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  • In our weekly Podcasts, we catch up with real farmers and agribusiness people making a difference in New Zealand agriculture

  • This podcast dives deeper into social issues and the injustice that continues to linger in our country.

  • A monthly podcast by D&S Law dealing with issues of immigration, surrogacy, refugee, and human rights law in New Zealand.

  • Tim McCready chats with candidates and commentators throughout the local body elections to tease out people’s visions for Onehunga and the surrounding neighbourhoods.

  • Civil Defense Radio – bringing you news, commentary, and the views of subject matter experts on what is happening in the emergency preparedness, community resiliency and critical infrastructure protection movement.

  • Exit 425: Life on the fringe of Canada's biggest city as the rural urban fringe keeps moving!

    Exit 425 Presents: "I'm Just A Political Idiot!" : Learning about government and politics in a way that does not hurt, so you won't get fooled again!

  • Your regular deep dive into recent reports on climate and energy with Frankie Muskovic, Luke Menzel and Tennant Reed. Because there is too much.

  • A gathering space for city designers, planners, activists, and placemakers to collectively share years of experience navigating some of our world's most complex city streets. Together we share stories with the hope and purpose of improving our cities together. Our guests, alongside community anchors and champions, work tirelessly amplifying the voices of those that have been there all along in our cities. As a collective, we hope to be able to harness this learning from stories of the past, to visions for the future, we talk pride of place, wherever, you are.

  • Sharing the stories and experiences of fifteen New Zealanders from migrant and former refugee backgrounds, this series is a community-led collaboration in partnership with Belong Aotearoa, Sport Waitฤkere and Storyo, hosted by Elina Ashimbayeva. Elina is the co-creator of Storyo, and moved to New Zealand from Kazakhstan in 2011.

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  • Why does American Democracy look the way it does today and how can we make it more responsive to the people it was formed to serve? "Democracy Decoded", a podcast by Campaign Legal Center, examines our government and discusses innovative ideas that could lead to a stronger, more transparent, accountable and inclusive democracy. Host Simone Leeper speaks with experts from across the political spectrum and takes a deep dive into the forces fueling our elections, not just in our nation’s capital but at all levels of government.

  • Jeff Crank hosts The Jeff Crank Show which began in 2008. Jeff also serves as a regional director at Americans for Prosperity, a grassroots free-market, free-enterprise organization. He is also an entrepreneur as the president of his own real estate investment company.

    From 2013-2016 Crank was the President of Aegis Strategic, LLC, a political consulting firm, specializing in campaign research, candidate identification and training.

    Previously, he served as the Chief Operating Officer of Americans for Prosperity. Prior to that, Jeff served as the Colorado State Director of AFP.

    He was a candidate for U.S. Congress in the 5th Congressional District Republican Primary in 2008 and 2006. Jeff has served as Vice President, Government Sales for XAware Corporation, a data integration company and previously served as the Senior Vice President for Governmental Affairs for the Greater Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce.

    Jeff also served on the Washington staff of U.S. Congressman Joel Hefley from 1991-1998 where he focused on military issues and served as the Administrative Director. During this time on Capitol Hill he helped author several pieces of legislation including the Military Family Housing Privatization Act which privatized over 110,000 housing units at over fifty military installations, providing better quality housing for our military and their families.

  • Conversations at Government House features interviews by the Governor of Western Australia, the Honourable Kim Beazley AC.

  • A true crime podcast centred on telling the stories of both solved and unsolved crimes from different regions across the globe.

  • Following the wake of the tragic deaths of the "ISIS Four" during what was a time of increased kidnappings of Americans overseas, the United States Government called for a comprehensive review of hostage policy. In this four-part podcast mini-series, navigate the path to making hostage cases a priority from the perspectives of those who charted it—from victims to former government employees. Disclaimer: the views and opinions expressed in these podcasts belong to the host and those of the interviewees and not that of the U.S. Department of State, The U.S. Department of Justice and the FBI.

  • The safe place to discuss former presidents | presidential libraries and museums | birth places and final resting places | books and movies | fun facts | first ladies and more.

  • Leading Las Vegas is a podcast produced by the Emergency and Crisis Management Program at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Each season, students in a Leadership, Innovation and Adaptability class interview prominent leaders, who discuss their leadership approaches, and how they prepare for, respond to, and recover from shocks and stresses faced by the community.

    Las Vegas is known for being the entertainment capital of the world. However, it is also a complex environment, with a highly diverse community living in densely populated urban and suburban areas. It is situated near rugged and desolate land, with an arid climate and extreme temperatures in summer months. This unique nature of the city and its location create dynamic challenges for leaders.

    Each season, the Leading Las Vegas podcast will focus on specific issues relevant to emergencies and crises, as well as community resilience. It’s a must-listen for emergency managers, leaders, community members, and students interested in the field of emergency crisis management.


    Season 1 of Leading Las Vegas focuses on Tourist Safety. Tourism is an integral part of Las Vegas, with over 42 million people visiting the city every year. Large-scale events from shows at hotel properties, to music festivals, to high-profile sporting events, occur on a nightly basis, along with conventions that can draw well over 100,000 attendees. Different agencies work together in the community to plan for these events, and respond when safety threats occur.

    In this season, we discuss issues of event planning, current and future threats, as well as community resilience. Las Vegas was also the site of the October 1, 2017 Route 91 Music Festival shooting, the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history. The season contains an episode focused on the shooting, and conversations with the leaders involved with the security planning and response to the attack, and an interview with Las Vegas mayor, Carolyn Goodman, who discusses the city’s resilience.

  • Cam Jenkins from the Manawatลซ Tenants' Union presents a weekly programme looking at flatting and renting issues. Featuring talks with renters, landlords, property managers, and representatives from other organisations that work in housing.

  • Here on The Ahiu Ranch we believe in family, fun and a bunch of freedom. We cover everything with no filter and give it to you strait with a little comedy mixed in. Eeuuuuuu

  • "You'll stay in the will if you don't discuss the bill"
    A Politics podcast for young kiwis.

    Episodes Bi-weekly.

    Wednesdays - Chats With Lan Pham - Hosts Sam and Lan Pham (LGNZ, ECan councillor) sit down and discuss an issue facing local governments in New Zealand.

    Fridays - The Main Show - Sam and Jen tackle political issues facing New Zealand youth and give you the details that you wont be able to discuss at the dinner table

  • Writer. Reader. Parent of adults. Author of PARENT HACKS and other books.