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LibriVox volunteers bring you 7 recordings of New Year Greeting by Louise R. Waite . This was the Weekly Poetry project for March 21st, 2010.,The 21st of March is the ancient Persian festival of Naw-Rúz, also spelled "Noruz" (New Day) which is the Iranian and Zoroastrian New Year's Day. Naw-Rúz is also a Bahá'í holy day and the Baha'i New Year.Louise R. Waite (nee Spencer) was a Bahá'í poet and song writer. She wrote this poem, entitled “New Year Greeting”, for Naw-Rúz, which appeared in the ...
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Thomas Gordon's life in the city was going just fine. He had a decent job, a nice condo, and was generally content with life. One day, however, his boss was in a particularly foul mood, and a chain of inexplicable mishaps resulted in Thomas getting fired. Fed up with the world, he begins to search for an escape to a better life. While sitting at the Realtor's office, he stumbles upon a flyer on a bulletin board that asks a simple question: "Fed Up?" After calling the number on the pull tab, ...
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EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen says two billion doses of potential vaccines have been secured for EU member states which have started working on vaccination distribution plans.
The High Court hands down a ruling on asylum seeker cases brought against the federal government, indigenous Australians in the Northern Territory welcome a new law to preserve two seats in federal parliament, and in rugby, the Wallabies say team cohesion and mental preparation are key to winning against Argentina in Saturday's Tri Nations finale.…
Host: Allan NewsomeRunning time: 0:24:45 Do you know whose house Sergeant Carter’s mom lives in? Do you know where the Headquarters 1st Battalion was on the Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C episode “I’m Always Chasing Gomers” (season 5, episode 23) was filmed? Do you know the possible connection between Sergeant Carter and The Pink Panther? We’ll after […]…
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Special Giving Tuesday edition. Sports broadcaster -- and new author -- Andrew Cotter sits down with PTF to discuss his new book, Olive, Mabel and Me, dog ownership, kilts, hiking, and his thoughts on race calling. Then Kim Weir tops by to talk about the money we've raised this year for TRF and their continuing efforts to take care of retired raceh…
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Nick is joined by writer and broadcaster (and Road to Cheltenham creator) Lydia Hislop to discuss the day's news from around the racing world, focusing on what we might expect from the return of the pre-eminent two mile steeplechaser Altior in Sandown's Tingle Creek Chase this weekend. Nick speaks at length to the his trainer, Nicky Henderson, who …
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In the preview show this week with Michael Kist of Bleeding Green Nation, Kist said that "DK Metcalf is going to destroy this team." He was right. Metcalf led the team with 177 yards and, with Mookie Alexander and John Morgan on the recap show, we discuss how it could have been an even bigger performance. Chris Carson returned to the lineup and gav…
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Tasmanian Teddy Sheean will be awarded a posthumous Victoria Cross following a review by an expert panel.
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Migrants and people visiting Australia are most at risk of drowning in our waterways, so everyone is being encouraged to learn to swim - no matter their age.
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After weeks of border closures, Queensland finally opened up to Victorians and Sydney-siders on Tuesday - and WA is also planning to open next week.
Corelogic Head of Australian Research Eliza Owen goes through the latest house price data, while eToro's John Gilbert unpacks the first trading day of the new month.
Heart disease death rates are as much as two-and-a-half times higher in remote areas compared to major capital cities.
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A divisive tweet with a fake war crimes photo sent out by a Chinese official continues to evoke concern from Australian politicians
Deadlines are fast approaching to formally confirm the President of the United States, but before inauguration day on January 20, there are some key dates essential to the process.
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Prime Minister Scott Morrison demands apology after a doctored image was tweeted by the Chinese government.
The Morrison Government is making further changes to the Family visa program to support applicants impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nick is joined by the Daily Mirror's David Yates to discuss the day's news on and off the track. Following his comments in the Racing Post and on Sky Sports Racing over the weekend surrounding the need for more robust measures to control the abuse of cocaine amongst jockeys in Britain, the PJA CEO Paul Struthers tells Nick why he felt motivated to …
Almost 12 months after the Whakaari/White Island eruption WorkSafe New Zealand has charged ten organisations and three people.
Victorian employers are embracing 25 per cent of staff back on site after no new infections in the state for 31 days straight.
SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with Matthew Haupt from Wilson Asset Management about the market's stellar November rise