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Morning Buzz w/ Russell's Fishing Tech is a weekly show all about Salmon & Trout fishing. Hosted by fishing industry veteran Russell Gahagan. Morning Buzz aims to both inform and entertain, with a new guest from around the fishing world every week. So pour yourself a cup of coffee or your favorite caffeinated beverage and join us! New episodes post every Sunday.
 
Hosts/nerds Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton are your friendly music buddies with the week's best new music discoveries, including conversations with emerging artists, icons and more. Hear songs that can completely change your day, with humor, heart and (sometimes) a whole lot of noise. Directions for use: Morning commute, the gym, or alone time. (If rash persists, discontinue use.)
 
My weekly radio show, Buzz Radio has been rockin the airwaves for over 12 years on Connecticut largest Clear Channel FM Radio Station, WKSS KISS 95.7 (http://KISS957.com). For more information on upcoming tours, releases, live mixes, play lists and EXCLUSIVE DOWNLOADS go to http://RandyBoyer.com or visit any of the social network siteshttp://facebook.com/randyboyermusic | http://twitter.com/randyboyermusic | http://soundcloud.com/randyboyermusic | http://instagram.com/randyboyermusic | http: ...
 
Arguably if not the best, one of the best emcees Los Angeles has to offer. Triune works relentlessly to maintain an exceedingly high level of respect on the streets of Southern California. Through the channels of radio drops, mp3 pools, tours, and independent label releases, Triune has earned himself a notable name in the music industry. After inking his first recording deal with Antagonist/Image Records in 2004, Triune was the lead artist for group album entitled “Live This” in 2006 that we ...
 
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A New Zealander living in Adelaide will today get to introduce her new daughter to her grandparents for the first time. Jane Myers had a travel agent ready to find flights for her as soon as the trans-Tasman bubble was announced. Today, she's coming to Aotearoa with her new daughter Scarlett. She told reporter Charlotte Cook she hasn't been home fo…
 
Passengers were able to travel internationally from Wellington Airport for the first time in a year on Monday. The first commercial flight took off heading for Sydney just after 6am, with the trans-Tasman bubble now in full swing. Wellington Airport's general manager of corporate affairs Jenna Raeburn spoke to Philippa Tolley.…
 
The 2021 ANZ netball premiership season got underway last night, and it looks like it could be a tight battle for the title, with last year's finalists both losing their opening games. Central Pulse were beaten 57-53 by the Auckland-based Northern Stars in Palmerston North, while Canterbury's Mainland Tactix were upset 54-36 by the Southland Steel …
 
The Dunedin cricket and rugby commentator Iain Gallaway, known as the Voice of Carisbrook, has died - aged 98. Iain Gallaway provided rugby commentaries for 26 years and cricket for 40, until signing off in 1992, due to failing eyesight. Former Black Cap and Otago cricket captain Brendon McCullum, last night tweeted "May one of our Great New Zealan…
 
After an agonizing wait, the Samoan election results have been confirmed. It's a tie. The incumbent HRPP and newcomers FAST both hold 25 seats each in the final count, which means the selection of the next government could be down to the whims of the single independent MP in the Samoan parliament. Samoa correspondent Tipi Autagavaia spoke to Philip…
 
A law expert says claims by Police that officers did not know they were breaking the law when they used roadblocks to get information on gang members, doesn't stack up. Last week the Independent Police Conduct Authority found officers illegally detained a woman and photographed her and her partner at a checkpoint in Northland in 2019. Northland Dis…
 
Ahead of a nationwide rollout of Covid-19 vaccines to kaumātua and Māori with comorbidities, many whānau are still trying to convince their own it is safe. It's not just a tidal wave of misinformation they are fighting, but a deep-rooted distrust of the health system. RNZ's Te Aniwa Hurihanagnui reports.…
 
Auckland principals are bracing for some pushback when enrolment zones are introduced for the first time at some schools next month. The Ministry of Education says the zones are needed to deal with swelling student numbers across the city. Stephen Lethbridge is the president of the Auckland Primary Principals' Association. He spoke to Corin Dann.…
 
Queenstown is a-buzz with anticipation - ready to greet today's Qantas flight carrying much-needed Australian visitors. It's the first International flight into the resort town since the Covid-19 lockdown a year ago. Belinda McCammon has been talking to locals who've been crying out for a tran-tasman travel bubble for months.…
 
Thousands of people will today fly freely between Aotearoa and Australia, with the trans-Tasman bubble officially open. It's been over a year since there was quarantine-free travel between the two countries, following the global shut down of borders due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Air New Zealand can now operate green zone flights to Hobart, Perth, M…
 
After months of false-starts and disappointments, the trans-Tasman bubble has finally opened. It's been touted by some as the saviour for the hollowed-out tourism industry. Paul Button is the general manager of Canopy Tours in Rotorua, and Robbie Stewart is the Base manager for INFLITE skydiving at the Franz Josef and Fox Glaciers. The pair spoke t…
 
Auckland principals in some parts of the city are expecting confusion and hostility when they introduce enrolment zones for their schools for the first time. The schools are part of an unprecedented Ministry of Education push to create or redraw enrolment zones for 135 Auckland schools. For some of the schools, the change comes into effect in two w…
 
Travellers are already in the sky en route to Sydney in the first flight out of New Zealand, which has departed Wellington. Auckland Airport traveller Machellle was waiting to depart Auckland Airport - she has not seen her daughter in a little more than two years. She told Tess Brunton she hasn't seen her granddaughter since she was just seven days…
 
Emergency housing is been described as dangerous and terrifying for some, with families mixed in with gang members, and many places rife with crime and intimidation. Official documents show ministers were warned about the risk to public safety in Rotorua a year ago, and that extended stays in motels are not so suitable for families, or those with h…
 
Emergency housing is been described as dangerous and terrifying for some, with families mixed in with gang members, and many places rife with crime and intimidation. Official documents show ministers were warned about the risk to public safety in Rotorua a year ago, and that extended stays in motels are not so suitable for families, or those with h…
 
After months of discussions, the trans-Tasman bubble is officially open. The Prime Ministers of New Zealand and Australia are describing it as a world-leading arrangement that promotes travel between the two countries, without letting Covid-19 into the community. Jacinda Ardern and Scott Morrison say the Pacific Islands are next on the list. Prime …
 
A bar owner in downtown Rotorua says emergency housing is "killing" the town, and brazen crime is rampant. The short-term motel stays by those urgently needing somewhere to stay have been partly blamed for crime and general disorder in the central city. Official documents show ministers were warned this time last year "low end" emergency motel acco…
 
Quarantine-free travel between Australia and New Zealand has resumed for the first time in more than a year. Air New Zealand expects more than 5000 people will travel today across roughly 30 flights. And excitement is building in Auckland Airport, as travellers prepare to fly to Sydney at 7.30am. Reporter Tess Brunton is there.…
 
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