We're taking a little break over Summer and using this time to spotlight some of our favourite true-crime podcasts.This week we're showcasing Michael Adam's Forgotten Australia, with his three part Cairns Grenade Murders series.On a hot night in January 1946, two women were cold-bloodedly murdered with a grenade in the centre of Cairns. In this three-part special episode - based on the original police murder file - we take a deep dive into this callous crime, whose solution was frustrated not only by the underworld's code of silence but also by the conduct of Queensland's most infamously corrupt cop.To read an extract and get 26% off Michael's book Hanging Ned Kelly, you can visit this link here: https://affirmpress.com.au/publishing/hanging-ned-kelly/Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/australiantruecrime. For a few dollars per month, you can listen to every episode early and ad free, access fortnightly bonus content, and even get your name shouted out on the show! Become a subscriber to Australian True Crime Plus here: https://plus.acast.com/s/australiantruecrime. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We're taking a little break over Summer and using this time to spotlight some of our favourite true-crime podcasts.This week we're showcasing Michael Adam's Forgotten Australia, with his three part Cairns Grenade Murders series.Part 2: With Detective Senior-Sergeant Frank Bischof in Cairns, Bob Davis soon identifies the murderer. But how far can Bob be trusted? And what is Bischof offering?To read an extract and get 26% off Michael's book Hanging Ned Kelly, you can visit this link here: https://affirmpress.com.au/publishing/hanging-ned-kelly/Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/australiantruecrime. For a few dollars per month, you can listen to every episode early and ad free, access fortnightly bonus content, and even get your name shouted out on the show! Become a subscriber to Australian True Crime Plus here: https://plus.acast.com/s/australiantruecrime. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We're taking a little break over Summer and using this time to spotlight some of our favourite true-crime podcasts.This week we're showcasing Michael Adam's Forgotten Australia, with his three part Cairns Grenade Murders series.Part 3: With the accused murderer of Holly Murphy and Kathleen Brown set to go to trial in April 1946, there's a series of shocking secret developments, including a bombshell letter that makes disturbing claims against Queensland's boys in blue. Via the original police murder file - and from information from a descendant of one of the men involved - we explore what might've really happened.To read an extract and get 26% off Michael's book Hanging Ned Kelly, you can visit this link here: https://affirmpress.com.au/publishing/hanging-ned-kelly/Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/australiantruecrime. For a few dollars per month, you can listen to every episode early and ad free, access fortnightly bonus content, and even get your name shouted out on the show! Become a subscriber to Australian True Crime Plus here: https://plus.acast.com/s/australiantruecrime. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Terri Janke is an Aboriginal and Torrest Strait Islander Lawyer who uses the law to protect and advance Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property. As a Meriam and Wuthathi woman who grew up in Cairns in northern Queensland, for over 20 years she has crafted a set of legal instruments that allow for the protection of Indigenous Culture. From an Indigenous perspective, Culture is the embodiment of life, and it can be represented in anything from art to dance, from bones to research. She is well recognised across Australia for her work in protecting Indigenous Culture using a series of True Track protocols that enable Indigenous Culture to be recognised as intellectual property. Here she explains her journey and how she found the law. She explores her ICIP principles and then applies them to the process of research, and in particular Country-based ‘placed-based' research. This is a powerful conversation for non-Indigenous listeners as Terri generously shares an Indigenous perspective on Culture that is very different to white understandings of culture. For more about Terri's work you can visit her website - https://www.terrijanke.com.au/. Or read her book True Tracks, available from UNSW Press. For more on ChangeMakers check us out: Via our Website - https://changemakerspodcast.org On Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ChangeMakersPodcast/ On Twitter - @changemakers99 or @amandatatts See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Wer träumt nicht davon, einmal alles an den Nagel zu hängen und ganz woanders eine neue Existenz aufzubauen? Claudia und Wolfgang haben nach vielen Jahren in der Business-Tretmühle in Sydney genau das gemacht und sind noch während der Corona-Zeit nach Cairns gezogen. Dort, in den schwülen Subtropen, haben sie einen Eisladen eröffnet. Läuft natürlich wie toll. Unsere Brisbanekorrespondentin Katharina Loesche hat die Eisdiele besucht:
Ronan Weber is from Cairns, in the state of Queensland, Australia. This young man recently graduated from Marian University with a graphic design degree. Weber made the decision to stick around in the states and working full time as a graphic designer but he's also helping to run the Indy Cycloplex Bmx Center. He started racing at 5 years old after a family friend invited his family down to the local track. Weber says he and his sister started racing soon after that first visit to the track. He says the BMX scene in Australia is thriving with technical tracks and great racing. At 15 years old he won his first national championship. He discovered Marian University while living in in Australia. He was following Justin Posey and Felicia Stancil and recognized their jerseys. He applied and got accepted to the school. Currently Weber is living in Indianapolis, racing 21-25 expert, and working full time.
A quick little hit of audio to showcase our brilliant trip to Cairns. Subscribe on LiSTNR: https://play.listnr.com/podcast/hughesy-ed-and-erinSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
There has been a small update in the story of Toyah Cordingley (episode #169 from 2021). Just recently, Queensland officials announced a $1,000,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of Rajwinder Singh, who is believed to be hiding out in his native India...To learn more about this story, read or listen to "Toyah Cordingley" at the following link:https://unresolved.me/toyah-cordingleyResearched, written, hosted, and produced by Micheal WhelanIf you would like to support this podcast and others, consider heading to https://www.patreon.com/unresolvedpod to become a Patron or Producer
On today's catch up podcast, we wrap up our brilliant trip in Cairns, Hughesy's stand up last night had us asking questions and superstar Eva Mendes calls in! Subscribe on LiSTNR: https://play.listnr.com/podcast/hughesy-ed-and-erinSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On a hilarious Cairns edition of the catch up, Hughesy wasn't happy with his squeeky thongs, Erin sent an aggressive note to a cafe she loves and the iconic David Gray calls in!Subscribe on LiSTNR: https://play.listnr.com/podcast/hughesy-ed-and-erinSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hughesy rinses staff member for buying him squeeky thongs in CairnsSubscribe on LiSTNR: https://play.listnr.com/podcast/hughesy-ed-and-erinSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's catch up podcast, the team are getting ready for their epic Cairns adventure!Subscribe on LiSTNR: https://play.listnr.com/podcast/hughesy-ed-and-erinSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's catch up with the crew from Cairns, the pros and cons of leaving kids at home on holiday, Dom Perrottet gives an update on the floods and can you give feedback to kids for their performance?Subscribe on LiSTNR: https://play.listnr.com/podcast/hughesy-ed-and-erinSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The disappearance of 13-year-old Philip Cairns. Discuss this episode in the Stolen Lives Facebook discussion group Share this episode on your social media of choice and subscribe on your favourite podcast app. Facebook /stolenlivespodcast Twitter /lives_stolen Patreon Stolen Lives Podcast are creating True Crime Podcasts | Patreon Research and script writing by Ali Hosting and production is by Ali. Music is by Myuu
On March 23rd, 1911, the luxury passenger ship, the SS Yongala started its 99th voyage from Mackay to Cairns. But much like Betty White and Prince Phillip before her, the SS Yongala didn't live to see its 100th voyage. Not long after setting sail from Mackay, a tropical storm warning forced all ships to return to port. All ships heeded the message...except the SS Yongala, which never arrived in Cairns and was assumed to have sunk. It would take 47 years before a recreational diver named Bill would find the shipwreck, almost perfectly preserved off the coast of Ayr, Queensland. The ship didn't make headlines again until 2003 when an American couple took a honeymoon diving trip to the Yongala and only one of them survived. Skip straight to the story: approx 17:25 Jacob shares the story with Carlo Ritchie We give you just the gist, but if you want more, there's this: Check out the Townsville Maritime Museum's page https://www.tmml.org.au/yongala-artefacts/ The ship's Wikipedia page has a solid list of links to articles from the time ship sank https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SS_Yongala Relive the story, but with pictures of the wreck today https://www.divephotoguide.com/underwater-photography-special-features/article/ship-storm-racehorse-moonshine-yongala-wreck-queensland-australia/ https://www.scubadiving.com/history-australia-yongala-shipwreck#page-5 Watch some pretty footage from a diver's perspective https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TNch9dTAoQI Start here to learn more about the Tina Watson tragedy https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_of_Tina_Watson Listen to Rosie's episode about the Titanic: https://link.chtbl.com/47kg7Wi4 Follow us on Insta: @justthegistpodcast Send us your suGISTions for stories and guests: email@example.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jason Avery set his sights on qualifying for Kona at IRONMAN Malaysia in November 2022, following his first IRONMAN at Cairns 5 months earlier. His preparation flawless with a PMC chart having curves in all the rights places. The race plan went out the window, with over 350mm of tropical rain falling on the island in a 24 hour period. Swift water rescues, knee deep water and flat tyres is just the start. Pete Murray (the voice of IRONMAN) has labelled it ‘the hardest IRONMAN he has ever seen'. Hear the story here from a man who got the job done, closed the say do gap and qualified for Kona in 2023. Join the Tribe, Be the Warrior. www.koasports.com.au
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To receive future pods as soon as they're live, please consider an upgrade to a paid subscription.WhoBill Cairns, President and General Manager of Bromley Mountain Resort, VermontRecorded onOctober 24, 2022About BromleyClick here for a mountain stats overviewOwned by: Joseph O'DonnellOperated by: The Fairbank GroupPass affiliations: NoneReciprocal pass partners: 1 day each at Jiminy Peak, CranmoreLocated in: Peru, VermontClosest neighboring ski areas: Magic Mountain (14 minutes), Stratton (19 minutes)Base elevation: 1,950 feetSummit elevation: 3,284 feetVertical drop: 1,334 feetSkiable Acres: 300Average annual snowfall: 145 inchesTrail count: 47 (31% black, 37% intermediate, 32% beginner)Lift count: 9 (1 high-speed quad, 1 fixed-grip quad, 4 doubles, 1 T-bar, 2 carpets - view Lift Blog's of inventory of Bromley's lift fleet)Uphill capacity: 10,806 skiers per hourWhy I interviewed himVermont is one of those states where you can see a lot of ski areas from the tops of other ski areas. I find this thrilling. I love all ski areas. Relish them. That such machines, so similar yet so distinct, could be so concentrated sparks within me some thrill of exotic immersion, of adventuring into zones dense and wild and compelling.Of these peak-to-peak views, none is more dramatic than south-facing Bromley viewed from north-facing Stratton. In Vermont, which manages sprawl better than the rest of U.S. America, your view is most often of mountains, the endless Greens, treed and rippling toward Canada, radio towers blinking against the sky. But Bromley, etched magnificently into the expanse, owns the view from its larger neighbor.Bromley and Stratton are two points of Southern Vermont's so-called Golden Triangle. The third is Magic. The three ski areas have a weird joint history. Of owning and buying and selling and sometimes closing one another. Right now they're all friends. Or so they say. They're each so different that it's hard to even think of them as competitors. Ultimate Indie Magic gets the beards and the FTW narrative. Ultimate Corporate Six-pack-a-tron Stratton gets the Ikon Pass-toting New Yorkers.And what is Bromley? Bromley is Ultimate Bromley. I'm not sure how else to describe it. And Bromley skiers ski Bromley. And they love the place. And why wouldn't they? The front side is blue square glory, fall lines straight and steady, cut New England narrow through the woods. There are chairlifts everywhere, flying in all directions from the base. Old doubles mostly. How ski areas once were before they simplified and streamlined. The Blue Ribbon side (like Pabst Blue Ribbon, like PBR – get it guys*), is a slightly shorter, black-diamond version of the frontside.All of this oriented gloriously toward the sun. When there's sun. In Vermont, in the winter, when it's a thousand degrees below zero, that matters a lot. This is not a great position for snowpack. Most North American ski areas face north for a reason: shadows block the sun, preserving snow depth. But skiing into May is not the point of Bromley, or its goal. The place gets enough snow, and has a good enough snowmaking system, that it can usually make the first weekend in April. Which is when Bromley skiers are tired of skiing.Or maybe they buy the Killington spring pass and keep going into June. In Vermont, you have options. The state has the same number of ski areas (26) as California, which is 17 times its size by area and 60 times larger by population. To succeed here, a ski area needs something compelling. Thirty miles south of Bromley lies the Hermitage Club, formerly Haystack, 1,400 vertical feet and 200 acres, a near Bromley clone size-wise. Yet the ski area has closed at least three times since its 1964 founding. No one could ever figure out how to compete with – or be little brother to – Mount Snow, the snowmaking Godzilla four and a half miles up the road. And yet Bromley, half the size of Stratton, which sits gigantic in the vista from Sun Mountain's frontside trails, has operated for 85 consecutive seasons. It's not like Bromley skiers don't know they have choices. They just don't care. Ultimate Bromley, with its little base village and its one high-speed lift and its zillion low-speed lifts and its sunshiney aspect, is home.*That sound you hear is every hipster in Brooklyn simultaneously mounting their single-speed banana-seat bicycles and riding north toward Vermont.What we talked aboutThe accidental career; Snow Valley, Vermont; Bromley in the ‘80s; the complex and interesting challenge of the ski business; where loyalty comes from; “our efforts are the same on a Tuesday in January as they are on a holiday Saturday at Christmas”; Vermont's first chairlift; the incredible puzzle of modernizing Bromley's snowmaking in the ‘90s; the importance of water pressure; “summer's always been a big deal at Bromley”; grab a PBR and pop a tab for this Bromley Mountain origin story; Fred Pabst's unlikely skiing legacy; snowmaking in the 1960s; Stig Albertsson buys the mountain; the arrival of the current owner, Joe O'Donnell, and his legacy and style as an owner; that one time Bromley owned Magic, or Magic owned Bromley, or Stratton owned Bromley, or something; why Bromley closed Magic; the return of The Golden Triangle; what happened when a fire hit Bromley 10 days before Christmas; the Fairbank Group arrives; last year's massive upgrade to the Sun Mountain Express; why Bromley upgraded rather than replaced the lift; the incredible resilience of Hall chairlifts; the biggest challenge in running a fleet of decades-old lifts; where else a detachable lift might make sense on the mountain; a thought experiment in what would make sense to upgrade the Plaza chairlift and Lord's Prayer T-bar; the utility and future of the old double-double; the incredible efficiency of modern snowmaking and the concomitant rise in lift-maintenance costs; managing snow quality with Bromley's southern exposure; the Bromley snow pocket; Bromley's lost trails; potential future glade and trail development; backcountry access now and in the future; the challenges of Forest Service expansion; “in some respects, the very best skiing at Bromley is not cut”; the base village; pricing season passes in the Epic and Ikon era and how Bromley has maintained its pricing power; rethinking the mountain's lift-ticket pricing structure; why we're unlikely to see a Bromley-Jiminy Peak-Cranmore joint pass anytime soon. Why I thought that now was a good time for this interviewThe Epic Pass hit New England like a tsunami. For decades, season pass prices had ticked upward like post-IPO Google stock. Then Vail bought Stowe, and everything instantly changed. As I wrote in March 2020 (a few days before I had something more urgent to write about), in an article headlined “The Era of the Expensive Single-Mountain Season Pass Is Over in the Northeast”: For the 2016-17 season, the last before the Broomfield Big Boys scooped up Stowe, a season pass at that most classic of New England rough-and-tumble mountains was $2,313, according to New England Ski History. Pass prices to the other large Vermont resorts were similarly outlandish: $1,779 for Sugarbush, $1,619 for Okemo, $1,486 for Killington, $1,199 for Stratton, $1,144 for Bromley (!), $999 for Mount Snow, $992 for Mad River Glen, $974 for Jay Peak, $899 for Burke, and on and on.Granted, these were probably not early season prices, and these are presumably adult no-blackout passes. But price differential from just four seasons ago – four! – is remarkable. And none of these passes, with the exception of Killington, which gave you Pico access, came with additional days at any other mountains as far as I am aware [2022 note: the Mount Snow pass, as I'm now aware, was a Peak Pass, which would have been good for unlimited access at three New Hampshire ski areas, Hunter, and all of Peak's smaller ski areas in Pennsylvania and the Midwest]. In 2020, you can now get full unrestricted access to Stowe, Mount Snow, and Okemo for $979 on an Epic Pass [2022 note: this was the season before Vail lowered Epic Pass prices by 20 percent]. You get full Sugarbush and Stratton access for a $999 Ikon Pass, and a Beast 365 pass would be $1,344 and get you unlimited Killington and access to Sugarbush and Stratton every day of the season outside of a few blackout days.In other words, for less than the price of a Stowe season pass four years ago, you can now have season passes to six of Vermont's largest mountains. If you don't mind dealing with blackout days, you could pick up a $729 Epic Local Pass and a $699 Ikon Base Pass and ski Vermont every day of the season for $1,428 (and Okemo and Mount Snow are still not even blacked out on the Epic Local Pass). And you can further reduce this by, say, picking up a $599 Northeast Epic Pass and a (if you're renewing), $649 Ikon Base pass, which would give you blacked-out season passes to Okemo, Mount Snow, Stratton, and Sugarbush, and 10 days at Stowe and five at Killington, for all of $1,248.I could go on. There is no need to. Skiers will figure this out for themselves, and quickly. Anyone buying a season pass in Vermont just four years ago was more or less locked into that mountain for the season, as the number of ski days required to justify the pass purchase was significant, and any days invested elsewhere probably seemed excessive and indulgent. In the three-year instant it took Vail to buy Stowe and Okemo and Peak and integrate them into a regional pass, and Alterra to buy Stratton and Sugarbush and introduce the Ikon Pass and then significantly expand access in the region, the consumer expectation has shifted from season pass as an aspirational indulgence reserved for locals and second-home owners to a bargain product that offers limitless access to not one but multiple high-quality mountains, not just across the East, but in the snowy towering West.I then called out Bromley in particular:In this environment, not even the burliest mountains can stand alone. Killington just conceded that. Boyne did something similar with its New England Pass last week, tossing an Ikon Base Pass in with its $1,549 Platinum-tier product, which provides unlimited access to its standout trio of Sugarloaf, Sunday River, and Loon.All of this leaves skiers – especially mountain-hopping skiers like myself – in the best pass-shopping position imaginable. No matter which pass we buy, it will come not just with limitless days at our local mountain, but bonus or unlimited days at at least half a dozen other mountains that we can easily travel to.All of which creates a very difficult reality for independent mountains: skiers now expect access far beyond their core mountain when purchasing a season pass, and they expect those passes to be massively discounted from what they were less than one presidential election cycle ago.On both price and additional access, many independent ski areas are far behind. Bromley's season pass, for example, is $925 (all prices are for adult, no-blackout passes, unless otherwise indicated). That's early-bird pricing. It includes no free days at any other mountains, even though its parent company also owns or operates Jiminy Peak in Massachusetts and Cranmore in New Hampshire [2022 note: Bromley, Cranmore, and Jiminy Peak passes now include one day at each of their sister mountains]. It does offer some non-holiday discounts of up to half off day tickets at partner resorts, including Jay Peak.This is a completely untenable position. Bromley is a fine mountain. It is terrific for families. It has some fun terrain off the Blue Ribbon Quad. It is very easy to get to. But it is right down the road from Stratton, which is far larger, has a far more sophisticated lift network, and is on the Ikon Pass, meaning a pass to Stratton is only $74 more than a pass to Bromley and also includes a pass to Sugarbush, days at Killington, etc., etc. Unless you have a condo on the mountain and you ski there and only there and have for years and years and have no aspirations or intentions of going anywhere else ever, there is no way to justify that pass price with no access to any mountain other than your own in today's competitive ski pass environment.One of two things needs to happen in order for independent mountains to remain competitive in the season pass realm: they need to join a coalition of other independent ski areas to offer reciprocal free days at one another's mountains for passholders, or the price needs to come way down. And in most cases, the answer is probably some combination of both of those things.Well I was wrong. Bromley never joined a pass coalition and its pass price keeps increasing, and yet every year, the mountain sells more passes. So I'll own my mistake. My template was too simplistic, too focused on price and variety and size as a skier's primary motivating factors, too anchored to the assumption that all skiers were like me, seeking the most mountains for the lowest cost. It would have been like saying Whole Foods business model sucks because Kroger has larger stores and sells groceries for less money. Consumers will pay a premium for exclusivity and quality. And Bromley offers both: good snow, fewer people. A predictable, repeatable experience for a tight community of families and condo owners. These things matter more than I had supposed.Select independent ski areas all over the country are thriving in the megapass era by snubbing the trends of the megapass era: Wolf Creek, Mt. Baker, Bear Valley, Whitefish, Bretton Woods, Wachusett, Plattekill, Holiday Valley. Part of this is Epkon burnout, refugees seeking respite from the crowds. Part of it is atmosphere and community, skiers buying into a gestalt as much as a place or activity. Bromley operates in one of the toughest neighborhoods in skiing, seated within a two-hour's drive of dozens of competitors, many of them bigger and cheaper, with more terrain variety and more snowfall and more and faster lifts. And yet the Sun Mountain keeps winning. There's a reason for that, and I wanted to figure out what it was.What I got wrongI stated in the interview that Joseph O'Donnell had purchased Bromley in 1990, intimating that marked the start of his involvement with the ski area. Cairns points out that O'Donnell had worked with Bromley beginning in the 1980s.Why you should ski BromleyMount Snow and Stratton, nice as they are, tricked out as they are, have downsides. Especially on weekends. Especially midwinter. Neither does a great job managing skier volume, and neither seems particularly interested in trying. I don't know how much that really matters. It's New England, and skiers expect crowds. It's all part of the experience, like overgrooming and boilerplate and safety bars dropped on your dome before the chair is out of the barn.How to escape the human anthill ski experience? Well, you could join the Hermitage Club, which at last check-in cost $50,000 upfront and $15,000 annually thereafter. You could ski Magic, which is uncrowded but snowmaking-challenged, with just 50 percent of the mountain covered and one fixed-grip double to the top (though the Black Quad may finally be close to launch). Or you could ski Bromley, with the snowmaking and grooming firepower of its bigger corporate neighbors, but without the mosh-pit atmosphere. Unlike most of Vermont, the place is tolerable even at its busiest.And the sunshine effect is real. Stratton is often abandoned after 2:30 p.m. The sun dips, the snow bricks up, and everyone leaves. When the clouds aren't bunching heavy over New England and the wind stays down, Bromley is just a more pleasant place to be. It doesn't have the tough-guy terrain like Killington or the expanses of glades like Stratton. And it doesn't need them. Bromley, the Ultimate Bromley, is just fine being exactly what it knows it has to be.Podcast notes* We go deep on Bromley's long history, but New England Ski History has a great overview of the ski area's development, going back to the wild early days of recorded Vermont history.* Bill and I discuss the lost Snow Valley ski area extensively. Though this little spot, parked off Vermont state highway 30 between Bromley and Stratton, closed in 1984, it remains popular among backcountry skiers. Someone still maintains several runs, and the property was recently listed for sale (it was scheduled for auction in September, but I'm uncertain how that went). While it's highly unlikely that anyone could redevelop Snow Valley as a lift-served ski area, it could become New England's version of the uphill-only Bluebird Backcountry ski area in Colorado. Here's a 1982 trailmap:* Bill discusses the rising cost of everything, but point in particular to the exploding price of chairlifts. He notes that the Sun Mountain Express cost Bromley $2.7 million in 1997, and estimates that it would run $7 million to install a similar lift today. Had chairlifts followed general inflationary trends, the lift would run around $5 million today.* Bill references a 1950s trail called “Bromley Run,” that ran off the summit and didn't return to the lifts. You can see it marked as trail 10 on this “Big Bromley” trailmap from 1950:* Bill and I discuss potential terrain expansions (unlikely), and the possibility of backcountry skiing – possibly guided – from the summit down to Peru, to the east, and East Dorset, to the northwest. He also refers to the Best Farm quite a bit, which is the large circled area off highway 11. The Fairbank Group's website currently has this space scoped for real estate development. Here's the ski area in relation to these various areas:The Storm explores the world of lift-served skiing year-round. Join us.The Storm publishes year-round, and guarantees 100 articles per year. This is article 120/100 in 2022, and number 366 since launching on Oct. 13, 2019. Want to send feedback? Reply to this email and I will answer (unless you sound insane, or, more likely, I just get busy). You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org. Get full access to The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast at www.stormskiing.com/subscribe
Erin battles with Mothers guilt ahead of trip to Cairns.Subscribe on LiSTNR: https://play.listnr.com/podcast/hughesy-ed-and-erinSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's catch up with the crew, Erin's feeling Mother's guilt ahead of our trip to Cairns, Hughesy received a strange message from his Mother in law and a bizarre Text Trauma!Subscribe on LiSTNR: https://play.listnr.com/podcast/hughesy-ed-and-erinSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gerry Lopez, Mr. Pipeline one of the greatest surfers and surfboard shapers of all time joins us on the show for our 100th Episode. Gerry grew up in Honolulu, Hawaii and would go to Waikiki Beach with his family at a young age. He honed his surfing skills at Ala Moana bowl winning state and national surfing titles. Gerry is a pioneer at Pipeline and multiple Pipeline Master winner. His calmness under pressure and ability to surf waves that can kill you is linked to his yoga practice on land. Tune in as we talk story about Gerry's involvement in the shortboard revolution, starting his surfboard company Lightning Bolt, the birth of pro surfing, being one of the first surfers to visit Bali and G Land, snowboarding in Oregon, the Ying and Yang Documentary and so much more! We sat down to record this episode in Ericiera, Portugal after the European Premiere documentary on his life, 'The Yin and Yang of Gerry Lopez' directed by Stacy Peralta. Special thanks to all the people involved in making this 100th episode of the Rad Season Show:Patagonia, Powell Peralta Archives, Zucalli Media, Mind Act, Susana Metzger, Henrique Escopelli, Fernanda Zandavalli, Hotel Vila Gale, EriceiraYou can follow what Gerry is up to on Instagram at gerrylopezsurfboardsLike what you hear? Please consider subscribing on Apple Podcasts or Spotify and leave a short review. It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference.The Rad Season Action Sports Podcast come out across all podcast players with a new episode every Monday.For show notes and past guests, please visit: radseason Past guests on The Rad Season Show include Stacy Peralta, Ian 'Kanga' Cairns, Shaun Tomson, Pat O'Connell, Chris Burkard, Selema Masekela. Contact Rad Season On our website radseason.com On Instagram at radseason and olirussellcowan On LinkedIn at olirussellcowan Email us at email@example.com Thanks for listening & keep it rad!
Welcome to The 80's Montage! (music, mateys and cool shit from the 80s) Your Hosts Jay Jovi & Sammy HardOn, singers from Australian 80's tribute band Rewind 80's. We take you back to living in the 80's: music, artists, TV commercials and video clips. Episode 151 : QLD One Day 80's The Next - QLD Rcap.. It's a ripper! Please rate, review and enjoy! Music licensed by APRA/AMCOS Theme music ©2019 M. Skerman see Facebook for links to videos & songs mentioned in this episode! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Rewind 80's Band: www.rewind80sband.com Facebook: the80smontagepodcast twitter: 80_montage instagram: the80smontage Links from Episode 151 : QLD One Day 80's The Next - QLD Rcap..Patreon Link With Thanks x https://www.patreon.com/the80smontagepodcast https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKZ0eVgOpco - Love You Queensland * Sunshine Television Network Promo - 1992. * Producer/Director/Editor "Love You Queensland": Alun Humphreys ( Network Promotions Director for Sunshine Televsion Network).* 120 second version.* Made at the Maroochydore Sunshine TV Studios (Sunshine Coast)* Singer: Kim Durant from Brisbane (who also appeared in other Channel 7promos - "Love you Brisbane" versions and vocals for "Love you Perth").* "Love you Queensland" was produced for the launch of the Sunshine Television Network in the summer of 1992.* Trivia : The production was shot on location at the Sunshine Coast in one day. It took 24 hours to edit 3 versions 1 x 2.00min, 1 x 60 sec, 1 x 30 sec."Love you Queensland" went to air for the next 3 years due to it's popularity by viewers.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AvmWWA_8nYM&t=71s - Number one single - Kim Durant The Love You Brisbane campaign ran from 1982 - 1988. This clip is from BTQ7's 50th special which features a full version of Kim Durant's version of Love You Brisbane.Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/oGary86/BURN FOR YOU - INXShttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XvQHlE9QF_4Best of INXS: https://goo.gl/qXUkcvSubscribe here: https://goo.gl/ShufN2Australian Crawl - Errol (1981)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rpxgn01rwjEQueensland Waterslides | 7 News Flashbackhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6U32F8VBX5wMusic video by INXS performing Burn For You. (C) 1991 Mercury Records LimitedGANGgajang - Sounds Of Then (This Is Australia)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ML9h3I5UktwTime Bandits - Endless Road (1985 Music Video)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KIv6FYJkeVw Time Bandits achieved great success as far away as Australia, where "I'm Only Shooting Love" and "Endless Road" (where its music video was filmed) were both Top 10 hits and are now widely considered '80s classics.Peter Wilson + Sammy Paul - Endless Road (Matt Pop's Road To Amsterdam Mix, preview)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x2Eaz27iaFgJimmy Barnes - Working Class Man (Official Video)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erSJGrpfnOIListen to Jimmy Barnes: https://JimmyBarnes.lnk.to/listenFollow Jimmy Barnes:Website: https://www.jimmybarnes.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jimmybarneso...Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jimmybarnes...Twitter: https://twitter.com/jimmybarnesSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/1k5aZ...YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjTB..www.the80smontage.comThanks For Listening please subscribe, share, listen & review on Itunes..It takes 5 minutes and helps the show chart so other 80's music lovers can find it...The 80's Montage Podcast - www.the80smontage.com
Videos: Did Julian Assange's lawyers just EXPOSE this CIA scheme? Redacted with Natali and Clayton Morris (3:23 to 6:46) EXCLUSIVE: UNDERTAKER EXPLAINS “MYSTERIOUS” CLOTTING PHENOMENON! | Louder with Crowder (8:17 – 26:00) Green tea and resveratrol reduce Alzheimer's plaques in lab tests Tufts University, November 2, 2022 Tufts researchers are working to understand what might slow progression of Alzheimer's disease. They have tested 21 different compounds in Alzheimer's-afflicted neural cells in the lab, measuring the compounds' effect on the growth of sticky beta amyloid plaques. These plaques develop in the brains of people with Alzheimer's. The researchers found that two common compounds—green tea catechins and resveratrol, found in red wine and other foods—reduced the formation of plaques in those neural cells. And they did so with few or no side effects. The researchers reported their findings in the journal Free Radical Biology and Medicine. Some of the 21 compounds tested reduced the disease progression by acting as anti-viral agents—slowing Alzheimer's induced by the herpes virus. But finding a compound “that could diminish the plaques regardless of the virus component would be ideal, because that would show that regardless of the cause of Alzheimer's, you might still see some kind of improvement,” says Dana Cairns, GBS12. Cairns is a research associate in the Kaplan Lab in the School of Engineering and led the research. The initial screen found five compounds had “really robust prevention of these plaques,” she says. In addition to the green tea compounds and resveratrol, they found curcumin from turmeric, the diabetic medication Metformin, and a compound called citicoline prevented plaques from forming and did not have anti-viral effects. “We hoped to find compounds that would be harmless and show some level of efficacy,” she said. Green tea compounds and resveratrol met that standard. “We got lucky that some of these showed some pretty strong efficacy,” Cairns said. “In the case of these compounds that passed the screening, they had virtually no plaques visible after about a week.” The discovery is significant because there is no cure for Alzheimer's or a way to prevent its progression, aside from several potential drugs developed by pharmaceutical companies that are still in trials, Cairns says. Compounds like these two that show some efficacy and are known to be safe and easily accessible could be taken as a supplement or consumed as part of one's diet, she adds. High fiber, yogurt diet associated with lower lung cancer risk Vanderbilt University Medical School, October 28, 2022 A diet high in fiber and yogurt is associated with a reduced risk for lung cancer, according to a study by Vanderbilt University Medical Center researchers published in JAMA Oncology. The benefits of a diet high in fiber and yogurt have already been established for cardiovascular disease and gastrointestinal cancer. The new findings based on an analysis of data from studies involving 1.4 million adults in the United States, Europe and Asia suggest this diet may also protect against lung cancer. Participants were divided into five groups, according to the amount of fiber and yogurt they consumed. Those with the highest yogurt and fiber consumption had a 33% reduced lung cancer risk as compared to the group who did not consume yogurt and consumed the least amount of fiber. “This inverse association was robust, consistently seen across current, past and never smokers, as well as men, women and individuals with different backgrounds,” she added. Shu said the health benefits may be rooted in their prebiotic (nondigestible food that promotes growth of beneficial microorganisms in the intestines) and probiotic properties. The properties may independently or synergistically modulate gut microbiota in a beneficial way. Yoga Practice Beneficial to Patients With COPD All India Institute of Medical Sciences Oct. 28, 2022 Patients with COPD who practice yoga can improve their lung function, according to a study by researchers at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Department of Pulmonary Medicine and Sleep Disorders. The study found that lung function, shortness of breath, and inflammation all showed significant improvement after patients completed 12 weeks of training. An estimated 24 million Americans may have COPD, which includes chronic bronchitis, emphysema, or both. Patients with COPD have trouble pushing used air out of their lungs, making it difficult to take in healthy new air. Although there is no cure for COPD, a patient's quality of life can be improved by controlling symptoms, such as shortness of breath. The study included 29 stable patients with COPD who received yoga training in a format that included the use of physical postures (asanas), breathing techniques (pranayama), cleansing techniques, (kriyas), meditation, and a relaxation technique (shavasan) for 1 hour, twice a week, for 4 weeks. Following the 4-week period, patients were trained for 1 hour every 2 weeks, with the remaining sessions completed at home. Patients were evaluated on assessment of lung function, breathing, quality of life, and inflammation status. A repeat assessment was done at the end of the 12-week training session. All parameters showed significant improvement at the end of the 12-week period. “We found that yoga can be a simple, cost-effective method that can help improve quality of life in patients with COPD,” stated Dr. Guleria. Iron proposed as cause of heart failure in many heart attack patients Indiana University School of Medicine, November 2 2022. A study published in Nature Communications revealed the discovery of a cause for chronic heart failure that occurs in approximately half of the people who experience a heart attack. “For the first time, we have identified a root cause of chronic heart failure following a heart attack,” lead researcher Rohan Dharmakumar of Indiana University School of Medicine's Cardiovascular Institute announced. Using large animal models, the research team found that in heart attacks in which bleeding within the heart muscle occurs upon restoration of circulation, scar tissue is gradually replaced by fat. The inability of fat to effectively propel blood from the heart can lead to heart failure in survivors of this type of heart attack. “Using noninvasive imaging, histology and molecular biology techniques, and various other technologies, we have shown that iron from red blood cells is what drives this process,” Dr Dharmakumar reported. “When we removed the iron, we reduced the amount of fat in the heart muscle. This finding establishes a pathway for clinical investigations to remedy or mitigate the effects associated with iron in hemorrhagic myocardial infarction patients.” The finding led to a clinical trial to determine the effect of iron chelation therapy to remove excess iron in patients with hemorrhagic heart attack. “While advances across populations have made survival after a heart attack possible for most, too many survivors suffer long-term complications like heart failure,” Indiana University's Cardiovascular Institute physician director Subha Raman, MD noted. “Dr Dharmakumar's breakthrough science illuminates who is at risk and why and points to an effective way to prevent these complications.” DHEA supplementation associated with improved sexual function in women Center for Human Reproduction (New York), October 6, 2022 A report published in the journal Endocrine revealed improvements in sexual function among older premenopausal women who supplemented with the hormone dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA). In their introduction to the article, authors Vitaly A. Kushnir of the Center for Human Reproduction in New York and colleagues describe their use of DHEA in the treatment of infertile women who had low levels of androgen hormones. “In the process of treating thousands of so-affected infertile women, we noticed that many spontaneously reported improvements in libido, sexual desire and, sometimes, even pain status, leading to the paradoxical situation of women refusing to discontinue DHEA supplementation once they conceived,” they remarked. “When we, in a review of the literature, were unable to find a study that investigated the effectiveness of DHEA on female sexuality in older premenopausal women, this study was developed.” The study included 50 infertile premenopausal women whose age averaged 41 years. The participants supplemented with oral DHEA for a minimum of six weeks prior to starting any other fertility treatments. Serum androgen hormone levels, including DHEA and testosterone, were shown to increase following DHEA supplementation. In comparison with pretreatment scores, FSFI index scores improved by 7%, including a 17% increase in desire, a 12% increase in arousal, and an 8% increase in lubrication. However, among women whose scores were among the lowest 25% of the group, total FSFI scores increased by 34%, which included a 40% increase in desire, a 46% increase in arousal, and a 33% increase in lubrication. Women in this group also experienced a 54% increase in orgasm, greater satisfaction, and less pain in comparison with pretreatment values. Trauma during childhood triples the risk of suffering a serious mental disorder in adulthood, study finds Hospital del Mar Medical Research Institute (Spain), November 2, 2022 A study led by researchers at the Hospital del Mar Medical Research Institute links psychological trauma in childhood with an increased risk of developing some kind of mental disorder years later. Suffering psychological trauma during childhood significantly increases the risk of developing a mental disorder in adulthood. Specifically, as much as three times, according to a recent study, published in the journal European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience. The study analyses the fourteen reviews and meta-analyses published to date in specialized journals on this issue, and is the first to take into account the full range of existing mental disorders. In total, the studies analyzed incorporate more than 93,000 cases, revealing a direct link between suffering psychological trauma at a pediatric age and the risk of developing a mental pathology later in life. “It is the strongest evidence to date that psychological trauma really is a risk factor for suffering a mental disorder later on,” says Dr. Benedikt Amann, lead author of the study The most common childhood traumas are emotional, physical and sexual abuse, as well as emotional or physical neglect and bullying, although there are many others. Suffering one of these situations damages the brain, causing physical as well as psychological consequences in the form of various disorders. In the case of emotional abuse, the most frequent trauma is associated with the most prevalent disorder in the population, that of anxiety. But there is also a relationship between childhood trauma and other pathologies, such as psychosis, which is linked to all traumas, obsessive-compulsive disorder or bipolar disorder. The risk of suffering from borderline personality disorder increases up to fifteen times in the case of having experienced trauma during childhood. Trauma in adulthood is also associated with a four-fold increase in the risk of a later mental disorder. The researchers point out, however, that there is less evidence for this type of pathology.
In 2022, Olivia Thompson sold 3 cattle stations in the Northern Territory. Those 3 properties exceeded 1 million hectares combined. It's a world away from the 1000m2 block of land that was her first sale as a real estate agent some 20 years ago in the coastal town of Cairns.Olivia is a prime example of the old saying, “Don't judge a book by it's cover”. Beyond her beautiful smile and polished look that you'll see on “For Sale” signs is one of the grittiest, hardworking people I have had the fortune of meeting and calling a friend.In this episode I sat down with Liv to learn about the incredibly diverse range of experiences she has had so far, from growing up on cattle stations, winning a kick boxing title, training cutting horses in America, and having to learn to walk again.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/central-station. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On the show today we chat with Dr Tatum Bond, a Ngan'gi woman and emergency specialist about her journey into medicine, her love of remote and rural medicine, camping and her dogs. We also have a chat her important work with the Royal Flying Doctors servicing remote Queensland communities. Tatum is a proud Indigenous FACEM, whose heritage hails from the Ngajanji tribe, the rainforest people from the southern Atherton Tablelands. Tatum grew up in Tannum Sands in Central Queensland but has always felt at home in Cairns. She recently fellowed in Emergency Medicine and splits her time between the Cairns Base Hospital and a retrieval position with the RFDS based in Cairns. She has always felt a strong need to give back to community, and hopes that her voice can help to Close the Gap. She is the 7th identified Indigenous FACEM in Australia and the first in Queensland. In her spare time she loves going camping with her 2 dogs, putting her feet in the sand and the water and connecting to country. Donate to the Flying Doctor | Royal Flying Doctor Service Connect with Tatum: Tatum.email@example.com
Glen Cairns is a Scottish photographer, videographer, and drone pilot. Listen in to hear about meeting Sir Alex Ferguson and presenting him with one of his drone photos! Where to find Glen: Website: Glen Cairns Video Productions Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube LinkedIn Join our community at TDT Pro! Join a support and strategy-focused community for commercial drone pilots who are ready to make the jump from sporadic revenue to scalable and consistent growth: Join now for free! Please support the show: BTC: bc1qr2nzt7aanyj2j3qrtty7y5gn6l86kdngjp6ejd ETH: 0xBca1860E88A8239F779E553210bD9D21042702D9 XMR: 87Jirm5GHkLEiuXFJVkdrfJo6e4RnAmH87H3PfmXDf3PbLGMJiWRWxy6fhAUbNw37j6RbA11b3BsnBCtxLY9ocNh5pd4Dmn
On this week's episode of The Fourth Wall podcast, Krysty Wilson-Cairns joins us to discuss her new Netflix film, "The Good Nurse." Directed by Tobias Lindholm ("A Highjacking," "A War"), centers on a nurse (Academy Award-winner Jessica Chastain) who becomes uspicious that her colleague (Academy Award-winner Eddie Redmayne) is responsible for a series of mysterious patient deaths. Risking her own life to uncover the truth, she is at the center of an anxious, gripping thriller based on true events. Adapted by Wilson-Cairns, she is known for the Sam Mendes-directed 2019 war film "1917," which earned her her first Academy Award nomination for Best Original Screenplay. Wilson-Cairns began writing for "Penny Dreadful," and has since written "Last Night in Soho" with Edgar Wright and is currently collaborating with Taika Waititi on an untitled "Star Wars" movie. But as of this moment, she has "The Good Nurse" opening on Netflix this week, so she stopped by on the podcast to talk all about this moral thriller. Remember to check out more stories, news, reviews, interviews, and more at ThePlaylist.net, subscribe to our newsletter, and check out more of our Playlist Podcast interviews here. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theplaylist/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theplaylist/support
The Good Nurse is a sombre, serious and affecting drama based on the story of Charles Cullen, one of the most notorious serial killer cases in American history, with superb performances from Eddie Redmayne as Cullen, who abused his position as a nurse to kill patients, and Jessica Chastain as Amy Loughren, a fellow nurse and friend who helped the police apprehend Cullen and put a stop to a spree that had lasted for more than a decade and, it is believed, accounted for hundreds of victims. It was also Empire's gala presentation at this year's BFI London Film Festival, and in our latest Empire Podcast special, Chris Hewitt sits down on Zoom with Chastain and Redmayne, director Tobias Lindholm and writer Krysty Wilson-Cairns, for chats about the movie, its dark subject matter, its scathing criticism of the American healthcare system, and much, much more. Enjoy.
It's our 301st episode and we've thought of giving you another treat. This time, it's primo-host Dom Lenoir chatting with two Oscar-nominated filmmakers! We welcome – for the third time – writer Krysty Wilson-Cairns & for the first-time writer and director Tobias Lindholm to the show! You know Krysty from films like 1917 (2019) & Last Night in Soho (2021) and Tobias from The Hunt (2012), A War (2015), Mind Hunter (2017), and Another Round (2020). Together, they made the film The Good Nurse, starring the two Oscar-winning actors Jessica Chestain & Eddie Redmayne.In their conversation, Krysty chats about- adapting a book based on a true story- finding the truth of a story… while Tobias discusses- working with Krysty- making a film about a true story- choosing the right crew- different ways of using the camera- working with Jessica Chestain & Eddie Redmayne- making his first American feature- writing for the TV show Borgen- his learnings as a directorThis is the kind of episode you definitely don't want to miss. Both, Krysty and Tobias, are masters of their craft. Hearing them talk about filmmaking was not only very educational but also inspirational. So, sit back, relax and listen to our amazing chat with Krysty Wilson-Cairns & Tobias Lindholm. THE GOOD NURSE is out in cinemas now!An infamous caregiver is implicated in the deaths of hundreds of hospital patients. EPISODE LINKSWatch The Good Nurse | TRAILER PATREONBig thank you to:Lee HutchingsMarli J MonroeKaren NewmanJoin our Patreon for bonus episodes, industry survival guides and feedback on your film projects! Our new 4 tier structure is in place. Come join the community!https://www.patreon.com/thefilmmakerspodcast CREDITSThe Filmmakers Podcast is hosted, produced and written by Giles Alderson @gilesaldersonEdited by @tobiasveesSocial Media by Kalli Pasqualucci @kallieepMarketing Huw SiddleLogo and Banner Art by Lois Creative Theme Music by John J. Harvey Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
With the accused murderer of Holly Murphy and Kathleen Brown set to go to trial in April 1946, there's a series of shocking secret developments, including a bombshell letter that makes disturbing claims against Queensland's boys in blue. Via the original police murder file - and from information from a descendant of one of the men involved - we explore what might've really happened.To hear me talk about my new book Hanging Ned Kelly - and for excellent true crime and history episodes, check out these podcasts:Australian True Crime - https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/australian-true-crime/id1217681421In Black & White - https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/in-black-and-white/id1466009446To read an excerpt of Hanging Ned Kelly - https://affirmpress.com.au/publishing/hanging-ned-kelly/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The government's redress scheme for survivors of mother and baby homes will not include special compensation for victims of illegal vaccine trials that were carried out in these institutions. Sean was joined by Holly Cairns, Social Democrat TD for West Cork to discuss...
With Detective Senior-Sergeant Frank Bischof in Cairns, Bob Davis soon identifies the murderer. But how far can Bob be trusted? And what is Bischof offering?Part 3 will be available later this week via regular podcast platforms. But as an Apple subscriber or Patreon supporter, you can hear it right now ad-free.Apple - http://apple.co/forgottenaustraliaPatreon - https://www.patreon.com/ForgottenAustraliaTo hear me talk about my new book Hanging Ned Kelly - and for excellent true crime and history episodes, check out these podcasts:Australian True Crime - https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/australian-true-crime/id1217681421In Black & White - https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/in-black-and-white/id1466009446 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Bron Steele had her debut IRONMAN in Cairns 2022 where she qualified for the IRONMAN World Championships, fast forward to the big day and Bron finished as the first Australian female age grouper overall, in 10:32. Just how did she pull it off? How did that day unfold? Bron doesn't pull any punches and tells her story of her race here in Kona. Join the Tribe, Be the Warriorwww.koasports.com.au
It's been an incredible turnaround for Josh Hazlewood. Between March 2016 and September 2020, the fast bowler did not play in a T20 match for Australia. Now, ahead of the start of this year's T20 World Cup, Hazlewood is ranked as the world's best T20 bowler. He sits down with Alison Mitchell to discuss his rise to the top and the impact of the Indian Premier League on his career. We also preview the start of the tournament, which gets under way in Australia this weekend. Will the hosts retain their title? Could India win it for the first time in 15 years? Or will there be a surprise winner? Charu Sharma and Brett Sprigg share their thoughts and predictions. Image: Josh Hazlewood of Australia fields off his own bowling during game one of the One Day International Series between Australia and New Zealand at Cazaly's Stadium on September 06, 2022 in Cairns, Australia. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)
Walk the sea floor. Submarines. Sky diving. Watch out for crocs! Let's get a little more adventurous up at The Great Barrier Reef. If the reef interests you, also check out Episode 58.
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On a hot night in January 1946, two women were cold-bloodedly murdered with a grenade in the centre of Cairns. In this three-part special episode - based on the original police murder file - we take a deep dive into this callous crime, whose solution was frustrated not only by the underworld's code of silence but also by the conduct of Queensland's most infamously corrupt cop.Parts Two & Three will be available next week via regular podcast platforms. But as an Apple subscriber or Patreon supporter, you can hear them right now ad-free.Due to an ongoing technical glitch, Part 2 may appear further down your Apple feed. Apple - http://apple.co/forgottenaustraliaPatreon - https://www.patreon.com/ForgottenAustraliaTo hear me talk about my new book Hanging Ned Kelly - and for excellent true crime and history episodes, check out these podcasts:Australian True Crime - https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/australian-true-crime/id1217681421In Black & White - https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/in-black-and-white/id1466009446To read an excerpt of Hanging Ned Kelly - https://affirmpress.com.au/publishing/hanging-ned-kelly/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On a hot night in January 1946, two women were cold-bloodedly murdered with a grenade in the centre of Cairns. In this three-part special episode – based on the original police murder file – we take a deep dive into this callous crime, whose solution was frustrated not only by the underworld's code of silence but also by the conduct of Queensland's most infamously corrupt cop.Parts Two & Three will be freely available next week via regular podcast platforms. But as an Apple subscriber or Patreon supporter, you can hear them right now ad-free.Apple - http://apple.co/forgottenaustraliaPatreon - https://www.patreon.com/ForgottenAustraliaTo hear me talk about my new book Hanging Ned Kelly – and for excellent true crime and history podcasts episodes, check out:Australian True Crime – https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/australian-true-crime/id1217681421In Black & White – https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/in-black-and-white/id1466009446To read an excerpt of Hanging Ned Kelly – https://affirmpress.com.au/publishing/hanging-ned-kelly/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Marilyn Scarabin and kids review trip to Cairns, Australia and kids announce a new baby is on the way. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jason-scarabin/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jason-scarabin/support
From Boothville, Helen Mae Wright and Clarence Henry Adolph, Sr. talk on the phone with Marilyn Kay Adolph and Louis M. "D.D." Scarabin, Jr. and their kids in Cairns, Australia - circa 1978 as there was no date on the labels. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jason-scarabin/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jason-scarabin/support
Episode NotesThis episode of the Woodworking Network Podcast was sponsored by Wood Pro Expo Lancaster. You don't have to wait a year for the next big industrial woodworking show if you are near the Mid-Atlantic area. Wood Pro Expo Lancaster offers a lot of what the big shows have including machinery in action, a show floor with a wide selection of exhibitors offering show specials, and a conference full of educational sessions to boost your business. All of that in a convenient setting in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Network with peers, learn about ways to improve your business, and see your next machine in action at Wood Pro Expo Lancaster, October 13-14, at Spooky Nook Sports Center. Learn more at WoodProExpoLancaster.com. See you there!Woodworking Network is a home for professional woodworkers, presenting technology, supplies, education, inspiration, and community, from small business entrepreneurs to corporate managers at large automated plants.You can find all of our podcasts at WoodworkingNetwork.com/podcasts and in popular podcast channels. Be sure to subscribe so you don't miss an episode. Thanks again to today's sponsor, Wood Pro Expo. If you have a comment or topic you'd like us to explore, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. And we would really appreciate it if you fill out the survey at woodworking network.com/podcast-survey. Thanks for listening.Intro music courtesy of Anthony Monson.
We speak about the HIV/AIDS epidemic a lot like it's a mythical, historical event and not something that happened verrrrry recently. David Bradford is a retired sexual health physician who was the Director of the Melbourne Communicable Diseases Centre when the first cases of HIV appeared in Melbourne in 1983. David's story starts in 1941 in a religious family in the Blue Mountains and spans the Vietnam War, living, working & finding community in London, falling in love in Sydney, creating a life with his partner Michael in Melbourne, and specialising in STIs and HIV/AIDS in Melbourne and Cairns. His story is, as you'll quickly learn, essential listening. Learn more about David's story at the 'Defending with Pride' exhibition at the Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne: https://www.shrine.org.au/defending-pride Read David's books: https://publishing.monash.edu/product/tell-me-i-m-okay/ https://www.penguin.com.au/books/the-gunners-doctor-9781742747491 Follow us on Instagram: @comeoutwhereveryouare Email us: email@example.com If this episode brought up any feelings for you or you want more information, these resources may help you: QLife: Call 1800 184 527 for a free phone service every day from 3pm – midnight. Visit their website www.qlife.org.au for a free webchat Minus18: Australia's LGBTQIA+ charity. Follow them on social @minus18youth or visit their website on www.minus18.org.au for resources, events and training for your school or workplace Lifeline: Call 13 11 14 for 24-hour crisis supportSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What's in a name? Misnaming is central to the subjugation of Native Nations and the distortion of history. Oglala scholar and founder of CAIRNS, Craig Howe, joins us to discuss the warped accounts of Lewis and Clark that he documents in the re-publication of This Stretch of the River: Lakota, Dakota, and Nakota Responses to the Lewis and Clark Expedition and Bicentennial (2006). We then cover the origins of the Oceti Sakowin nations and the politics of American Indian education. Buy this Stretch of the River here: https://www.nativecairns.org/resources/print/books/index.html Find more information about CAIRNS here: https://www.nativecairns.org/details/index.html Red Media is hiring! Join our team! https://redmedia.press/2022/09/red-media-seeks-operations-director-job-listing/ Support www.patreon.com/redmediapr
This week in our final episode of the season we feature Bart, Wes and Whit from the SUP Vets, a not for profit organisation who provide SUP surf retreats for those veterans needing support or a new sense of purpose following their exit from the military I speak to this Top-Gun school graduate, Navy Seal and Ranger about their collaboration together and working with Sean Poynter (APP World Champ) Ian 'Kanga' Cairns surf legend and Daniel Hughes - professional SUP surfer and the benefits it brings to warriors trying to connect back to their lives outside the military and combat zone. Please note this episode contains upsetting topics and some 'industrial language' however is a life affirming initiative delivered with huge love and great benefits for their fellow service colleagues. Please support : https://thesupvets.org/ (The SUP Vets at their website here) Connect on social media https://www.instagram.com/thesupvets/ (Instagram) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t3_kYWCelRs&t=15s (You tube) Keep up with SUPfm: on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SUPfmPodcast/ (@SUPfmPodcast) on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/supfmpodcast/ (@supfmpodcast) AND subscribe to our newsletter https://supfm-podcast.aweb.page/p/e41b5a80-42e1-4f27-87db-e0b7486c5ef6 (here) and get your FREE guide to the apps we recommend, to live your best SUP life Build the lifetime knowledge you need to keep safe on the water Our comprehensive online SUP Safety Course gives you the knowledge you need, to keep safe on the water and ALL FOR LESS than the price of an hours on-water tuition (£37) It's available here at https://supfm.thinkific.com/ (https://supfm.thinkific.com/) See you on the water! Mentioned in this episode: This episode is sponsored by Baltic LifeJackets and Whasup Baltic's innovation team have you covered with their specialist PFDs designed for SUP. The SUP Pro and SUP Elite give you maximum mobility on the board and in the water. The thin, compact and flexible buoyancy material on the front of the PFDs, makes it easier to get back on the board, and when you're paddling it makes the buoyancy aid follow your paddle movement smoothly. Baltic are a Swedish based company, with the Swedish safety mindset, and they manufacture in Europe and sell across the world. To check out the SUP specific, SUP Pro and SUP Elite then follow this link and find out your country specific stockist : https://baltic.se/en/produkter/flytvastar/aktivitet/flytvastar-for-sup/ WhaSUP produce reasonably priced, high quality custom bags for all styles and sizes of boards and paddles and for all watersports. WhaSUP have developed an extensive range of protective board bags, from standard day bags to full on travel bags, and supply to individuals and teams, recreational riders and professionals all across the globe. Check out their range here: https://whasup.co.uk/ This Season's Sponsor is Starboard Thank you to Starboard for their continued sponsorship of this podcast. Follow the link for innovative products, advice and information https://www.supfmpodcast.com/starboard (Starboard)
Season 12, Ep 30: Who saw this coming four and a half years ago in Cape Town? Well, the world has turned a number of times since then. With Aaron Finch hanging up his ODI pyjamas after a distinguished career. and in the absence of a perfect alternative, the Bull might just be back in the ring. Adam has Dean Wilson from The Mirror with him to pace through that and plenty else, including another man making an unexpected comeback, Alex Hales. There are also good news stories from Rwanda and Sri Lanka, a throwback ODI series in Cairns, the county champo reaches the pointy end of the season and England's women take on India to complete the northern international summer. Your Nerd Pledge number this week: 7.56 – Josh Taylor Send us a Nerd Pledge at patreon.com/thefinalword Find previous episodes at finalwordcricket.com 20% off primo WoodstockCricket.co.uk bats with the code TFW20 15% off treatment at AdvancedHairStudio/FinalWord The Final Word is part of the Bad Producer Podcast Network Title track by Urthboy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hey besties! We're coming to you today from Cairns with an ask uncut of our own... Can you/do you use your iphone underwater? We had quite the debate at the Great Barrier Reef yesterday. Today your questions that we're answering are: What do you do if the person you're dating says "I love you" and you say it back as a knee jerk reaction when you don't have those feelings yet? How do you get out of travelling with a best friend? She's a great person and I love her, but we like doing really different things and I'm worried that if we were to travel together it would be a disaster How do you stay 'young at heart' when you are told you're acting old or boring? My partner and I don't align on our values of alcohol. I hardly drink, I just don't see the fuss in it, whereas he likes to have a drink every night. He isn't problematic at all when he drinks but I'm worried that if things ever got stressful etc, that he wouldn't be able to completely stop. Today's episode is brought to you by Flight centre in celebration of their 40th Birthday. Book your holiday today by visiting Flight Centre here If you would like to buy a ticket to the live show, or get your pre order copy of WE LOVE LOVE - visit our website