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Forgotten Australia

Forgotten Australia

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Created by Michael Adams, author of The Murder Squad and Hanging Ned Kelly, Forgotten Australia delves deep into bloody crimes, dark histories, unsolved mysteries, eccentric personalities and bizarre happenings that are almost always stranger than fiction. Each episode brings to life people and events that were once known to everyone but are now barely remembered by anyone. Based on intensive original research, Forgotten Australia is crafted with a novelist’s eye for character and detail to ...
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Australia On This Day

Australia On This Day

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What happened on this day back in the day? From the creator of Forgotten Australia, this is your daily dose of the stories that made headlines and sometimes made history. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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TRIBES is a collection of people who are threaded together in the colourful tapestry of God. We are a diverse party of people that are focused on Christ, community and conversations. TRIBES is based out of Perth, Australia.
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Quick Smart is the show that feeds you big ideas in bite-sized pieces. Get up to speed on some of the biggest issues from psychology, money, health, history, pop culture, in just 10 minutes. Tegan Taylor guides you through!
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The Adventuring Portal

Rising Arts Productions

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A D&D actual-play podcast featuring comedians and actors from Sydney, Australia. The Adventuring Portal will take them to new and exciting worlds filled with monsters to fight, treasure to find and laughs to be had.
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Apocryphal Australia Podcast

Michael Pryor and Stephen Higgins

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Apocryphal Australia brings you eye-opening stories from Australia’s past, tales that have been overlooked, forgotten and neglected. We feature fiascos and deal with debacles as well as extol triumphs and acclaim achievements. No deed is too small, no ignominy is too embarrassing. Your hosts are Michael Pryor and Stephen Higgins.
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Our panel of Paris-based journalists review the week's international news: the stories that made the headlines and also those you may have missed! Join us every Friday at 7:10pm Paris time.
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Bring Back V10s celebrates a classic era when Formula 1 was loud on the track and off it. Join host Glenn Freeman and a range of guests as they take a deep-dive into a golden age of F1 from 1989 to 2005, when superstars like Schumacher, Senna, Mansell and Prost were thrilling fans and rising talents like Alonso, Button and Raikkonen were establishing themselves as modern greats. Go back in time as we recall information you might have forgotten and unearth previously unknown details about som ...
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The Two Towers Podcast

the two towers podcast

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A podcast all about the Middle Earth Strategy Battle Game. Join Albert and Jordy on their tournament adventures and narrative gaming side quests. This podcast focuses on hobby, theme and most importantly having fun when attending tournaments and events. We have taken inspiration from the great Harry Parkhill of Entmoot Podcast fame and whilst we lack the BBC training, we make up for it with numbers! Join us as we explore middle earth on the tabletop.
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Spear Creek

The Courier-Mail

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It was a real-life Wolf Creek. In 1978, three friends left Alice Springs on an adventure exploring the Australian outback. Weeks later, a man walking his dog stumbled across their bodies in a remote area of bushland in North Queensland. They’d been hunted down and shot, one of the victims dying as he clutched hold of a tree. Police brought in to investigate were badly injured in a helicopter crash and soon after, the investigation stalled. The Courier-Mail explores one of Australia’s most fo ...
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RN Breakfast daily stories separated out for easy listening. RN Breakfast is the program informed Australians wake up to. Start each day with comprehensive coverage and analysis of national and international events, and hear interviews with the people who matter today—along with those who'll be making news tomorrow.
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Hello there brave adventurers and welcome to the Lost Archives - a podcast channel which will be hosting some classic and home-brew Dungeons and Dragons sessions as well as the newly released Avatar Legends RPG. We are group of friends who have all found a passion for D&D and other Role Playing Games; a passion we wanted to share with other people who are thinking of getting into this fantastic role-playing game. Just as we have loved and been inspired by other YouTubers and Podcasters we ho ...
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Broadcasting since 1980, BACK TO FUNK is Australias longest running funk music radio show. Not only has the show been a long-time fixture on Sydneys airwaves, but over the years fans have also been treated to rare interviews with funk heavyweights such as George Clinton, Kool Bell (Kool & the Gang), Charlie Wilson (Gap Band), Fred Wesley and members of James Brown's Band, Todd Terje, Mr Scruff, Jamie Liddell, and Lance Ferguson from The Bamboos. The show is currently hosted by DJ MEEM, a cel ...
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Haptic & Hue's Tales of Textiles explores the way in which cloth speaks to us and the impact it has on our lives. It looks at how fabric traditions have grown up and the innovations that underpin its creation. It thinks about the skills that go into constructing it and what it means to the people who use it. It looks at the different light textiles cast on the story of humanity.
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From Then To Now

Sporting News Australia

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In this series, we are going to be chatting with some of the forgotten names in Australian sport. They’re names Aussies might remember but aren’t sure why. Whether it’s for an incredible moment on the field or their fall from grace off it, this is where you’ll hear their stories
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A podcast that looks back on the iconic 100% Hits compilation series released in Australia from 1991 - 2007. Each week Josh Earl (Don't You Know Who I Am? podcast and Spicks and Specks on ABCTV) hosts a guest as they discuss chronologically some the greatest forgotten pop hits of the time. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Where are Australia's missing transgender dead? There's a mystery at the heart of missing transgender and gender diverse people in in Australia. Three homicides in the last twenty years, means our dead have slipped between the cracks and gone missing. Join Eloise Brook from the NSW Gender Centre as she pieces together story, memory and rumour to bring our lost and forgotten dead to Sydney's 20th anniversary of the trans day of remembrance.
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Carr Crash

Good Chat Comedy

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Nick Carr has toured all over Australia performing stand-up comedy. He’s been a regular guest on popular comedy podcasts, and has been a crowd favourite to audiences in his stomping ground of Brisbane, Queensland. In 2019, Nick lost his way, and has forgotten how to do comedy. He’s resorted to taking his clothes off on stage, sculling beers out of every type of footwear imaginable, and threatening to bash audience members. Now, comics around Australia are on a mission to get him back on trac ...
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Mortally Wounded Podcast

Mortally Wounded Podcast

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An Age of Sigmar podcast coming out of Sydney Australia. Mortally Wounded has a heavy focus on competitive play doing a detailed 'So you want to play...' section regularly on episodes which runs through an army list and rates its effectiveness in each of the main phases of the game. It does also include hobby elements with occasional painting and modelling sections.
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Hosted by Kevin Conway and created during the pandemic this podcast is a continuation of the radio show broadcast of 25 years on 3 public radio stations. A mixture of new and old jazz players and vocalists.You will also hear broadway, blues, special shows on Oscar nominated songs, songwriters and arrangers. Everything from Earth Wind and Fire to Joanie Sommers, Billy Joel to Buble' or Dr. John.This podcast put together in tribute to my unwitting radio mentors William B. Williams, Billy Taylo ...
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Finding Drago and Finding Desperado is an investigative mystery podcast, hosted by comedians and Australia’s premier (and only) pop culture detectives — Alexei Toliopoulos and Cameron James. Series 1, Finding Drago. A cryptic line on Rocky IV’s Wikipedia page mentions a “final masterpiece” from Todd Noy about Ivan Drago, the movie’s bad guy. Alexei Toliopoulos asks why the hell would anyone write an entire novel about the bad guy from Rocky IV? Series 2, Finding Desperado. Alexei and Cameron ...
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For over 40 years now 60 Minutes has been Australia’s leading current affairs television program. In that time, we’ve witnessed and reported on the very best of this world, and also, the very worst. In this true crime podcast series, we’ll be looking back at some of our most significant investigations – the criminal cases that still stand out for us today. Join us as we feature the following five groundbreaking episodes: 1. Catching A Monster (Peter Scully) 2. Where Is Baby Tegan? (Keli Lane ...
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The 1980's were a time before mass access to the internet and the time when HIV and AIDS first came to Australia. The Australian community responded to this new modern-day leprosy with crippling fear, terror, appalling discrimination and loathing – of people – young Australian people. It was surely, the darkest of times. 'It was the time we collectively stained our Australian soul' – Drew Browne, founder of Unusual Risks Insured. What happened to our young people in the late 1980’s must neve ...
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The Museum of Freedom and Tolerance is a special place of significance here in Western Australia, a virtual and physical place of truth and compassion, a hub of energy and excellence for exhibits, artistic expression, outreach activities, meeting place for diverse communities and a global think tank.
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OzCast

OzFish Unlimited

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OzCast is the official podcast platform of conservation charity, OzFish Unlimited. OzCast features leading scientists, fish ecologists, and industry experts revealing findings, explaining research, and communicating important issues affecting the health of Australian waterways and their surrounding environments. By drawing on their years of experience both in the field and the lab, OzCast provides a look below the surface into the historical, cultural and scientific world that surrounds our ...
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Fossil Bonanza focuses on amazing fossil sites from around the world called Fossil-Lagerstätten. Each episode will focus on a fantastic fossil site like La Brea Tar Pits or Naracoorte Caves. We will discover amazing fossils, reconstruct ancient ecosystems, and learn the hidden truths about our ancient world.
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Off The Comms

Brewing Entertainment

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What do you get when you put 5 friends who have spent over 15 years in the media & entertainment industry in India together in 1 room? Nostalgia to the brim, anecdotes that you’re hearing for the millionth time and still laughing out loud about, forgotten memories that still make you burst into peals and/or snorts of laughter, success stories, scary stories, wtf stories … you get the drift!? Oh, and you usually get this with a drink in hand. Off The Comms, is a show that celebrates the camar ...
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Welcome to the 1 Day Business Breakthrough (1DayBB) Podcast! Each episode features the voice of one real-life business owner who shares their most painful struggle, followed by a 15-minute "hotseat" where entrepreneur hosts Pat Flynn and Chris Ducker go back-and-forth to brainstorm, share ideas and develop strategics, tactics and tips to help that person break through their struggle. Each episode ends with both Pat and Chris sharing what each of their next steps would be. 1DayBB started as a ...
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Hear more. Feel more. Be more! Come with me and dive into some great classical music. For over 1000 years great musicians have explored what it means to live, love, die and everything in between: asking all our deep and universal questions. Escape the cacophony - the noise of your brain and daily life; tune into the music, your feelings and emotions ‘good’ and ‘bad’ …and find the space, stillness and love that underpins everything. NB: May include loud noise, surprises, challenges, cacophono ...
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Having escaped prison, fled interstate and joined the army under yet another new name, George Blunderfield seeks reinvention and redemption on the Western Front — but his true nature compels him to commit his most atrocious crimes yet. First released in 2021, this episode is re-released as part of Season 8’s ‘Crimes That Shocked Australia’ Brand-ne…
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Scientists have discovered that the landscape around the Pyramids of Giza may have been substantially different when they were built.. And in other news, scientists have discovered what might have turned dinosaurs into warm-blooded creatures. Brainteaser (answer in the audio): Which is the odd word out?LOLLIPOP, MILK, OIL, ONION, PLUM, WATERCRESS…
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Truck fatalities are increasing in Australia. Just last month, three men died in a two-truck crash in South Australia on the Eyre Highway in South Australia. The recent WA budget includes new training for truck drivers, and $13 million to extend the Heavy Vehicle Driver Training Program. Guest: Cam Dumesny, WA Western Roads Federation CEO…
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Coalition and independent MPs have sent a letter to the Prime Minister, demanding an urgent judicial inquiry into anti-Semitism at Australian universities. The independent MP for Warringah in Sydney, Zali Steggall is one of the letter's signatories. Guest: Zali Steggall. independent MP for WarringahBy Australian Broadcasting Corporation
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Peter Dutton gave his budget reply speech last night revealing Coalition policies on curbing migration, housing and cost-of-living. So, how did it stack up against the Albanese Government's budget? Political Editor for news.com.au Samantha Maiden and ABC Political lead and host of Insiders on ABC TV David Speers join RN Breakfast to discuss the lat…
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The budget vowed to save more than $14 billion by making the National Disability Insurance Scheme more accountable. NDIS Minister Bill Shorten told RN Breakfast "this is not a cut" and the Albanese government still wants the scheme to grow. He says the measures they are implementing will stop rorts and waste. Guest: Bill Shorten, Minister for the N…
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At the core of the 'Future Made In Australia Plan' is the vision of our nation as a future global renewable energy superpower. Net zero emissions are slated to be achieved through strategic investments and by creating new industries playing to our strengths in solar and wind resources and critical minerals. But can we actually deliver on the plan? …
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The cost of olive oil has risen about 40% in the past 12-months, driven mainly by supply issues in Europe. Australia produces much of its own olive oil, but still relies on imports for about half of what it consumes each year. Guest: Michael Southan, CEO Australian Olive Association AustraliaBy Australian Broadcasting Corporation
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Since April last year, a brutal civil war has raged in Sudan. Millions of people have fled their homes to escape the fighting, countless civilians are dead. Medical Team Leader with MSF, Kate Charlton told RN Breakfast the healthcare system has collapsed and there's a "humanitarian void" across the country. Guest: Kate Charlton, Medical Team Leader…
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In New Caledonia, violence has raged for a third day, as France sends up to a thousand more police to quell riots which have left five people dead. Two police are among the dead, and scores more wounded, as they try to stop arson and looting across the capital Noumea. Guest: Nic Maclellan, Islands Business correspondent…
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South Africa is asking the UN's top court - the International Court of Justice - to order Israel to immediately halt its incursion into Rafah. The hearing is part of the South African government's legal case accusing Israel of genocide — an accusation Israel denies. Guest:Michael Becker, Assistant Professor of International Human Rights Law at Trin…
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🎲 Forgotten Past (e47) | Return of the Giants | D&D 5e Campaign 🎲 The team spend some time at the Brilliant Tower while Harry is healed, learning some interesting and disturbing historical information.... 🌟 Cast and Guests: Owen: Dungeon Master Jared: Threign (Frost Goliath Barbarian) Ally: Lyra (Eladrin Druid) Matt: Niles (Owlin Monk) Dave: Harry …
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How far would you go to save your family? That's the central provocation of the internationally-acclaimed 2023 Booker Prize-winning novel 'Prophet Song', an exhilarating, devastating and brutal portrait of a country - and ordinary family - on the brink of catastrophe. Guest: Paul Lynch, Irish novelist and 2023 Booker Prize Winner for 'Prophet Song'…
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For years, sports stars and artists performing in the spotlight have been subject to scrutiny, from the audience, critics and their own industry. The Australian Ballet is responding to a review from the Sydney Morning Herald that characterised its dancers as "unusually thin". Guest:David Hallberg, Australian Ballet Artistic Director…
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Breathing new life into some of literature's most famous stories seems to be a growing trend. And Claire Nichols, host of The Book Show told RN Breakfast about two new novels that do just that. American writer Percival Everett has taken on a classic - Adventures of Huckleberry Finn in his novel James, and Scottish crime writer Val McDermid has a bo…
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The federal government's cost-of-living budget has largely ignored new spending on Indigenous programs as the government seeks to reset its agenda in the wake of the failed Voice to Parliament referendum. While previously announced injections into Indigenous housing and remote jobs have been welcomed the scale of the task remains large and just fiv…
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Independent Senators Jacqui Lambie and David Pocock have criticised the government for not doing more to increase jobseeker and provide more funding to combat domestic violence. Jacqui Lambie says "money is going nowhere" in this budget. Guests: Jacqui Lambie, Independent Senator David Pocock, Independent Senator…
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There's a question mark over whether the government will get the support it needs for its Future Made in Australia Act, with the Coalition heavily criticising the announcement. The Greens have said they want to see an expansion of critical minerals and green hydrogen, but leader Adam Bandt is concerned the government is still focusing on subsidisin…
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Labor Senator Fatima Payman has spoken out, accusing Israel of genocide, and saying "from the river to the sea, Palestine will be free". The Prime Minister, when asked if that was appropriate, told RN Breakfast "no, it's not", and reiterated the government's policy for a two state solution. Guest: Anthony Albanese, Prime Minister…
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Women's safety advocates have expressed disappointment and even despair at the lack of budget funding for frontline domestic, family and sexual violence services. They say specialist services are all at breaking point, and that funding for a national coordinated approach is urgently needed to prevent compounding cycles of men's violence. Guest: Phi…
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Keith Gill, known by his online alias as 'Roaring Kitty' shocked wall street and America's financial watchdogs. But then in April 2021, he went completely quiet online -- that is until now. So, could the rapid rise of meme stocks on Wall Street be happening again with the apparent return of the so called 'Roaring Kitty'? Reporter: Joe Sullivan…
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Before Tuesday's federal budget, the big four banks were predicting interest rates to start falling before the end of the year. But in response to what they say is "expansionary" spending, including tax cuts and billions for renewable energy infrastructure, some economists are changing their tune. Guest: Anna Bligh, CEO of the Australian Banking As…
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In New Caledonia, at least four people are dead, and more than 130 people have been arrested as violent protests continue. The protests flared after France adopted new laws to expand the voting pool in the tiny territory - making independence for the indigenous Kanaks less likely. A state of emergency has been declared. Guest:Denise Fisher, ANU Vis…
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Slovakia's Prime Minister has been shot multiple times in what party officials are calling an attempted assassination. Officials say he's in an extraordinarily serious condition, local media say police have detained a 71-year-old male suspect. Guest: Dominika Hijdu, CEO for the Bratislava based Globsec Centre for Democracy and Resilience…
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Australians have been in the midst of a cost of living crisis for a while now. Groceries are more expensive. Petrol is more expensive. Rent is more expensive. We're all in the same boat, so why is talking about money still so taboo? And what can we do to feel more in control of our finances? Guest: Maani Truu from ABC Online…
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Among the big winners from last night's budget are Australia's renewable energy industries. The Government wants the country to be a global hydrogen leader by the end of the decade - and it will pour almost $7-billion into incentives for the development of green hydrogen. Guest: Dr Fiona Simon, CEO of Australia's Hydrogen Council…
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Going to the cinema is an outing many people don't think twice about. But for the Deaf and hard-of-hearing, there are barriers preventing that enjoyment. A group is taking Hoyts Cinemas to the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal for 100 per cent open captions throughout their showings in the state. Guests: Philip Waters, Deaf Victoria gener…
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The AFL Players' Association has released its third edition of its Insights and Impact report - highlighting the key issues affecting AFL and AFLW players. For the women, Gender Equality is the top issue, but not so the men, with only 4% of AFL footballers seeing it as a top priority. Guest: Paul Marsh, AFLPA CEO…
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All households will see an energy bill relief after Tuesday's federal Budget was handed down, but those on welfare support like JobSeeker won't see a boost in their fortnightly payments. The Australian Council of Social Service has called not providing an income support boost "a gaping hole at the heart of budget". Guest: Dr Cassandra Goldie, Austr…
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Ange Postecoglus first year as manager of Tottenham in the English Premier League will see them finish 5TH on the ladder after they lost this morning to Manchester City Another concussion related retirement in the AFL - and in Italian open tennis, a disappointing end to Alex De Minaurs campaign. Sports commentator and RN Breakfast reporter, Scott W…
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The Coalition has cast doubt on whether the government's budget will truly reduce inflation in the economy. Angus Taylor says the Reserve Bank will "look straight through" the inflation forecasts in the budget. He says that the cost-of-living relief outlined by the Treasurer is "putting a band-aid on a bullet wound." Guest: Angus Taylor, Shadow Tre…
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Treasurer Jim Chalmers handed down his third budget on Tuesday night, but there's debate over whether the government has gone on a spending spree at a time when combatting inflation is still the most important job. The Treasurer told RN Breakfast that the cost-of-living package in the budget will "take some of the edge of inflation" and won't add t…
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Treasurer Jim Chalmers announced tax cuts for all Australians in the budget - at least $300 dollars in relief for power bills, more jobs, higher wages and more housing - among other measures. He says he's confident the extra money for taxpayers and households won't send prices up - but rather, put downward pressure on inflation. But what do the eco…
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As Donald Trump's lawyer, fixer and self-described "thug," Cohen was paid to get rid of Trump's problems — now, he's one of them. He told Trump's criminal hush money trial that he paid Stormy Daniels to influence the 2016 election on behalf of Trump. Jim Trusty, former attorney for Donald Trump, former federal prosecutor says Michael Cohen is "what…
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Federal Treasurer Jim Chalmers has handed down his third budget, which may well be his last before the next federal election. With a cost of living crunch, and inflationary pressure, the government's hoping to deliver relief to households, while keeping interest rates at bay. So, does it deliver? Guest: Shane Wright, national economics corresponden…
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