When a topic as complex as vaccines becomes socially taboo, where do you go to talk about it? Join pediatrician Dr. Bob Sears and Melissa, mother and health freedom educator, on this informative journey where we will discuss everything from disease outbreaks to vaccine risks and side effects, the vaccine schedule, media hype, vaccine laws and controversies, and everything in between. Learn more at our non-profit website ImmunityEducationGroup.org | Sources available at bit.ly/vaxconv . Suppo ...
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Concern is growing that we could be facing a public health crisis if the rates for meningococcal disease don't increase rapidly. Meningitis Foundation is Andrea Brady talks to Jesse about their fears and what action should be taken.
Nancy Armstrong is an award winning executive producer whose husband and three children have ADHD. She wants to change the way we think of it from disorder to secret power. So she made a documentary about people with ADHD.
Today librarian Catherine Ross's theme for books is "Unreliable Narrator". She has a number of book choices and recommendations for children and young adults. You can find a full list of the books she's talking about today on her blog https://thebibliognostbampot.blogspot.com/
Today neuro-psychologist Hannah Korrel talks to Wallace about neurodiversity in adults and what its like to be diagnosed as an adult.
Today marks 140 years since our first export of frozen sheep to the UK - a lot has changed since then. Ali Spencer has co-authored a book. It's called Meeting Change: the NZ Red Meat Story 1997-2022, she talks to Wallace.
A petition is about to be delivered to parliament supporting a better pay offer for support care workers around Aotearoa. Kelly Davy is a support worker from Taranaki, she talks to Wallace.
The government is investing in Sustainable Foods, a plant based food producer on the Kapiti Coast. Justin Lemmens is co-founder and CEO of Sustainable Foods, he talks to Wallace.
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Just as the world is starting to go into the first of many lockdowns, reporter J David McSwane tagged along on a private jet with a businessman on a mission to buy medical face masks for the government. He talks to Wallace.
Today's expert is all about how you can build your own website or app. To answer your questions or queries, we've got IT lecturer from Otago Polytechnic, Adon Moskal on air.
Today Brad Foster talks all about their new Prime Minister across the ditch. He explains why the voters turned on Scott Morrison and what it means for trans-Tasman relations. He also has some non-election news about upcoming festivals and the State of Origin series.
Today Claire Chitham talks to Wallace about the US version of Shameless and Angelyne.
Innovator and Stabicraft co-founder Sir Paul Adams is paying it forward after getting a life saving kidney transplant. He's donated one of the iconic boats for a Trade Me dollar auction, with all proceeds going to Kidney Health NZ.
A major project in Auckland is seeing plans on paper turned into action for the regeneration of Puhinui Stream. Alexanda Whitcombe is the Empowered Community Lead on the project, he talks to Wallace about their work.
The Nepalese community is calling for upcoming Everest Day to be recognised in the New Zealand government calendar. Wallace talks to Dinesh Kahdka, the president of the NZ Nepal Chamber of Commerce.
NTD News Today—5/20/2022 1. Doctor Frustrated by Baby Formula Shortage 2. FDA Head Faces Grilling on Formula Shortages 3. Biden Orders $119m of Monkeypox Vaccines 4. Australia Confirms First Monkeypox Case 5. Southern Border Braces for End of Title 42 6. Oklahoma Passes Strictest Abortion Ban 7. State Struggles to Count Votes Under New Law 8. New J…
Builder, Stan Scott, joins Jesse to give out tips on any DIY projects listeners have. You can email email@example.com or text 2101 with anything you'd like Stan to answer.
This week Shared Kitchen chef, Julie Biuso shares a recipe for a salad which can be a meal in itself or a starter for a long lunch. You can find how to make this salad here.
New Zealand company, Mint, has been awarded as a Technology Pioneer by the World Economic Forum. It was one of 100 companies recognised for finding innovative solutions for tackling issues from sustainability and climate change to healthcare. Mint COE Dr Will Barker talks to Jesse.
Today Ali talks about How To Please a Woman, being released next Thursday and The Innocents, a Norwegian supernatural thriller.
Chef Ben Bayly's been out of the kitchen busy visiting food producers all over Aotearoa for the second season of A New Zealand Food Story. He talks to Jesse about the latest series.
When 24 year old Christian Prescott left Mt Albert Grammar he thought he was destined to be a tradie. Instead he set up New Zealand's first professional sneaker cleaning business. Now he's giving back to the community.
Two North Canterbury districts are trialling a new app which makes it easier to report rural crime. The app is called "Rural Lookout" and Oxford farmer Cameron Henderson explains to Jesse about it works.
Architect Rau Hoskins knows a thing or two about building. He is a trustee of Te matapihi, which was set up to advocate for better Maori Housing. He talks to Jesse about why the design approach for housing needs to change.
NTD News Today—5/19/2022 1. Biden, House Act on Baby Formula Crisis 2. Moms Donating Milk to Other Moms in Need 3. Cdc: Cases of Hepatitis Jumps in Kids 4. Massachusetts Reports Case of Rare Virus 5. Biden Seeks New Powers for W.H.O. Chief 6. Vote Counting Continues in Pa Senate Primary 7. U.S. Orders Agencies to Fix Software Bug 8. NY AG to Invest…
This week Mary Holm addresses more listener questions about investment and the comparison between shares and rental property returns.
Ahead of World Bee day tomorrow, we talk to apiarist Paul Martin about the big increase in backyard beehive keepers around Aotearoa.