In this podcast Macca takes a surgical look at Victorian Opposition Leader Matthew Guy's recent comments on Conversion Therapy, the Religious Discrimination bill and other public statements that Mr. Guy... LEARN MORE The post Sat Mag Top Podcasts: 22/10/2022 Macca's Op-Ed on Matthew Guy appeared first on Saturday Magazine.
Macca and Paul were joined live on-air by Harriet Shing Minister for Equality and Melissa Lowe -Independent Candidate for Hawthorn as they discussed Opposition Leader Matthew Guy's comments on conversion... LEARN MORE The post Saturday Magazine 22/10/2022 Top Podcast Harriet Shing Response to Matthew Guy appeared first on Saturday Magazine.
In the 100th episode of Ballot to Talk About, Sam and Chern take a look at the results from last weekend's state election in Victoria, Australia. Daniel Andrews has led his Labor Party to a third term in decisive fashion over Matthew Guy's Liberals and concludes a successful year for the Australian Labor Party across the country. How did Labor manage to pull off such a clear win? Did Labor win this election or is it more an indication of Liberal weakness? Why did the Teal Independents fail to make a similar splash to their Victoria results in the federal election? And how will the federal parties view these results and 2022 as a whole? All these questions and more answered in this episode. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ballot-to-talk-about/message
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews says he's ready to get to work, after guiding Labor to a third election win in a row while Liberal leader Matthew Guy has announced he'll step down, as his party again laments a disappointing election result. - Handang handa nang magtrabaho si Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews matapos muling manalo sa pwesto sa ikatlong pagkakataon habang Liberal leader Matthew Guy, bababa sa pwesto kasunod ng nakakadismayang resulta ng eleksyon para sa kanilang partido
Thủ hiến tiểu bang Victoria Daniel Andrews cho biết ông đã sẵn sàng bắt tay vào công việc sau khi dẫn dắt Đảng Lao động giành chiến thắng trong cuộc bầu cử thứ ba liên tiếp. Lãnh đạo Đảng Tự do Matthew Guy vừa tuyên bố sẽ từ chức khi đảng của ông một lần nữa than thở về kết quả bầu cử đáng thất vọng.
El premier de Victoria, Daniel Andrews, dice estar listo para ponerse a trabajar, después de guiar al partido Laborista a una tercera victoria electoral consecutiva, pese a la fuerte oposición de los victorianos a su gestión de la pandemia. Mientras el líder liberal Matthew Guy anunció su renuncia, tras lamentar de nuevo un resultado electoral decepcionante. Escucha el análisis del politólogo de la Universidad de La Trobe Raúl Sánchez Urribarri.
In this Hindi bulletin: Matthew Guy to resign as Victorian Liberal party leader following his state election defeat to Daniel Andrews; Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan pulls his party out of assemblies and give up on calling for a gap election; The Socceroos deliver a much-needed victory over Tunisia and more news.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews says he's ready to get to work, after guiding Labor to a third election win in a row. Liberal leader Matthew Guy has announced he'll step down, as his party again laments a disappointing election result
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews says he's ready to get to work, after guiding Labor to a third election win in a row. Liberal leader Matthew Guy has announced he'll step down, as his party again laments a disappointing election result. It was a resounding victory, for a Premier still at the top of his game. - Il-Premier ta' Victoria jgħid li huwa lest biex jerġa' lura għax-xogħol, wara li wassal il-Partit Laburista għat-tielet rebħa wara l-oħra fl-elezzjoni statali. Il-mexxej tal-liberali Matthew Guy ħabbar li se jwarrab minn mexxej wara l-partit kiseb riżultat diżappuntanti. Din kienet rebħa kbira għal Daniel Andrews li bħala premier għadu fil-quċċata tal-pożizzjoni tiegħu.
In this bulletin, Matthew Guy to resign as Victorian Liberal Party leader following his state election defeat to Daniel Andrews, Labor's industrial relations bill expected to pass parliament after gaining support from a key crossbencher, and in sport, the Socceroos relish their World Cup win against Tunisa.
Today: Saturday 26 November 2022 CT1003 The Cory Talks Podcast covers yet another election, this time in my home state of Victoria. In this episode, all that's lead up to this moment, the victory speech, the concession speech and we begin with a look at the two men who ultimately want that job of Premier of Victoria, Daniel Andrews (current Premier) and Liberal Party Victoria member and current opposition leader, Matthew Guy. I sourced this information from Wikipedia… https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matthew_Guy https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniel_Andrews Election campaigns (I've noticed) have become more problematic… https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-11-23/vec-limits-campaigners-at-sydenham-early-voting-booth-election/101689000 The Victorian Liberal Party have been running of the “Labor's Debt Disaster” theme this election, but is it true? https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-11-24/fact-check-liberal-party-debt-larger-queensland-nsw-tas-combined/101689036 It was predicted in the first hours of the vote count that it would be a lengthy process based on the number of pre-polling and postal votes, but it wasn't too long before it became apparent that Daniel Andrews and the Victorian Labor Party would be returned for a third term. Hear from voters on election day with their thoughts, plus the concession speech from Matthew Guy and victory speech from Premier Daniel Andrews. Subscribe and turn notifications on so you can be alerted when new editions become available. The “Cory Talks Podcast” feed can be found on - on Anchor, Apple, Google, iHeart Radio, Spotify and other platforms. Thanks for listening! CORY O'CONNOR anchor.fm/corytalkspodcast cmplus.info/cory-talks A PODCAST FROM CORY O'CONNOR https://coryoconnor.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/corytalkspodcast/message
John Brumby says it's "one of the more negative campaigns" he's seen. He also shared what he thinks are Daniel Andrews and Matthew Guy's strongest positions.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
El premier de Victoria, Daniel Andrews, y el líder de los liberales, Matthew Guy, están haciendo sus últimas propuestas a los votantes, mientras el estado se prepara para ir a las urnas mañana sábado 26 de noviembre.
Daniel Andrews promised a fairer Victoria and Matthew Guy pledged a positive future in their final pitches to become the next premier of Victoria. A Victorian public health expert wants more done for healthcare workers, saying many still suffer burnout and depression from the pandemic. The Historic John Curtin Hotel will continue pouring drinks amid fears it would shut its doors, after new owners signed a 10-year lease. A third wave of deadly asbestos diseases is emerging in Australia and it's again happening in the home. For updates and breaking news throughout the day, take out a subscription at herald sun.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dunn Street founder and Community Organiser Stephen Donnelly was joined again by Executive Director for Per Capita, Emma Dawson, and former Federal Member for Batman, David Feeney, for Socially Democratic's 2022 VIC ELECTION ELECTION EVE WRAP!Emma and David are back again to prepare you all for the big day on Saturday when Victoria decides. This week the pair break down the final stretch as both parties get ready for Saturday, the Sky News Debate between Dan Andrews and Matthew Guy, which battleground seats to watch on Saturday night and as usual - media coverage and our nominees for Tory With A Typewriter. This election is going to come down to a handful of votes in a handful of battleground seats. That's why we need your voice. Here are 3 things you can do to help.Knock on 20 doors this Friday night and chase those final voters for Labor. Sign up for a shift here. https://thisislabor.org/get-involved/volunteer/Make GOTV calls on Saturday morning to make sure Labor voters turn out to vote. Register here: http://danandrews.com.au/volWant to hand out at a booth on Saturday, sign up and CHQ will allocate you a booth near you. Register here: http://danandrews.com.au/volSocially Democratic is teaming up with Week On Wednesday for a VIC STATE ELECTION NIGHT PARTY livestream. Featuring the best, centre-left biased insights, analysis, and a plethora of amazing guests this is gearing up to a big election night. Streaming live at 7pm, Tomorrow Night! :Join the watch party here: https://fb.me/e/froTyqyf7 The presenting sponsor of the Socially Democratic podcast is Dunn Street. For more information on how Dunn Street can help you organise to build winning campaigns in your community, business or organisation, and make the world a better place, look us up at: dunnstreet.com.au
Victoria are about to go to the polls again. This time it's the state election. It's been an ugly campaign. Will Labour lose their large majority, or can the Liberal party miraculously win this election? We will look at both sides in Blurt on Politics.Then we will continue with Party In The USA from last week, as we didn't have time to cover the US Midterm elections. And Donald Trump has put his hat in the ring to run for president in 2024.And in our last segment, Green There Done That, we will continue from last weeks' show because we ran out time.So, let's get on with the show with Wencee and the Kegsta.More: https://thenewblurt.substack.comBanterAustralian Podcast Awards Winners 2022Green There, Done That Part 2AGL, Australia's largest electricity generator has elected new directors to the board. Will this mean a quicker transition to renewables? →AGL shareholders overrule board to elect directors nominated by Mike Cannon-BrookesAGL board must work as one, warns McKenzieFrydenberg Lobbied AGL to Fire CEO over Net Zero PlansEarth has reached 8 Billion people →Earth now has 8 billion people—and counting. Where do we go from here?Party In The USA Part 2This week we continued our chat about the US Midterm elections now that most of the results have been confirmed →Politico - US Midterm resultsHistorical record of midtermMichigan makes history: 2022 state-wide midterm election resultsBlurt On PoliticsVictorian state election has gotten ugly this year. Who will win the 26th November election? →Why has the Victoria state election campaign turned so ugly?Victorian state election pledges on offer from Labor, Liberals, Nationals and the GreensLiberal leader Matthew Guy ignored warnings about Renee Heath's religious views‘We are safe': Matthew Guy seeks a reset in final days of Victorian election campaignLiberal candidate rails against Indigenous people, abortion and climate changeSister of controversial Victorian Liberal Party candidate opens up about City Builders ChurchFollow us on our socials:YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCI6sah68y5GKhtD-uE4W-FAFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/blurtstar/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/blurtstar/Twitter - @BlurtNew This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit thenewblurt.substack.com
Victoria State election will be held on Saturday 26 November 2022. Victorians will choose either the incumbent Labor government led by Premier Daniel Andrews or Liberal party led by Matthew Guy. Professor Ampalavanapillai Nirmalathas, a keen observer of politics, analyses from Melbourne. - விக்டோரிய மாநில தேர்தல் எதிர்வரும் சனிக்கிழமை 26ம் திகதி நடைபெறவுள்ளது. தற்போது அம்மாநிலத்தில் Daniel Andrews தலைமையிலான லேபர் ஆட்சி நடைபெற்றுவரும் பின்னணியில், நடைபெறவிருக்கும் தேர்தல் முடிவு எவ்வாறு அமையக்கூடும் என்பது உட்பட இன்னும் சில விடயங்கள் தொடர்பில், மெல்பன் பல்கலைக்கழகத்தில் பேராசிரியராக கடமையாற்றுபவரும் அரசியல் அவதானியுமான பேராசிரியர் அம்பலவாணப்பிள்ளை நிர்மலதாஸ் அவர்களுடன் உரையாடுகிறார் றேனுகா துரைசிங்கம்
In news, Scott White wins appeal against conviction of Scott Johnson murder, Liberal backbencher to defend conversion therapy, inquiry into Queensland Police Service scathing, Matthew Guy distances himself from Liberal... LEARN MORE The post Q-mmunity Network News (QNN) – weekly queer news and sport bulletin appeared first on QNN.
Hypocrisy on display at the World Cup as soccer players criticise the host for its policies. Plus, Philip Dalidakis and Bernie Finn join Bolt to discuss the Sky News People's forum with Daniel Andrews and Matthew Guy.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Government to fund a neutral civics campaign for the Voice to parliament referendum, New Zealand set to lower the voting age to 16. Plus, Matt Cunningham joins the show to discuss CFMEU protesters ambushing Matthew Guy.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Liberal Party candidate for Hawthorn, John Pesutto, was unexpectedly ousted at the 2018 election. He joined Neil Mitchell to talk about his chances, last night's leadership debate and rumours he's first in line to replace Matthew Guy.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Paul gives his big takeaways from the Sky News People's Forum, and breaks the news on whether Daniel Andrews or Matthew Guy won the vote of Sky's 100 undecided voters.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Both the Premier and opposition leader face "an issue" leading into the state election, according to director of social research and pooling company, Red Bridge Group Australia, Kos Samaras.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
More than 50 children under the age of four, including eight babies less than a year old, were exposed to potentially toxic vapes last year. Deputy Premier Jacinta Allan has been slammed by an anti-defamation body after accusing opposition leader Matthew Guy of preferencing “Nazis” on the Liberals' campaign ticket. Police believe jailed crime boss George Marrogi masterminded drug shipments with a street value of more than $1bn. Drivers in their 30s are the state's worst offenders for mobile phone use at the wheel. For updates and breaking news throughout the day, take out a subscription at herald sun.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) director says nobody the commission invited to respond to questions over allegations Matthew Guy and his former chief of staff attempted to circumvent political donation laws provided satisfactory answers to its questions.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this latest Hindi bulletin: Federal Emergency Management Minister Senator Murray Watt says the flood crisis is likely to cost billion; Victoria's Electoral Commission refers opposition leader Matthew Guy to a corruption watchdog; The three-match T20 series between India and New Zealand starts tomorrow and more.
Dunn Street founder and Community Organiser Stephen Donnelly was joined again by Executive Director for Per Capita, Emma Dawson, and former Federal Member for Batman, David Feeney, for Socially Democratic's second weekly recap of the 2022 Victorian State election campaign. Emma and David return for week 2 of Socially Democratic's weekly wraps of the 2022 Victorian State Election Coverage. This week, the pair break down: Sunday's campaign launch by Labor and the Tories, and wonder how Matthew Guy and the Liberals will keep the lights on, the IBAC investigation into Matthew Guy, the undoing of the preference whisper, mailbag questions, prepping for Tuesday's debate and as usual - media coverage and our nominees for Tory With A Typewriter. Emma and David will be back next week for Socially Democratic's Election Eve Preview! Volunteer 2 hours of your time to a local Labor campaign in a battleground seat. Sign up for a shift here. https://thisislabor.org/get-involved/volunteer/Socially Democratic is teaming up with Week On Wednesday for a VIC STATE ELECTION NIGHT PARTY livestream. Featuring the best, centre-left biased insights, analysis, and a plethora of amazing guests this is gearing up to a big election night. Streaming live at 7pm on the 26th November: https://fb.me/e/froTyqyf7 The presenting sponsor of the Socially Democratic podcast is Dunn Street. For more information on how Dunn Street can help you organise to build winning campaigns in your community, business or organisation, and make the world a better place, look us up at: dunnstreet.com.au
Poor behaviour at early voting booths for the state election has led the Victorian Electoral Commissioner Warwick Gately to issue a statement saying he's "extremely disappointed". Neil Mitchell thinks Daniel Andrews and Matthew Guy deserve some of the blame for the poor behaviour. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this week's episode of the Unnatural Selection Podcast we discuss a bunch of stuff: US Midterms 2022: What we know — and still don't know — after a surprising election day. 2022 US elections. Matthew Guy clarifies vaccine position after anti-mandate ad empathises with protesters. Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg lays off 11,000 staff amid faltering revenue and recession fears. Pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly & Co apologises after fake Twitter account says insulin is free as Elon Musk rolls back verification. Medibank hacker says ransom demand was US$10m as purported abortion health records posted. The Unnatural Selection podcast is produced by Jorge Tsipos, Adam Direen and Tom Heath. Visit the Unnatural Selection website at www.UnnaturalShow.com for stuff and things. The views expressed are those of the hosts and their guests and do not reflect those of any other entities. Unnatural Selection is a show made for comedic purposes and should not be taken seriously by anyone. Twitter: @JorgeTsipos @TomDHeath @UnnaturalShow Instagram: @JorgeTsipos @AdamCDireen @Tom.Heath @UnnaturalShow
Ben Davison gives a brief update on the situation with Van and her Mum, thanking all The Week on Wednesday listeners for their support and solidarity. With Biden's Democrats set to retain the senate and pushing the house elections to the wire its been a good week for democracy. Ben also takes a look at the debate on the Albanese Government's Secure Work, Better Pay laws. Apparently some people on Insiders and on the cross bench thought "get wages moving again" was rhetoric not a promise to Australian's to get wage moving again. Ben encourages people to send a message to their senator at www.australianunions.org.au/email-your-mp/take-action-send-your-senator-a-message/ and join their union at australianunions.org.au/wow if you want to make sure wages get moving again. While Van and Ben have been in Sydney the Victorian election has been heating up and Ben looks at Matthew Guy's new promises to bring back fracking and to take policy advice from the IPA. There's a special big thank you to all our www.buymeacoffee.com/weekonwednesday supporters who've stuck with us while we take care of our family. Hope we can get another podcast out soon!
An ambulance dispatched to a Sorrento house where Premier Daniel Andrews says he fell and suffered serious injuries last year took 14 minutes to arrive from a station just 1km away. Radicalised children are increasingly being identified in counter-terrorism operations, prompting Australia's spy agency to call for action to tackle the “worrying trend”. Victorians would save about $235 on their power bills next year under a Matthew Guy-led government, with the Coalition pledging to scrap supply charges for six months. And.. Heartless thieves are targeting flood victims in one of the state's worst-hit areas, breaking into homes and a food bank as residents struggle to recover one month on from the emergency.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Labor's election promise of raising real wages in tatters, Victorian election campaign underway as Matthew Guy faces Daniel Andrews, plus, US President Joe Biden's ailing health in display during a speech.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A rainswept crowd of 73,816 watched in delight on Tuesday at Flemington's Melbourne Cup Day as Mark Zahra rode Gold Trip first past the post. The Reserve Bank of Australia has lifted its inflation forecast yet again, prompting economists to predict an eighth straight interest rate rise in December and a greater chance of another hike in February – the RBA board's first meeting of 2023. Former prime ministers Tony Abbott and Scott Morrison have been rolled out on day one of the Victorian election campaign in a new attack ad panning Opposition leader Matthew Guy. Text messages have overtaken our preferred way of talking to each other, with more than one in three people revealing they would rather send a text message to family and friends than call.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Macca and Paul are joined live on-air by Harriet Shing Minister for Equality and Melissa Lowe -Independent Candidate for Hawthorn as they discuss Opposition Leader Matthew Guy's comments on conversion... LEARN MORE The post Saturday Magazine 22/10/2022 Response to Matthew Guy appeared first on Saturday Magazine.
Victorian opposition leader calls Andrew Thorburn's resignation as Essendon CEO ‘ridiculous' Victoria's opposition leader, Matthew Guy, has described Andrew Thorburn's resignation as Essendon chief executive over links to a church condemning homosexuality and abortion as “ridiculous”. The football club on Tuesday said Thorburn felt he could not serve in both roles and had offered his resignation, despite not holding the same personal views as his church. Thorburn was appointed to the role on Monday but resigned on Tuesday afternoon after sermons by the City on a Hill church, of which he is chairman, were made public. The sermons likened abortion to a concentration camp and included claims that “practising homosexuality is a sin” – views which the premier, Daniel Andrews, said were “absolutely appalling”. On Wednesday, the opposition leader criticised the premier for weighing in to the debate, which he said encroached too far into private religious views. “What are we now banning people from going to church, banning people from going to a synagogue, banning people from going to a mosque? Where have we got? This is ridiculous,” Guy told 3AW radio. Premier Daniel Andrews says “I've had a longstanding view that termination services are a private matter between a woman and her doctor and I will speak out against people who seek to intrude on that. “What's more, when it comes to rampant homophobia, when I lead the Pride march every year … I do that with a sense of genuine concern and support and commitment to make sure every LGBTIQ+ Victorian is safe, respected and valued.” Andrews said same-sex-attracted young people were more likely to take their own lives or self-harm than the broader Victorian community. This is just my opinion. PS: If you enjoy my content, I will think of you while drinking my coffee. – Buy Me a Coffee The Slippery Slope Spotify J Fallon Apple Music J Fallon Spotify J Fallon YouTube The Slippery Slope Apple Podcasts The Slippery Slope YouTube The Slippery Slope Stitcher --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jason-fallon/message
Opposition leader Matthew Guy has today committed to building the new 275-bed Royal Children's Hospital campus if elected in November. (Image: Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today: Friday 19 August 2022 CT0916 Former Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison's shadowy government. Even at least one of his own people was unaware. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-08-15/scott-morrison-secret-ministry-appointments-to-be-investigated/101332916 https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-08-16/scott-morrison-defends-secret-ministry-power-grab/101336646 https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-08-16/john-howard-says-scott-morrison-should-remain-in-parliament/101339690 https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-08-16/karen-andrews-says-morrison-should-resign-as-he-apologises/101336646 https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-08-17/planning-for-covid-rollout-left-too-late-review-finds/101344530 The Victorian State Election is coming up in a few months and already the Liberal Party in the state is putting forward it's case to dump the Andrews Labor government and put Matthew Guy in charge. First plan... offer free travel to health care workers. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-08-14/victorian-opposition-nurses-health-workers-free-public-transport/101331486 https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-08-17/victorian-opposition-pledges-to-scrap-suburban-rail-loop/101340416 A wet spring and summer in Australia according to Australia's Bureau of Meterology. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-08-15/qld-weather-bom-releases-bushfire-summer-season-flooding/101334826 https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-08-16/la-nina-alert-declared-bureau-of-meteorology-weather/101337188 Hundreds of thousands of McDonald's Australia employees might be “lovin' it” if they win a legal battle with the fast food giant bought forward by the relevant union. An owner of seven rental properties is complaining, boo bloody hoo! https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-08-15/owner-of-seven-properties-says-landlords-are-getting-a-raw-deal/101329536 110 and not out. Australia's oldest living person celebrates his birthday. Resources in the podcast can include, The Daily Aus (https://linktr.ee/thedailyaus), ABC News Australia (https://abc.net.au/news), The Guardian Australia (https://www.theguardian.com/au), Morning Brew (https://morningbrew.com) Subscribe and turn notifications on so you can be alerted when new editions become available. The “Cory Talks Podcast” feed can be found on - on Anchor, Apple, Google, Spotify and other platforms. Thanks for listening! CORY O'CONNOR https://anchor.fm/corytalkspodcast https://bio.link/cjnet --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/corytalkspodcast/message
Join Craig Hutchison and Damian Barrett for S7 Ep 28.The Sounding Board is proudly supported by Drinkwise. . .if you're choosing to drink, choose to drink wise.TIME CODES0.0 – The Warming of Matthew Guy – now to be know as Matt.4.00 – Doorstop update – how did the Essendon events unfold and who were the big doorstop winners?12.45 – Hutchy's verity score is off the charts as shown by stories that spun out of the podcast last week. Did Media Watch try and claim Sam McClure's scalp?16.30 – Images of Peter Dutton wolfing down a Dagwood dog – not great for the warming. Hutchy's list of what NOT to be photographed with. What should his warming philosophy be?19.00 – Spin City. Hutchy is Scott Morrison on revelations he's swore himself into portfolios on the sly. 29.00 – The Attorney General hasn't been spoken about this much in so many years.30.0 – Media Managers marching in sporting events and getting involved.33.30 – The Essendon situation. The rise of the ‘Media President'. What is it about media figures that attracts them to AFL club presidency?35.00 – Discussion of Alistair Clarkson's future.41.00 – Is it time for David Koch to exit Port Adelaide?45.00 – Hutchy bumped into Damo and his manager recently.46.00 – Question of the Week for Drinkwise.To send Hutchy and Damo a question jump on Twitter or Facebook or email firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Sounding Board is produced, engineered and edited by Jane Nield for SEN.
Join Craig Hutchison and Damian Barrett for S7 Ep 27The Sounding Board is proudly supported by Drinkwise. . .if you're choosing to drink, choose to drink wise.TIME CODES0.00 – A Wild Week in Media. Did Damo get door stopped by Max Becker on the way in?1.00 – Hutchy is retired from journalism but feels he needs to weigh in on the issue of Sam McClure's resignation from The Age due to new conditions around talent and commercial sponsored content. Is it a direct result of the Sportsbet viral video? The Age have were also reluctant to have McClure comment on the Crows Camp story last week.15,00 – The Crows Camp Saga – re-cap of the timeline of media coverage16.45 – Is Mark Ricciuto's time at the Crows up?19.00 – Discussion of Michelangelo Rucci's comments on the reporting of the Crows Camp in Adelaide.24 – The SA v VIC media issue - Graham Cornes hangs up on Hutchy on Adelaide radio.26.00 – Discussion of Ricky Stuart's comments on Jaeman Salmon being a ‘weak gutted dog'.32.00 – Peter V'Landys takes on the NSW government over stadium issues.36.00 – Jon Ralph's reporting of the Buddy Franklin contract negotiations.37.45 – Reporting of DeGoey Bali situation by Mark Robinson.41.15 – Irregularities in Matthew Guy's office – Mitch Catlin stands down. Wonder how the story got out?46.15 – The Glass Jaw has been amended. Brisbane Lions were even using the Stone Cold Steve Austin track after goals.48.45 – Question of the Week for Drinkwise.51.00 – The Door Stop – are clubs cracking down? Hutchy rates Mitch Cleary's latest door stop on Buddy Franklin. He was also framed in too!To send Hutchy and Damo a question jump on Twitter or Facebook or email email@example.comThe Sounding Board is produced, engineered and edited by Jane Nield for SEN.
Liberals criticise the appointment of Matthew Guy's close friend as his chief of staff, COVID-19 estimated to be the nation's third-leading cause of death, and Australian pop music icon Olivia Newton-John dead at the age of 73. Welcome to News with The Age, your daily news briefing from the newspaper in Melbourne everyone turns to. Drawing from the best journalism in the country, News with The Age brings you the most important local, national and world politics, business, sport and entertainment news of the day directly from Australia's most authoritative newsroom.Subscribe to The Age & SMH: https://subscribe.smh.com.au/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Van Badham and Ben Davison give a quick update on the goings on at parliament (Aged care reforms, workers in the halls, cultural policy, a review of defence and attempts to claw back the "Workforce Australia" program) before jumping into how the economic establishment has gotten things so very wrong during the cost of living & inflation crisis. With inflation climbing and interest rates rising but wages going backwards and profits at record levels Van and Ben discuss how the fever dream of a long dead right wing economist has become the economic gospel with which we are being beaten around the head. BUT workers are taking a stand to win better pay and conditions at the same time the Labor government is strengthening the social infrastructure that will help workers win pay rises. Australian union members are taking action at NSW rail and Launceston hospital (among many places) while even more refuse pay cuts from big banks and Qantas. Van sets listeners a challenge to join your union before the end of the episode at australianunions.org.au/wow Among the many political stories the legislation to enshrine a 43% emissions reduction floor into law is a big focus. The Greens have finally announced they will support Labor's Repowering Australia approach while Dutton takes his Coalition off to explore nuclear power....again. The Queensland based leader of the Coalition, Dutton, must be almost thankful for his lack of relevance because at least it means that he, unlike his NSW and Victorian Liberal leaders, isn't currently being investigated for a scandal. Dom Perrottet lost a minister earlier in the week and lost his deputy leader today while Matthew Guy lost his chief of staff and gained, at least, a Victorian Electoral Commission investigation! The good environment news is about removing plastics from the ocean and a process that is being refined to the point where it MIGHT happen in our lifetime. Plus we give a huge shout out to all our supporters from www.buymeacoffee.com/weekonwednesday who contribute to making the podcast happen and getting it into the ears of people around the nation.