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Slow Food

Sarah Heeringa the contributing editor of Good magazine talks to Diane Campbell about the slow food.

 

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Andrew's Mihi

Andrew Urquhart catches up with Mania Clarke talking about Maori Language Week and completes his challenge to do his 'mihi'.

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Matt Maher On The Show

Plus all the links and extra bits from Holly & Dan for Wednesday 13 September.

Matt Maher is coming to New Zealand!

He'll be leading worship in Auckland on Sunday, 3 December - you can get all the info at MattMaherConcert.nz. We caught up with him to chat about his first NZ visit, advice for worship songwriters, and some details on Echoes, his album due out later this month.

Top things we talked about:

Nearly half of surveryed millenials would give up their right to vote in order to clear their student loan debt

The Germans have broken the world record for tallest sandcastle ever built, and it's pretty amazing!

First of all, don't steal things... second of all, don't steal trucks without looking inside first!!

Woman who crashed her car was distracted looking for the ticket she got 10 minutes beforehand... for driving while distracted.

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Today's Bible Society Verse of the Day is Lamentations 3:25 - "The Lord is good to those who depend on him, to those who search for him."

This isn't a one-and-done kid of thing – I think every day we have a brand new chance to ask God for help. Dealing with that tricky person at work, or the question of where is the money for this week's rent coming from, or how to deal with the thing or the situation we didn't see coming.
If we depend on Him, and ask Him for help everyday – he'll never let us down.

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SILVER SCROLLS

Coming up towards the end of this month is the 2017 APRA Silver Scroll Awards, so this week we are going to have a wee look at the finalists and some of the winners from years gone by.
Made with the help of NZ on Air, it’s Homegrown Saturdays Nights at 6 on Rhema.

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Magnificent Mosaics

Ellie Fijn is a Nelson based mosaic artist who spearheaded an amazing mosaic project to thank her council for reopening a walking track. I got to chat with her.

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The Digital World

Dr Gordon Neufeld is a Vancouver-based developmental psychologist with over 40 years of experience with children and youth.  Dr Neufeld is in  NZ with the Parenting Place for a series of workshops.  Andrew Urquhart spoke with Dr Neufeld about taking the lead in your child's digital world.

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The Stitch People

Jo Dixey is an embroiderer and the author of Stitch People a 20 project guide to modern embroidery.  Diane Campbell spoke with Jo about her career in embroidery and whether embroidery was a passion that begun with her family.

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Love Doc.

Hi Love Doctor, this is a bit of a strange question but I really need help in knowing how to deal with this.  My wifes parents are strongly aligned to one political party while I am wanting to use my vote for a party at the other end of the political spectrum.  I have not bought this up with them, however they know my position and seem to bring it  up every time we see them.  I wouldn't worry so much however I know from past elections this can go on for months afterwards.  How do I maintain relationships with my inlaws while sticking with my political convictions?

 

Hi Love Doctor I'm a single girl in my 30's.  I am content in my single status and don't feel the need to have a boyfriend or husband to complete me. Despite this my friends/church community and family always feel the need to bring my single status up and want to set me up with other singles.  I'm really tired of this how do I tell them to stop?

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Dr Bryce Edwards on Politics

Andrew talks with political scientist Dr Bryce Edwards.

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