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'Another Stupid, Redundant, Dismal Canadian Election'

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:46 min | 14 hrs ago

'Another Stupid, Redundant, Dismal Canadian Election'

"Has decided to commit suicide as australia has and zealand has the english speaking countries other greatest disappointments in the world. I don't know why to this day. I don't know why which is not like me always asked the question. Why conrad black in the spectator has a fairly direct statement about. Monday's election canada. Another stupid redundant dismal canadian election. I like when a guy tells you what he thinks. In the title in the six years of his government trudeau has distracted the country with a ludicrously alarmist view of climate change and preposterously self-important notion of how much difference canada with its miniscule carbon footprint and generally high ecological standards can make to. This end is persecuted. Candidates greatest industry oil and gas unmercifully and driven. Large sections of western. Canada contemplate possible deliverance of separation. Canada is divided as the united states. And i understand why people would want to separate from one another. It's why i agree. I re- wouldn't left to say it. I agree you have nothing in common with me. And i have nothing in common with view so i don't want the united states to dissolve. I don't want candidate to dissolve but I rather live in a good country than a bad country. I rather live with freedom than without freedom. i'd rather live with healthy people than with hypochondriacs and there. There are so many examples that one could give

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Supervolcano Eruptions Aren't Single Events

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

01:57 min | 3 d ago

Supervolcano Eruptions Aren't Single Events

"You study ones that civil kano eruptions on singular events but can continue with follow up last for thousands of years after the first eruption super volcanic eruptions are among the most catastrophic event in any planet's history then includes the earth they vet tremendous amounts of magma almost instantaneously they impact global climate here on earth that means triggering volcanic winter with abnormally cold temperatures causing widespread feminine population disruptions and e findings reported in the journal nature based on a study of volcanic debris from the turbo eruption indonesia. Seventy five thousand years ago. There's no other way to say it. Tober was the largest volcanic eruption in human history. It had a volcanic explosively index of eight the highest possible score on the chart. The volcanic explosively index is a lot of rhythmic scale for an eruption depend on how much welcoming materials thrown out to what hide it's thrown and how long the eruption lasts. Well people these days talk about events. Such as the famous eighteen eighty three eruption of krakatoa in the sunda strait between the islands of java and sumatra or more recently mount saint helens eruption in washington. State these with thousands of times smaller than tober. Thankfully super volcanoes like turbo. A few and far between the last was new. Zealand's taboo volcano. Some twenty eight thousand five hundred years ago. Should volcanoes often erupt several times with evils of tens of thousands of vs between bigger options. But it's not known what happens. During the dormant periods one of the study's authors associate professor martin denny shake from curtin. University says gani understanding of these lengthy dormant periods hope scientists workout. What to look for an young active sipa volcanoes and help. Scientists prick future eruptions

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White House Announces New Security Pact With Australia and UK

Coffee House Shots

01:36 min | 6 d ago

White House Announces New Security Pact With Australia and UK

"Let's just talk briefly about this new partnership between the us australia and the uk. Casey it was announced yesterday. Just explain what it's intending to achieve. Guess there's it's an e packed in in theory and is a security pact. We have a situation where australia will be making new submarines with health in the us. Osa the caper in the us technology in us intelligence. And it has created a diplomatic steph or a number of reasons one. Because obviously you have the five is and this appears to be a breakway from the fives. Some of the countries have in it meeting on coming up with the rain plan. And i think that is seeing even though it's not specifically as a response to china and this is a group trying to tackle they think will be chinese aggression in this area. I think that you use saying the allies or the allies of the uk. Australia and the us. I'm unhappy because you have a situation. Where france had been quite a public their annoyance over this land because a french company had previously had a contract to let australia on submarines and that has now gone in favor of lectern with the us. And that i think are new zealand. A member of the five. Is you have a proper. Because just into autumn relating to rules they had previously in place is saying that these submarines won't say. Hey kennel enter. Newseum waters and i think that is just suggesting a tilt. In towns case foreign policy in the areas it's focusing on usa allies most values

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U.S., Australia and UK Unveil New Security Partnership

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:55 min | 6 d ago

U.S., Australia and UK Unveil New Security Partnership

"The biden administration's efforts to counter chinese dominance in asia and support allies in the region is gathering steam. This week the us uk and australia agreed a landmark security pact in the indo pacific. The move will see australia. Build nuclear powered submarines for the first time the pack will also cover artificial intelligence cyber and quantum technologies. So what does all this mean for australia. Monaco's contributor in canberra ardebili. Gary sent us. This report the news that ustralia is going to be getting nuclear-powered submarines came out of the blue five years ago. We signed an agreement with the french to provide us with diesel-powered submarines. It has since become clear that these technology would not be adequate to meet security challenges. Plus they wouldn't be delivered for almost twenty years at the same time. Need security partnership between australia. The us and uk was announced called aucas. All of this is pretty big knees. Even if you're not someone to spend a lot of time thinking about submarines the full details haven't yet been announced but it is clear that it's all about sending a strong message to china. Tensions between australia and china has been increasing over the past few years so this deal is all about australia. Proving to beijing that it has big and powerful allies that it can rely on but it will get australia. Offside with other friends new zealand and pacific countries are avowedly anti nuclear. Oh new zealand has already said it won't allow the subs in its waters. Australia is a signatory to the nuclear nonproliferation treaty. So we can expect that e inspectors will be doorsteps wanting access and china has put out a statement. Saying it's irresponsible big questions now. Are this tacitly. Say that his strategy is undoubtedly in a cold war situation with china. And just how much safer will australia. Now be

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No Bull: Scientists Potty Train Cows to Use 'MooLoo'

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last week

No Bull: Scientists Potty Train Cows to Use 'MooLoo'

"Scientists say cow is can be potty trained as easily as toddlers maybe easier animal behavioral scientist Lindsay Matthews and his team at New Zealand university of Auckland set up a special pen called the Mulu usually takes about two to four years for toddlers to be potty trained for cow was three I heard about yeah on average twenty twenty four of your nations and I work for the trump towers P. a lot a single cow can produce about eight gallons of urine a day urine contains nitrogen and when mixed with feces becomes ammonia which is an environmental issue the mobile helps manage waste and reduce greenhouse gases how's that go outside the Mulu get sprayed with cold water those who urinate in the mold get a sweet treat mostly molasses they love treats the mobile only involve urine Matthews predicts they could train cows to poop in a certain place too I'm a Donahue

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Facial Recognition Tech: Open Your Eyes to Radiation

The Darin Olien Show

02:51 min | Last week

Facial Recognition Tech: Open Your Eyes to Radiation

"So infrared radiation. Which is the thing that we're using the tool that they're using for this facial. Recognition is thermal radiation is more electro magnetic radiation spectrum and a certain wavelength above red visible light between seven hundred nanometers and one millimeter. That's the wavelength and then there was a study done on and this is brutal. I'm sorry that this happened to the rabbits. However i am anna site. This study in service of the rabbits that unfortunately were brutally killed in this process. A hate that studies are still doing this. But this is something that was done study was done in new zealand to look at potentially harmful effects of this infrared radiation. This i are standing. For infrared radiation on the either rabbits were exposed to varying amounts of the i. r. then were unfortunately. This is where it's brutal. I'm just telling you they're heads. Were cut off. So then they were able to look at the lenses and the retinas and all of that stuff immediately after that and they concluded that the protein of the islands is very very sensitive to this infrared radiation. And that's the difference. Infrared radiation really doesn't do much in this form to the scan into the body but when it's directed at the i that's where things can go sideways and actually can contribute to cataracts. The exposure of the rabbits was up to ten minutes and keep in mind that that is not the exposures usually ten seconds for the phone. But what we don't know yet is how little and how much will create the damage. But if you're opening your phone multiple times a day than that adds up and then over time over length of you using your phone and weeks months and years and decades. Now you're starting to get the hint. That infrared radiation going into your eyeball is not a great idea. According to the international commission on non ionizing radiation protection is c. n. i. r. p. They made a statement of the i. r. energy from ira an i. r. b. poses a risk to the human eye the penetration depth of these. I are bands varies from one point. Two and three micrometres therefore the corner the lens and the retina can be damaged due to the thermal effects associated with the i. r. exposure

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British TV Watchers Were Very Confused About American Ads.

Planet Money

02:48 min | 2 weeks ago

British TV Watchers Were Very Confused About American Ads.

"So a few months ago. A bunch of people in england tuned into some good ole live complete with commercials. Us tv obviously. It was the royal infused. I'm prince harry and meghan petra. Diaz is in south hampshire england. Where the meghan markle. Prince harry oprah interview was going to air the day after it aired in the us. So petra and a bunch of other brits tuned into us tv so that they could get all the royal t in real time. Wait hold wait a minute. Your family cut you off. I hall the first quarter of twenty twenty and aside from all the royal palace bombshells. There was this one thing that really stood out to brits about. us television the commercials. They were not like commercials in england. Very very pushy. Very chelsea by this do it now. Whereas it's like they tend to be a bit of jokey. Petro remember seeing an ad for some kind of medicine and she was like Okay that's a little odd but then there was another one is an element that would have been really serious so either like chronic something paying or whatever it was it was a very in depth commercial about it. And i. This is dramatic. Yeah all over twitter during his oprah interview. British people are saying the same thing. What is the deal with all of these medicine ads in the us. Because england doesn't allow commercials for prescription drugs and it never even crossed my mind. That medicine was say like was promoted. I didn't it. Did not even cross my mind that that was the thing brits were like you lot get bombarded like this daily and american medical adverts are some real dystopia and like how is the cream for your joints going to give you cancer. These are all real tweaks. Yeah breads had a lot of fun with the side effects. Petro is tweeting to and she couldn't tell who the ads were. Even for really so i didn't understand. The advocates ought to sow the medicine to the public. And somebody replies to the tweet saying it's not to sell sell it so that you go to your doctor and convince them to give that to you. Which is the strangest strangest thing. I could think called. One of the tweets was like hold on. Hold on hold on. You are supposed to go to your doctor and tell them what you need like doing. Weird low idea so many people outside of the united states. We're like what the heck is going on over there in america because while there are ads for over the counter drugs in most of the world the us and new zealand are the only two countries that allow drug companies to advertise prescription drugs directly to

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Australian Prime Minister Hints at End to 'Covid Zero' Amid Record Infections

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

Australian Prime Minister Hints at End to 'Covid Zero' Amid Record Infections

"And they're not locking down any word even countries that previously locked down. They realized they can't keep doing that. Australia plus stralia was a new zealand. These are countries that have been locking down over a few cases in a desperate effort to stop calvin from spreading. Well the prime minister over there has decided that the country's approach is not sustainable. And they're going to end their kovic zero policy they're going to wait until most adults are vaccinated and then the government will finally drop most restrictions

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Extremist Abused and Attacked Officers in New Zealand Prison

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 weeks ago

Extremist Abused and Attacked Officers in New Zealand Prison

"During the time an Islamic state inspired terrorist was incarcerated in New Zealand he was moved to a more secure prison often using violence the National Commission on new Zealand's department of corrections says often made some students would often abused off and they be multiple times when he thrown feces and urine at them or threaten violence even resorting to punching offices I first some students was housed at a general prison but was later shifted to a maximum security jail off to an incident in June twenty twenty when staff tried to move him to an exercise yard he was then released from custody in July he was arrested after police found Islamic state videos on a hunting knife at his apartment I'm Charles the last month

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Climate Change Pushes New Zealand to Warmest Recorded Winter

NPR News Now

00:18 sec | 2 weeks ago

Climate Change Pushes New Zealand to Warmest Recorded Winter

"New zealand. Wraps up its winter season. Scientists say that country has seen its warmest winter ever recorded with the average temperature fifty degrees fahrenheit champ. Researchers were boosted by more warm winds than usual for the north and warmer sea temperatures in new zealand.

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ISIS Supporter Killed After Stabbing Attack at New Zealand Supermarket

NPR News Now

00:16 sec | 2 weeks ago

ISIS Supporter Killed After Stabbing Attack at New Zealand Supermarket

"Zealand. Prime minister justin to our dern is vowing to strengthen the country's anti-terrorism laws after a known isis supporters stabbed seven people in a supermarket yesterday the attacker had been under surveillance. Three people are in critical

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Extremist was released from New Zealand jail despite fears

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Extremist was released from New Zealand jail despite fears

"The supermarket attack has highlighted deficiencies in new Zealand's anti terror laws experts say the current rules a two focused on punishing actions on inadequate for dealing with plots before they are carried out prime minister Jacinda Allah Dan says lawmakers will close to filling in some of these legislative holes when the attack occurred she's vowed rules will be changed by the end of the month police commissioner Andrew Costa says hello they will working under require the man to make the first move I'm Charles de Ledesma

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New Zealand Police Were Following Extremist Who Stabbed 6

World News This Week

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

New Zealand Police Were Following Extremist Who Stabbed 6

"A terrorist attack. Friday in auckland new zealand. Police say a man grabbed a knife from a supermarket shelf and started stabbing people at random. Abc's james longman at the foreign desk. What is extraordinary about this that he was already on. A terror. Watch list had extremist views. He was an isis sympathizer. For that reason the police were constantly monitoring him in fact they were that at the supermarket. They just thought he had gone shopping. Thankfully though they're able to respond very very quickly within sixty seconds of his attack he was shot dead. He's understood to be shrunken national. He's been living in new zealand for ten years. Five years ago he was put on the terror. Watch list

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US Jobs Report Disappoints — Only 235,000 Positions Added vs. Expectations of 720,000

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:36 min | 2 weeks ago

US Jobs Report Disappoints — Only 235,000 Positions Added vs. Expectations of 720,000

"Biden's approval is tanking. The democrats are faced with horrific jobs. Numbers major jobs disappointment. America's jobs recovery hit a huge roadblock. Today the august numbers released only two hundred and thirty. Five thousand jobs were added back to the economy. Predictions headed around seven hundred. Twenty eight thousand so nearly a year and a half into the recovery the us economy remains about five and a half million jobs short of where it was before the pandemic Locked this country down countries got a completely open up. We gotta get back. Gotta learn to live with this virus. You can't let the supposed you know rising cases and the country you there's different ways to be virus and there's a way to beat a virus you're not gonna radically eight it. Even new zealand learned that australia. Figure that out the hard way you can't look at say there's one case we're gonna shut the whole country down. That's ridiculous it's stupid. It's a virus and yet people are so fanatical they say things like it's gonna kill you. You're gonna die you're gonna die and yet there are real life and death battles happening in our country every day.

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New Zealand police kill 'terrorist' after he stabs 6 people

AP News Radio

01:04 min | 2 weeks ago

New Zealand police kill 'terrorist' after he stabs 6 people

"New Zealand authorities was so worried about an extremist inspired by global terror groups they were following him around the clock well able to shoot and kill him within sixty seconds of him unleashing a frenzied knife attack in a supermarket the terrorist is a SriLankan at national who arrived in New Zealand in October of two thousand and eleven he became a person of national security interest from two thousand and sixteen New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern describing the incident as a terror attack tells reporters the man was a she Lincoln national inspired by the Islamic state group who was under constant surveillance what happened today was despicable it was hateful it was wrong witnesses say the man shouted I'll walk up bar meaning god is great and started stopping random shoppers sending people running and screaming I'm Charles the list as my

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Terror Suspect Stabs 6 in New Zealand Before Police Shoot Him Down

Monocle 24: The Briefing

00:17 sec | 2 weeks ago

Terror Suspect Stabs 6 in New Zealand Before Police Shoot Him Down

"Police. New zealand have shot and killed a violent extremist who stabbed and wounded at least six people at a supermarket in auckland. Prime minister cinder awda and said the terrorist attack was carried out by sri lankan national. He was under surveillance. By new zealand's intelligence

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New Zealand Company to Trial a Four-Day Week

The Pulse

02:07 min | 2 weeks ago

New Zealand Company to Trial a Four-Day Week

"Right now. A lot of employers are having a hard time finding staff. I'm seeing signs and ads. Promise bonuses for new employees all kinds of perks. Some economists argue that better working conditions could change the game higher wages good benefit packages and how about a shorter workweek for the same pay jets. Lehman has this profile of a new zealand company. That's trying that approach. Few months i've been giving whole question of of how we work quantities. Andrew barnes stood before an assembly of his employees and told them that starting in about a month everyone would work only four days a week instead of five and he'd keep paying everyone their full salary they'd keep all their benefits. You forte's week and you will be five q the balloon drop and confetti cannons right. You know the initial response from the company was not rapturous applause. It was shock and followed by nervous laughter. Because what was the catch. The had to be a catch. This was in two thousand eighteen. Before the pandemic ended the meaning of work for millions and andrews company perpetual guardian wasn't some plucky new startup out to disrupt and shake things up the two principal. Units of my business have been around since the eighties so we are very much old school and trust companies. Aw very stayed dull boring. Dependable businesses estate planning basically synonymous with stability continuity. Doing things the way they'd always been done andrews colleagues were skeptical of his plans to say the least girl italy every single person on my board every single member of the leadership team all four. It was not gonna work. And i was mad but andrew very conveniently owned a good chunk of the company.

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Influential Educators: Dame Marie Clay

Encyclopedia Womannica

01:54 min | 2 weeks ago

Influential Educators: Dame Marie Clay

"To come. Let's talk about mari clay. Mari was born in nineteen. Twenty six in wellington new zealand. When she was five years old. Her parents divorced. Mari lift primarily with her mother but bounced between both parents houses. As a result. Mari ended up pretending four different primary schools. Something that would later influence her career trajectory in one thousand nine. Forty-five mari earned her primary school teaching credentials at wellington college of education following her time at wellington mara went onto earn both her bachelor's and master's degree her master's thesis focused on finding solutions for teaching special. Needs students. how to read and write in the nineteen fifties. Mari was awarded a fulbright scholarship. The award allowed her to continue her research at the university of minnesota and developmental child psychology and childhood literacy during her studies. Mari came to disagree with the prevailing literature about the ability of low achieving students to learn to read instead. Mari developed her own viewpoints. That would shape her research for decades to come. After finishing her fulbright mar moved back to wanganui new zealand where she taught elementary school and worked as a school psychologist. Then in nineteen sixty. She moved to auckland and joined the university of auckland's faculty. She taught educational psychology while pursuing her doctoral degree she was interested in understanding how children learn to read and how teachers could better support. The children who are falling behind. Her research was unique because it focused on closely observing a child's development over time

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"new zealand" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

05:21 min | 3 weeks ago

"new zealand" Discussed on Pressure Points

"Gunpowder killed nine people. Which ignites your whale oil. And i don't know if you know much about oil when it's above water. Aj actually know a lot about way oil disasters. So i'm i've got a good picture of what's going on. The a loyal starts burning the ship. Great thing about oil fires when you try to put them out with water it combustion once again it's splashes and spreads it out and it floats on the surface of the water so now the oceans on our so you ever raised some. Some english pitches so bad that ocean catches on fire. Hail yet about cursed so they they blow up the ship. They liked the oil blow up the ship like the ocean on fire. It burns down to the whole. Like right down to the waterline dishes done. And after it finishes burning probably days. Go by the mallory. Just say this is sanctioned land. We're not nobody go near the the whole. That's a sacred area. We don't touch that because that should is very likely cursed. Yeah so it's sacred and prohibited. No fucking thank you now. It takes a few weeks. Okay all right but word gets back to the europeans. That ship well one. There's a ship missing in word gets back that like five people are being held captive in new zealand so they start working with a chief in the area to kind of figure things out to to work out safe passage more or less. Yeah figure out. Can we get in. There can get our boys and they they get somebody to go down there. To kind of mitigate getting these people back and he goes down and he takes two of the chiefs that are holding these people the one that took the the two year old girl and the current tribe and he takes his chiefs in basically has tied up. Takes them onto a ship. And he says you're going to give me these people back or i'm going to enslave you and take you back to my country and you're going to work for the rest of your life until i deem it okay for you to die okay..

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"new zealand" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

04:21 min | 3 weeks ago

"new zealand" 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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"new zealand" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

03:40 min | 3 weeks ago

"new zealand" Discussed on Pressure Points

"Damn. You almost didn't get that in there at the end. I've been exploring my options as the end of a a car advertisement. Oh yeah so so. We'll see the disclaimer. Yeah zero percent. it's because i'm watching. My career is over. Yeah watching get me. Don't look at me but since we made a big time on the patriot. Not this is not an ad for our patriotic we We spamming of this month. Yeah we are sorry. I'm so sorry that's fine. It's there though but Because of that we've been able to take a trip all over the world last week. We didn't mention it but we were actually recording in madagascar. Yeah yup yup were a couple of weeks before that we need. We don't want to mention it at the time because it felt really pretentious to say we're in madagascar right now. Yeah yeah i mean. We don't we don't want to show our well yeah. I don't wanna flaunt patron well for ten subscribers in your face but bitch. We've made it. Did you see the The okay now. i'll bring that up after. Yeah so this week we're in new zealand. It was a hot trip on the boat. And we're just gonna talk about are like what we've been doing in new zealand for the for the next fifty to sixty minutes. Yeah yup we. We're regularly doing on location reporting starting now by cnn sponsored by fox news and cnn at the same time we were dirty autism baby. We're naughty. i leave. I hope i'm the left wing extremists in your their right wing extremists. If i am i will kill myself. Oh yeah like Okay then next thing. This is definitely not something generally for the general audience but do you see. We got an email back from japan. Place oh Let me take a look. Did you like my response. Yes but it was too detailed. So now they're asking what company we represent. And if you guys don't oh yeah. Are you talking about this sloppy seconds. Talk about it. After in the top seconds pine. Yeah but if you want more details on the story so we've basically been trying to buy a jet pack pre. They just just blatantly. We're like okay cool. Yeah fuck you too many questions you did i did. He said there was too much of a we. But you should. there is a way. It's you should respond and say pressure points. Llc okay yeah and but do that later all right sorry that rushton all this all the pre show is done. He had seen the news recently. most of it. The don't know that there's some harvest going to welsh news current and i don't know what you're referring to and that was on purpose i'm talking about the in the Tenant winning awards. No i don know fucker you talking nothing. I was hoping you knew something that was going on currently. No i mean there's a lot going on something that we want. Everyone's fucking seen everything going on. Hold on let. Let's go to. let's go to read it. Real quick click on popular. Let's see what sponsored at the top. God it's loading. Jeff bezos number one. This this started out as a promising episode. And you've ruined. It is suing nasa. I dunno.

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"new zealand" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

04:01 min | Last month

"new zealand" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"Hey it's warmer so i don't know whether okay cool so by the way that fish plays the fishing ship shop that without the dolphin in open oni poa fritters and other things and then once you get to hungary i would recommend staying at least two days if not three. 'cause it's this place that when you first got there you will say. Why on earth did this woman recommend. Funder i don't know why i'm here. It looks like an industrial little town. Why am i here. And where the toilets. But there's a toilet but in fact there are a few major things to see there. One is there's a tone basin which is where like there's all these boats docked there that are gorgeous. There's little clock museum which i mean. If you like clocks go if not just looking from the outside window you could see enough. But there's a sculpture trail and quite large. And that's where. I mentioned chris booth. He did a walk and wave sculpture there in partnership with another artist if you walk around as the whole basin and waterfront cross a bridge go to the other side can take you a good hour or more. And there's tons of amazing sculptures and then the other thing that's there is there are hikes that are gorgeous. The sculpture park. It's called the who tail loop sculpture park. So it's an actual loop that you take to see that. And then i did the mount par haka walk. It was a bit long in. It's uphill both ways. That's the thing here. I gotta tell you. I feel like in new zealand like it's always hill. Even when it should be downhill. I feel like i'm always walking up and it's insane but that must be why people here are in such great shape. 'cause they're just doing a lot of walking at the top of mount power haka. Is this beautiful view of fugger. A and there's a sculpture of immoral. It's a maori woman. That's a beautiful sculpture up there and there is a cross like if you got the sunlight correctly and i put this on my blog post to another blog post about gray. The sun shines through this cross and it glows red. And it's absolutely beautiful so that's a beautiful walk and that will take you..

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"new zealand" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

05:43 min | Last month

"new zealand" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"They are so new that there are. I've met new zealanders. That have no idea what i'm talking about and have never tasted one or her to one and they are as i understand it working to be able to freeze them somehow. Also that they're available all year round but for now just two months of the year and they are delicious. So highly recommend that in kerry kerry itself. There are five waterfalls all of which are so. There's two of them that you can easily do in one day. So i mentioned we. We talked about that f. Sound there's far pook eighth falls and rainbow falls. And if you go down to the carry inlets which by the way has a wishing well which also is to me any town with a wishing well right is just you gotta go and so right by that inlet. There's the stone store which has a museum up top highly recommend seeing and you can also from their visit. The campus the campus is the oldest building in new zealand. Serves a lot of rich history. Right here in kerikeri. There's a restaurant called the plough and feather which is now kind of pub style and it sits right on the water so you can have a beautiful view and also eat mostly pub food and sometimes they have like other food as well. I also recommend if you like drinking have a phychi sour fit. Joe is one of the fruit that grow up here. And i think it's originally from brazil and i had never tried. I didn't know they made look her out of it. So if you're familiar with fiscus our firm like chile or something. This is that that but with joe which is sweeter and they have them at the plough in feather just had one the other day. They're really good. And then as you walk towards where you'd pick up the trail for the fire pook falls. There's also the honey house. which is i believe. In the olden times they actually stored honey there. But now it's a cafe which is also lovely there's ducks and kuku and beautiful birds right out front. That i think are used to being fed by people. And then there's this bridge that crosses over the water that's the inlet and if you're lucky to be here during rainy season so right now it's winter and it's raining a lot up here. I've never seen in my life so many rainbows which is another reason to come to new zealand. The rainbows here are stunning and last year. Some friends and i came out after a storm and we saw a rainbow. And i've never in my life. We we saw four rainbows. It was three separate vans right. Three separate bows with space in between them and one of the rainbows did the color spectrum like back to back purple on one side yellow. Whatever the colors in the middle and then it was like a double band of yellow and it went all the way out through the spectrum to the right but it was like to band together. And if you're over that bridge and you can see that. I have a picture of a rainbow while i'm standing at that bridge..

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"new zealand" Discussed on AFF on AIR Podcast

AFF on AIR Podcast

05:27 min | 5 months ago

"new zealand" Discussed on AFF on AIR Podcast

"Get i am welcome to episode fifty nine of af on its saturday. The first of may two thousand and twenty one. The trans tasman travel bubble between his trailer. New zealand is now well and truly arcton and thousands of these have already flipped to new zealand. Take advantage of it in this episode. Chatou.

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"new zealand" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce

They Call Us Bruce

05:59 min | 10 months ago

"new zealand" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce

"Took a low unwelcome. Today calls bruce unfiltered conversation about what's going on in asia america and other parts of the world bank less affected by covid. I feel you have yang. And as phil has served telegraphed we are connecting with another part of the asian diaspora in the form of very special guests old friend. Who is actually a dialing us in from new zealand from the code. Free paradise of the medicaid seeming mark. And thank you so much for joining us. I killed a koto carta. Yeah all the way from my little island safe-haven aspirational destination of all of us. Who are currently huddled. Sorry we both a wall. You don't want people from shithole countries like america company. How does it feel well. I mean okay. So let's begin where we begin and obviously you are there You actually have been in your from new zealand out born in new zealand. Yeah there are chinese new zealanders again part of the espera that we don't really kind of talk about enough here in in our american centric place now of america and one of the things which has actually been a delight Over the years we've known each other has actually been hearing from a different perspective. What if what. Asian america looks like from people who are asian but not american and i. I am kind of curious what america especially looks like from the perspective of somebody in new zealand at this point. What looks like. Oh you want me to say i don't wanna like i'm you walked. It looks like i. I honestly i wanted to press you. We just sitting here going. Holy shit you know holy shit. We knew it was gonna be bad with the guy you know for four years. It's basically as bad as if anyone could have imagined that could get so we. We have elected him out. The only person who can not really acknowledge that is donald trump out Hopefully means things will get better but he really did kind of dig a fricken marianas trench for us and through us in there.

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"new zealand" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce

They Call Us Bruce

03:51 min | 10 months ago

"new zealand" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce

"A low unwelcome. Today calls bruce unfiltered conversation about what's going on in asia america and other parts of the world bank less affected by covid. I feel you have yang. And as phil has served telegraphed we are connecting with another part of the asian diaspora in the form of very special guests old friend. Who is actually a dialing us in from new zealand from the code. Free paradise of the medicaid seeming mark. And thank you so much for joining us. I killed a koto carta. Yeah all the way from my little island safe-haven aspirational destination of all of us. Who are currently huddled. Sorry we both a wall. You don't want people from shithole countries like america company. How does it feel well. I mean okay. So let's begin where we begin and obviously you are there <hes>. You actually have been in your from new zealand out born in new zealand. Yeah there are chinese new zealanders again part of the espera that we don't really kind of talk about enough here in in our american centric place now of america and one of the things which has actually been a delight <hes>. Over the years we've known each other has actually been hearing from a different perspective. What if what. Asian america looks like from people who are asian but not american and i. I am kind of curious what america especially looks like from the perspective of somebody in new zealand at this point. What looks like. Oh you want me to say i don't wanna like i'm you walked. It looks like i. I honestly i wanted to press you. We just sitting here going. Holy shit you know holy shit. We knew it was gonna be bad with the guy you know for four years. It's basically as bad as if anyone could have imagined that could get so we. We have elected him out. The only person who can not really acknowledge that is donald trump out <hes>. Hopefully means things will get better but he really did kind of dig a fricken marianas trench for us and through us in there and he still to acknowledge again that the rule of democracy is is is operated. And it's like guys <hes>. yeah you know. He lost the election but he won. <hes> really damaging the democratic process. And a still doing so as a as a kind of like a political scientist you guys are in like a bad situation with regards to keeping democracy functioning and not becoming like a regime that really recon uphold its democratic institutions. And something that you know compared with new zealand <hes>. I just like you sit around on my god. I'm so lucky that i have a functioning government that has a loyal opposition by the concept of an opposition that supports the democratic process that supports like peaceful transition of power. A wicked human rights longtime right. So using tim's that we use you know amnesty international <hes>. About how this is not a peaceful transition of power. Will people really excited. Because maybe you're going to have a peaceful transfer of power. It's like you shouldn't be getting excited about a peaceful transfer of power. You develop develop democracy

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"new zealand" Discussed on Thriving Abroad's Podcast

Thriving Abroad's Podcast

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"new zealand" Discussed on Thriving Abroad's Podcast

"People relocating am moving into New Zealand to integrate more fully into into the local culture and community's I guess and another is quite different too in New Zealand. Is that dog? A large proportion of our resettlement clients are not necessarily experts who are on a three or four-year rotation. They're migrating to New Zealand. They're what we call, you know, scarce International Talent. We have a large selection of New Zealand so businesses offer people along to their roles and they migrated to New Zealand, but the effectively coming in in the same way the next pet would they need the same level of support but they're here for the long term so that Community would be larger than the expat Community right? It's sort of mingle done together and certainly need the same support when they first arrived. Yeah. Yeah. Did you find that because you're supporting them in organizing all of this. Are you bringing them together? So in a way I able to create this kind of thing. Yeah you just before so yeah, one of the things that we highlight to our clients is that they need three sets of of social connections to be successful. They need to maintain Connections with their family and friends back home. They need to make some New Zealand friends and they also need to make a point of having some International friends in New Zealand. You need a balance between those three groups. Otherwise people become, you know, either looking backwards forwards or disavowing the past, but that expat my grand people have been through the same experience. If you can see in the ups and downs, it's really significant and we a lot of our follow-up work with our clients which they're settled and and they've done the initial stuff of finding houses and schools as we run across the club. We have coffee groups to sort of facilitate those connections between our clients, you know, who mixture expense and migrants. Yeah. Yeah and of thick box.

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"new zealand" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

Greg Laurie Podcast

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"new zealand" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

"Receive, and this is what drives me nuts about when I give a gift to my wife. Got You. Thinking and we're out of the meals. She'll say I'll open after desert. Opening now. See guys don't like to wait about for gifts. They just open them immediately. Not I'm sure you're much more culture here. In New Zealand. Let me tell you something about American men. It is a complete waste of time to wrap a gift for an American man. Because wrapping paper for an American guy is mere obstacle. Keeping him from what he really wants. You put a card in it. He'll open the card and look at it only because he wants to see if there's money in it alright. and. He'll read it. He doesn't care what the card sets. And, then you'll open it up to see what the gift is and there it is. He wants to get what you've gotten him. Now you give a gift to American woman and I'm sure a lady here as well. First, of all the read the card and actually be moved by.

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"new zealand" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

RNZ: The Detail

06:24 min | 1 year ago

"new zealand" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

"Traveling for programming right through the end of last year up until January there was no way we could. Possibly with all the things that are unknown about covered as as the as it started to lockdown that we could anticipate anything like where we are right now. So we had to make a decision which way we would go. It was either cancelled the festival for twenty twenty or go online. And now we're fully sit up to go online, and you know we. We will be looking at exploring the possibility of limited screenings and sentiment obesity, but the scale of the film festival is so great that we can't possibly in four and a half five weeks. Flip everything and suddenly go back cinemas. It's just it's just a great machine of Organization of accessing rights. That's another thing like the films that we know have normally sure on cinemas. We access theatrical screening rights so now we only hold this moment. Online screening rights festival screening rights. Booking films inviting them, having been confirmed is incredibly complex process. Actually it's not just like we walk into the civic and throw the switch, and there's a movie style, but how difficult was at to make that decision between closing or going online? It was heartbreaking. There was so many factors one was. Do. We leave a great gap of the festival in this country. It's the largest cultural of inter. Museum. The numbers of people that anticipated in the middle of the winter to bring light, which is something. We're very aware of light story ideas issues. That was the first question. Do we simply cancel? was there an alternative? We looked around just at the time. We were making this decision. The very first successful online festival happen. That would see dox Copenhagen Documentary Festival. And they managed to. Turn around on a dime took them about five days to go from an incinerators festival to fully lockdown on nine pistol. And the they did that successfully, so we had a model could be done, and we had more lead time like that. We were doing budget projections in terms of possible audiences and the numbers, which were just horrific, even medium case scenario with some cinemas Oakland with social distancing. There would be a seventy five percent four often audience, because how many people a get we? We had two hundred sixty thousand sold tickets. That's an extraordinary number. We also knew they'll beautiful films out there that we had already chosen and we'd already invited that we wanted people to see there layers and layers of decision making now. It'd ever done this before so us. It was a little. It was like both terrifying and thrilling. But what does an tone switching a film festival with how many films? do you normally show? We normally show around one hundred, sixty hundred and eighty films right. So, what does it take to take it from that to an online offering? Well? If you'd asked me that a few months ago, to said God only knows let's make. Let's figure it out, and that's actually what we will be together. One. The in in terms of the numbers of films we, we shortened the time frame. It will be a ten day festival rather than the usual two weeks will be presenting something between sixty five and eighty films, including our shorts collections. One thing we did have to do was films that we'd already invited. We had to go back and renegotiate rights. We had to present all of those distributors. Rightsholders assurances that we had an entirely secure platform that would prevent piracy. We had to look premium status because films that. Now Theatrical version of the festival then may go onto with at a theatrical life later on and shown cinemas across the country. Soc Going Online, we actually had to draw an expertise, which I drew down from Europe of creating an entirely new category of rights, which is non theatrical festival streaming rights. We were helping define actually something that was is so fluid that everyone who is trying to have an all my fiscal. We trying to figure this out at the same time, so this sort of technicalities, but they were, they played a really big role in they occupied us. Did any of the filmmakers or distributors say no, yes, of course. Yeah and that was expected. We we knew that some filmmakers would be unable to or. To present a film I first time online. Sometimes it's about premia. Sometimes, it's about the New Zealand premium that I fully understand other distributors that we usually work with who are controlled by American studios. For example they were as as as colleagues individuals. They were warm and and supportive of what we were trying to do, but they had your blanket policies handed down from Los Angeles saying no online festival. So you know that's to be expected as well like I. I knew from the start that there would be people who wouldn't be able to offer assist films in the same way. But this? This is a real experiment I wasn't I mean you don't know if it's going to succeed. I, know it's going to succeed. Of course, it's an experiment. No one's ever done it before. And that was one of the things that we realizes we would diving deep into an understanding of how you really Mount of Film Festival Online. Beyond just having a video platform aveer platform where you could show a film online. That's not what we're talking about to Humana Festival. For today I'm Sharon. Brick Kelly the detail is brought to you by newsroom dot co Dot. And made possible Iran seed and incident air. You can get US downloaded free to your mobile phone every weekday from any podcast platform. If you using April, give us a rating, so other people can find us to. This episode was engineered by Jeremy and sell and produced by Lixia Russell, and thanks to Kate. 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"new zealand" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

RNZ: The Detail

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"new zealand" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

"To. You've got Milan of course Nikki Caros New Zealand Shot Disney film, which will be another big screen APEC, which is still down for the twenty third. Of July an every day you wake up and you something else change and be different, but the reality is. This is new. Zealand we might be ready to open. the state's wine. Open a big blockbuster if they cinemas on so not only if they had to deal with covert, but now you've got mass protests. The last thing anyone is going to do is a open a cinema. Regain obey. People aren't really interested in going to the Cinema Z eight. I think the stat that I heard was at least eighty five percent of domestic cinemas in the states must be opened before wonder brothers will consider releasing tenant. So, what does that leave the state of the New Zealand Cinema Industry? Struggling events obviously. Publicly having to make quite a few people redundant, the company and and strategic The income has been flipped zero. I mean they've had to close the doors They want to get open as soon as possible. Points will be the same as Aaron combined. Strident Company the signs of autism and am I think they've had a couple of little cinemas Australia open, so it's says already saying they were ready to go as well so that what vein China is going to do as it's, they've got licensed for a couple of really great big screen old school films. They've got diehard They've got alien and aliens. They've got the Matrix and they've. They've got the Gulf Gremlin. So that'll probably open the doors and Shiduan a few of those table back in which for someone like me I'm pretty doggone much aliens on the big screen any day, but it's not the same rates as opening a fast and furious or black widow. It's just it's just not we at the behest of America that's at the end of the day. It's not like they're gonNA say Milan can show in New Zealand. Because of course they want to show in China Nikki Curry's been very specific about this at the story having come from China to be a film that they will embrace and cinema sort of. Cars, but the New Zealand there as a potential big upside. But how big is that I mean we head the Avatar crew? Arrive and we've made a big deal of that. American producer Jon Landau has made the cut. He's making the sequels with James Cameron. I'm in New Zealand on the set of the avatar sequel. Restarting the three point, three billion dollar film industry, which provides CD, four thousand jobs can't come soon enough. Is that the beginning I mean? How realistic is that that this could be a real bone for for making New Zealand I think if we get an Thurston getting hard the. The question that we could take advantage of this situation and Einar NFL from from the film commission has been talking about this, but I've also been speaking to a lot of hits of production houses by stable New Zealand, is obviously people from screen time and around the traps that have big co pros at corporate productions that are shaping up and down the country that would instantly put on hiatus, and all I need is one or two people own honesty I think there was one production that needed just three Canadians to come back into the country for the entire production of. I I. Two hundred people I'm to kick back into into action and I know when the the covered. The new protocols were released by the New Zealand Film Commission in Ed slutty started to get kicked back off. I know we side Fatih Three's production kicked off last week, and then narrow from running for the final season, the casting again for ads, which means casting agents awaking again, and you'll have location scouts out, and about the power of the dog started again today, the giant campion one at so. Those are ones that were already in production kicking off We've always been looked at as a great place to shoes. If we're able to let people into the country, that's the biggest cave. There's absolutely no reason why they can't be a bone. You've got those brand. New spanking studios have just opened as well which I'm dying for a snake Baker and we still up. And we need to. We need to capitalize on this because. It's a big industry, and it also means if we can't blanket late hold of internationals, and even to be on cruise. It means we have to look to new. Zealand people to to fill those and I know a lot of companies will recasting roles was looking for New Zealanders because they could get their internationals beckon. So. I haven't been asked to be customer waivers. As Weaver and etta. Consider and it's great having their Avatar people back in here. It's a huge production, and it employs just hundreds and hundreds down through the tracks, but they'll be all sorts of other little ones cruising bacon as well. I certainly hope so. That should be entitled to that same exemption. So, what do you think the future is for international film festivals I'm so interesting and what can has announced last week? Week as it headed selection and couldn't show them the festival. Obviously, they cancelled the still, but they've given it as a kind of a badge of honor with Anderson's French dispatch might go to white to say this film I'm at a host of other international films I've fifty of them have been given the CAN stamp of approval so that they can go out and be released as a can. Qualify as sedating when you look at the the cover or the poster, and it's got the the Ken Competition or out of commission in can am which is rents massive badge of honor. But you've also got an opportunity for those films into use to market themselves, which is really really really great thing to do. Venus sounds like I'm not sure. If you saw a story at the weekend. focusing on in it's just it's just nobody there in the city. Obviously tourism's it's. It's only way of making money and the Venice film festivals, Joe and September the governor has said that that phone will go ahead. And if it does so, the feast is confirmed it will be the first big major festival, so everybody's diversified, but everyone wants the film festival circuit back up and running well as Kate Rogers sees the international film. Festival circuit is the life blood of entertainment, reporter and filmmakers distributors the entire industry. Some have canceled this year. Others have gone online New Zealand's is just weeks away from going online for the first time in its forty eight year history, but getting the it for the new boss. Martin Ray Bouts has been tough the. Interesting thing was was finding US sales, each of us in different roles dealing with. The anxiety that came with covert the not knowing what the future might hold from all different corners, all of our partners in everyone that the fistful normally interacts with. They didn't know what the future was looking like, and they certainly didn't know what a digital online fiscal future was looking like. Are you talking about sponsors? And all sorts of says he s and the rights holders industry it is both internationally and locally because it it had never been done before, and there were a couple of vegetables internationally, that will sort of jumped on the online format before us better yet. We've been making it up as we go along and it take like all of lockdown to get their the. Where we, we started before lockdown, we had made the decision to go online before lockdown with Sydney through all of lockdown. I've never worked so hard. As in lockdown very sick of my friends, telling you what yet? Another Netflix's series that Binge Watch like. I don't want to hear that. Looking twenty, four, seven I'm talking to people in new. York. That I'm talking to people in Christ church. I'm not sleeping with US moving into one now. Is this a mistake that you've made this decision that? The New Zealand filmfest was going online rather than. No I'm so glad you asked me that because. It gives me a chance to to have. People understand that it takes six months to set up a film festival. The work that goes into actually takes a year like we've been.

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"new zealand" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

RNZ: The Detail

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"new zealand" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

"Amazon for through to your economy and it starts hitting even homeowners because you know that kind of net migration to fix prices in so you head although there was a kind of migration in You head the clock government who came in afterwards and Ramped it back up. And so you have this continual tension with the New Zealand government which is an New Zealand politics. Which is as a country. Our economy does run on a lot of migration is traditionally run. And we're not quite sure how to run it without steady inflow of migrants coming in but it is electorally is about You know some people say five fifteen percent Some say more voters who are very concerned about Levels of migration an impact on the cultural issues around New Zealand New Zealand's cultural identity so deliver this issue of false expectations. I mean we need the oversea students. We need those people who come in from the Pacific nations to pick fruit. But does it create problems because they have the expectation that that will lead to residency. Yeah well I mean you know a lot of these migrant exploitation scams this is normally the key calls of them which is the disconnect between the way that the lucky hood of getting residency has been portrayed to many of these people are applying for it. This is the reality as it has changed over time and the thousands gathered like a another surge of immigration for example that was a time when about eighty percent of migrants came from offshore. And today when you're talking about people applying for residencies it's the other way round. It's people who are already here and who are on work visas who are now applying for residencies and that is a situation where people have given up a lot to come to a foreign country and with the expectation that Yes it's going to be difficult and they're going to have to jump through a few hurdles but this is still a likely pathway to residency but those opportunities of basically shrunk if you looked at the number of work visas versus the number of residencies. They were kind of planning for I. Think in two thousand and eight. They're about one hundred. Twenty five thousand applicants On work visas for a planning range of that. Kinda hit about forty seven thousand a year. And now you're looking at about two hundred and nine hundred thousand people in where he visas. Applying for about Thirty Seventh A playing range about thirty seven thousand. Wow so yeah I mean. It really illustrates the pressure on on immigration New Zealand and appreciate from migrants to won't be citizens a New Zealand and I think that it's a New Zealand cultural thing as well. I mean I think that we like to see ourselves as a nation of migrants and as a welcoming country for migrants so we have traditionally been very reluctant to put in place schemes that you know schemes to say Some little Dubai. Where in Dubai they have. A large number of migrant workers come in and they have no expectation that they're going to become citizens or residents of Dubai on a permanent basis. It's just the way it is. Yeah that's the way it is but New Zealand culturally. I think that we have very much shied away from that kind of system because I guess we see that as You know creating effectively a migrant underclassmen ironically arguably You have created a similar situation if you are Basically putting people in work visas and they get they're able to keep renewing them fourteen years but they.

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"new zealand" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

RNZ: The Detail

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"new zealand" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

"I'm Sharon Reed Kelly and today. I am out of the office. I'm actually in Hindi son going to immigration New Zealand. And I'm with our insides immigration reporter Jill Bonnet way a here to see if we can find out what prosise immigration museum and go through to actually give people visas or to reject these irs and the states back to last year. Doesn't Joe Win? I mean they've been so many immigration stories around and there's a lot of criticism about the length of time the backlog the people who couldn't get in the country the people who do get in the country Italian chick cover is facing deportation. Please let us take. These can reveal. The Immigration Minister has ordered his officials to grant six hundred fewer residents phases amount. There's been a sharp rise in fraudulent electronic visa. Elite is being picked up by Immigration New Zealand against been forestry contractor is calling for the Immigration Minister's resignation saying delays in processing migrant worker visas is costing the industry and his disadvantaged region hundreds of thousands of dollars a needed bitter understand. What leads up to the decision it gave by. Actually because I was interviewing the head of Immigration New Zealand Greg Patrol and he invited me to come and have a look around and it was at that time as you say when the visa delays was were soaring and those then the debacle of the partnership visas change in approach by Immigration Zealand in. May made it hard for those in arranged marriages to get.

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"new zealand" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

Part-Time Genius

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"new zealand" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

"All right so like I mentioned earlier. I've been really digging Kiwi Slang this week and so here's another word. You can expect me to slip into our conversation soon. Jan Dole's calls that's the The New Zealand word for flip flops and it was coined by Kiwi businessman. Who was inspired by the footwear? He saw on a trip to Japan so soon after he and his son started started making their own version of the rubber slip on in their own garage in New Zealand and as a way to pay homage to the culture that inspired it all they name their product. Gender handles which is sort of like a Portmanteau of the words Japanese and sandals. So you know the kids show power rangers right it. Of course the power rangers. I can explain it to you so you know the show was massively popular. It was filmed with us like existing footage in Japan. And then a new characters in California another Mrs but but The show is a massive success and got imported all around world but not to New Zealand. the show is actually bad there for being too violent and and this was true even after production for the show shifted New Zealand in the late nineties. Ladies more than a dozen seasons long running show were filled their ears but kids in New Zealand. Didn't get to see any of it until the ban was lifted in two thousand eleven. Thank goodness was lifted. But you've probably heard all the rumors about all the crazy laws that New Zealand supposedly has like the one that prohibits quote militias bell ringing being a unfortunately while that was really a law New Zealand. At one point it is no longer on the books in fact the country has been pretty good about updating. Its laws and doing away with weird eared outdated stuff but there is at least one exception. Though according to the New Zealand Herald it is still against the law to say no questions asked when advertising advertising a reward for missing property so if your dog drives off with the car one day you can't post a flyer asking them for their return. No questions asked if you you could actually be slammed with a fine of up to two hundred dollars. Here's a Nice feel-good story from a few years back in two thousand and sixteen forty thousand New Zealanders banded together and bought the country of brand new public beach and when the eight hundred meter stretch us in up for sale early that year. Two brothers in law. Adam Gardner and Wayne major major decided to launch a crowd funding campaign to try and keep the beach from falling into private ownership so during the campaign individuals incorporations pitched in to help by the park. The New Zealand government even got into action. They threw in a two hundred twenty five thousand dollars a US dollars to the effort and in the end donors raised about one point seven million dollars which which was enough to by the beach from the original owner and today the beaches run as part of the Abel Tasman National Park where it's free and open to the public. Yeah it's definitely a feel good story but I Actually think I can top this story because one thing I learned this week is that New Zealand is home to the first of its kind a nationwide secret. Santa Gift Exchange so this program started on twitter back in two thousand ten when one New Zealand user suggested that anyone interested should connect through the site and then dig through the post of they're assigned person in order to sniff out clues about the kind of gift that they might like the first couple of gift. Exchanges proved so popular with the public. That in two thousand thirteen thirteen New Zealand's postal service actually signed on as the official sponsor so the program continued in the years since even adding a physical warehouse to help deal deal with all the packages now. Thousands of Kiwis take part each year. And it's all for the sake of making a strange holiday just a little bit brighter. Oh I really like and and I think it is better than my story and it's also seasonal which is I- richest great. So so congratulations. I think you get the trophy all right. Well that's going to do it for today's part our time genius for Myself Mango Gabe Lol. Thanks so much for listening. We'll be back soon with another episode..

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"new zealand" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

Part-Time Genius

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"new zealand" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

"Yes. We'll what's that mango. So you're you're never going to believe this but I finally found a New Zealand bird. That's even more endearing than the Kiwi. I actually feel weird saying this but I know I need congratulate you because I'm pretty sure this has been a dream of yours for a while now so so congrats If you I mean some days I doubted it was even possible but this week. Yeah I read about these big green parrots that lived there called chaos and they are so mischievous end so clever that I just had to give them the top spot. Because I know it's a controversial pick but I like to keep things spicy. You're saying this is actually controversial. Yeah so I'm like Kiwis aren't universally adored. They're kind of these one one and a half foot tall mischief makers and they will steal laces for boots or strip the rubber off your windshield wipers. But the wildest prank I've heard is that actually drag traffic cones into the middle of the road and leave them there and some researchers believe. This is an intentional act. Like it's a crafty way to get drivers to slow lowdown enough that the parents can beg for food. That is kind of a neat trick. It also does on a little bit dangerous. I wonder how many of these hit. Yeah I mean it's become a real problem but the good news is that there's this conservation team in New Zealand. That's been testing this ingenious way to keep the chaos distracted. They've installed all these little parrot gyms by the roadside right and so it kind of looks like a Miniature Jungle Gym Swings and spinning toys and little ladders. I guess I kind of feel like everything you've said to this point may not. Actually they be true. But I'm I'm going to go with it. So are these GE you call them. Gyms are these gyms actually helping. Yeah they are so far. Fewer birds are messing with traffic cones and the roads are a whole lot safer. But you know these parrot. Gyms aren't the only out of the box solution that New Zealand's come up with over the past few years from state-approved wizards to hard-driving hard-driving dogs. The country has plenty of eccentricities to go around so for today. I thought we can dive into some.

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"new zealand" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"new zealand" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"And so I heard about this this weekend while I was driving north into wine country. And I didn't originally I this is how this is how accustomed IM to hearing about these types of shooters. My assumption was that it happened in New Zealand, and they said, oh, we were attacked not because we are open to people because we're closed off. But because we're open, and I my initial gut reaction was oh, we've had another another Muslim shooting like somebody's a mad at New Zealand now, and they're out and know, they've had some sort of mass shooting and killed fifty people turns out that's not the case at all turns out, it was a white shoot or white nationalist who shot up this a couple of amok. I read one mosque here. This is part of the problem. I wanna get to shot fifty people in a mosque. But I got back this morning and started looking I wanted to read through what had happened. And so one of the things that I try and do is I don't I try not to comment on this stuff until there's been a little bit of time. So that I can analyze what's really happened because as Matt pointed out a little later on earlier this morning. He said there was what did you say? There were reports of multiple shooters and pictures of them on as it was happening live. There was stuff on Twitter. There was pictures that were posted of multiple different guys. Fatigues being arrested, and it was an official multiple reports. That went out that said that there was four people who are arrested three men and one woman, and there were multiple different reports of multiple shooters, and is interesting because a lot of these mass shooting of insolently that's happened where there's been reports of multiple shooters and the officials come out and say, it's just one one shooter, and that's it and I can understand like in the Las Vegas shooting where there was multiple different hotels reporting from miles apart. That there was people coming in saying there shooters nearby and in an area where there's lots of large buildings stuff, you could get on the sound of gunfire could be reflecting and weird ways stuff. So people could think that there's multiple shooters. There's only one in this one it was pretty cut and dry. There's multiple shooters going on. So they caught the one guy. So when are they going to catch the next one? But now supposedly there was only just the one. So is your is. It sounds like your contention is that there was some sort of conspiratorial cover up of more than one shooter. Well, I would say what would be that the is a conspiratorial cover up. But just that there's there seems to be a lack of transparency and the the biggest focus right now from the perspective of the New Zealand government. And the media is rather than dealing with the issue and covering perhaps about the victims and discussing the situation itself the media the narrative pivoted to white nationalism gun control and trying to wipe all evidence of the shoot. From from the internet to eliminate his his manifesto that he wrote they're trying New Zealand has made it a crime to possess footage of the event and someone's already gotten ten years in prison for it for possessing footage of it. And that's weird priorities. Hierarchy will let's let's talk through that..

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