Am Montag wird der 75. Jahrestag der Eröffnung des Einwanderer-Auffanglagers in Bonegilla, in Victoria, gefeiert. Es wird dort eine Veranstaltung mit Gästen und Reden abgehalten, denn für etwa 300-Tausend Nachkriegseinwanderer aus Europa war Bonegilla die erste Station in Australien. Oswald Sturm - geboren 1932 - kam 1959 mit seiner Frau Helga und seinem Sohn Peter - damals 5 - als Facharbeiter aus Deutschland nach Melbourne. Nach 6 Wochen Überfahrt verbrachte die Familie ihre ersten Tage im Immigration Camp Bonegilla. Der mittlerweile 90-Jährige wohnt nun in der Nähe von Bundaberg, in Queensland. SBS Radio Korrespondentin Katharina Loesche hat mit diesem Zeitzeugen gesprochen:
Kommt mit in eine der tollsten Städte der Welt! Die besten irischen Pubs, malerische Architektur, Top-Restaurants und -Cafés, ein 1A-Nachtleben, liebe Menschen, historische Kirchen, Parks, Museen und nur ein paar Minuten außerhalb: spektakuläre Klippen, wildes Meer, grüne Natur und Irland wie aus dem Bilderbuch. Wo steppt der Bär, wo kann man durchatmen, wo essen die Einheimischen? Hier erfahrt ihr es. Wir führen euch durch historische Wohngebiete, vorbei an viel zu guter Straßenmusik, zu allem, was ihr von Irland wollen könntet. Und zum Finale nehmen wir euch mit auf einen der schönsten Friedhöfe Welt und lösen das Rätsel von Halloween! Ihr denkt: Dublin ist eine der besten Städte der Welt? Wir sagen: Ja! Und erklären euch, wie ihr sie in allen Facetten erleben könnt. Diese Folge entstand mit freundlicher Unterstützung von Tourism Ireland. Werbung: Die ADAC Kreditkarte: Die ideale Begleitung im Alltag und auf Reisen. Ob im Koffer oder Portemonnaie: Dank individuell zubuchbarer Pakete vollgepackt mit attraktiven Leistungen! Mehr Infos: https://www.adac.de/produkte/finanzdienstleistungen/kreditkarte Bundaberg: Eine echte Weltklasse-Limonade aus… Australien! Das Familienunternehmen aus dem gleichnamigen Ort an der Ostküste braut jede Flasche ihrer Limo mit echten Früchten, ohne Alkohol. Egal ob Ginger Brew, Blood Orange Brew und Lemon Brew - Bundaberg ist echte Premium-Limo und ein Stück Australien. Brewed to taste better: https://linktr.ee/Bundaberg_deutschland
Zusammen durch das Herz des Traum-Kontinents: Wilde Krokodile, tausende bunte Vögel, Mega-Strände, rote Erde, endlose Straßen - das ist das Northern Territory in AUSTRALIA! Mit einem Jeep sind wir durch diese einmalige Wunderwelt gefahren und haben 100 Geschichten und 1000 Tipps mitgebracht. Wo ist der beste Wasserfall? Wo gibt es das beste Essen? Was sollte man beachten? Der legendäre Kakadu Nationalpark, versteckte Badestellen, die besten Hotels, Tiere bis zum Abwinken, ganze Felder aus pinken Lotusblüten auf malerischen Flüssen, romantische Dinner-Cruises, Familien-Camping, natürlich auch der legendäre Uluru (Ayer's Rock) und: ein tiefer Einblick in die Kultur und das Leben der Aboriginal People. Gewonnen haben wir ihn auf einer Wanderung, die wir nie vergessen werden, und in einer Region, die mehr als jede andere für DAS Australien steht, von dem wir alle träumen. Was für eine Reise! Was für eine Folge! Recherchiert und aufgenommen vor Ort in Darwin, in Down Under! Für Euch! Von Euren Abenteurern Michi und Jochen. „Diese Folge entstand mit freundlicher Unterstützung von Tourism Australia.“ Werbung: Unsere Partner bei dieser Folge sind unsere Freunde von Bundaberg - eine echte Weltklasse-Limonade aus… Australien! Das Familienunternehmen aus dem gleichnamigen Ort an der Ostküste des Landes braut jede Flasche ihrer Limo genau so lange, bis sie perfekt ist - mit echten Früchten, ohne Alkohol, in der einmaligen Flaschenform. Bundaberg zu trinken ist wie ein Kurzurlaub in Down Under oder die perfekte Belohnung für besondere Momente mit besonderen Menschen. Egal ob Ginger Brew, Blood Orange Brew und Lemon Brew - Bundaberg ist echte Premium-Limo - Brewed to taste better. Alle Infos hier: https://linktr.ee/Bundaberg_deutschland
Corey Parker excited about Bathurst and Lee Holdsworth previews the action. Plus, Bundaberg moves from rum production...to pot!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Keith Pitt, Australian MP and Joel Riddle CEO of Tamboran join Liberty & Justice Episode 34. Great discussions about the opportunities and challenges facing Australia, one of the most important US allies. This episode was recorded at CPAC Australia in Sydney, NSW, Australia. Watch every episode of Liberty & Justice at http://www.whitaker.tv.Keith Pitt is the Federal Member for Hinkler. Since he was elected in 2013 he has continued to work hard to deliver for the residents in Bundaberg, Hervey Bay and all the small townships in between.Keith entered politics to be a strong local voice for regional Australia and his focus is on attracting more investment to the region to help build a stronger regional economy and bring more job opportunities now and into the future. https://keithpitt.com.au/Joel Riddle joined Tamboran Resources as Chief Executive Officer in 2013.He has more than 17 years' experience in the upstream oil and gas industry and was previously with Cobalt International Energy, where he worked closely with executive management in the initial evaluation and implementation of the exploration growth strategy in the Gulf of Mexico and West Africa, playing an instrumental role in Cobalt's $1 billion initial public offering in 2009 and subsequent capital raising efforts in 2010 and 2011.Mr Riddle also served various technical and leadership roles at ExxonMobil, Unocal and Murphy Oil. Mr Riddle holds a Bachelor of Science with Honors in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Florida and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Chicago. https://www.tamboran.com/team/mr-joel-riddle/Matthew G. Whitaker was acting Attorney General of the United States (2018-2019). Prior to becoming acting Attorney General, Mr. Whitaker served as Chief of Staff to the Attorney General. He was appointed as the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Iowa by President George W. Bush, serving from 2004-2009. Whitaker was the managing partner of Des Moines based law firm, Whitaker Hagenow & Gustoff LLP from 2009 until rejoining DOJ in 2017. He was also the Executive Director for FACT, The Foundation for Accountability & Civic Trust, an ethics and accountability watchdog, between 2014 and 2017. Mr. Whitaker is Author of the book--Above the Law, The Inside Story of How the Justice Department Tried to Subvert President Trump. Buy Matt's book here: https://amzn.to/3IXUOb8Mr. Whitaker graduated with a Master of Business Administration, Juris Doctor, and Bachelor of Arts from the University of Iowa. While at Iowa, Mr. Whitaker was a three-year letterman on the football team where he received the prestigious Big Ten Medal of Honor.Mr. Whitaker is now a Co-Chair of the Center for Law and Justice at America First Policy Institute and a Senior Fellow at the American Conservative Union Foundation. Matt is on the Board of Directors for America First Legal Foundation and is a Senior Advisor to IronGate Capital Advisors. He is also Of Counsel with the Graves Garrett law firm. Whitaker appears regularly to discuss legal and political issues on Fox News, Newsmax and other news outlets. He splits his time between Iowa, Florida and Washington, D.C.
Lady Elliot Island is a destination that epitomises eco-centric tourism. It is a true reflection of the dedication, hard work, focus and drive afforded to her by so many people over the years, past and present, and none more so than the island's current custodian, Peter Gash.I am elated to host Peter on the show and discuss not only his success in realising his dreams so far but also the island's successes. Peter has dedicated a lifetime to the islands in this region and first visited Lady Elliot as a child, and was instantly struck by its beauty and mysticism.Lady Elliot is approximately 80 kilometres northeast of Bundaberg and is nestled between Fraser Island and Lady Musgrave Island. The is also the closest Great Barrier Reef island to Brisbane, Queensland's southern capital. lady Elliot Island lies within a Marine National Park ‘Green Zone' and forms part of Australia's World Heritage Listed Area on the Great Barrier Reef.Though I'm yet to visit Lady Elliot Island, I can tell there is something very special about this location. Obviously, it is stunning; a spectacular tropical destination that's apart from the bustle of everyday life, not to mention a scuba diver's dream; but it's much more than that. Through minimal digital connectivity, it forces visitors to put down their smartphones and realise the beauty of a moment, our earth, our ocean and our home - but not viewed through a screen enhanced by Photoshop and alike. Much more importantly, Lady Elliot is not an example, but THE example of what we can do for our earth and its inhabitants when we focus, dedicate and commit to doing the right thing.As for the man making this happen, you won't find him on social media at all, he's far too busy working on the next major project and looking after this island paradise. You can, however, read more about him on their webpage, better still, go and pay him a visit!!Scuba GOAT is an independent production and can be found across all social media platforms. Are you a dive pro or operator? Do you know your location? Do you want to increase your customer base? If the answer is yes, get in touch as we would love to host you on the show and help raise awareness of your operations and/ or passions. Simply fill out the form found on our LinkTree.
“I realised how important it was to connect with people. Number one, physically in person and how important a genuine, authentic connection is to me, rather than just having lots of acquaintances.Cause with yachting and everything, I met so many awesome people all around the world, but it was kind of - it felt very surface level. Like that was something I really struggled with working on yachts, cause you're always just seeing people for a fleeting moment, because your yacht's going and then someone else is on another charter and then they're just getting back and you're always just like, quickly like ‘Ships in the Night', quite literally.But that connection piece became really, really important. I wanted to connect with people and be like really good friends and have more than superficial conversations. So finding Feel Good Dips was just amazing and really instrumental in that. And that's where I kind of had another light bulb moment where I was like, connection is important to me, the cooking class is important to me. Why don't I combine the two and create conscious connection dinners.”Episode #93 of The Hope Initiative with Sheriden Hackney.I met Sheriden Hackney one Wednesday morning at Feel Good Dips in Middle Park. As I went to leave the cafe we were sat in - across from each other but in seperate conversations - I said my goodbyes to a group of strangers, and she made a comment that I looked familiar! We had a brief and nice conversation, where she mentioned she was hosting a dinner that coming Sunday, and had one ticket left! I told her that normally I visit my parents for dinner on a Sunday (the truth but also somewhat of a cover incase I let my fears of cooking with strangers get the better of me) but that I'd think about it. A few hours later, I listened to one of my favourite podcasts' latest episode titled, Serendipity. The overarching message? “Make space for serendipity”. I bought a ticket to Conscious Connections that day, made some gnocchi and told some terrible jokes that Sunday, and truly found serendipity in the space created with such care by Sheriden.I asked her to be a guest on the podcast on the way out that night, and in this conversation, it was the 3rd time we'd spoken.It was my absolute pleasure and I am very grateful to Sheriden for sharing stories, her thoughts on the world and doing all that she does!And I hope you enjoy listening.Much love, RienSHOW LINKSFollow Conscious Connections on Instagram!Read more about it and book an upcoming night via ccdinners.comFeel Good DipsSome brilliant Bundaberg Ginger Beer content on the YouTubesFollow and connect with the podcast on Instagram and Twitter.Music by Jess Fairlie.
Atemberaubende Schönheit, Essen zum Niederknien (von Pommes bis Sterne-Küche), Spitzen-Kultur und liebenswerte Menschen. Brügge ist Belgiens, vielleicht sogar Europas, schönste Perle. Nah dem Meer und mit so vielen super Restaurants, Museen, Plätzen, Grachten, Brücken, Parks sowie historischen Bauten, das nur ein einziger Spaziergang (bei Tag oder im Schein der Straßenlaternen) reichen würde, um sich zu verlieben. Aber aber da ist noch so viel mehr. Wir schenken Euch mega Geheimtipps und alle Klassiker, sprich: den perfekten Wegweiser durch einen Ort, der mit rund 115.000 Einwohnern sowohl Metropolen- als auch Kleinstadt-Flair versprüht. Große Film-Erfolge wurden hier gedreht, weit gereiste Künstler haben sich hier niedergelassen, Idealisten, Schöngeistige. Sie wohnen in bildhübschen Häusern, die sich ebenso spiegeln in den vielen Kanälen und Flüssen wie die riesigen Trauerweiden und Sehenswürdigkeiten. Ein Wochenende? Ein Tagesausflug? Ein ganzer Urlaub? Pommes? Fine Dining? Schokolade oder Bier? Brügge hat viele Stärken. Und alle erinnern sie uns daran, wie gut das Leben sein kann. Diese Folge entstand mit freundlicher Unterstützung von VISIT FLANDERS. Werbung: Unser Partner bei dieser Folge ist Bundaberg - eine echte Weltklasse-Limonade, auch für Radtouren und Wanderungen! Das Familienunternehmen aus dem gleichnamigen Ort an der Ostküste des Landes braut jede Flasche ihrer Limo genau so lange, bis sie perfekt ist - mit echten Früchten, ohne Alkohol, in der einmaligen Flaschenform. Bundaberg zu trinken ist wie ein Kurzurlaub in Down Under oder die perfekte Belohnung für besondere Momente mit besonderen Menschen. Egal ob Ginger Brew, Blood Orange Brew und Lemon Brew - Bundaberg ist echte Premium-Limo - Brewed to taste better. Alle Infos hier: https://linktr.ee/Bundaberg_deutschland
Finding a solid area to invest during this market is getting harder and harder, especially one that has a median house price under $400k with a solid rental yield. As always Arjun and his team have been diving deep into the data combing through the 1000+ towns & cities around the country to find where the gold might be buried. This episode we discuss Bundaberg, the town famous for rum and ginger beer, parked about 370km up the coast from Brisbane. Is this a town you'd want to look into further? Get in touch with Arjun and his team today: https://www.investorkit.com.au/ Join Todd Sloan and a different industry leader each week, as they open up the topics you want to know more about to become a savvy investor. Want more help understanding how to buy property faster and for less? Get your copy of Todd Sloan's book today: Booktopia: https://www.booktopia.com.au/australia-s-home-buying-guide-todd-sloan/book/9780648980490.html?source=pla&zsrc=go-nz-allstock&gclid=Cj0KCQjwnJaKBhDgARIsAHmvz6f55Kw-l0pKCn0DMNj0TND2qN863sQQR56p98sXAjOUgBQSpwDDQ0waAtLsEALw_wcB Dymocks: https://www.dymocks.com.au/book/australias-home-buying-guide-by-todd-sloan-9780648980490?gclid=Cj0KCQjwnJaKBhDgARIsAHmvz6etuq25nQ2CSirN8z-UHAIshbp5MxeuD7ECMvs5Oghg2Pab34Fyl0QaAuQhEALw_wcB YouTube Pizza & Property: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgXX6ibW7WEFbWkf-jslDvQ?view_as=subscriber Facebook Pizza & Property: https://www.facebook.com/Pizza-and-Property-2111096335696398/?modal=admin_todo_tour ASK YOUR LISTENER QUESTION BY VISITING THE WEBSITE BELOW Website: https://www.pizzaandproperty.com/ Disclaimer: All discussions are general in nature and should never be considered financial advice, please seek your own professional financial advice. The content displayed on the website, podcast and blog is the intellectual property of the Pizza and Property. You may not reuse, republish, or reprint such content without our written consent.
AJ and Rhys review a big week of rugby league. They start by looking at The League Scene championship as the Roosters thrashed the Broncos and look at the return to form of Luke Keary. They also analyse Cam Munster's dynamic fullback display as the Storm smashed an out of form Titans. AJ timewarps to the 80's to review an epic clash between Manly and Parra. Super Saturday saw wins to Souths, Penrith and Cronulla as the boys analyse Ricky Stuart's dramatic attack on Jaeman Salmon. Sunday's slate saw NRL arrive to Bundaberg which saw the Cowboys overcome a big struggle to defeat the Bulldogs. Before we conclude with Tank Bowl 18 between the Tigers and the Knights (which lived up to all expectations). This is before we dissect Graham Annesley's briefing and award our LOLCOW's of the Week.
Stewart Marfleet suffered severe injuries in a 4wding accident that left him a paraplegic. Following this he has accumulated extensive experience working as a mechanic in remote regions in the Northern Territory before returning to Bundaberg and making a start in the lawn mowing industry. Brendan King helped raise awareness and funds for Stewart to get him started.
Ps Marcus Ahern currently lives in Cairns, Australia, and has been an itinerant Bible Teacher for over forty years both in Australia and overseas. Wherever he has been he has always encouraged the local church to flourish where they are and contribute to their local church outreach and work. Today, after much prayer, he begins with a prophecy to Citicoast church and to Bundaberg overall. He tells us that there will be much change and, with change, some new things come but some old things are lost and stay lost. He encourages us to trust God in that and accept change in good grace.He then proceeds to discuss any desires that we might have. He warns us that if those desires come out of our own hearts then we might not achieve them. However, if God has spoken them then they will come to pass no matter what. God's way is always best. He refers to 2 Samuel 23:5 .....“If my house were not right with God, surely he would not have made with me an everlasting covenant,arranged and secured in every part; surely he would not bring to fruition my salvation and grant me my every desire."These words provide the whole basis for the rest of the message but many other Scriptures are also used as Ps Marcus details what God can, and will, do for us. He reinforces the fact that God's covenants are everlasting, eternal. He will not break them and they must come to pass. This is not just for the writer of that Scripture but it's for us.There is much more! From this message today we can gain more confidence in God and who He says He is and How he will act. He brings order, not chaos. How He acts will not be disorganised and random. If our desires come from God we can trust that our desires will be secured and have peace while looking towards them being fulfilled.Don't miss out on the details so that you will gain more faith and trust in our Father God.
Welcome to the Hidden Histories series of the Bundaberg Now podcast, where we shine a spotlight on the historic buildings and infrastructure in our region.Listen as we uncover memories, mysterious stories and bizarre facts about some of our most iconic buildings.The Old Bundaberg Fire Station is set to once again serve the community with big plans from new owners, Bridges Health and Community Care.
Welcome to this episode of Just Havin a Crack.Today we speak to journalist Pat Welsh. Growing up in Bundaberg Pat was living the life of a country kid in a great family unit.An opportunity to work at the Courier Mail eventually led Pat to move from Bundaberg to Brisbane and take a position up with channel 7.This quickly became Pat's passion, journalism. Pat's career led him to some of the great sporting events all over the world, making friends along the way.Pat's most publisized friendship is with iconic Australian Golfer Greg Norman.Without doubt, Pat's sliding door moment was applying for a job at the courier mail and not getting the position. Without that who knows where he may of landed?
Brand new gold this week as returning champion Dane Simpson returns to tell us about Bundaberg. First we head back to Wagga to revisit the world's greatest Facebook group Wagga Thumbs Up Thumbs Down. Then we learn about the Bundy Rum factory, and hear a heartwarming story about an old man who loves his Bundy. We hear about a kid who gets more than he bargained for when he wins a lucky dip at the local fair, and learn how Bundaberg had its very own Doctor Death. Then we lighten the mood up as Dane quizzes us on all things Wagga. Lot of gold in this ep. Give it a listen, send it to your friends, leave a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. https://linktr.ee/CommunityNoticeboardPodcast
Bundaberg's own Kalki State School have created their very own song and film clip. Titled The Kalki Drum, this song inspires while showcasing the amazing talent of the humble little state school. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Geçtiğimiz haftalarda Türkiye'den Queensland'in Bundaberg şehrine göçen Dr Gizem Pehlivan, uçağa binmeden önce yarı espriyle paylaştığı “Türkiye bir doktor kaybetti, Avustralya bir doktor kazandı” mesajının havadayken sosyal medyada fırtınalar koparmasını anlattı.
My special guest on today's episode is Bundaberg artist and educator Jess Newitt. In this episode Jess shares with us many key principles to artistic success including her commitment to being a lifelong learner and the need for creative collaboration. Jess has been part of The Confident Brush painting community and our Art Biz A-Z program for the last 18 months. During this time we've seen her grow and flourish while creating a life and business that she loves and one that inspires her students. You'll love this episode. About JessJess is a Bundaberg artist and educator who has been teaching at local high schools for 19 years. In 2021 Jess found time to focus on her own artistic practice which developed into a business that includes original artworks, commissions, courses, workshops and products. Jess offers private art classes and runs local workshops for a variety of artforms including watercolour, mixed media painting, animation and therapeutic art. She collaborates with Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery and Artisans 4670 to offer a variety of free and paid workshops for the local community. Jess has an intuitive approach to art making which is both experimental and expressive. She works with mixed media and loves to experiment with layering paints, impasto, inks, flow mediums and paint markers. Her creative flow is inspired by the beauty of nature, music, unconscious emotions and exploring the vibrational energy of colour. Jess is also studying art therapy and sees art as a modality for healing, creating change and self-expression. Jess currently offers a variety of workshops that focus on intuitive arts practices. Uncork Your Imagination is a three-hour relaxed workshop where you explore background techniques, mark making skills and then you can create your own original work on canvas. Whimsical watercolours is her workshop where you explore how to use a variety of drawing and painting media in an abstract and colourful way. Her Abstract Botanical course runs for four consecutive weeks and explores how to create layered abstract floral forms, colour theory and composition skills. If this episode inspires you, leave a review and share your biggest takeaway with me. And while you've got your phone out, make sure to follow me on Instagram @natalieparkerstudio to see behind the scenes of how I run my art business so that you can be inspired to pursue your creative dream too.Links mentioned in today's episode:Art Biz Start-Up Series - Starts 4th AugustJess Newitt WebsiteJess Newitt Instagram LEARN MORE FROM NATALIE PARKER:ART COURSES | ARTWORK | INSTAGRAM | FACEBOOK
QNEWS - JULY 24 VK4 ON AIR 2022 ------------------------------------------------------------* WHY DIDN'T YOUR CLUB TELL QNEWS ABOUT AMATEUR RADIO THIS WEEK? BOTH SUNSHINE COAST AND REDCLIFFE CLUBS DID ------------------------------------------------------------* THE FOLLOWING NEWS CAN BE HEARD FROM OUR AUDIO SERVICE based in BRISBANE, OLYMPIC CITY 2031, RIGHT NOW:- www.vk7ax.id.au/wianews/ OR www.wiaq.org.au Importantly remember to download from the site by COT (Close of Transmission) Mondays. Also search QNEWS (make sure it IS the Ham Radio QNEWS) in your podcast app. ------------------------------------------------------------* VK4 SILENT KEYS @ WIA YEAR COMMENCING MAY 2022 SK CALL SK NAME DATE ADVISED BY VK4MBH Keith Allison 03/06/2022 (vk4vp) VK4AVF Des Flor 13/06/2022 (vk4hit) VK4DV Merv Deakin 18/06 (vk4cnq - vk4zz) VK4SO Les Parker 21/06 (vk4atc) VK4AJL George Glendinning 22/06 (vk4zz) VK4NW Warwick Marshallsea 14/07/ (vk4vp) VK4ET/5WC Tony Van Lysdonk 16/07/ (vk4vp) This is Gordon VK4VP Extremely sad news today as we have to advise of 2 Sunshine Coast club members passing away within 36hrs of each other. Warwick Marshallsea VK4NW passed away in his sleep on July 14th after a short illness. Warwick or Wazza as he was known was a long time club member of over 15 years and was extremely active working on the clubs repeaters. Wazza was responsible for securing our Noosa Heads and Black Mountain repeater sites and was also net control for our 6m repeater. He had connections with the Wagga Amateur Radio Club as he lived and worked in Wagga for the local Electricity network and when he moved to Queensland he worked for SEQEB. He moved up near Bundaberg but later moved to the Sunshine Coast and then Morayfield. Last year he moved into assisted living at Buderim. Wazza was a larger than life character and was always ready to help or if it involved repeaters - take over (but in a helpful way). Whenever we had an event that required comms support he was ready to take it on and work tirelessly through the event. He was Secretary of the club from 2011 up until 2019 when he embarked on his bucket list trip circumnavigating Australia over 12 months. He was constantly updating us with photos and stories so he was really having a good time. Tony Van Lysdonk VK4ET/VK5WC died as a result of a single vehicle accident on the morning of July 16th. Tony was a well-liked and valuable club member that was always smiling and ready to help out. For the past 2 years he helped set up for our SunFest event which entailed a 2 hr drive each way from his home in Kilkivan but he was always there early and stayed to the end, this is the type of bloke he was. Tony had been in SA and hence the VK5 call and moved to the Gympie region and was a regular visitor to SCARC and also a member of the Gympie club and served on their committee. He was also supporting the Lightning Ridge Radio Club. Only a couple of years ago he was able to buy a house at Kilkivan and was really enjoying his time out there with partner Carol and had was just about to start working for the rural Fire Brigade. Tragically Tony died on the way to his first day working with the Fire Brigade. Vale Warwick VK4NW and Tony VK4ET -------------------------------------------------------------* CLUBBING -------------------------------------------------------------* Redcliffe and Districts radio club. www.wia.org.au/clubs/vk4/RedcliffeAndDistrictRadioClub/ Hello, it's John Saunders (VK4BZ) from the Redcliffe and Districts Radio Club once again. Last week I told you about the Amateur Radio display at Altronics, Unit 2/1870 Sandgate Road, Virginia, coming up on Saturday 6th August. Yes, the Redcliffe and Districts Radio Club is always seeking ways to be actively out and about in the community promoting the hobby. We make contacts face-to-face, not just over the air, otherwise the only people we tell about how great our hobby is…is ourselves. So, what am I getting at? Hmmm, people wonder that quite a lot about me, actually! What we're asking is that if you have a friend or family member who is even remotely interested in Amateur Radio or electronics, or computing, or four-wheel driving or anything that involves communications technology – and you're in the North Brisbane area – why not invite them along on Saturday 6th August to Altronics Virginia. Let them come along, talk to someone else about Amateur Radio, all the while stuffing a delicious snag into their mouth washed down by a softie from the fridge. How much better can it get? You tell me! So once again – Saturday 6th August, at Altronics, Unit 2/1870 Sandgate Road, Virginia. Or just check out the Club website for details. www.wia.org.au/clubs/vk4/RedcliffeAndDistrictRadioClub/ This is John Saunders, VK4BZ for Redcliffe and Districts Radio Club. --------------------------------------------------------------------* Hello, I'm Geoff Emery, VK4ZPP, and I've been thinking. It is a good feeling when the ducks all line up, so to speak, and something that you hoped you could do becomes reality. So it was, last week, when I found that I had an afternoon when I had a few hours to indulge myself. I proverbially blew the dust off the soldering iron and took one of the kits I have and indulged in some electronic construction. Now most of us who get the electronics bug in some way and particularly those whose home is amateur radio, building items to enhance our activities does bring a sense of achievement when the project is complete and working. I managed to get a lot of the components mounted and have a few tasks yet to complete before I can try out this project but it certainly gave a warm glow of satisfaction to have progressed to the stage where completion is a real outcome rather than just a hope. Obviously, there must be many others and we do hear the calls for new enthusiasts for help in skilling themselves in various activities that we call home brew. It is one of those things that can be done within clubs or individually and the satisfaction of helping others produce something that they can claim as their own gives its own reward. Most of us who have been playing with things electrical will have all the basic tools required and there is always a place where projects can be laid out and constructed. How many of us get the opportunity or indeed, make the opportunity to share this part of our interest with others? How many of us are willing to share our skills to see another person grow in their enjoyment of this recreation? How many of us can share our experience of coaching others in the hands-on, practical side of AR? A lot of people find an interest in learning skills to support their hobbies by information on the net and particularly the video sharing services. There is more material available than any one person can absorb in several lifetimes but the big issue is many of the articles contain wrong or partial information, poor knowledge of the subject or bad construction techniques. This is where the personal approach is vitally important to ensure that safety is observed and proper methods are used. A classic failure that I have seen in videos is the person soldering by melting the solder and then carrying the molten material to the joint on the tip of the iron. In trade circles this is guaranteed to get you a reputation for producing dogs droppings as the joint is not properly heated, the flux has evaporated and the solder does not penetrate and adhere correctly. The use of power tools that gets demonstrated by some of the self-taught masters of the video art is frightening for the lack of concern for personal safety and undue wear on the equipment. Here is an opportunity that can be taken within clubs or by us individually to help grow a better, more knowledgeable and satisfied group of constructors. I'm Geoff Emery VK4ZPP and that's what I think… how about you? ------------------------------------------------------------* 2022 Social Scene VK4 - August 6 Redcliffe Club hold Radio display at Altronics Virginia 8.30 AM (vk4bz) VK4 - Redcliffe Club Car Boot Sale Saturday 20th August 9am club house Macfarlane Park, Klingner Road Kippa-Ring. 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This week we bring in the first episode to launch our 'Season 2'. I talk about the first week of being on the road. This is an important part of my role at About Time for Justice, meeting with people and communities to share my story, in hopes to help other survivors come forward and share theirs. I explain my travels through Harvey Bay, Maryborough and Bundaberg. Stay tuned for more frequent episodes, we can't wait to share more of Season 2 with you all. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/surivorstories/message
Die Alpen, Österreich & die Schweiz in Sichtweite, eine Bilderbuch-Stadt, malerische Natur, viele Aktivitäten und ein fast mediterranes Klima. Konstanz und der Bodensee haben alles. Seien es die verträumten Gassen der Altstadt, der regional angebaute Wein und das 1A-Essen in tollen Restaurants. Oder die spektakuläre Landschaft, die hohe Lebensqualität und die hunderten von Möglichkeiten im Umland des westlichen Bodensees. Schon die Inseln Mainau, Reichenau und Höri sind eine Reise wert, ebenso wie die vielschichtige Kultur und Geschichte dieser Grenzregion am fast südlichsten Punkt Deutschlands, in Baden-Württemberg. Fahrt Fahrrad mit uns zum Haus von Kaiser Napoleon, geht verloren in alten Hinterhöfen, gleitet mit dem Boot über hellblaues Wasser, macht Fotos am Kilometer 0 des Rhein, überquert beim Wandern Staatsgrenzen als gäbe es sie nicht, lasst den Blick schweifen über eine grandiose Landschaft aus Stadt, Land und einem immer präsenten See - eine Landschaft, die in Sachen Vielseitigkeit und Schönheit einmalig in Europa ist. Diese Folge entstand mit freundlicher Unterstützung von Marketing & Tourismus Konstanz GmbH und REGIO Konstanz-Bodensee-Hegau e.V.. Nähere Infos zu diesen Reise-Regionen findet Ihr unter www.konstanz-info.com und www.bodenseewest.eu. Werbung: Unser Partner bei dieser Folge ist Bundaberg - eine echte Weltklasse-Limonade, auch für Radtouren und Wanderungen! Das Familienunternehmen aus dem gleichnamigen Ort an der Ostküste des Landes braut jede Flasche ihrer Limo genau so lange, bis sie perfekt ist - mit echten Früchten, ohne Alkohol, in der einmaligen Flaschenform. Bundaberg zu trinken ist wie ein Kurzurlaub in Down Under oder die perfekte Belohnung für besondere Momente mit besonderen Menschen. Egal ob Ginger Brew, Blood Orange Brew und Lemon Brew - Bundaberg ist echte Premium-Limo - Brewed to taste better. Alle Infos hier: https://linktr.ee/Bundaberg_deutschland
$10,000 for a short story? yes please. JB & Jules had a crack at winning with one of their own. They guys also caught up with Tom Smith to get the details on how the latest state budget will impact Bundaberg & JB dropped his latest single 'Lovely Sunsets, beautiful Twits' See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Auge in Auge mit wilden Orang Utans, puderweiße Traumstrände, das beste aus Asiens Küche, eine Science-Fiction-Metropole plus alle Weltreligionen friedlich vereint - Malaysia hat alles. Und in dieser Folge kommt ihr alles für die Fernreise eures Lebens. Einen der spannendsten Natur-Orte der Welt (Borneo), in dem jeden Tag neue Pflanzen und Tiere entdeckt werden. Hunderte wunderschöne Inseln - sowohl für Soloreisende, Familien oder Pärchen. Und Kuala Lumpur mit seinen Sky Bars zum Protzen, Streetfood zum Niederknien, grenzenlosen Möglichkeiten und dieser wundervollen Erkenntnis: Malaysia in Südostasien, egal, wie viel du uns schon an Eindrücken geschenkt hast, es gibt immer noch etwas zu entdecken. Einzigartige Nasenaffen! Walhaie und Nemo! Das leckerste Curry! Urwald-Abenteuer! Hindu- und buddhistische Tempel neben Kirchen und Moscheen! Holländische Windmühlen und riesige Echsen, die neben uns aus dem Wasser kommen. Glaubt ihr nicht? Stimmt aber. Alles in dieser Folge! Diese Folge entstand mit freundlicher Unterstützung von Tourism Malaysia. Zum Restart präsentiert sich das Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board Frankfurt verstärkt auf dem deutschsprachigen Markt, zuletzt auf dem ITB Digital Business Day 2022. Mehr Informationen online unter https://www.malaysia.travel/ oder dem deutschsprachigen Blog https://www.tourismmalaysiablog.de/. Werbung: Unser Partner bei dieser Folge ist Bundaberg - eine echte Weltklasse-Limonade. Das Familienunternehmen aus dem gleichnamigen Ort an der Ostküste des Landes braut jede Flasche ihrer Limo genau so lange, bis sie perfekt ist - mit echten Früchten, ohne Alkohol, in der einmaligen Flaschenform. Bundaberg zu trinken ist wie ein Kurzurlaub in Down Under oder die perfekte Belohnung für besondere Momente mit besonderen Menschen. Egal ob Ginger Brew, Blood Orange Brew und Lemon Brew - Bundaberg ist echte Premium-Limo - Brewed to taste better. Alle Infos hier: https://linktr.ee/Bundaberg_deutschland
Bronnie Durston has led a successful career in hospitality, having made a name for herself as a wedding planner. However, after discovering the delicious food of Texas BBQ, Bronnie has dedicated herself to low and slow BBQ. Together with husband Paul, they are active on the competition BBQ circuit, competing as the award winning BBQ team, Bulldogs BBQ, named after Bronnie's favourite football team. They also have an award nominated BBQ catering operation, 4670 BBQ, and the award nominated BBQ joint, Bundaberg Lunchbox. As if that wasn't enough, Bronnie and Paul Durston are also the event organisers for the much loved Bundaberg BBQ Battle. Bronnie even shares a surprise announcement during this episode, letting us know about a 5th arm of their BBQ business endeavors, tackling the entire BBQ industry from all angles. In this full episode of the Smoking Hot Confessions BBQ Podcast, Bronnie and I get into: Meatstock Toowoomba and meeting Tuffy Stone (0:53) The Australasian Barbecue Alliance Awards Night (10:51) How they went in the low and slow BBQ competition at Meatstock (14:40) The Bundaberg BBQ Battle and why it's not happening this year (18:29) Catering weddings with 4670 BBQ (27:18) Their award nominated BBQ joint Bundaberg Lunchbox (34:06) Bronnie's Mental Health Tips for Success in BBQ (43:58) Barbe Con is coming! We're bringing the best BBQ Pitmasters and BBQ Business Owners from around the country live into your living room. We're going to help you save time, save money and become the envy of friends and family. PreRegistrations are open now. So to be the first to know when tickets become available, Early Bird deals, specials, presenter announcements and more, head on over to the website below and register your interest. See you soon! https://smokinghotconfessions.com/barbeconprereg/
Ellie D, is a music publicist currently in Bundaberg, QLD, originally from Adelaide SA and a mum of 3 children under 2. She is hugely passionate about the Australian music scene. Through her podcast, her internet radio station and her YouTube series, Ellie's pure focus is highlighting undiscovered Australian music artists.Ellie spent many years in human resources and promotion, but her passion was in the music industry.In high school Ellie's year 12 project was on Community Radio, in University she was hosting 5RTI's Italian programme. It was when Ellis was hosting Southern FM's Monday Breakfast that she realised there were so many Australian artists who were going under the radar, so used her show to promote and highlight them . Ellie brought her skills from her previous jobs to begin working as a manager and promotor for Aussie artists, which saw her attend the ARIA awards. Early 2018 when she left Melbourne she was touted as the next Molly Meldrum.When her family moved to Bundaberg, as a 36 year old she was basically retired, as the music industry was so different. During 2020 when her son was 4 months old she was reinvigorated to do something for herself, and started her YouTube and podcast series and on 1st March 2021 Ellie began her radio station.Often a thankless job, that does not stop her. Her passion for the Australian music industry is that strong.Ellie also discusses her 15 year infertility battle, IVF journey, complications with her twin pregnancy requiring surgery and going onto 81 days bed rest after her waters broke at 20.5 weeks and having her twins in the NICU for 5.5. weeks.This episode contains discussion around foetal medical procedures, premature birth and complications, twin to twin transfusion syndromeWatch Ellie's family's appearance on ABC's Catalyst hereEllie instagram / website / OzNow Radio / YouTube / PodcastPodcast instagram / websiteMusic used in this episode from your host Alison Newman and producer LT Balkin used with permission.When chatting to my guests I greatly appreciate their openness and honestly in sharing their stories. If at any stage their information is found to be incorrect, the podcast bears no responsibility for guests' inaccuracies.
Dagens historie indeholder både en skattejagt, seksuelle krænkelser og masser af bip-bip spil. Sagaen om spilfirmaet Atari er en legende om både storhed og fald. Hot-tub-fester, stoffer og vilde gangbangs var nemlig alt sammen en del af hverdagen i spilindustriens spæde år i 70'erne. I dagens superlange afsnit afdækker vi hele pivtøjet - fra den tvivlsomme start til udviklingen af nogle af de mest populære spil nogensinde - fx Pong og Space Invaders. Og ikke mindst, hvordan Ataris egen hybris var lige ved at tage livet af hele spilbranchen. Og nå ja, så er det også fortællingen om, hvordan flere hundredetusinde E.T-spil endte med at være begravet og glemt i den hede ørken i New Mexico. Dagens Øl: Big Momma Barley Wine - Wild Turkey & Bundaberg (10,4 %) ------ REKLAME: Dagens Afsnit er præsenteret af måltidskasser fra HelloFresh! Brug koden VANVITTIG, når du skriver dig op og få 30 % på de to første måltidskasser og 10 % på de to næste.
Karibik-Strände für Träumer, Pazifik-Küste für Surfer, Karneval vom Feinsten, ein paradiesisches Tierreich mit Tukanen und anderen bunten Vögeln, Faultieren sowie zwei Arten von Dinosauriern, denen Jochen auf diesem Trip ganz nah kommt. Costa Rica liegt in Mittelamerika zwischen (den ebenfalls sehr schönen) Panama und Nicaragua und bietet eigentlich alles, was Abenteuer ausmacht. Plus Stoff für Geschichten wie diese. Denn den Meeresschildkröten, die im Tortuguero-Nationalpark am Strand ihre Eier legen, will Jochen tatsächlich treffen. Die Krokodile, die ihm auf dem Weg von der Hauptstadt San José ans Meer begegnen, eigentlich nicht. Aber die Backpacker-mäßige Anreise durch den Dschungel kommt ins Stocken. Stichwort Sandbank, Stichwort Boot schieben, Stichwort Krokodil, aber hört selbst! Manchmal bringt Scheitern auf Reisen die besten Geschichten. Willkommen in Costa Rica! Viva Abenteuer! Viva Scheitern! Viva Reisen!:) Werbung: Unser Partner bei dieser Folge ist Bundaberg - eine echte Weltklasse-Limonade. Das Familienunternehmen aus dem gleichnamigen Ort an der Ostküste des Landes braut jede Flasche ihrer Limo genau so lange, bis sie perfekt ist - mit echten Früchten, ohne Alkohol, in der einmaligen Flaschenform. Brewed to taste better. Bundaberg zu trinken ist wie ein Kurzurlaub in Down Under oder die perfekte Belohnung für besondere Momente mit besonderen Menschen. Egal ob Ginger Brew, Blood Orange Brew und Lemon Brew - Bundaberg ist echte Premium-Limo - Klasse statt Masse. Alle Infos hier: https://linktr.ee/Bundaberg_deutschland
Queensland Agriculture Minister Mark Furner says drought declarations have been revoked for eleven local government areas across southern Queensland, where there's been flooding rain in recent months in regions including Bundaberg, the Southern Downs and the Darling Downs and pork producers are continuing to grapple with the impact of Japanese Encephalitis, which is still spreading in Queensland, amid prices that don't seem to be keeping pace with other proteins.
Mark McLeod is widely recognised as one of the premiere thought leaders in our industry, and from this chat it's easy to see why. Mark lays out his feelings towards the industry at large, and takes us to the foundation in his views as to why some make it in real estate, and some never will. Originally hailing from Bundaberg and with his professional sporting dreams not materialising we uncover the road that led him to the position he finds himself in today – CEO of Growth for Ray White. There's plenty to take away from this conversation – including the big myth of where the money lives in our industry.
It's just after dawn on 2 April 1936 at Brisbane's Central Railway Station and as a porter enters a sleeping car on the overnight train from Bundaberg he discovers a slaughterhouse. Within minutes Queensland police will begin a desperate hunt for a maniac responsible for multiple murders. Parts 2 & 3 will be released next week. But you can hear them now as a podcast supporter. For more: www.patreon.com/forgottenaustralia See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jules has cracked it with an emerging Aussie tradition. She states that it is humiliating Australians in front of the entire world, JB disagree's. Plus the federal election is looming and has already made an impact on the local leadership in Bundaberg. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ian Triggs:- Grew up in Bundaberg, QLD- Played off +3 at 15 years old- Had Greg Norman as a caddy for one Interstate series- Was a Club Pro at Bargara and Kaperra Golf Clubs- John Sendon was one of his Trainee Professionals- He coached John Senden and Karrie Webb for many years- His players have won 150 tournaments worldwide- Former Natioanl PGA Teacher of the Year- He has coached at six US Masters and many other majors- One of Australian Golfs true gentleman
Welcome to the Hidden Histories series of the Bundaberg Now podcast, where we shine a spotlight on the historic buildings and infrastructure in our region.Listen as we uncover memories, mysterious stories and bizarre facts about some of our most iconic buildings.This month the local Freemasons are leaving the secret men's business behind and have opened the doors to their Masonic Hall
A vast majority of South Australia's Covid-19 restrictions may be lifted by the start of April as life returns to normal after the Omicron wave. Parents of school boarders are ramping up their calls for an overhaul of Covid-19 isolation rules, as dozens of students are sent home to properties across the state and beyond. South Australia will become the country's biggest manufacturer of satellites as a Silicon Valley-style space park at Adelaide Airport becomes fully funded with a $20m boost from the federal government. And in sport, Rod Marsh has been transferred to Royal Adelaide Hospital from Bundaberg, Queensland, after suffering a heart attack last Thursday. For updates and breaking news throughout the day, take out a subscription atadvertiser.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Queensland is in the midst of a major flood emergency as warnings are issued from Bundaberg to the border. The Bureau of Meteorology has predicted major flood levels to rise in Brisbane as well as Ipswich and despite a break in the torrential rain, waters are expected to continue rising for a number of days. Rainfall totals between 400 and 800 millimetres have been recorded across Brisbane and Ipswich over the past four days, causing widespread and significant flooding. So far seven deaths have been recorded in Queensland during the flooding emergency, and in New South Wales, where the weather system has now moved, a man is missing in Lismore. Today on Please Explain, Brisbane Times editor Sean Parnell joins Nathanael Cooper to tell us how locals are coping and when the water will subside. Subscribe to The Age & SMH: https://subscribe.smh.com.au/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.