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Worst Idea Of All Time Podcast

It's the fourth watch of F8 and it's not feelin' great. Tim and Guy ride their lazy boys into the mines once more to discover new secrets about a guy prominently in this movie who DOES NOT READ AS AN ACTOR, the history of energy drinks in Aotearoa New Zealand and answer the biggest question in all of the Fast and Furious franchise; Which Pokémon are each of the crew? Strap in, grab a 440ml Monster and enjoy.Join us on SubstackSee Guy live in Australia and New ZealandSee Tim live in Australia and New Zealand Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Somebody You Love
57. Somebody You Love is a gay male escort

Somebody You Love

Play Episode Play 38 sec Highlight Listen Later Mar 16, 2023 48:47


Charlie has many years experience in different areas of the industry, having started initially in Aotearoa (New Zealand) doing online work as well as full service. He is currently the Male Project Worker at SWOP NSW and he joins us today to talk to us about how and where M4M sex work takes place, hookup culture and opportunistic work, resources and access to community, and safer sex practises. 1:52: Main segment41:07: Shit People Say Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/somebodyyoupodTwitter: http://www.twitter.com/somebodyyoupodFacebook: http://www.facebook.com/somebodyyoupodFor more info on sex work in Australia, please check out the following organisations: ACT (SWOP ACT): https://meridianact.org.au/swop/NSW (SWOP NSW): https://swop.org.au/NT (SWOP NT): https://www.ntahc.org.au/swopntQld (Respect Inc): https://respectqld.org.au/SA (SIN): http://www.sin.org.au/sindex.htmlTas (Scarlet Alliance): https://scarletalliance.org.au/links/Vic (Vixen Collective): https://www.vixencollective.org/vcWA (SWEAR):http://sexworkerrightswa.orgWA (Magenta): http://magenta.org.auSupport the show

RNZ: Nine To Noon
The history of extremists in Aotearoa

RNZ: Nine To Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2023 20:39


Today is the fourth anniversary of the Christchurch mosque attacks, and The Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand say the Muslim community is subject to more verbal abuse online than ever. Professor Paul Spoonley has spent four decades studying extremism in New Zealand. He is Distinguished Professor Emeritus and Honorary Research Associate in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Massey University; co director of the research centre at Victoria University He Whenua Taurikura. He speaks with Kathryn about Histories of Hate:The Radical Right in Aotearoa New Zealand, a new book he has co-edited.

First Voices Radio
03/12/23 - Vanessa Machado de Oliveira Andreotti

First Voices Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 13, 2023 59:34


Tiokasin spends the full hour with Vanessa Machado de Oliveira Andreotti, author of “Hospicing Modernity: Facing Humanity's Wrongs and Implications for Social Activism” (North Atlantic Books, 2021). Vanessa is a Latinx professor at the University of British Columbia and holds a Canada Research Chair in Race, Inequalities and Global Change. Vanessa began her career as a teacher in Brazil in 1994 and has since led educational and research programs in countries including the UK, Finland, Aotearoa/New Zealand, Brazil, and Canada. She works across sectors in international and comparative education, particularly focusing on global justice and citizenship, Indigenous and community engagement, sustainability, and social and ecological responsibility. Her research examines relationships between historical, systemic, and on-going forms of violence, and the inherent unsustainability of modernity. Vanessa is one of the founding members of Gesturing Decolonial Futures Collective (decolonialfutures.net) and Teia das 5 Curas, an international network of Indigenous communities mostly in Canada and Latin America. She currently collaborates with with these groups to direct research projects and learning initiatives related to global healing and wellbeing in times of unprecedented challenges. Production Credits: Tiokasin Ghosthorse (Lakota), Host and Executive Producer Liz Hill (Red Lake Ojibwe), Producer Malcolm Burn, Studio Engineer, Radio Kingston, WKNY 1490 AM and 107.9 FM, Kingston, NY Tiokasin Ghosthorse, Audio Editor Kevin Richardson, Podcast Editor Music Selections: 1. Song Title: Tahi Roots Mix (First Voices Radio Theme Song) Artist: Moana and the Moa Hunters Album: Tahi (1993) Label: Southside Records (Australia and New Zealand) (00:00:22) 2. Song Title: Ball and Chain Artist: J-MILLA and Xavier Rudd Album: Xavier Rudd: Jan Juc Moon (2022) Label: Virgin Music Label and Artist Services Australia (P&D) (00:25:02) 3. Song Title: In the Anthropocene Artist: Nick Mulvey Album: In the Anthropocene (2019) Label: Fiction Records (00:55:27) AKANTU INSTITUTE Visit Akantu Institute, an institute that Tiokasin founded with a mission of contextualizing original wisdom for troubled times. Go to https://akantuinstitute.org/ to find out more and consider joining his Patreon page at https://www.patreon.com/Ghosthorse.

RNZ: Nine To Noon
Book review: Histories of Hate: The Radical Right in Aotearoa

RNZ: Nine To Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2023 4:16


David Hill reviews Histories of Hate: The Radical Right in Aotearoa New Zealand by Matthew Cunningham, Marinus La Rooij and Paul Spoonley (eds), published by Otago University Press.

New Books Network
Ronald L. Trosper, "Indigenous Economics: Sustaining Peoples and Their Lands" (U Arizona Press, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2023 49:01


What does “development” mean for Indigenous peoples? Indigenous Economics: Sustaining Peoples and Their Lands (U Arizona Press, 2022) lays out an alternative path showing that conscious attention to relationships among humans and the natural world creates flourishing social-ecological economies.  Economist Ronald L. Trosper draws on examples from North and South America, Aotearoa/New Zealand, and Australia to argue that Indigenous worldviews centering care and good relationships provide critical and sustainable economic models in a world under increasing pressure from biodiversity loss and climate change. He explains the structure of relational Indigenous economic theory, providing principles based on his own and others' work with tribal nations and Indigenous communities. Trosper explains how sustainability is created at every level when relational Indigenous economic theory is applied—micro, meso, and macro. Good relationships support personal and community autonomy, replacing the individualism/collectivism dichotomy with relational leadership and entrepreneurship. Basing economies on relationships requires changing governance from the top-down approaches of nation-states and international corporations; instead, each community creates its own territorial relationships, creating plurinational relational states. This book offers an important alternative to classic economic theory. In Indigenous Economics, support for Indigenous communities' development and Indigenous peoples' well-being go hand-in-hand. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Environmental Studies
Ronald L. Trosper, "Indigenous Economics: Sustaining Peoples and Their Lands" (U Arizona Press, 2022)

New Books in Environmental Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2023 49:01


What does “development” mean for Indigenous peoples? Indigenous Economics: Sustaining Peoples and Their Lands (U Arizona Press, 2022) lays out an alternative path showing that conscious attention to relationships among humans and the natural world creates flourishing social-ecological economies.  Economist Ronald L. Trosper draws on examples from North and South America, Aotearoa/New Zealand, and Australia to argue that Indigenous worldviews centering care and good relationships provide critical and sustainable economic models in a world under increasing pressure from biodiversity loss and climate change. He explains the structure of relational Indigenous economic theory, providing principles based on his own and others' work with tribal nations and Indigenous communities. Trosper explains how sustainability is created at every level when relational Indigenous economic theory is applied—micro, meso, and macro. Good relationships support personal and community autonomy, replacing the individualism/collectivism dichotomy with relational leadership and entrepreneurship. Basing economies on relationships requires changing governance from the top-down approaches of nation-states and international corporations; instead, each community creates its own territorial relationships, creating plurinational relational states. This book offers an important alternative to classic economic theory. In Indigenous Economics, support for Indigenous communities' development and Indigenous peoples' well-being go hand-in-hand. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies

New Books in Native American Studies
Ronald L. Trosper, "Indigenous Economics: Sustaining Peoples and Their Lands" (U Arizona Press, 2022)

New Books in Native American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2023 49:01


What does “development” mean for Indigenous peoples? Indigenous Economics: Sustaining Peoples and Their Lands (U Arizona Press, 2022) lays out an alternative path showing that conscious attention to relationships among humans and the natural world creates flourishing social-ecological economies.  Economist Ronald L. Trosper draws on examples from North and South America, Aotearoa/New Zealand, and Australia to argue that Indigenous worldviews centering care and good relationships provide critical and sustainable economic models in a world under increasing pressure from biodiversity loss and climate change. He explains the structure of relational Indigenous economic theory, providing principles based on his own and others' work with tribal nations and Indigenous communities. Trosper explains how sustainability is created at every level when relational Indigenous economic theory is applied—micro, meso, and macro. Good relationships support personal and community autonomy, replacing the individualism/collectivism dichotomy with relational leadership and entrepreneurship. Basing economies on relationships requires changing governance from the top-down approaches of nation-states and international corporations; instead, each community creates its own territorial relationships, creating plurinational relational states. This book offers an important alternative to classic economic theory. In Indigenous Economics, support for Indigenous communities' development and Indigenous peoples' well-being go hand-in-hand. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/native-american-studies

RNZ: Nine To Noon
From crime to care: A history of abortion in New Zealand

RNZ: Nine To Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 27, 2023 14:02


As the US gets to grips with the massive implications of the overturn of Roe v Wade last year, how has abortion legislation in New Zealand changed over the years? It's the subject of a new book from Dr Felicity Goodyear -Smith, called From Crime to Care: The History of Abortion in Aotearoa New Zealand.

RNZ: Morning Report
Event marks one year since Ukraine invasion

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2023 1:56


It has been a full year since the start of Russia's invasion of Ukraine. To mark the date, European Union Delegation to Aotearoa New Zealand has organised a gathering at the Wellington Waterfront to watch the sun rise and let some sunflowers into the water. Reporter Kate Green spoke to Morning Report from the Te Papa Promenade.  

RNZ: Morning Report
Foreign Minister on Ukraine invasion anniversary

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2023 4:25


On the first anniversary of its invasion of Ukraine, Russia's ongoing actions continue to threaten global stability and "impact Aotearoa New Zealand", according to Foreign Minister Nanaia Mahuta. The country's envoy has also used the anniversary to announce a raft of new sanctions against Russia, including the sanctioning of 87 high-ranking Russian members of Russian president Vladimir Putin's inner circle.  Mahuta says New Zealand's support for Ukraine and opposition to the Russian-led war continues to be "unprecedented" for this country. She spoke to Guyon Espiner.   

Heroes for Hire
Movie Mondays: Fast X, Toy Story 5 and More!

Heroes for Hire

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 13, 2023 64:01


This week on Movie Mondays, we just missed all of the Superbowl ads, but we're still bring all the news about Fast X, Frozen 3, Toy Story 5 and a Deadpool 3 rumour!...If you want to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/heroesforhirepodcastTo get Heroes for Hire merch: https://heroesforhire.ie/shopFollow us on Twitter: @Heroes4hirepod , @conlawler , @shaunmeighanFollow us on Facebook:  Det. Divilment's Discussion GroupFollow us on Instagram: heroesforhirepodcastEmail any questions or queries to: HeroesforHire_@outlook.com  Big thanks to our Patrons:Róisín The Wife PalmerJoe BernieRyan Komatsu Dozer Enthusiast EvansonFun Facts with Waffles, Aotearoa New Zealand has the worlds only Alpine Parrot, It's called the kea and a flock can strip a carDavid ClarkeShaun Chuck it in the wash and it'll be grand JamiesonDominicAnna Irish Walrus Forever HjelmroosDanny McLaughlinNo one's ever really gone….. Luke HothLordsmishMichelle BrowneMichaela DoughtyBusterEd BallThe adventures of Indiana Jones and the franchise that just won't dieConor and Lorraine had completely forgot to shorten their long nickname until catching up on the podcast recentlyRuss- I'm considering moving to a mattress based diet in an attempt to end Mr Blobby for good-ParfittJackson Brueheim Get access to all our movie reviews here Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Heroes for Hire
Hero or Zero: Black Condor

Heroes for Hire

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2023 34:16


This week on Hero or Zero, we're chatting all about a golden age character who learned how to fly by.....watching birds........If you want to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/heroesforhirepodcastTo get Heroes for Hire merch: https://heroesforhire.ie/shopFollow us on Twitter: @Heroes4hirepod , @conlawler , @shaunmeighanFollow us on Facebook:  Det. Divilment's Discussion GroupFollow us on Instagram: heroesforhirepodcastEmail any questions or queries to: HeroesforHire_@outlook.com  Big thanks to our Patrons:Róisín The Wife PalmerJoe BernieRyan Komatsu Dozer Enthusiast EvansonFun Facts with Waffles, Aotearoa New Zealand has the worlds only Alpine Parrot, It's called the kea and a flock can strip a carDavid ClarkeShaun Chuck it in the wash and it'll be grand JamiesonDominicAnna Irish Walrus Forever HjelmroosDanny McLaughlinNo one's ever really gone….. Luke HothLordsmishMichelle BrowneMichaela DoughtyBusterEd BallThe adventures of Indiana Jones and the franchise that just won't dieConor and Lorraine had completely forgot to shorten their long nickname until catching up on the podcast recentlyRuss- I'm considering moving to a mattress based diet in an attempt to end Mr Blobby for good-ParfittJackson Brueheim Get access to all our movie reviews here Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Heroes for Hire
Weird News: Shrek Statue Weighing 200 pounds Stolen

Heroes for Hire

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2023 60:28


This week on Weird News we're chatting about a terrible move ionvolving the Dodo, a Florida Man who played too much GTA and solve another relationship issue...If you want to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/heroesforhirepodcastTo get Heroes for Hire merch: https://heroesforhire.ie/shopFollow us on Twitter: @Heroes4hirepod , @conlawler , @shaunmeighanFollow us on Facebook:  Det. Divilment's Discussion GroupFollow us on Instagram: heroesforhirepodcastEmail any questions or queries to: HeroesforHire_@outlook.com  Big thanks to our Patrons:Róisín The Wife PalmerJoe BernieRyan Komatsu Dozer Enthusiast EvansonFun Facts with Waffles, Aotearoa New Zealand has the worlds only Alpine Parrot, It's called the kea and a flock can strip a carDavid ClarkeShaun Chuck it in the wash and it'll be grand JamiesonDominicAnna Irish Walrus Forever HjelmroosDanny McLaughlinNo one's ever really gone….. Luke HothLordsmishMichelle BrowneMichaela DoughtyBusterEd BallThe adventures of Indiana Jones and the franchise that just won't dieConor and Lorraine had completely forgot to shorten their long nickname until catching up on the podcast recentlyRuss- I'm considering moving to a mattress based diet in an attempt to end Mr Blobby for good-ParfittJackson Brueheim Get access to all our movie reviews here Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Heroes for Hire
Movie Mondays: DC's New Film Slate

Heroes for Hire

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2023 65:48


This week we're mainly talking about James Gunn's recent announcement about the future of the DCU, with some other movie news peppered in!...If you want to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/heroesforhirepodcastTo get Heroes for Hire merch: https://heroesforhire.ie/shopFollow us on Twitter: @Heroes4hirepod , @conlawler , @shaunmeighanFollow us on Facebook:  Det. Divilment's Discussion GroupFollow us on Instagram: heroesforhirepodcastEmail any questions or queries to: HeroesforHire_@outlook.com  Big thanks to our Patrons:Róisín The Wife PalmerJoe BernieRyan Komatsu Dozer Enthusiast EvansonFun Facts with Waffles, Aotearoa New Zealand has the worlds only Alpine Parrot, It's called the kea and a flock can strip a carDavid ClarkeShaun Chuck it in the wash and it'll be grand JamiesonDominicAnna Irish Walrus Forever HjelmroosDanny McLaughlinNo one's ever really gone….. Luke HothLordsmishMichelle BrowneMichaela DoughtyBusterEd BallThe adventures of Indiana Jones and the franchise that just won't dieConor and Lorraine had completely forgot to shorten their long nickname until catching up on the podcast recentlyRuss- I'm considering moving to a mattress based diet in an attempt to end Mr Blobby for good-ParfittJackson Brueheim Get access to all our movie reviews here Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Heroes for Hire
Hero or Zero: 8-Ball

Heroes for Hire

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2023 32:29


We're taking a look back at a classic Hero or Zero character this week, with the pool-based villain 8-Ball!...If you want to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/heroesforhirepodcastTo get Heroes for Hire merch: https://heroesforhire.ie/shopFollow us on Twitter: @Heroes4hirepod , @conlawler , @shaunmeighanFollow us on Facebook:  Det. Divilment's Discussion GroupFollow us on Instagram: heroesforhirepodcastEmail any questions or queries to: HeroesforHire_@outlook.com  Big thanks to our Patrons:Róisín The Wife PalmerJoe BernieRyan Komatsu Dozer Enthusiast EvansonFun Facts with Waffles, Aotearoa New Zealand has the worlds only Alpine Parrot, It's called the kea and a flock can strip a carDavid ClarkeShaun Chuck it in the wash and it'll be grand JamiesonDominicAnna Irish Walrus Forever HjelmroosDanny McLaughlinNo one's ever really gone….. Luke HothLordsmishMichelle BrowneMichaela DoughtyBusterEd BallThe adventures of Indiana Jones and the franchise that just won't dieConor and Lorraine had completely forgot to shorten their long nickname until catching up on the podcast recentlyRuss- Shaun you should know that THIS is the game that you're back in as mentioned by the second best barber-ParfittJackson Brueheim Get access to all our movie reviews here Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Heroes for Hire
Weird News: Radioactive Material gets lost in Australian Outback

Heroes for Hire

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2023 63:55


This week on Weird News, we chat about a woman who married her duvet, Mr. Blobby being auctioned off and the greatest hide and seek player we've ever seen...If you want to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/heroesforhirepodcastTo get Heroes for Hire merch: https://heroesforhire.ie/shopFollow us on Twitter: @Heroes4hirepod , @conlawler , @shaunmeighanFollow us on Facebook:  Det. Divilment's Discussion GroupFollow us on Instagram: heroesforhirepodcastEmail any questions or queries to: HeroesforHire_@outlook.com  Big thanks to our Patrons:Róisín The Wife PalmerJoe BernieRyan Komatsu Dozer Enthusiast EvansonFun Facts with Waffles, Aotearoa New Zealand has the worlds only Alpine Parrot, It's called the kea and a flock can strip a carDavid ClarkeShaun Chuck it in the wash and it'll be grand JamiesonDominicAnna Irish Walrus Forever HjelmroosDanny McLaughlinNo one's ever really gone….. Luke HothLordsmishMichelle BrowneMichaela DoughtyBusterEd BallThe adventures of Indiana Jones and the franchise that just won't dieConor and Lorraine had completely forgot to shorten their long nickname until catching up on the podcast recentlyRuss- Shaun you should know that THIS is the game that you're back in as mentioned by the second best barber-ParfittJackson Brueheim Get access to all our movie reviews here Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Heroes for Hire
Movie Mondays: Oscars 2023 Predicitons!

Heroes for Hire

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2023 62:28


This week we're taking a look at all of the Oscar noms of 2023, talking about the Shazam 2 trailer and of course doing a Dungeons and Dragons Discussion...If you want to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/heroesforhirepodcastTo get Heroes for Hire merch: https://heroesforhire.ie/shopFollow us on Twitter: @Heroes4hirepod , @conlawler , @shaunmeighanFollow us on Facebook:  Det. Divilment's Discussion GroupFollow us on Instagram: heroesforhirepodcastEmail any questions or queries to: HeroesforHire_@outlook.com  Big thanks to our Patrons:Róisín The Wife PalmerJoe BernieRyan Komatsu Dozer Enthusiast EvansonFun Facts with Waffles, Aotearoa New Zealand has the worlds only Alpine Parrot, It's called the kea and a flock can strip a carDavid ClarkeShaun Chuck it in the wash and it'll be grand JamiesonDominicAnna Irish Walrus Forever HjelmroosDanny McLaughlinNo one's ever really gone….. Luke HothLordsmishMichelle BrowneMichaela DoughtyBusterEd BallThe adventures of Indiana Jones and the franchise that just won't dieConor and Lorraine had completely forgot to shorten their long nickname until catching up on the podcast recentlyRuss- Shaun you should know that THIS is the game that you're back in as mentioned by the second best barber-ParfittJackson Brueheim Get access to all our movie reviews here Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

RNZ: Nine To Noon
Book review - three of the best from 2022: A Waiter in Paris by Edward Chisholm, The Myth of Normal by Gabor Mate and Jumping Sundays by Nick Bollinger

RNZ: Nine To Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 5:03


Cynthia Morahan reviews three of her favourite books from last year: A Waiter in Paris by Edward Chisholm, published by Simon and Schuster, The Myth of Normal by Gabor Mate, published by Penguin Random House and Jumping Sundays - The Rise and Fall of the Counterculture in Aotearoa New Zealand by Nick Bollinger, published by Auckland University Press

Full Story
Her own kind of leader – the legacy of Jacinda Ardern

Full Story

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 26:10


Over the past five years the New Zealand prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, garnered admirers around the world with her signature mixture of empathy and strength – qualities that helped steer her country through natural disasters, a pandemic and the Christchurch mosque shooting. However, to Ardern's critics, her soaring rhetoric was not always backed by desired legislative reforms.The Guardians's Aotearoa New Zealand correspondent Tess McClure speaks to Laura Murphy-Oates about Ardern's shock resignation and the legacy she leaves behind

RNZ: Morning Report
USA women's soccer fixtures spike World Cup interest

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 4:31


This week's games between the USA and our own Football Ferns are proving to be the perfect curtain-raiser for the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup. New Zealand will jointly host the event with Australia in July and August. Already, half million tickets have been sold and it's expected next month's qualifying round in Hamilton and Auckland will spike even more interest. Jane Patterson is the Chief Operating Officer FIFA Women's World Cup 2023 for Aotearoa New Zealand. She spoke to Jimmy Ellingham.  

Comics for Fun and Profit
Episode 791: Episode 791 - Jason Interviews Richard Fairgray - Four Color Heroes

Comics for Fun and Profit

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 100:14


Episode 791 - Jason Interviews Richard Fairgray - Four Color HeroesFour-Color Heroes is an LGBTQ+, Upper YA graphic novel written and illustrated by Aotearoa/New Zealand-born creator Richard Fairgray (Black Sand Beach, Blastosaurus). It is a touching love story which follows two star-crossed young men who - in spite of their disparate backgrounds - find escape and one another through the pages of a comic book. The coming-of-age romance is set in a New Zealand high school prior to the passing of the Civil Union Act 2004 (which allowed same-sex couples to enter into a civil union).In light of Fairgray's New Zealand roots and given the Māori heritage of one of Four-Color Heroes' protagonists, the graphic novel will be made available digitally in both English and Te Reo Māori as translated by Komako A. Silver and Alejandra Jensen (The Art of Taonga Puoro).  The graphic novel will be released in English-language print in the summer of 2023.The Four-Color Heroes graphic novel is currently available for pre-order.  Pre-orders made by May 1, 2023, will receive a discounted price of $19.99 and an exclusive print illustrated and signed by creator Richard Fairgray.Buy it: fanbasepress.com/index.php/publishing/comics/four-color-heroes  Support Our Patreon Unlock More C4FaP Bonus Content  https://www.patreon.com/comicsfunprofit Shop Kowabunga's Exclusive Variants https://shopkowabunga.com/shop/ Donations Keep Our Show Going, Please Give https://bit.ly/36s7YeL Get on the Kowabunga (Deep  Discount Comics) FOC and Preorder list http://eepurl.com/dy2Z8D Thank You Shout Out to Our Patrons: Adam P., Eric H., Jon A., Aaron M., Darrin W., Dennis C., David D., Martin F. Email us at: Comicsforfunandprofit@gmail.com - questions, comments, gripes, we can't wait to hear what you have to say. Follow us on twitter.com/ComicsFunProfit & instagram.com/comicsforfunandprofit Like us on Facebook.com/ComicsForFunAndProfit Subscribe, rate, review on itunes, Spotify, Stitcher, YouTube. Thank you so much for listening and spreading the word about our little comic book podcast. All the C4FaP links you could ever need in one place https://beacons.ai/comicsfunprofit Listen To the Episode Here: https://comcsforfunandprofit.podomatic.com/ 

Samoa Feso'ota'i
Samoa Feso'ota'i - Vaa o Manu 22 Dec

Samoa Feso'ota'i

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 12:56


News from Samoa and around Aotearoa New Zealand

Neurodiverging
Dissociative Identity Disorder and Colonial Trauma with Tremaine Ake

Neurodiverging

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 63:45


Tremaine Ake is a writer and podcaster from Aotearoa New Zealand living with Dissociative Identity Disorder and Complex PTSD, who has been in and out of the mental health system in New Zealand since he was fourteen. We're talking about what it's like to experience disassociation, hallucinations, delusions, what it's like to have other personalities, and how colonial trauma has affected Tremaine's mental health as a person of Maori descent. Show notes and transcript: https://www.neurodiverging.com/dissociative-identity-disorder-and-colonial-trauma/ And check out my interview on Tremaine's podcast! We talk about autism and ADHD stereotypes in books and media, the history of psychiatry in the Western world, and why and how language matters: https://open.spotify.com/episode/4VIZBglug4NVQNPmBRqGBu?si=CeexUh_JSt2GBnjJ0TCOWQ Want special access to Patrons-Only videos and many other perks? Consider pledging $1, $5, or $10 a month to fund the Neurodiverging Podcast. Find out more and pledge today at patreon.com/neurodiverging. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/neurodiverging/message

Samoa Feso'ota'i
Samoa Feso'ota'i - Samoa News 22 Dec

Samoa Feso'ota'i

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 31:33


News from Samoa and around Aotearoa New Zealand

Samoa Feso'ota'i
Samoa Feso'ota'i - SF News 22 Dec

Samoa Feso'ota'i

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 14:34


News from Samoa and around Aotearoa New Zealand

Pomegranate Health
[IMJ On-Air] High readmission rates in cirrhotic patients

Pomegranate Health

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 39:50


Pomegranate Health is seeking fresh ears on the Podcast Editorial Group.Responsibilities of group members are to> discuss new podcast topics> suggest themes to explore and people to interview> listen to audio drafts and provide feedback before publicationGroup communication is done informally by email and there's a time commitment of approximately 90 minutes per month. Please download an application form and return it before February 2023 to podcast@racp.edu.au. ******Hospitalisation rates for cirrhosis are increasing in Australia in part associated with the high prevalence of obesity and subsequent non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. More concerning still is the frequency with which discharged patients are readmitted within 30 days. One systematic review put the average readmission rate at 26%, but the studies cited varied greatly in their inclusion and exclusion criteria and not much is known from Australia and Aotearoa-New Zealand. In the December edition of the Internal Medicine Journal researchers at the Austin Hospital Liver Transplant Unit in Melbourne reported a 46% readmission rate among their patients. This was based on a retrospective audit of medical records, which also suggested that a fifth of readmissions might have been preventable. Better adherence to practice guidelines when patients are first hospitalised for cirrhosis may reduce a significant burden on patients and the healthcare system.  GuestsProfessor James O'Beirne FRCP FRACP (Director of Gastroenterology & Hepatology, Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service; University of the Sunshine Coast)Dr Karl Vaz FRACP (Victorian Liver Transplant Unit, Austin Hospital)Key ReferenceKarl Vaz et al. Rate of early hospital readmission amongst cirrhotic patients is high in Australia: experience from a single liver transplant centre Internal Medicine Journl 2021; 52(12)Free access to IMJ for members of the RACPPlease visit the Pomegranate Health web page for a transcript and supporting references. To claim learning credits login to MyCPD. Subscribe to new episode email alerts or search for ‘Pomegranate Health' in Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Castbox, or any podcasting app. 

The Flow Artists Podcast
Kate Riegle van West - The Power of Poi

The Flow Artists Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 49:01


In this episode we are excited to speak with Dr. Kate Riegle van West about her research on the health benefits of Poi. Kate is a scientist, artist, and entrepreneur with a passion for play and wellbeing. She completed her PhD in the health benefits of poi at the University of Auckland, where she conducted the first study to scientifically investigate the effects of poi on physical and cognitive function in older adults. She was awarded the Future Leader Award from the Royal Society of New Zealand and the Best Doctoral Thesis Award for her work in the poi/health field. Kate shares about how she discovered poi through circus - and her early life growing up in a town called Normal, a small American town with a circus history. She shares how a lack of published research was proving to be an obstacle in establishing programs in health settings, which along with the positive effects she noticed in her own brain and body, inspired her to move to Aotearoa New Zealand to conduct the first scientific study on the effects of poi on physical and cognitive function. We talk about the differences between International Poi and Maori Poi and some of the considerations and challenges when researching and sharing practices from another culture, as well as how joining a Kapa Haka group has helped Kate reconnect with the joy of poi. LINKS: Spin Poi website: https://spinpoi.com/ Melbourne training: https://spinpoi.com/services/australia Spinpoi on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/spinpoi/ Garden of Yoga website: https://gardenofyoga.com.au/

Samoa Feso'ota'i
Samoa Feso'ota'i - SF News 15 Dec

Samoa Feso'ota'i

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 11:02


News from Samoa and around Aotearoa New Zealand

Samoa Feso'ota'i
Samoa Feso'ota'i - Vaa o Manu 15 Dec

Samoa Feso'ota'i

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 14:06


News from Samoa and around Aotearoa New Zealand

New Zealand History
Making Space: A history of New Zealand women in architecture

New Zealand History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 44:44


Brilliant, hardworking and creative, women architects have made many significant contributions to the built environment, creativity and community of Aotearoa New Zealand. A ground-breaking new book, Making Space, tells the story of women making space for themselves in a male-dominated profession while designing architectural, landscape and urban spaces over a century. Edited by Elizabeth Cox and written by 30 women architects, architectural historians and academics, the book's bold, vivid chapters shine light on hundreds of remarkable women, including many whose careers have until now been lost to the historical record. Elizabeth and authors Divya Purushotham and Mary-Jane Duffy discuss the many challenges and triumphs of women architects in Aotearoa. These monthly Public History Talks are a collaboration between the Alexander Turnbull Library and Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage. Recorded live on 2 November 2022. Download a transcript of this talk: https://nzhistory.govt.nz/files/pdfs/making-space-transcript.pdf

Samoa Feso'ota'i
Samoa Feso'ota'i- Samoa News 9 Dec

Samoa Feso'ota'i

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 23:39


News from Samoa and around Aotearoa New Zealand

Samoa Feso'ota'i
Samoa Feso'ota'i - SF News Dec 9

Samoa Feso'ota'i

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 12:02


News from Samoa and around Aotearoa New Zealand

Samoa Feso'ota'i
Samoa Feso'ota'i - SF News 8 Dec

Samoa Feso'ota'i

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 10:13


News from Samoa and around Aotearoa New Zealand

Samoa Feso'ota'i
Samoa Feso'ota'i - Vaa o manu 8 Dec

Samoa Feso'ota'i

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 11:45


News from Samoa and around Aotearoa New Zealand

Samoa Feso'ota'i
Samoa Feso'ota'i - Vai Suli Interview 8 Dec

Samoa Feso'ota'i

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 16:10


News from Samoa and around Aotearoa New Zealand

Samoa Feso'ota'i
Samoa Feso'ota'i - Samoa News 8 Dec

Samoa Feso'ota'i

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 31:54


News from Samoa and around Aotearoa New Zealand

Fourth Estate
Journalism Across The Tasman- A New Zealand Special

Fourth Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 36:10


What is the role of a journalist and what makes New Zealand journalism unique? In this episode, we compare Australian and New Zealand journalism and discuss the 'Worlds of Journalism Study 2.0. Journalists in Aotearoa/ New Zealand' report. Marlene Even spoke with the lead researcher of the report Associate Professor Dr James Hollings and Carmen Parahi, Pou Tiaki matua of Stuff.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Seeds
Meng Foon on Race Relations in Aotearoa New Zealand

Seeds

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 16:33


The Race Relations Commissioner Meng Foon joined the last Impact Call and in this episode we hear about the work they are doing.  In his role he is responsible for leading the work of the Human Rights Commission in promoting positive race relations.  It was great to hear in detail what they are involved in today.  If you like this content then make sure to check out the 330+ other interviews in the back catalogue at www.theseeds.nz  Website: New Zealand Human Right Commission (hrc.co.nz) Seeds podcast www.theseeds.nz 

RNZ: Morning Report
Michael Baker on Covid-19 Royal Commission

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 5:23


Epidemiologist Michael Baker says a Royal Commission into the response to the Covid-19 pandemic is necessary, and he's been calling for one for around two years. Officially titled the 'Royal Commission of Inquiry into Lessons Learned from Aotearoa New Zealand's Response to COVID-19 That Should Be Applied in Preparation for a Future Pandemic' - a bit of a mouthful - the Inquiry will begin in February and must be completed by the 26th of June, 2024. The terms of reference make clear it will be a forward-thinking inquiry, and include the legislative decisions, health response, and economic decisions. The Inquiry's chair, Professor Tony Blakely, says it will likely shape the country's pandemic planning in future. Baker spoke to Mani Dunlop.

Native Stories
Temaʻuonukuhiva Teʻikitekahioho-Wolff

Native Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 39:20


Temaʻuounukuhiva Teʻikitekahioho-Wolff was born in Hilo, Hawaiʻi and raised in the district of Puna. He went to Ke Kula o Nāwahīokalaniʻōpuʻu, a Hawaiian language immersion school, where he learned Hawaiian language. He is of ʻEnana (Marquesan), Hawaiian, Chinese, Dutch and American descent. He currently lives in Aotearoa New Zealand with his partner and in 2020 pursued a Masters of Māori and Pacific Development from the University of Waikato while writing his thesis on the ancestral fishing methods of Nukuhiva. He speaks English, Hawaiian and Marquesan and is learning to speak French and Māori. His interests are in Polynesian linguistics and culture, connecting people throughout the Pacific and enjoying the ocean, whether it be through fishing, diving or surfing.

Samoa Feso'ota'i
Samoa Feso'ota'i - Samoa News 2 Dec

Samoa Feso'ota'i

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 34:16


News from Samoa and around Aotearoa New Zealand

Movie Reviews in 20 Q’s
Ep 217 - Black Panther 2: Wakanda Forever w/ History of Aotearoa New Zealand and Waffles and Mates Talk About Things

Movie Reviews in 20 Q’s

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 69:22


Good friends of the show Thomas (History of Aotearoa New Zealand) and Waffles (Waffles and Mates Talk About Things) are back to coax Sam back on the show, and throw 20 Q's at the new Marvel film, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. Featuring Q's like: Who wins in a fight, Namor, Aquaman, or The Deep? Who would be the worst character to become the Black Panther? Forget feet, is Namor into ankle stuff? But of course the best questions are from our premier Patreons: Emily, Julio, Dave, Dan, Chris, Nerdtrovert and Nick! Wanna join them and help shape the show? Well you can join them here: www.patreon.com/mritqs Emily also has her own podcast, which you can find here: https://www.tastelesspod.com/ As does Julio! Find it here: http://www.wearethecontrarians.com/ And check out Dave's stuff! You can find it here: https://www.patreon.com/yourfavorite And of course Dan, at https://www.netflixnswill.com/ Also Nick! Just search out Nikolis Kitchen ALSO! Wanna buy Sam's book? It's available on most of the major websites (Amazon, Book Depository etc), just search out "Sam Hurley Compliance" and ya should find it.  SOCIALS: You can contact us here on Twitter: www.twitter.com/moviereviewsin Or here on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MovieReviewsIn20Qs Or via email at mritqs@gmail.com Cheers!  

The HPP Podcast
S2 Ep. 40 Exploring Maori Frameworks in Aotearoa New Zealand and Abroad: Replay of Conversation with Dr. Christina Severinsen, Angelique Reweti, and Cynthia Begay

The HPP Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 34:28


"It really encourages us to think about how we draw on those rich resources of knowledge and expertise that are already within our local communities. So, you know, where he saw Waka Ama is a really positive example of health promotion within an Indigenous Maori context, where those Maori values and practices are really foundational to the every day being." In this episode, Dr. Christina Severinsen, Angelique Reweti, and Cynthia Begay talk about their work as Native and Indigenous researchers. Dr. Christina Severinsen Angelique Reweti are authors of a paper in Health Promotion Practice's 3rd annual Native and Indigenous Voices Collection. Their paper and discussion of Maori values are reflected in Cynthia Begay's upcoming paper about Native people experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles. This episode discusses the article "Waiora: Connecting People, Well-Being, and Environment Through Waka Ama in Aotearoa New Zealand" by Christina Severinsen, PhD and Angelique Reweti, BHlthSc. The Waka Ama short film can be viewed on Youtube. Health Promotion Practice's Paper of the Year and supporting content is available at SAGE. If you have a moment, please provide your feedback here on what we are doing well and where we can improve!

RNZ: Nine To Noon
NZ's natural beauty: geologically speaking

RNZ: Nine To Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 27:14


Geologist Bruce Hayward's latest book Mountains, Volcanoes, Coasts and Caves: Origins of Aotearoa New Zealand's Natural Wonders takes the reader around the motu. It tells of the history and geology of land forms, landscapes and coastal wonders, and contains pictures and aerial photography by Alastair Jamieson and Lloyd Homer.

PMN Tonga
UWC Aotearoa New Zealand offering an opportunity to study overseas in Singapore.

PMN Tonga

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 10:30


We're joined now on #PacificDays by Lucy Telfar Barnard Chair of the United World Colleges (UWC) Aotearoa New Zealand National Committee to talanoa about an amazing scholarship opportunity to study in Singapore for two years.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

New Books Network
Anna Pendergrast and Kelly Pendergrast, "More Zeros and Ones: Digital Technology, Maintenance and Equity in Aotearoa New Zealand" (Bridget Williams Books, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 55:28


Many of today's digital technologies inadvertently amplify the power structures and prejudices of wider society. By examining the way digital tools and platforms are designed, built, and maintained, this BWB Text aims to identify how we can do better for everyone in Aotearoa. Following on from the success of Shouting Zeros and Ones (BWB Texts), More Zeros and Ones: Digital Technology, Maintenance and Equity in Aotearoa New Zealand (Bridget Williams Books, 2022) includes writers with specific expertise in applying topics such as environmental science, law, and Te Tiriti o Waitangi to recent developments in technology. More Zeros and Ones continues the exploration of emerging issues for digital technology and society in Aotearoa New Zealand. Contributors Dr Nessa Lynch, Amber Craig, Hīria Te Rangi, Dr Sarah Bickerton, Sarah Pritchett, Hannah Blumhardt, Dr Paul Smith, Professor Graeme Austin, Siobhan McCarthy, Dr Karaitiana Taiuru, Dr Andrew Chen, Dr Karly Burch, Dr Moana Nepia, Nicholas Jones, Dr Marama Muru-Lanning, Dr Henry Williams, Mira O'Connor, and Professor Anna Brown. Key Point About the Book: Highlights the opportunities created when using inclusive approaches in the development of new technology Discusses ‘systemic oppression' in the creation of technology for the general consumer Brings to light the dangers of creating new technologies without input from the people most affected by them Ed Amon has a Master of Indigenous Studies from the University of Auckland, New Zealand. He is a columnist at his local paper: Hibiscus Matters, and a Stand-up Comedian. His main interests are indigenous studies, politics, history, and cricket. Follow him on twitter @edamoned or email him at edamonnz@gmail.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Reimagining Justice
A national strategy for civil justice: Going beyond the known

Reimagining Justice

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 38:17


In episode no. 90, my guest is Bridgette Toy-Cronin, Director, Civil Justice Centre, Co-Director, Otago Centre for Law and Society and Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Law, University of Otago. We cover: The access to justice issues in Aotearoa New Zealand; Key aims of the ‘Wayfinding for civil justice' project; How the project commenced at the start of the pandemic with a hui; The other jurisdictions the working group looked to for guidance on this project; How the project is doing two related but different things at the same time; Factors peculiar to Aotearoa New Zealand that are facilitating the entire process; The diversity of the working group, and which organisations have made submissions to the consultation process; Early findings about what will assist going forward; Funding sources for this stakeholder-led strategy, and for the recommendations; Gaps that have been identified through this work; Different approaches to legal innovation in Aotearoa New Zealand; The intersection of customary Māori law and the mainstream justice system; How Māori principles are influencing procedure including process in the District Court, mediation and dispute resolution; How ‘innovation' and ‘technology' are often conflated; and Bridgette's definition of legal innovation. Proudly sponsored by Neota!   Links: Wayfinding for Civil Justice Neota Logic Solution Gallery Neota Logic Churchill Trust Project Andrea Perry-Petersen – LinkedIn - Twitter @winkiepp – andreaperrypetersen.com.au Twitter - @ReimaginingJ Facebook – Reimagining Justice group

Serato Unscripted
#56 Spell

Serato Unscripted

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 109:28


On this episode of Unscripted, Matt Perry talks to Spell, a world-class DJ and Beat Maker from Aotearoa New Zealand. Spell has grown a loyal following on Twitch with his humourous and entertaining conversations.

Voices of Esalen
Esselen Tribe of Monterey County in Dialogue with Esalen Institute

Voices of Esalen

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 58:04


Today we're sharing a conversation that took place in October, 2022, between members of the Esselen Tribe of Monterey County and the Esalen Institute. Representing the Esselen tribe are Jana Nason and Stephen Vicente Arevalo. Jana Nason is an Esselen and Rumsen descendant, and an enrolled tribal member of the ETMC. She is the nonprofit secretary, and serves on the Tribal Council as Tribal Administrator and Secretary, Publications Chair, and Cultural Resource Committee member. She also manages the Cultural Archeological Monitoring program and serves her Tribe in that capacity. She is dedicated to educations, and protecting and preserving the cultural heritage and ancestral sacred sites.   Stephen Arevalo is a Esselen and Rumsen descendant. He currently serves on the ETMC Tribal Council as well on the Cultural Resource Committee. Stephen serves his Tribe on many levels and is a tribal cultural archeological monitor. He is deeply passionate about his ancestry and has started a language re-learning class for tribal members. He is an educational speaker, and an active community member. Representing Esalen Institute is Douglas Drummond. Douglas serves as the Director for Healing Arts and Somatics and the Director of Community Alliance at Esalen Institute. He is also faculty. Douglas is originally from Aotearoa New Zealand and now makes his home in Big Sur, California in Esselen Territory, with his family. Learn more about the Esselen Tribe at https://www.esselentribe.org/ Coming soon at Esalen: Healing Waters: The Medicine Wheel and Embodied Motion November 14–18, 2022 with Cari Herthel, Douglas Drummond, and guest musician Nick Ayers Where have you come from? Where are you now? Where are you going? We are continuously challenged to find our true purpose and meaning — our ‘direction' in life. Unconditionally, you are invited to question your direction deeply with a very special union of The Esselen Tribe of Monterey County and the Esalen Institute.Through Healing Waters, we weave the deep knowledge of the medicine wheel, led by Esselen Tribal Medicine Woman Cari Herthel, with the powerful and moving meditation practice of the 5Rhythms®, led by facilitator Douglas Drummond. This week-long exploration into sacred ritual practice and deep intentional movement explores the teachings of the Four Directions within the medicine wheel. We will embrace this knowledge and guidance through ceremony and storytelling, integrating the unique teachings through the 5Rhythms® moving meditation practice. This unification is metaphorically two rivers flowing together into a shared source. Honoring the mana/matsa — the life force — of the healing waters flowing through the sacred land at the Esalen Institute, we will set an intention to gather in community. We will share our stories, honor our differences, and celebrate our unique directions as waypoints that center us. We will breathe life into the endless directions our journeys can lead. In this dynamic program, we will explore: Dance Plant rituals Group sharing Sensory awareness Leadership exercises All levels of experience are welcome. Bring your curiosity and willingness to explore. The Esalen Institute is deeply honored to welcome back the Esselen Tribe of Monterey County to our workshop schedule. This collaboration will be the first in over 10 years, and it will be the catalyst for future partnerships. Acknowledging the presence of the people from this land, on this land, will be a powerful offering for our week together. https://www.esalen.org/workshops/healing-waters-the-medicine-wheel-and-embodied-motion-111422