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"australia new zealand" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"australia new zealand" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Animal Kerr decided the second horse found did not seem malnourished and issued no citations to the animals owner the region's Judy when reports well now the horse's owner is defending himself he says the situation is not what you may think well Beltran owns the property or sixty first and carburetor in eagle what he says he brought two horses over from his Mendota ranch one was sick and since he works in the city he wanted to keep a closer eye on him and to give the force daily meds on the southwest side Judy when WGN news those passengers who had been stuck on the quarantine diamond princess cruise ship in Japan because of corona virus spreading on board are now finally off the ship the Americans evacuated to the United States ABC's Alex stone has more on board the two Boeing seven forty seven to touch down in the U. S. today over three hundred Americans who have been on the diamond princess among those allowed to fly back to the U. S. fourteen Americans who tested positive for corona virus but were not showing symptoms in total four hundred fifty four one aide who had been on board the diamond princess ended up testing positive most of them are still in Japan all of the healthy evacuees are now being quarantined on U. S. military bases for fourteen days and like stone EBC there General Motors is pulling out of Australia New Zealand and Thailand winding down operations for its historic holding brand in Australia and New Zealand in twenty twenty one it plans to sell a tie factory to China and withdraw Chevrolet from Thailand by the end of this year let's go to ABC's Jennifer and Wilson in Detroit in a statement GM CEO Mary Barra it said in part we are restructuring our international operations focusing on markets where we have the right strategy and prioritizing global investments that will drive growth in the future of mobility especially in the areas of E. vis and ATVs General Motors says its Australian officials are dismayed calling it a very disappointing outcome Indiana environmentalists are trying to figure out what killed a group of fish on the little Calumet river east range near portage marina the region Steve Bertrand has the report it appears only shed are impacted not other wildlife the kill is near Miller west Germans marina the state is they haven't figured out of because you had last year the Tribune reported are similar middle because the toxic spill that killed three thousand fish on the river Stever trend WGN news and police confirming a shooting on the Chicago sky way earlier this afternoon a thirty two year old man sustained a gunshot wound to the left leg while riding as a passenger in a car a gray colored van pulled up alongside the vehicle and began firing the man was taken to a hospital and is in stable condition police still investigating the median sports here's Kevin politicking Janet was Chicago native Anthony Davis sealing the deal for team lebron last night in the NBA is newly formatted all star game one three either one of those it was one of the.

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"australia new zealand" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"australia new zealand" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Motors says it will no longer do business in Australia New Zealand and Thailand it's part of the company's plan to get out of markets but don't produce adequate returns on investments more rain expected in Mississippi over the next few days including in the capital Jackson which doesn't need anymore says corresponded Evan Haining if the Pearl River crest just six inches higher than the thirty seven and a half feet experts predict officials say six feet of water could flood many homes governor Tate Reese's keeping a state of emergency in effect and warning residents who see rising water to evacuate without Dally and it's February so that means no says meteorologist Jeanne normalizes in the Great Lakes and even northern New England could see anywhere from four to six inches of me a couple of isolated spots and see about a foot and then the cold air return by Wednesday if you have the day off I hope you get a chance to enjoy it officials in fort Lauderdale Florida confirming that more than two hundred eleven million gallons of sewage has spilled in the city's water weight in the past few months the city's old sewer pipes broke six times in December Christopher Cruz sponsored by modern partners LLC text and data rates may apply if you've been keeping an eye on the market then you know it's five G. technology is set to take over the telecommunications sector at any minute high speed internet that's a hundred times faster than anything available now powerful enough to enable companies to finally realize the potential of self driving cars remote surgery plus internet access fast enough to download entire movies in just a couple of seconds the company that manufactures the key component that powers the five G. revolution is the cornerstone of the near future report by analysts Jeff brown that shows you the top tech stocks that will help you to invest in the early stages of the five G. revolution text the word tack to seven six two eight zero now to get the near future report we'll send you a link to your free video presentation directly to your mobile device or computer getting in on the ground floor of this five G. revolution with the near future report you'll learn about the device that every American will meet in the early stages of five G. tex Texas seven six two eight zero to see the near future reports text the word tax to seven six two eight zero the Super Bowl of NASCAR was planned for yesterday but mother nature had other plans the Daytona five hundred has been postponed by rain for the first time since twenty twelve NASCAR announced the postponement on Twitter the sixty second running of the Daytona five hundred will resume this afternoon at four eastern time it's the second time in sixty two years the race will finish on a Monday or sponsored bill Michaels yesterday president trump became the second president to attend the Daytona five hundred and as grand marshal he had the honor of commanding drivers to start their engines trump made a grand entrance before the start of the race he gave thousands of fans a flyover of airforce one then rode on to the track in the presidential motorcade Florida is just one of the few states that swing between.

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"australia new zealand" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"australia new zealand" Discussed on KGO 810

"Motors says it will no longer do business in Australia New Zealand and Thailand it's part of the company's plan to get out of markets but don't produce adequate returns on investments more rain expected in Mississippi over the next few days including in the capital Jackson which doesn't need anymore says correspondent in Haining if the Pearl River crest just six inches higher than the thirty seven and a half feet experts predict officials say six feet of water could flood many homes governor Tate Reese's keeping a state of emergency in effect and warning residents who see rising water to evacuate without dallying it's February so that means snow says meteorologist Jeanne normalizes in the Great Lakes and even northern New England could see anywhere from four to six inches of the a couple of isolated spots and see about a foot and then the cold air will return by Wednesday if you have the day off I'll be a chance to enjoy it officials in fort Lauderdale Florida confirming that more than two hundred eleven million gallons of sewage has spilled in the city's water weight in the past few months the city's old sewer pipes broke six times in December one Christopher Cruz it's mattress firm presidents day sale right now see what the six hundred dollars when you get a king bed and a queen price and a queen for twins like a sort of perfect sleeper queen mattress now just for ninety nine ninety nine plus the call for you just will breeze when you spend just four hundred ninety nine dollars we visit matches firm dot com or store near you for our deal of the year your budget stretches further mattress firm of about twelve one purchase restrictions apply this message from a counsellor sale Jeff brown that shows you the top tech stocks that will help you to invest in the early stages of the five G. revolution text the word tack to seven six two eight zero now to get the near future report we'll send you a link to your free video presentation directly to your mobile device or computer get in on the ground floor of this five G. revolution with the near future report you'll learn about the device that every American will meet in the early stages of five G. tex Texas seven six two eight zero to see the near future report text the word tack to seven six two eight zero the Super Bowl of NASCAR was planned for yesterday but mother nature had other plans the Daytona five hundred has been postponed by rain for the first time since twenty twelve NASCAR announced the postponement on Twitter the sixty second running of the Daytona five hundred will resume this afternoon at four eastern time it's the second time in sixty two years the race will finish on a Monday or responded bill Michaels yesterday president trump became the second president to attend the Daytona five hundred and as grand marshal he had the honor of commanding drivers to start their engines trump made a grand entrance before the start of the race he gave thousands of fans a flyover of Air Force One then rode on to the track in the presidential motorcade Florida is just one of the few states that swing between.

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"australia new zealand" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"australia new zealand" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The vents and you get an extra bonus so good Adam won't let me mention it on air the number is eight three three eighty three valor that's eight three three eighty three valor or visit valor exteriors dot com it's seven fifty three time for a look at your money here's John Matthews shares opened higher in Europe after a mixed session in Asia U. S. markets will be closed for presidents day wallstreet ended last week with major indexes notching a second straight weekly gains General Motors has it's pulling out of Australia New Zealand and Thailand as part of a strategy to exit markets that don't produce adequate returns on investment GM also plans to sell its factory in Thailand and China and withdraw the Chevrolet brand from Thailand by the end of this year the Japanese economy shrank in an annual pace of six point three percent last quarter is growth was battered by typhoon and lower consumer spending the data comes amid looming fears about the economic damage expected from a novel coronavirus end of it companies are using a loophole in Colorado strict limits on the marijuana advertising by sponsoring state highways in putting their names on road side signs the Denver post reports fifty one cannabis companies currently sponsor roadways throughout the state I'm John Matthews on WMAL today at four one upgrade your smile but can't afford the high price there's something for everyone game changer Hey guys this is an Hogan I'm showing you a new trend that could take next level team to give you.

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"australia new zealand" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"australia new zealand" Discussed on KOMO

"You can follow along it's like I'm literally over the North Pole right now in that crazy yeah yeah it almost at the other side of the will of the world right I known right I know it is pretty cool so here's a little question I don't know if you can answer this and I want to put you on the spot but you know we're all family here so if you want to tell the secret he could tell secret so Australia New Zealand that's one spot that you can't get to you can get there on in Vancouver at Vancouver International Airport but you can't do it out of Seattle any talks any rumors that we might be getting and Australia New Zealand service nonstop from Seattle at this point what I say all the time and that's probably what people it may get pressure with is that we are always negotiate and talking to different airlines and it's really up to them as to when they may end up pulling the trigger so another addition that come in here by the end of the year is that Singapore Airlines they're going to be added here as well too so that's another connection so we've got a lot of connections like we talked about earlier you can they can get you to those places may not be direct at this point but there's still a lot of connections in fact I was talking with one of our international marketing folks the other day that's actually one aspect of a lot of travelers is they don't some of there's a group account traveler don't necessarily want to make that nonstop connection with the state twelve fifteen hour leg they'd rather have a one stop there whether it's through a Tokyo or through yeah yeah through a career something like that and then have that one stop and make the right I got to cut off right there we'll be right back who is Tom sure what your status updates say with every ounce of your being help update the status of a person and in turn they did the same for you.

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"australia new zealand" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"australia new zealand" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I will be you know that. Oh, I didn't know. Oh, you see. That's the problem. The message is getting out, but I want I don't wanna lose listeners like you in obscure places on earth. Because you're you're what you're what makes the tapestry of the Savage Nation. So rich now just to review now, your family name, Trump, your uncle was a bugler in World War One. Where is she buried? I ferry the in Los Angeles, California forest swamp. Yeah. And how did how did you feel and I know this is a little dicey. How did you feel when you read that the president didn't make it to the US woman memorial in France because of the weather I was disappointed, but they also weather and the helicopter and all that. But these two web for one of them. All right. Well, let's look you're a great woman, and you should be proud of the family name. And what your uncle did? And I'm sending you stop mass hysteria brand new hardcover copy. Just for you and stay on the line. We'll get your address. Okay. Unbelievable. All right. Let's go to the rest of the callers on the Savage Nation. You never would think that someone's name was Trump and their uncle was abused or in World War One. I never would have thought of a call like that. Right. Astounding. Well, what do you want me to talk about now because I got callers on everything and Edmund on ks Afo is he still there Edmond? Welcome to the program. I'm still there. Okay. Quickfire away. Yes. Michael. You are absolutely correct. About the effect of World War One on the on the moral physician of western civilization in Europe. Yes. They also wait let let me repeat what I said, the the great loss of of young men, boys. Eighteen nineteen twenty years old. In the millions, France, Germany, England, Russia, Australia, New Zealand and America accounts for the collapse of western civilization today. Moral the loss of moral and practical wisdom, the fathers. Okay. Well, I don't think anyone's written about what the loss of all these young men has done to the nations that were affected by it. I mean, we talk about it in the in the abstract. But when you see that Asia is on the rise, mainly China, and that the west is on a decline you have to ask yourself. How did this suddenly happen? So fast, right. Yes. All right. Well, I'm glad you see the bigger picture. But look if you read if you're at Spangler at anytime, the the I think the death of the west and Spain was book was published in the early nineteen hundreds I believe in one thousand nine hundred eighty two from off after US, pardon me. It's a spontaneous radio show. And I've gotta go based on memory. When Spangler wrote the death of the west he said that as the attic nations would rise as western nations would fall he said that he said that before World War One if I'm not mistaken. So maybe it wasn't that the Asian nations would rise in the western nations would fall, but when you add in the degenerates in the anti-american, Vermont who are pushing as hard as they can to bring down the entire edifice of the nation. And then you've got the enemies without and the enemies within you ask yourself, how long can this temple STAN, I'm reminded visually of a movie called Samson and Delilah that I saw as a little boy, you know, things stick with you. Guy. Played Samson was victim. It sure is a bad actor, but he played Samson, you know. Okay. So he's in the Roman a arena, they blinded him Geoff's. It scared me as a kid the Geoff's put the hot pokers into the fire Samson have been captured by the Philistines Samson was tied up. And he couldn't fight back. And they brought in these little Joyce which scared me as a kid in the jaws put the hot pokers and the fire until they were glowing glowing red hot, and then a Samson squirm they burnt this is out, and then they took the blinded. Samson the once-proud proud powerful Jew and they throw them into the Roman arena. And then you saw the pagan Romans cheering and laughing and mocking Sampson who is now blind and flailing around didn't know where he was and as the movie was written. I don't know who wrote it Samson goes and starts to put his hands against the two pillars to of the pillars that are upholding the entire stadium of the pagan Romans, and he pushes with all his might and the Romans a laughing look at that man blind and foolish. She can't do anything. He's finished. And he keeps pushing and pushing left to right right to left with all his might. And as a as a movie goes you see slight cracks in the pillars. It was really artfully done. And then the Romans did not laughing so much more cracks, and we'll Sampson keeps pushing and pushing until the pillars collapse in the entire Roman arena collapses and all of the all of the generate Romans scream and run out in their togas. What does that have to do with anything? I have. I've no idea. What it has to do with anything? Maybe it's symbolic. Maybe it isn't. Maybe you could draw something from it. Maybe you can't. But I want to go to a man is on the fire line right now have been waiting for someone to call from the fires. This is biblical. And in proportion. I'm only getting the residual. I'm only getting the ash and the smoke down here in the San Francisco area in all the years. I've lived here since nineteen seventy four I've never experienced air as bad as this here. I did when I lived in New York in the sixties it was as bad as this every day. But then they cleaned up New York. And one thing we have out here is fairly clean air. It's one of the reasons I moved here. But look at the people who've lost their houses look at the loss of property and lives up there. And you've got fools on both sides trying to blame people for the fire. You got the morons on the conservative side saying, oh, beginning environmental wackos didn't clear cut the forest then you got the idiots like Jerry Brown saying it's because of the climate. Deniers using tragedy like this. To sell their political point of view is a crime unto itself. Paul on line six I believe it's line six. You are calling from the fire line is that correct? Yeah. I'm here. I'm here. It's park. I drive the cheese. What they call it. A forestry degree in geology. I've got a lot of this stuff. This is the worst I've ever seen in my life. Now, Paul you're on the fire line in which particular area right off northern California. Correct. Yeah. I'm I'm on a hill prop right now. Vs. Sleep in between. That they send us hold on. I'm getting too old for this stuff. They called me and from I'm sixty six years old, man. You're amazing Paul what are you hearing as to the cause? Now PG, and he took the blame the first day that a transmitter blew up is that what you're hearing. Well. Yes. But I think it was actually a glass fire. Most people don't know what. Last fires are. Wait. Did you say a glass fire or a grass fire? L A S S. All right. What is a glass? Fire people throw their beer balls, pop bottles, all their windows if they grind along and Bill. When the sun hit some just write it will cause a hot spot just like a magnifying west. Okay. And and I.

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"australia new zealand" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

04:54 min | 3 years ago

"australia new zealand" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"That could be coming to a country near you like right here anyway it looks like australia new zealand's economy very strong and really lifting up some of the pacific rim mutual funds and stocks so they continue to surge the asia pacific stocks are gaining significantly on those two economies switzerland and norway switzerland norway others keeping interest rates on hold again they're in a quandary about what to do with interest rates i'm glad the federal reserve is doing what it's doing this federal reserve is on top of it i like what jerome powell said yesterday in portugal he was on a panel of for the european central bank in in portugal and he is one of the things that he said is a bit concerning and he is concerned that he is hearing that companies because of tariffs are beginning to revise their forecasts and maybe holding back on some of their investments that is not good news folks that is the nightmare scenario that i've been very afraid of when it comes to tariffs that's why we've gotta get this resolved very very quickly and when i say very quickly i don't mean by the end of the year i mean ideally by the end of this month but certainly early part of next month this has to start to get resolved we've got to start seeing some things get resolved because it's gone on too long and now you've got corporate america starting to get concerned about what's going on and how this is going to impact their bottom line and their ability to expand and grow that's a problem so we've got to be very careful listen we are in an unbelievable situation a situation that we have not seen for many many many years and i would submit to you for a lot of you listening you might not have even been born yet when when we had an opportunity in the economy like we have right now for growth and a thriving economy the opportunity is there and as a matter of fact i would say that the opportunity has started about six months ago starting to play out endure matic fashion but just as it has started to play out about six months ago for the next six months it can start to pull down what is already played out and that is a problem and ought to be a concern it is the sad part it is very hard to maintain the optimism of corporate america when even corporate america's no different than the american people and they are seen nothing about what is going on obviously they are financial expert birds that are doing the analytical work and following this stuff very closely no doubt about it we know that but at the same time they're not hearing the same level of optimism that we know ought to be the same level of optimism in corporate america that ought to be that we have right now in in consumers not hearing that because the national news is not covering any of the good none of it and there is far far far more good than there is bad and this is why we can't stand to watch the news anymore maybe i'm just speaking for myself but not based on the people that i talked to everybody is sick and tired of it it's the same stories over and over and over again and they are to the point where they don't even attempt to put a different spin on it it's the same stories over and over again now i have gotten to the point where i'm only listening to financial news and i've narrowed that down to two financial news networks neither networks you would probably expect that i've narrowed it down to but i'm sick and tired i don't wanna see i don't wanna see mainstream media news in the mid off of financial network i'd rather see an interview with some ceo that is making some great strides in getting something done for america or a ceo that is hurting america whatever the case is i personally want to see what's going on in the economy and try to track that as best i can and you can't do it on mainstream media because nobody's talking.

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"australia new zealand" Discussed on Wall Street Business Network AM 760

Wall Street Business Network AM 760

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"australia new zealand" Discussed on Wall Street Business Network AM 760

"It says you're in better health because your blood pressure is closer to where it ought to be car and cardiovascular disease heart attacks so that's a valid validated surrogate endpoint the other two the two conditions that are necessary for fda to grant and accelerated approval are that the that there needs to be an an unmet medical need and it needs to be for a serious or life threatening condition or disease so that would be something like pancreatic cancer or lou gehrig's disease for example and the manufacturer granted an accelerated approval has to commit to doing definitive studies after the drug is approved or fda can withdraw from the market so that's one mechanism that we proposed and the reason that that's important is once you get a drug out on the market even if it's the an accelerated or or additional approval it can then be used off label for other things there's the medical literature finds that say an ls drug lou gehrig's disease drug might be useful for multiple sclerosis for example or or something else so that's that's the accelerated approval part our second proposal whereas reciprocity if approvals with similar regulatory agencies fda's counterparts abroad so in a enfor reciprocity a drug that was approved by fda or say by the european union scandinavian fda's canada australia new zealand would automatically be approved by all the others and that way you'd have competition for first approval but more important once the first country approved that it would be available in all the others and and that would solve two problems it would put more drugs into the marketplace that's more competition and downward pressure on on prices but it would solve another problem as well as serious problem and that's that we have critical drug shortages in this country most of the shortages are sterile injectable drugs old drugs that might have a single manufacturer so if the manufacturers has a glitch in the in the process or needs to revamp the plant or they have contamination and the plant data there's no source of this drug in this country and there's a shortage and there are many of these and many of these are important drugs that are used by emt's that are used in hospital emergency rooms and i see us and that were short up so if we had reciprocity they could be these drugs could be immediately imported or would being normally on the market here from other countries things like adrenaline drugs for an emergency psychiatric treatment sterile intravenous solutions all of these are.

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"australia new zealand" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"australia new zealand" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Stake by only having enrichment if they had gone further and actually tested a bomb and tested missiles that could reach the american mainland then they would get a deal with the united states the united states also would be hearing to this is a very very dangerous development not to say that we shouldn't have to deal with the north koreans but not at the expense of killing the existing deal that actually is working what do you think about that colonel about what incentive messages the current sort of dualtrack sends oh i agree with treaty if our sitting in tehran right now whether our leading the our g c or our our the i toll or indeed president hunting i would come to the same conclusion the way to beat the united states is to build a nuclear weapon then negotiate and i would start forthwith colonel what do you see as the consequences if the us were to pull out of this deal given that it's negotiated with a bunch of other countries including russia china and some of our closest allies i think we continue to put real ruptures in the transatlantic link i think we continue to send signals to our allies in the pacific japan korea australia new zealand there were no longer trustworthy and i think we start a situation that will fold as tree to indicated right into bb netanyahu in have ignore lieberman's plans and that is for the united states to take ron on change the regime there and keep the region destabilized because as long as it's destabilize then neither the persians nor the arabs can get together against israel treat a where do you think mattis is on this i think matt is came in mattis has a history of being quite hawkish on yvonne he got fired from the obama administration because he actually wanted to have a small confrontation with iran he believed that is small war would actually be necessary to push back iranians i think he has kind of changed is my not in the sense that he's a fan of the nuclear deal or did he's changes mind about the is i think is changes mind because he's fearful of the united states being at war with a country like iran when the commander in chief is name.

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"australia new zealand" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"australia new zealand" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"A lot of time for example in here your face processing strategy we've also entered into a partnership to be fixed sporting from australia cadillac sporting for us there's a real focus on her friends a real focus on the consumer side is a migration of business totally from being more of a business today more to save and that does bring focus on the consumer and consumer brands for a strategy that's a fantastic opportunity which is connecting this brand's into the business and the in china and says i think part of a significant opportunity for us as an organization new zealand in terms of appealing to that chinese lockers question in new zealand has done an amazing job of fielding brand and we have operations here in australia and new zealand new zealand dispensary inspiration for the ice in middle foster share in different ways both of them have a an image being very clean and green and healthy new zealand's more strongly around the dairy stays there is successful film industry tourism australia's is a little more complex gizmo complex because of the size of about country and the diversity i think i'm very very strong brands from atmosphere and individually opportunity sorry we're looking at new zealand perhaps might not have the same resonance in the engine is an australian reciprocally things in his strategy that strategy has unique password resume that was nick dowling ceo for australia and new zealand over at new hope group speaking to bloomberg's heidi london well egyptian shares have extended their rally this year to push the benchmark index beyond its pre currency float level boosted by speculation that economic reforms will continue to benefit local companies were joined now by our middle east equities reporter felipe fish echo philippa you bring us a chart as always it's g hashtag btv eight zero eight seven pull it up on the bloomberg when i look at this it's suggests there might be some room to go for japan stocks am wasn't fifty insistent that there's been a lot going on within egypt there was a master devaluation of the currency that happened at the end of two dozen sixteen and since then stocks have been catching up quite a bit we could see some an extension of this rally in the next few sessions or a few weeks but maybe there could be a repricing of stocks in cairo because of how the they might be getting expensive.

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"australia new zealand" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"australia new zealand" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Reach out to each other so that was actually quite vital in my view and you know they needed good hugh hewitt anyway and kim jongun also has been declaring that he's nucleararmed that program has been completed so he had all the excuse used to go ahead with extending an olive branch all right that is limburg sent him joining us on the line from seoul and this is bloomberg daybreak asia 22 past the hour ed baxter was talking about those sanctions taking a bite we don't really know let's tucked condition the north korean economy is in but in terms of market reaction we do know what we're seeing in the kospi in seoul it's up by more than one point one percent let's bring and brian curtis now for a closer look at what he's seeing in the currency markets and in a pacrim equity trading brian i think first we need to wait for confirmation from the white house because the big angle obviously that president trump would meet with kim jongun as mentioned by the south korean on void but we haven't had confirmations farzaneh yet from the white house and also it's my personal view and i think it's probably a a strong point that this would be a much bigger victory for kim jongun than it would be for the united states and president trump that said the markets are definitely in risk on mode this morning it cost as you mentioned doug is up one point one percent the nikkei up three hundred and 34 points now one point six percent so both of these key indices have moved up sharply since that announcement was made we do see some modest gains in australia new zealand or we have a markets up there the equity market in australia threetenths of a percent and in new zealand the ends at acts up about two tenths of one percent terms of currencies the korean one is trading at a thousand sixty eight versus the dollar's who've seen a lot of strength in the one of late the dollar has been weak it's showing a little bit of modest strength this morning at 1100 thirty dalian 106 thirty nine the euro at a dollar 23 had don't know how far you want to go with the market action but we do see ah oil steady at the.

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"australia new zealand" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"australia new zealand" Discussed on AP News

"You and now it's completely dark coming from its pricing coverage match linde by saint law in indian navy sailboat with an allfemale crew has reached the south africa as it nears the end of a circumnavigation of the globe the aydin as fee tarini on friday sailed into cape town it's last port of call before returning to the indian port of go up the fifty six foot boat with a sixmember crew has visited australia new zealand and port stanley falklands and journey that began on september tenth the crew got a warm welcome in cape town from students indian diplomats and others the boat's arrival coincided with the annual hindu festival of holy the oscar stage will be decked out in 45 million swore off ski crystals this sunday production designer derek mclane handpicked most of the sparklers for the stage that he created for the show he said in an interview the design incorporates various areas of film history and is meant to evoke a sense of hollywood glamour this is the tony award winners sixth consecutive year designing the askar stage he's received an emmy nomination every year for his work on the show mclean said he brainstorms without considering practicalities like budget or mobility than rayneses ideas back down to earth a new york city colleges trying to evict a former student who it says is illegally squatting in her dorm room hunter college has filed a lawsuit against 32yearold lisa palmer saying she owes more than ninety four thousand dollars and residents all fees since she dropped out of the college about two years ago the lawsuit says palmer was denied summer housing in 2016 but she wouldn't lever dorm despite the school sending several notices that she would be charged one hundred fifty dollars a day if she stayed palmer was issued a thirty day of action noticed in september of 2017 she refused to leave and that's when the school filed a lawsuit palmer's of former geography major and she says she plans to stay and fight the case as satellite launch presents oh what a great audience much dim the lights for this next one too much that veritas gotta get things just right like progresses name your price to tell us what you want to pay.

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"australia new zealand" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"australia new zealand" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Disease just a couple of days shy of his seventy seven th birthday canceling his tour dates in australia new zealand he was on his fiftieth anniversary tour so sad news area the daily news he says he will continue to write recorded pursue new projects and i believe with medication you know you can still be productive with parkinson's or at least some people have been in the past michael jay fox is lived with it for a long time rennie's now acts yeah i would imagine the medications probably probably makes you tired or something in over like really like it depresses your everything i don't know but i'm guessing in so i'm i'm sure it's going to be a challenge for him no matter what any is seventy seven and he said he's a very disappointed this guy that's been around for a long time he was a songwriter before he was a a pop star kind of rockstar star he wrote to the hits for the uh the monkeys and others before anybody ever heard of them he wrote i'm a believer which is a huge jeff the monkeys from among asia the did the with the monkeys first do do i'm a believer yes yep and he wrote the song uh i'm i'm semi embarrassed to say that there there were a couple of years that i really liked a lot of with the monkeys dead me to dave i'll admit atas like oh i thought the monkeys i'm going to be honest staff at the monkeys were kind of a decade tv at night they weren't really a band there are a lot of people that thought then right back in the first time i saw that monkeys was because i saw mickey dolan's daughter honor she was an actress yes sir you go fuel dinosaur then someone now but not in the loop without feared he could when you're seeing are always i joking around laugh you might kind kinda like doing the three stooges paying well you know what they were doing what then a saw her there were supposed to be like a miracle beauty what are they made them silly the in the beatles were really silly to obey using their stage antics and all that monkeys at their own tv show dan that's what they were the unwashed watched it every single word.

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"australia new zealand" Discussed on The MILO Show

The MILO Show

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"australia new zealand" Discussed on The MILO Show

"Serve eight fewer than nine hundred of the total dacca population which has nearly a million is near the people who are awaiting joined the military so barely any of them serving the country they come to new data released by the us citizenship and immigration services definitively establishes that most of the decade narrative is completely false to the democrats who are getting in to the into the building with trump and they're saying these or whatever it is eight hundred thousand desperate poor children who just don't know the countries are going to be sent back to that trump is also not true of one hundred and fortynine countries of origin for decades english is the national language in at least twenty six of them and these include applicants from the uk canada australia new zealand island large number of applicants from india hong kong the philippines where there are enormous englishspeaking communities 36 if the nations of origin listed by uscis and this is the rationale for this stuff is that if you if you get these kids who don't know many other life than america you it's not fair it's nice to send them back to cultures the countries they don't know to wolves they don't know to porn impoverished countries when they're contributing to american society but thirty six of the nations of origin listed by uscis a wealthy democratic and european they include austria denmark france germany the netherlands switzerland and sweden applicants was originally from at least nine asian countries three hundred and sixty nations 360 nationals from israel applied for decker israel's a developed nation with a thriving economy i'm probably the loss unreconstructed zionist in america but.

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"australia new zealand" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"australia new zealand" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"To the only radio show that carries a little plastic bags so it can pick up after its south fears deepdale countries all throughout europe australia new zealand left out in common and one thing they have in common is they don't allow by law veterinarians or anyone else to declutter a cat and in fact most people would even think about that but this culturally it isn't even something people think about a me why would you do that demeaned part of the reason is in some of those countries katzav out outdoors and outdoors a cab without clauses absolutely defence but even then it is not something that's even thought about here for millions of cats they are they live every day without clause that to be sure and so you understand i want you to bend your finger any finger not that one any other finger and pointed out and then bendit at the knuckle and that lash joint his what is cut off mean i mean this john amputation there's no other word for it now us veterinarians can do something to relieve pain but we don't know about longterm effects of that pain we don't know about the behavioral effects we know some actually we know that cats that are deep claude are often cats the go to a shelter now cats that people can't get d claude because the cat and the kaddish crashing in all the wrong places in the cat owner once the solution to be declined can find some on the do it or more often they just get frustrated about the cat scratching in all the wrong places those cats also wind up a shelter so we have two buckets here we have cats that have been declared and they wind up at a shelter because they're in pain.

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"australia new zealand" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"australia new zealand" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"An look routine nonprovocative a vets where really interesting and important part of partners like japan australia new zealand bus coming and restrain the united states' military not only rhetoric but posturing that's the thing that sexily one good sign a gang is that life stop the wretched b1 bs i think for over the last few days they're not flying over the phone in other words the korean peninsula a mad at least is a good side but a gain yes tillerson comes into it but it's tell us and mattis mcmaster and and kelly as the chief of star they've really this is where it could go terribly wrong i am it was very good piece by professor nail ferguson are really exceptionally good pace saying you know you do get funny tipping were uh points in diplomacy and he with arab m a quoting a great work on in a 10 points have been chain changed the world and it really it is very good to compare this to the cuban missile crisis because just think how the cuban missile crisis kennedy's tunnel kennedy's watch could have gone wrong and with on the point of delicacy the pirouetting we are in exactly the same situation here i think it was also hugely interesting that when the rhetoric was at its most irresponsible and at its highest between north korea and and the white house what do you then had was what seemed to me rather judicious leak to say that actually there was a back channel already in existence and that there were discussions going on okay a too much more junior level at the united nations which of course is exactly the place where they sort of discussions ought to be going on and so i think that in a way that was a signal sent out and you can look at the at the words that were being exchanged between pyongyang and washington and you can say in some ways that may have been as it were over compensation for what was known to be going on in new york or care we're going to take a short break now you're listening to midori house with me andrew mullet mary digest and robot fox coming up next britain's government addresses another arzm only long list of things we probably should have thought her belt before the brexit vote.

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"australia new zealand" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"australia new zealand" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"And uh i think we we have at both in the atlantic in nato and we also have it in the pacific with japan thought ria singapore australia new zealand though i'm i'm i don't get concerned about the little lipson inroad in frankly i think the president is correct to put pressure on nato to basically up pay more their fair share well i certainly agree with you and i absolutely agree the nato needs to be as a functioning organization but certainly for the past dozen years or so a nato can barely defend themselves uh there was a nato exercise in england who's gonna send a few airplanes and they were in canada getting parche awful planes in museums they really have not as a general statement any of them really been maintaining a level even able to defend themselves have the well they have some of the same concerns we have about the readiness of argue exported i mean the joint chiefs have been testifying on a regular basis is that we don't have the rain at level we need for our combat forces here in the united states are the ones that we've got deployed or certainly we don't thin creeped an armed away unless their one hundred percent ready uh well i reading this is due to two things that our internal request or were were shooting ourselves in the put where our own worst enemy all that one at also i groups have been an armed way for almost fifteen years in the middle east at an afghanistan on the nato brought the one that aren't nearly as ready as they need to be it's been therefore or finding it so i think both nato.

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