“We live in such a strange world. It’s weird to create monuments to it.” Gareth Morgan’s books Dear Eileen and When a Punk Becomes a Spunksick leaveMelbourne School of Continental PhilosophyDan Tout’s article Neither Nationalists nor Universalists: Rex Ingamells and the JindyworobaksObscurity in Poetry — A Spectrum by Geoff PageThe Poet Tasters by Ben EtheringtonAriana ReinesForever MagGareth’s review of Lucy Van’s The OpenGareth’s review of Petra White’s CitiesTim Wright’s SunsToby Fitch’s MoonsNangs
Gareth Morgan: Renewed Calls for National Laws on Domestic Cats
Wellington Mornings with Nick Mills
The SPCA has renewed calls for more nationwide legislation to tackle cat management issues. While it doesn't have a specific plan, the SPCA says cat laws would improve feline welfare and the environment.In Wellington, cat owners are encouraged to keep their pets in at night. But businessman Gareth Morgan told Nick Mills that does not go far enough and believes domestic cats should be contained to their properties. LISTEN ABOVE
One of the inspirations for the show is The Opportunity Party (TOP) whose policies are based on evidence of what works overseas, not what sounds good. Steve interviews the founder of TOP, Gareth Morgan.He's a businessman holds a doctorate in economics is a philanthropist and a temporary politician. He was one of the early investors in Trade Me and is probably most famous for saying that cats should be banned in New Zealand. Ever wonder what a successful businessman does with his time and money?You'll learn a bit about Gareth's career, why he started the TOP party, as well as what he'd do if he were elected prime minister. This includes his reasons for introducing a property tax, why universal basic income is better than the benefit, and how he'd reward eco-friendly businesses.You can find out more about Gareth's work at: morganfoundation.org.nz
97. How To Manage Digital Marketing Agency with Gareth Morgan
Believe you can because you can!
Digital marketing covers many different types of marketing. How to build a team and provide the high-quality services online. Gareth Morgan shares his valuable insights. He is the founder and MD of a digital marketing agency, which means he is having a crisis of identity. Digital agencies are struggling to stand out in what has…
The Beat Podcast Special – Chief Constable Gareth Morgan
The Beat Podcast from Staffordshire Police
The latest episode of The Beat Podcast from Staffordshire Police focuses on the career of Chief Constable Gareth Morgan ahead of his retirement after 33 years in policing.In this special edition, we focus on Gareth’s route to becoming Chief Constable in Staffordshire and talk about some key moments in his career – including his time with the FBI at Quantico.The Chief Constable also speaks openly about his views on the current state of policing, his plans for retirement and why he’d choose Mozart over Dolly Parton when stranded on a desert island.Ever wondered how the police go about keeping your county safe or do you ever just want to know why we make certain decisions? Staffordshire Police has introduced The Beat Podcast to help give you an insight into how we police and prevent crime in our beautiful county through the eyes of those on the front line.Hosted by former LBC reporter turned Staffordshire Police Communications Officer, Tom Bushell.Have any questions? Drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Gareth Morgan attempts to solve The Mystery of the Maya
Voyage of the Page Turner
Follow your host Colin Leggo and this week's guest Gareth Morgan as they venture to Mexico to discover the Mystery of the Maya. Will Gareth beat the Mayan Shaman? Will he get on with Manuel? Will he run out of Jelly Tots? Follow the show on Twitter and Instagram (@pageturnershow) and send your emails to email@example.comThe show is written and produced by Colin Leggo, and the Executive Producer is Ant McGinley. The Voice of Decision is Sam Thomas.
Gareth is the General Manager at Long Ashton Golf Club in Bristol. He's a forward thinking bloke but has come up against lots of issues and realities when it comes to getting stuff done in golf clubs in the UK!We chat about the job on a General Manager, dress codes, the direction golf clubs need to take in the UK&I and plenty of other stuff! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
#21 – Comparing Notes with Gareth Morgan, City of Cape Town (30 July 2020)
The Resilience Shift Podcast
Peter speaks to Gareth Morgan, Director of Resilience of the City of Cape Town (CoCT) about a similar reflective learning exercise he has been leading within the CoCT management team since the beginning of the Covid-19 crisis. Find out more about the ‘Resilient Leadership’ project here: www.resilienceshift.org/resilient-leadershipPodcast editing by Roman Svidran. Music by Robin Fuzile and Jesse Reiner from the album ‘Unyuko’ (2019)
The Department of Conversation with Pat Brittenden
Gareth Morgan is a New Zealand economist and commentator on public policy who in previous lives has been in business as an economic consultant, funds manager, and professional company director.In 2016 Gareth founded TOP - The Opportunities Party, a centrist political party based upon an idea of "evidence-based" policy. Gareth has since stepped aside from the party which continues without him.Gareth is also an author and is known for his love of motorbikes...but not so much for cats ;)www.theDOC.nz www.patreon.com/theDOCNZ www.twitter.com/patbrittenden- Like - Share - Subscribe -
Ep 8. Gareth Morgan, SEO expert: Best practice and innovative SEO techniques
How the Fxck - SEO & Organic Marketing
This week's interview on the How the Fxck podcast is with Gareth Morgan, Founder of one of the UKs largest marketing agencies: Liberty Marketing. Gareth regularly speaks to audiences about SEO, PPC, and other marketing strategies, and after his +15 years of experience in SEO he is uniquely qualified to do so. We conquer the world of SEO today. Covering onsite and offsite SEO, from content optimisation and how to do proper keyword research, through to creating sharable content that generates backlinks, this interview is a rare glimpse at how the marketing professionals approach SEO. Read a summary of the insight here: Gareth Morgan.