The FIFA Analyst Pod is a podcast dedicated to talking all things FIFA, looking at improving , tactical advise and much more!
An award-winning, critically acclaimed mockumentary podcast that follows fictional Premier League club Ashwood City FC. 'The Thick of it meets fifa career mode - a must listen for football fans' - The Guardian 'Ultra-sharp satire' - GQ This podcast is a serial, begin at episode 1.
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B3 (Bourbon, Buddies, Balls) is a Football/Soccer podcast in which fans of the sport talk about all things football. We talk about transfers, league predictions, match days from big European Leagues and Cups to Leagues from our side of the world like MLS and LigaMX. We started the Summer of 2019 and our first show features predictions from Ligue 1, Serie A, Eredivisie, MLS, LigaMX, Bundesliga, La Liga, EPL, USL, and the Club/Nations Cups around the world.
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Welcome to Evidence to Excellence: News in Neuroplasticity and Rehab powered by The Recovery Project. We want to personally welcome and thank you for joining us. The Evidence to Excellence: News in Neuroplasticity and Rehab Podcast is designed to keep you updated on what’s new in research and evidence in the neuro rehabilitation world.
That's a profound shift from a year ago, says the Foundation's annual Mapping Social Cohesion Report for 2021.
Daniel Suidani says the presence of Australian troops is helping to protect Prime Minister, who he says doesn't represent the people.
Hear Perpetual's Matt Sherwood speak with SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves about how the market is feeling about the new COVID variant; plus Flight Centre CEO Graham Turner on the impact on travel.
Health authorities are gathering to decide whether stricter quarantine rules and border restrictions need to be imposed in response to the latest COVID19 variant.
In the first major analysis of the pandemic's impact on housing, the Australian Council of Social Services has found there's now a severe shortage of affordable accommodation.
Chief-Executive Patrick Nolan has secured a massive sponsorship deal with a cryptocurrency marketplace that even involves an unprecedented £200m stadium naming-rights deal. Paul Waggott as Patrick Nolan Adam Jarrell as Chris 'Woody' Woodall Helena Doughty as Jessica Tate Christopher Swift as Reuben Thomas Episode written by: Joel Emery Edited by: A…
The variant is causing worry around the world that it could resist vaccinations and prolong the nearly two-year COVID-19 pandemic.
As top European migration officials met in the French port of Calais to discuss migrant smuggling, the absence of U-K officials was noticeable.
Australia has boosted its peacekeeping deployment to the Solomon Islands with more federal police and a contingent of New South Wales officers starting to arrive in the capital.
The federal government has announced it will be making social media companies liable for defamatory posts, with new legislation to be introduced into the Parliament next year.
Australia has shut its borders to nine southern African countries amid concern over the new Omicron variant of the coronavirus. It comes as countries across Europe have confirmed cases of the new variant with governments worldwide restricting travel from southern Africa.
A COVID vaccination outreach program on the NSW-Victorian border has been lauded as life saving, with over 1,000 people in the region's ethnic communities now double dosed.
Global stock markets and oil prices have sold off sharply in response to the new Omicron coronavirus variant and emerging travel restrictions. Major indexes in Europe and the United States are suffering their worst session of the year, with renewed concerns about the economic toll of the pandemic.
The World Health Organisation on Friday declared the recently-discovered B.1.1.529 strain of COVID-19, first detected in southern Africa, to be a variant of concern and renamed it Omicron. Nations around the world have responded by banning flights from the region.
Experts working to combat violence against women say the COVID pandemic has had a devastating effect on gender equality, with levels of violence soaring during the pandemic.
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Dylan Alcott made wheelchair tennis history, and now he's helping women with disability transition from high-performance sport to leadership roles.
The Liberal backbencher says she had a 'frank discussion' with the Prime Minister after she crossed the floor in a vote over a National Integrity Commission.
The inquiry, which is expected to take up to two years, will look into the accessibility and quality of support services for soldiers after they leave the military, and find a way to prevent the mounting death toll.
Australian health officials are liaising with their international counterparts about the discovery by South African scientists of a new COVID-19 variant.
SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with Opal Capital Management's Omkar Joshi about how the pandemic continues to impact the market; plus Qantas' Alan Joyce on the airline's new green frequent flyer tier.
The deployment of dozens of officers came after a request from the island nation's Prime Minister for help in restoring order.
A new COVID-19 variant that's emerging in southern Africa is raising concerns it might not respond to the current vaccines for COVID-19.
Merchant seafarers from the tiny Pacific Island nation of Kiribati stranded in Australia say they want to go home but their country’s borders are still shut due to COVID.
In this bulletin, Australia deploys police and troops urgently to help the Solomon Islands restore security and peace; Eight dead in Somalia as Islamist militants set off suicide bomb targeting a UN convoy; And in sport, Matildas legend Lisa De Vanna back where it all started, after signing with Perth Glory.…
Australians appear likely to save hundreds of dollars on future energy bills as renewable resources increasingly flow into people's homes.
Scott Morrison has personally introduced the long-awaited religious discrimination bill to parliament, describing it as "sensible and balanced".
Ninety per cent of Victorians aged 12 and over are now fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Households can expect to pay $77 less on electricity bills by 2024 so the Australian Energy Market Commission's Anna Collyer explains why; plus Kyle Rodda from IG Markets on the day on the markets.
As Europe grapples with another deadly wave of COVID-19, fuelled by the cold weather and a faltering vaccine rate, it's reasonable to ask, could Australia follow a similar path next year?
EU nations consider reinstating harsher COVID-19 measures as health systems come under immense pressure.
Australia's high vaccination rates are now being celebrated as restrictions are gradually lifted, but life is far more complicated for those who are mourning relatives who have died with COVID-19.
In one of the deadliest disasters seen in the English Channel, a boat full of asylum seekers has capsized trying to cross from France to England.
When Aaron T Beck first developed what he called cognitive therapy, it went against many traditional ideas of psychotherapy.
In this bulletin, Indigenous leaders urge the government to work with First Nations people to contain the Northern Territory's COVID outbreak; Germany set to have a new coalition government; And in sport, the AFL draft begins for the 2022 season.
The Federal Government is introducing its highly anticipated religious discrimination bill to parliament, despite ongoing controversy around potential prejudice against certain groups of people.
Ms Rivas is accused of crimes against humanity during the brutal reign of Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet.
Hear from Webjet CEO John Guscic talk about New Zealand's reopening border plans, the state of international travel and his Croatian heritage; plus the markets with Seneca Financial Solutions' Luke Laretive.
South Australia's Premier says it's likely coronavirus will return to the state as more people arrive with the easing of border rules.
European ministers have met to address the outbreak across the continent as the US elevates its travel warning against travelling to Germany and Denmark.
Human Rights groups remain concerned about the welbeing of Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai, despite a video call with IOC President Thomas Bach.
The ACCC says its Scamwatch service has already received over 26,000 reports of online scams this year, totalling nearly $13 million.
Labor Senator Penny Wong says the government is heightening the prospects of war in Taiwan for political purposes.
it's prompted calls for an aged care-specific skilled migration program to boost numbers.
After months apart, families are being reunited in South Australia.
SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with Woodside CEO Meg O'Neill as the company makes the biggest Australian oil and gas investment in a decade and as it seals a $40bn merger with BHP's petroleum assets.
Jean Castex and his daughter have tested positive for COVID-19 hours after returning from a visit to neighbouring Belgium.
What was meant to be a fun day out for the family turned into the stuff of nightmares when a vehicle ploughed through a Christmas parade in the US state of Wisconsin.