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Welcome to Restaurant Nosta Podcast, where we discuss Mediterranean food, its history, and its deliciousness! We're glad you're here!Restaurant Nosta was founded by Evren and Niko, who believe that Mediterranean food should be celebrated, not just eaten. We created this podcast to share the joy of Mediterranean cuisine with you—because there are so many different kinds of people in our world, and we all deserve to have access to delicious food from different cultures.We hope you'll enjoy thi ...
 
How are students, teachers, parents and alums dealing with the Coronavirus pandemic? And how does COVID-19 connect to other social, economic and political issues? Dr. Catherine Atwell, Dean of Student Research, talks with members of the Marlborough community to learn about how they've been coping - and sometimes not coping - with the pandemic. And in the process, we learn about the creative ways teachers and students are learning together, at a distance.
 
History magazine show currently focusing upon the 1918 flu pandemic (also known as Spanish Flu) which, it is estimated, infected almost a third of the world's population. I aim here, to take you on a journey where we investigate what it was like to live in these times; what the governments did to try and control this virus and how people coped with the pain and suffering. Older episodes of Historyzine (goodness, 10 years ago now) have visited the topic of The War of the Spanish Succession.
 
Do you ever wonder how Bruins like you have gone on to achieve success after college? Now you have the chance to find out as UCLA alumni discuss their careers, what has helped them most in their journeys and their tips for personal and professional success.
 
A wine podcast bringing the joys of wine to wherever you are in the world. This is the place for fun, casual wine conversations, with tips, wine facts and wine tasting to inspire your next bottle of wine or vineyard visit. Listen to Winemakers, Sommeliers and Master of Wines who share their extensive knowledge, talking about wine regions and their terroir, their favourite wine pairings and winemaking techniques. This podcast is ideal for anyone starting their wine journey and studying WSET l ...
 
A series of podcasts hosted by Dr Will Liddell, family doctor and ecologist, comprising conversations about biodiversity, health and the environment. Contributors include healthcare professionals, farmers, scientists and conservationists and the content explores their work, their careers and their thoughts about environmental issues. Sound enginering is by Rob Wynne-Griffiths.
 
Fancy watching 'Northspur' on your TV, phone, or tablet? Tracking down a streaming service to buy, rent, download, or view the Armagan Ballantyne directed movie via subscription can be a challenge, so we here at Moviefone want to do the heavy lifting. ➤➤ 𝗡𝗼𝗿𝘁𝗵𝘀𝗽𝘂𝗿 𝙳𝚘𝚠𝚗𝚕𝚘𝚊𝚍 𝙵𝚞𝚕𝚕 𝙷𝙳 𝚏𝚛𝚎𝚎 𝐅𝐢𝐥𝐦 - 𝐍𝐙 Currently, the only way to watch ‘Northspur’ would be in a movie theatre. The film will be having a wide theatrical release 1 September 2022 (New Zealand ), with expansion in more countries to follow ...
 
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Sheldon Macdonald is the Chief Investment Officer and Nathan Sweeney is the Deputy Chief Investment Officer of the Marlborough Multi-Asset funds. These are the investment manager’s views at the time of recording and should not be construed as investment advice. The opinions expressed are correct at time of recording and may be subject to change. Ca…
 
We were thrilled to have Abbas Nazari as our guest for the opening event of the 2022 Marlborough Book Festival. Abbas was seven years old when his family fled the Taliban in Afghanistan, hoping to find a new home in Australia. The journey that followed, including a sinking fishing boat, heroic rescue by the Tampa container ship, and doors closed by…
 
It's a new era for Aotearoa's most remote population - the Chatham Islands. One of its iwi Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri has struck an agreement in principle for a treaty settlement with the Crown. The milestone came during Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's first trip to the Chathams to open the archipelago's very own museum. Our political reporter Anne…
 
One things that is probably not on anyone's Christmas wishlist this year is Covid. But with the season for mixing and mingling upon us, it could be harder and harder to avoid, first or second time round. Earlier in November, health officials warned summer cases could peak at more than 11,000 a day with a hundred hospitalisations each day too. And t…
 
If you're jetting off some where this holiday season spare a thought for aviation security when you pack your bag. In the past eight months it's had to remove 130,000 banned items from peoples luggage both carry on and checked. Aviation Security Operations group Manager Karen Urwin is the first to admit the rules are complicated.…
 
Doctors at a West Auckland clinic say patients are facing increased wait times for appointments or being turned away altogether as the number of GPs in New Zealand stagnates. The situation hasn't improved since Checkpoint reported on the issue in June, with half the country's primary care practices currently unable to take on any new patients. Repo…
 
Andrew Little has faced the wrath of medical specialists, who have vented their frustrations about overwhelming demand, compounded by underpay and under-staffing. The Health Minister was met with a barrage of angry specialists, who didn't pull any punches describing the pressures and stress of working through three years Covid. But there was little…
 
It's just in time for the Christmas shopping splurge - a facelift for one of Aucklands' busiest and most maligned retail strips. Today saw the official opening of a long-awaited facelift for one of Queen Street's busiest stretches, with hopes it will help revive the ailing city centre. Converting a car lane into an extended footpath, Auckland Counc…
 
The return of overseas tourists has already exceeded expectations, and the Reserve Bank is predicting that will increase over the summer months. There's concern the sector will struggle to keep up with acute labour shortages, which may add to inflation, bringing higher prices for holiday-makers. Reporter Louise Ternouth spoke to tourism operators t…
 
Advocates are calling for financial abuse to be made a stand-alone offence, saying it's hidden in current legislation. Those helping victims of family violence say almost all of them are financially harmed and are effectively being forced to choose between violence or poverty. They wants victims to have compensation. Kirsty Frame reports.…
 
Athletes from two of the country's most successful Olympic sports have launched landmark employment proceedings against High Performance Sport NZ. The group includes more than 60 rowers and cyclists, who want better rights for athletes, improved well-being and financial stability. It is understood the athletes want to be considered as employees rat…
 
Auckland Council's fiscal hole just got $25 million deeper overnight according to the Mayor. Wayne Brown says the Reserve Bank forecasts unveiled yesterday have blown the city's budget shortfall out to $295 million. A number that would take a 13 percent rates rise to plug. But the Expenditure Control and Procurement Committee are doubling down to t…
 
Police Minister Chris Hipkins says on the face of it Sandringham's Rose Cottage dairy should have qualified for fog canon funding and he has asked for a please explain. The local neighbour hood support group says they more than one attempt to get more security at the shop but the police refused their request. Meanwhile the Minister is calling for c…
 
Residents in the Auckland suburb of Sandringham are reeling after a worker at a local dairy was stabbed to death. The 34-year old victim was looking after the dairy for its long-serving and much loved owners who are travelling to India on holiday. Police are still looking for the offender - after the altercation at the Rose Cottage Dairy just after…
 
The highest interest rate hike in Reserve Bank history could signal collective belt tightening for many mortagages holders. The Official Cash Rate rose 75 basis points to 4.25 percent. And that means homeowners who fixed their mortages at historically low rates will potentially be paying double the interest they are now. The banks also forecasting …
 
In a tight real estate market..one agents offering a try before you buy option on a Waiheke bach, with a price tag of close to $10 million. The luxury five bedroom property on a double section of seventeen hundred square metres is absolute water front at Palm Beach on the island in the Hauraki Gulf. Wall Real Estate agent Ollie Wall explains who ge…
 
A group of lawyers is considering an appeal after the High Court dismissed their case claiming advice given to government is too weak to effectively tackle climate change. The 350-strong Lawyers for Climate Action NZ argued the Climate Change Commission's roadmap for cutting emissions is inconsistent with international agreements. Reporter Kate Gre…
 
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