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Join Kerre Woodham one of New Zealand’s best loved personalities as she dishes up a bold, sharp and energetic show Monday to Friday 9am-12md on Newstalk ZB. News, opinion, analysis, lifestyle and entertainment – we’ve got your morning listening covered.
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Sit back and get ready to master your social media video with your host Virginia Kerr. She's giving you her proven strategies that have helped her clients start converting with video in just days. Each episode gives you simple step by step instructions. Whether you worry about your voice, stress over how you're video looks, or struggle to come up with content ideas, you’ve found the right place. No more throwing spaghetti at the wall - it's time to transform your video content. Connect with ...
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Welcome to "The Business of Doing Business" hosted by Dwayne Kerrigan. Dwayne has navigated the business world for over 35 years, owning close to 30 businesses in 12 distinct industries. Today, entrepreneurship often seems more about glitz, glamour, and a celebrity venture. On this podcast, Dwayne collaborates with overlooked but accomplished entrepreneurs, delving into their journeys of forging exceptional enterprises. Join them as they share their personal journeys, lessons learned, and st ...
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Can I Pod With Madness is a podcast in which we meticulously review a copy of Kerrang! or Metal Hammer, from 1987-1989 (mostly). Expect lots of talk about Iron Maiden, Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, KISS, Alice Cooper, Aerosmith and Lisa Dominique. Also some waffle about what was on telly that week, what was in the charts and general aimless nostalgia. Bringing the metal back to where it belongs! Podwithmadness@gmail.com Insta/twitter: @Podwithmadness https://linktr.ee/podwithmadness
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Up in Your Business with Kerry McCoy

Up in Your Business with Kerry McCoy

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Up in Your Business is a weekly radio show and podcast with Kerry McCoy, owner of FlagandBanner.com. Kerry interviews business owners and other professional leaders who share their story of ambition, entrepreneurship, and luck. It airs as a live radio show every Friday and as a podcast available for download. Guests inspire listeners with their insights and life experiences. Join Kerry for this personal, provocative, and candid hour of engaging conversation centered around business advice, e ...
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The Luxury Item is a podcast on the business of luxury, and the people and companies that are shaping the future of the luxury industry. Join marketing and brand expert Scott Kerr for insightful discussions with business leaders and innovators on topics that matter most for the global luxury industry. The show shines a spotlight on the challenges that are creating a new competitive landscape in the luxury sector. You'll get valuable insights and takeaways that will hopefully inspire you to r ...
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Our message is Jesus Christ, crucified and raised from the dead! We seek to anchor everything in the Person and work of the Messiah, the Son of God. To proclaim Christ is to draw attention to Him, His perfect life and character, His compassionate and authenticating miracles, His sacrificial, atoning death and His victorious resurrection. To proclaim Christ is to point people not to the preacher, nor the church, nor a system of rules, but to a relationship with Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.
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Ever wonder how to break into the business of Broadway? From how to get an agent to how to navigate open calls, we cover it all. This podcast is an insider’s roadmap to making it on Broadway. Kerry Butler is a Tony nominated actress who made her Broadway debut in 1993 in Blood Brothers, before starring in shows such as Beauty and the Beast, Les Mis, Hairspray, Little Shop, Xanadu, Rock of Ages, Catch Me If You Can, Disaster!, and Mean Girls. She has numerous on screen credits such as 30 Rock ...
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Two childhood friends Gerrit Elzinga and Kevin McCarthy riff and rant about random ridiculousness. From Oreo flavors and the greatest sequels ever to political squabbles and conspiracy theories - all Kerrit-Kakes are welcome. Come on in and join the party! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/kerritpod/support
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It's the ONLY Podcast that is all about Kerrville, Texas! What is going on? Who is doing it? What are the stories of the local business owners? Is there someone that needs help? Is there something going on that the community needs to know about? This is the place to stay informed about what's going on in Kerrville!
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The 'Best of Kerry Hines' is a podcast that covers everything from hair and beauty to what's happening in the world. We feature many excerpts from our daily 3 hour broadcast, "The Hair Radio Morning Show".. airing weekdays LIVE via Blogtalkradio.com/hairadio.
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For 100 days in a row from March until June, I went on Instagram live (@ryanseeker) and chatted with whomever I wanted. And a show happened. Now - after a few months of rest - join me as I interview friends and connections around Canada and the world to ask how they have adapted to these "unprecedented times" and some of the downs and ups of this rollercoaster in our collective history. Released every other Thursday at 7pm EDT.
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Dive in to conversations with people who make amazing science happen. The world is full of wonderful discoveries. Scientific breakthroughs happen by real people working in all sorts of jobs around the world. Learn their stories in this podcast by Renae Kerrigan, Curator of Science and Planetarium Director of the Peoria Riverfront Museum, the only multidisciplinary museum of it's kind in the nation. Sign up for a free weekly space and science newsletter from Renae here: https://peoriariverfro ...
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'The Kerry Basketball Show' from KerrySportsHub.ie provides News, Interviews, Reports and Analysis on all levels of Kerry Basketball fortnightly. We focus on the Kerry sides in action Nationally including Team Garvey's St. Mary's Castleisland, Killorglin Basketball Club, Scotts Lakers St. Pauls Killarney and Garvey's Tralee Warriors. We also keep up on what's happening locally in the Kingdom in KABB action, along with schools and MTU Tralee. Also Kerry connections on the International stage. ...
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CLUB KERRY NYC

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Full of "infectious grooves and familiar melodies inter weaved with the newest sounds and modern beats." If you like electronic and dance music particularly with vocals then this DJ podcast is for you. Each one hour episode features a perfectly beat mixed DJ set. Take it to the gym, the dance floor, or your favorite party. One of the longest running vocal house dance music podcasts (debuted February, 2009). Ranked one of the top 1% most popular shows out of 3.5 millions podcasts globally by ...
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Comedians, Canadians, Celine Dion-enthusiasts and un-biological twins Kerri Donaldson and Allie Entwistle (JFL Northwest Award Winning duo, Brunch Comedy) take a critical & comedic look at their love/hate relationship for rom coms. Join them as they invite guest comedians to bring in their favourite rom com & delve into the will-they-won’t-they world of romantic comedies.
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Kerrang!’s flagship podcast Inside Track tells the stories of some of the biggest, most influential and important moments in music history from the perspective of the rock stars who lived through them. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Scott Kerr is joined by Deborah Calmeyer, CEO and founder of ultra-luxury African safari company ROAR AFRICA, to discuss how she turned her love for Africa and her desire to share its beauty with the world into a business. Calmeyer talks about her journey from growing up in the Zimbabwean bush to moving to New York City and launching a luxury Afric…
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Crafting your video skills helps you on and off camera. It impacts both your business and your personal life. Bet you never thought it was that deep did you? I didn't. But I've learned more about me, become more confident, and a much better communicator because of what I've learned with video. My guest today is an example of that, too. Jenny Waters…
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The scathing review into the government's public housing landlord Kainga Ora, which was led by former Prime Minister Sir Bill English, was released yesterday and it was every bit as bad as those with half a brain had expected. It found the social housing system is not socially or financially sustainable. As a result, the board has, in effect, been …
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Dr. Dallam is a distinguished professor in the School of Health Science and Human Movement at Colorado State University – Pueblo. He has taught a wide variety of classes in exercise physiology, research and statistics, behavior facilitation, sport psychology, kinesiology, biomechanics, management, exercise assessment and prescription, swimming, run…
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Birds, bats, freshwater mussels and a small catfish. They all slipped away in 2023, among the 21 species declared extinct by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Grief is a rational response. So are the questions novelist and conservationist Lydia Millet articulates in her new book, “We Loved It All.” A blend of memoir and ecological truth-telling, …
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The report out that workplace bullying is costing the country in terms of productivity and lost earnings is nothing new. Bullying and harassment are conservatively estimated to cost employers $1.5 billion a year, according to a new study by KPMG, published for Friday's Pink Shirt Day. Years ago, there was a story on workplace bullying that surfaced…
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Finances are tough for many Kiwis at the moment, with costs skyrocketing across the board. Mortgages are going up, as is inflation, food costs, gas, and electricity. Banks are expecting the value of “bad mortgage debt” to increase by 40% by the end of 2024, and around 90% of the country’s fixed mortgage debt has an interest rate about 4%. An estima…
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If you woke up this morning and you turned on the heater because it was a bit chilly, not as chilly as it has been, but a bit chilly, good for you. Did you think about the cost? If you didn’t, lucky you. An estimated 40,000 New Zealand households had their power cut due to unpaid bills in 2023, which is a phenomenal number of households. One in fiv…
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Today, our pastors gush over their wives. They talk about how they met and what grace God has brought into their lives through this good thing they've found. Please consider coming to our Marriage Conference on June 21 & 22. More details at kerrville.bible/marriage. ================ We want to be a resource for you. Please send us your questions to…
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In this podcast, Dwayne Kerrigan and Angie Greenshields explore the multifaceted aspects of health and wellness, from diet and environment to stress and aging. Delving into critical discussions on recognizing stress, the impact of light and environment on health, and the importance of dietary choices, the conversation highlights the need for balanc…
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"I was rolling this ball of snow around and it was picking up all the cat shit..." This week we have the incredible Richard Herring who comes with stories of his great grandad's ventriloquist dummies, his first time abroad on his own, having testicular cancer, beating Kerry on Taskmaster and meeting his hero Michael Palin. Photo 01 - My Ventriloqui…
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Late in the show yesterday, Police Commissioner Andrew Coster along with Police Minister Mark Mitchell announced they would be introducing a National Gang Unit to crack down on gang crime and gangs’ anti-social behaviour. Coster said police know gang members commit a large amount of the crime in New Zealand. I don’t think it’s a state secret. I thi…
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Musician, composer, and writer, Henry Koperski, joins Reeve Carney and Jeanine Tesori in our final installment of the live interviews from The Broadway Cruise. Henry Koperski is a composer, writer, and music director based out of Los Angeles. He has composed for stage and screen, and has scores and songs featured on Netflix, Audible and Showtime. T…
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This month in Soul Nectar Tribe we dove into “The Five Levels of Attachment” by Don Miguel Ruiz Jr. This month we explored: This community gathering is free to the public, and gives you a taste of the conversations that Akeem Sami and Kerri Hummingbird Sami facilitate all month long through daily drips of inspiration […]…
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Once again we’re taking a break from the parallel universe of 80s metal, and delving into Q, The Modern Guide To Music and More, from 1992, so we’re on the back foot straight away as everything is spelled correctly. There’s news about Prince and Craig McLachlan, and ABBA are back, back, back etc. This leads us to talk about the brilliance of Erasur…
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David Seymour says the Government is diversifying education by bringing back charter schools. More than $150 million from the Budget will go towards setting up 15 new charter schools and converting 35 state schools. Charter schools get government funding but operate independently. They were abolished by the Labour-led coalition in 2018. The Associa…
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Charter schools are making a comeback. So, what happened last time? When ACT was in confidence and supply with the John Key government, they were able to establish charter schools and they managed to establish 11 of them. Charter schools were designed to be a place for children who didn't fit into mainstream education. They had different structures…
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Dr. Dallam is a distinguished professor in the School of Health Science and Human Movement at Colorado State University – Pueblo. He has taught a wide variety of classes in exercise physiology, research and statistics, behavior facilitation, sport psychology, kinesiology, biomechanics, management, exercise assessment and prescription, swimming, run…
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How on earth can the IRD allow child support arrears to get to more than $1 billion? I could understand it if chasing up payments involved men and women using telephones and ledger books, sharpening their pencils to make fresh calculations - but in this age of technology and electronic payments and with IRD having the power to rifle through bank ac…
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Big Book and Bold Ideas talks with authors from around the globe. But our favorite moments come when host Kerri Miller sits down with Minnesota writers to talk about story, craft and how calling this state home influences both. This week, we took a look back at some conversations with notable Minnesota authors, including Shannon Gibney, who just wo…
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This week, tune in for Kerry’s conversation with Janet Huckabee, political figure and former First Lady of Arkansas. Perhaps best known for spearheading the renovation of the Arkansas governor’s mansion, Janet has done it all; from campaign tours to jumping out of airplanes. Listen to hear a humorous, straight-forward reflection on her life, includ…
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Consumers will be feeling unsettled as the reliability of electricity supply is tested. A cold snap and low wind generation meant the country faced a potential supply shortfall, and Transpower asked people to reduce electricity use between 7 and 9am. Consumer Advocacy Council chair Deborah Hart says this kind of situation is not new, but the market…
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Ah, another cold snap, another example of our power industry being unable to cope. I hope you all had cold showers and turned off the heated towel rails and ate cold gruel this morning to do your bit to reduce power consumption. The reason for the latest orange alert is that there has been a surge in demand and the wind turbines haven't been turnin…
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There are more calls to further lower the bowel cancer screening age. An Otago University study shows rates of early onset colorectal cancer have risen by 26% each decade over the past 20 years. Rates for Māori aged under 50 years rose 36%. Professor Frank Frizelle told Kerre Woodham that the screening age needs to be lowered from the current age o…
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You have to wonder whether the strident critics of the coalition government ever stop and look at the facts. Maybe read the press releases. Listen to the interviews. Do they just see something coming from the office of the Honourable Shane Reti or the Honourable David Seymour and bin it? Hear Christopher Luxon on the wireless and just switch off an…
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Are LDS and JW Christian denominations or something completely different? What about RCC? What are the similarities and what are the differences? Listen as the pastors discuss. ================ We want to be a resource for you. Please send us your questions to questions@kerrvillebiblechurch.org or leave us a text or voicemail at 830-321-0349. Pleas…
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In an intriguing segment, Dwayne Kerrigan collaborates with clinical nutritionist Angie Greenshields to delve into the intricacies of nutrition and individual health. Angie stresses the importance of moving away from simplistic labels of food as either good or bad, advocating for a more nuanced approach that takes into account personal health needs…
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The Associate Education Minister says a revamped school lunches programme is better bang for buck. Every student who received a free school lunch under the previous Government will still be fed, but the programme will save $107 million a year. David Seymour told Kerre Woodham that instead of having multiple providers, schools will order lunches fro…
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Lifeline is calling for a lifeline as they celebrate their 60th anniversary. The Mental Healthline is struggling to keep up with demand, taking around 7,000 calls and 20,000 texts a month. On average, 17 people at high risk of self harm or suicide call Lifeline every day. Presbyterian Support Northern is the charity behind Lifeline, CEO Dr Bonnie R…
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You will remember there was some alarm in some quarters when the New Zealand Police Service announced they'd be looking to step back from attending calls from people in psychological distress. Over the past decade police say the number of mental health events officers attend has increased by more than 150% to 77,043 in the past year. The vast major…
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We thought we'd start with the announcement on law and order and Corrections, given that this was one of the big drivers for National and ACT, and indeed New Zealand First’s election campaigns, and one in which the coalition government was elected upon. Still, when you've got a big announcement to make on law and order, one of the foundations of yo…
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A new policy guide for New Zealand schools, titled ‘Students and Social Transition: A Gender Identity Policy Guide’, has been emailed to schools across the country today. It was created by Ethos, a charity that supports people with questions about freedom of conscience and belief. Ethos had been contacted by a number of parents and schools with que…
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Dr. Dallam is a distinguished professor in the School of Health Science and Human Movement at Colorado State University – Pueblo. He has taught a wide variety of classes in exercise physiology, research and statistics, behavior facilitation, sport psychology, kinesiology, biomechanics, management, exercise assessment and prescription, swimming, run…
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Last week, I think it must have been Wednesday or Thursday, I was harrumphing and muttering away like Waldorf and Statler from The Muppets. I was doing a little bit of that while I was reading about the latest sewage spill into a waterway in Wellington Harbour. I'm like, how in this day and age, can this still be? This is an outrage - and Helen tri…
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Raeann Wilson was born in Cabot, AR. As a breast cancer survivor, IV therapy was an integral part of Raeann’s recovery, and she became passionate about giving the same level of care to other post-operation patients. As the surgical coordinator at Shewmake Plastic Surgery, Raeann has extensive knowledge in surgical processes and patient care. This a…
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Jamie Figueroa’s new memoir, “Mother Island” is stylistically unique. She combines prose and creative nonfiction, myth and short stories to explore her memories. But the heart of the book — her push-pull relationship with her mother and her process of uncovering a true self — is as old as time. Figueroa’s mother was taken from Puerto Rico as a youn…
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May is New Zealand Music Month, the theme for this year ‘Amplifying Aotearoa’, aiming to shine a light on those who are the heartbeat of the nation’s music scene. One of the artists being highlighted is Tami Neilson, a country and soul singer-songwriter. She’s fresh off a plane from Nashville where she paid tribute to Patsy Cline on the sacred stag…
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Remember the Tau Henare-Trevor Mallard stauch back in 2007? Senior Cabinet Minister Trevor Mallard said the punch he threw at National MP Tau Henare is “one of the most stupid things I've ever done in my life” and in a life full of them, that's saying something. The scuffle broke out in the parliamentary lobbies. Allegedly, Henare had made some sni…
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What in the world is theological triage? How do we decide with whom we should cooperate or even partner for various causes? Should we partner with the LDS or Roman Catholics in pro-life efforts? Where do we draw the line? Listen as our pastors discuss this huge topic. ================ We want to be a resource for you. Please send us your questions …
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Part 2: In this episode, Dwayne and Victoria Theriault delve deeper into the DISC model, stressing the importance of acknowledging and embracing one's personality traits. She challenges the common misconception that success hinges on being 'high D' and instead explores the role of Emotional Intelligence (EQ) in business. Victoria expands on how EQ …
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Happy International Workers Day to all the labourers and workers out there. All right, brother. All right, sister. Dedicated to recognizing the contributions and achievements of workers worldwide and taking the opportunity to promote workers rights and opportunities so. Go us, all of us paid grunts. MPs, would you consider them paid grunts? Not rea…
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A former Labour Minister says a proposed pay rise for politicians gives them a real dilemma. The Remuneration Authority's set to increase most MP salaries 10.5% over three years. If implemented, it would be the first pay rise for MPs since 2017 and the first rise of 2.8% will be backdated to the election. Stuart Nash told Kerre Woodham that the pub…
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