Overheid – Nieuw-Zeeland – Populaire podcasts

  • Hosted by journalist Bernard Hickey, When the Facts Change is your essential weekly guide to the intersection of economics, business and politics in Aotearoa New Zealand. Presented by The Spinoff together with Kiwibank.

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  • The programme takes a look at what makes Dunedin the nation's heritage capital. The wonderful stock of historic buildings will be explored, as well as early European settlement, Maori life in past centuries and tales of gold. Thanks to the Southern Heritage Trust

  • The Good Citizen is a complementary podcast to the live talk series of the same name that takes place monthly in the Britomart neighbourhood in downtown Auckland, New Zealand. It features host Jeremy Hansen interviewing a wide range of guests, with a common focus on how to create successful urban communities with good architecture, urban design and smart thinking.

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  • Matangireia is a series of conversations examining the political legacies of Mฤori politicians. Made with the support of NZ On Air.

  • The premise of this show and the vision of Young Matt is to produce unbiased and unconventional content to, bit by bit boost the Youth of Aotearoa New Zealand’s engagement with politics.

  • While New Zealanders are being asked to stay home, stay in their bubbles, and save lives as part of the fight against COVID-19, New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will be talking with a range of Kiwis to share their stories, hear their feedback, and get their advice on some of the issues we're all facing. She'll be sharing those conversations here with you.

  • The Democracy Project podcast brings you interviews and debate on New Zealand and international issues with political commentators and academics from around the world.

  • VoterTorque is a podcast series covering politics in New Zealand by TorquePoint business partners Heather Roy and Simon Ewing-Jarvie.

    With much media coverage reduced to soundbites, many are frustrated with the lack of real commentary from people who have worked in Parliament. This podcast was initially set up to provide independent advice and commentary for people interested in the 2020 election.

    The second season, launched on 31 October 2020 (post-election) looks at the shape of the new government as well as a focus on electoral reform in NZ.

  • Stacey and Brad are vivacious budding radio stars with an optimistic outlook on life and a thirst for the interesting – that’s reflected in their varied conversations and interviews! With an awesome weekly mix of rock music what more could you want?!

  • We speak with interesting people about issues relating to plant-based eating.

  • Rotary International is an international service organisation whose stated purpose is to bring together business and professional leaders in order to provide humanitarian services, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world. It is a secular organization open to all persons regardless of race, colour, creed, religion, gender, or political preference. There are 34,282 clubs and over 1.2 million members worldwide. The members of Rotary Clubs are known as Rotarians. Members usually meet weekly for breakfast, lunch or dinner, which is a social event as well as an opportunity to organize work on their service goals. Rotary's primary motto is "Service above Self"; with an earlier motto being "One profits most who serves best". Philosophy: The object of Rotary is to encourage & foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise and, in particular, to encourage and foster: โ€ข The development of acquaintance as an opportunity for service;โ€ข High ethical standards in business and professions, the recognition of the worthiness of all useful occupations, and the dignifying of each Rotarian's occupation as an opportunity to serve society;โ€ข The application of the ideal of service in each Rotarian's personal, business, and community life;โ€ข The advancement of international understanding, goodwill, and peace through a world fellowship of business and professional persons united in the ideal of service.This objective is set against the "Rotary 4-way Test", used to see if a planned action is compatible with the Rotarian spirit. The test was developed by Rotarian and entrepreneur Herbert J. Taylor during the Great Depression as a set of guidelines for restoring faltering businesses and was adopted as the standard of ethics by Rotary in 1942. It is still seen as a standard for ethics in business management. The 4-Way Test considers the following questions in respect to thinking, saying or doing: โ€ข Is it the truth? โ€ข Is it fair to all concerned? โ€ข Will it build goodwill and better friendships?โ€ข Will it be beneficial to all concerned?Ahuriri Sunrise is a Rotary breakfast club meeting on Wednesday mornings from 6:45am-8:00am at East Pier, in Ahuriri, Napier. The 2019/2020 President is Lynne Trafford who also presents Rotary Wheels: lynne@traffordconsulting.co.nz. These programmes are downloadable (after broadcast), see below for the available episodes.The 1st Monday's programme is kindly sponsored by David Trim & Associates and the 3rd Mondayโ€™s programme is sponsored by Dobsons Photo and Camera.

  • Fortnightly advice, interviews and perspective for mental health consumers, their friends, workmates and families. Terry is a consumer himself, and also an advocate for other consumers. Terry's an avid poet and shares his works in the show.

  • Kiwifruit Vine Health (KVH) is a New Zealand biosecurity organisation dedicated to keeping unwanted pests and diseases out of kiwifruit orchards, and making plans for what would happen if they got here.

    The KVH Snapshot makes it easy for growers, post-harvest industries, nurseries, contractors, government and anyone else interested in how we protect New Zealand's industry from biosecurity threats, to keep up-to-date with news and events.

  • "But if the watchman see the sword come, and blow not the trumpet, and the people be not warned; if the sword come, and take any person from among them, he is taken away in his iniquity; but his blood will I require at the watchman's hand."
    EZEKIEL 33:6

  • S.O.A.R. (Securing Our Aspirational Realities) is a programme run by Nga Kete Matauranga Charitable Trust which aims to better understand and grow awareness and knowledge around working alongside whanau with disabilities and to appreciate more fully the service options and needs they have to live full, enriched lives.

  • Listen to sermons from Kaleo Church in El Cajon, CA. Kaleo Church exists to be a Christ-treasuring family, formed by the gospel, and sent on mission to the world by the power of the Holy Spirit for the glory of God. Learn more at www.kaleochurch.com

  • City Lore and the Municipal Art Society founded the Place Matters project in 1998. City Lore is a cultural organization dedicated to advancing the living cultural heritage of New York and other cities through publications, media, and school and community programs. (www.citylore.org) The Municipal Art Society is a private, non-profit membership organization that is committed to enriching the culture, neighborhoods, and physical design of New York City. (www.mas.org)

    Place Matters developed from the work of a committee on historical and cultural landmarks, spearheaded by Ned Kaufman, former Associate Director of Issues at the Municipal Art Society. City Lore and many other NYC organizations contributed to the committee and the report it issued in 1996. The report led to a successful conference called History Happened Here, organized in 1997 at the Museum of the City of New York by City Lore and the Municipal Art Society. We learned from the conference that many people shared our concerns about the places of value disappearing around us. Since few strategies existed for promoting or protecting such places, our two organizations decided it was time to mount an initiative dedicated to such aims.

    The Place Matters mission is to foster the conservation of New York City's historically and culturally significant places. These are places that hold memories and anchor traditions for individuals and communities, and that help tell the history of the city as a whole. We are convinced that such places promote the well being of New York's many communities in ways that too often go unrecognized.