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Best Macquarie Media Limited podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Macquarie Media Limited podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Each weekend join Kevin as he delves into the South East Queensland Property market. It's an hour full of up to date facts and figures which reveal the truth of what is happening in the local market. Kevin uses his extensive contacts to evaluate currents trends, hot spots and areas to look out for. Whether you are building, renovating, looking to buy or sell or just like knowing what is happening in your city, Kevin Turner's Real Estate show will provide you with all the information you need ...
 
Every Wednesday from 5pm, catch up on all the latest news, interviews and behind the scenes insight with NRL Today. With a focus on grassroots and what makes the NRL tick, Luke Bona will be joined by a round table of who's, who from the NRL community, to bring a different perspective on Rugby League every week.
 
Breakfast with John Stanley and Garry Linnell is the perfect way to start the day – a fun, fresh look at the things that matter to your lifestyle. John and Garry cover a little bit of everything, from food, finance and technology to relationships, cars and travel, bringing you heaps of information with their trademark sense of humour and plenty of prizes. They love to hear from you and have some fun as they go in search of answers to all kinds of questions!
 
Missed John Stanley and Garry Linnell this morning? - Catch up with the right mix of the day’s news and a lighthearted look at the things that matter to you. With their regular segments including The Whisper and The Know-It-Alls, John and Garry love to hear from you and have some fun while also dealing with the stories making news around Australia. The John and Garry Full Show Podcast
 
Ed Phillips and ‘The Duck,’ have all the information you need to get outdoors and explore Australia. Covering everything from the gear you need for camping in the bush, to the best spots to park your caravan for a week by the beach, Ed and the Duck talk to the experts and love hearing from you on the open line. Thanks to BIG4, Australia's Favourite Holiday Parks.
 
Welcome to Work Life Money with Ross Greenwood a new weekly one hour show. Ross Greenwood has covered finance and business matters in Australia and around the world for almost 30 years. He is the Nine Network's business and finance editor and was co-host of its former flagship current affairs program Sunday. His reporting assignments for Nine have taken him to Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Following the success of Ross' Money News program, we have a weekend Show that focuses on work, lif ...
 
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The on-going impact of drought will see this year's macadamia crop reach 36,000 tonnes about 4,000 down on last year. Substantial rainfall in some major growing areas has been welcomed by growers, but has come too late to impact this year's crop. Rural reporter Eddie Summerfield spoke with Australian Macadamia Society Chief Executive Jolyon Burnett…
 
Bushfire devastated potato growers on South Australia's Kangaroo Island are receiving a gift of new bins so they can complete this year's harvest. Rural editor Eddie Summerfield caught up with Potatoes SA Chief Executive Robbie Davis. Listen to the full interview above or Subscribe to the National Rural News podcast: http://bit.ly/RuralNewsPodcast…
 
Livestock producers are being reminded of the importance of reviewing the vaccination standards of animals following recent rain. Lush pasture popping in parts of New South Wales spawns the risk of a range of diseases including pulpy kidney with sheep grazing lush pastures. To find out a little bit more, rural editor Eddie Summerfield caught up wit…
 
Frustrations have reached boiling point about water pumping embargoes being in place, then being lifted, in the Northern Murray Darling Basin. Recent rain in catchments in Queensland and Northern New South Wales has seen the biggest inflows to the river system in a number of years. It's expected up to 70,000 Giga Litres will flow into the Menindee …
 
After a 221% increase in median house prices across the decade ending 2009, Brisbane’s median house produced an underwhelming 21% increase in the last decade ending 2019. While Brisbane’s median only increased by 1 per cent over last 12-months, it did end the year with momentum. The last quarter (ending January 2020) saw growth of 2 per cent, which…
 
Victoria's peak irrigation lobby group is questioning the logic behind New South Wales temporarily lifting an flood plain harvesting embargo. Following this month's downpour, some irrigators were permitted to pump in parts of the Northern Basin for three days. Rural editor Eddie Summerfield caught up with VFF Water Council Chairman Richard Anderson…
 
Victoria's Rail Freight Alliance is calling on the state government to to urgently fund the rest of the Murray Basin Rail Project. An Auditor General's report is due next month, more than six months since the state acknowledged the 440 million dollar project had run out of money. Rural reporter Eddie Summerfield caught up with Rail Freight Alliance…
 
A report into the impact coronavirus is having on agricultural exports is warning if it's not contained soon, it'll have a more serious and longer-lasting impact. To find out more rural editor Eddie Summerfield caught up with Rabobank Head of Agribusiness Research Tim Hunt Listen to the full interview above or Subscribe to the National Rural News p…
 
Rain throughout Northern New South Wales and Queensland, is slowly starting to make its way into the Murray Darling River System. The Condamine River catchment has recorded around 200 millimetres in Queensland. While water is passing through the Gwydir, Namoi, Castlereagh and Macquarie catchments in New South Wales. Rural editor Eddie Summerfield s…
 
Flower growers are pleading with those looking to express their love with a rose or bouquet this Valentine's Day to make sure it's Australian. The industry is excluded from country of origin labelling, muddying the waters for local growers with up to 30 percent of flowers sold now imported. Rural editor Eddie Summerfield spoke with New South Wales …
 
Shoots of green are beginning to break through parched land in Singleton, in the New South Wales Hunter. The first 7 weeks of 2020 has seen just over 140 millimetres of rain recorded. That's more than the total for the final 9 months of 2019. Greg Bull runs a cattle beef farm, with no irrigation north of Singleton. In a "normal" year he'd run about…
 
Leasing land could become more common in the agriculture sector as farmers look to expand in an environment of limited purchasing opportunities. A recent report from Rabobank shows 28-percent of farmers nationwide are leasing some part of their operating areas... Of those, 11-percent increased the area of land they lease in 2019. Rural editor Eddie…
 
A Northern New South Wales farmer says patchy rain in the drought hit region is changing the outlook for the year ahead. Ben Swan runs his family farm near Inverell and has been handing feeding livestock to keep them alive and choose not to plant a summer crop, because of how dry it had been. Rural reporter Eddie Summerfield caught up with the farm…
 
Flash flooding on Queensland's Darling Downs, across parts of Northern New South Wales and along the coast has farmers optimistic there could be more rain on the way. There's further falls predicted this week west of the divide, in some of the most hardest hit drought regions in the country. Rural editor Eddie Summerfield spoke with Chris Groves, w…
 
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