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on their phone bill (either dialup or cable modem service). '''Radio Live''' and '''Radio Live Sport''' (previously '''Radio Pacific''' and '''BSport''') are nationwide Auckland-based New Zealand talkback (talk radio), news (news radio) and sports (sports radio) radio networks owned and operated by MediaWorks New Zealand. They were formed by the 2005 split of talk and racing network Radio Pacific into a dedicated talk network which prioritised breaking news coverage

(Radio Live) and a talk network which broadcast live horse racing and greyhound racing commentaries (now Radio Live Sport). The networks compete directly against The Radio Network's Newstalk ZB Radio Sport (Newstalk ZB) group. The networks began as one, Auckland's Radio Pacific station, in 1978. Radio Pacific became a New Zealand Stock Exchange listed company, with the Totalisator Agency Board as major shareholder. The company also owned a group of North Island music stations known as Energy Enterprises and merged with the South Island radio company Radio Otago in 1999. The company was purchased by a subsidiary of CanWest Global Communications and changed its name to RadioWorks, and CanWest later sold off the company as part of MediaWorks New Zealand. During the 1990s Pacific became one of the first stations to be networked across the country. Wikipedia:Auckland City commons:Auckland


New Zealand

and operated by MediaWorks New Zealand. They were formed by the 2005 split of talk and racing network Radio Pacific into a dedicated talk network which prioritised breaking news coverage (Radio Live) and a talk network which broadcast live horse racing and greyhound racing commentaries (now Radio Live Sport). The networks compete directly against The Radio Network's Newstalk ZB Radio Sport (Newstalk ZB) group. Live Sport, previously BSport, is a nationwide New Zealand sports talk and horse racing commentary radio network. The Live Sport Breakfast includes a Radio Live link up (06:20-06:30), TAB Sportsdesk (08:45 and 09:45), Martin Devlin Live (09:00-10:00 Mondays and Fridays) and Live Sport Motorsport (09:00-10:00 Wednesdays). In a plural form, '''Old Dominions''', this term is used as a reference to historical parts of the British Empire, most often the Australia, New Zealand, Canada, South Africa (see also: British Dominions) '''Stephen Lovatt''' (born 27 May 1964) is a New Zealand actor, best known internationally for his portrayal of character Max Hoyland on the Australian soap ''Neighbours''. '''Sean Andrew Marks''' (born August 23, 1975 in Auckland) is a retired New Zealand-American (United States) professional basketball player. He was the first native New Zealander to play in the NBA. Remixes Since the 1990s he has remixed tracks by Sade (Sade (band)), The Orb, The KLF, Beastie Boys, Jamiroquai, Rancid (Rancid (band)), Depeche Mode, Perry Farrell and Japanese pop singer Ayumi Hamasaki. His best-known project, perhaps, is 1995's ''No Protection (No Protection (Massive Attack album))'', an electronic (electronic music) dub version of Massive Attack's second album, ''Protection (Protection (album))''. He has also done a version of I&I for New Zealand reggae band Katchafire. Mad Professor has done three versions for New Zealand electronic group Salmonella Dub. *No Protection (No Protection (Massive Attack album)) – "Dub version of Massive Attack album Protection (Protection (album))" (1995) '''New Zealand''' competed at the '''1984 Summer Olympics''' in Los Angeles (Los Angeles, California), United States. 130 competitors, 98 men and 32 women, took part in 76 events in 18 sports. Wikipedia:New Zealand Commons:Category:New Zealand Dmoz:Regional Oceania New Zealand


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