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Welcome to the Startup West podcast. We talk with West Australian startups who have been there and done it, or are right here and doing it! Recorded in beautiful Perth, WA; produced by Startup News, and brought to you thanks to support from the New Industries Fund, Spacecubed, Curtin University, RSM, the City of Perth and Dinner Twist. Co-hosts: Charlie Gunningham and Danelle Cross. Editor: Carmen Yee. Startup West acknowledges the Whadjuk Nyoongar people, traditional owners of the lands and ...
 
BirdCast is a podcast recorded entirely in a live bird aviary or bird environment. The Birdman Dad team strive to bring you new and interesting bird-related content regularly to improve your own aviaries and bird keeping skills set. Birdman Dad has a small YouTube following if you like videos. Co-host Kiah is keen to hear from any interested listeners to join BirdCast -email goosemanki8@gmail.com.
 
NEW EPISODE EVERY MONDAY! If you love footy, this podcast is for you. Tune in for EXCLUSIVE CONTENT on the West Australian Football League. - Game Highlights - Important News - Player/Coach/Expert Interviews AND MORE! Brought to you by the Postgraduate Broadcasting team at Edith Cowan University, Mount Lawley.
 
Gerard Whateley, along with his long list of media and industry accolades, joins the station and Crocmedia as Chief Sports Caller, spearheading football, and racing coverages - as well as hosting the ultimate morning radio show, "Whateley". Combining authoritative journalism and sharp-eyed analysis with emotive broadcasting, Gerard Whateley is a unique voice in the coverage of sport in Australia. He'll bring all that and more to SEN mornings in 2018.
 
The Familiar Strange is a podcast about doing anthropology: that is, about listening, looking, trying out, and being with, in pursuit of uncommon knowledge about humans and culture. Find show notes, plus our blog about anthropology's role in the world, at https://www.thefamiliarstrange.com. Twitter: @tfsTweets. FB: facebook.com/thefamiliarstrange. Instagram: @thefamiliarstrange. Brought to you by your familiar strangers: Ian Pollock, Jodie-Lee Trembath, Julia Brown, Simon Theobald, Kylie Won ...
 
Ever since the shocking deaths of three young women in 1996 and 1997, the unanswered questions surrounding the Claremont serial killings have remained one of the biggest mysteries in WA history. Any hope of justice in the tragic deaths of Ciara Glennon, Sarah Spiers and Jane Rimmer seemed bleak for more than 20 years, with police coming unstuck and no sign of a breakthrough. That was until the arrest of Bradley Robert Edwards in 2016, who was subsequently charged with the trio's murders. For ...
 
Former acting Director of the CIA Michael Morell speaks with top leaders of the U.S. intelligence community as they reflect on their life, career and the critical roles they play in shaping national security policies. As a central figure in the most significant U.S. counter-terror efforts of the past two decades and a former CIA intelligence analyst, Morell is uniquely skilled at taking industry leading knowledge to make connections that provide deep insight into complex security events – he ...
 
This podcast is an access all areas pass to the entire entity that is Home and Away. It’s a place to discuss the current stories, characters and history of the series, plus it also offers an unparalleled opportunity for fans to get an insight into the making of this Iconic Australian show from the very special people who work behind the scenes. This is a forum where we pay homage to H&A’s past and present. Jason Smith was part of the Home and Away family for 4 years playing Robbie Hunter and ...
 
Two Australian friends share their letters to each other, revealing their love of books, gardening, travel and cooking, and the ordinary pleasures in life. Annabelle Hickson and Gillian Bell live in different states in Australia. Annabelle lives on a pecan farm in the north west of NSW. She is a writer, photographer and flower lover. Gillian lives in Brisbane, Queensland. She is a cake-maker and private cook who travels the world with her whisk to make wedding cakes.
 
A podcast about critically acclaimed Australian band Halfway. Hear about twenty years of writing, recording and touring in an indie rock band. Including interviews with Robert Forster (Go-Betweens), Rob Younger (Radio Birdman) Mark Nevers (Lambchop/George Jones), Nick Barker (The Wreckery/The Reptiles), J.C. (Powderfinger), Simon Homer (Plus One Records) and Peter Jesperson (Twin Tone/New West Records)
 
Conversations with trailblazers, rule breakers, those who pave their own lane and venture boldly into the unknown. By entering this unchartered arena they inevitably stumble, yet they all display an ability to innovate and contribute, even when the odds are not in their favour. We skip over the highlights reel and go into the guts of who they are & what they believe in. Hosted by endurance athlete and social impact entrepreneur, Samantha Gash. In 2016 she ran 3253kms from the West to East of ...
 
Who said nothing ever happens in Brisbane? Join hosts Jessica Kate and Ellen Rose as they dig up the skeletons buried in our own back yard and take you on a macabre tour around Australia’s third largest city - home to the Stefan Needle, the Brown Snake, the crushing feeling that you’re trapped in a dead-end town that you can never leave, and some of the most brutal murders in Australian history. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/murder-in-the-land-of-oz. See acast.com/privacy for ...
 
The Locked On AFL Podcast is your daily AFL podcast giving you all the news, updates and analysis on the Australian Football League in 30 minutes. If you’re tired of traditional AFL media, the Locked On AFL podcast brings a new approach to covering the AFL, every day, and is hosted by Josh Lloyd and Kane Pitman, who have years of experience in sports media, covering the NBA and AFL. Part of the Locked On Podcast Network.
 
The Cognitive Crucible explores all aspects of our generational challenge: Cognitive Security. It is the only podcast dedicated to increasing interdisciplinary collaboration between information operations practitioners, scholars, and policy makers. Join the discussion forum each week with the Cognitive Crucible host, John Bicknell. Have a question or would like to suggest a topic go to: https://information-professionals.org/podcasts/cognitive-crucible.
 
Peter Strachan is a capital markets veteran, resources analyst and lover of the oil, gas and energy game. Prior to moving into the finance sphere in 1983, Peter completed a Bachelor of Science in Metallurgy and Geology at University of Melbourne and after travelling the hippy trail, worked in Zambia and PNG as a metallurgist and as a business analyst in Melbourne with CRA, now Rio Tinto. Since 2003, Peter has been the brains behind the popular weekly “StockAnalysis” investment letter. Puttin ...
 
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It's looking more than likely the so-called 'Freedom Day' for New South Wales will land on Monday the 11th of October as the state races towards its vaccination target of 70% double dose; Prime Minister Scott Morrison is calling on all Premiers to unite and reopen borders once 80% of their population is fully vaccinated, saying there's no reason wh…
 
Journalists, political analysts, and press organizations expressed shock on Sunday over a report that claimed members of former president Donald Trump’s administration had plotted to assassinate WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. Yahoo News interviewed more than 30 former Trump administration officials for its article revealing that the US Central I…
 
Ross is a licensed private enquiry agent and investigations editor for Independent Australia. He's also putting together the Federal ICAC Now (FIN) Party to place senate candidates in the next federal election. With more and more questionable acts and policy coming out of Canberra, a Federal ICAC is needed more now than ever. https://www.federalica…
 
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has teased fellow Australians with a return to some normalcy by Christmas, provided they vaccinate in large enough numbers and pressure provincial governments to cooperate. The Australian leader hailed his government’s handling of the Covid-19 pandemic on the sidelines of a multilateral Pacific security summit in Washi…
 
Switzerland has voted to legalize same-sex marriage in a national referendum on Sunday. It gives extra rights to gay couples, who previously faced some legal restrictions. Final results published on Sunday said the initiative has been accepted by nearly two-thirds of voters, with 64.1% voting in favor. Opinion polls conducted prior to the referendu…
 
A total of 14 Mexican soldiers were briefly detained and deported home after they illegally crossed into US territory, the Border Patrol said. One of the intruders was caught with marijuana while being processed. The group of Mexican soldiers was spotted by US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) early on Saturday morning, the agency said in a state…
 
Since last week's NewsReal warning about the likelihood of economic 'collapse', government and media reports about such seem to have dramatically increased. Given low levels of trust in the media and government, this has in turn prompted a reaction of disbelief in the 'reality' of food and fuel shortages. This week, Joe and Niall return to the topi…
 
Mali was blindsided by France’s decision to withdraw its troops from the country and had to enlist help from others to “fill the gap,” PM Choguel Kokalla Maiga said amid criticism for inviting Russian contractors. “The new situation resulting from the end of Operation Barkhane puts Mali before a fait accompli – abandoning us, mid-flight to a certai…
 
Russia’s Foreign Minister has criticized the US' idea to convene a “Leader’s Summit for Democracy”, calling it another example of Cold War-style block mentality that would split the international community into “us and them.” Speaking during the fifth day of the 76th session of the UN General Assembly on Saturday, Lavrov ripped into the current US …
 
Iranian FM Hossein Amirabdollahian has again refrained from saying exactly when Tehran plans to return to talks aimed at reviving the nuclear deal, instead philosophizing about the meaning of the word “soon” in Iran and the West. On Friday, Amirabdollahian told reporters in New York that the stalled negotiations on bringing back the so-called Joint…
 
Two Canadian citizens, who were accused by China of going after its military secrets before being released in a prisoner swap, have been “welcomed home” by Canada’s top intelligence agency. “Welcome home, #Michaels. CSIS joins all Canadians in welcoming you back to Canada,” the country’s Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) tweeted on Friday in Eng…
 
As Germany’s elections inch closer, one TV channel has jumped the gun by displaying vote projections on a news ticker days before the poll. Drawing concern and mockery, the broadcaster apologized for the false start. German broadcaster ARD's Das Erste (‘The First’) television network gave its viewers an unlikely glimpse into the future on Friday, h…
 
Canadian PM Justin Trudeau has announced that Canadian citizens Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor, who had been in custody in China, were flying back home. Beijing alleged the men were spies hunting for China’s state secrets. “About 12 minutes ago, the aircraft carrying Michael Kovrig and Micheal Spavor left Chinese airspace and they are on the way…
 
Today on MindMatters we interview renowned American philosopher Nicholas Capaldi, author of numerous books, including The Art of Deception and the definitive biography of John Stuart Mill. Recently retired, Professor Capaldi reflects on his experiences teaching, the increasingly oppressive climate in American universities, the political philosophy …
 
Pegasus spyware has been found on the phones of at least five French ministers, multiple sources told news outlets. The company behind the tech, the Israel-based NSO Group, denies it was used to target French officials, however. The revelation was first made by French investigative website Mediapart, with the report further corroborated by the AFP …
 
One Palestinian has died and at least 12 have reportedly been injured as Israeli troops fired at a group protesting against the building of Jewish settlements in the towns of Beita and Beit Dajan near Nablus. On Friday, Palestinian media reported the locals had clashed with the Israeli Army in towns around Nablus in the occupied West Bank, citing s…
 
The AUKUS submarine deal that deprived France of a hefty contract with Canberra has led to a “big loss of confidence” in the Biden administration, a former foreign policy advisor to German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said. The agreement between Washington, London and Canberra to provide Australia with nuclear-powered, yet conventionally armed subm…
 
It’s not the right time to start talks on ending the 1950-53 Korean War as Washington must first give up on its hostile policy towards Pyongyang, Ri Thae Song, North Korea’s deputy foreign minister, has said. Seven decades after the conflict, the Korean Peninsula technically remains in a state of war as the truce achieved by the North and South bac…
 
The science briefHopes international investment law will help speed transition to clean energyScience and the public good - mathematicsCosmic Vertigo returnsMelting ice threatens polar ecosystemsCan computers reproduce human culture?
 
Chris Robinson hosts the The Hard Ball Gets - Good Chat, sitting down with a special guest every week as well as weighing up some over/unders and previewing the weekend. This week on the program West Coast legend Guy McKenna joins the show to talk through his AFL highs and lows plus his own predictions for Saturday's grand final. Any requests, info…
 
I this episode we chat with one of the greats! Russell Shakespeare. was kind enough to drop by the DDDB for a candid chat. Thoroughly enjoyed his company.By Light Minded
 
Featuring the latest in activist campaigns and struggles against oppression fighting for a better world with anti-capitalist analysis on current affairs and international politics. Presenters: Jacob Andrewartha & Felix DanceNewsreportsDiscussion on what's behind the far-right attack on the CFMEU office discussing the nature of the far-right protest…
 
Cockatoos are indelibly linked to the Australian outback, often through popular image culture, and this popular photography subject has indeed proven in recent times that cockatoos reside not only in the bush, but are also moving into many of Australia's bigger cities and towns (check out Cockatoo Wingtag - Big City Birds). As these big white cocka…
 
French shipbuilder Naval Group has said it will send a “detailed and calculated proposal” to Australia after Canberra canned a $40 billion submarine deal in favor of a new pact with the US and UK, much to France’s dismay. On Wednesday, Naval Group CEO Pierre Eric Pommellet told France’s Le Figaro newspaper that Australia would be receiving a bill f…
 
The Australian government has dismissed a French minister’s claims that Canberra had recommitted to the French submarine deal just hours before Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced a nuclear submarine pact with the UK and US. On Thursday, an Australian Department of Defence official hit back after France’s Armed Forces Ministry spokesman Hervé G…
 
Nick Ryan is now the Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) at Essendon Football Club, 18 months ago he was the CEO of Kelly Racing. Nick talks about the differences between the biggest sport in Australia and Supercars. The challenges of bringing Nissan into Supercars, and then taking Kelly Racing to Ford. How salary caps do and don't work.…
 
The CEO of US pharma giant Moderna, Stephane Bancel, has come up with a reassuring forecast, suggesting that increasing vaccine production could see the coronavirus pandemic finally coming to an end in mid-2022. “If you look at the industry-wide expansion of production capacities over the past six months, enough doses should be available by the mid…
 
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