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After years of stagnation, the game of Rugby has fresh, shiny new coverage that seems to have breathed life back into the code. So, after years of frustration with the game they supposedly play in heaven, The Betoota Advocate is giving it another go. Our sport's team will be jumping in the booth every week to cover all of the footy action - from the grassroots, the country, and the world. We'll cover the tales of Rugby Australia's Marketing Pigeon, the world-beating Queensland Reds rolling t ...
 
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This week on the show, tyrant of popular culture HG Nelson drops in to talk about his new book “The Fairytale: A Real And Imagined History Of Australian Sport” as well as a number of other topics such as the Brisbane Olympics, an Australian Republic and was Breaker Morant guilty or innocent? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Uncle Simon Forrest join Boe Spearim on Let’s Talk to about The Pinjarra Massacre which happened on October 1834 at Pinjarra, Western Australia a group of Binjareb Noongar people were attacked by a detachment of 25 colonial soldiers, police and settlers led by Governor James Stirling. Uncle Simon Forrest is a Noongar Whadjuk Elder. Source…
 
Obviously, it’s a long way from Darlinghurst to Nashville. Even further if you start from the outskirts of Melbourne and set out via London. It’s taken years but now, finally, they’ve arrived. All divergent paths have led right here. Welcome to DARLINGHURST, and the release of their self-titled debut album. DARLINGHURST are: JASON RESCH — arguably …
 
Dan & Kaylah yarn to Adam French, Franchise Owner Quest Ipswich. QUEST Ipswich was awarded top franchise business in Queensland and Northern Territory at an awards ceremony held in Melbourne’s Town Hall. In 2018 Franchisees Adam and Allison French were recognised for their outstanding business performance since purchasing the business almost two ye…
 
Stu Kellaway Yothu Yindi bassist and current manager also member since 1986 joins Boe Spearim on Let’s Talk. We yarn about Writing in the Sand the book about Yothu Yindi an amazing band from East Arnhem Land, who travelled around the world spreading a message of unity and fight for Aboriginal rights and making music that is still relevant today. So…
 
Ipswich Mayor Teresa Harding joins the Drive Show for a yarn about CMC Rocks. Teresa is a working mother with three adult children and has over 30 years’ experience in business, government and not-for-profit leadership and over 15 years’ experience leading large teams and delivering value while managing annual budgets of around $150 million. Teresa…
 
Jason is a well-known and sought after chef around Ipswich. He had the first café Figjam in Ipswich with footpath eating. Jason also provides the high end catering for CMC Rocks in the Artist Village. Jason specialises in off grid catering, bringing in his own kitchens to venues. He was the caterer for the Mayors Ball in Ipswich for many years and …
 
On Let’s Talk Boe Spearim gets to catch up with the Murri School Men’s Group live in the 989fm studio here in West End. I yarn with Thomas Landers Yr 11, Jarverlin Fogarty Yr 11 and Uncle Justin Doyle-Teacher Aid. The Murri school has started Mens and Womens group for the high school students to prepare them for life after school. Both groups have …
 
Potts Entertainment, Chugg Entertainment and Frontier Touring are thrilled to announce that CMC ROCKS QLD will return to its home at Willowbank, Ipswich from Wednesday 21st to Sunday 25th September 2022, and today revealed its starstudded list of headliners; US superstar BRAD PAISLEY and US country/pop phenomenon KANE BROWN will visit Australia for…
 
On Let’s Talk Boe Spearim is speaking with Two Lawyers from Perth my first guest Paul Sheiner from Roe Legal Service who is representing an Aboriginal men who will not be released from prison due to the new High Risk Serious Offenders Act which will see him indefinitely detained without a release date until correctional officials find he is deemed …
 
Uncle Wally Bell from the Ngunnawal nation who is also known as a knowledge holder joins Boe Spearim on Let’s Talk to yarn about Saving Cultural Trees for Future Generations. Transport for NSW has proposed destroying seven out of eight Aboriginal cultural trees as part of its realignment of the Barton Highway from south of the world NSW/ACT border …
 
Dhakkie from the Kabi Kabi nation joins Boe Spearim on Let’s Talk to let us on what happened on the 15 th of October when Police and Department of Transport and Main Roads officials removed what they called trespassers. Dharkkie and other Kabi Kabi people and supporters will continue to fight and save scared Kabi country from a planned Bypass route…
 
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