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Curious Canberra

Curious Canberra

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Curious Canberra is a new project from ABC News Canberra that invites you to have a say in the stories we cover. Every week, a journalist answers a question posed by you - the audience. Ask us something you've always wondered about the city, its region or its people: abc.net.au/curiouscanberra
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A weekly feature of 666 ABC Canberra Afternoons where Alex Sloan speaks in-depth with people who live fascinating lives, do extraordinary things, or are just so outstanding that a normal interview just won't do.
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Welcome to UNSW Canberra Podcasts; a platform lead by UNSW Canberra experts dedicated to unpacking the world around us and exploring a range of themes under a specialist lens. UNSW Canberra podcasts are produced onsite in UNSW Canberra’s Creative Media Unit Studio. UNSW Canberra is also a proud presenting partner of the Australian Naval History Podcast, which is recorded onsite at UNSW Canberra : https://soundcloud.com/australian-naval-history UNSW Canberra Podcasts are available on all majo ...
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It's amazing what you can discover in your own back yard. Canberra has an incredible array of world class business and public sector leaders and this is the place you get to meet them. Join global speaker, author, businessman and executive coach, Jonathan Doyle as he introduces to the people shaping the business and government future of the nation and beyond.
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The Truffle Festival- Canberra Region really is the ultimate experience for food lovers in winter. With more than 250 individual events held across the Canberra region from June through to August highlighting the rare black winter truffle. 2018 will mark the ten-year anniversary of the festival. This podcast is all about the businesses that bring the range of delicious truffle experiences to you. www.trufflefestival.com.au
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A podcast about Canberrans, for Canberrans. During his time working with Questacon and ABC Radio, Henry Xu met and chatted to some of the best the Nation's Capital has to offer. Now, he's ready to showcase them all. Through 20-30 minute interviews, Henry has conversations with a plethora of Canberrans- from career retrospectives with Tim the Yowie Man, to life stories with Stew Thaung from the Mandalay Bus. Recorded throughout the city, in locations relevant to his guests, this podcast allow ...
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In this second message from our The Quest of Calm series, Pastor Joe Sulit uses Isaiah 26:3 talk about the search and source of personal peace. For more podcasts and for more information on Every Nation Canberra, please visit encanberra.org. Follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/everynationcanberra and on Instagram at instagram.com/encanberra. Woul…
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Andrew Baker | Hebrews 5:11-6:12, 4:12-13, 5:8; James 1:2-4; Philippians 3:20; 1 Peter 2:11 — With a mixture of tenderness and exhortation, the writer to the Hebrews encourages His readers to move beyond the ‘milk’ of elementary doctrines to the ‘solid food’ of maturity in Christ. As Christians in the modern Western Church, we too must mature; prog…
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In this first message from our series titled The Quest for Calm, Pastor Joe Sulit uses proverbs 3:5-6 to identify what we need to do to find peace and calm in a world that threatens to steal our joy. For more podcasts and for more information on Every Nation Canberra, please visit encanberra.org. Follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/everynationcan…
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Andrew Baker | Matthew 27:62-28:10; 1 Corinthians 15:12-22; 2 Peter 1:16; Mark 8:31; Luke 24:13-27; Isaiah 46:10, 53:5-6; John 13:19, 20:24-28 — The Resurrection of Jesus Christ is without doubt the foundation of Christian belief. But did it really happen? The historical trustworthiness of Jesus’ life and death, His fulfilment of over 300 ancient p…
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You’re listening to a message from Every Nation Canberra. In this Easter message, Pastor Joe Sulit uses Luke 23:32-43 to show us what we can learn from the thieves on the cross. For more podcasts and for more information on Every Nation Canberra, please visit encanberra.org. Follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/everynationcanberra and on Instagram…
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Adam Ritchard | Luke 23:13-49, 2:51; John 19:25-30; Ephesians 2:8; Hebrews 13:5, 4:15 — The words spoken by Jesus upon the Cross are only few, but go to the very heart of Christ’s identity and mission. They reveal a Saviour who offers forgiveness and grace; who cares and who knows what it is to be human. They reveal a Saviour who suffered on our be…
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Adam Ritchard | Matthew 21:1-17; 20:17-19; Zechariah 9:9; John 18:36 — As we celebrate Palm Sunday we remember Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem as the long awaited Messiah. But Jesus was not who the Jewish people expected Him to be. He came as a different kind of Saviour; to achieve a different kind of triumph; and to establish a different kin…
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Andrew Baker | Hebrews 4:11-5:10; Leviticus 16; 2 Corinthians 12:9; John 16:33 — Under Old Testament Law, the High Priest acted as a mediator between man and God by making atoning sacrifices for the sins of Israel. But, as the writer to the Hebrews points out, this was only ever an imperfect and temporary construct, pointing us to the eternal and s…
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You’re listening to a message from Every Nation Canberra. In this message, Nathan Ricabo uses key verses from the book of Ecclesiastes to highlight how the search for anything less than the purposes for which God created us is a vanity that will leave us unsatisfied. We are created for a greater purpose. For more podcasts and for more information o…
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Andrew Baker | Hebrews 3:1, 4:1-11; Romans 8:14; 1 John 5:3 — In order to enter God’s rest and walk in the fullness of His covenantal promises, we must recognise the priority of obedience. But if we think that God has chosen us just to do His work for Him, we have missed the point. We are called to obedience as our joy and our purpose; we obey not …
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You’re listening to a message from Every Nation Canberra. In this message, Aaron Ricabo uses Genesis 13 to show us how God provides solutions for issues we encounter in life, and how His identity as the promise-giver is what results in the best promise we can ever hope to receive. You may watch the movie snippet for this week at https://www.youtube…
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Andrew Baker | Hebrews 3:1-19; Psalm 78:13-22 — Knowledge is different from belief. For forty years in the wilderness the nation of Israel saw God’s incredible provision and protection, and yet they did not know and love Him - they did not know His ways. As we consider Christ our faithful apostle and high priest, let us encourage one another: do we…
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You’re listening to a message from Every Nation Canberra. In this message, Nathan Ricabo uses Jeremiah 29 to remind us that while God is the provider of hope and peace, He is also the provider of instruction and correction. You may watch the movie snippet for this week at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vw2hiY0yRKQ. For more podcasts and for more i…
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Andrew Baker | Hebrews 2:1-17 — Our human nature is to move from thing to thing, easily allowing our attention to wander. It is unsurprising then that the Hebrews are warned against ‘neglecting such a great salvation’. And great indeed it is: in the greatness of His mercy towards mankind, God himself came and suffered the greatest cost imaginable; …
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You’re listening to a message from Every Nation Canberra. In this message from our The God Who Provides series for Summer at the Movies, Pastor Joe Sulit talks about the Rich Man & Lazarus from Luke 16:19-31 to underscore our essential responsibility to use our resources to be a blessing to our brothers and sisters in need. You may watch the movie …
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Andrew Baker | Hebrews 1:1-2:1 — Jesus is the complete picture of God: the eternal divine heir, mighty in power, and superior above all. He is the unshakeable foundation. In the midst of the shifting tides of this world, the writer to the Hebrews exhorts his readers to therefore heed Jesus’ words and life; to be tethered to Him and so not drift awa…
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You’re listening to a message from Every Nation Canberra. In this message, Pastor Joe Sulit uses the story of the widow and the oil in 2 Kings 4:1-7 to show how God is a faithful and generous Provider… and what is possible when we have the courage to step out in faith and believe He is willing and able to provide. You may watch the movie snippet fo…
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Rev. Dr. Tania Harris | 1 Kings 19:12; John 1:14, 14:23; Acts 2:1-41; Philippians 3:10 — God is mighty and powerful and yet He is incredibly personal. How do we know this? Because He has revealed Himself through speaking to us. Today, the Holy Spirit speaks to us as the continuing voice of Jesus, beckoning us to follow His leading. Hear from renown…
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You’re listening to a message from Every Nation Canberra. In this message, Pastor Joe Sulit uses the story of Abraham and Isaac in Genesis 22:-1-14 to illustrate how we can respond to what God calls us to do, and how He is able to provide what we need to accomplish His purposes through us. You may watch the movie snippet for this week at https://ww…
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When you have school-aged children, it can feel like it will be an eternity before they grow up and become independent. Time flies. We don’t realise the importance of these early years (maybe we think they aren’t listening or just because they act so silly all the time) – but they are crucial for embedding the ways of God into their lives. Today Pa…
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Adam Ritchard | Mark 4:35-41; Hebrews 4:12; Revelation 1:1,5 — Our every day is full of more information, content, and distraction than ever before; a swirl of noise in which fear easily takes hold. What can cut through this noise? Just as it was for the fearful disciples in that storm-rocked boat: it is the words, revelation, and witness of Jesus …
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You’re listening to a message from Every Nation Canberra. In this final message from our Battles and Blessing series, Ganns Deen uses Second Corinthians chapter 10 verses 3 to 5 to talk about the importance of the Holy Spirit and the spiritual weapons we are given to defeat Satan and win the battle for our minds. For more podcasts and for more info…
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Martyn Ritchard | Exodus 33:13-18 — Just as Moses desired to see God’s glory, so too are we to desire and expect glimpses of God’s kingdom breaking through into our earthly lives. Hear from Martyn and Roslyn Ritchard as they share of the many ‘glimpses of glory’ from their recent mission trip to Cambodia.…
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You’re listening to a message from Every Nation Canberra. In this fourth message from our Battles and Blessing series, Nathan Ricabo uses Romans 8:28-30 to show how God can use our life challenges to teach us how to trust and rely on Him, and how God can use His children for His glory. For more podcasts and for more information on Every Nation Canb…
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Andrew Baker | Hebrews 1:1-4; Revelation 21:3; John 13:35; Acts 4:32; Ephesians 1:4-5 — Throughout Jesus’ life we see that the central heart of God’s purpose is to be with man. Not just to send a saving message from afar, but to come and live in our midst as the very message of love itself. Not just to redeem us through the Cross, but to gather in …
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You’re listening to a message from Every Nation Canberra. In this message from our Battles and Blessing series, Aaron Ricabo delves into the book of Job to show how God reveals Himself through human suffering. For more podcasts and for more information on Every Nation Canberra, please visit encanberra.org. Follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/ever…
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Andrew Baker | Hebrews 10:19-25; John 13:35 — Upon the foundation of all that Christ has accomplished, the writer to the Hebrews instructs his readers to ‘stir up one another’ to love and good works. In a world desperately lacking real connection, we have a unique opportunity to live differently as we follow Jesus’ example: loving and serving the w…
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You’re listening to a message from Every Nation Canberra. In this message, Pastor Joe Sulit uses Isaiah 45:3 to share an encouragement on how we can find hope in the midst of suffering, pain, and disappointment. For more podcasts and for more information on Every Nation Canberra, please visit encanberra.org. Follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/ev…
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Adam Ritchard | John 3:7,14,22-31a, 4:4; Psalm 139:23-24; Philippians 2:3-11 — Where is Jesus in the picture of our lives - front and centre, or on the periphery? As Jesus’ following increased, John The Baptist was not threatened by Him as a rival teacher. Rather, knowing Jesus to be the Messiah, John knew his own role was a supporting act which mu…
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You're listening to a podcast from Every Nation Canberra. In this first Battles & Blessings message, Pastor Joe Sulit uses 2 Chronicles 20:-12 to identify several biblical principles on how to deal with trials in life. For more podcasts and for more information on Every Nation Canberra, please visit encanberra.org. Follow us on Facebook at facebook…
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Kathryn Hartley | Deuteronomy 8:1-6; Exodus 13:11-22, 17 — On the eve of entering the Promised Land, Moses instructs the Israelites to look back; to see the evidence of God’s presence, plan, and desire for relationship through it all. As we reflect on the past year and the year to come, may we look to the example of Moses. May we look with right pe…
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Andrew Baker | Luke 2:1-11; Galatians 4:4; Matthew 1:21; John 3:16-17 — The popular themes of hope, joy, and peace are all wonderful, but they are ultimately peripheral to the central theme of Christmas: Christ the Saviour is born. Instead of the condemnation that we rightly deserved, Jesus’ coming embodied a real plan, with a real purpose and prom…
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You're listening to a podcast from Every Nation Canberra. In this Rediscovering Christmas message, Aaron Ricabo uses Galatians 4:1-7 to discuss how Jesus Christ is our Saviour and Redeemer. For more podcasts and for more information on Every Nation Canberra, please visit encanberra.org. Follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/everynationcanberra and …
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Adam Ritchard | Matthew 1:18-23, 28:20; John 1:14; Hebrews 1:1-3; Colossians 1:19; Hebrews 13:5; Psalm 121; Jude 24 — After 400 years of silence, and in the midst of Roman oppression, the Jews must have asked: God, where are you? In response, the eternal God - the God of relationship, reconciliation and reliability - lowered Himself into humanity. …
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You're listening to a podcast from Every Nation Canberra. In this Rediscovering Christmas message, Nathan Ricabo talks about Jesus being God becoming man, using John 1:1-18 as his scriptural foundation. For more podcasts and for more information on Every Nation Canberra, please visit encanberra.org. Follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/everynation…
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Henry chats with Zac Young, the co-founder of Kita: Canberra’s own after-hours café. Recorded ahead of the institution's five-year anniversary, conversations for the season finale range from the history and origins of the space to Kita's cult following and famous Curry of the Week.על ידי Henry Xu
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Andrew Baker | Matthew 5:43-48; Romans 5:10; Ephesians 4:32 — As humans, our natural response is to show love to those we like, and hate to those we don’t. But Jesus’ striking instruction and the testament of His life and death is precisely the opposite: “Love your enemies”. We, who were His enemies but now stand reconciled through His sacrificial …
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