Chris Bishop presents National’s plan to reopen

National Covid-19 spokesman Chris Bishop said the party’s border plan aims to keep Covid-19 low that does not unduly impact the public health system, while restrictions are relaxed. National today unveiled the party’s plan to first end the lockdowns and then reopen to the world based on two vaccination goals. …

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WPR Launches Investigative Podcast – ‘Mapped Out’

MADISON – In the Wisconsin election, the battle isn’t just about campaigns and candidates, it’s also about lines on a map. These lines, used to identify state and federal legislative districts for voters and candidates, are redrawn every 10 years based on US Census data. Even by usual partisan standards, …

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Spotify announces new podcast with TV actor Ronit Roy

NEW DELHI : Swedish streaming service Spotify has announced a new original podcast with TV actor Ronit Roy, titled ACP Gautam. The 10-episode Hindi fictional crime thriller tells the story of a cop as he guides listeners through his long career. “Playing various roles in front of the camera comes …

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A resurrection in concert to get us out of musical limbo

Musically, we are in a kind of limbo. The country’s largest musical institution, the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra, has yet to find a way to perform regularly for a live audience, despite performing for a paying audience at the Bord Gáis Energy Theater this Friday – a leaps and bounds, …

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Will Turkmenistan be clear on COVID-19?

A group of Turkmen rights groups and media working outside Turkmenistan published an open letter on September 21 to draw attention to the alarming situation regarding the spread of COVID-19 in Turkmenistan, where the government continues to deny that there has ever been a case. The letter called on the …

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Trashcan Sinatras: I Saw It All Album Review

Is there an indie rock band more endearing than the Trashcan Sinatras? There are of course bands that are loved by more people, and bands that have been loved longer. But the community that has formed around this bookish, hermetic Glasgow band seems to transcend the standard relationship between fans …

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Duncan High School leadership team launches podcast

DUNCAN, Oklahoma (KSWO) – The Duncan High School Leadership Program has unveiled a new podcast aimed at helping others develop their leadership skills. On Friday, students celebrated the launch of Love 2 Lead, the first podcast in the program’s history. Students and faculty hope this podcast will help others learn …

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Education secretary pleads for safe person school: NPR

US Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona accompanies the North High School Marching Band on the Cowbell at a cheer rally Monday in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Tim Gruber for NPR hide caption toggle legend Tim Gruber for NPR US Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona accompanies the North High School Marching Band …

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Podcast: Ending violence against women and their children

In this episode of Political Forum Module, Our Watch CEO Patty Kinnersly joins us in discussing the role all Australians have in ending violence against women and their children. What are the drivers of men’s violence against women and their children? What key elements should be included in the new …

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Guild Review | PCMag

Discord may have started as a communication tool for gamers, but the chat service has grown so important that gaming is only one of its many uses, alongside listening to music, watching movies and even homework. Upstart rival Guilded is putting the game back in the spotlight. The messaging platform …

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FantasyPros Football Podcast: Start / Sit Down: Week 3

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | Stapler | SoundCloud | TuneIn | RSS | Youtube Joey P., Yates and Andrew Erickson detail start / sit options for week 3 of the fantasy football season! Sponsors: Owner’s box – OwnersBox currently offers two types of play, tournament salary …

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DiNapoli announces budget stress scores

Thirty New York state local governments have ended 2020 in some form of fiscal strain, state comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli announced today. The communities were identified by the controller’s financial stress monitoring system (FSMS). DiNapoli publishes budget stress scores on municipalities (excluding New York City) twice a year. The latest …

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Podcast: A need for inclusion in the pork sector

In this edition of the Real P3 podcast, Dr. Casey Bradley chats with Katherine Marcano-Bell who, along with her husband, Brandon, owns a 12,000 hog contract feeder farm in Iowa, USA. They discuss different aspects of one of the most pressing problems in the American pork industry – work. The …

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Free Music Creation Software Market SWOT Analysis, Key Metrics, Forecast 2027: Ableton, Avid, Adobe, Apple – Stillwater Current

The report on the Free music creation software Market analyzes and data estimates regarding the Free Music Creation Software industry worldwide. It further covers the impact of drivers and limitations on the demand for open source music software over the forecast horizon. The report includes a study of opportunities in …

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Victoria earthquake records tremors on east coast, NSW COVID cases increase, Victoria COVID cases increase, Melbourne CFMEU protests continue

Victoria’s Emergency Management Commissioner Andrew Crisp has confirmed this morning’s earthquake was magnitude 5.9 and was felt across the state and as far as Tasmania and Adelaide. Mr Crisp said aftershocks would be felt for weeks and months, although they are unlikely to match or exceed the 5.9 magnitude quake …

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True Crime Arizona Podcast: UNRESOLVED – 5 High-Profile Missing Persons Cases in Arizona | Real Crime Arizona

Follow @BrianaWhitney Follow @serjioh PHOENIX (3TV / CBS 5) – In the wake of Gabby Petito’s disappearance that shed light on missing persons cases, we look at five notable disappearances in Arizona: Daniel Robinson, Alicia Navarro, Christine Mustafa, Jesse Conger, and Cookie Jacobson. LISTEN AND SUBSCRIBE Available Now: Apple Podcasts …

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Community center to host open house after renovation

Admaston House The trust that operates the Admaston House Community Center recently completed a facility upgrade in the original Victorian building that is part of the community center. The 16-month project created a more modern open-plan style of rooms and improved access to the first floor by replacing the original …

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Podcasts you should check out

Podcasts you should check out

Each Tuesday I’ll be highlighting the podcasts you need to take a look at. Below is my weekly summary. Black Girl Songbook, hosted by the critically acclaimed author Danyel Smith, is a happy celebration of “the history of women’s voices from the music industry” as Smith says. The show is the …

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Shipt, Skillshare and Sofar sounds

Select’s editorial team works independently to review financial products and write articles that our readers will find useful. We may receive a commission when you click on product links from our affiliate partners. Visa announced on Monday the addition of three new benefits for Visa credit card holders. This includes …

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Podcast: Growing up in the shadow of the pandemic

In this episode of Political Forum Module, Child Psychiatrist Karen Gaunson and Child Protection Specialist Tim Moore join us to discuss the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on children, now and in the future. The COVID-19 pandemic is casting many shadows – for many individuals and families, the livelihoods have …

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Free writing workshops for teens starting September 25

Jeff zentner EPIC Group Writers and the Edmonds Art Commission present four writing workshops for teens in the region, the first scheduled for Saturday, September 25. Meadowdale English teacher and EPIC board member Alison Ersfeld received a grant from the Edmonds Arts Commission to deliver the workshops. “Our mission is …

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Library Notes: New podcast coming in October – Salisbury Post

By Sydney Smith Rowan Public Library SALISBURY – Podcasts are all the rage these days. Whether you’re listening to your favorite podcasts to hear the news, learn more about an interesting topic, or get a healthy dose of entertainment, you’re probably already connected to the world of podcasting and millions …

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Despite censorship and poor internet, Cuban podcasts are booming

No subject is forbidden. El Enjambre provided detailed coverage of the remarkable July 11 anti-government protests in Cuba and the harsh criticism of the ruthless crackdown that followed. Hosts also dissected the dismal state of the healthcare system as Covid-19 cases increased on the island, mocked government spray initiatives to …

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Teachers and schools agree on vaccine mandate policy

The Oak Park District 97 School Board voted unanimously on Sept. 14 to approve a memorandum of understanding with three collective bargaining units, outlining a comprehensive plan to comply with the state’s vaccine mandate. The protocol – which is between the district and the Oak Park Teachers ‘Association, the Oak …

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101 Ash St. dumpster fire gets hotter and hotter

101 Ash St. and Civic Center Plaza / Photos by Adriana Heldiz Few local public affairs stories are as crazy as this one. It’s a long, winding series of asbestos-laden events that began in 2013, when the city of San Diego was surveying downtown buildings to house its employees. Then-mayor …

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A new chapter for the library and archives

After more than a year of thoughtful planning and coordination between the Village of Pinehurst and the Given / Tufts organization, the village has announced the approval of a final agreement that transfers ownership of the Given Memorial Library and the Tufts Archives in the village of Pinehurst. This transfer …

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Enrichment of Elderly Care Podcast – Parkinson’s and Positivity with Clyde Campbell (Shake it Up) and Wesley Della Volla (Georgetown University) – available Tuesday, September 21

In our next podcast, we have a two-part episode focusing on a topic we’ve never talked about before, Parkinson’s disease. To help us explore the experience of people living with Parkinson’s, we have Shake it Up Foundation CEO Clyde Campbell, and in the second half of the show, immersive storyteller …

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Go Big For The Dodger Kids | News, Sports, Jobs

– Photo from messenger file Catherine Casey, of Fort Dodge, carefully pulls out one of the sticks while playing a game of Kerplunk with her husband, Merv, at the annual Go Big, Go Dodgers fundraiser held at Fort Frenzy in 2018 . – Photo from messenger file Catherine Casey, of …

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Go there: September 17, 2021 | News, Sports, Jobs

Around the area EMMETSBOURG – Pedal with Pete Bike Ride for Cerebral Palsy starts at 1:30 p.m. SUNDAY at The Shores in Five Island, Emmetsburg. MANSON – The Manson Lions Club and the Manson Police Department are hosting the 2021 Manson Bike Rodeo from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. SATURDAY …

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Computer Education ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi Launches Debate on Data Sovereignty

Efforts are underway to teach computers to understand ‘ōlelo Hawai’i (Hawaiian language). The use of artificial intelligence technology could be a game-changer in advancing the use of the Hawaiian language. But some are concerned about tech companies and control – an area of ​​concern they call “data sovereignty.” Hawaiian-language researchers …

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Managing the Madrid podcast: Alvaro Odriozola’s debut at Fiorentina

In this subscriber-only and loan-tracking edition of the Managing Madrid podcast, Kiyan Sobhani and Matt Wiltse discuss: – Alvaro Odriozola’s debut for Fiorentina against Atalanta – His defense decision-making – Its partnership with Milenkovic – The situation of Reinier’s Jesus at Borussia Dortmund – Takefusa Kubo vs. Athletic Club – …

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