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Keep It Running Podcast

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Keep It Running Podcast

Laura Dickinson and Courtney Hufsmith

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🇨🇦 Stories from some of the best Canadian athletes competing in university sport 👟 Keep It Running is a weekly podcast hosted by university athletes, for university athletes and alumni. Each Friday, hosts Courtney Hufsmith (University of Saskatchewan) and Laura Dickinson (Syracuse University) have a conversation with a fellow varsity athlete. They talk training, balancing school and sports, and how they are staying connected to the track through the Pandemic. Hufsmith and Dickinson met at th ...
 
The now world famous Wheelbarrow Full of Dicks Internet Radio Program constantly evolves with a wide range of topics and moods. You're never sure what you'll hear next. A cavalcade of talk radio excellence for over a decade with quality celebrity interviews and social commentary. Known for taking listeners along for a ride with interactive segments and games. WFOD is a podcast unicorn.
 
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Eternal Leadership

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Eternal Leadership

John Ramstead

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There comes a point in life where one desires to live a life of significance. The Eternal Leadership podcast brings you expert thought leaders on life, business, relationships and faith to provide clarity and solutions to the complex issues leaders face every day!
 
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The Non-Prophets

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The Non-Prophets

Atheist Community of Austin

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And we are The Non-Prophets!... airing on the first and third Sunday of every month, starting at 3:00 PM Central (01:30-03:00 UTC) on our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/thenonprophetsaca. The Non-Prophets focuses on atheism and the separation of church and state.
 
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The Rig Biz Podcast

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The Rig Biz Podcast

Blind Dog Productions

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Relax, tune-in and enjoy the only podcast in the world where celebrities properly unwind and cut loose. Come listen to some of the biggest names in sport, media & film discuss their lives with; The CEO of Clapham aka Mr Archie Curzon and Host Freddy Clode. Be prepared for a tornado of laughs and the great unexpected as Archie dishes out life advice to all those looking for supposed; success in the city, in the gym and in the sheets. Number 1; Lifestyle, Rugby & Business Podcast Globally. Ove ...
 
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Dave Rabbit

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The World Is Listening To DAVE RABBIT Are You? ”Dave Rabbit”, the “Godfather Of Pirate Radio”, welcomes you to "The Rabbit Zone". So Fasten Your Seat Belts, bring your seats and tray tables to their Fully Upright Position, then bend over and Kiss Your Ass Goodbye, because the “Dave Rabbit” & “Radio First Termer” Pirate Radio Experience is an Extremely Dangerous & Bumpy Ride! Everything Here Is FREE To Enjoy & Share! DAVE RABBIT LOVES JESSICA RABBIT Military EntertainmentNetwork In 2006, Dave ...
 
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National and Labour have teamed up on a bipartisan deal on housing density. As many as 105,500 new homes are to be built in less than a decade under the new Housing Supply Bill, which is done by allowing up to three homes of up to three storeys to be built on most sites without the need for resource consent. Frustration is seeping in towards the Go…
 
A quarter of the Google reviews for a property development company appear to be written by its staff. The staff didn’t change their names when publishing their review. A competition lawyer says they’re in breach of the Fair Trading Act by doing this. Consumer NZ's Gemma Rasmussen told Andrew Dickens it's reasonable to assume that reviews are coming…
 
For the first time in its 117 year history, Addington Cup Week won't be open to the public. Addington Raceway announced that since the South Island is still at Level 2 for the foreseeable future, there's no longer time to make all the arrangements required for a full crowd. The races are going ahead as scheduled in November, but only racing industr…
 
A promise of no more red tape, more housing development and up 105,000 new houses in more than eight years. It sounds like a new KiwiBuild headline, but it's actually the Government's bipartisan plan to boost housing supply. Under the new rules, three homes of up to three storeys can be built without the need for resource consent. Property develope…
 
There were 94 new community cases of Covid-19 today. Seven cases were in Waikato and the remaining 87 were in Auckland, and Waiheke Island has got one of those new cases. Local board chair Cath Handley told Andrew Dickens it's the first locally transmitted case on the island since Covid began. "Last year, we might've got a couple of people over vis…
 
An immigration lawyer is offering up ways to boost vaccination among migrants. Pacific Legal's Richard Small told Andrew Dickens we should only give visas to double-vaxxed people and offer an amnesty to any fully vaccinated overstayers. He says it would boost immunity in hard to reach communities, particularly with 165,000 new residents expected ne…
 
The Housing Minister says there'll still be protections for heritage under new density laws. National and the Government have joined forces to design a new Bill to cut red tape that blocks development and enable more intensification. It'll allow three homes three storeys tall on most sites without resource consent. Megan Woods told Andrew Dickens i…
 
For a government that prides itself in its communication skills and saying the right things at the right time the wheels really have come off. Yesterday’s announcements about lockdown levels was largely predictable. What the electorate really needed was some more complicated detail. Monday was supposed to be the first week of term. Students were ex…
 
The Government has announced that Auckland will stay at Alert Level 3 for a further two weeks. This move quashes the experts' opinion to move Auckland back into a "circuit-breaker" Level 4 lockdown. Meanwhile, Northland will move to Level 2 on Tuesday night and Waikato will stay in Level 3 for now. David Seymour has proposed a new incentive for Cov…
 
The construction industry is urging the Government to mandate vaccinations for worksites. Health and education workers already have mandates and now Master Builders wants to follow suit for construction workers. Their members want mandates for security and to clear up confusion. Master Builders Chief Executive David Kelly told Andrew Dickens the co…
 
Super Saturday, we’re full of hope. Sunday, bit of a hangover. Monday, it’s back to what it’s been. You know what I loved about Super Saturday? It’s because ordinary New Zealanders got to sell the message of vaccinations. It wasn’t “please” from politicians in the basement of the Beehive. Because they're falling on deaf ears. We have been cajoled a…
 
The inflation figures from today freaked a lot of people out. Inflation is up 2.2 per cent of the September 2021 quarter, the highest individual increase since 1987. Predictions were more around the 1.8 per cent mark. Founder and director of enable.me Hannah McQueen told Andrew Dickens she wasn't surprised it was this high, even with the economists…
 
Reassurances inflation in New Zealand is a short-term issue. The Consumer Price Index rose 2.2 per cent in the September quarter - up 4.9 per cent annually - compared to September 2020. Excluding quarters affected by GST rate increases, it's the biggest jump since the June 1987 quarter, when it rose 3.3 per cent. But Finance Minister says Grant Rob…
 
The ACT Party has launched an idea called “Vax Bucks”. This is to reward those who have got double-vaccinated. It is a $250 tax credit that can be paid on your vaccination day or in your next tax return. ACT leader David Seymour told Andrew Dickens one of the issues to deal with is how we use taxes that saves the public money, similar to smoking an…
 
The rugby community is mourning the death of Sean Wainui. Wainui was a supremely young talented player for the Chiefs, Taranaki, Bay of Plenty, Maori All Blacks and captain of the Takapuna 1st XV. He died in a single-car crash near McLaren Falls in Tauranga aged 25. He wrote himself into the record books in June when he became the first player to s…
 
Predictable but disappointing. That's how one expert is describing the decision to keep Auckland under current Level Three restrictions for another two weeks. Emeritus Professor Des Gorman told Andrew Dickens the Government had to balance the chorus of experts wanting Level Four with the reality compliance is slipping. He says he's disappointed bec…
 
Oh my not-a-god, people! I am so fired up for this week’s show! Did you know that we are a Christian nation?? Yeah, I didn’t either, but according to NC Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson, we are. So...there you are. If you are as shocked as the rest of us Non’s were, join us on Sunday at 3pm Central as we discuss Mark Robinson’s revelations. We also get into …
 
Some good news for nurses as they will each get a pay rise of $5800. 83 per cent of union members voted to accept the latest offer from the DHBs. It ends 15 months of negotiations on pay and safer staffing conditions. Nurses Organisation's David Wait joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVEโดย Newstalk ZB
 
World Rugby has allowed for men to wear tights and leggings while playing. The move is in response to rugby players' grazes on artificial turfs in Europe, but Dane Coles is not keen on the idea. New Zealand is hoping to get a second rugby league team in the NRL alongside the Warriors. The Wellington Orcas are hoping to join the competition to stop …
 
Everybody is gearing up for Super Saturday tomorrow. Jacinda Ardern is hoping we’ll get more than 100,000 jabs in arms. Auckland needs several tens of thousands of jabs to reach that 90 per cent threshold. There are prizes to be won, food to be had, and former All Blacks to cheer people on. One of those former All Blacks is Ben Smith. He told Heath…
 
Fears Auckland's outbreak is spiralling out of control like it has in Victoria and New South Wales. New Zealand has 65 new community cases today - all in Auckland. The Ministry of Health has moved away from trying to figure out where unlinked cases have come from. It's also stopped tracking sub-clusters. Australian Infectious Diseases Expert Peter …
 
There's still optimism New Zealand's largest music festival will still run. Uncertainty is rife over whether the country will get to celebrate summer as it knows it. Already one of the country's most iconic music festivals - Bay Dreams - has fallen victim to the Delta outbreak due to MIQ uncertainty. But there's confidence major festivals such as R…
 
NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet's unilateral decision to scrap hotel and home quarantine for vaccinated international travellers has blindsided Australia's Prime Minister and sparked fears it could lead to longer state border closures. While November 1 was the date both the PM and NSW Premier were working towards to open international borders, the de…
 
Former President Bill Clinton was admitted to the University of California Irvine Medical Center's intensive care unit for a urinary tract infection that spread to his bloodstream, his doctors told CNN on Thursday. "He was admitted to the ICU for close monitoring and administered IV antibiotics and fluids. He remains at the hospital for continuous …
 
Barbed fish hooks hanging from trees, thumbtacks and spiked boards dug into the ground. They're among the traps removed from cycle paths in a park in Hawke's Bay over the past fortnight. The discoveries have prompted the region's Cyclocross group, a hybrid of mountain and road biking, to cancel all of their upcoming events until police can find out…
 
Mike and Drunk are joined this week by Dan from the Firnecast. They discuss the following topics…. Smash mouth news…. dollar tree hauls on YouTube…. After the break, we talk to standup comedian Laura High about sperm donors, musical theater and puppet sex. Check out Laura’s website here and follow her tik tok channel here. Laugh saver…. Potw: Starc…
 
How is this for some fantastic news: New South Wales has just announced it’s opening its borders to the world from November 1. And it is opening to everyone: returning Aussies, business people, tourists from anywhere in the world. The whole blinking lot of them. MIQ is over. Home isolation is over. Arrivals just need to be double-jabbed with a nega…
 
There were 71 new community cases today, and all were in Auckland. Despite the news, Grant Robertson still insists we have the strictest lockdown in the world and blamed people gathering in people's homes as he urged everyone to follow Alert Level 3 rules. Thames-Coromandel District mayor Sandra Goudie made the news for all the wrong reasons. She d…
 
Transport Minister Michael Wood is tooting his own horn at a 15 per cent improvement in fuel efficiency for newly-imported cars over the past three months. He states it’s proof the new Clean Car Discount is alive and well and doing its job. He told Heather du Plessis-Allan the figures are clear and are seeing record numbers since the scheme began o…
 
How long do you stick with a book you’re not enjoying. UK author Mark Billingham came out and said that if a book hasn't gripped you by 20 pages, you should through it across the room and you should be reasonably angry. He reckons he gives up on half the books he starts because life is just too short and there are too many great books out there. Je…
 
Sky-high hopes for the vaccination drive taking place at Auckland's SkyCity this weekend. Free Sky Tower tickets are on offer for those getting jabbed there this Super Saturday. The free event will take place in the carpark from 10am, and is part of many initiatives getting underway that day. Chief Executive Michael Ahearne told Heather du Plessis-…
 
Sandra Goudie is making news today. The Thames-Coromandel District mayor defended her anti-vax stance on Newstalk ZB this morning, saying she'd be taking the Novavax vaccine over the Pfizer vaccine. Thames-Coromandel councillor for the South East Ward Gary Gotlieb told Heather du Plessis-Allan her views aren't reflective of what the council views. …
 
Vaccination is the only way out of the Delta outbreak. That's the message from a medical expert after the Government reported 71 new Covid community cases in Auckland today. Officials are warning daily infections will double in the next fortnight. Auckland University Emeritus Professor Des Gorman told Heather du Plessis-Allan short sharp lockdowns …
 
I can’t make out what it is that people want from Sandra Goudie today. I totally understand if you’re angry at Sandra Goudie. I’ve said before, it feels to me like a very selfish act to not get the jab. Because if you’re unjabbed you might end up clogging up the ICU beds other more responsible people need. And you could be the reason your town or c…
 
Our hospital system is gearing up to handle Auckland’s developing Covid outbreak. The Ministry of Health is expecting a worst-case scenario of 5300 cases a week in Auckland and Northland alone with a 90 per cent vaccination rate. Chief Medical Officer Andrew Connolly told Heather du Plessis-Allan although the numbers change all the time, we need to…
 
To start the new season we’re joined by the loosest guest we’ve ever had on the show in Ollie Phillips (England 7s, Stade Francais/Newcastle/Gloucester & multiple Guinness world record holder). He takes us through his incredible career and the loosest moments in them including; nights out with Jonny Wilkinson, Living with Haskell in Paris, Haskell’…
 
Concerns sex workers are travelling around to keep working despite lockdown. Two Auckland sex workers were arrested in Blenheim today after travelling without an exemption. They appeared in Blenheim District Court this afternoon and were bailed with no plea back to Auckland. Dame Catherine Healy of the Prostitutes Collective told Heather du Plessis…
 
The Government has released its Emission Reduction Plan. The plan has been criticised for being unclear and the plan is expected to increase emissions between now and 2025. Northland and Waikato's Level 3 has been extended an extra five days, with two border breaches in Northland. The Government is also refusing to comment on whether the breaches a…
 
A lot of frustration in Northland tonight, as it's staying in Level 3 until at least midnight on Monday with officials struggling to get exposure data from two Covid-infected women who travelled up there. Whangarei mayor Sheryl Mai says the entire region is bearing the brunt of the two women's behaviour. Chris Hipkins also couldn’t say whether one …
 
Employers in Tauranga are feeling the Covid pinch. Job listings are up 43 per cent across the board as businesses battle to attract and retain workers. Ryan + Alexander recruitment director Kiri Burney told Heather du Plessis-Allan the surge is Covid related. "Shut down of borders, we have no skilled candidates coming into the market or from offsho…
 
It was late last Christmas Eve when the European Union and Britain finally clinched a Brexit trade deal after years of wrangling, threats and missed deadlines to seal their divorce. There was hope that now-separated Britain and the 27-nation bloc would sail their relationship toward calmer waters. With Christmas closing in again one thing is clear …
 
If you were worried that Jacinda et al. were going to force radical, expensive changes on us to save the climate, it doesn’t look like you need to worry too much. The Government’s just released its long-awaited draft plan for how to cut climate emissions so we get down to net-zero by 2050 and on first blush, it looks like the government is very muc…
 
We should now expect that Kiwis stuck overseas — especially those in low-risk Covid countries — to be allowed to come home for Christmas. This shouldn’t even be a debate anymore. It just needs to happen. Now that Covid is in Auckland — and spreading through Auckland — there is no reason these kids and loved ones can’t fly into Auckland and self-iso…
 
2Degrees’s attempt to keep things light-hearted in an Internet outage may have backfired. The broadband was down for some parts of Auckland last night so some customers asked for compensation. The company replied saying customers can have 8 cents back for their lost time. 2Degrees customer Krittibas Dasgupta told Heather du Plessis-Allan he thought…
 
Complaints the Government's emission reduction plan is all talk and no substance. It includes ideas such as paying people to scrap dirty cars, banning new gas connections and cutting car use by a fifth. People can submit on the plans until November 24. Motor Trade Association Chief Executive Craig Pomare told Heather du Plessis-Allan the release do…
 
Our petrol's costing us the most ever at the pump as economies rebound globally from Covid-19. 91 octane petrol is sitting at a national average of $2.39, just topping the previous high seen in 2018. AA Motoring Affairs General Manager Mike Noon told Heather du-Plessis Allan as industries start back up it's having an impact. “That’s just put a whol…
 
Waikato's two new Covid-19 cases have popped up in a place the Government didn't expect. Parts of the region are now staying in Alert Level Three for five more days. Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins told Heather du Plessis-Allan they're two people who have normal day to day lives in Hamilton. “It doesn't appear to be any clear connection at…
 
Foodstuffs North Island is denying claims it’s destroying big parts of Sealord’s operation by taking their product off the shelves. Katherine Rich from the Food and Grocery Council said Sealord had been told that their product is being deleted because it doesn't give the product margin Foodstuffs North Island want. Foodstuffs North Island CEO Chris…
 
An entrepreneur for life, Jim has grown several start-ups and mentored many business owners. His God-gifted ability to ask the right questions lends itself well to his role as host of the iWork4Him program, the Faith and Work mouthpiece founded in 2013. Jim utilizes his networking expertise to arrange interviews with authors, workplace believers, a…
 
The Commonwealth Games has undergone a major shakeup. Athletics and swimming are mainstays as potential hosts are given a menu of events to select from at future games, despite the 2026 Games not having a host yet. The Government is hosting a "vaxathon" for Super Saturday from 12 to 8pm. The vaxathon — which will be fronted by celebrities and healt…
 
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