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Join Director and CEO Kim McKay AO in conversation with scientists from the Australian Museum Research Institute (AMRI) and experts in First Nations and Pacific cultures. When not 'in conversation', AMplify will bring the best from the AM’s live talks, giving you a front row seat at enlightening presentations from inspirational people.
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The Australian Police Journal (APJ) is the country’s preeminent true crime and policing publication, and it has launched a monthly podcast series! Join host Jason Byrnes (jason@apjl.com.au) as he discusses new APJ articles as well as interviews authors and other people of note, about serious crimes, police history, contemporary developments in policing, and future initiatives. The 'APJ' and 'Policing Australia: The Official Podcast of the Australian Police Journal' are produced by the Austra ...
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The Australian Small Business Show has been created by small business owners, for small business owners. Your hosts Matt Heighway and Kristy-Lee Billett, who have both been running businesses for over 15 years, will bring our first hand experiences to offer insights, advice and inspiration to help you build a successful small business. Each week we’ll discuss one specific strategy, topic, resource or tip that’s relevant for every small business, and we’ll be inviting along some amazing guest ...
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The Australian Public Service (APS) plays a critical role in delivering the Australian Government’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, and priorities for the future. Every fortnight on ‘Work with Purpose’, we will talk to key individuals from inside the APS, giving listeners a unique perspective on how the APS works and how it serves the Australian community. Work with Purpose is produced in a partnership between contentgroup and IPAA ACT, with the support of the APS Commission. Follow Wor ...
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Charting the Australian Fantastic Podcast

Charting the Australian Fantastic

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The initial podcast for the Centre for Australian Studies course "Charting the Australian Fantastic" which has since expanded into a greater project between Digi-Fellows Bettina Burger & Lucas Mattila, along with their collaborators -- but especially David Kern!
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The Australian Health Company

The Australian Health Company

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The Australian Health Company is a leading healthcare provider dedicated to promoting well-being. Offering a wide range of medical services, they prioritize excellence in patient care, innovation, and community health.
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The Australian Comedy Podcast

Neil Sinclair & Angus Brown

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Comedians Neil Sinclair and Angus Brown attempt to create the definitive collection of interviews with Australia's best comedians in The Australian Comedy Podcast. Tweet Us - @auscompod / @neilsinclair / @gusgusbrown Email Us - neilselectrics@gmail.com
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Sarah Jefford presents the Australian Surrogacy Podcast, sharing stories from intended parents and surrogates from around Australia. Sarah is a surrogate and a surrogacy lawyer in Australia. Join Sarah as she shares information and surrogacy stories from around the country.
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Dive deep into the heart of Australian viticulture with "The Australian Wine Experience," a podcast brought to you by the Australian Wine Magazine. Join us as we uncork the stories behind the labels, explore the rich tapestry of Australian wine regions, and taste the innovation driving one of the world's most dynamic wine industries. Each episode, we'll sit down with winemakers, sommeliers, and industry insiders to sip and savor the latest trends, techniques, and terroirs from Down Under. Wh ...
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The Australian Organic Collective podcast shares stories from Australian Organic members and the wider organic industry. Join us as we learn more about the farmers, manufacturers and brands behind some of your favourite certified organic products. Visit the Australian Organic website: https://austorganic.com/
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The Australian Wedding Podcast

The Australian Wedding Podcast

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The Australian Wedding Podcast is a platform to shine the light on the Australian Wedding Industry, to help and guide future couples, on what is new and happening in the industry. Also to also interview leading vendors in Australia not just limited to NSW, in all areas of the Wedding industry. Florist, Photography, Video, MUA, Stylist, Venues, Dressmakers etc etc. Please Join Us once a month on all podcast platforms.
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Stay subscribed to this channel as Craig Gabriel and Richard Stansbury bring you daily updates during the 2023 Australian Open. As all eyes turn to Melbourne for the most anticipated two weeks on the tennis calendar, Nine’s Wide World of Sports brings you Australian Open: The Happy Slam. In this six-part documentary mini-series, James Bracey chats with the stars who made The Australian Open what it is today. Subscribe so you don’t miss Pat Rafter, Dylan Alcott, Jim Courier, Jelena Dokic, Ajl ...
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In 'The History of the Australian Startup Ecosystem' podcast, join host Adam Spencer as they delve into the fascinating history of the Australian startup ecosystem. From the earliest tech companies to the success stories of today, this series covers it all. Each episode will feature interviews with industry pioneers, entrepreneurs, and experts, as well as a deep dive into the events and cultural shifts that have shaped the Australian startup scene. From the dot-com boom to the rise of fintec ...
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Each week, Susie Prout, a Registered Midwife and International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, will interview new mothers on their breastfeeding journeys. Susie will unpack all things breastfeeding; whether that be expressing, mixed feeding, going back to work, moving on when breastfeeding doesn't work out. If it has to do with feeding your baby - Susie will cover it! This podcast is for mums to be to learn about the everyday issues surrounding feeding your baby, this is for new mother ...
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In 'The History of the Australian Startup Ecosystem' podcast, join host Adam Spencer as they delve into the fascinating history of the Australian startup ecosystem. From the earliest tech companies to the success stories of today, this series covers it all. Each episode will feature interviews with industry pioneers, entrepreneurs, and experts, as well as a deep dive into the events and cultural shifts that have shaped the Australian startup scene. From the dot-com boom to the rise of fintec ...
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Join Alexei Toliopoulos on a journey through the landscape of Australian cinema. Celebrating classics, unearthing rare cinematic rediscoveries and conversations with some of Australia’s greatest filmmakers. From the gonzo mavericks of the Ozploitation era, to the re-discovery of our lost classics, to our complex works of queer filmmaking and our new wave of Australian filmmakers, no stone is left unturned Each episode of Sunburnt Screens is accompanied by a curated selection of films on BROL ...
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Who's really in control when you buy a property? The Elephant In The Room is where the things that no one wants to talk about, actually get talked about. Veronica Morgan, real estate agent, buyers agent and co-host of Foxtel’s Location Location Location Australia & Chris Bates, financial planner, mortgage broker and wealth coach have joined forces to find out what’s really going on in the world of real estate. Veronica and Chris talk to property owners and buyers every day in their respectiv ...
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Powder your wigs and grab your gavels, it's time to go to Couch Court! It's The Merge: an Australian Survivor Podcast. Join your Survivor know-it-all hosts Fod and Robes as we judge everything and everyone on the island from the comfort and safety of our living rooms. No challenge, tribal, back-stab or blindside will be safe from our wagging fingers and pithy one-liners. If you enjoy the show, please follow our Facebook an Twitter feeds, and don't hesitate to contact us via email if you have ...
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Olympians off the record: Bruce McAvaney interviews Australian Olympians Podcast

Olympians off the record: Bruce McAvaney interviews Australian Olympians

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In candid interviews with Bruce McAvaney, Australian Olympians reveal what happens when there are no personal bests left to chase and what, if anything, replaces the euphoria of elite sport. They’ll share the highs and lows, the glory and heartbreak, not just of sport but life itself, in a powerful interview that goes far beyond the Games.
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An Insight to a life long poly addiction, sufferer of bipolar disorder, manic depression, and a PTSD suffer that just recently been diagnosed with the incurable Fibromyalgia (Similar to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) and insomnia with ADD (NON hyperactive disorder) that has lived hard for most of his life but now has had a steady decline in such activities that got him in trouble before. Some of the stories told are of explicit nature and have heavy drug use themes.
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Welcome to this weeks episode of The Australian Small Business Show! Today Matt and Kristy-Lee are taking a look at Kristy-Lee’s recent business rebrand and sharing their experiences and learnings from the process. We discuss why she made the decision to rebrand, the process she undertook and some of the challenges they have faced along the way. If…
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Deputy Commissioner Neil Gaughan APM talks about his time as the Chief Police Officer (CPO) for the Australian Capital Territory. The experienced police officer has worked at the local and national levels for 40 years - starting as a general duties Constable in the ACT and ending up leading ACT Policing. On the way he held responsibilities for lead…
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Could increasing housing supply alone effectively address our current affordability challenges, or is the housing crisis more accurately characterised as just a recurring issue with a new label? In this episode, we sit down with Dr. Cameron Murray, Chief Economist at Fresh Economic Thinking who specialises in property and urban development. We dive…
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On today’s Work with Purpose episode, Dr Nina Terry, Bec Bodel and Professor Brenton Prosser help you learn the ropes of human-centred design. In today's complex world, how can the public sector effectively ensure that its policies and programs are centred on the needs of the people they serve? This episode explores human-centered design as one pie…
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In this episode, Luke and Jason are talking with Elizabeth Randall of Shikito's Critters about running an Aussie Reptile Expo. Follow Jason Rodgers here: The Gecko Effect Follow Luke here: Beaches Scaly Beasts Facebook Beaches Scaly Beasts Youtube MPR Network: Website: https://www.moreliapythonradio.net YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtr…
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n the 1980s, a new wave of Egyptomania emerged in Australia with the first touring exhibition from Cairo, but Australia’s fascination with Egypt’s ancient past had begun in the 19th century. Our attraction to the ancient world endured throughout the political swings and design trends of the early 20th century, and grew as Egypt hosted ANZACs for de…
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In this month's Suburb Trends report for May 2024, we're diving deep into the world of property investment, exploring a critical issue that every investor should be aware of: false positives in property data. With the property market experiencing upward pressure on prices due to low supply, investors risk being misled by appearances, just like the …
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Twice a year, sunlight sweeps into the chambers of The Great Temple at Abu Simbel, illuminating the face of Ramses II and marking the beginning of the flood and growing seasons. Temples were monuments to the pharaohs and the gods, reminding all of Egypt’s wealth and prosperity. For modern visitors, these temples stand as examples of the ingenuity a…
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Five years into his reign, Ramses undertook his most ambitious military action, attempting to wrest control of Kadesh from the Hittites. Join Associate Professor Ockinga as he unravels the complexities of one of the most famous battles in the ancient world and asks whether history is necessarily written by the victors.…
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As Australia grapples with the ambitious challenge of constructing 1.2 million new dwellings in the next five years, we aim to answer the pressing question: Is this target attainable? We talk about the implications of this challenge, including the need to address housing pressure and determine suitable locations for new developments. Moreover, we d…
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Today, we celebrate 100 episodes of Work with Purpose with a special conversation between two passionate public servants: Dr Gordon de Brouwer, Australian Public Service Commissioner and Thanuri Welaratne, education programs officer at Questacon. Together, they explore Gordon’s extensive career journey, covering the APS reform agenda and his report…
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Welcome to this weeks episode of The Australian Small Business Show! Today Matt and Kristy-Lee are sharing 5 quick tips for creating content in your small business. This episodes follows on from last weeks episode where we were joined by special guest Sanki Tennakoon from Stellar Frequency. Sanki shared the difference between copywriting and conten…
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With property values stagnant amidst a backdrop of soaring prices in other cities, we explore the factors contributing to Melbourne's unique market behaviour. Could the city's prolonged lockdowns have played a significant role in shaping its property landscape? What does the future hold for buyers and sellers? Meanwhile, rising rents beg the questi…
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Welcome to this week's episode of The Australian Small Business Show! Today Matt and Kristy-Lee are joined by special guest Sanki Tennakoon from Stellar Frequency. Sanki is a genre spanning content writer, copywriter and consultant who has over a decade of experience in marketing and communications. Today we get straight into the questions many of …
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In this episode, Luke and Jason are talking to Michaela from Mac’s Frog Army about keeping and breeding Australian frogs. Follow Jason Rodgers here: The Gecko Effect Follow Luke here: Beaches Scaly Beasts Facebook Beaches Scaly Beasts Youtube MPR Network: Website: https://www.moreliapythonradio.net YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtrEaKcy…
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Ever wondered why economists seem to favour land tax? What happens if we get rid of stamp duty on houses? And why do some people say negative gearing and capital gains tax discounts are bad? We're here to unpack these questions and more. Join us in this episode as we explore the often-debated topics of negative gearing and the capital gains tax dis…
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Daniel Patterson has always been keen to do good for Canberra’s communities – and their backyards. On this episode of Public Sector Unearthed, the horticulture expert and passionate public servant tells us the story of Canberra’s innovative European Wasp program. Daniel shares how his team manages European wasps in the ACT, by focusing on eco-frien…
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Welcome to this weeks episode of The Australian Small Business Show! Today Matt is sharing with us 7 tips to creating healthy cash flow in your business. In a previous episode we shared the 5 numbers we think every business owner should be keeping an eye on in their business, and we had such great feedback on that episode that we decided to do a de…
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What is driving the relentless rise in Australia's property prices, and how are homeowners managing as the fixed mortgage rates from the COVID era expire? These are important questions as we deal with rising inflation and increasing living costs, so in this episode, we tackle these issues to see how they're affecting both the housing market and pot…
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Welcome to this weeks episode of The Australian Small Business Show! Today we’re discussing Kristy-Lee’s least favourite subject ever – networking!! Whether you love it or hate it, networking is an important part of running and promoting a successful small business. Kristy-Lee and Matt discuss the changing formats of networking, the difference betw…
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Ever wondered why people end up spending more than they planned at auctions? What about the missed opportunities for vendors due to ineffective auctioning practices? These common pitfalls not only impact individual transactions but also shape the broader dynamics of the auction process. In this episode, we're joined by award-winning auctioneer Andy…
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Whilst the ‘whole-of-nation’ approach is not new on the global stage, it is still a relatively new concept in Australian international policy circles. Amidst global challenges that demand more than just government action, it is also becoming increasingly vital. Unlike the familiar whole-of-government strategy, the ‘whole-of-nation’ approach include…
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How Do You Introduce Yourself at an Event? As small business owners we are often put in situations where we are asked what we do - hello networking events! And for many of us that results in sweaty palms, staggering over our words, rambling or having a completely blank look on our faces. How do you succinctly tell someone what you do, why you do it…
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Author and APJ Deputy Editor, retired Detective Senior Sergeant Barry Fay, discusses his 2016 crime case article titled An Unexpected 'Mayday' in November – the callous murder of three men in NSW. The first two were shot inside a Sydney gun shop in 1977. The third victim was a police sergeant, gunned down in 1980 when he unknowingly asked too many …
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In this podcast episode, Bettina Charlotte Burger, Lucas Mattila, Theodora Charalamboustogether with their beloved office dog Bean discuss Deborah Sheldon’s Thylacines, monster theory and the notall that unlikely de-extinction of the thylacine! You canfollow us on bluesky - https://bsky.app/profile/spec-australia.bsky.social andInstagram - https://…
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Depending on a potentially biased strata report could lead to problems later on, like unexpected costs or hidden issues with the property. Without clarity on what might be omitted or misrepresented in these reports, buyers risk making decisions based on incomplete or biased information, therefore jeopardising their investment. Today, we are joined …
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The Numbers Don't Lie - The 5 Numbers Every Business Owner Should be Looking At Business success often hinges on the careful monitoring and management of several key metrics. These metrics serve as vital signs for a company, indicating its overall health and guiding strategic decisions. For business owners, understanding and optimizing these five c…
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What's the Difference Between a Coach and Mentor in Business? In the journey of entrepreneurship, having guidance and support is invaluable. Both coaches and mentors can provide this, but they serve different roles within the context of personal and professional development. Understanding the distinctions between these two can empower business owne…
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Choosing the Right Business Structure When starting a business in Australia, one of the most critical decisions you'll make is selecting the appropriate business structure. This choice impacts your tax obligations, legal liability, and potential for growth, making it crucial to understand the available options. Each structure has its distinct advan…
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Hello and welcome to The Australian Small Business Show! Join us, your hosts, small business owners just like you, as we bring our first hand experiences to offer insights, advice and inspiration to help you build a successful small business. Each week we’ll discuss one specific strategy, topic, resource or tip that’s relevant for every small busin…
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With Queensland’s housing market facing an unprecedented crunch, many are left wondering: What can be done to ease the strain? The consequences of this housing crisis are far-reaching, affecting individuals, families, and communities across the state because it's not just about finding a roof over your head anymore. With housing prices soaring and …
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In this episode of the Public Sector Unearthed podcast, Matt Padovan and Noel Chan from the ACT public service walk us through the organisation’s innovative flexible work program. Having worked on this project well before the world had to grapple with more flexible work demands due to COVID-19, Matt, who is director of flexible work within the ACT …
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Workplace Health & Safety Show is Australia's largest showcase of products, equipment, technology, and services to reduce worker illnesses, injuries, and fatalities. Supported by the Australian Institute of Health & Safety, the Shows is the biggest single gathering of buyers and decision-makers responsible for occupational health, safety, environme…
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This comprehensive review explores the beauty, quality, and sustainability practices of Lake's Folly, a renowned vineyard nestled in the heart of Australia's Hunter Valley. From its exceptional wines to its warm hospitality and stunning scenery, Lake's Folly offers a truly unforgettable experience for wine lovers and nature enthusiasts alike. Reade…
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Discover the enchanting world of Tintilla Estate – a boutique winery nestled in the heart of the Hunter Valley. Explore their rich history, exquisite wines, and commitment to sustainability as we take you on a journey through this hidden gem of Australian winemaking. Whether you're planning a wine tasting adventure or searching for the perfect venu…
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Discover the allure of Vamp by Lisa McGuigan Wines – a prestigious vineyard nestled in the heart of the Hunter Valley. Explore the immersive vineyard experience, sample award-winning wines, and indulge in luxurious facilities amidst breathtaking natural surroundings. Whether you're planning a wine tasting adventure, a special event, or simply seeki…
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Explore the beauty and bounty of Hope Estate, a premier vineyard nestled in the heart of the Hunter Valley. From its rich heritage and commitment to sustainability to its exceptional wines and vibrant events, Hope Estate offers an unforgettable experience for wine lovers and adventurers alike. Plan your visit today and discover the magic of this ic…
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This article provides an in-depth review of the Wine House, a prestigious vineyard located in the picturesque Hunter Valley wine region of Australia. From its stunning setting and exceptional wines to its commitment to sustainability and warm hospitality, the Wine House offers an unforgettable experience for wine enthusiasts and tourists alike. Rea…
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Explore the charm and beauty of Harkham Wines, a renowned vineyard nestled in the heart of the Hunter Valley. From its rich history and exceptional wines to its warm hospitality and breathtaking scenery, Harkham Wines offers an unforgettable experience for wine enthusiasts and casual visitors alike. Discover why Harkham Wines is a must-visit destin…
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This comprehensive review explores the unparalleled charm and excellence of Keith Tulloch Wine, a distinguished vineyard nestled in the heart of Australia's famed Hunter Valley. From its exquisite wines to its picturesque setting and warm hospitality, every aspect of the Keith Tulloch Wine experience is meticulously crafted to captivate the senses …
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This comprehensive review takes readers on a journey through the esteemed Bimbadgen Winery, situated in the picturesque Hunter Valley of Australia. From the vineyards and winemaking process to the tasting experiences, culinary delights, and exceptional hospitality, discover why Bimbadgen stands out as a must-visit destination for wine enthusiasts a…
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This article provides a comprehensive review of Peterson House, a renowned vineyard located in the heart of Hunter Valley, Australia. From its breathtaking landscapes to its exceptional wines and hospitality, Peterson House offers an unforgettable experience for wine enthusiasts and visitors alike. The article highlights the vineyard's commitment t…
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Nestled in the heart of Hunter Valley, Drayton’s Family Wines is a renowned Australian vineyard with over 160 years of rich winemaking heritage. This family-owned estate is synonymous with excellence, offering a wide range of exceptional wines crafted with dedication and passion. Visitors to Drayton’s are treated to a picturesque vineyard experienc…
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Negative gearing and its companion, the capital gains tax discount, have reemerged as hot topics in economic and political circles. But why does it matter? Well, it affects investors, homeowners, and the economy as a whole. There's a lot of confusion about what it all means and what might happen next. In this episode, we explain what negative geari…
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Interested in learning about the challenges of police leadership in the 21st Century? The day before she retired from the role of Commissioner of the Queensland Police Service (QPS), Katarina Carroll APM spared some time to talk to Jason Byrnes about a range of topics. These included the challenges facing police now and into the future, the skills …
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In episode 7 of the Public Sector Unearthed podcast, we hear the success story of the Fitzroy Crossing service centre's redevelopment from Ewa Griffiths and Zara Nehow, who were at the core of this initiative. Their innovative approach involved creating a co-designed space that respects local needs and incorporates elements reflecting cultural aspe…
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John Smith was a fiery openwheeler star who in the early ‘80s matched it in identical equipment with current F1 drivers. He is widely regarded as one of our best-ever in single seaters, but ‘Smithy’ also had a long career in touring cars, in works Toyota Corolla touring cars and then the Supra Turbo, which Smithy dubbed the ‘White Whale’. Join Smit…
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The real estate landscape is constantly evolving, and recent data has unveiled surprising trends in Australian cities' property markets. Brisbane's boom, Hobart's unexpected decline, and Perth's resurgence raise intriguing questions and we're unsure if the numbers we're seeing are telling us the whole truth. Are these trends indicative of long-term…
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The theme for this year’s International Women’s Day is 'Count Her In: Invest in Women. Accelerate Progress.' In Australia, progress toward gender equality is ongoing, yet significant challenges remain, particularly in financial security and workforce participation. Additionally, systemic issues like the undervaluation of care and the prevalence of …
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