Albanese's COVID inquiry is a dirty fix and an opportunity for Labor to evade accountability, Barnaby Joyce joins us from Washington, DC where he and an unlikely alliance are pushing for Julian Assange's release. Plus, more doddery Biden. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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The Albanese government is set to announce a Covid-19 inquiry but why is it not holding a royal commission? Plus, more revelations about just how little face-time Caroline Kennedy is spending in Australia as the US ambassador.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Greed can control our thoughts, actions, and rule over our lives. Pastor Brent Kuhlman joins Bill to explain how we can learn to be content, why money needs to serve us, and what the Bible says about selfishness. Patrick Albanese joins Bill to take a look at Matthew 11:11, how to humbly showcase the skills God has given us, and how He views us. Faith Radio podcasts are made possible by your support. Give now: Click here
#AUSTRALIA: PM Albanese journeying to #PRC after "respectful" meeting with Premier Li Qiang at Jakarta. Scott Mayman, CBSNews https://www.abc.net.au/news/2023-09-07/albanese-to-visit-china-after-meeting-with-li-qiang/102826842 1912: Ningbo
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Paul Murray unleashes on the left-wing establishment media's protection racket of the Albanese government and the Voice ‘Yes' campaign. Plus, Former Prime Minister John Howard joins the program to discuss the upcoming Voice referendum.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chính phủ đã công bố một loạt các cải tổ lớn trong ngành thuốc lá nhằm chống lại những tác động nghiêm trọng của việc hút thuốc đến sức khỏe. Nhưng chính phủ Albanese đang bị cáo buộc bỏ bê sức khỏe môi sinh, Đảng Xanh và Đảng Độc lập tấn công chính sách khí hậu của Đảng Lao động.
Chiến dịch vận động 'NO' với Tiếng nói của người Thổ dân trước Quốc hội đã bị chỉ trích sử dụng các chiến thuật gây sợ hãi để ngăn cản cử tri ủng hộ đề xuất thay đổi hiến pháp của chính phủ. Trong khi đó, chính phủ Albanese đang hoan nghênh những nỗ lực của Lao động cho đến nay trong việc giải quyết tình trạng thiếu lao động nghiêm trọng trong lĩnh vực chăm sóc người già.
The government has announced a suite of major tobacco industry reforms as they fight the serious health impacts of smoking. But at the same time, the Albanese government are being accused of neglecting the health of the environment, with the Greens and Independents attacking Labor's climate policy.
Albanese faces his first major test of leadership as Labor's long-touted Voice continues to tank in the polls. Peter Dutton calls on the PM to abandon the referendum, will he listen? This and more on Paul Murray Live.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The 'no' campaign for an Indigenous Voice to Parliament has come under fire for reportedly using fear tactics to dissuade voters from supporting the government's proposal for constitutional change. Meanwhile, the Albanese government are applauding their efforts so far to address critical labor shortages in the aged care sector.
Úc và Philippines đồng ý tiến hành tuần tra chung ở Biển Đông đang tranh chấp, như một phần của mối quan hệ đối tác chiến lược, tạo nên sự nâng cấp lớn trong quan hệ ngoại giao. Thủ tướng Úc đã tận dụng chuyến đi tới Manila để ủng hộ mạnh mẽ Tổng thống Philippines, khi ông nầy cho rằng nỗ lực của Bắc Kinh nhằm vẽ lại ranh giới lãnh thổ là trái pháp luật. Hai nước cũng đã đạt được thỏa thuận cải thiện thị thực, cho những người Philippines du lịch Úc được làm việc trong thời gian nghỉ lễ, qua chuyến thăm ngắn ngủi một ngày của Thủ tướng tới nước nầy.
We then take a humorous look at news and life with friend Patrick Albanese. Today, Bill and Patrick talk about the many that were looking for answers and seeking out God following the attacks of 9/11 that took place. Then David Myles joins Bill to discuss why Christians don't need to question God's great plan for us, even when we find ourselves in the thick of a trial. Faith Radio podcasts are made possible by your support. Give now: Click here
We're now less than five weeks away from the referendum on the Voice to parliament. But as a new and exclusive poll for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age revealed yesterday, voters continue to walk away from supporting the proposed amendment to the constitution.This comes after Prime Minister Anthony Albanese unveiled the splashy ‘Yes' video campaign, featuring the iconic John Farnham song You're The Voice. And, after the prime minister has stated that we're now in the period when the Yes campaign will be shoring up its support.Today, chief political correspondent David Crowe on just how many voters are swinging away from supporting the ‘Yes' campaign. And why support for the prime minister continues to tank.Subscribe to The Age & SMH: https://subscribe.smh.com.au/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The G20 has issued its strongest statement yet in Russia's invasion of Ukraine, condemning the use of force for territorial gain. But while reaching a consensus on Ukraine dominated the G20 meeting, economic development - and climate change – also figured prominently on the agenda.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has confirmed he will travel to China this year, the first Australian leader to visit the country since Malcolm Turnbull in 2016. The trip will come after trade tariff progress, but major sticking points remain over the detention of Australians in China. - オーストラリアのアンソニー・アルバニージー首相は今年、中国を訪問することを確認しました。これは、2016年のマルコム・ターンブル氏の訪問以来のことです。
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese will become the first Australian leader to visit China in seven years. He hopes his trip can help convince Beijing to drop all restrictions on Australian imports. - Regierungschef Anthony Albanese macht zur Zeit in Außenpolitik. Gerade war er noch in Manila, ist er jetzt beim G20 Gipfel in Neu-Delhi. Er hat aber noch größere Pläne diese Jahr. Auf seiner Reiseliste stehen Washington und auf der Rückreise nach Australien, eine Stippvisite in Peking. Dieser Stopp ist eine Überraschung, denn von warmer Freundschaft zwischen Australien und dem Reich der Mitte kann man aktuell wirklich nicht sprechen. Warum also macht sich Albanese die Mühe, am Tor des Himmlischen Friedens am Tiannamen Platz in Peking anzuklopfen? Diese Frage beantwortet Dieter Herrmann, Chefredakteur der Woche in Australien.
Australia and the Philippines have agreed to conduct joint patrols in the contested South China Sea as part of a strategic partnership constituting a major upgrade of diplomatic ties. Australia's Prime Minister has used the trip to Manila to give strong backing to the Philippines' President, who maintains Beijing's attempts to redraw the territorial boundaries are unlawful. The two countries have also struck a deal to improve visa access for Filipino travelling holiday makers during the Prime Minister's one-day visit to the country.
Thủ tướng Anthony Albanese xác nhận sẽ tới Trung Quốc trong năm nay và sẽ là nhà lãnh đạo Úc đầu tiên đến thăm đất nước này, kể từ ông Malcolm Turnbull vào năm 2016. Chuyến đi sẽ diễn ra sau khi có tiến triển về thuế quan thương mại, nhưng những điểm vướng mắc chính vẫn là việc giam giữ người Úc ở Trung Quốc. Với việc Chủ tịch Trung Quốc Tập Cận Bình quyết định bỏ qua hội nghị thượng đỉnh ASEAN, cuộc gặp đã được bảo đảm trong cuộc hội đàm với Thủ tướng Trung Quốc tại Jakarta, trong bối cảnh toàn cầu lo ngại về sức mạnh quân sự của Bắc Kinh.
El primer ministro Anthony Albanese ha confirmado que viajará a China este año, el primer líder australiano que visita el país desde Malcolm Turnbull en 2016. Dado que el presidente chino, Xi Jingping, decidió no asistir a la cumbre de la ASEAN ni a la reunión del G20, la decisión se tomó durante las conversaciones con el primer ministro chino Li Qiang en Yakarta.
It used to be one of Australia's most beloved brands, synonymous with the national character, and what it means to come home…but now Qantas is the most complained-about company in Australia, and the Albanese government has been dragged into the controversy. So why has Qantas lost the love of the Australian public? And how much collateral damage is being done to the Albanese government? Plus, why pharmacists are heckling the government, and an update on the Voice referendum. Today, reporter on deputy federal editor Stephanie Peatling and chief political correspondent David Crowe join Jacqueline Maley to discuss the week in politics. Subscribe to The Age & SMH: https://subscribe.smh.com.au/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has confirmed he will travel to China this year, the first Australian leader to visit the country since Malcolm Turnbull in 2016. The trip will come after trade tariff progress, but major sticking points remain over the detention of Australians in China. With China's president Xi Jingping electing to skip the ASEAN summit, the meeting was secured during talks with the Chinese Premier in Jakarta, against a backdrop of global concern about Beijing's military power.
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Alex McFarland joins Bill once again, today to talk about having a posture of patience even when the pressures of our life feel unrelenting and leaning in to the Lord during the hard times of life. We then take a humorous look at news and life with friend Patrick Albanese. Today, Bill and Patrick discuss the signs of being old fashioned and the importance of teaching discipline. Faith Radio podcasts are made possible by your support. Give now: Click here
News Weakly – 2nd September, 2023A weekly round-up of the top news stories in Australia, and around the world; punched in the head until they make sense.Written and presented by journalist & comedian Sami Shah (Saturday Paper's The Gadfly, The Chaser Report).TOP STORIES OF THE WEEKAlbanese losing his voice!Also, fuck Alan Joyce in his fucking face!And, gabbing about Gabon!News Weakly is an ad-free listener supported podcast. Just go to patreon.com/samishah to support the podcast!--------- EPISODE KEYWORDS ---------Anthony Albanese, Australian Politics, Indigenous Issues, Voice to Parliament, Racism in Australia, Qantas, Alan Joyce, Corruption, West Africa Coups, French Colonialism, CFA Franc, International Relations, Political Analysis, Uranium Extraction, Political Satire, Current Affairs, Constitutional Change, Government Subsidies, Anti-French Rhetoric, Global Politics Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Australian workplaces are set to change again – with the Albanese government introducing its second round of industrial relations reform since it was elected. It could change conditions for casuals and gig economy workers like food delivery riders – but not everyone is happy. Today, columnist for The Saturday Paper Paul Bongiorno, on what the government has unveiled – and why it's pushing ahead with the reform in the middle of a historic referendum campaign. Socials: Stay in touch with us on Twitter and Instagram Guest: Columnist for The Saturday Paper, Paul Bongiorno.
This week, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese officially revealed the date of the referendum on the Voice to Parliament - October 14. Albanese gave a minimalist speech, focusing on what the Yes campaign says is the simplicity and the modesty of its request for Constitutional recognition of Indigenous people. So how did the launch go? How was it received and what was the political fallout? Plus, the pay rise our federal politicians just received - the largest in nearly a decade. Today, national affairs editor James Massola and chief political correspondent David Crowe join Jacqueline Maley to discuss the week in politics. Cut through the noise of federal politics with news, views and expert analysis. Subscribers can sign up to our weekly Inside Politics newsletter here.Subscribe to The Age & SMH: https://subscribe.smh.com.au/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Book Cougars are thrilled to welcome Laurie Lico Albanese, author of HESTER, our second readalong for Scarlet Summer. Laurie dishes on Hawthorne, shares her inspiration for Isobel, and talks about her writing process. Don't miss our Author Spotlight with Laurie at the end of the episode. Other highlights include: In our “Just Read” segment we talk about DEER SEASON by Erin Flanagan, THE VERY SECRET SOCIETY OF IRREGULAR WITCHES by Sangu Mandanna, THE RED GARDEN by Alice Hoffman, THE WITCHES OF MOONSHYNE MANOR by Bianca Marais, and two short stories: “The Profile” by Willa Cather and “The Wehrwolf” by Alma Katsu. We recap our two-day Biblio Adventure to the Berkshires that included finding Hawthorne's Little Red Cottage, a tour of The Mount, a visit with librarian Nynke Dorhout, an author event with Stacy Schiff in conversation with André Bernard, and a truncated hike up Monument Mountain. In Upcoming Jaunts, we're heading to Salem, Massachusetts to visit The House of the Seven Gables and other Hawthorne historic sites on Wednesday, 8/30. We're also planning on attending a conference on our home turf here in New Haven, Popular Romance Fiction: The Literature of Hope at Yale University on September 8-9th. We hope you enjoy the episode!
Residents outraged as Qld's Kaban wind farm blocks the clear night sky, a proposed Australia-NZ merger is exactly what this nation doesn't need. Plus, the Albanese government won't honour their word on asylum seekers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We take a humorous look at news and life with friend Patrick Albanese. Today, Bill and Patrick talk about the comfort of knowing where to search for wisdom and asking for what we truly need. Then Dr. Holly L. Geyer joins Bill to outline how overdoses commonly take place, having the hard discussions when it comes to drug addiction, and why family is often the last line of support. Faith Radio podcasts are made possible by your support. Give now: Click here
In today's Big Picture' episode with Pete Wargent we take an in-depth look at the complexities of Australia's housing market, economic trends, the impact of generational wealth transfer, and the ripple effects of various factors on the country's economy. Whether you're an investor, a homeowner, or just a curious mind, this monthly deep-dive promises to keep you informed and ahead of the curve. Big Picture Podcast with Pete Wargent Today we scrutinize the Labor Party's ambitious project to build 1.2 million homes and the myriad challenges this initiative faces, such as a shortage of skilled labor and building materials. The Labor Party's aim to build 1.2 million homes in Australia. o There are potential challenges such as skilled labor shortage and material scarcity. ● The impact of peak dwelling completion and the issues arising from poorly constructed units. ● The ripple effects of employment, inflation, and fluctuating interest rates on Australia's economy ● Predictions from leading economists and the recalibration of property value and interest rate forecasts by our major banks o Most forecasts now suggest that interest rates will not rise further o After months of property prices rising, banks have finally updated their forecasts ● The significant generational wealth transfer from the baby boomers to younger generations o The wealth amassed by the baby boomer generation, primarily in residential real estate, and how to effectively pass this wealth onto future generations o The implications of baby boomer parents assisting their children in accommodation on Australia's property markets and wealth inequality o Instilling good financial habits in children, drawing a strong association between work and earning, and emphasizing the importance of structuring wealth transfer to avoid future complications. Links and Resources: Metropole's Strategic Property Plan – to help both beginning and experienced investors Get a bundle of free reports and eBooks – www.PodcastBonus.com.au Pete Wargent's blog Some of our favorite quotes from the show: “If we've got all these people, what about the schools? What about the hospitals? What about the aged care? Lots of issues.” – Michael Yardney “There's been five, six months of rising property prices and now all the banks are suggesting that values will keep increasing for a couple of years.” – Michael Yardney “If you don't fail, you'll never reach the level of success that you're capable of attaining.” – Michael Yardney PLEASE LEAVE US A REVIEW Reviews are hugely important to me because they help new people discover this podcast. If you enjoyed listening to this episode, please leave a review on iTunes - it's your way of passing the message forward to others and saying thank you to me. Here's how
An inquiry into the worsening rental crisis in Australia has heard moving testimony about the impact of unaffordable rent hikes, evictions and poor building standards on renters. Earlier this month the national cabinet unveiled a new plan to fix this crisis, which the prime minister, Anthony Albanese, calls ‘a better deal for renters'. Reporter Cait Kelly on what this new plan, labelled ‘smoke and mirrors' by the Greens, will do for renters
Các lớp học thêm (catch-up classes) dành cho học sinh gặp khó khăn sẽ được chính phủ Albanese ưu tiên, sau kết quả NAPLAN cho thấy cứ ba học sinh thì có một em trượt kỳ thi đọc viết và toán trong năm nay.
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Silenced scientists speak out, voting system slammed for double standards, Albanese's son caught in nepotism row, Republican hopefuls clash in debate. Plus, Jason Morrison joins the show to discuss barristers pitch for ‘truth serum' to be used for killers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Australia is ageing rapidly, and our country will look very different by the turn of this century. That's the prediction laid out in the government's latest intergenerational report, which forecasts the state of the nation. So, what vision does Labor have in guiding Australia into the future? And how urgently are they addressing these issues? Today, contributing editor for The Monthly Rachel Withers on what she learned at Labor's conference about their plans for the future. Socials: Stay in touch with us on Twitter and Instagram Guest: Contributing editor to The Monthly, Rachel Withers.
Bolt exposes the censorship on the Voice No campaign, frightening new evidence that Albanese government's shift to wind and solar power is going up in flames. Plus, Patrick Christys with the latest on the Royal Family feud.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How can Australia avoid being dragged into a war with China? Is building up our own military the best way to manage what is, diplomatically speaking, a relationship with a “frenemy”? And not just any frenemy, but one armed with nuclear weapons? This is Australia's current tactic, cemented on Monday, when the Albanese government announced that it was going ahead with its plan to buy cruise missiles from the United States. Even though Beijing has previously claimed that our acquisition of these missiles would be “triggering a regional arms race”. Today, international and political editor Peter Hartcher, on what Kevin Rudd, now the Australian ambassador to the United States, has said about how we should navigate what he's called “the decade of living dangerously”.Subscribe to The Age & SMH: https://subscribe.smh.com.au/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Albanese blurring lines on his approach to nuclear, Gary Johns fronts up after his 'learn English' comment gains harsh criticism. Plus, the evidence against the Biden family is building day by day.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
La 49ª Conferencia Nacional Laborista ha concluido este fin de semana, donde el partido busca determinar su plataforma política sobre temas clave para los votantes en el futuro. El primer ministro Albanese se enfrentó al partido, a la nación y a sus críticos mientras el costo de vida, el clima y las crisis de vivienda se ciernen sobre todo el país. El politólogo Ferrán Martínez i Coma analiza para SBS Spanish las claves más destacadas de esta importante cita.
We take a humorous look at news and life with friend Patrick Albanese. Today, Bill and Patrick discuss when God intervenes by protecting us from things we couldn't see at the time. We open up “Ask the Professor,” as former Professor Mark Muska from the University of Northwestern-St. Paul joins Bill once again. Today they talk about saying no to temptation and yes to Christ. Faith Radio podcasts are made possible by your support. Give now: Click here
Albanese gets a cool reception, Labor's national conference underway, Hillsong founder not guilty of cover up. Plus, Albanese nowhere to be seen with Matildas post semi-final game.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sports journalist & writer for Newsday Laura Albanese joins Dylan Campione & Nicho Fernandez on today's episode!! Hear all about Laura's experience getting into the journalism industry, covering the two New York Baseball teams & her thoughts on the current state of the Mets and Yankees. Thanks so much for joining us Laura, really appreciate all the time, stories, insight & hoping for a better last few months of NY Baseball this year! Great news! Side Retired is now partnered with Seatgeek! For all ticketing needs go to Seatgeek.com and use promo code SIDERETIREDPOD in all capitals for $20 off your first order! We've got you covered from all things ranging from sporting events to concerts including MLB & NFL. Yes, this means we are officially taking you out to the ballgame!
We take a humorous look at news and life with friend Patrick Albanese. Today, Bill and Patrick talk about our approach to sharing Christ with others and the disciplines in life that are not exciting but yet necessary. Then David Myles joins Bill to share about the wisdom we find in Isaiah 30:20-22 and choosing to trust that God's working even when we don't see it or understand it. Faith Radio podcasts are made possible by your support. Give now: Click here
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