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"maori" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:32 min | Last month

"maori" Discussed on ESPN FC

"To the game. And then the popcorn lady stands right in front of you before? Flip TK shot. You know, but it's his fault because he's yelling I was. I was just like, that's like fuck out. Watch out, but it's also like, hey, what are the waters at? I mean, the state of is not pack. Bro, you can't move. You can't move. Welcome to football. You know, that's never happened before, but that is peak Concacaf at its finest. No semi Salazar again. My man gets paid too much on vacation. Yeah. But Maori's a bit out of the DP is here in his place. What's up, everyone? Happy to be here. I've said many times and I was never obstructed by popcorn lady. Good offer on popcorn by the way. I was going to say, usually when I've been to a study of steca and I hear I was I was, I'm ducking. Yeah, you got it. That's about right. All right, fun show for this Thursday. We have a one one with Alfonso Davis coming up. He's going to play their classica on ABC. We'll go to that and a very nice recap of what has happened in the U.S. open cup. Some cup sets. I love that one. I love the cup sets. My favorite word of the day. Okay. Let's get things started. Both the U.S..

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"maori" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:54 min | 8 months ago

"maori" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Considered from NPR news I'm Ari Shapiro And I'm also Chang New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern scaled back the country's strict lockdown in Auckland this week saying the goal of zero COVID cases is no longer a possibility But there is concern that it's too soon to ease restrictions especially for indigenous communities I spoke about it earlier with Debbie nauruan packer She's co leader of the Maori party and a member of New Zealand's parliament So I know that you have been extremely critical of this decision to move away from the COVID elimination protocols saying that quote Maori were always expendable Can you just first of all explain that sentiment And explain why this shift could be very dangerous for the Maori population in New Zealand We are an idiot's people that have survived colonization and all that comes with that So sadly we have some of the worst health statistics So when we have something of this nature telling us that we're going to come out of elimination process when a majority of Maori are not vaccinated then they are effectively perceived by us on the ground as signing a death warrant And can you tell us why there is such a low vaccination rate among Maori communities Is it a matter of access Disinformation something else Yeah to be fair It's a I guess a combination of a whole lot of things but it starts basically with a high mistrust in government and authority And as part of that systemic racism that we've been enduring in we have endured a vaccination program that was designed for general population So it started at 65 plus and his rolled out in a western centric model But Marty populations 70% of us under the age of 40 25% of Mario under the age of 20 So you've got this complete hit and miss with the public health system and the role of vaccination program You know we should point out that New Zealand still has managed to keep COVID deaths relatively low 28 people I understand have died during this pandemic in your country out of something like a population of what about 5 million I'm curious can you point to what the government in New Zealand has done right Particularly when it comes to protecting indigenous communities What the first COVID that we had to come into the country and 2020 I think one of the things that we're done right then is that Maori were able to stand up their own responses This time around there has been a much more centralized approach least support for Maori to be doing their own ground and resistance to COVID In your calls and your meetings with members of your community how are you telling them now to prepare during this phase of the pandemic I think the first thing is that we've realized that the prime minister's message of kindness and being a team of 5 million has now changed to Maori You must look after yourselves So we have prepared varying messages that are less about the government's generic and more connected to the communities that we belong to And that is emphasizing the importance of vaccinating The other part of it is that we are talking to our communities about the need to have an outbreak plan and what you would do if COVID spread comes into your particular community and being forward thinking on how to cope through that Debbie narrow packer is a member of New Zealand's parliament and co leader of the Maori party Thank you so much for joining us so early in your day in New Zealand Thank you so much for having me And I appreciate you checking in on us here in altered.

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"maori" Discussed on News O'Clock

News O'Clock

04:23 min | 8 months ago

"maori" Discussed on News O'Clock

"Fourth album the lick. We'll see where the one goes all right so now i need to know. Is there any like new new music coming out soon that you just can't even wait for. What should we make shiloh. Listen to oh no. I mean i wrote a profile earlier this year of brain carlisle who is just a genius musician. Jebron book early this year three on october first and i would like to sit here and like pretended speculate with you'd be like i wonder what is going to sound like. I have heard and sounds incredible. Sight in a gorgeous gorgeous record. I'm so thrilled for her. To have grease towering. Because this will be seven thousand. I think like that's another artist. Who again as go. The become more sure of who they are and what they wanted to end the world more sure of the people who they've cultivated as they're we're going to follow them because they're interested not so much like demi moore that sound as much anymore like where you are able to articulate that more troops lee more specifically so brandon carlisle's record batson record. I'm most excited for what about y'all it for a while. I'm i am now. Mostly excited for that. Because i need you to know once i introduce sprint carlisle to my dad. He now sits in front of his tv watching old performances of hers and just like gently swaying. I want that more in my life. I saw today that riana. Finally t something about her upcoming album. So i'm just going to. Who's going to believe that. Need to believe.

"maori" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

04:21 min | 9 months ago

"maori" Discussed on Pressure Points

"Just because over the three days. The maori have been cordial. They're not like it's not like they're coming up in fucking hayes bidding in their fate. Welcome to new zealand. John just fucking nut shot him there shaking his hand. They're welcoming him in like they're being cordial whatever so. John thinks everything's cool and he's like sick. These guys are going to help me out. I'm going to get my lumber and get the fuck outta here to for two good So ask these canoes. Go just around the corner. Just around the river's bend The maori stand up in their canoes. They take out what are called. Mir's potus in axes that are covered in shark teeth. Now know yeah. I know what a mirror is or a or whatever it is basically like a club with a blade on the front and it's completely made out of jade dan and that would be something to see. Twos are made out of wood. That are the same shape in their justice. Sharp and effective. They're just not as heavy. So you can swing a helluva lot faster and you've got the light armor class on the heavy armored. I played video games. And then like i said shark tooth axes. Yeah so they stand up. They're not cutting down trees own. The maori just eviscerate these five guys and because of what they had done because they had taken their chieftains power has his mana. They eat them and they take clothing. They get it all cleanup washed off. Whatever and later on that evening at the harbour. Mallory people that killed them. Those five men on the river put on the uniforms of the englishman because there were maori people on board so And played any walk. Yeah they walk up to the they walk up to the ship. They greeted by some of the englishman. Hey how's it going him in like come on do your thing. Whatever wonder where would shipment as. Oh well it's eighteen nine nine. Who gives a fuck. We're still getting paid again. Yeah so i. They're just completely disguising themselves perfectly to get onto this ship and just off of the ship in little quite canoes or more maori piece. Of course just waiting next to the ship So i'm i'm going to interject. No bio mean interjecting to tell you to remind me that. I have a fun fact of early polynesian culture to share at the end of the episode because not related. But it's related. It's a cultural thing. Okay yeah no problem. So let's see these guys in the canoes are basically just sitting waiting for the signal to attack now. Dudes that are all disguised sneak in they get quietly into the officers chambers and they kill him almost silently that these mir marriage as or whatever it is that they're using like i saw this on deadliest warrior that one of your officials sources. No no i think it..

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Australia-New Zealand Travel Bubble Opens With Joy, Tears

PRI's The World

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Australia-New Zealand Travel Bubble Opens With Joy, Tears

"Long awaited australia new zealand. Travel bubble is now open at the wellington airport. Complimentary glasses of wine. Report and maori performers welcomed arriving passengers. Kiwis have been able to visit australia without quarantining since october but now also can travel to new zealand without the two-week required hotel. Stay the airport. Reunions had plenty of tears hugs and sighs of relief. Local media were there when the first plane touched down with my sisters masses. How does it feel very good. It's been nearly two years. And i haven't seen my batna That character talks has been very tough. Yeah really two years. Not seeing them. Well we do know. The past twelve months alone have been devastating for many. some people are using the new zealand. Travel bubble to attend funerals of loved ones. Lost a covid nineteen

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How businesses can leverage blockchain technologies

99 Challenges

05:42 min | 1 year ago

How businesses can leverage blockchain technologies

"Hello and welcome. I'm your host. Peter found the rough anywhere consulting in today's episode. We will talk about blockchain. We'll discuss how growing companies may approach blockchain. What they can get out from blockchain based technologies and how they can create meaningful products with blockchain to discuss the topic. I invited feted. Spencer from any volk analytics. Hey freddie. I'm glad you're with us today so i start. What led you to blockchain. So basically i studied computer science business and that's more than twenty years ago but the thing is why i mentioned is that i always like to work on the building bridges between different compartments. Are you know science studies. Whatever network as a project manager internet agency for almost two years as the head of project management than the internal consulting education and stuff like that so it was always like translating save agency. Translating the marketing requirements into developers Can prevent whatever and online shop or website. Or something like that. And i guess you could say that this is sort of an also too much in that the actual one was my co founder. Peter in twenty fifteen and told me auditorium and like this is a cryptocurrency is good made make fiat Obsolete ambience great vision and all on. I got interested. And i want a couple of coins and basically just seeing coats and do we got to find on rabbit hole as a say in the year and reading more learning more about it fascination grew and so this was eating out my my evenings and nights and everything in life was sort of like well you know can be. It can talk on something else and things like that eventually in two thousand eighteen. I did the jump and said okay gonna do full-time crypto. Always a great experience with making my hobby. My job right. So that's one of the dream come. True trump basically. If you can do what you love to do to pay it. So and that's what i did and taking the jump and basically what fascinates me about blockchain is again that is bridging a lot of different disciplines and means different things one. If people give the economic things could be speculation financial assets could be technology agrees society change be making the better place because the losing potential south is higher than the north. It's just i. I liked to compare to the internet and the ninety s is like what is the internet and back then. There was a difficult question. Maybe someone answer and you can have a website. Their emails of analogy no more against the giants of this world came out of it and having business models that nobody ever dreamed of potential marching. And that's basically making fascination thank you. That's an amazing journey. You have the skills to understand. High-profile technologies like blockchain. Because you have the background in set technologies but for those who didn't how would you explain and this is like the more general question that anyone can get. I guess what blockchain case and what it can do for you as a business so. The obvious answer is to answer the for blockages ledger technology. So alleger where facts are noted. Let's put it most journal way possible. And it is saved a lot of different places and all participants of this network agreed on this on the state of that information which means also that. It is always complete the orders. The same order which is in in bookkeeping accountants would be great and understanding blockchain's the always the sole disagreement network much like the internet servers. Talk to each other and then recording append only information so they can never be any deletion. What is occasions. So there has been consensus reached and this high-tech and there's different technologies. Actually there is not one much of many different blockchain's because it's a nascent technology and the standard as we know it it's on the internet is not there yet so racist open which one's gonna be the predominant standard and the two to come back to businesses. Is that like i said with the internet. The use cases are pretty much limitless. Or i think all the begin. Think about maori. Or i in the process of developing is just the tip of the iceberg. In sense of what. We're gonna be seeing next five years or so because Nyse music distribution basically also consuming music and this design marketing talks about that. You know high novel south yet

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"maori" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"maori" Discussed on PRI's The World

"I started to trace than us about this pandemic starting from january at the end of the spring i felt that i need to pick up all the facts about book to make this guy because there were so many information that is not reliable. That's false that is very dangerous. They were very harmful about antibiotics about. Some drugs are not effective. So i felt that i haven't responsibility because molecular belgium's i understand what they signed dishonor writing about and it's like kind of my responsibility to pick up all the specs in one book that people can use as a guidance here in this sea of misinformation and false news fake news about coronavirus russian science writer. Irina jakko tanko the author of a new book titled the virus at broke the planet. She's been speaking with us about the rollout in moscow of the russian vaccine. Sputnik v irina. Thank you very much. thank you a lot. Many people have been confronting racism in two thousand twenty. It's been happening across the globe with an acknowledgement of systemic racism in so many aspects of life and work that includes within the news industry in new zealand. Immediate giant. they're called stuff is now taking responsibility for racist treatment toward indigenous maori people. Here's the world's bianca hillier haley. Courroye is a maori woman who's grown up in new zealand. As she's gotten older she realised her limited options for how to deal with the media. You either has to live in the reality of the fact that the media which is this really huge and allusive thing as up against you and you know as your inherent that you in southwest or you have to internalize what they tell you and who they tell you that for her that's a lose lose. Situation courroye now works in public health for indigenous peoples and is a strong advocate for her community. She says murray are often depicted as being angry violin and lacking a full range of emotions whenever really allowed to be portrayed as joyful or happy. That's like you're invisible. New zealand's largest media publisher called stuff agrees in their recent apology. Editorial director mark. Stevens wrote that their coverage of maori issues. Over the past. One hundred and sixty years ranged from racist too blinkered. he continued. If we've been monocultural in our reporting and we have we haven't been diverse therefore we haven't always been trustworthy. The apology comes after an internal investigation during which around twenty stuff. Journalists analyze the company's portrayal and representation of mary and its publications carmen in editor at stuff spearheaded. The project one said today In june i actually had enough about to walk away from journalism. But i decided the xm gonna fight for this hour. Because i had enough about the way would being put tried in put down as a maori woman herself poiret. He told one news. This was personal. Her grandfather kept a scrapbook of letters to the editor submitted by newspaper readers. So with you passed away. I saw as they did to the editor they were so racist and horrible and he hit them a little bit time and he had shaped his life at ran on those leaders to the the fact that a maori woman was the driving force behind the apology came as no surprise to haley. Courroye she says the acknowledgement is a good place for stuff to start but it leaves her with an outstanding question. How much has non mouthing within the organization at boards in. How much do they actually believe the apology. You know that. Spain publicly made this statement. Because an apology. In my humble opinion has changed behavior aspects of stuff's behavior have begun to change for example. They've partnered with the maori language commission to get more editorials printed in both english and the maori language. Here's commissioner rania higgins as we kind of increase the visibility of the language kind of as zach knows the belly. Bands is placing on Outages language to be able to embrace that more italy stuff isn't the country's only publisher being called on to apologize for their history of racism. The new zealand herald is under pressure to release similar statement for now haley. Courroye says she's sticking with maori lead media. I believe in the spaces that we've created for ourselves and i would rather invest. There was people who i know As equally I am and seeing molly race fries and see themselves as like humans was potential stuff says. That's the mission they're committed to as well. Apologies are hollow without a commitment to change. Do better in the future. The company statement read. They say they've now begun that journey and have much distance to travel for the world. I'm being a russian brokered. Peace deal has stopped the fighting. In nagorno-karabakh this is the region in the caucasus mountains between armenia and other by john where there's been a long simmering conflict for decades the latest round of hostilities for thousands of people from their homes but as andrew connolly reports from the region. Some of those people are starting to get back to normal lives. This cramped joe office. Central yerevan is a hive of activity. Workers packing stacked boxes with essential. Food medicine. clothes. It's all destined for some of the tens of thousands of people from in and around nagorno-karabakh who've ended up here in armenia's capital greek. All your son is president of the group called armenian progressive youth. He says that even the thousands have started returning to the contested region. Since analysis was signed on november tenth many more won't due to the ongoing disruption to education health care and other services for many when they left their house was still there. Maybe it's not there anymore. We also had instances when kids are facing some psychological problems and also have some panic attacks and diseases related to constant fear..

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"maori" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"maori" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"California brought to you by the California Office of Traffic Safety officials now say One suspect has been arrested this morning after two people were stabbed to death and several others suffered injuries. Including some that were life threatening last night at the Grace Baptist Church. Police say no church services were being held at the time of the stabbing. The church is being used to bring homeless people out from the cold. Several streets remain closed for an investigation this morning. No additional information is available at this time News. Also sponsored by Man Seen Ease, Save $1000 on Silly beauty, rest or sort of mattresses during Manzini Sleep world's largest mattress sale, plus get two free pillows, a mattress protector and free delivery with any black Friday weekend premium mattress purchase over $699. Now, let's take a look at your traffic sponsored by trials. Life's essentials. The blue light from computers and tablets can lead to what experts are calling digital eyestrain that could make it hard for kids to focus. Healthy vision. Soft melts from child life essentials can protect from blue light. Stress to the eyes. Go to child life. Nutrition dot com For more info Mission Boulevard. Both directions between Niles Canyon Road and Mayhew's Road is closed at this time because of an accident. It will be closed for the next several hours. North bound traffic can use now with Canyon Road or Maori Avenue to get around the area on one No one in the North bound direction it Cesar Chavez. We have some slow traffic because of an earlier stall 6 80 South bound it Koopman Road. We have a large piece of metal in the middle of the roadway. It's causing some sudden braking and 80 north bound at Coleman Avenue. We have a mattress. This is down in between the two right lane. CHP.

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"maori" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"maori" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Away news radio time. 11 02 crews are beginning to get a handle on the grisly creek fire in Glenwood Canyon, Fire spokesman Tim Maori Containment as you know. Climbed up a little bit on a regular basis left 83% of it is really hot and dry. We've got temperatures in the mid nineties here yesterday and expected again today and tomorrow, Mallory says. There are flare ups on both sides of I 70 but that they're looking forward to cool and possibly wet weather on Tuesday, he says, Ironically, that type of weather may force them to pull firefighters back. Because of a steep and pent attention, Aly loose or slippery terrain evacuations in Larimer County for the Cameron Peak Fire west of Fort Collins. It's now it's more than 24,000 acres and just 6% containment, parks and wildlife officials say. While it's never wise to get close to wildlife bull elk are especially dangerous. This time of year has the seasonal rut has begun. Anything that wanders by Think of you as a challenger, and it could run an attack you wildlife spokesman Jason Clay Clay spoke after video was released of a man well off a marked trail pursuing an elk to try to get a closer picture. It happened in Rocky Mountain National Park, and some witnesses posted the video on Social Media sports a critical game to win for the Nuggets as they beat the Clippers. 1 10 101. To tie the Siri's at one game apiece. Denver coach Michael Malone saying afterward that if players aren't willing to get physical during the playoffs, they may as well pack up and go home. If you don't have a physical mindset, you're gonna be going home early. I thought that we had a physical mindset in that Utah. Siri's coming back from a 31 deficit tonight Way were a noticeably different team.

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Tips For Childhood Obesity Success

Healthy Eating For Kids

06:36 min | 1 year ago

Tips For Childhood Obesity Success

"Hello and welcome back everybody I had a lovely week in Cornwall I. Actually Went Down Because my sister tied the knot with her brand new partner I. It was really really small ceremony I was really impressed. It was very strict guidelines and who can enter. The registry. The department and what is called the registry anyway. So it was very strict on if four people were allowed in. So I had a the honor of being the witness for my sister, and then we had a really small garden party I. Think it was like ten adults and a few kids my children, of course in amongst that group. So we had a lovely time and return to London where it's really hot and of course, during my holiday in Cornwall I. was invited by Channel Five. To comment on in childhood malnutrition, and of course, I was always aware that the new childhood obesity strategy was out but it had to turn it down because my family were really wanted me to have the laptop off. So I didn't get the chance to. Go on TV or whatever share. So I thought I would record an episode on some tips on how to work with your child. If you are worried that they are overweight or obese these because I know this is a really emotive topic I mean I can even see that amongst dietitians and other than nutrition professionals or doctors we're all divided we all have. Dif- way different boards and we have different ways that would like to approach it and deal with it but I guess the stats don't lie. The numbers speak for themselves. As so. If. It's something that worries you and you also have family history of diabetes or heart conditions or any other health problems and you would like to work with your child. To bring their way down in more home in the healthy range or wait that feels good for your child. Then I'm going to share a few tips with you in this podcast episode and I hope that it will be helpful for you. Now as always if you lie to work with me, you can book a coil. It's a free initial telephone call where I can take you through my nutrition packages and coaching programs so that you can decide if it's a might fit for you. Now I just want to put out. I'm not judgmental Dietitian at all. I was an overweight teenager I. Remember you know my parents always valued education. So my dad is a veterinary surgeon, for example. So he really valued education although my parents you know my mom now has a gym membership. and. They did. There are very conscious about healthy eating but they weren't really sporty family I remember playing badminton and Netball at high school but apart from that as a kid I. used to play in the garden and things like that my parents enjoyed walking. So we did lot to wargame. But apart from that, we didn't really want really an active family. We'd be interested in sport it was more about. I did a lot of reading rowing up and painting and things like that. But apart from that, there wasn't a lot of focus on sports which would have really liked because they're held the choices at herb very nutritious growing up. was never a doubt about that but I could have done with more exercise as a teenager. Big is clearly there is a genetic predisposition. To being a little overweight and so when I was sixteen I to Cobb running because I was really unhappy with the. My Body Fluctuate I. Didn't like the way I looked I don't think I've was away but I can't remember actually I am pretty sure I was overweight at one stage and so I started running I started reading a lot about nutrition and that's how I became really interested in this area. But of course, you know being a teenager of course. I felt for some of the nutrition nonsense like I did a two day eat only fruit detox type plans and I remember on was passing out in a aerobic exercise class type thing in an inner sensible enough not to return to something like that. But I can appreciate that today you are young children particularly young adolescents. They have access to a wide range of information. I didn't have social media I just googled or read magazines for. Weight loss and nutrition advice. But today there is just so much information out there and is really really hard. If you are a young adult or you have young children, it's really hard to sort of tease out fact from fiction. And it's a really really emotive topic and I completely understand what is like to be overweight and yes, you can have held. In you know you can be healthy adult or healthy child. For example in New Zealand, we have the Maori, population and population from. The Fiji Islands or someone population you know they're naturally. They have larger bodies, but they also have a higher. Muscle mass, and so we allowed a higher cutoff for their BMI which meant that you know we weren't too worried that they were particularly larger. However, some of these groups could also be at higher risk of being obese or overweight, but with health. Conditions associated with that. So kidney problems diabetes is a big one isn't it and problems of the heart and things like that

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"maori" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"maori" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Way want to get everybody out of the hole over the Social Foundation into that green doughnut itself. So the circular economy that Donut basically illustrates that their people were falling into the middle of the donut. The donut hole is not where you want to be, and that's where we're falling short on providing education. Food, water equality to people. Thie outside of the donut is where we push past. The resource is of our planet. So the ring of the donut It's really the sustainable economy, so we have to find a way. To provide for everybody without overusing. The resource is that we have so Kate school is that we design the economy to be regenerative. And distributed and so that it it isn't she talks about this system that we have now, which kind of goes back to the consumerism, which is take make use lose. That's what we've been doing. That's what we've been doing. We've been We buy things. We used it. We throw it away. We buy something new. That is the The consumerism. That's the retail therapy, and what we need to do is again focused on a circle so things that we can Bring back into the system and used again and you see companies that are doing this. You know their companies like Patagonia that take their clothes back after they've been used. Try to use recycled materials. Think about upstream and downstream in terms of their supply chain. This is possible. It's just happening on a small scale at this point. So the way she puts it is the challenges protecting the environment while also protecting people while also surviving as a company and Let's just play that clip where she describes this challenge. So this double sided challenge to meet the needs of all within the means of the planet that invites a new shape of progress. No longer this ever rising line of growth but a sweet spot for humanity. Thriving in dynamic balance between the foundation and the ceiling on I was really struck once I drew on this picture to realize that the symbol of well being in many ancient cultures reflects this very same sense of dynamic balance. From the Maori, Tucker rang to the Taoist Union, the Buddhist endless, not the Celtic double spiral. I mean, I love that. It's a beautiful image that she's talking about, but for this.

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Haka and cultural appropriation

Native America Calling

07:00 min | 2 years ago

Haka and cultural appropriation

"The Haka is a part of Mari Culture. It's a type of movement that involves the whole body invoice New Zealand's rugby team. The all blacks performed a version of it at competitions around the globe here they are performing it in Japan during a match last year's Rugby World Cup. Many team members are Maury. What you'll hear is they're stomping their hands beating on their chests entice. On how. It's impressive to watch a Haka. Traditionally, it's not for entertainment. It's ceremonial has deep roots in multiculture. Of course, some people don't understand that and mimic anyway. A handful of Brazilian companies use the Haka in their corporate retreats. The Non Murray owner of Hakka training said he learned hawk. By watching videos of the all blacks rugby team. Another company huck Brazil performed the Haka at a Ted talks event such displays. Displays are drawing criticism from Murray people, and they're calling it cultural appropriation. We'll get more and what Hawk is and represents today. We are going to start off in new. Zealand joining us today by skype from Christ Church in South Island is cut Edina. Tell you to, and he is a cultural adviser, and he is Maori. Welcome to native America calling cut of please feel free to further. Introduce Yourself. He, he he he. He made keenum on Athena. Royal Amiga Kotel Kartal Teen Aquileia Lhasa. Choir here Julio or Tiki nor Knighthood Huda. Moon. Killer. Angry to have you here and so we say Haka in before we go any further. How do you like to describe it? A DESCRIBE IT AS A. Traditional ceremony that was formed traditionally by. Warriors before going to war. A Sierra Monitor trump. Please the. He of. War TOMATO INA. was also a former cy cop. The warriors before battle. at performed in. The different areas such as funerals as a way to express emotions. And it was also used as a way to. Win Strangers, come visit. It was a white make sure they were friendly. visit hasn't not enemies. That in probably pre colonization, the has changed a little bit and Would we do use it for? Entertainment purposes now. But the also that buried deep spiritual connection in traditional values associated with the Hutto. In when you're teaching, young people or young people are taught about this in a traditional sense What are they told what is happening because you're using your breath, you're using your body. You're using your your own personal sound What is taught to young people about why you do this in what it is, you're actually giving. So I think this probably two different forms of teaching now this the form of Hakka where you taught to try and intimidate the the opposition and Chevy Hafeez. Scary became. The. The the the other way where some people are taught. For entertainment purposes for competitions against other. Maori people. but as ways. To Euro has taught. That is very serious It's a very serious epsom is. you must take everything seriously you have to. Respect the the different deities that are involved. You You can't make fun of the hacker. You've got to respect your sisters who? Pass on the knowledge of the hookup. And at different tribes have different roles. whereas brought up, you can only do the hacker. With be a fate. And you hit Utah To. Slap you chased You're McCain. Make as much noise as you possibly came. In, so what does it translate to hookup? So these. Years. Does the Hukou as? Some people call it a pretty bored aunts were. A Warrior's dance, but then it depends on. The HAKKA! This is quite a few different Hukou. Hukou has its own unique. meaning. The I think the mice. Common Hacker around the world seems to be the one the all blacks. The. New Zealand rugby team. Comedy. So they'd say. was dedicated to. A woman, who headed, Chafe and a in the ground and a criminal put. And it expresses have the chief. was fearing death. And how? He didn't he had the sense of being of life again and in hell wants the live. The criminal was removed. He saw the the lady setting on top any saw the light. So this multiple different meanings different hugger. In so when you see it being performed by non-indigenous people, what are you witnessing? More often than not I see. non-indigenous people who think that it's funny. They they mock at culture by doing it. why see? Recently an in London. a lot of Kiwis are over there doing the Haka when the drunk which is quite offensive. It's. I'd say total lack of understanding. Tuttle of respect to air eight sisters in God's into a customs.

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Wairau Incident - June 17, 1843

This Day in History Class

03:49 min | 2 years ago

Wairau Incident - June 17, 1843

"This Day in history class is production of iheartradio. Hey all I'm eve and welcome to this day in history, Class A podcast that flips through the book of history and tears out a single page every day. Today is June seventeenth twenty twenty. The Day was June seventeenth. Eighteenth forty-three. A clash between British emigrants and Mary known as the wire incident took place on the South Island in New Zealand. It was the first major armed conflict between Maori and British immigrants after the signing of the Treaty of Tonky. The new. Zealand company was a British. Joint Stock Company responsible for the colonization of New Zealand in the eighteen hundreds. It's and director Edward Gibbon. Wakefield believed that a successful colony needed to attract a balance of capitalist laborers. The company claimed to have purchased land in the Cook Strait, read and established settlements at Wellington and Nelson. While the Europeans were purchasing land in New Zealand representatives of the British Crown and Mary, Chiefs signed the Treaty of White Tonky. In May of Eighteen, Forty Lieutenant Governor William Hobson declared British authority over New Zealand. Since the Treaty of Weitang, he was signed. There has been debate over its terms, interpretations and differences between the Mary text and the text. The treaty was meant to recognize Mary ownership of their lands and give Mary people, the rights of British subjects that said many Maori were later dispossessed of their lands. Anyway the New Zealand Company promoted the country as a Briton of the south, and it began to organize large scale migration to New Zealand. But the fertile land required for all the Europeans migrating to New Zealand, did not actually exist. The company was failing. Because arable land was limited land titles were uncertain. There were two mini absentee landowners, and there was no real way to generate income through exports. By eighteen forty three, the immigrants were struggling with food supply, and the company was basically bankrupt. Throughout the early eighteen s more European, emigrants Nelson despite conflict between Mary chiefs over claims to the land being sold. But when it became clear that there was not enough arable land around Nelson for the immigrants, the company began moving forward with plans to survey the wire planes. MARY TEVES NOT TOWA TEI row per ah-ha and others were adamant that the company had not purchased this land. Despite this opposition, the company ordered survey parties to begin work in the UAE Ravelli. So, some of the chiefs. Era and victim the surveyors they burned some of the shelters that have been made from local materials and destroyed some of the surveyors equipment. Police Magistrate Augustus. Thompson issued a warrant for the arrest of involved teeth on charges of arson. A group of about fifty special constables were sent to wire it to execute the warrant. They were armed but inexperienced. On, June seventeenth eighteen, forty three, the company party arrived on the eastern side of the to a marina stream. Mari gathered on the other side of the Stream. It's unclear exactly what triggered the fighting? Though some are accounts, say that a wife may have died I from a stray shot, regardless of fight ensued and twenty two Europeans, and somewhere between four and nine Mary died. Many European immigrants feared that this was the beginning of a larger Mary Insurrection When the new governor Robert Fitzroy arrived in New Zealand that December. He was tasked with

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"maori" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"maori" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"All Right? Maybe I'm going to skip ahead to this message. We got from Tabitha about the MOA episodes I thought this was was really great. So tabitha writes hi. Robert Joe I'm a longtime Kiwi Listener, and yes, we love being called Kiwis. Who wouldn't want to be named after a furry football with the largest egg body ratio of any animal? That, yeah kind of forgotten about this, but yeah, if you, there's some some wonderful illustrations of just how much space inside the Kiwis Body like a mature egg takes up before it is before it leaves the body cavity. This is kind of like the epoch pooping of the sloth that we talked about in the in the Star Wars, episode recently right whereas. Body way does poop. It sometimes but anyway sorry, Tab a tab goes on She says Love Your Moa episode and I thought I'd write in share. Moa facts and some insight on the history and ecology of and Oh, I'm so. This is the word I believe for for New Zealand and I. Don't know how to pronounce it. I believe it's. A Oh Tae Aurora. That's my best. Try a reason for the repeatedly of the extinction of large bird species in New Zealand, the Moa and other birds like. Swans and geese is that. New Zealand is lacking in plant species that are edible to humans. There are some fruit producing plants. We have native blackberry with even worse thorns, but few plants that produce a lot of starch without tremendous effort, and obviously none that have been domesticated to enhance yields. The Maori came to new, Zealand with advanced forming skills, but the crops they brought with them from Polynesia are tropical. Terro is a staple crop across the Pacific, but can only be grown in the very northern tip of New Zealand similarly, Kumara or sweet potato is a hugely important traditional Maori staple, but can only be grown in the top half of the North Island. In the few hundred years, it took to learn how to process an exploit the few plant species that do provide food. The Ancestral Maori had little choice, but to rely on hunting and fishing to survive in midden pits in the coastal South Island. There's a distinct change in food remains over time for mostly bird bones to fish and seal bones, which tracks the extinction of Moa and other large birds. I thought this was so interesting She goes on as the major large her before in New Zealand, the MOA were was incredibly important to the ecology of the islands. Islands, Moa and other large birds distributed seeds, which cannot pass through the guts of mammals in fact i. read an article the other day, saying they eight and distributed fungi, which is essential to the health of southern Beech Forest I think we talked about this in the second part of our episode I believe this came in after the first part but she goes on the the guy which isn't retained in the guts of deer and pigs, which browse the forest today, many niches left open by extinction have been filled by introduced mammals in this country, but MOAS role. role in keeping force healthy irreplaceable, because they were one of the only browsing mega-fauna that is a bird. The native forests evolved with bird morphology and introduced ungulates. Just can't do the same things with their guts I'll finish my favorite MOA ecological fact, many native trees have two phases of growth, a juvenile stage and adult stage. Juvenile stages tend to have small or spiky and tough leaves and grow in spindly unappetizing Bush shapes once they reach a certain height that Moa can't reach in. This would be three to four meters. They spread out in the leaves. Change shape becoming broad. Broad catch more sunlight without being munched on the most dramatic example of this is the lance would or the Horo Ak- and here she she attach an image for us to look at of a juvenile versus an adult lance would and ended as it is as Tabitha says like the juvenile looks basically inedible. It looks like this kind of spiky nasty Bush thing, but then once it gets tall enough to leave spread out and become something that looks more like a traditional tree this fascinating, because really in in in terms of evolutionary time the MO is barely gone. All the these plants that would have you know thrived alongside. It's still have their defenses in place. Yeah, that's wonderful. It's like the so so many of the other species of New Zealander still adapted as if the MOA should be there, they're just not so. It's like this link in the chain missing and this is reflected in the rest of Tabitha's email. She says Sorry. This along I'm sure you've got e mails from every kiwi listener. You have because we're desperate for attention and extraordinarily board at the. The moment the gist is bring Moa back if we can. I think there's still a place for them here. Native Biomass still cover twenty three percent of new. Zealand and a lot of us are trying hard to increase that in decrease introduced pests. If I could see a MOA in my lifetime I would die happy I'd also like to bring back the Haas Eagle, but that's a harder sell especially to all the sheep farmers. Thanks for doing what you do, keep safe. Keep well and keep learning much love from Aurora Tabitha. All right well speaking of bringing the MOA back. This next e mail gets into this a little bit as well. This comes to us from James Dear. Robert and Joe on a long time.

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"maori" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"maori" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Humans arrive somewhere. mega-fauna is hunted into extinction. We see that with the mammoths we see that with cave bears giant kangaroos, etc, Oh yeah, I mean it seems like a ubiquitous picture of of human development and geographical spread like is absolutely nothing unique about whatever individual culture reached this megaphone i. Now I think one of the really fascinating questions in all of this is beyond the questions of Europeans figuring out what the Dowry Thought About. The MOA is just a question of how does that impact a people to come to this to come to New Zealand to be essentially become the mallory, and in the process of becoming the Maori you go through this period of Mo- hunting, Mallory, in which you have this this bounty of these these creatures to to to hunt and feed on, and then they're gone. Then you have to diversify and change the way you live like what is the memory of that like in people? I found a fascinating article about this published on the conversation. By Conservation Biologist Priscila Way, University of Waikato Associate Professor Himmy, Wonga and professor of Computational Biology Murray Cox it was published in two thousand eighteen in its title. Dead is the MOA. Aural traditions show that early Maori recognized extinction interesting, so the team of researchers here which includes a conservation biologist linguists of bio, information EST and experts in Maui culture. They stressed that tracing the centuries-old extinctions is difficult, but that through the collaborative analysis of. Ancestral sayings traditional ancestral sayings in Maori culture. They found that early Maori certainly paid attention to the state of flora and fauna in their environment, and that they recognized the extinction of the MOA, but despite knowing roughly win and who regarding the Mo- extinction. We we don't really know a lot about how the Maori felt about and how they process this event, which again would have been a major event in their lives? This was the destruction of an important food source as well as a source of various tools and parts. Some of this remains in the mallory oral traditions specifically in these various ancestral sayings, so the the researchers here they point out. That of these ancestral sayings, the ones that refer to birds, anyway a disproportionate number of them refer to the MOA to their appearance to their into their nature, and their uses to humans right. So what would these things go like in translation well? I'm just GONNA. Share their translation, so they do. They include the original Maori versions in this article so and courage anyone to. It's interesting to check that out like one of them is lost as the MOA was lost. That's of like an expression like dead as a doornail. Yeah, or hidden as the Moa hit, and then here's another one. The people will disappear like the MOA and this. This one's really auditing because they point out that as the Europeans arrived. The Maori compared their plight to that of the MOA. So, here's a quote. Mallory recalled the MOA after Europeans arrived to now we were suffering badly from diseases and deprivation. In the late eighteen hundreds, it was as though the Maori world was being felled along with the forests. There was a very real fear among both now worry and Europeans that our people and culture would also disappear just like the Mola while that is haunting. Yeah, I'm still thinking about these expressions. I was trying to think of a a point of comparison. Of course one is is like gone. The way of the dinosaurs An expression in English though of course, our knowledge of where the dinosaurs went does not come from cultural memory. It comes from like something we learned through science. I guess you could maybe say gone the way of the Dodo. Some people say that that. Yeah, though I guess when people say that they can. They tend not to do it with any accepted role in the in the extinction. You know like I feel like that's one of the aspects here worth pondering. The. Would've have realized that their ancestors played this role in the extinction. Now that's not to say they did it on. Purpose obviously is a is a huge difference between. Say, setting out to cause an extinction and I. Don't you know obviously they wouldn't want to have done that? Because these creatures were a source of of of of vast resources to them, but They were ultimately it was it was not something they were capable of exerting control over. You know I mean like it's really always been a human struggle to figure out to what extent we can exploit. The, natural world without damaging it beyond control, and clearly that is something that is still a major stumbling block to human beings. We still mishandle that same equation on a daily basis all right? We're GONNA. Take one more break, but when we come back, we're going to move beyond the extinction of the MOA and ponder the question well. 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"maori" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"maori" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"UPLAND MOA in giant Moa were widespread dietary generalist with upland, MOA populating the higher altitudes, so they would have eaten a wider variety of things, but the mushroom contents of the Moa Deng certainly contain plants symbiotic fungi that the wide ranging Moa would have spread as they ranged grazed and pooped. According to Lead Author Alex Box then PhD student at landcare research quote worryingly introduced mammals which consume these mushrooms don't appear to produce fertile spores so this. Ecosystem function of the giant birds has been lost with serious implications for the long term health of new. Zealand's beach for us. So, what does that mean that the the mushrooms passing through the digestive system of the birds would have still been reproductively viable right that going through mammal digestive systems. They're not right. The mammals have come in to fill. That ecological niche was left by the by the now extinct MOA like there. They'll eat the same mushrooms. Perhaps they'll even spread them. Even you know travel. To decent distances, but the spores they leave behind are not viable. They're not able to actually. Fulfil the role that the MOA fulfilled in spreading those spores and again those the mushrooms a have this crucial relationship with with the trees of the Beech. Forest so. Again I think it's it's a wonderful example of of the cascading effects of extinction. They also found evidence of parasites in this copper lights. They found a quote. Surprising diversity of parasites me completely new to science boy, and these are these are largely parasites would have been exclusive to the MOA and or the MOA species in question, the just win extinct with their hosts, and these these included for instance various types of nematodes. So again you you you. You can't take a species out of the out of the game without impacting numerous other species as well and it certainly going to be the case when you have such a firmly established and dominant species has the Mo of new, Zealand. I mourn for the MOA yeah. It. It's hard not to you know. I mean I do want to stress that th that and we'll get more into the relationship between the MOA and the Maori people in our next episode, but it is crucial not to not to feel an special amount of shame over a of the Maori in this situation, because again anytime, human beings have come into contact with new ecosystems. They have brought extinction with them. we change everywhere we go. Yeah, that's that is just. That is the nature of human beings. No matter where they go no matter what the time period we did a previous episode where we're talking about Roman extinctions, just brought on by the spread of Roman civilization. And we'll. We previously mentioned the elephant bird of Madagascar similar situation. It was. Doing really well, then humans came, and did that spelled its doom. Now the story of that doom in the case of the MOA is something. We're going to get more into in our next episode though you know I, just thought of another thing for Matic Oscar I. Believe I was just reading earlier today that a an extinct relative of the Crowned Eagle of Africa. Yes, was the Madagascar Crowned Eagle Blood? It's gone because. When humans came to Madagascar, they hunted its primary prey animal, the giant Lemur to extinction well, then it had no pray anymore there you go. All right, so we just keep doing. We just keep doing it. And yes, some some amazing creatures have been lost along the way, but i. tell you the MOA it. I'm really impressed with his animal. I think it is my is my new spirit animal for these trying times we live in. I, will l. ease myself into the imagined arms of the MOA it has no arms that has no wings, but there's something about its nature. I can. I can cuddle up with and. Find Comfort in. You're going to become the lower acts of the red I it's. You're going to go on a quest where you want people to stop using the ostrich as the example animal of like cowardice and ignorance, I am going to have to I need to get out of the House and go look at some rats. This this weekend there is there's an email that lives fairly close to my house really. What's its name? Biglou Biglou? The email I'm thinking. I may have to go feed biglou this weekend. Okay, I. Don't think I know about Biglou. Oh, well. I'll tell you about it when we go to air. Okay could find Biglou for yourself. All right in the meantime. Go and check out other episodes of stuff to blow your mind bunch of them. You can find him wherever you get your podcasts, and you can also find this by going to stretchable your mind, dot com that will shoot you over to the IHEART listing for the show wherever you get the show, just make sure you rate review and subscribe huge. Thanks has always tour excellent audio producer. Seth Nicholas Johnson if you would like to get in touch with us with feedback on this episode or any other to suggest topic for the future or.

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Is the Women's March Only For on White Women?

#GoodMuslimBadMuslim

07:34 min | 2 years ago

Is the Women's March Only For on White Women?

"We got some interesting things to talk about Zaire Bill. Our friend was invited onto the board of the women's March. She was so happy. Ah I was so happy so happy and then forty eight hours later they kicked off. This is not Zara measor. This is our friends are Balu. Executive Director of the Council of American Islamic Relations in San Francisco's chapter and forty eight hours later woman's March W T.F. You're were instagram and what were your feelings that the woman's March is apparently not for me yeah. The woman's March is saying that we can't advocate for the lives of Palestinians anymore. That's why she was kicked off. I mean like the women's March always has these ridiculous right wing trolls around them that are manipulating all the women that are involved with this but basically what they were doing was they dug into his Arab News Archive of tweets from many many years and Zari Stu tweet extensively and they pulled up all of her Palestinian tweets and they use that as a reason to kick her off the board just so terrible I think like we're just like a we're. We're in this age of culture where people are digging up all these things from past in like you're being held responsible for something that you said a long time ago but it also be like everything's are said is facts you just there was nothing she said that was wrong but because we're in this day and age where it's all about like colliding people's tweets on fire in calling out people. There's no room for reasonable discourse. I mean this goes beyond reasonable discourse of course to me. This is telling me what discourse is period yeah because you're telling me that I can now no longer talk about apartheid existing in Israel which does yeah there are apartheid supporters yeah. You're telling me that I can't talk about that by. Wouldn't you want that kind of diverse perspective on on aboard anyway. That's the whole point of the women's. March is bring together so many radical voices and then have a dialogue and you just kicked a person off the board who is so ready and capable to do that. It's the white women's March. You know that's basically we all know. That's what the subtext is yeah yeah but you know what. I'M NOT GONNA. Give white people that I don't know something about that feels like you don't get to have that. You don't get to like well. I liked about what direction Raja was saying was was that she on her twitter account. You know how they were using the American flag hit job woman as the poster at the women's March okay so you know how on the poster it it said we the people and this is our greater than fear and then one of directions followers edited the bottom and it said submit to fear which is so oh well done well done okay. Here's my beef. There are a lot of women who are white woman who I like an are my friends. I would preferred a label it as the Nancy Pelosi March. It's not the woman's march anymore. It's the Nancy Pelosi March because to me Nancy Pelosi stands as that older generation and that old way of thinking period regardless of what generation you're from that is like moderate conservative trying trying to be Democrat saying things like I'm not GonNa try to impeach Brett Cavanaugh like to me. That's the same person I don't know I think for me. The women's March just seeing everything the taxing hell into starts tour had to leave the women's march on July fifteenth along with two of her supporters Bob Bland and to make a Maori like just the Lynch mob rightly. There's like Internet mob mentality to attack them on the Internet. Get them kicked out of the women's March now they're trying to lake reframe themselves and finally other people to replace them with in Zaire. Bill would have been like amazing perfect there and then they they don't want her because her whatever so it's just like. Zion is being kicked out of the women's. March is like a reason for me to see this movement and say like this isn't for me. This is not a space for me. This isn't a space for Muslim women. Stop fucking using our Muslim women images in your protests. If so clear that you don't want us for our values are if feels like that's what they want. They just want to like a vision of us. They want the symbol of his job and to protect US and save us but they don't actually want us to actually have a voice. I think they want our voice along as it sounds like a moderate conservative would've voice that doesn't support black lives matter that doesn't work against the moderate conservative movement. That's trying to normalize what trump's doing yeah because here's the quote that's making me feel that way. The same article wrote unfortunately Belu's racist tweets do not stand alone. They seem to reflect the views of of most prominent Muslims in America on the left. What the fuck does that mean that human rights violations by Israel against Palestinians Finian's is not okay. That's a left idea. That's a left idea yeah. Apparently that was a stupid article. I mean when you say that like apparently it's not for us. It sounds like that's exactly what they're fine with saying. I don't think that the women's March can really recover from this which is unfortunate because I think like I think about this a lot. In movements we do do so much work to like move people. They really feel like at some point like the women's march was a movement right like everyone showed up on the capital not because of an organization but because they wanted women to be there I think about this about black lives matter and I think about this about the civil rights movement. There's always like you know Oh. Maybe an informant that's like making this shit like fall apart and there's always like government and FBI NCAA and like. I don't want to be conspiracy theorist but there are like it's not a conspiracy when it's like real movements are always being brought down because they don't WanNa see us rise up in. I feel like that's kind of what's happening here and like ah I think we have to deal with that in a real way. Yeah you know because that is of course going to be there tactic. Why wouldn't it? I feel like that's where we are in the women's. March like this is like it's so so clear this organization has fallen victim to this tactic and like I hope that feeling that people had on election day or inauguration day of showing up. I hope people don't like field. He'll dismissed by that feeling that power of being at the protest these are the splits that they're going to continue to try to create is like the question of like split loyalties and you know. Who Do you stand with you know. Are you one of us all the way until they've moved toward fascism yeah dictatorship. This is their job up. This is what they're trying to do. I think we have to be really blunt about that and know that and work really consciously up against it yeah also are we infiltrating in their meetings and like being like saying as they in these this conversation like when you say they the unified dark money right are we going to. They're like men's activist meetings men's rights activists meetings and like being like yeah men's rights and also I wanNA listen to women's sometimes. I don't feel feel like that's my role in this movement but I'm hoping that you know I'm for hire to infiltrate. I don't know if you'll be able to pass us in these spaces. I'll just go with my white husband. Oh yeah well. I mean like literally like you send your husband and your good. No I want to be there. I just don't I don't know you think you won't work. Get Veronica Mars it

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"maori" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"maori" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"All put our I think is a great message because you know I I recently lost my own though and you know when when that happens you look back on and you think how much more time you spend together and I think that's really what her for her messages don't bring the flowers when I'm dead do it now and I think everyone should take that message we sat down to don is always been my favorite song that I've ever recorded in the pinnacle of my fifty year career that she did nineteen seventy two but I think now delta done has to move over for bring my flowers now song came from my heart are showing love for the ones we have now for their guns so you can argue with that at all this is from a an album call while I'm living right yeah that are coming out yes soon yeah they give you she got to take the stage in the grand old Opry on that night as well be sure this is this on and then she's going to be there she's traveling around September seventeenth should be the Maori ballroom in New York in October six your in laws so that's the update on tenure Tucker here on the DJB program twenty eight after the hour hi I'm Warren Eckstein with the picture tip of the day you know why the behaviorist I'm often asked questions by my listeners saying Warren my dog is behaving in a certain way what about medication no there is a place for medication in terms of behavior but it's always a good idea for veterinarians to work with behaviorist at the same time for example just recently I was working with the dog that never had any aggression problems whatsoever all of a sudden the only started realizing the dog was becoming more aggressive so before I even started any behavior a work with the dog I suggested that they take the dog to the veterinarian and have a checkup a physical check up specifically checked the thyroid well the veterinarian check the thyroid it was totally off kilter the dog was put on medication in conjunction with the medication and some behavior work for me the dog is absolutely fine no more aggressive tendencies so if you notice any change in behavior with your dog or cat your first trip to the veterinarian.

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Your Daily News Brief from the UN

UN News

04:12 min | 3 years ago

Your Daily News Brief from the UN

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. Young people in the South Pacific are leading the fight against global warming UN secretary General Antonio Gutierrez said on Monday as he continued to spotlight. The issue ahead of the climate action summit that he's convened in September in New York speaking in New Zealand, two young Maoris and people of the Pacific islands mister Gutierrez to express his gratitude to them for highlighting the importance of limiting global temperature increase to no more than one point five degrees. Centigrade above preindustrial levels by the end of the century. The UN chief also recognized the important role played by generation zero a New Zealand based youth led organization that provides solutions to cutting carbon pollution through smarter transport and independence from fossil fuels mister Gutierrez insisted that three steps would make a major difference to addressing climate change a carbon tax as opposed to a salary Levy ending fossil fuel subsidies and stopping the construction of new coal plants by twenty twenty. In a related development. Indigenous Australians are to ask a you and human rights committee to investigate its claim that the government is doing too little to limit climate change. According to reports Torres Strait islanders in the north of the country say that global warming is a threat to this viral. Thanks to rising seas tidal surges and coastal erosion, they maintained that the lack of action by the authorities is a threat to the human rights as part of their claim. The group is calling for the UN panel, which is one of ten human rights committees that meet regularly throughout the year in Geneva too cool for Austrailia to reduce its carbon dioxide emissions. An attack by gunmen on H urchin Burkina Faso that left six people dead, reportedly, including a priest has prompted widespread condemnation from senior u n officials including secretary General Antonio, Gutierrez, according to media at the attack took place in the town of Dablo situated in a region that has seen a spike in violence in recent months. The church was burned to the ground along with other buildings include. Ding a health center. In a statement, mister Gutierrez urge all citizens of Burkina Faso to stand firmly with one another across communities and not to succumb to efforts to sow discord and breed further violence just last week three top UN humanitarian officials from bikini Vassar Mali and Niger warned of an unprecedented rise in sophisticated on tax in the Suhel, which are putting the future of a whole generation at stake. Violence is spreading in Mali and Niger as well as became a faster and risks spilling over into other west African countries this has led to a fivefold rise in the displacement of the local population in the last twelve months who have seen more than three hundred and thirty thousand people leave their homes in addition to one hundred thousand refugees, and finally Gaza is a place. That's collapsing socially amid growing and serious humanitarian needs that are making an escalation of conflict there more likely at any time. That's the message from unra the UN relief and Works Agency which settled Monday that the. En Clave is seeing increasing despair and depression among the two million people who live there seventy percent of whom are refugees speaking to journalists in Geneva, Mattias Schmil, director of unrepaired in Gaza said that twelve years of blockade by Israel had left people with little hope more than half of those of working age in Gaza unemployed with little perspective of a job. He said while eighty percent of refugees live below the poverty line and depend on food handouts for the first time in my year and a half there on a herd. Three people separately from each other talk to me about noticing increasing drug abuse, increasing suicide attempts and prostitution, and they put this down to the places. Collapsing. Socially in socio, economic terms and one can see it. And of course in a background against a background like that. Again, esscalation is possible at any time. The UN official added that the recent missile exchanges between Gaza and Israel had been more intense than during the. Fourteen conflict before warning that under urgently needs between forty and fifty million dollars to fund essential humanitarian work in the second half of the year. Daniel Johnson UN news.

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"maori" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

13:10 min | 3 years ago

"maori" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

"That's the sound of a group of young people performing haka in Christ's church. New Zealand in honored the victims of last week's brutal attack on worshipers inside to mosques, the video of their moving tribute has now gone viral just brings us the power and the passion of all of us here and how that's presented culturally to Muslim community. We have them in Mahy rung is a hack up performer an instructor from the Nazi rocky nation in New Zealand. The Hawkeye is a traditional Maori performance with a long enrich history. And it's become a central part of New Zealanders identity Maori or not in that viral video. There are indigenous and non indigenous youth performing the hookah with what looks to be equal master. We asked me he rung to tell us more about how haka became the universal language of passion in New Zealand. Or LT watt as it's called in Maori as you might not the old blacks are New Zealand's international rugby team of famous full. They Huck a come Monte. Watch the old blacks on the other side of the world and the big Arron t- that someone in the local pub watching the old blacks on television would be doing the Hucker along with them like in the middle of the middle of Canada somewhere. Is also of situations in which people will live will actually learn the hookah a lot of schools will have a Hooker with children will learn a hukou. Whether it's four school concert school performance. Whether it's full an interview gathering oganizations will have taught to their workers for an event, I recognized that cultural misappropriation around the world is is definitely a big issue. However, I think one of the things out Seattle is that when people come to our land when people come to us in. They learn from us that we I must must make sure that they haven't understanding of webbie's things come from the hookup, and I'd change the hepatoma non-indigenous people, especially the women's the first thing, I do is I go through the ceremonial process which teaches them what Maine's what it means to them. What means to us, and what the guidelines are regards to perform? Ming a particular haka. I doubt very much that here in L total. We're gonna have one appropriating by DARREN'S when we to Canada just last year, we a hack specifically full missing the missing meta digits women of Canada, and the Huck has cold, and it was a form and a way of offering empathy and end standing in solidarity with those communities with ice families and just by Szekely saying that we we are out there for them. If you look Hucker online at says, that's war dance. It can be a will however has many versions of hukou hukou Britain full winnings. Birthdays, deaths celebrations politics. So help us will also occasions. It's a personal challenge to raise vibration, and Cologne that Innogy in a very passionate pathway in unity with Avas and speak with one voice about the issue. That is Bank spoken to you can't help. But stand up in listen you can't help but feel moved by. What has what was saying with the hukou that's gone viral? From these children presenting the to the Muslim community guards. Ditch. Is a hookup performer and instructor from the nutty rocky nation in New Zealand. Still lots to come here on day six including my space accidentally deletes fifty million songs and Whiteside. Some of hip hop history. There's this sort of incalculable since of loss when any sort of archive disappears like that. Vetted vetted denture situation because people are dying of these flats thousands of people in motion beacon Zimbabwe are still stranded this weekend more than a week after their countries were ravaged by cyclone die. The United Nations says it may be one of the worst natural disasters to hit southern Africa in living history. Hundreds were killed hundreds of thousands are homeless in the wake of the storm. Floodwaters left countless people stranded on rooftops and even tree branches entire villages have disappeared. As a result of the flooding. Ninety percent of Beira a city of half a million people has been discussing. Aid workers are racing to get help to those who survived and in some parts of the country. Local residents are taking rescue efforts into their own hands in gore on Goza national park. Rangers are rescuing their neighbors. Many of whom have been trapped along the Poon Guay river without food or safe water. Gregory Carr is an American philanthropist who helps run the goes restoration project in partnership with the Mozambican government. I spoke with them just before he flew to Mozambique to join the relief efforts. Gregory welcome to the program. Good morning grant. Thanks for having me the Gorongosa national park was directly in the path of this hurricane. What are you hearing about conditions in the park today? Gone goes park is a hundred miles from the city of Beira, but we are at sea level. Meaning that the storm came straight to us without diminishing in three days. We received five hundred millimeters of rain, or if you use inches that's twenty inches of rain in three days and winds of one hundred eighty kilometers an hour, and the people who live around going goes, the national park are some of the poorest people in the world they live in stick houses. There's no other way to describe it. And I have six hundred employees who worked for me going goes national park two hundred sixty of them are Park Rangers. And these Rangers our brave men and women, and they are outstanding waist high in the water. Rescuing people from the top of termite mounds, which are some of the highest things in the area or from trees and carrying those people to higher ground carrying them to a couple of schools where we have setups centers for feeding people that the Rangers themselves can't get around easily ROY. Or washed out rivers are torrents. So we'll use a big tractor to haul a boat to the river get across the river. Get supplies in these Rangers might walk ten kilometers with fifty kilograms of supplies on their back. The situation is dire. We have our own helicopter in going to park. Fortunately, so we can fly an hour to a nearby city load up food fly back and then let are ranges distribute. There's a massive humanitarian effort underway, but there's just no possibility of getting everybody in how much longer will the people who are being rescued in your Rangers who are performing heroic services here. How much longer will they be working under conditions which are this on safe? I think it's going to be a few weeks of floods because the rain continues across. The center of Mozambique. It goes into ZIM Bob way, it goes into another country nearby called Malawi, but then that water all has to come back to the Indian Ocean. And we're lying in that fled pass. So that means that a week two weeks from now we're gonna have these torrential floods still coming back our way. So we assume we're going to be feeding people for ninety days before your minds can can even move to a to a face to what stories have the Rangers fared with you about the people that they've been helping went scares are. Rangers is. You're walking waist high in water. You see a small family on the top of termite, man. They need to realize that in Mozambique attorney might man can be twenty feet tall and the Rangers walk up, and they can save these people that can put him in a boat or put him in a canoe. But then where do you go, you know, there might be a small school two or three kilometers away? And we can take them to that school. But does that school have food? Does that school had medicine what if there's five hundred people in a tiny room? So that's what we're focused on right now is is getting out to the people. I we're just gonna keep doing it night and day in these are traumatize people you described them as some of the poorest people in the world, and they they have survived for now, the cataclysm that happened to them, but they've experienced enormous trauma. Did your Rangers report casual? 'these did were they aware of people who who didn't make it through the storm? It's horrifying to say this to say this out loud is emotionally painful, but they've seen bodies floating in the river at a time. Like this. You have to worry about cholera where you've also obviously developed an infrastructure that allows you to function as humanitarian aid agency in this circumstance. But what about the city of Beira that you mentioned this is the fourth largest city in Mozambique? It's about one hundred sixty kilometers away from the park. Are you hearing anything about what conditions are like in that city? Yes, I hand because some of my employees live in Beira, and some of them have been able to get, you know, very brief what's app connection or very brief phone line before it goes down. This is a city of five hundred thousand people that's underwater that is a massive reconstruction effort, and and that level of. Effort will have to be handled by the United Nations by the World Food Program. But it's more than it's more than this immediate response that I'm talking about it really is rethinking our relationship to the natural world, you know, a city shouldn't be built below sea level in the first place. We had this with New Orleans in my country. I'm sure many of you followed that story now part of Bayer is below sea level, and we're gonna have to rethink where we're putting our cities where we're putting our people something that we wanna do at Gorongosa over the coming few years as as we get out of this mess is create a corridor. Call it a wetland corridor where we can absorb water, and where humans don't live in the path of this water and had that be a quarter that reaches all the way from Gorongosa to the Indian Ocean. So we need to be doing some large scale land planning. In this era of climate change. And we've got some big thinking that we need to do across this entire planet. Not just Mozambique. We got some serious thinking we need to do because you can attribute this cyclones severity to climate change. Meanwhile, the situation on the ground remains precarious, and you have people who don't have homes, and you have transportation systems that are not working and land that you can't traverse. What happens if in the next week or two or three there's another storm not necessarily as intense as last week's? But but a serious storm. What happens then, well, you know, as we speak people like my Rangers are at this very moment. Distributing food medicine to people if another storm hits in three weeks, then we're gonna be resilient, and we're gonna just keep going and believe me at takes it takes some resiliency. I mean, we can't get through our roads. I. Had a group of twelve Rangers. Walk twenty eight kilometers from one part of the park to come into camp to give us a report on a remote area. We're down at that level were down at the individual human beings with courage, helping other human beings, and we're not gonna stop people have been very kind. We've been getting some donations, and that's all we can do Gregory car. Thank you for talking to us today. Thank you. Brent Gregory car helps run the goring goes arrestation project. Right

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"maori" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:03 min | 3 years ago

"maori" Discussed on KCRW

"Several of the Maori men performing it do so through tears, prompting others to cry. There are hundreds of family members here, and dozens of survivors a man in his fifty s told me when the shooting started bodies piled up on top of him. And he's not sure how he wasn't hit with a bullet. Another man a Don from Somalia told me after his young son was shot in the gunman had fled. He picked up his boy cradle them in his arms as the boy lay dying. Don says he kept whispering into his sons ear got us sufficient. He is my protector. God is sufficient he is my protector. Rob Schmitz, NPR news Christ's church. According to New Zealand's, Prime minister, the alleged shooter was not on any watch lists for New Zealand or Australia. Our next guest says law enforcement needs to focus on white power. Groups alley Sufian is a former FBI counterterrorism special agent who investigated both the USS Cole bombing and the events of nine eleven he talks about Islamic extremism and white power in the same breath. There are striking resemblance in ideology and strategy and recruitment tactics, especially between organizations like Okada and Islam estate. We see them more and more sharing videos at portraying military lifestyle. Similar to those that ISIS spread cultivating a global network. It's these groups are not just domestic groups are not just operating out of vacuum in the US or in Germany, or in the UK or in Australia. There is a global network of right-wing extremists. All that being said, do you think there needs to be a shift then in the way law enforcement combat's right wing extremists? I think we need to make them a priority. So far are not a priority. We see an increasing threat emerging in the United States. And in Europe, however, far fewer resources are devoted to combating this threat at least in the United States. I think our European partners have been focusing on that more. However, unfortunately in the United States enforcement FBI joint terrorism task forces. I've been doing a good job. But it's local in nature. It's not part of our wider federal conversation. That's happening in Washington on how to deal with these kind of things you one of the people before nine eleven to I raise the alarm about Islamic extremism. Do you think we are at an inflection point with white power movements? Absolutely. We so far do not understand the foreign connections to it a while ago in this offense center, we put a report about the impact of Moscow on the Russian propaganda shifted from the Cold War era of supporting left-wing extremists in communist movement to now capitalizing on the resurgence of the right-wing extremist movement both in the United States and in Europe. And we see that more and more every day, even in Charlottesville, for example, when they were demonstrating and saying all these vile started they said in Chad one of these chance that they were saying over there Russia is our friend. Russia is our friend before we finish. I just want to also give you the opportunity as a Muslim to reflect personally on the attack in New Zealand. This is a terrorist attack and any terrorist attack on human beings is a horrible acts. I think this is a. Vile ideology that does not discriminate between religions between people. They are advocating pure, white ethnic society. Very similar to what I've seen before. With some of these you Heidi groups that advocates appear Muslim society in the way, they understand Islam. I think it's always very hard on you see these kind of attacks, and it's always also harder. When you see it in a place at a place of worship like a mosque in Quebec or mosque in London or a mosque in New Zealand or a synagogue in Pittsburgh. Lisa fan is a former FBI counterterrorism agent and the founder of the Sufan group. Thank you very much. Thank you. A small Italian town in the region of Gloria garnered a lot of.

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"maori" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"maori" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"A deep freeze the fed practices patients news next, but first the Weather Channel forecast anchors windshields continue through mid week with wind chills. Colder sixty below zero tonight and a wind chill warning until noon on Thursday or attempts to twenty four below haven't been this cold since the eighties one above on Thursday, one below Thursday nights in one to three inches of fresh snow coming in tomorrow. And then I quick warm up this weekend looking forward to Sunday about forty eight degrees. From the Weather Channel, I'm Scott Lawrimore WLS AM eight ninety with another update thirty minutes right now, we have fourteen below at O'Hare thirteen below at midway eleven below at the lakefront. The wind chill is thirty eight below zero this hour sponsored in part by Comcast business fast is a gig speed network that gets business done beyond fast is technology that makes business boom. Comcast business beyond fast. Take your business. Visit Comcast business dot com. Wind chills dipped as low as fifty six degrees below zero in northern Illinois. Is bitter cold weather weather moved in last night. ABC seven meteorologist Larry Maori tells the John how will show that they received several reports of loud booms heard across the area. Maori says it could have been what's called ice quake underneath the snowpack. They're still liquid water in the ground. And when it gets that cold, the temperatures are cold enough where that water that's in the ground can freeze rapidly. And when that happens, the water expands as it, freezes and it separates the ground. And it almost creates a mini type of earthquake. And it creates this really wild booming sound that a lot of people heard last night at one point tens of thousands of customers. Lost power utility company says that number is down to nine hundred mostly in Cook County, the cold has struck Chicago transportation to with more than sixteen hundred canceled flights at O'Hare, and midway and limited rail service. Lisa Morrison Butler with Chicago's department of family and support services. Anyone who needs? A place to warm up Chicago three one one no one should be out in this weather. We have and we will continue to add resources in order to be able to help and support. Our most vulnerable citizens tonight. We're looking at a low near twenty five below with wind chills as low as thirty five to forty five below zero. And.

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"maori" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"maori" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"But I'm trying everyday we know a lot of us are skinned don't know, we don't, but we're trying to figure it out. And so again, this is a place of community. We're trying to figure it out together. And sometimes there's stress and sometimes we need to talk about how we're stress so other people can realize not the only ones that stressed out there, indeed were all distressed together. But there's also ways to figure out how to prepare propel ourselves forward in our stress. So that we're not like sitting in lowering to overcome us in if sometimes you hear the other people stressed it makes you feel better to know that you're not the only person who's going through. It's not necessarily misery loves company situation. But it's more like all right. I'm not in this by myself. So I, you know, whether that be you forming accountability groups are just checking in with your friends like. Sometimes it's a it's a good way for you to let your friends know what you're going through. So that somebody can check it on you. And you're not filling isolated like there's so many good qualities to why you need to talk about these things is any stresses. It remember again, not all anxieties are betting Zayed's true. And this literally like, the the the main reason why wanted teams I've been fast to kind of be a thing because it was when I use the hashtag initially before was anything other than that. It was just me saying man, I hate typing out these references slavery. Why didn't nobody tell that? I should have been doing this all along, you know, and I was just saying on Twitter, and then people started chiming in and with my old girl used this use min delai us in in no us like, you know. So there I'm saying that all we all talk about. Out the end the finish line, the accomplishment, but we very rarely talk about the process and the things that trip us up along the way how we trip that we fail, and we busted I lived all and on what we learned from tripping up and fallen in Boston I live so all that the same in. Bionic is nervous. I just wish I wish that she would. And I mean like you said she did say without failures. You know, there will be no lesson been lessons. But, but I do wish that we could be more comfortable, and and get to a place as a society, and whether it'd be like in professional culture, family, culture, life culture, will we don't feel like we got to be all shiny and pretty and in in retouched and filtered edited all the time. And just be like. Yeah, man. I tried that. And that was a fail. Yeah. I can't man. Instagram live. I try like anything you see posing as a gram is true in real. I can't do nothing. I can't do nothing else. I can't polish it up. If I'm not in the mood to polish it up. Like, I can't do. It's a really thing. I've ever heard brab. I mean, it's just it's just. Yeah. And sometimes it's just refreshing to see, you know, who's refreshing who Tia Maori because. Come on, even when she get on my nerves problematic ones. We'll carry. No. It's not. No. It's not too Cording. She's she's cute. She posts her like her. Oh my God. Her post pregnancy pictures, and she talks about her struggle with losing the baby way, especially with the second baby. And she talked about her struggles in her first pregnant like she's very transparent about her human journeys. In. And I know it's, you know, for the purpose of being like, hey, I know Hollywood has a really bad habit of making you think that you supposed to snap back in in two weeks in like be ready to go with this flat belly. And no stretch marks. She's like that's not real life. And I'm gonna show you how I'm dealing with this. How I'm looking my hair's, a mess, and you know, it's me and this baby around this house, and I have this other child like, and I appreciate I appreciate the fact that she does that you know, what I'm saying? And that's just kinda of mckeon turn like this is kind of what we wanna do. We don't want you all to think that we know every life lesson and every episode is getting ready to be in these are here five steps on how you can manage this or that that's not even realistic..

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"maori" Discussed on Photofocus Podcast

Photofocus Podcast

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"maori" Discussed on Photofocus Podcast

"Sometimes you're you know, you try things, and it doesn't work and instead of being discouraged by that you have to be a little introspective and ask yourself, why didn't it work? And if it didn't work how off make it work and just go out and get it done. You know, don't be afraid to reach out to the potential clients that you want the worst that can happen. Is that they say, no, they're not interested. And if you don't reach out, the answer is automatically know. So if you reach out at least, there's the potential that they could say, yes, the other thing is that is to really hone your craft, you know, become a master at what you do. And I think self criticism is is a good thing as long as it's constructive in the form of take your portfolio, and you look at other people's work. That you admire and you can pair it in the sense of of if my work does not if you're honest in your life. My work is not meeting the standard that they are producing how up my level of Pataki and not look at it from the aspect of this. These people were competition or jealousy. But like man, I started to thing Oma through my Instagram feed called hashtag champion your peers. And the whole point of it was I will do. These little Instagram stories every once in a while feature another photographer that I really appreciate their work, and what they've done within the industry because a want the young photographers, especially that are just starting out to stop viewing other photographers as competition, but honor those who went before you and have been successful, do amazing work and realize there's something you can learn from that, and that you can grow and one day that could potentially be you. But if you sit around making excuses all day of all they're better than I am and they their land in all these clients, and I'm not got anybody like that does no good like honor those who go before you learn from them mastercraft, stop making excuses and get out there and pursue what your heart is calling you to pursue. So I don't need to write another blog post. Play that back. Hopefully that helps that's the perfect way to to rep of this interview. That is that is so that's so cool. That's powerful. Wow. Adam, you, are you are awesome. And I don't I don't say that just lightly. I mean, really you're just your philosophy in the way, you do business and your body of work is amazing. I wanna make sure that listeners can check out your work on line. So can you tell folks where they can find you? Absolutely, obviously, mama website in just Adam Owlry dot com. And then a stay pretty active on Instagram as well. And it's just at a Maori.

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Jase Te Patu - Mindfulness, Maori Mythology and Yoga

The Flow Artists Podcast

05:45 min | 4 years ago

Jase Te Patu - Mindfulness, Maori Mythology and Yoga

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New Zealand Prime Minister returns home from hospital with new baby

Red Eye Radio

01:27 min | 4 years ago

New Zealand Prime Minister returns home from hospital with new baby

"To serve but under a new government system grants him sweeping additional powers abc foreign editor cure at radius says there's concern that irwan will now be able to stifle descent what president urged one will be able to do he's he'll be able to appoint judges appoint senior officials he won't need to go to parliament for a lot of things to be able to come up with a budget and essentially critics would say that this consolidates power in one man without the checks and balances that we have in our system for example zealand's prime minister plans take six weeks of leave but be available for any events that warren her attention abc's mona rivera explains why she's taking leaf little one arrived new zealand prime minister just send aren gave birth thursday to a baby girl at a hospital in auckland and before leaving the hospital sunday she and her partner clark gave herd revealed the baby's name on facebook little leave ti abdoun is going to be a middle name okay so nieve gifford nieve means bright and radiant tiara is a maori word for love and the name of a mountaineer her hometown of hamilton new zealand montereau veira abc news ardor joins former pakistan prime minister benazir bhutto is the only modern world leaders to give birth while in office this is abc news finding great candidates to hire can be like well trying to find a needle in a haystack but not with ziprecruiter the smartest way to.

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