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Alex Johnson opens up about sieging her 10+ year project: The Swarm (V13/14) in Bishop. Plus, Chris and Andrew revisit Yosemite regulations. For today’s final bit, ever wonder what the world’s best alpinists talk about after getting done with a 30-hour push and drinking a beer? Jesse Huey and Quentin Roberts got you covered. Become a RunOut Rope Gu…
 
It’s been two weeks since my last show on Newstalk ZB which means a fortnight listening to howls of outrage over cycle bridges and rail links. And I’ve come to the conclusion that New Zealanders do not and have not understood infrastructure and it’s planning. The news that a dedicated three quarter of a billion dollar pedestrian and bike bridge wil…
 
A couple of weeks ago I was hosting ZB Drive. When it came to the Huddle, one of the panellist welcomed me by saying, “Hello Anaru, how are you” Unfortunately, I was in a bit of a snippy mood and so I snapped back by saying, “Is Anaru my real name?” Chill out Andrew, I was just being friendly, said the panellist. I didn't take it any further but An…
 
I'm not one to blow my own trumpet, but sometimes someone has to step up to plate and so I am. Exactly one week ago, the last time I was on Newstalk ZB, I predicted a boring budget with the only big item, an increase in benefits. Other than that I said that it would be business as usual. And that's exactly what transpired. A boring Labour lite budg…
 
Climbers wake up to the new reality of regulations in Yosemite, and crags across the country. Plus, we talk to John Branch of Dawn Wall fame. Become a RunOut Rope Gun! Support our podcast and increase your RunOut runtime. Bonus episodes, AMA, and more will be available to our Rope Guns. Thank you for your support! http://patreon.com/runoutpodcast C…
 
Well, I have little to say about Judith Collins and the Nats low polling in the Newshub poll, other than to say Judith Collins is once again wearing too much of the blame. The National Party is "Absent Without Leave" with a few exceptions like Nicola Willis and Shane Reti. For example today we had a piece in the paper from National's Finance spokes…
 
The news of a boost to cervical cancer testing budget and a move to less invasive techniques is a brilliant piece of news. The disease as we know is a killer but also very preventable using techniques such as immunisation against the HPV virus and regular monitoring and testing. The testing has always been invasive and that has been a barrier to gr…
 
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Listening to the blamestorm over MIQ last week I thought the universe had tipped on its axis. There was our poverty defeating socialist Prime Minister, punching down on a minimum wage frontline worker and bemoaning his lack of accountability and accusing him of lying.. Meanwhile, a cohort of neo-liberal, conservative right wingers were busy defendi…
 
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A huge statue of Jesus Christ is under construction in southern Brazil, and it will be even taller than its famous counterpart in Rio de Janeiro. The "Christ the Protector" statue is being built in Encantado, a small town in Brazil's southernmost state, Rio Grande do Sul, by a local organization named Friends of Christ Association (AACristo). Made …
 
This weekend saw the one year anniversary of the quarantine system that has now entered all our lives - MIQ. You’ll remember it started in February 2020 with a fleet of campervans on a Whangaparaoa Peninsula Naval base housing a couple of hundred Kiwi refuges from Wuhan. Then New Zealanders were asked to self-isolate, which we proved to be spectacu…
 
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The plight of the unfortunate container ship that has blocked the Suez Canal has provided amusement for millions online, as the global chaos sparked by the incident continues to have massive financial impact around the globe. While progress has been made on moving the ship, with the Ever Given being shifted 30m overnight, it remains fixed in place.…
 
It's nice to be on air again after another depressing week hearing New Zealand media, politicians and talkback callers give us their wisdom over how to solve the housing crisis. In simple terms houses cost too much in this country. Currently seven times median income. 10 years ago they were five times the median income. The international benchmark …
 
Become a RunOut Rope Gun! Support our podcast and increase your RunOut runtime. Bonus episodes, AMA, and more will be available to our Rope Guns. Thank you for your support! http://patreon.com/runoutpodcast Contact us Send ideas, voicemail, feedback and more. andrew@runoutpodcast.com // chris@runoutpodcast.com The post RunOut #58: Dave Graham Goes …
 
It’s D-day for bubbles. Is it really? Or will it be a day where there is an announcement about a future announcement as is the Governments favoured method of operation? If they offer not one concrete proposal or date or destination there will be considerable anger amongst the tourism industry and opponents of the government at large. This bubble de…
 
Engineers want to build an underground lunar ark, filled with millions of seed, spore, sperm and egg samples from Earth's species, hidden in a network of tubes on the moon to provide a genetic backup for the planet in the event of a doomsday scenario. Scientists from the University of Arizona have proposed an ark, dubbed a "modern global insurance …
 
I spent the weekend in Wellington and it was fabulous. I went for my son’s 22nd birthday using the tickets I bought for his 21st birthday that I couldn’t use because some sort of virus was floating around. I arrived on Friday and had a good shop and a great dinner at Havana where the octopus and the gnocchi are to die for. Saturday was a blinder of…
 
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Let’s try this again - take two on 2021 - because we screwed the first take up. I had high hopes for 2021. Particularly when the first three day lockdown had the ambition of being a short sharp surgical shock. I was hoping that the systems and procedures had been sharpened over the previous year to a point where bringing the economy to a screeching…
 
As I watch the news last night I wondered how the young lad at the centre feels as event after dream after hope gets cancelled. I wonder why the link between his family and the originally infected family was never revealed to the contact tracers. Did they know what they did was wrong? Was there some link between the families so powerful it made the…
 
An Alaska woman had the scare of a lifetime when using an outhouse in the backcountry and she was attacked by a bear, from below. "I got out there and sat down on the toilet and immediately something bit my butt right as I sat down," Shannon Stevens told The Associated Press on Thursday. "I jumped up and I screamed when it happened." Stevens, her b…
 
Firstly today my respects to Christchurch. 10 long years. I was at the first memorial in March of 2011, one month after the event. Prince William was there and spoke. He told tens of thousands of Cantabrians this: "My grandmother once said, that grief is the price we pay for love. Here today, we love and we grieve." I saw a young lad who had lost h…
 
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Yesterday morning, I thought I’d start my programme with another call to rationalise or even nationalise our water and wastewater operations. This is prompted by situations facing Waikouaiti, Karitane and Turnberry who have now been joined by Akaroa. Towns whose basic necessity, water, has been poisoned by lead and opossums. They join a long line o…
 
I want to talk about governance. Governance is defined in the dictionary is the way rules, norms and actions are structured, sustained , regulated and held accountable. It’s the job of governments in public life and board in corporate life. But I view governance differently. To me, governance is the trick of actually doing something, actually achie…
 
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For as many foes as the superhero fends off, Batman has a formidable team of supporters starting with his sidekick Robin, Gotham City Commissioner James Gordon and his ever-loyal butler, Alfred Pennyworth. But one of the Caped Crusader's most fervent supporters lies not in a comic book, but in the US Senate, and he's known the Bat for more than 80 …
 
So Covid is in the Community. No great surprise, we all knew it was just a matter of when. Last week I hosted ZB's Drive Show and started with an editorial as you always do. In it, I railed at New Zealanders pathetic usage of the Covid App. I criticised opinion writers like Peter Dunne and Richard Prebble who spent the summer dissing the app. I sha…
 
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