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The most innovative people in the world of small business go one-on-one each week with marketing expert Tim Reid. In this award winning podcast; business owners share where their original business idea came from, how they got it to market and the strategies they used that led to their business’s unprecedented growth. Host Timbo Reid’s curiosity for what makes business owners tick and his passion for small business success means that every episode is chock full of marketing gold that will hel ...
 
Irelands Premier Metal Music Podcast. The Metal Cell Podcast sets out to promote the Irish Metal Scene by talking to the bands, promoters, artists and fans of this musical genre. I hope to interview as many generations as possible involved in the Irish Metal community from those who create the music, design the artwork, promote the gigs or simply fans of the music itself. It's one of the most exciting times ever to be a Metal fan in Ireland with so many home grown and international metal ban ...
 
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Australia’s medicinal marijuana industry is poised to explode. Leading the charge is cannabis entrepreneur Gary MacKenzie who is the co-founder of Releaf, the first and largest clinic and dispensary franchise in the Asia Pacific region. It’s a very chilled episode 607 of The (13 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast. A littl…
 
Today on The Panel- Lorna Subrtizky and Morgan Godfery discuss Queen Memorial Day tomorrow – does it feel necessary a whole week after her funeral? Plus- Bay of Plenty man Paul Cherry is paying $5,500 every 28 days to prolong his life and quality of life after being diagnosed with incurable prostate cancer – he was told by his oncologist the drug h…
 
Now that the borders are open again, the option to travel is back after a two year hiatus. But BloggerAtLarge's Megan Singleton has recently observed that plenty of people still aren't ready to get back out there yet. There's fear around travel that has built up over the last couple of years, not helped by earlier stories surrounding lost luggage. …
 
All the Broken Places by John Boyne. This is a sequel to the hugely popular The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas from several years ago, which was about how a family moved to live in a house beside Auschwitz when the husband/father was made Kommandant of the camp, and how his son Bruno struck up a friendship with a boy through the barbed wire. It was ost…
 
Dr Lachlan McIver has worked in some of the wildest and most remote places in the world. Trained as a rural generalist, his humanitarian work has taken him from indigenous communities in Australia to dealing with natural disasters and Middle East war zones. Lachlan’s career and story is quite incredible and he has shared it all in a new book Life a…
 
Spring is here, and it presents the opportunity for a health reset. Naturopath and wellness expert Erin O'Hara joins us here today to discuss how to spring clean your eating habits, exercise regimen, and mindset. Plus, with daylight savings changes happening, our circadian rhythms may need shaking up. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for pr…
 
Asteroids colliding with the Earth has been a plot element in many movies, but NASA's new experiment is set to test out a practical solution to the real thing that doesn't involve Bruce Willis. NASA's Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART). A mission which launched on November 23rd 2021 which has the challenging goal of crashing its spacecraft int…
 
In entertainment news, James Cameron has recently re-released Avatar into theatres over the weekend, ahead of the upcoming sequel. The 2009 film was successful in its day, and audiences enjoyed the visual spectacle it presented. Chris Schulz, entertainment journalist, is here to talk to us about the re release and share more entertainment news. LIS…
 
Mike’s website – goodfromscratch.co.nz With daylight savings starting today, it not only brings with it each ray of extra sun shine. It is also the time for us to plant our potatoes. This will ensure you have a good crop come Xmas and the whole summer. Homegrown spuds are just amazing, the flavour profile is better and they are easy to maintain. Ag…
 
Ana Scotney's done a lot with her time in the acting world, having made her debut in 2018's The Breaker Uppers. Since then, Ana has been on a bunch of tv shows and films including playing Angel on Shortland Street, appearing in Netflix series God’s Favourite Idiot alongside Melissa McCarthy and is set to film alongside Jennifer Connolly in upcoming…
 
Pharmac’s funding of life saving cancer drugs has recently been called into question. This is in light of an article The Herald recently ran about Paul Cherry, a Bay Of Plenty man who endures a costly battle with prostate cancer. Joining us is Prostate Cancer Foundation New Zealand CEO Peter Dickens. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for pri…
 
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern spoke at the UN General Assembly in New York earlier this week. The key points of her speech included taking aim at the UN and the Security Council for not vetoing the Russian invasion of Ukraine and condemning Vladimir Putin's earlier nuclear threats. This reflected the statements many other nations made regarding Rus…
 
Dr Jen Welter has broken down many barriers in her sporting career. In 2015 she became the first female to coach in the NFL as line-backers coach with the Arizona Cardinals. Since then Jen has been passionate about providing access and opportunities in sport. She is in New Zealand as part of a Sports Envoy Programme and joins me now. LISTEN ABOVE S…
 
It was a pleasure to welcome Daire (Vox/Bass) Charlie & John (Guitars) and new drummer Lachlan of Fornoth to the show. Fornoth have been building up a large following of fans over the past year with an well received appearance in Bloodstock coming off the back of with two terrific releases in April: 'From Across the Moors' e.p and 'Whispers Among t…
 
Looking for a new business idea? Maybe a new revenue stream is appealing? Or are you searching for a cheeky little side hustle? One with minimal set-up costs and requires you to hold no stock. If you answered “Hell yeah!!” then drop everything, as you’re about to discover the ins and outs of dropshipping with one of Australia’s best. It’s a ship-ho…
 
Blogger at Large's Megan Singleton joins Francesca Rudkin here today to tell us all about Grapevine Texas! Situated between Dallas and Fort Worth, Grapevine Texas is home to a burgeoning wine region and golf courses. It's also the Christmas capital of Texas. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Carrie Soto is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid. She is HUGE on TikTok and a new book will be a big deal. It’s about the greatest tennis player there’s ever been, Carrie Soto, who retires but then is outraged when another player equals her record and decides to go back for one last Grand Slam to make sure she stays on top. It’s obviously set in the tenn…
 
Hollie Smith has been around on the local music scene for 20 odd years and is one of the most recognisable faces and voices. She’s got several number one albums and numerous awards to her name. But it was growing up in Auckland that Hollie was first introduced to music through the city's blues and jazz scene. Ahead of Hollie Smith Sings Jazz which …
 
As we enter the spring season, more people are thinking about weight loss. Cleanses and detox diets are viewed as ways of clearing out toxins that lead to weight gain, or as a means of counteracting winter over-indulgences. Wellness expert and naturopath, Erin O'Hara, is here today to explain that cleanses and detox treatments are mostly marketing,…
 
Hope we have had a great week, needless to say we have been flat! Exciting as we hosted our very first wedding at the school. We have had so many booked in the past but the Covid has taken care of them! But this week I want to talk about something a bit different. Rubbish! More so, food packaging rubbish! I am always on the clean-up down the beach,…
 
When it comes to walking, it's an affordable and reliable form of exercise that is free to most people. But we've all been fixated on reaching the standard of 10,000 steps per day, which isn't doable for plenty of people in Western nations. In fact, the 10,000 steps figure was derived from a Japanese marketing figure which happened to translate int…
 
The Others Way is a music festival set to happen on October 22nd, a month from now. This festival will be happening at Auckland Central's K road, and 30 acts are set to perform. The highest profile performance is confirmed to be the newly reformed The Exponents, as the festival coincides with the 40th anniversary of their chart-topping debut album …
 
Queen Elizabeth II's funeral is set to happen tomorrow, at 10pm NZT. NZ Herald political reporter Adam Pearse is in London today, ahead of the event, to observe the lead up. "We've also seen the queue extend, the current wait time as it stands is 13 and a half hours for people to see the Queen's coffin lying in Westminster Hall." LISTEN ABOVE See o…
 
Tomorrow, New Zealand’s first ever Zero Food Waste Challenge kicks off. Food waste is one of the world’s most pressing social and environmental issues, so for the next week kiwis are being challenged to address the problem. Founder of the Zero Food Waste Challenge Veronica Shale joins me here to explain how much we waste, who the biggest culprits a…
 
This week online dating app Tinder celebrated its 10-year anniversary. Tinder has revolutionised the way we date, but swiping right does come with its risks. A documentary coming to TVNZ 1 this week has explored the dark side of these dating apps. One of the experts from the documentary, Swipe With Caution, and co-creator of The Light Project, Nikk…
 
HAINT. It was a pleasure to welcome Ian Booth (guitars/vocals) & Steve Hobson (Drums) of the immense Haint. The trio including Darren Lavery (Bass/Vocals) are steadily crafting songs in the background for the last three years and it's only now we are able to hear the fruits of their intense labour. I talk to Ian & Steve about the reasons why it's t…
 
It was back in 1996 that this song propelled five unknown women to the top of pop stardom. Scary, Baby, Ginger, Sporty and Posh - The Spice Girls took the world by storm - not only did they become the world's biggest girl group but their own brand of Girl Power influenced a whole generation of woman and in many respects, changed the world. One of t…
 
Right off the bat, today’s guest made a critical business decision. To launch Australia’s biggest eSports and gaming brand, he was going to go big, real big from day one. No pussy footing around. No waiting for this to happen in order for that to happen. Nope. He just went fucking big (his words, not mine) from day one. It’s a game-on episode 605 o…
 
Following Queen Elizabeth II’s recent passing, more people are flocking to Windsor. Demand to travel there has gone up in the last couple of days, as the former ruler will be laid to rest there. Bloggeratlarge’s Megan Singleton is here today to discuss how mass desire to pay final respects to the Queen has impacted prices and travel times. LISTEN A…
 
How aware of our own hunger levels are we? On the surface, we should know how hungry we are, when we want to eat, and what we feel. Naturopath and wellbeing expert Erin O'Hara is here to explain intuitive eating, and what it means to feel genuine hunger. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
When it comes to crime thrillers, it doesn’t come much better than Scottish Crime Queen Val McDermid. Val is one of the leading crime writers having sold over 18 million books. She also has several TV adaptions to her name. Her new book 1989 is in stores now and Val has arrived in New Zealand to continue her Visiting Professorship of Scottish studi…
 
How much is a change of monarch going to impact us Kiwis? For a lot of people day to day – not much impact at all except remembering to call him King Charles. Katie Bradford and Ben Thomas join Francesca Rudkin on the panel here today LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Newstalk ZB
 
Kawai : For Such a Time as This by Monty Soutar. New Zealand fiction, first in a planned trilogy. In the 1980’s a young Maori man visits his elderly relative in the remote east North Island, wanting to learn the stories of his ancestors, at which point the book moves to the mid 18th century and recounts the story of the young man’s tipuna, the lege…
 
Spring has sprung and I'm so happy that we simply just had a couple of days without rain! Once this week I stopped and felt the warmth of the sun and what a great feeling it was. Also with the sun coming up earlier in the morning, it brings with it a new found energy for breakfast. Whilst I'm always going to promote breakfast for every time of the …
 
If you suffer from pain, you might have noticed that you feel it more at night compared to the day. It had been thought that this was because you were less distracted and therefore more aware of pain at night, but new research has found that we have peaks and troughs of pain based on our circadian rhythm. Following the release of a new study from t…
 
My Boy, the third solo record from New Zealand singer/songwriter Marlon Williams, announces an artist emerging anew. Gone is the solemn, country-indebted crooner with the velvet voice – in his place comes a playful, shapeshifting creature. Following the release of his second album, 2018’s Make Way For Love, Williams’ toured the world, playing major…
 
Earlier this year I had the pleasure to read Robert Hardman’s book Queen of our Times: The Life of Queen Elizabeth II, a biography on Her Majesty released in honour of the Queen’s Platinum jubilee. Robert Hardman is a renowned royal biographer and has spent three decades covering the British monarchy. And now, he’s here today to join us in light of…
 
At 12:30 today, a ceremony is scheduled at Parliament to proclaim Charles III as the new King of New Zealand NZ Herald political editor Claire Trevett is here to tell us about it as it unfolds. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Newstalk ZB
 
Late last night New Zealand time Charles was formal proclaimed King by the Privy Council. The new King, Charles III spoke from the historic ceremony. Here today to talk about it is royal correspondent Phil Dampier. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Newstalk ZB
 
Over the last couple of days many words have been spoken and memories shared about the extraordinary reign of Queen Elizabeth II, who passed away on Friday. Britain’s longest reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth was a constant through times of unprecedented social change and challenges. She guided the monarchy into the modern era, where it not only su…
 
Myself and Danielle had a brilliant chat with Avi, Killian & Sean guitarists of The Sluagh! The mystique of the band considering they all wear masks along with the ferocity of the music had us intrigued. The Sluagh or Sluagh na marbh ('host of the dead'), were the hosts of the unforgiven dead in Irish and Scottish folklore. The Sluagh have released…
 
Tom Willis’s deep respect for marketing has resulted in a business that gets around 350 sign-ups every day, has over 10,000 5-star Google reviews, and four million website visits annually. And no, the business doesn’t have some astronomical marketing budget … It’s a simple legal advisory service for small businesses in Australia. It’s a mind-expand…
 
The Marriage Portrait by Maggie O’Farrell. Based on the life of Lucrezia de Medici who lived in Florence in the 16th Century and was the subject of the famous Robert Browning poem My Last Duchess. At the age of 15 she was married off to the Duke of Ferrara who commissioned a marriage portrait of his new wife, inviting a renowned portrait artist to …
 
Today we have something special to offer all our listeners for Father’s Day. This week we launched our very own cast iron fry pans. They are called Engel Elzen and I want to give one away today valued at $295.00. The recipe this week is one from our EngelElzen website. It's a great little number and will enable any member of the family to be able c…
 
Masks- as we move closer to our current restrictions getting a review, will mask mandates be scrapped soon? Less people wear them out and about to public facing events nowadays, and whether or not they are still needed is facing debate. BusinessDesk investments editor and host of the Cooking the Books podcast, Frances Cook and producer and commenta…
 
If you had needed any reminder, the last couple of months have shown just how passionate we are about rugby in this country. New Zealand Herald Feature Writer Greg Bruce has written a rugby memoir of sorts, looking at life growing up in a country obsessed by rugby. Rugby Head is the name of the book, and Greg Bruce uses this book to share his favou…
 
Erin O’hara is the co-founder, director, naturopath and yoga teacher at Golden Yogi. She holds a bachelor of science (physiology) and a bachelor of natural medicine. In honour of Father’s Day, she offers her insights into the state of men’s mental health. Men still struggle with sharing their emotions, especially when feeling low or anxious. LISTEN…
 
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