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Lyn and Chris Dawson appear to have the perfect marriage. He's a star footballer and popular high school teacher. She's a devoted wife and mother. They share a beautiful home above Sydney's northern beaches. But when Lyn goes missing, dark secrets are buried. This is no fairytale, but a sordid story of strangely close twin brothers, teenage student lovers, and probable murder. The Australian's Hedley Thomas digs deep into a cold case which has been unsolved for 36 years, uncovering startling ...
 
Join Director and CEO Kim McKay AO in conversation with scientists from the Australian Museum Research Institute (AMRI) and experts in Indigenous Australian 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.
 
The Little Red Podcast: interviews and chat celebrating China beyond the Beijing beltway. Hosted by Graeme Smith, China studies academic at the Australian National University's Department of Pacific Affairs and Louisa Lim, former China correspondent for the BBC and NPR, now with the Centre for Advancing Journalism at Melbourne University. We are the 2018 winners of podcast of the year in the News & Current Affairs category of the Australian Podcast Awards. Follow us @limlouisa and @GraemeKSm ...
 
All The Best is for new Australian storytelling. Hear from a Melbourne-based cannibal, how the Australian Wallabies used theatre workshops to improve their game, anxiety attacks in a Tantric sex class, and what the shopping centre Santa Claus is really thinking, all on All The Best. We're a weekly radio show and podcast produced at FBi Radio in Sydney in association with SYN and Triple R in Melbourne, and broadcast nationally via the Community Radio Network. We’ve been telling stories in a v ...
 
The Australian Public Service is playing a critical role in delivering the Australian Government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Across all areas and levels of the APS, action is being taken to implement the policies of the Australian Government to support the Australian community. Each week on ‘Work with Purpose’ we will talk to key individuals who are leading the response inside the Australian Public Service. ‘Work with Purpose’ will give listeners a unique perspective on how the Aust ...
 
He was born Hamish Watson, a surfie dude from Sydney – but he could morph into whatever you needed him to be. Hamish is due to be sentenced to jail in early 2019 for swindling a handful of victims out of more than $7m. But these crimes are just the final pages in a resume too thick to staple; for decades he’s duped victims in the US, Canada, Britain, Hong Kong and Australia. How did he do it? How did he evade authorities around the world for so long and what’s he done with all those tens of ...
 
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 ...
 
Each week hear from the people behind your favourite podcasts, how they started out, their ups and downs, what they have learned and the process behind how they make their show.So if you have a podcast of your own, or even if you just dream about doing one, check out Behind The PodcastAn Australian Podcast Awards and DM Podcasts production.
 
The On The Drift Podcast puts out a weekly podcast/videocast about Australian horse racing. We dissect the Group 1 races across the Australian calendar, while providing our value, each-way & best bets each week. We also have a look back on the trending issues in Australian sport, where we discuss the good & the bad events of the week. We love to put our money where our mouth is with our Juicy Stakes segment, where we raise money for worthy causes within the racing industry.We love bringing t ...
 
Welcome to The Random Sample, a podcast by the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Mathematical and Statistical frontiers (ACEMS). In this show, we share stories about mathematics, statistics and the people involved. Featuring episodes from The University of Melbourne, The University of Adelaide, QUT and UNSW. To learn more about what the centre does, visit https://acems.org.au. For further resources and shownotes, visit https://acems.org.au/podcast
 
There is a lot of activity in the Australian startup ecosystem. Ideas, talent, and money are all flowing into this sector at an unprecedented rate. This weekly podcast brings in-depth interviews with the best people making the biggest difference. It's brought to you by Ian Gardiner and Phaedon Stough, technology entrepreneurs helping to grow the startup sector in Australia and New Zealand. Ian and Phaedon co-founded Innovation Bay with a clear mission to help technology entrepreneurs succeed.
 
The Crime Series Podcast was long-listed for the Australian Writers Guild/Audible podcast competition providing a thought-provoking chilling, and critical insight into the lives of innocent people accused of a crime. Fortnightly, The Crime Series Podcast delivers a unique examination into why the justice system in Australia has made so many errors in convicting innocent people.
 
Financial awareness and money issues are often pushed to the bottom of our to-do lists. In The Australian Financial Focus we talk to financial experts and everyday people who share ideas and tips for making your finances a focus - and moving you closer to your financial goals. Barry Wilkinson is the Director/Principal Broker Mortgage Broker at SW Brokerage- https://swbrokerage.com.au/ and has been a successful and motivated Mortgage Broker since 2004. A strong lateral thinker, Barry values p ...
 
Tim is Stockhead’s resident Health and Biotech expert with his weekly column “Dr Boreham’s Crucible”. Tim was the author of the Criterion column in The Australian newspaper for well over 10 years and has more than three decades’ experience of business reporting across three major publications. In his weekly “The Health Kick Podcast” Tim will interview Australia’s leading Health and Biotech industry leaders, bringing his own unique insight and perspective into the world of health and drug dis ...
 
The First Serve is your HOME OF TENNIS. Featuring an all year round dedicated weekly one hour 'live' tennis program, the only one of its kind on commercial radio in Australia that is also podcast right here plus commentary from the Grand Slams & Fed Cup/Davis Cup ties, themed podcasts, a strong online/social media presence and print content via our website. The First Serve has one simple aim and that is to keep the tennis conversation going 12 months of the year, covering tennis from the gra ...
 
The TBPod is a podcast for clinicians and policymakers caring for patients with tuberculosis. The podcasts present discussions with expert clinicians, researchers, policymakers and advocates about their work in the field of tuberculosis. Tuberculosis remains one of the leading causes of death worldwide, and is an important contributor to morbidity among migrants arriving in Australia and New Zealand. There are around 1300 reported cases of TB in Australia each year, and a further 300 in New ...
 
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Borders shut as NSW virus cases surge WA and SA close to NSW as Gladys Berejiklian announces strict new restrictions to combat Sydney’s growing cluster | WATCH QT China attacks Great Barrier Reef ‘smear’ China rejects suggestions it played a role in a draft ‘in danger’ ruling for the Great Barrier Reef as ‘groundless smear and slander’. Is the vacc…
 
COVID-19 has created boom time for criminals who seek to deceive for financial and personal gain. These scammers and fraudsters, who've been out in force leveraging the insecurities created byCOVID-19 and the power of digital technology, have launched millions of websites, email, investment employee, supply chain, and charity scams. The global reac…
 
Deb Dunstone, Assistant Director-General, State Schools - Disability and Inclusion in the Department of Education, presents her keynote "Inclusive Leadership – adjusting the adjustments during COVID-19" at the ACEL 2020 Global Conference Support the show (http://acel.org.au/membership)על ידי ACEL
 
The feature interview this episode is with the author of the article ‘The Bridge Street Burglary of 1894: The Arming of the NSW Police’. The crime was so serious it resulted in the colonial government of the day deciding to issue firearms to all its police. The author, retired Sergeant Danny Webster, also talks about his ground-breaking work chroni…
 
Sky News Business Director Ross Greenwood joins James Kirby in this episode. Topics discussed include El Salvador changing the game on Bitcoin, gold and silver going their separate ways and Is your super fund really 'balanced' ? To read articles on the topics covered in this episode of The Money Cafe, take out a subscription to The Australian or do…
 
In this episode, we talk with Father and son Andrew and Terence Rogers about Aussie turtles 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/UCtrEaKcyN8KvC3pqaiYc0RQ @MPR Network o…
 
In this episode, Bettina Burger interviews bestselling author Kylie Chan in the context of Australian Speculative Fiction! This is the second part of the interview, so we think you should check out the first part if you haven't already! Intro & Outro derived from "Memorized" by Josh Woodward. Free download: http://joshwoodward.com/ "Memorized" by J…
 
This episode we welcome an Australian Amazon Seller, Jason Hetherington who in 2 short years has built a Million dollar brand selling on Amazon and his own website. Like so many successful sellers, he’s built a raving community fanbase of over 20,000 peeps which has helped with everything from product development, launching new products on Amazon a…
 
Join Indigenous systems ecologist Chels Marshall and facilitator Dr Mariko Smith to discuss how deep cultural knowledge not only overturned the legal fiction of terra nullius but may help reverse the damaging effects of 200 years of Eurocentric land and sea management practice into the future.Eddie Mabo’s native title claim changed the foundation o…
 
Borders shut as Sydney braces for new cases Victoria and Queensland have banned travellers from seven NSW localities as other states and territories tighten restrictions. China attacks reef ‘smear’ China rejects suggestions it played a role in a draft ‘in danger’ ruling for the Great Barrier Reef as ‘groundless smear and slander’. Investigator orde…
 
Nationals open to net zero Coalition deal Senior Nationals MPs are paving the way for a new climate change compromise between the Coalition parties. Flights on exposure list as Sydney cluster grows New Zealand suspends travel bubble with NSW as growing Covid-19 outbreak closes school and residents overwhelm testing clinics. View blue: Turnbull lose…
 
Jules and Jodes are the hosts and creators of the Good Bitch Podcast. They are two hilarious, sassy millennials helping you and their loyal audience - The GB's - navigate this shitstorm called life. At first glance Good Bitch seems to be a podcast about 2 BFFs and their dating life,..but it is so much more than this, as Jules and Stocks find out in…
 
Nationals open to net zero Coalition deal Senior Nationals MPs are paving the way for a new climate change compromise between the Coalition parties. How Nats MPs plotted McCormack’s downfall The plot to remove Michael McCormack was initiated in Canberra three weeks before Barnaby Joyce emerged from the Nationals party room as victor on Monday. Chin…
 
Vaile a victim of cancel culture: Tudge Ideological pressure has forced former deputy prime minister Mark Vaile out of the Univer­sity of Newcastle, Education Minister Alan Tudge says. Fresh alerts, 10 new cases, mask mandate widens Greater Sydney has so far avoided another lockdown, despite the NSW Covid-19 case numbers ballooning to 21, new expos…
 
Fresh alerts, 10 new cases, mask mandate widens Greater Sydney has so far avoided another lockdown, despite the NSW Covid-19 case numbers ballooning to 21, new exposure sites and a sewage alert for 21,500 residents. PM needs a jab on vaccine rollout The federal government is losing credibility with its management of the vaccine rollout and its repe…
 
This week is Refugee Week, so we’re revisiting two stories about the treatment of refugees who’ve come to Australia by boat. For the team at All The Best, this week is a time for reflection about what it means to live on stolen land, in a place where people are incarcerated for seeking safety. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Mask mandate as NSW cluster grows by 10 Greater Sydney has so far avoided another lockdown, despite the state’s Covid-19 case numbers spiking | WATCH QT ‘Stay focused on what matters’ Scott Morrison has warned his Coalition MPs there is no time for ‘individual agendas’, as Barnaby Joyce also addresses the partyroom. PM needs a jab on vaccine rollou…
 
Former F1® driver, three-time Le Mans 24 Hours winner and sports car ace David Brabham talks about being part of a global motor racing dynasty, his F1® racing days with Brabham and Simtek, his success all around the world in tin-tops and the emotions of developing the Brabham BT62 in Australia.על ידי Australian Grand Prix
 
Joyce sworn in as Libs hold line on net zero New Deputy PM is now official as Liberal MP says he hopes his National counterparts will in time come on board over climate change. Scott Morrison’s authority is on the line Scott Morrison cannot retreat on his climate-change pathway – yet the logic of Barnaby Joyce’s victory is defiance of net zero at 2…
 
Nats re-Joyce in power play over carbon policy Barnaby Joyce will demand ­greater control over climate policy in a new pre-election Coalition agreement with Scott Morrison. ‘Border acceptance may soon turn to anger’ International Air Transport Association boss slams “repressive restrictions” as he warns that Australians’ frustrations are building. …
 
Nats re-Joyce in power play over carbon policy Barnaby Joyce will demand ­greater control over climate policy and push for more senior ministerial portfolios in a new pre-election Coalition agreement with Scott Morrison. Ex-Nats leader forced out of uni over coal Mark Vaile has backed out of his appointment as chancellor of the University of Newcas…
 
China’s once untouchable tech billionaires suddenly find themselves in the unfamiliar position of being roughed up the state. Just at the time when the Party needs its homegrown tech firms to sell Xi Jinping’s new ‘lovable’ image of China, previously toothless regulators are issuing billion dollar fines and ordering companies to restructure—or else…
 
Host Brett Phillips was back in the studio for another edition of The First Serve, this week joined by Jedd Zetzer to preview Wimbledon qualifying and discuss the week that has been on the tour. Award winning tennis journalist Linda Pearce joined the show to talk about her favourite Wimbledon memories. Brett and Jedd also took calls from listeners …
 
‘Not Barnaby policy, it’s Nationals policy’ Restored Nationals leader Barnaby Joyce has pledged to stay close to the party on climate and hopes he’s a ‘better person’ after his time on the backbench. McCormack makes a dignified exit Michael McCormack has behaved with grace and courage, with both sides of the house erupting into applause as he finis…
 
‘Not Barnaby policy, it’s Nationals policy’ New National Party leader Barnaby Joyce says he’ll be guided by his colleagues on issues such as net zero by 2050 | WATCH QT McCormack wishes Nats ‘all the best’ Ousted Nationals leader says he respects his colleagues’ ‘democratic decision’ to replace him with Barnaby Joyce. Joyce’s return a huge challeng…
 
PM, Nats MPs line up behind McCormack As Barnaby Joyce plays down the prospect of a Nationals leadership challenge, the Deputy Prime Minister warns ‘destabilising’ MPs. Nats ‘a dysfunctional mess’ The National Party has never shown itself in a more contemptible light than in its ridiculous decision to refuse the services of former deputy PM John An…
 
On this weeks French GP race review, Tommy tricks Snore-Ricard into being good 🧙 Campy accosts young Lando Norris 😤 and James goes into witness protection and misses this weeks pod🕵️ Tune in for "Darren" Riccardo talk and Bottas sympathies. Where all good podcasts are sold. --- Get 15% off of Drops of Juniper Gin here! (Australia only, 18+) --- Sub…
 
Deputy PM vows no retreat as rivals circle Michael McCormack stares down challenge to Nationals leadership, threatening futures of rivals who support unsuccessful spill. Leaders blast Pfizer ‘shambles’ amid vaccine recalibration Vaccine supply a hot topic at today’s national cabinet meeting as WA demands more Pfizer; New exposure sites added for Sy…
 
Cody Jones is a Comedian and co-host of the Flow State Podcast with Broden Minogue (of EP302!). Check out Cody's comedy, the podcast and Bonk City Detectives via the links below. Show notes Follow Cody Jones via Facebook | Instagram | YouTube | Twitter Listen to Flow State Podcast via Main Website | Patreon | Facebook | Instagram | Spotify | Apple …
 
Reuben Styles and Adam Hyde are in the booth this week. You might know them as the young kings that make up the 'computer music' duo known as Peking Duk. These two proud Canberrans give Clancy and Errol the rundown on how the fuck one gets involved in this Australian musical genre that they have helped pioneer. There's a lot of partying and a lot o…
 
Deputy PM vows no retreat as rivals circle Michael McCormack is staring down a challenge to his leadership of the Nationals, threatening the futures of any rivals who support an unsuccessful spill against him. Push for lobbying ban on ex-ministers Nearly a dozen former federal ministers are registered lobbyists or providing ‘strategic advice’ to co…
 
PM in cyber defence push with top spies Scott Morrison has warned that cyber attacks are a constant threat and Australians must understand cyber security is as ‘important as the locks on the front door’ Sydney's new rules as Covid cluster grows Pleas for more testing as masks become compulsory indoors in seven NSW local government areas and Delta c…
 
Support grows for Joyce to lead the Nationals Backers of Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack say Barnaby Joyce is now ‘extremely close’ to gaining majority support of the Nationals party room. Sydney's new rules as Covid cluster grows Pleas for more testing as masks become compulsory indoors in seven NSW local government areas and Delta cluster…
 
This week we go to Snore-Ricard for the French GP. James had a sleep in 💤 Campy eats more humble pie than he can stomach 🥧 and Tommy changes his name to Darren T 🥸 Subscribe to us on YouTube Buy an AUSF1 Tee or Hoodie & support the show Join our F1 Fantasy League --- Follow AUSF1 --- On Discord: https://discord.gg/PQarXNP On Twitter: http://www.twi…
 
New Covid case in Queensland: tracing scramble International flight crew member detected with Delta variant after quarantine went shopping at Brisbane factory outlet before testing positive. Berejiklian government in $500m electric vehicle drive NSW to join Victoria and South Australia in implementing a controversial tax on electric vehicles. Morri…
 
State waits as thousands urged to test quickly NSW’s Health Minister says no further restrictions are needed yet but wants thousands more people to take virus tests, especially for the Bondi cluster. Berejiklian government in $500m electric vehicle push NSW to join Victoria and South Australia in implementing a controversial tax on electric vehicle…
 
State waits as thousands urged to test quickly NSW’s Health Minister suggests no further restrictions are needed yet as thousands of people are urged to consider testing for the Bondi cluster. Military exercises ‘will turn down the heat’ Scott Morrison says the objective of joint military exercises and movements in the Indo-Pacific is to ‘reduce th…
 
‘Ongoing assault’: photo used to cruel recovery As NSW’s Health Minister dismisses lockdown talk despite growing Delta cluster, Queensland authorities deliver a series of devastating hammer blows. Bleak City gets bleaker — can it ever recover? Once the second most liveable city in the world, Melbourne’s vital signs are ebbing away. It’s like the Th…
 
So scientists, what science would you do if ethics were not an issue? We trawl through the mad scientists of Reddit to explore some options!The Wholesome Show is Dr Will Grant and Dr Rod Lamberts, proudly brought to you by The Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science!על ידי The Wholesome Show
 
Sydney CCTV reveals ‘near and present danger’ Sydneysiders urged to be extra cautious indoors as shopping centre CCTV reveals Delta infection ‘took just seconds and centimetres’. PM’s G7 triumph leaves Labor lost for words on climate It is the ALP, not Scott Morrison, now looking isolated in its net-zero emissions narrative. Horror real or imagined…
 
This week we have a look over to America to maybe find some clues on how things work over here. This episode and the next one will be loaded with information and used as a reference point in the future so pay attention! Check out the video footage at youtube.com/biasnewsauעל ידי Bloke in a Suit News
 
Vic records new case, Sydney venues on alert NSW Health adds a string of new venues in Sydney’s eastern suburbs which have been visited by confirmed cases of Covid-19. Christian soldiers fight back in Liberals’ holy war John Howard’s broad church had half its pews pulled out this week – and Christian conservatives are asking why they’re treated lik…
 
Vic records new case, Sydney venues on alert NSW Health adds a string of new venues in Sydney’s eastern suburbs which have been visited by confirmed cases of Covid-19. Christian soldiers fight back in Liberals’ holy war John Howard’s broad church had half its pews pulled out by the South Australian Liberals this week – and Christian conservatives a…
 
PM’s traffic light international border test Foreign students may trial new system as Scott Morrison resists calls to nominate inoculation rate to trigger broader reopening. Could mix-and-match vaccines be more effective? Nation’s top immunisation advisers monitor emerging international evidence that “mixing and matching” vaccines boosts immunity. …
 
Many of the real life survival stories told on this podcast involve people in frightful and desperate scenarios, stranded for days and sometimes weeks on end. This particular story went on for far longer. A Chinese sailor by the name of Poon Lim found himself in one of the worst survival scenarios ever recorded when at the height of World War 2, a …
 
PM’s traffic light international border test Foreign students could be used to trial the new system, as Scott Morrison resists calls to nominate an inoculation rate that would trigger a broader reopening. Covid jab mix-and-match immunity hope The nation’s top advisers are monitoring trials seeking to establish whether a second dose of a different v…
 
‘Fleeting contact’ fears as Sydney masks up School closes, new venue alerts, Qld declares Waverley hot spot and public transport mask rules return as highly-infectious Delta cluster outbreak grows. Elite soldiers ‘covered up’ cliff execution Ben Roberts-Smith conspired with two soldiers to ‘cover up’ the murder of a handcuffed man with an invented …
 
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