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Think nothing ever happens in your town? Australia's suburbs are home to some of the most mysterious and disturbing true crime cases in the world. Meshel Laurie is a true crime obsessive. Emily Webb is a true crime author. And together with expert interviews with writers, victims, investigators and perpetrators, they probe the underbelly of our towns and suburbs, and uncover the darkness at the heart of Australian life. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/australiantruecrime.
 
Tech Intersect, hosted by renowned attorney, law professor, keynjote and entreprenuer Tonya M. Evans, is a engaging, informative and lively show that explores the intersections of technology, business and law. No law degree or tech background is required. Just an open mind and an eye focused on the future. Let's meet where law, business and tech intersect! #TechIntersect
 
What happens when you mix together a washed up musician, two ginger heartthrobs, an ethnically ambiguous business-type person, a greek fella and a golf course landscaper? You get a group of bros who will stop at literally nothing to get Internet famous. Now, we would like to tell you that we do it for “The Love of the Game” or because it’s been a “Life-Long Dream of Ours” but that would be a lie because YouTube isn’t that old and we are all subpar athletes. But, we are crazy passionate about ...
 
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CONTENT WARNING: this episode discusses suicide, sexual abuse and assault. Private investigator and entrepreneur Bill Edgar had a traumatic childhood. Childhood sexual assault, life on the streets and a stint in Brisbane’s notorious Boggo Road Jail with some of Australia’s worst criminals, Bill found many ways to survive. In adulthood, Bill has bui…
 
In this episode of Tech Intersect, I welcome Vince McPhillip, founder of Knomad and former co-founder and Head of Community at Pi Network. He founded Knomad in 2018 to help people find more flexible and meaningful work. He was inspired to launch Knomad as a “flash consultancy” to pair students with cryptocurrency projects after reading an article t…
 
CONTENT WARNING: This episode discusses pregnancy and abortion so listener discretion is advised if this is a subject that you may find distressing. In this interview, we have used the term ‘women’ but we note that trans-men and gender diverse and non-binary people also experience pregnancy and abortion. Show Notes Ep 219 of Australian True Crime w…
 
In this episode of Tech Intersect, I welcome Lizzy Aroloye, a Toronto-based Canadian- Nigerian woman who has taken the NFT world by storm as a self-taught multi-disciplinary artist. She graduated from the university of Toronto where she majored in Communication Culture Information Technology and minored in Film studies and Sociology. She did not kn…
 
Show Notes Ep 218 of Australian True Crime with Meshel Laurie and Emily Webb The legendary Sandra Pankhurst, made famous as The Trauma Cleaner in the brilliant book by Sarah Krasnostein, passed away last week. Although she battled health issues for some years, Sandra never lost her sense of humour, her incredible generosity or her capacity for love…
 
In this episode of Tech Intersect, I welcome founder and CEO of EMTECH, Carmelle Cadet. She describes the company as a Modern Central Bank Technology Company. Carmelle is an experienced Finance and Business Leader in the Enterprise IT sector, with specializations in the Financial Services and Blockchain Technologies. She is also a passionate advoca…
 
Show Notes Ep 217 of Australian True Crime with Meshel Laurie and Emily Webb Australian journalist Eileen Ormsby literally wrote the book on the Dark Web. In fact, she’s written 7 books about it, but it was her first book, “Silk Road”, released in 2014, about the so-called eBay of hard drugs, that began the exposure of the darkest corners of the in…
 
In this special episode of Tech Intersect, I share a replay of my weekly ListenToBlackWomen.com show with co-host Shontavia Johnson, Esq., an IP lawyer, academic and my business partner at LIT Braintrust, LLC. We cover the NFT beef between Dame Dash and Roc-a-fella Records (RAF). On June 18th, RAF filed a complaint in federal district court in New …
 
Show Notes Ep 216 of Australian True Crime with Meshel Laurie and Emily Webb Some of Australia’s most dangerous offenders aren’t housed in prisons because they were judged mentally unfit to stand trial. Dr Danny Sullivan is the Executive Director of Clinical Services at Thomas Embling hospital. It’s been home to some of Victoria's most dangerous pe…
 
Show Notes Ep 215 of Australian True Crime with Meshel Laurie and Emily Webb Amber Haigh has been on the missing persons list since 2002. At that time, she was 19 years old, the mother of a newborn, residing in the NSW town of Young, with the parents of her former boyfriend, who were reportedly the last people to see her alive. Shaun McMahon, from …
 
Show Notes Ep 214 of Australian True Crime with Meshel Laurie and Emily Webb Many things have changed since Jamie Pultz and I last spoke about Kirra McLoughlin’s death and the podcast it inspired, called Beenham Valley Road. Most notably, we don’t have to use the pseudonym “Jason” when talking about her partner anymore. That’s because Queensland’s …
 
Show Notes Ep 213 of Australian True Crime with Meshel Laurie and Emily Webb Julie Clarke and her husband Richard Neville wrote the book On the Trail of the Serpent, The Life and Crimes of Charles Sobhraj upon which the Netflix series The Serpent is based. Julie is our guest this week. You can support us with a one-off contribution here. You can be…
 
Show Notes Ep 212 of Australian True Crime with Meshel Laurie and Emily Webb Ginger Gorman is an award-winning journalist and the author of Troll Hunter. She’s always had great passion for her work, and she’s been driven by equal parts creativity and curiosity. In 2011, those forces led her to a home in Far North Queensland to record an interview w…
 
This is an Australian True Crime short cut. It’s an abridged version of this week’s more detailed full episode, which is also available on our feed. Australian True Crime with Meshel Laurie and Emily Webb Ginger Gorman is an award-winning journalist and the author of Troll Hunter. She’s always had great passion for her work, and she’s been driven b…
 
While I am taking a much-needed pause to recuperate from the academic year that was also a pandemic (and grade these papers and exams!), I want to share one of the most popular and timely episodes this year; my conversation with the inimitable Andre Oshea. He is self-described as a 3D animator building the future. That is all true. But he is so muc…
 
This is an Australian True Crime short cut. It’s an abridged version of this week’s more detailed full episode, which is also available on our feed. Journalist Nina Young made a podcast documenting her search for the truth about her father. It’s called My Father the Murderer. Nina uncovered much more than she could ever have imagined, and more than…
 
Show Notes Ep 211 Journalist Nina Young made a podcast documenting her search for the truth about her father. It’s called My Father the Murderer. Nina uncovered much more than she could ever have imagined, and more than her mother Denise had ever wanted to know. Both Nina and Denise join us to talk about their impressions of the man in question, Al…
 
In this episode of Tech Intersect, I welcome attorney Dave Rodman to the show. Dave founded the Rodman Law Group in 2014 in response to what he saw as a lack of sophisticated corporate/business law firms serving the cannabis industry because most dealt only on the criminal side and defense work. From that moment he found his own lane, in fact her c…
 
Dr Ahona Guha is a Melbourne-based forensic and clinical psychologist. She works with people who have abnormal behaviours like stalking and arson and try and help them modify these and lead better lives and improve safety for the community. She also treats people who have experienced trauma, including people affected by stalking behaviours - it’s a…
 
In this episode of Tech Intersect, I welcome Ayana the Oracle. She is founder and CEO of creativholistic — a virtual wellness platform and gift shop dedicated to empowering creative changemakers on their wealth and wellness journey through interactive product and events. And she’s most commonly known for creating the most potent, transformative, an…
 
This is a special mother’s day edition if Australian true crime. Both Emily and Meshel have a favourite TV show they share with their 11-year-old daughters called “Superstore”. All four of them share the same favourite character – assistant manager Dina Fox, played by Canadian actress Lauren Ash, and would you believe it? Lauren co-hosts her own Tr…
 
In this episode of Tech Intersect, I welcome Stefen Deleveaux to the show. Stefen is a Bahamian economist and an authority on blockchain and fintech in the Caribbean. He is President/CEO of the Caribbean Blockchain Alliance (CBA), which is a regional NGO formed to advocate for blockchain technology and to foster its adoption through awareness and e…
 
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