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Rural Focus is a unique program in commercial radio: it provides the most comprehensive coverage of agricultural and agribusiness issues affecting the rural communities in regional Western Australia.
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Beyond the Farm Gate is a show where we shine a light on great Australian stories in agriculture. On the show, you'll hear from farmers who've survived challenges like fire, flood, and drought; farmers who run innovative and unique agribusinesses; and farmers who are balancing work and family in rural Australia. You'll be inspired hearing their stories, and pick up some insights along the way. Produced by Rural Bank.
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‘Our State’ is a half-hour, weekly radio segment airing 1:30pm ACST each Monday on Adelaide's FiveAA.The program focuses on uncovering and sharing important subjects: the interesting, the significant, the future, the unknown and the things that are happening, right now, in South Australia. Each week, a wide range of guests discuss achievements, initiatives and events which highlight South Australia’s priorities.
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A Friend of Mine is a series of conversations with some incredible and inspiring women in business from regional and rural Australia. Whether you’re starting out in business and wondering how to go from side hustle to full time or you’re looking for ways to expand on what you’ve already established, A Friend of Mine will take a deep dive into the nitty gritty to help you along your journey. Let us introduce you to some amazing female entrepreneurs who will share their experience and knowledg ...
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R.M.Williams OUTBACK

R.M.Williams Publishing

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R.M.Williams OUTBACK reangles its authentic, experienced lens on rural and regional Australia into the audio space. The hugely successful OUTBACK magazine has been published for 25 years and knows the Australian bush like nobody else. This podcast is inspired by the informative writing and spectacular photography in the magazine but is not limited to this content. Explore Australian news, events, stations, nature, art, people, history, gear, tracks, travel, pubs, towns and much more.
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She Makes News is a weekly news podcast for women in rural and regional Australia. We bring you a wrap up of the latest stories and local events that matter to you. Join us each Friday as we dive into our curated headlines, have thought-provoking discussions, and bring you exclusive interviews with rural business women, community leaders and experts. Tune in every week with host Kimberley Furness to stay informed, empowered and connected with She Makes News. You can be part of the conversati ...
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Let's Talk Rural Mental Health

Rural Adversity Mental Health Program

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Each year, one in five of us will experience a mental health problem. Mental health problems are common but they are also treatable. Yet, if you live in the city, you are more likely to access help that if you live in a rural area of NSW. Welcome to ‘Let’s Talk’, a podcast series is hosted by journalist Kia Handley all about mental health in rural and regional Australia. Hear from people who have battled with their mental health, who have been through tragedy and have come out of the other s ...
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A place to call home podcast is a guide to agricultural land ownership. During the podcast we share first hand stories from our guest to help guide you onto life on the land. We will also talk to industry experts who may be able to help you along your own journey. Copyright: A Place to Call Home Group 2023
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The Flying Doctor

Royal Flying Doctor Service

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Australia is a large, remote, and unforgiving land where accidents happen. In this podcast, we talk to real patients and their families about mateship, life in the bush, and the role that the Royal Flying Doctor Service plays in servicing rural communities.
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Take Me Somewhere is a curation of stories from regional and rural destinations in Australia. This series of conversations are recorded live in our mobile podcast van set up in vibrant regional cities, remarkable rural towns or at an event, conference or field day. Our trusted friends share with you their favourite places to stay, eat, shop and explore. We hope these stories encourage you to take your time driving from point A to B, and stop at the little towns in between. There are so many ...
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Small Town Business shines a light on people making big things happen in small towns, regional and rural communities. Each episode is in two-parts. In Part one, we chat with a small-town business owner, hand picked because they have a particularly special story to tell. They generously share the ups and downs and all the in-betweens of their business, before part two where I draw out one of the key points of the discussion into a specific learning with a focus on marketing and business devel ...
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Build 'Em Up

National Rural Health Alliance

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Our Build ‘Em Up podcast features upbeat local community experiences & inspirational rural health stories to help build the health & wellbeing of rural, regional & remote communities around Australia. https://www.ruralhealth.org.au/buildemup
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The Mail Run

The Weekly Times

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The Mail Run delivers you Australia's most important rural stories in a way that's easy to understand. The compelling podcast is produced by The Weekly Times, Australia’s best-selling rural newspaper and most-read rural news website.
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Welcome to our audio version of OAK Magazine. Since launching our print publication in 2017, we’ve been sharing real, authentic, powerful stories that centre around regional and rural women who run a business. We are bringing each print issue of OAK to life through this exclusive audio podcast.. Get ready to delve into the real and inspiring stories of women living, working and driving change in regional and rural Australia. Connect with OAK Magazine on Facebook [https://www.facebook.com/oak ...
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The Shamums

Danielle and Louise

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Two mum's conversing and bearing their Souls on how to thrive spiritually both as women and for their families. As they explore spirituality and its modern interpretation through Essene Shamanism, they discuss the myriad of concepts in our world and how to consciously relate. Danielle Delaney is a practicing Naturopath, lifetime spiritual seeer and mother to 3 young children. Living a rural life at her farm in mid coast NSW Australia, she brings her rounded lifestyle and experience to each t ...
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A short and sharp pocket podcast series where our property valuers answer a monthly topical question in the Australian property market. Our specialist valuers from around the country share their views, and valuable insights on the dynamics between investors and owner occupiers in the apartment market.
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The Thoughtful Travel Podcast with Amanda Kendle is a show for travel lovers. Each episode is packed with travel stories from fellow travel addicts on topics like using foreign languages, meeting the locals, getting lost and what we learn from our travels.
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Bodgy Creek Football Club Podcast

Bodgy Creek Football Club Podcast

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A weekly wrap that takes us into the temporary clubrooms of the Bodgy Creek Roosters, a [fictional] Australian Rules Football Club somewhere in rural Australia. Former Fringe AFL player Troy Carrington has come back to coach his old club and save them from having to fold or merge. His idea to get funding to employ refugees to rebuild their recently condemned rooms has turned the club around as he entices the new arrivals into pulling on the boots. Based on the characters from comedian Damian ...
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Founded in 1962, Silvan Australia is devoted to those connected to the land. The Silvan brand has always pioneered superior technology, durability and delivered dedicated support. Silvan and their “Big Red Tanks” have become a constant in the Australian agricultural landscape. On our Podcast we discuss the agricultural industry with a view to inform and advise our listener base different practises, news and industry trends across Australia.
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LifeSource Church

LifeSource Church Griffith

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Welcome Home! Thank you for choosing LifeSource Church and listening to our messages online. We are a Pentecostal Church in the rural city of Griffith, NSW, Australia. Everyone is most welcome here The vision of LifeSource Church is to be as one; inspiring faith, imparting hope, and expressing love.
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Fair Food Futures

Dr Kiah Smith, Dr Daniel Cruz, and Joanna Horton, in collaboration with civic food networks in Australia

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The Fair Food Futures podcast explores the stories and visions for change put forth by community food networks in Australia as they seek to progress transformations towards sustainable food futures, and identifies the strategies, challenges and opportunities for making civil society’s visions for fair food futures come to life. Our main questions were: what does it mean to do ‘food justice’ in Australia? What does your fair food future look like, and how do we get there? With these questions ...
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Talking Australia

Australian Geographic

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Talking Australia, from award-winning Australian Geographic, shares the stories of Australia’s most inspiring explorers, conservationists and adventurers. Listen as they take you on a journey around this magnificent country and beyond, whether battling the elements to achieve their lifelong dreams or working hard to preserve our unique and fragile natural world. Each week the podcast features intimate conversations with extraordinary Australians.
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Real Nurse Stories emerged as a tribute to nurses during the 2020 International Year of the Nurse and Midwife, honouring Florence Nightingale's 200th anniversary. Our mission was to empower nurses by providing a platform for them to share their journeys and find solidarity in their challenges. Going beyond recognition, we aimed to modernize the image of nursing careers, highlighting the diverse opportunities available today. This served two crucial goals: educating the public about the deman ...
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Meet people with disability from across Queensland, and discover their stories, achievements and contributions to their communities. We’re talking to people with disability doing innovative things and reaching for the stars in sport, business, the arts, and every aspect of life. You’ll hear from the inner city, our major regional centres, and our state’s rural areas. Join us as we celebrate Queenslanders with disability and work towards improving access and inclusion for everyone, of all abi ...
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Welcome to Shoosh, the ironically titled podcast about all things health libraries. This is a conversation-style podcast where the host, Daniel McDonald, tries to stay out of the way as much as possible and talk to people much smarter than him about all things related to health science information and research and publishing and the like. Daniel is a librarian for Darling Downs Health, located in Toowoomba but covering a large part of rural and regional southern Queensland in Australia. He i ...
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Farmer Wants a Healthy Life

West Wimmera Health Service

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Jam packed with stories from people that understand the farming life with a story to tell. From new farmers and the old hands, rural community locals, doctors and more. People that understand the farming life with a story to tell. Hosted by Brigitte Muir. The Farmer Wants a Healthy Life podcast series are stories of looking after you, whilst on the farm. The choices you make can change your life; hear it from those that have done it. West Wimmera Health Service created this series with the s ...
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Paintbrush & Ivories

Michelle Walker & Jennifer Ruth Russell

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Paintbrush & Ivories is the podcast for artists, curious creatives and art lovers that connects creativity with heart and soul. Twice a month, your hosts, Michelle Walker and Jennifer Ruth Russell share generous, soulful conversations about what it takes to have a joyful, fulfilling life while balancing and nurturing your creativity. If you are someone who feels ’called’ to your creative pursuits, then this is the podcast for you. Michelle and Jennifer wish to inspire you to be every bit the ...
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Take a peek behind the staffroom door at what Australian teachers are talking about, and what they ought to know. Come for the advice (and sometimes controversy), stay for the lightbulb moments we all treasure in our students but tend to forget about in ourselves. Aussie teacher Emily picks a topic each episode that has come up in her own staffroom, or in our Facebook communities, and brings experts to the staffroom table to have a chat. Together they shed a light on the things that worry us ...
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The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency hosts conversations and interviews with people in our community. We discuss current issues, address myths and common questions, and think about what we can do to best protect the public and support the safe delivery of healthcare in Australia.
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Welcome to Episode 33 of A Place To Call Home Podcast. G'day and welcome to another episode of A Place to Call Home podcast, on today's episode we chat to Callan Solari from Tropical Vets. We cover a range of topics in this conversation. Throughout this Episode we chat about. - His connection to Brahmans - Continuing a family legacy - The losing hi…
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South Australia raises urgent concerns with the Victorian Government over changes to wild dog management, researchers who've spent decades coming up with a better bioharvesting method for wool say they're almost to the point of commercial viability, and Australia's octopus fisheries are being trained in how to age an octopus to help the resource re…
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Welcome to your weekly news wrap up for regional women in Australia. It's Friday 19 April 2024. Making news this week: Ceramic artist and TikToker Shelby Sherritt opens new 'paint your own pottery' studio in Ballarat, VIC New research article investigates the rise of rural women podcasters Plus more news snippets brought to you by award winning app…
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She Makes News is a podcast produced by OAK Magazine. Welcome to your weekly news wrap up for regional women in Australia. It's Friday 19 April 2024. Making news this week: Ceramic artist and TikToker Shelby Sherritt opens new 'paint your own pottery' studio in Ballarat, VIC New research article investigates the rise of rural women podcasters Plus …
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EXPRESS EDITION. Archie Moore’s kith and kin has opened at the Venice Biennale. Curated by Ellie Buttrose, the work reflects on the nature and strength of First Nations Australian kinship that spans more than 65,000 years, and incorporates the land, water and all living things. Drawing on Archie's Kamilaroi, Bigambul, British and Scottish heritage,…
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The story of Gayle and Mac Shann has been featured twice on ABC's Australian Story and it has even been voted as Australia's favourite story. After Gayle's life-changing accident on a remote cattle station in Queensland, they have had to adapt to a new life, despite one arm being amputated and the other being paralysed. ****************************…
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Beston Global Food Company splits its payments to its milk suppliers amid challenging conditions facing the dairy industry, the Federal Government decides that the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority will stay in Armidale, and Australian wool producers get a revamped scheme to set certified sustainable wool standards.…
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The state government has bought the outback station nestled between Longreach and the Diamantina Lakes, planning to create a corridor of national parks in some of the most unique country in Queensland. It's the next chapter for a landscape known for its opal bearing-ranges, indigenous watering holes and as a cattle and sheep grazing operation. It c…
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The agricultural industry is crying out for more skilled workers. And for those who live in regional Australia, a career in agriculture takes little convincing. But for our urban cousins, what can we be doing at a school level to attract more students to consider an agricultural career? To visit the new suite of agricultural career educational reso…
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This episode is Part 2 of a two-part conversation with Associate Professor Dr Chris Hogan, addressing how to stay safe in our practices when dealing with agitated, distressed or potentially dangerous patients. Listen to tips, tricks and wisdom from Chris, gleaned from forty years of rural, general and hospital practice. This is an important topic t…
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In this episode, we sit down for Part One of a two-part conversation with Associate Professor Dr Chris Hogan, addressing how to stay safe in our practices when dealing with agitated, distressed or potentially dangerous patients. Listen to tips, tricks and wisdom from Chris, gleaned from forty years of rural, general and hospital practice. This is a…
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You don't have to live in the bush to benefit from a little less screen time, and a little more green time. Farmers have long benefited from keeping pastures green and landscapes vibrant, but being a custodian of nature has its challenges, especially when it comes to the devastation caused by floods, fires and droughts. As they work to improve the …
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The Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games presents an opportunity for the South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) to conduct expanded testing sessions to discover potential world class athletes who could compete at these Games. Typically, an athlete who represents Australia at an Olympic/Paralympic level will have spent between 7-10 years in …
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They've survived since the Jurassic period, at least 145 million years, but now Bunya Pines are under attack, and national park lovers could be contributing to their demise. Bushwalking, mountain biking, four-wheel-driving, timber harvesting and feral pig incursions can all spread the problem, but there's a simple way to prevent it if you read the …
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Welcome to Episode 32 of A Place To Call Home Podcast. G'day and welcome to another episode of A Place to Call Home podcast, on today's episode we chat to Hamish Brett from Brett Cattle Company. This was a great conversation, and we covered a wide range of topics. Throughout this Episode we chat about. - Working in a family business - Going away to…
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