles Hurrell says forcing farmers to decrease herds would be outrageous ..…
 
Three Waters protesters made their voices heard today in Nelson as the council gave feedback on the proposed reforms. But the protest quickly went awry with grey haired citizens being escorted out of the council building by police. A response, Neville Male, who was behind the protest described as a complete overreaction. The three waters reform ref…
 
A former Government virus modeller claims the latest official forecast of possible Covid deaths is overcooked. Te Punaha Matatini research suggests 7000 people would die of Covid in a year, with an 80% vaccination rate. Its modelling suggests having 90% vaccine coverage of everyone five and older would see about 500 hospitalisations, and 50 deaths …
 
I don’t even want to start guessing why the PM released that doomsday model this afternoon. But whatever her motivations, I am not in the slightest convinced by the numbers. According to the model – designed by Shaun Hendy – even if we get 80% of us vaccinated, we will still see 7000 deaths a year from covid. That’s 135 a week. That will scare the …
 
Force of nature Arrow De Wilde is the singer of Starcrawler, who’ve caused a sensation practically from the moment they burst onto the scene. Her fierce stage presence and a smoky voice that somehow yearns and growls at the same time could fit into almost any genre from 70’s glam to classic rock and jaded , artsy post-punk. An LA native, Arrow is a…
 
Nine MIQ spots have been set aside specifically for the Climate Change Minister James Shaw's trip to Glasgow. The Prime Minister confirmed yesterday that the slots had to be specially arranged, after they failed to secure them in Monday's room release. The National Party have questioned whether Shaw needs to take such a large entourage, considering…
 
Did the government ask Pfizer to delay its vaccine shipments while a leaked document from the Ministry of Health shows that the ministry was expecting all Pfizer vaccines to be delivered by September? Chris Bishop thinks so, revealing a plan leaked to National that showed all doses would arrive by the end of September. But Chris Hipkins says that t…
 
The Government's new tactical response model is being seen as a compromise. More than $15 million is being put towards the revamp, in which officers will be supported by AOS-level training and intelligence analysts. But, Police Minister Poto Williams says, they won't be armed. LISTEN ABOVENewstalk ZB
 
The Department of Conservation spent $130,000 trying to keep Toa the Orca alive despite advice that the whale needed to be put down. Jack Mace, the DOC operations director of the Lower North Island says there are only 200 Orca left in New Zealand and if they had been able to reunite Toa with his family it would be money very well spent. LISTEN ABOV…
 
Protests continue in Melbourne for a third day ... even during an earthquake. The 5.9 magnitude quake damaged some storefronts..but no injuries have been reported. Protesters objecting to mandatory Covid vaccination and restrictions at work, are in a standoff with police. Melbourne correspondent Lesley Yeoman says some are at the Shrine of Remembra…
 
Claims the Government consciously slowed Covid-19 vaccine deliveries. National's been leaked an internal Ministry of Health document from May, showing all Pfizer doses were due to arrive by the end of September. They're now arriving in October. Party Covid Response spokesman, Chris Bishop, says it's incompetence. He says if they had been here by th…
 
A South Auckland Councillor is raising the alarm about Covid-19 in gangs. It's reportedly snuck its way into infecting members of the Mongrel Mob, Black Power and now Hell's Angels. Councillor Alf Filipaina says authorities may have problems reaching out to gangs. He says it's important to reach out to help members and their family. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
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