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BCA Audio Podcast
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We are Bethany Christian Assembly, a church located in Everett, Washington. We love Christ, community, and reaching those in need. Come check us out during one of our worship services, we'd love to meet you!Contemporary and Traditional ServicesSaturdays @ 6:00 PMSundays @ 9:30 AM and 11AM
 
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HVAC 360
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HVAC 360 is a podcast that covers the heating, ventilating, and air conditioning industry through the entire life cycle of a building. From building commissioning, engineering, and design, to construction, and of course operations and maintenance, I talk with and about the news, people, and products that are affecting our lives at a rapidly growing pace.
 
This is the official account for Jarrow Roofing BCA Football Club. You will be able to hear interviews, goal clips, podcasts, players stories and much, much more.…
 
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OUTLET
Monthly+
 
Outlet is a ministry based in Albuquerque, NM.
 
Join Matt Cardona (WWE Superstar Zack Ryder) and Brian Myers (WWE Superstar Curt Hawkins) as they talk about one of their favorite hobbies, collecting wrestling toys! Each week listen to two members of Mattel's “Elite Squad” chat about the latest news, upcoming releases, toy history, vintage collecting and much more!
 
Free Guides for Building and Design Professionals: Wood Solutions have developed a series of free design and consruction guides that comply with the BCA 2010. They include a Timber Service Life Design Guide, engineered designs and solutions for timber-framed construction and Building with Timber in Bushfire-prone Areas.The latest edition of Broadcast Builder features a discussion with Tony Walther from the NSW Timber Development Association about the benefits of the the Wood Solutions guides ...
 
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ABC Podcasts
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This feed was created by mixing existing feeds from various sources.
 
Broken City Artists Podcast is hosted by artists and multi-platinum songwriting, production team Adam Watts and Gannin Arnold along with BCA partner renowned percussive arts and drum corps writer/educator and visionary Mike Jackson.
 
Sneaker culture is an ever-evolving environment that can be tough to keep up with. Join us weekly as we take a Light Jog through the world of sneakers where we talk about releases, industry news, and our personal experiences. Whether you're a life-long OG collector or a young entrepreneur trying to make some headway in the resell game, this is the podcast for you. Instagram/Twitter: @lightjogpod @brandonalmeidaa @kevincruz.1
 
Brewin Dolphin Podcast
 
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With big business currently under pressure and somewhat on the nose amongst the people, the Business Council of Australia is getting a new president.
 
This is a FREE Bonus episode of the pod and is a special edition interview with Terry Lattimer, the man that created Jakks Bone Crunching Action figures. Broski sits down with Terry and finds out more about why they crunch, what the business strategy was at the time, what made him leave the company and of course some unreleased and unannounced ...…
 
The news business. From subscription to streaming, podcasts to programmatic advertising - what's the future for news media?Guests: Gautam Mishra, inkl CEO, @jeamish and Caitlin Welsh, Editor, Mashable Australia, @Caitlin_WelshBy ABC Radio National.
 
Kate and Cassie onstage with writers Holden Sheppard (Invisible Boys) and Roanna Gonsalves (The Permanent Resident), and Mitchell Librarian Richard Neville, as they read new novels by Australian writers Charlotte Wood and Katherine Johnson, American Alice Hoffman and Frenchman Philippe BessonBy ABC Radio National.
 
The US has brokered a short term ceasefire with Turkey, to allow Kurds to flee Northern Syria; Boris Johnson claims to have secured a deal with the European Union to secure Brexit; And the RSPCA says Australians should be appalled by the revelations about what's happening to retired racehorses.
 
The US has brokered a short term ceasefire with Turkey to allow Kurds to evacuate from Northern Syria.
 
Against all odds, British leader Boris Johnson has convinced the leaders of the 27 EU nations to sign off on a new Brexit deal.
 
The RSCPA says it's appalled by the brutal treatment of racehorses, which was exposed on the ABC's 730 program last night.
 
Australian journalist Peter Greste will front a federal parliamentary inquiry into press freedom which will hold public hearing today to hear evidence from media bosses about the adequacy of current laws, and whether there are enough protections for whistleblowers.
 
Small businesses say the Government's $750 million internship program for long-term unemployed youth isn't working because the process is too complicated and the incentives too low.
 
The father of a family of six adult children found living cut off from the outside world in a Dutch farmhouse has been arrested and charged with deprivation of liberty, abuse and money laundering.
 
Julia Jacklin now has two brilliant albums behind her, but three years ago she was just starting to get traction as a solo artist with her debut album.We’d known her as a member of the band Phantastic Ferniture, but her solo work stopped us dead in our tracks. As the Take 5 dips into the archives here’s one from May 2017, when Julia Jacklin was ...…
 
Former NSW Breaker Kath Koschel has had to learn how to walk three times in her life.In this unedited interview, the Kindness Factory founder shares her story in full.You might want to grab the tissues.
 
You really can say just about anything in the US.But this week a Sandy Hook conspiracy theorist found that there were limits.One of the authors of a book called Nobody Died at Sandy Hook, a retired university professor named James Fetzer, has been ordered to pay 450,000 USD to Leonard Pozner, whose 6-year-old son Noah was killed in the massacre ...…
 
Mary Ann Bugg was an Aboriginal woman who became a savvy bushranger and accomplice to Captain Thunderbolt. Mary Ann was the bushranger's spy, riding ahead into towns to check for police. She used her bush skills to gather and hunt food for the group of bushrangers she rode with. Mary Ann used her first-class education and stunning beauty to foo ...…
 
The Government steps up its drought response with one-off welfare payments, but will it bring much relief for those in the depths of financial stress? And a warning about shisha smoking from a multicultural health authority in western Sydney, where the practice is celebrated.
 
The tragic story of Jessica Michalik, who died in a crowd crush on January 26, 2001.
 
A jobseeker struggling to find work for the past year has told PM you've got to "swallow your pride" if you want to keep any kind of money coming in. Maybe you're also in that position?
 
The Government has stepped in to boost payments to farmers battling mounting bills because of the record drought. But some say it's still too little, adding to criticism that there is still no national drought plan.
 
The Trump administration has sent its top officials to Turkey to try to persuade Ankara to halt an assault on northern Syria.
 
Australia's gearing up for a fight with China and Russia over the future of a key area in East Antarctica, a region that's home to an array of rare and unusual wildlife.
 
Shipping industry insiders are warning Australian waters have become a dumping ground for ship garbage, calling for new rules to make unloading rubbish at Australian ports mandatory.
 
A new anti-shisha campaign from NSW health authorities warns that shisha smoke causes cancer, a message that's drawn passionate opposition from shisha lovers.
 
A relatively lucid retrospective on dry season fishing, before the build-up-proper forcibly removes our normally calm dispositions.
 
Parliament is sitting this week, and the agenda is all about drought, the climate and Australia's foreign relations.An attempt by the Greens, Labor and the crossbench to declare a "climate emergency" was voted down. And the Prime Minister's office sent a set of talking points to the entire press gallery.Chief political correspondent for Guardia ...…
 
The latest official figures show Australia's unemployment rate has fallen to 5.2 per cent; "Don't be a tough guy, don't be a fool" Donald Trump's bizarre letter to the Turkish President; And it's a nervous time for school leavers as they begin their final exams, but could all the pressure be doing more harm than good?…
 
The latest official figures show Australia's unemployment rate has fallen to 5.2 per cent — so what does this mean for the wider economy?
 
Authorities in the United States say they've taken down one of the world's largest child pornography websites, with hundreds of people arrested around the world, including in Australia.
 
Thousands of New South Wales year 12 students begin their final school exams today — but there's calls today for universities to consider more than just academic results when determining who gets admission to courses.
 
Foreign Intelligence agencies are using social media to target people in important positions in Australia, according to ASIO's latest annual report.
 
President Donald Trump has released a letter he sent to the President of Turkey warning him: "Don't be a tough guy, don't be a fool".
 
There have been more violent clashes in Spain overnight, as supporters of the nine Catalan separatist leaders jailed over their role in Catalonia's 2017 failed bid for independence continue to protest across the country.
 
Amazing stories of bravery and courage have emerged after some of the biggest fires in living memory left a trail of destruction in northern New South Wales last week.
 
British boys as young as nine were transported to Van Diemen's Land for petty crime. 3000 of them were incarcerated at Point Puer, the first prison in the world built exclusively for children
 
Glen Boss – jockey, Yes Yes Yes/ The Everest Danny O’Brien – trainer, Vow and Declare/ Caulfield Cup Richard Pegum – part-owner. Mustajeer/ Caulfield Cup Giles Thompson – CEO, Racing VictoriaBy Helen Thomas and Max Presnell.
 
US President Donald Trump says the Syrian Kurds aren't America's problem; Australian Jock Palfreeman waits to find out if he'll be put back behind bars in Bulgaria; And we meet the winner of the Prime Minister's Prize for Science.
 
The US President Donald Trump has washed his hands of the Kurds as Turkey's invasion of northern Syria continues, declaring that they're "not angels" and not America's problem.
 
Australian Jock Palfreeman's been freed from a Bulgarian jail cell for the first time in 12 years, but he told the ABC he's not confident that he'll be allowed to remain free
 
Afghanistan's peak human rights agency says it's prepared to help Australia's Inspector-General in its investigation of alleged unlawful killings of civilians by some Australian special forces.
 
It's two weeks to go to the Brexit deadline and apparently the EU and UK are close to a deal ... again.
 
In Papua New Guinea, police are facing a legal battle in their attempt to arrest the former Prime Minister Peter O'Neill over corruption allegations.
 
The Tax Office is starting to track employers in real time to ensure staff aren't being ripped off on their superannuation guarantee payments.
 
The NSW anti-corruption watchdog is being urged to investigate the case of a high profile cancer researcher from the University of New South Wales.
 
Australian history has been made overnight, with half of the country's most prestigious science prizes awarded to women leading their fields.
 
Local councils in New South Wales are calling on the state government to hand back hundreds of millions of dollars collected through a levy that's supposed to help tackle waste management.
 
What's wrong with a cooler bag full of cash?If you're the biggest name in Australian casinos, it's not a good look.Crown is worth more than $8.7 billion, and is planning to extend its empire into Sydney next year.It's also being investigated over claims criminals are using it to launder millions of dollars allegedly linked to China's underworld ...…
 
Careers counsellors are warning that anxiety over job insecurity is reaching alarming levels; Hong Kong's leader forced from the chamber just as she was to deliver a major policy speech; and aid worker Giselle Hall shares the voices of those she met in Syria as Turkey's assault began.
 
Exams are here. Do we need to change the way we think about stress?
 
While the Government is insisting it's on the right economic path, careers counsellors are now saying anxiety resulting from job insecurity is reaching alarming levels.
 
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