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Trumpet Daily Radio Show
#1620: Running From the Truth About the Vaccine

Trumpet Daily Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 54:43


[00:30] Run, Pfizer! Run! (15 minutes)When confronted and questioned by Project Veritas about using fetal cell tissue in the vaccine, Pfizer's senior director of Worldwide Research, Vanessa Gelman, ran for cover! It perfectly illustrates how afraid the Communist radicals are of being exposed for blotting out the truth. [15:00] Vaccine Mandate Madness (17 minutes) Australia's Northern Territory is enforcing the strictest vaccine mandates in the world. Come November 13, anyone “interacting with members of the public” will have to be vaccinated or pay a fine of $5,000. This is happening even as COVID-19 cases skyrocket in regions where most people are vaccinated. [32:30] The Human Vaccine Experiment (6 minutes) Peter McCullough recently gave another eye-opening speech on vaccines at the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons' 78th Annual Meeting. During his presentation, McCullough warned of the grave dangers of big pharma's experimentation of untested, unverified experimental drugs on humans. [38:00] Bible Study: The Foundation of All Knowledge (16 minutes) Though the Bible does not contain all knowledge, it is the foundation of all knowledge—and it's where true education begins.

The John Steigerwald Show
The John Steigerwald Show - Thursday October 14, 2021

The John Steigerwald Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 51:47


Get the Jab            Today:  That's the message Australia's Northern Territory's chief minister Michael Gunner announced yesterday as one of the world's most far-reaching vaccine mandates was revealed.  Then, Wilfred Reilly, Political Science Professor at Kentucky State University asks, “What is Critical Race Theory Really?” Finally, Samantha Nerove, Founder of America Matters talks about her experience with Katie Couric after being injured in Iraq. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Coronacast
What do zero-COVID states have ahead of them?

Coronacast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 10:20


A lot of the discussion about COVID lately has been on the big outbreaks in NSW, Victoria and the ACT, and less about states that don't have current outbreaks. But as states like WA, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania and the Northern Territory start to plan their border reopenings, it also means COVID will eventually find its way in. So what can the smaller and still COVID free states expect in coming months? Will cases skyrocket in a highly vaccinated population? And will people there have to get used to restrictions that currently don't apply? Also on today's show: * What does full vaccination mean for getting (or not getting) long COVID? * We keep hearing the risk for under 12s is very low. Could you please clarify the best understanding of the hospitalisation, death, and long COVID risk for children under 12s?

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
1230: Norway's EVs Break Through The 90% Barrier | 02 Oct 2021

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 24:29


Show #1231 If you get any value from this podcast please consider supporting my work on Patreon. Plus all Patreon supporters get their own unique ad-free podcast feed. Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily for Saturday 2nd October. It's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. Thank you to MYEV.com for helping make this show, they've built the first marketplace specifically for Electric Vehicles. It's a totally free marketplace that simplifies the buying and selling process, and help you learn about EVs along the way too. Welcome to EXECUTIVE PRODUCER ADAM BREWTON NORWAY'S EVS BREAK THROUGH THE 90% BARRIER "Norway's plugin electric vehicle market share in September broke new ground, hitting 91.5% with full electrics alone taking 77.5% share. Diesels lost more than half their share year-on-year, falling to just 2.3%, with petrol and plugless hybrids not faring much better. Overall auto market volume was 17992 units, slightly above seasonal norms. The Tesla Model Y and Tesla Model 3 took the top two spots." writes Dr Max Holland for CleanTechnica: "September's combined plugin result of 91.5% consisted mainly of full battery electrics (BEVs) at a new record share of 77.5%, with plugin hybrids taking a modest 13.9%. Last year, September saw 61.5% BEVs and 20.1% PHEVs." 13,946 BEVs for September. Read more: https://cleantechnica.com/2021/10/02/norways-evs-break-through-the-90-barrier-tesla-takes-top-two-trophies LORDSTOWN SELLING FACTORY TO FOXCONN "Electric truck startup Lordstown Motors was once viewed as a promising startup with its rugged electric pickup trucks targeting the commercial market. The company launched its U.S. IPO last October in a high profile merger with blank-check company Diamond Peak Holdings. Lordstown's shares trade on the Nasdaq." reports Futurecar: "Lordstown Motors claimed that it had more than 100,000 preorders for the Endurance pickup worth a total of $1.4 billion, which wasn't true. With a falling stock price, the fallout led to the sudden resignation of Burns along with Chief Financial Officer Julio Rodriguez in June, leaving the company's future uncertain.  Lordstown is reportedly in talks to sell its Ohio EV factory that it acquired from General Motors to Taiwan contract manufacturer Foxconn. Foxconn's Chairman, Young Liu, confirmed to news outlet Nikkei Asia in August that the company plans to build an EV factory in the U.S. and another in Thailand." Read more: https://www.futurecar.com/4898/Lordstown-Motors-in-Talks-to-Sell-its-Ohio-EV-Factory-to-Foxconn WHEN LAMBORGHINI'S ELECTRIC GRAND TOURER WILL ARRIVE "By the end of 2024, Lamborghini will electrify its entire lineup. Lamborghini's first-ever dedicated EV will then arrive in the second half of the decade. Lamborghini has previewed its first EV in a shadowy teaser image on a slide showing its future product roadmap, but details are being kept under wraps." according to CarBuzz: "a new report by Automotive News suggests Lamborghini's first EV will take the form of an electric grand tourer with a practical 2+2 seating layout so the whole family can come along for the ride. Details are still scarce, but the electric grand tourer is reportedly being developed in collaboration with Audi and Porsche and be underpinned by Volkswagen Group's new Scalable Systems Platform entering production in 2024. According to the report, Lamborghini's first fully electric car will launch between 2025 and 2027. Lamborghini could utilize Rimac's battery technology since Porsche owns a 45 percent stake in the recently formed Bugatti Rimac." Read more: https://carbuzz.com/news/this-is-when-lamborghinis-electric-grand-tourer-will-arrive TESLA-POWERED PORSCHE IS THE BEST ELECTRIC CAR JAY LENO HAS EVER DRIVEN " One company that specializes in converting European classic sports cars into modern EVs is called Zelectric. The California-based company has electrified everything from a Volkswagen Beetle to a Microbus, but is perhaps best known for its Tesla-powered Porsche 912. Jay Leno took one for a spin in the latest episode of Jay Leno's Garage, and to say he was impressed with the electric conversion is an understatement." say CarBuzz: "Fortunately, the electric motor and battery haven't ruined the original car's agile handling. Weighing just 2,505 pounds, the electric Porsche 912 is only 130 pounds heavier than the stock version. In fact, it's even more enjoyable to drive since it has better weight distribution and upgraded suspension. For the electric conversion, Zelectric has added a 32-kWh battery and an electric motor from a Tesla Model S rated at 536 hp. On a full charge, the Tesla-powered Porsche will last around 120-145 miles depending on how conservatively you drive." Read more: https://carbuzz.com/news/this-tesla-powered-porsche-is-the-best-electric-car-jay-leno-has-ever-driven TESLA DELAYING WIDER RELEASE OF FSD BETA Elon Musk tweeted: "Wow, lot of interest in FSD beta! Plan is to roll out version 10.2 midnight Friday, then on-ramp ~1000 owners/day, prioritized by safety rating. Apologies, 10.2 release will be a week from Friday" "Tesla will hold off on rolling out a beta version of its so-called “Full Self-Driving” system to more customers by a week to align with a delayed software update, Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk said. The carmaker will expand access to what it refers to as “FSD beta” when it releases version 10.2 of the software, Musk wrote Friday on Twitter. He announced earlier in the week that this will take place on October 8." writes driving.ca: "A week ago, Tesla released a button to customers allowing them to request to participate in the beta-testing program. They must agree to let the company assess their driving behavior for seven days and acknowledge they're responsible for remaining alert and keeping their hands on the wheel." https://driving.ca/auto-news/technology-news/tesla-delaying-wider-release-of-fsd-beta-by-one-week-musk-says NEW ENERGY DENSITY RECORD FOR A LFP BATTERY "According to the some recent MIIT (Ministry of Industry and Information Technology) documents, a pure electric dump truck from the XCMG Group now holds the record for having the most energy dense LFP (LiFePO4) battery." write PushEVs: "The XCMG Group is the leading Chinese construction machinery manufacturer and one of the world's largest. an energy density of 176,1 Wh/kg is impressive for a LFP battery pack. In the coming months we might see this kind of energy density also in LFP batteries for electric passenger cars." Read more: https://pushevs.com/2021/09/30/new-energy-density-record-for-a-lfp-battery/ EARTH RIDES IS A RIDE-HAILING APP DEDICATED TO EVS "The Nashville fleet is almost entirely comprised of Tesla vehicles, including several Model X SUVs and some Model S sedans that were purchased used (there's an early S that's accrued over 250,000 miles requiring little other than tires, and it's extra valuable because of the free supercharging). Most of the Model 3s and Ys in the Earth Rides fleet were purchased new. Ys are purchased with the optional third-row seat to accommodate larger ride parties." reports Motor Trend: "The fleet also includes Audi E-Tron, Ford Mustang Mach-E, and Polestar 2 models, and other higher-end models will join the fleet (but probably no Nissan Leafs or Chevy Bolts). The local charging infrastructure affects purchases—Nashville is well served by Tesla Superchargers; Austin is less so. Hence there are more non-Teslas in the Texas fleet. In addition to driver training, new employees are schooled to be conversant in the technology of the cars they're driving, so they can answer all the frequently asked questions riders might have. And Earth Rides has worked out some sweetheart lease deals with Polestar to both expose the public to the nascent brand and to accumulate mileage more quickly than retail customers would and thereby provide fast-tracked used-vehicle stocK" Read more: https://www.motortrend.com/news/earth-rideshare-app-evs/ AUSTIN TEXAS ORDERS 26 PROTERRA E-BUSES Proterra has announced that Capital Metro in Austin, Texas is purchasing 26 40-foot Proterra ZX5 Max electric transit buses, with an option for another 126 of these buses plus chargers over the next 5 years. The first 26 electric buses should be delivered in 2022." says electrive: "In the announcement about the new electric bus purchase, it is said that Capital Metro aims to transition its entire fleet of more than 400 transit vehicles with zero-emission vehicles. According to its website, the Austin public transport provider currently has a fleet of 368 MetroBuses, which are presumably fossil-fuelled, since they list their 12 electric buses separately. " Read more: https://www.electrive.com/2021/09/29/austin-texas-orders-26-proterra-e-buses/ CHARIN WELCOMES WiTRICITY "WiTricity announced today that it has joined the Charging Interface Initiative (CharIN) as a core member. WiTricity is the pioneer in wireless charging technologies for electric vehicles (EVs), and has long been committed to the development of common standards and interoperability of EV wireless charging and will continue those efforts as a CharIN member. CharIN is a leading global association with over 200 members dedicated to promoting e-mobility charging interoperability based on the Combined Charging System (CCS) as the global standard for charging vehicles of all kinds. Cross-industry stakeholders like automakers, charging station manufacturers, component suppliers, energy providers, grid operators and more are CharIN members whose goal, through making e-mobility charging solutions interoperable, is to make the EV user experience reliable, easy, and smooth to accelerate adoption. Read more: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210930005272/en/WiTricity-Joins-the-Charging-Interface-Initiative-CharIN-as-a-Core-Member EURO CAR MAKERS SEEK TO MITIGATE RELIANCE ON CHINA "European automakers are in discussions with Australian rare earths explorer Arafura Resources Ltd. about sourcing elements that help power electric cars from outside China, which dominates global supply." reports Autoblog: "The miner is developing the A$1 billion ($728 million) Nolans project in Australia's Northern Territory that will cover as much as 10% of global demand for the type of rare earths used in permanent magnets for electric motors. Crucially, Arafura plans to process ores close to its site, ensuring direct oversight of the treatment of toxic waste products at the project it bought in 2001. China, which controls two-thirds of mining and 85% of refining of rare earths, according to BloombergNEF, is expected to put much of its production to use domestically in future." https://www.autoblog.com/2021/09/26/rare-earth-metal-alternatives/ WORLD RX ANNOUNCES 14-CAR GRID FOR FIRST FULLY ELECTRIC SEASON https://www.motorsport.com/world-rx/news/world-rallycross-14-electric-cars-2022/6678742/ NEW QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM If you have gone back to fossil cars, or play along, imagine you HAD decided to switch back from EV to combustion, what's the reason?  Email me your thoughts and I'll read them out on Sunday – hello@evnewsdaily.com It would mean a lot if you could take 2mins to leave a quick review on whichever platform you download the podcast. And  if you have an Amazon Echo, download our Alexa Skill, search for EV News Daily and add it as a flash briefing. Come and say hi on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter just search EV News Daily, have a wonderful day, I'll catch you tomorrow and remember…there's no such thing as a self-charging hybrid. PREMIUM PARTNERS PHIL ROBERTS / ELECTRIC FUTURE BRAD CROSBY PORSCHE OF THE VILLAGE CINCINNATI AUDI CINCINNATI EAST VOLVO CARS CINCINNATI EAST NATIONAL CAR CHARGING ON THE US MAINLAND AND ALOHA CHARGE IN HAWAII DEREK REILLY FROM THE EV REVIEW IRELAND YOUTUBE CHANNEL RICHARD AT RSEV.CO.UK – FOR BUYING AND SELLING EVS IN THE UK EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM/

In the Fast Lane
Episode 80: Joel Kelso

In the Fast Lane

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 15:42


Darwin 18-year-old Joel Kelso joins us to talk about becoming the third Australian in the MotoGP™ World Championship next season when he rides in Moto3™ for the CIP Green Power team, reflect on his journey from the Northern Territory to Italy and Spain, discuss his call-up to Moto3™ in Germany and the Netherlands earlier this year, and recap his race-winning season in the Moto3™ class of the CEV Junior World Championship.

Central Station - Stories from Outback Australian Cattle Stations
[BONUS] 107. Danyelle Haigh - The Outback Trendsetter

Central Station - Stories from Outback Australian Cattle Stations

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 26:24


Danyelle Haigh spends 10 months of the year living out of sea container on the back of a roadtrain with her husband and children. Together they travel to remote parts of the Northern Territory to drill water bores. In addition to administering the business, and assisiting with drilling, Danyelle also became qualified to drive the company's road trains.   While Danyelle is the first to say she loves her life, and she truly does, it wasn't anything she'd ever dreamed of. So, instead of thinking about what she didn't have, and what could have been, this incredible woman decided to carve out time to pursue one of her greatest passions. If you haven't already, make sure you catch Danyelle's first appearance on our podcast in Episode 58. *** This episode is sponsored by Ariat Australia. Ariat® is for when you measure your day by acres, not hours. Find exactly what you need to go the distance at, www.Ariat.com.au. Experience the Ariat difference today.

Central Station - Stories from Outback Australian Cattle Stations
[SPINNING YARNS] 106. Steve Cadzow - Doing things different at Mt. Riddock

Central Station - Stories from Outback Australian Cattle Stations

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 89:48


If you travel a couple of hours north-east of Alice Springs, along the Plenty Highway, you'll pass one of the most spectacular parcels of land – Mt Riddock Station. With high quality Hereford cattle and an abundance of pasture, you would never think that when the Cadzow family purchased it over 30 years ago, the land was in poor condition, and home to a motley crew of cattle and feral animals. In this episode Steve shares the story of how his family came to be at Mt Riddock, and why how they chose to do things differently to bring the property to where it is today. *** This episode is brought to you by Murranji Water Drilling, a family owned and operated team of fully licensed, insured and experienced drillers in the construction, mining and water services. They are licensed to drill and service in Queensland, the Northern Territory and Western Australia. They ensure all water bores are installed correctly and professionally first time, every time! Quality bores tested and guaranteed! Learn more at murranjiwaterdrilling.com.au or find them on Facebook.

Most memorable journeys
Australia - Down under during the domestic pilots strike

Most memorable journeys

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 26:40


I had negotiated this trip in exchange of hard work in the USA and when it actually happened, I was a little overwhelmed. It was my first trip to Australia ever with a very large tour group and a complete airline chaos in the country. Let me tell you, how we improvised and turned this trip in the a huge success with the biggest tip I ever received in all the 11 tour guiding years. Find out about what's under the toilet lid in the Northern Territory and if the Ghan has wooden seats. Listen to my apology to the Anangu people for climbing Ayers Rock and many more snippets about the continent down under. Fly with me to Kangaroo Island and let's visit the little penguins on Philip Island. Let me know if you like my podcasts, send me a message and share with all your family and your friends. • Please subscribe, comment, like, and share this podcast with your family, loved ones, and friends. I would love to hear from you You can find me on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/elisabeth.toufexis Instagram: elisabethvilligertoufexis Support this podcast

Central Station - Stories from Outback Australian Cattle Stations
[SPINNING YARNS] 105. Kylie Jones - Launching a Not-For-Profit for Outback Kids

Central Station - Stories from Outback Australian Cattle Stations

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 41:38


When faced with the choice of pursuing a career in Professional Women's Cricket or teaching, Kylie Jones' passion for education won. Not one to do things in the traditional order, Kylie waited until after university and the start of her teaching career to take a gap year, taking on the role of a Governess on Helens Springs Station in the Northern Territory. Little did she know, that as it does for so many others, that choice would change the trajectory of her life. In this episode, Kylie shares the story of how after her time as a Governess she came to realise that the structure of mainstream schooling wasn't the right fit for her, and found herself back in the outback, launching a not-for-profit organization from scratch. **** This episode is supported by Milne Feeds. Milne feeds has been the leading provider of livestock feed in WA for over 100 years, and is now proudly servicing the NT too. Their early weaner product is a nutritionally balanced pellet for feeding to pastoral calves and young weaners, and has been developed with their hyfibre technology to reduce the risk of acidosis. Milne feeds also have a range of products available for beef and dairy cattle, sheep, and horses. Find out more at milne.com.au 

RNZ: Morning Report
Uncertain future for NZ social media after Australian court ruling

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 3:00


A recent ruling in Australia that saw media companies liable for defamatory posts on their social media pages could see businesses in New Zealand switch off comments, or shut down their pages altogether. Last week's case was part of action being taken by former Northern Territory detainee, Dylan Voller, who is seeking to sue several media outlets for comments made about him on Facebook by members of the public. Experts say it's only a matter of time before a similar case is tested here, and all companies need to smarten up. Emma Hatton reports.

Law Report - ABC RN
Media impact of High Court defamation ruling, and NT youth bail laws

Law Report - ABC RN

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 28:38


How could the High Court media defamation ruling affect social media use? And, are changes to NT youth bail laws fit for purpose?

Central Station - Stories from Outback Australian Cattle Stations
[SPINNING YARNS] 103. James Christian - The Sydney boy turned Territory Cattleman

Central Station - Stories from Outback Australian Cattle Stations

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 54:32


James Christian's childhood couldn't have been further from that of his cousin, Sams. While Sam was growing up on a cattle station in Central Australia, mustering cattle, James lived 2000km away on the beaches of Sydney, preparing to compete in the Sydney to Hobart sailing race. However, as fate would have it, a spur of the moment trip to visit the rellies in the bush would seal James's fate and he hasn't been able to leave since, cementing his commitment to the industry by purchasing his own mob of cattle in partnership with his cousin. James always brings a unique perspective to discussions about rural Australia and the cattle industry, so we hope you enjoy hearing his story and point of view. ***** This episode is supported by Direct Drilling. Direct Drilling is a locally owned family drilling company based in Kununurra, servicing the Kimberley and Northern Territory. All Drillers are nationally licensed with the Australian Drilling Industry Association ensuring best practice, the protection of water resources, and guaranteeing the life of the bore. Find out more at directdrill.com.au

SBS Japanese - SBSの日本語放送
Paving the way to help address Indigenous disadvantage - アウトバック・ウエイ、夢がかかる東と西を結ぶ道

SBS Japanese - SBSの日本語放送

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2021 6:49


With millions of Australians stuck in lockdown, the chance to head out on the open road is just a dream for many. But once restrictions start to lift, there's a track being paved through the desert to upgrade the connection from the east to the west of Australia. Putting down bitumen is also helping to close the gap on Indigenous disadvantage by making it safer for First Nations communities to travel and access services. - 数百万のオーストラリア人がロックダウンに見舞われていて、多くの人にとってオープンロードの旅に出るのは夢にすぎません。しかし、いったん規制が解除され始めれば、オーストラリアの東から西への連絡の改良を可能にする砂漠を通る道があります。道路をアスファルト舗装にすることも、ファーストネーションズのコミュニティーが移動しサービスにアクセスするのを安全にすることによって、先住民の一般との格差をなくす役にたっています。

SBS Spanish - SBS en español
Recordando a Pocho: El pionero hispano de Radio SBS que murió en los atentados del 9/11

SBS Spanish - SBS en español

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 32:12


Alberto Domínguez fue el primer australiano en morir el 11 de septiembre. Más conocido por su apodo, “El Pocho” falleció a bordo del vuelo 11 de American Airlines, el primer avión en estrellarse contra las Torres Gemelas. El Pocho fue un pionero, uno de los primeros locutores en soplar vida a Radio SBS, donde trabajó durante 13 años. Pero a pesar de haber sido una figura querida, prominente y reconocida en la comunidad de habla hispana en Australia, cuando la noticia de su fallecimiento fue publicada en los principales medios australianos, el Pocho solo fue recordado como un migrante de 66 años, que trabajada como encargado de equipaje para Qantas.

The Signal
Part 2, The Gap: Why aren't mining royalties closing the gap?

The Signal

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 25:58


Indigenous communities are calling on governments to find better ways of using mining royalties to close the gap. Many Aboriginal leaders had hoped that regaining land rights would improve community living conditions, and they're now sad to see cash royalties in some cases exacerbating social damage. In the Northern Territory, $3.2 billion has been collected in royalties over the last 40 years. So why hasn't this lifted people out of poverty? And is there a better way to manage all this money which traditional owners, governments and land councils could agree on? Featured: Jane Bardon, ABC reporter Allyson Croydon, Papulu Apparr-Kari Parent and Community Engagement Program Joebessgo Mayers, Papulu Apparr-Kari RSAS Truancy Program Linda Turner, Warumungu traditional owner Norman Frank, Warumungu traditional owner Dion Williams, Anyinginyi Health support worker Bonnie Camphoo, Tennant Creek resident Elliot McAdam, former NT Labor MP for Barkly Pat Brahim, Patta native title group

Full Story
The Beetaloo Basin: a thorn in Morrison's ‘gas-led recovery'?

Full Story

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 26:30


The Northern Territory's Beetaloo Basin is key to the Morrison government's plan to expand Australia's gas supply. Guardian reporter Christopher Knaus explains why traditional owners and environmentalists are fighting to stop this from happening, and why there's a Senate inquiry into government grants for companies keen to explore the basin

The Signal
Part 1, The Gap: Fixing remote work for the dole

The Signal

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 25:18


It's called the Community Development Program or "work for the dole", and in remote communities in the Top End many say the work and training they have been forced to complete for basic welfare payments is "gammon", or rubbish. Now, the Federal Government is promising a redesign, along with a pledge from the prime minister Scott Morrison to hand over more control of programs like this to Indigenous leaders as a way of Closing The Gap. Today on The Signal, ABC reporter Jane Bardon has been speaking to Indigenous people living in the Katherine region of the Northern Territory about what might replace the CDP. Featured: Jane Bardon, ABC reporter Esther Bulumbara, Jawoyn traditional owner Natalie Blitner, Wardaman ranger Antonia Burke, Indigenous healer and cultural trainer Lisa Mumbin, Jawoyn Association chairwoman John Berto, Jawoyn Association chief executive

7am
Angus Taylor's fossil fuel handouts

7am

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 14:20


As scientists, and the United Nations, continue to warn about the likely impacts of climate change, the federal government is spending big to help prop up the gas industry.One company in particular has been the sole beneficiary of a government fund established to help drill for gas in the Northern Territory. That company, which has links to the Liberal Party, has been quietly lobbying for federal support for months.Today, national correspondent for The Saturday Paper Mike Seccombe on the question marks around another government grant process, and why Australia continues to subsidise fossil fuels.Guest: National correspondent for The Saturday Paper, Mike Seccombe.Background reading: Morrison ministers lobbied over Beetaloo Basin in The Saturday Paper See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Naked City
From undercover to under lock and key

Naked City

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 34:43


Cliff Lockwood was just 19 when he left the peace of a tiny town to join the police force. “I know it sounds funny but I just wanted to do good. Nineteen was way too young. You don't know anything.” On Sunday April 9, 1989 Lockwood and his partner, Senior Detective Dermot Avon arrested car thief and suspected violent criminal Gary Abdullah and took him to his Drummond Street two level flat to search for evidence and an accomplice. According to police Abdullah grabbed and imitation firearm and Lockwood responded by firing six shots from his gun, then grabbed Avon's to fire the last and fatal shot.  Both police were charged with murder and were acquitted. Lockwood's left policing and his life spiralled out of control. He was jailed in the Northern Territory. Now he is back in Victoria trying to rebuild his life. Become a subscriber: our supporters power our newsrooms and are critical for the sustainability of news coverage. Becoming a subscriber also gets you exclusive behind-the-scenes content and invitations to special events. Click on the links to subscribe https://subscribe.theage.com.au/ or https://subscribe.smh.com.au/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Boundless Possible
247. Rebecca Campart - The Other Half

Boundless Possible

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 82:09


Born in Darwin and adopted when she was only six weeks old, Rebecca Campart was raised by her adopted parents in Ludmilla and Nightcliff. She remembers playing on the Nightcliff foreshore and living a typical carefree lifestyle that so many kids enjoy growing up in the Territory. After finishing high school and taking a couple of gap years off, Rebecca went off to Melbourne first to study law following in her father's, Ken Parish's, footsteps but then changing to journalism at Monash University. Rebecca then went travelling to South America and Europe before coming back to Darwin and commencing a career in marketing and communications. This is when she met her future husband, Maxime Campart, at the Char restaurant in Darwin. Rebecca talks about her adventures in England and France, as well as her current role as Communications Coordinator at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory. This is Rebecca's Territory Story. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/territorystory/message

Late Night Live - Separate stories podcast
Are Australian crocodiles killing East Timorese fishermen?

Late Night Live - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 14:55


One of Australia's leading experts on crocodiles is investigating whether saltwater crocodiles from the Northern Territory are killing people in East Timor. There's been a baffling, more than 20-fold increase in lethal attacks in East Timor, with crocodiles killing people at an unprecedented rate of one a month.

Central Station - Stories from Outback Australian Cattle Stations
[BONUS] 99. "Live" from The Fitzroy Crossing Bull Sale

Central Station - Stories from Outback Australian Cattle Stations

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 25:19


The Fitzroy Crossing Bull Sale is truly a one-of-a-kind event. While Bulls Sales are a dime a dozen in the Eastern States, the Fitzroy Crossing Sale is the only bull sale in Northern Western Australia. This is because the majority of cattle in the pastoral regions of Western Australia are commercial cattle, bred to go direct to market. There are very few cattle studs in the pastoral region, so when pastoralists want to improve their herd genetics, they often have to source herd bulls from the Eastern States – mostly Queelsand, which runs similar breeds in similar environments to northern WA. This means that pastoralists often have to travel to Queensland and inspect bulls on various properties, and then have the bulls trucked back to WA. As you can imagine, there are a huge number of cattle studs on the East Coast – how would you even know where to start? The Fitzroy Crossing Bull Sale began over a decade ago, with the aim of bringing quality bulls directly to pastoralists in the Kimberley region of WA. The bulls are selected by an impressive team of people, including livestock agents who live and breathe the Kimberley cattle industry, and know exacrtly what their clients are looking for, and a great man by the name of Jimmy Edwards who spent many years flying in the Kimberley and Pilbara, as well as running his own stations, and also knows what type of cattle will do well in the regions. Each year the event continues to grow, and this year was no different, with total sales exceeding one million dollars. This year also boasted the highest number of registered bidders, including a number from the Northern Territory and Queensland, and a record price of $20,000. I attended the event and had a quick chat to Jim Edwards, who started the sale all those years ago, Andrew Stewart – one of the livestock agents and auctioneers who runs the event each year, and Rusty Cook, one of the many buyers. **** This episode is sponsored by Red Range Stock Supplements - a locally owned family run business based in Kununurra, Western Australia and servicing the whole North West. They offer a range of custom blended supplements for cattle and horses tailored specifically to your individual requirements. For more information or to discuss your supplement needs please visit redrangestocksupplements.com.au

The Skeptic Zone
The Skeptic Zone #672 - 22.August.2021

The Skeptic Zone

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2021 65:25


0:00:00 Introduction Richard Saunders 0:03:05 5G Disinformation Special guest Pascual Romero from the 'Squaring the Strange' podcast gives us his opinions on a full page of 5G misinformation that appeared in the pages of the 'Byron Shire Echo' newspaper from the Northern Rivers of NSW, the heartland of conspiracy theorists in Australia. https://issuu.com/echopublications/docs/byronecho3609/14 https://skeptoid.com/episodes/4677 0:14:00 "Freedom" Protests in Australia As the Delta variation of COVID-19 leads to the extention of lockdowns in Australia, we report on some of the violent "freedom" and protests in Melbourne and Sydney. Also a live cross to Darwin where our reporter Michelle Franklin updates us on more peacful protests in the Northern Territory. 0:24:45 More COVID-19 Crazy Customers shun masks in Mullumbimby and Byron Bay post offices and the union takes action. Also the bizzare silent protest in the city of Perth in Western Australia by a group of Anti-Vaxers. With comments by Susan Gerbic, Adrienne Hill, Leonard Tramiel, Louis Hillman and Kelly Burke. https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/security-guards-sent-to-mullumbimby-byron-bay-post-offices-as-customers-shun-masks-check-ins-20210817-p58jf7.html https://www.news.com.au/national/western-australia/awkward-shopping-centre-antivax-protest-ruthlessly-mocked-online-over-confusing-signs/news-story/666cd6e7ec627cbd672f76ff000f8957 0:44:50 A Dive into a Trove A wander through the decades of digitised newspapers and YouTube on a search for references to 'Jack the Ripper' Part 2. http://www.trove.nla.gov.au Also Corona Conspiracy - Upload Images https://coronaconspiracy.cloud

Travelman Podcast
PLACES YOU CAN'T MISS IN DARWIN

Travelman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 36:33


Welcome to the Travelman Podcast! I'm your host Ben, and if you're joining me for the first time then I say hello and thank you for listening, and if you're a returning listener then I say thanks for returning! On today's episode, I'll be telling you about the best things to do in Darwin. Where to go, what to eat and what to see. Get comfy and listen to the places you can't miss in Darwin! Enjoy the podcast. Darwin Links: Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory: magnt.net.au/ Darwin Military Museum: darwinmilitarymuseum.com.au/ Darwin Aviation Museum: darwinaviationmuseum.com.au/ World War 2 Oil Storage Tunnels: ww2tunnelsdarwin.com.au/ Royal Flying Doctors Darwin Tourist Facility: rfdsdarwin.com.au/ Darwin Botanical Gardens: nt.gov.au/leisure/parks-reserves/find-a-park/george-brown-darwin-botanic-gardens Litchfield National Park: nt.gov.au/leisure/parks-reserves/find-a-park/find-a-park-to-visit/litchfield-national-park Kakadu National Park: parksaustralia.gov.au/kakadu/ George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens: nt.gov.au/leisure/parks-reserves/find-a-park/george-brown-darwin-botanic-gardens Offroad Dreaming: offroaddreaming.com.au Mason Gallery: masongallery.com.au/ Follow Travelman Podcast: iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/travelman-podcast/id1281446908 Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/2bfulkX1dTkOb50MaCm0NN Libsyn: travelmanpodcast.libsyn.com/ Facebook: facebook.com/travelmanpodcast/ Instagram: instagram.com/travelmanpodcast/ Twitter: twitter.com/TravelmanPod Tune In: tunein.com/podcasts/Travel/Travelman-Podcast-p1103948/ Stitcher: stitcher.com/podcast/ben-dow/travelman-podcast YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UC3cYw4pCrK3C-Rty3zmw-eQ Travelman Podcast website: travelmanpodcast.com/ Travelman Podcast email: travelmanpodcast@gmail.com

Lost In The Woods Podcast
64. Attack on Stuart Highway

Lost In The Woods Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 66:05


On July 14 2001 Peter Falconio and Joanne Lees were attacked on Stuart Highway in the Northern Territory of Australia  Merch link! https://my-store-11745950.creator-spring.com/ https://www.instagram.com/lostinthewoodspodcast/ https://www.facebook.com/lostinthewoodspodcast https://www.patreon.com/lostinthewoodspodcast  

New Books Network
Mark McKenna, "Return to Uluru: A Killing, Hidden history, a Story that Toes to the Heart of the Nation" (Black Inc, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 53:53


Today I talked to Mark McKenna about his new book Return to Uluru: A Killing, Hidden history, a Story that Toes to the Heart of the Nation (Black Inc, 2021) When McKenna set out to write a history of the centre of Australia, he had no idea what he would discover. One event in 1934 - the shooting at Uluru of Aboriginal man Yokunnuna by white policeman Bill McKinnon, and subsequent Commonwealth inquiry - stood out as a mirror of racial politics in the Northern Territory at the time. But then, through speaking with the families of both killer and victim, McKenna unearthed new evidence that transformed the historical record and the meaning of the event for today. As he explains, 'Every thread of the story connected to the present in surprising ways.' In a sequence of powerful revelations, McKenna explores what truth-telling and reconciliation look like in practice. Return to Uluru brings a cold case to life. It speaks directly to the Black Lives Matter movement, but is completely Australian. Recalling Chloe Hooper's The Tall Man, it is superbly written, moving, and full of astonishing, unexpected twists. Ultimately it is a story of recognition and return, which goes to the very heart of the country. At the centre of it all is Uluru, the sacred site where paths fatefully converged. 'I feel sure that it will become an Australian classic, not the first of its kind, but certainly the most powerful narrative I have read of frontier injustice and its resonance in our lives today.'-Marcia Langton Professor Mark McKenna, Department of History, University of Sydney, specialising in Australian political and cultural history and Aboriginal history. Bede Haines is a solicitor, specialising in litigation and a partner at Holding Redlich, an Australian commercial law firm. He lives in Sydney, Australia. Known to read books, ride bikes and eat cereal (often). bede.haines@holdingredlich.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in History
Mark McKenna, "Return to Uluru: A Killing, Hidden history, a Story that Toes to the Heart of the Nation" (Black Inc, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 53:53


Today I talked to Mark McKenna about his new book Return to Uluru: A Killing, Hidden history, a Story that Toes to the Heart of the Nation (Black Inc, 2021) When McKenna set out to write a history of the centre of Australia, he had no idea what he would discover. One event in 1934 - the shooting at Uluru of Aboriginal man Yokunnuna by white policeman Bill McKinnon, and subsequent Commonwealth inquiry - stood out as a mirror of racial politics in the Northern Territory at the time. But then, through speaking with the families of both killer and victim, McKenna unearthed new evidence that transformed the historical record and the meaning of the event for today. As he explains, 'Every thread of the story connected to the present in surprising ways.' In a sequence of powerful revelations, McKenna explores what truth-telling and reconciliation look like in practice. Return to Uluru brings a cold case to life. It speaks directly to the Black Lives Matter movement, but is completely Australian. Recalling Chloe Hooper's The Tall Man, it is superbly written, moving, and full of astonishing, unexpected twists. Ultimately it is a story of recognition and return, which goes to the very heart of the country. At the centre of it all is Uluru, the sacred site where paths fatefully converged. 'I feel sure that it will become an Australian classic, not the first of its kind, but certainly the most powerful narrative I have read of frontier injustice and its resonance in our lives today.'-Marcia Langton Professor Mark McKenna, Department of History, University of Sydney, specialising in Australian political and cultural history and Aboriginal history. Bede Haines is a solicitor, specialising in litigation and a partner at Holding Redlich, an Australian commercial law firm. He lives in Sydney, Australia. Known to read books, ride bikes and eat cereal (often). bede.haines@holdingredlich.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

Please Explain
How the federal government plans to address inequality faced by First Nations people

Please Explain

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2021 11:16


The federal government has committed more than a $1 billion as part of the National Agreement on Closing the Gap and will now hand down the implementation plan to address inequality faced by First Nations people. The centrepiece of the plan is a $378 million reparations scheme for Stolen Generations survivors in the Northern Territory who will get up to $75,000 each for suffering inflicted on them by forcibly removing them from their families. Today on Please Explain, Nathanael Cooper is joined by Indigenous affairs reporter and Gamilaroi man Cameron Gooley. Subscribe to The Age & SMH: https://subscribe.smh.com.au/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Please Explain
How the federal government plans to address inequality faced by First Nations people

Please Explain

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2021 11:16


The federal government has committed more than a $1 billion as part of the National Agreement on Closing the Gap and will now hand down the implementation plan to address inequality faced by First Nations people. The centrepiece of the plan is a $378 million reparations scheme for Stolen Generations survivors in the Northern Territory who will get up to $75,000 each for suffering inflicted on them by forcibly removing them from their families. Today on Please Explain, Nathanael Cooper is joined by Indigenous affairs reporter and Gamilaroi man Cameron Gooley. Subscribe to The Age & SMH: https://subscribe.smh.com.au/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast
Hugh Dawson on his brother's Olympic rowing success

RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 7:29


On a remote cattle station in the Northern Territory, a young stockman is following his younger brother's campaign for Olympic gold in the rowing. Men's eight rower Angus Dawson and his brother Hugh grew up on a property near the little town of Dingabelinga in South Australia.

SBS World News Radio
NT elders and TOs seek guarantees on water quality and supply from cotton growers

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 4:37


With cotton growing set to expand in the Northern Territory, communities want reassurance over water use.

RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast
Systematic abuse in NT youth detention "getting worse" according to top lawyer

RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 12:33


Five years after a Royal Commission revealed systemic abuse at youth detention centres, the Northern Territory Government has been forced to pay $35 million dollars in compensation. Critics say it's a lie that the Territory government is enacting the Commission's recommendations.

Full Story
The ‘Witch of Darwin'

Full Story

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 37:13


During the 1990s, Marie Cameron was known as the Witch of Darwin. It's not a title she chose for herself but one she was given by the media, after a traditional Scandinavian bonfire, or ‘witch burning', turned to violence. The events of that night would divide the community for years to come, with a media circus, a court battle, a protest, and the formation of a ‘council of witches'. Marie speaks to senior writer Brigid Delaney about how she became known as the Witch of Darwin, and the enduring symbolic power of the witch.

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast
NT Government pays former Don Dale inmates $35m on 5th anniversary of Royal Commission

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 11:24


The payout comes as lawyers and youth justice advocates mark the 5th Anniversary of the Royal Commission into the Detention and Protection of Children in the Northern Territory. Many say the NT Government have note acted to enforce recommendations made in 2016.

Humans Vs. The Internet
Season 3 Episode 2: News!

Humans Vs. The Internet

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2021 35:13


We are back with another Pop Culture episode! This week, we are sinking our teeth into NEWS. We have all sorts of games surrounding the news, whether real or fake. Join us as we play "Real Fake News Fake Fake News?" hear embarrassingly casual news from the Northern Territory, and finish with a rousing game of "Real News or Onion?" It's a bumpy ride of misinformation this week, so buckle up and enjoy!

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast
Peter Falconio murder: 20 years on and still no body

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 4:48


Police are renewing calls for information to help find the body of murdered backpacker Peter Falconio, on the anniversary of his disappearance. The attack on the British couple in 2001 remains one of Australia's most high-profile criminal cases in recent decades.

Cory Talks Podcast
Mon 12 Jul 2021 (0412)

Cory Talks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2021 44:04


On this final edition of Cory Talks… The New South Wales government may actually be taking their lockdown seriously now as restrictions were tightened on Friday and further mask rules taking effect from tomorrow (Tuesday 13 July 2021). Sunday the NSW Premier announced there could be as many as 100 new cases today. Sadly, an elderly woman from New South Wales died from COVID-19. As numbers continue to frustrate hardworking contact tracers and health officials in NSW, news has arisen that nearly 200 students at an exclusive Catholic school in Sydney were given the Pfizer vaccine by mistake. South of NSW, restrictions have eased in Victoria with the whole state on the same level of lessened restrictions now. But with school holidays now over, the Andrews government is concerned for families returning home from COVID areas of concern. Former Liberal Party member Julia Banks comes out swinging at her party and its leader, the Prime Minister! It was NAIDOC Week last week, a yearly celebration for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island peoples. Read more about the “two-way” learning happening in the Northern Territory. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-07-04/teaching-blends-aboriginal-culture-language-western-numeracy/100237208 This week on IN FOCUS, I follow up on a report from last week and the petition in Australia to halt the Federal Government's Cashless Debit Card (Indue card) which can be found at https://www.aph.gov.au/e-petitions/petition/EN2799 but please note it is only available to Australian residents and the petition closes on 21 July 2021 at 11:59pm Australian Eastern Standard Time. As most things, there's more to the story like the shareholders in Indue who stand to profit from those less fortunate. It's been 50 years since John Lennon released the anthem “Imagine”. Former US President Jimmy Carter and his wife Rosalynn have something truly special to celebrate. Australian tennis stars Ashy Barty and Dylan Alcott celebrate after their Wimbledon wins. America's 4th of July cyber attack, Microsoft making a change in its new operating system to a screen many around the world would have seen at least once over the years. TikTok lengthening their videos. Cats are taking their rightful place as social media stars. See the video from BBC News on some of the internet's most popular. https://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-asia-57678337 Stay subscribed and turn on notifications so you can be alerted if and when a new series begins. Follow on Anchor, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get podcasts, plus my YouTube channel. Cory Talks website, Email News sources: ABC News Australia, BBC News, Independent Australia, Michael West, The Guardian. CORY TALKS. A PODCAST FROM CORY O'CONNOR coryoconnor.com --- 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/corytalkspod/message

Central Station - Stories from Outback Australian Cattle Stations
[SHORT STORY] 89. Little boy in a big man's world

Central Station - Stories from Outback Australian Cattle Stations

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2021 8:24


Central Station [SHORT STORY] episodes bring the stories from our website to life through the authors themselves.  Find the story from this episode here: https://www.centralstation.net.au/little-people-huge-hearts/  ****** This episode is supported by Direct Drilling. Direct Drilling is a locally owned family drilling company based in Kununurra, servicing the Kimberley and Northern Territory. All Drillers are nationally licensed with the Australian Drilling Industry Association ensuring best practice, the protection of water resources, and guaranteeing the life of the bore. Find out more at directdrill.com.au

Conversations
Mick Gooda on working for a better day for all of us

Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2021 50:15


A Gangulu elder, Mick was Co-Commissioner of the high profile Royal Commission into the Protection and Detention of Children in the Northern Territory. Mick's fierce advocacy for young people is due in part to a sliding doors moment in his teens (CW: Discussion of suicide.  And for ATSI listeners please be advised this conversation contains the names of people who have died.  Take care when listening.)

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast
Remote community smashes daily vaccination record for the Northern Territory

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2021 6:37


On Sunday alone, the people of Maningrida and the Mala'la Health Service vaccinated 453 people, which is the most COVID-19 vaccines given in one day by any vaccination hub in the Northern Territory. Since then people have been turning up in droves, and now more than 800 residents have now had their first dose of Pfizer.

RNZ: Checkpoint
Trans-Tasman travel stays closed to Queensland, NSW

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2021 1:46


The trans-Tasman bubble will reopen for Western Australia and Northern Territory from midnight Friday, but will stay closed for Queensland and New South Wales. New Zealanders stuck in those states won't be stranded though. From the same time on Friday, they will be able to board green flights as long as they meet certain conditions. Speaking a short time ago at Parliament, the Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Covid-19 Minister Chris Hipkins laid out the extra layers of protection. Travellers coming from any Australian state will have to test negative for Covid-19 before boarding a plane. The travel pause with Queensland will be reviewed on Wednesday, but will remain in place for New South Wales indefinitely.

Conversations
Charlie King — my mother Ningardi's story

Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2021 51:57


Gurindji man and ABC presenter Charlie knew a little about his mum's life as he grew up. But after her death, he began to reckon with what she'd lived through as a child (CW: contains mention of ATSI people who have died; mentions of sexual violence)

Mere Mortals Book Reviews
We Of The Never Never & The Little Black Princess (Jeannie Gunn) - Book Review

Mere Mortals Book Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2021 19:13


What was Aussie bush life like back over 100 years ago?'We Of The Never Never & The Little Black Princess' by Jeannie Gunn are 2 separate stories (combined into 1 book) of her recollections living in the remote bush at the Elsey Cattle Station in the Northern Territory. The first story is of her maturation into a dependable missus and the characteristics of the people living in the outback. The second story is of Bett-Bett, an aboriginal girl who lives on the homestead for a short period where Mrs Gunn learns of the bizarre and astounding aspects of aboriginal culture.I summarised the book as follows. "It's decent writing and something completely new for me. I found it to be a pretty authentic view of Aussie bush culture, bush folk and of bush land. It gave me a new perspective of Aboriginal customs, both the ridiculous superstitious parts and the fun jovial parts. This book as a whole isn't a gamechanger, but I'm glad I read the two tales."As always, I hope you have a fantastic day wherever you are in the world. Kyrin out!Timeline:(0:00) - Intro & Synopsis(4:48) - Bush Folk: Blunt, hard & rough(8:14) - Aborigine Culture: Superstitious & full of surprises(14:30) - Personal Observations/Takeaways(16:47) - Summary(17:22) - Aussie SlangConnect with Mere Mortals:Website: https://www.meremortalspodcast.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/meremortalspodcast/

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast
My Feed: Teghan Hughes @tegsthesoundgirl

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2021 8:07


Our My Feed guest talks about the Northern Territory's underground music scene, and why it needs to be on your radar.

SBS World News Radio
Further lockdowns reflect concerns over Delta variant's spread

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2021 8:33


Parts of Queensland, Western Australia and the Northern Territory are entering lockdowns in response to a number of positive locally acquired cases, while NSW has recorded 19 new cases.

Central Station - Stories from Outback Australian Cattle Stations
[SPINNING YARNS] 87. Kirsty Williams - Don't sweat the small stuff

Central Station - Stories from Outback Australian Cattle Stations

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2021 86:48


Kirsty Williams lives on Peake Station near Oodnadatta in South Australia. In amongst working on the station, working in town as a teacher, sharing her home with staff, and juggling four kids under the age of 6 (and the endless baskets of dirty laundry that come with it all) – Kirsty certainly didn't think there was anything interesting about her life to share in a podcast episode. But what you'll learn in this episode is that that couldn't be farther from the truth. To start the episode, I asked Kirsty to tell me about the summer of 2018, when her return back to the station with her 4th child didn't go exactly as planned... *** This episode is supported by Direct Drilling. Direct Drilling is a locally owned family drilling company based in Kununurra, servicing the Kimberley and Northern Territory. All Drillers are nationally licensed with the Australian Drilling Industry Association ensuring best practice, the protection of water resources, and guaranteeing the life of the bore. Find out more at directdrill.com.au

Conversations
River, desert, island — Julie Janson's stories

Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2021 51:27


After years teaching in the remote Northern Territory, Julie began to trace her ancestry among the Darug people around the Hawkesbury River. Her most recent novel was written in response to Kate Grenville's The Secret River