North-east state of Australia
On this episode of Above The Horizontal, we tackle - Origin 2 Review- Wildcard Awards- Round 16 Predictions Host/Editor:Bo Nicholson (@Bo_pioneer) Check out his other shows (https://linktr.ee/BoNicholson) PanellistsDaniel Friend (@27Frendy) Kris Wareing Myles Stedman Produced by The Pioneer Australia (https://pioneeraustralia.wordpress.com/ )
The Queensland Government will make cabinet papers and submissions public within 30 days of decisions, parting with the existing 20 to 30-year waiting period before documents are released from the state archives.
Van Badham and Ben Davison emerge from their COVID isolation to breakdown the real story behind the wages debate in Australia. The reality doesn't match the ideological chest beating from the business lobby who were quick to claim a Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) mandate for a wages cap (their isn't one) to stop a "wages spiral" and that Sally McManus, leader of Australian Unions, had called the RBA governor a "boomer". (She didn't). Van and Ben look at the ways collective bargaining is failing, how it can/could work to lift wages, some innovations like the TWU/Uber agreement and why more and more workers are banding together to take action across whole sectors (like the teacher unions in New South Wales). Across the board union members are earning more, so join your union at australianunions.org.au/wow Of course Liberal Leader Peter Dutton was quick to jump on the "wage spiral" rhetoric along with his anti-teacher culture war so Van and Ben look at why Liberal's in Australia might be using American style tactics. This episode takes an extended look into the US Supreme Court, the fundamentalists that Trump appointed to the court, the activism they are now displaying in overturning Roe V Wade, removing gun control laws, imposing religion in schools and directing federal funds to religious organisations. With the January 6 Commission hearings in full swing Van gives a clear eyed analysis of Trump, and his enablers, lack of commitment to democracy, dedication to culture wars and power at all costs approach. The good news is that Queensland is imposing a form of progressive taxation on coal companies! And as always we acknowledge the Cadre and Extend the Reach supporters who make it possible for us to reach even more people at www.buymeacoffee.com/weekonwednesday
South Bank stretches from Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art in the north to the Queensland Maritime Museum in the south and is famous for its diverse mix of entertainment, recreation and leisure activities that are all within walking distance of each other. - South Bank ist das kulturelle Herz der Hauptstadt von Queensland. Korrespondentin Katharina Loesche ist von dem Freizeitangebot entlang dem Brisbane River total begeistert.
The review by Professor Peter Coaldrake has called for the “rejuvenation” of the public service amid damning findings into its culture. RSPCA Queensland's been ordered into mediation with two long-serving former executives who have launched unfair dismissal claims. Incoming Queensland Greens MPs have hit back at Prime Minister Anthony Albanese's crossbench staff cuts. Queensland crowned Australia's tourism capital for the first time. For updates and breaking news throughout the day take out a subscription atcouriermail.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Lachie and Harvey go head to head in a Coach Wars battle with a Rep Round theme. They each select a 13 man team featuring: 2 players from NZ, Fiji, PNG, Samoa and Tonga, and 1 player from Cook Islands, NSW & Queensland.JOIN OUR PATREONhttps://patreon.com/ttaggCOMPLETE OUR 2022 FAN SURVEYhttps://forms.gle/mm536qyc4R77dW4fAJOIN OUR NRL FANTASY LEAGUECode: 39547V4WJOIN OUR NRL TIPPING COMPCode: LNZPW5RRFOLLOW UShttps://www.instagram.com/theytalkagoodgame/EMAIL USgoodgamethepodcast@gmail.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
James and Declan are back to deep-dive into the blues game 2 victory as well as give our tips for the decider in Queensland for game 3. We also deep dive into all the international footy talking points plus give our tips for Round 16 of the NRL.
Experts are warning that Australia could see a rise in COVID-19 cases and hospitalisation as the new BA.5 variant looks set to become the dominant strain in Australia. That news comes as Queensland's Chief Health Officer warns of a likely increase in his state and the ACT records their highest hospitalisation levels to date.
Join us in the latest episode of TradeMutt radio where we are joined by Ben 'Dobbo' Dobbin.'Dobbo' is one of Australia's most loved media personalities. Born and educated in Sydney, he moved to make his home in Queensland, starting his career as a jackaroo in Brunette Downs and moving on to spend the next 15 years as a Stock and Station Agent.We hear about his early childhood, the trials and tribulations of divorce, his work with Triple M & Channel 9 Sport and his aspiratinonal mindset on wanting to achieve more out of life.
Daniel Pettigrew joins you every morning from 5am to give you all the latest in Sport. This morning we looked at the big stories in the NRL and asked you for some of your nominations in the weird and wonderful of Sport. Plus, we got the latest from Wimbledon and we spoke to Chris Perkins from USA to get all the latest in America.
California based Dr. Richard Chaffoo is a triple board certified plastic surgeon with a practice that focuses on aesthetic plastic surgery and hair restoration. Dr. Chaffoo has completed two surgical residencies in plastic and reconstructive surgery and otolaryngology - head and neck surgery. He's board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the Board of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, and the American Board of Facial and Plastic Reconstructive Surgery. Richard is a past president of the San Diego Plastic Surgery Society and past chief of plastic surgery, Scripps Memorial Hospital, Encinitas, California. Dr. Chaffoo is also the medical advisor to Stemson Therapeutics, a local biotech company, which is developing a novel regenerative model for hair restoration. Richard and Hanya met recently at the AAPS Non Surgical Symposium on the Gold Coast, in Queensland, Australia and discussed his revolutionary work in the arena of male hair restoration with Venus Concept Lasers – Vero Hair. For more information on Richard, please click on this link https://www.lajollaskin.com/ More information about Hanya Oversby can be found on https://hanyaoversby.com.au/
Our guest in this episode is Dr Sarel Gronum (Business School at the University of Queensland), whose Masters students get thrown into proper, several week long, consultancy projects with real world business clients. Besides the challenge of building this flagship course and how he had to fine tune his own teaching role within it, Sarel talks about the centrality of ambiguity and ‘trench warfare' for student learning.
As a child growing up in rural England, Jo discovers the queer God in unexpected places.Josephine Inkpin is the first openly and fully recognised transgender Anglican priest in Australia, now currently working as Minister of Pitt Street Uniting Church in Sydney. Chair of Equal Voices, the national network of LGBTIQ+ Christians and allies, Jo has also been a prominent leader in inter-faith, multicultural, Reconciliation and other justice activities over many years. Originally from England, and later described as a ‘Dangerous Woman of Queensland', she lives with her wife Penny and shares the joy of children and grandchildren.Queerstories an award-winning LGBTQI+ storytelling project directed by Maeve Marsden, with regular events around Australia. For more information, visit www.queerstories.com.au and follow Queerstories on Facebook.The Queerstories book is published by Hachette Australia, and can be purchased from your favourite independent bookseller or on Booktopia.To support Queerstories, become a patron at www.patreon.com/ladysingsitbetterAnd for gay stuff and insomnia rants follow Maeve Marsden on Twitter and Instagram. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Our guest in this episode is Peter Edwards from Archipelago Architects based in Queensland. Peter is a registered architect and director of Archipelago Architects, a practice that works across all scales from city-making through to small multi-residential projects. Philip shares his thoughts on the unrealised potential of unbuilt projects, how the new city of Brisbane interfaces with country and its indigenous culture, and how people design differently with regards to reformed legislation, such as liquor licence changes, or destroyed buildings, such as Notre Dame, and they're forced to look at existing conditions differently. This interview is conducted by Bridie O'Toole who is an EmAGN representative based in Queensland.
The Queensland state government has recently announced that Tamil Language can be chosen as a subject for university entrance examination. - குயின்ஸ்லாந்து மாநில மாணவர்கள் பல்கலைக்கழக புகுமுகத் தேர்வில், அடுத்த வருடம் முதல் தமிழ் மொழியை ஒரு பாடமாகத் தேர்ந்தெடுக்க முடியும் என்று குயின்ஸ்லாந்து மாநில அரசு அண்மையில் அறிவித்துள்ளது.
Victoria, Hakenkreuz olarak da bilinen Nazi gamalı haç sembolünün kullanımını resmi olarak yasaklayan Avustralya'daki ilk eyalet oldu. Yeni yasaları çiğneyenler büyük para cezaları ve hatta hapis cezasıyla karşı karşıya kalacak, ancak bazı kullanımlar dini, kültürel veya eğitimsel gerekçelerle muaf tutulacak. Yasalar NSW, Tazmanya, Queensland ve Güney Avustralya'da izlenecek benzer yasalarla, son yıllarda neo-Nazi ve aşırı sağcı faaliyetlerde yeniden canlanmaya tepki olarak oluşturuldu.
Piotr Pokorski, presents Monday sports summary of the week. - Pior Pokorski przedstawia poniedziałkowe podsumowanie wydarzeń sportowych minionego tygodnia. Nowa Południowa Walia pokonała Queensland w drugim meczu rozgrywek State of Origin!
Charlotte Cush is the current reigning Ms Galaxy Australasia 2022. After being crowned in 2020, it has been a long wait for Galaxy Internationals with competition taking place in McAllen, Texas this coming August. Growing up on the beautiful beaches of the Gold Coast, Charlotte grew up around the water with her five siblings. Her love for the water grew into a passion for competitive swimming. Her athletic and highly competitive nature also branched out into touch football, netball and cross country running representing her state in each discipline throughout her schooling. Charlotte attributes her drive, commitment, dedication and passion for health and fitness to her diverse athletic upbringing. Retiring from swimming at the age of 18, she took up Remedial massage and Beauty Therapy and worked alongside some of the most iconic names in the industry such as the Versace Day Spa and Ella Bache. Realising that beauty and health was more than just skin deep, her passion for health and helping people evolved into a medical interest. She started studying her Bachelor of Nursing full-time and after three years of studies landed herself a post-graduate position at one of the most prestigious hospitals in Queensland in the Oncology and Haematology ward. Since then she has also completed a double specialty in Apheresis and Stem Cell collection techniques. She teaches nursing students and has spoken at state conferences for drug companies. Now in her eighth year of nursing, she couldn't think of a better profession than one that saves lives and supports the health of her community. Charlotte has blossomed into a well-rounded pageant competitor with a whole lot of heart who challenges the public's old school ideations of who and what a pageant girl really is. Educated, strong and fearless with a pinch of sass. She aims to use her platform to help young women attain a healthy mentality towards fitness and health, and to work closely with the Cancer Council raising money for cancer research. ---⠀ ⠀ Be more than just a queen. Make an IMPACT. Join our sorority:⠀ ⬇️⬇️⬇️⠀ http://thepageantsorority.com/
This series is presented in partnership with Black Magic Woman, Cairns Indigenous Art Fair and Bumma Bippera Media 98.7 FM. The Cairns Indigenous Art Fair will run from 6-10 July in Cairns, go to https://ciaf.com.au for more information on what's on and for tickets.Gerry Turpin is a Mbabaram man from north Qld and a renowned Ethnobotanist. He has been employed by the Queensland State Government for about 30 years and has previously been involved in the Queensland Herbarium's Vegetation Surveys and Regional Ecosystem Mapping Project in Queensland.Gerry manages the Tropical Indigenous Ethnobotany Centre at the Australian Tropical Herbarium, in partnership with James Cook University, DISITI and CSIRO, and has worked with many Traditional Owner groups on Cape York and other parts of Queensland. He is a member of the Ecological Society of Australia Board of Directors with the role of Indigenous Engagement.As an Indigenous ethnobotanist Gerry has a strong cultural commitment to facilitating effective partnerships that support Indigenous communities to protect, manage and maintain their cultural knowledge on the use of plants.Gerry will deliver the keynote speech for CIAF 2022 (and is one of the CIAF Art Awards judges)! He'll speak to this year's theme:
MG's Origin II Review | The Phenomenal Blues Level The Series, Should Latrell Mitchell Return In Game III & MG Questions A Queensland Tactic That Backfired! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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New South Wales have levelled up the State of Origin series with a thumping win over Queensland in Perth; History was made last night, as NASA launched its first rocket from Australian soil this century; Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and other Asia-Pacific leaders will attend this year's NATO meeting, in an extraordinary attempt to tackle the rise of both Russia and China. Presented by Jodie Spears. More news across the day on 7NEWS.com.au and 7Plus. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this bulletin, the Prime Minister leaves Australia for a crucial NATO security bloc summit in Spain; Ukraine's capital Kyiv left reeling after the first Russian strike in weeks; and in sport, New South Wales square the State-of-Origin series with an emphatic victory over Queensland.
Presented by Palmerbet In this episode of the Fergo and The Freak NRL podcast League Freak gives his thoughts on the huge win by New South Wales over Queensland in State Of Origtin 2 before having a chat about the international football we saw over the weekend. The Freaky talks about the silly argument that some people put forward that some parts of Rugby League need to become "less than" so that other parts of the game can grow. Go here: https://tipping.nrl.com Click on the “Tipping” link on the left hand side. If you need to register a free account, do it. When youre all set up join out competition by entering our competition code which is: W33TMDE5 Twitter AndrewRLP and LeagueFreak Patreon Rugby League Project Patreon and the League Freak Patreon! Websites The Rugby League Project The Official Website Of The Glorious League Freak Rugby League Podcasting Network NRL Rumours NRL Breaking News FergoandTheFreak.com #RugbyLeague #NRL #RFL #SuperLeague #NSW #QLD #Sport #Rugby #IntRL #RugbyWorldCup #StateOfOrigin #Origin #RLWC #Podcast #LiveSport #GreatAustralianPodcasts #NRLPodcast #SuperLeaguePodcast #RugbyPodcast #SportPodcast #RugbyLeaguePodcast #History #RugbyHistory #InternationalRL #RLWC9s #RedV #ThunderAndLightning #NRLGrandFinal Youve found the best 2023 NRL Podcast going! The Official NRL website, For the latest NRL News, or the 2022 NRL Draw and 2023 NRL Draw,just click the links! Also if you're looking to Buy 2022 NRL Tickets you know where to go!
Hi #smartcommunity friends! In this episode of the Smart Community Podcast we are so excited to bring you our very first podcast panel, which was recorded live at the beginning of June 2022. We were joined by Laura Baker from the City of Casey in Victoria and who is also the President of the Australian Smart Communities Association (ASCA). We had Nathaniel Mason from the City of Tea Tree Gully in South Australia, James Peet from Moreton Bay Regional Council in Queensland, and we also had Rory Brown from the Smart Places Program in the Cities and Active Transport Division in New South Wales. We proudly partnered with the Australian Smart Communities Association to bring you this very special episode, as we discuss how to embed Smart Communities. In this episode we begin with an Acknowledgement of Country, our panelists tell us about their backgrounds, and Laura also tells us a bit about what ASCA does as well as the Smart Casey launchpad. We then hear from James and he tells us about the asset scanning and Smart park projects Moreton Bay Council have been running. Rory then tells us a bit about the Smart Places strategy and some of the initiatives involved, we then hear about the City of Casey's Digital Equity Living Lab that has just been introduced, before Nathaniel tells us about the Connected Cities project the City of Tea Tree Gully has been working on. Rory then discusses some interesting projects, including the Smart planning portal, the 3D modeling work they have done with some Western Sydney councils, and the Smart irrigation work they have been managing at Sydney Olympic Park. We finish our panel chat discussing the key elements to embedding Smart Communities in our organisations. This is a really exciting episode, a little bit longer than normal and we really hope you get a lot out of it. As always, we hope you enjoy listening to this episode as much as we enjoyed making it!Find the full show notes at: www.mysmart.communityConnect with Laura via LinkedInConnect with Nathaniel via LinkedInConnect with James via LinkedInConnect with Rory via email: firstname.lastname@example.orgConnect with me via email: email@example.comConnect with My Smart Community via LinkedIn or Twitter and watch on YouTubeThe Smart Community Podcast is produced by Perk Digital
Anne is a current kinship carer in Queensland in 2022. She shares her experience as a carer and chats about the urgent need for Queenslanders and Australians to open up their hearts and homes to care for this country's most vulnerable children. Content Warning: This podcast contains strong themes that may trigger emotional distress to some listeners. If you or anyone you know are experiencing distress of any nature, please do not hesitate to find professional support. Subscribe and stick around, because by the end of every episode, we will be one step closer to connecting with my birth family. You will also have a first-hand insight on the psyche of an adoptee and other issues surrounding adoption in Australia. Find this project easily on socials @LedByAHeartstring on Instagram, @HeartstringPod on Twitter and you can easily find the page on Facebook for other live updates as they happen. Led By A Heartstring is recorded in Brisbane, Australia. New seasonal episodes of the podcast are released weekly on a Monday. Send questions and other correspondence to: firstname.lastname@example.org Original Music by Jonah Bobongie Produced by Jonah Bobongie. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Michael O'Connor was a gifted dual international who won an NRL competition with Manly in 1987 and represented New South Wales 19 times. But he's probably best remembered for his incredible sideline conversion at the Sydney Football Stadium in Game II of the 1991 series. He tells Andrew Moore about how he came to be kicking the crucial goal and his involvement in the other big incident from that game - the clash between Wally Lewis and Mark Geyer.
The Smart 7 Ireland Edition is the daily news podcast that gives you everything you need to know in 7 minutes, at 7am, 7 days a week…Consistently appearing in Ireland's Daily News charts, we're a trusted source for people every day.If you're enjoying it, please follow, share or even post a review, it all helps…Today's episode includes references to the following guests:Aditya Ramesh - AI researcher at OpenAIMario Klingemen - Artist and Google Arts and Culture residentTed Underwood - Associate professor of English at the University of IllinoisKul Bahador Gurung - Former General Secretary of the Nepal Mountaineering AssociationDr Alejandra Perotti - Associate Professor of Invertebrate Biology at the University of ReadingChristian Rinke - Senior lecturer of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences at the University of Queensland, AustraliaAbraham Noe-Hays - Co-founder of Rich Earth InstituteRebecca Lahr - Assistant Professor in Engineering at Michigan State UniversityCraig Carnaroli - Executive Vice President of the University of PennsylvaniaZeb Hogan - Research biologist at the University of Nevada and the United Nations Convention on Migratory Species Scientific Council for FishContact us over at Twitter or visit www.thesmart7.comPresented by Ciara Revins, written by Liam Thompson and produced by Daft Doris. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Smart 7 is a daily podcast that gives you everything you need to know in 7 minutes, at 7 am, 7 days a week...With over 9 million downloads and consistently charting, including as No. 1 News Podcast on Spotify, we're a trusted source for people every day.If you're enjoying it, please follow, share, or even post a review, it all helps...Today's episode includes the following guests:Aditya Ramesh - AI researcher at OpenAIMario Klingemen - Artist and Google Arts and Culture residentTed Underwood - Associate professor of English at the University of IllinoisKul Bahador Gurung - Former General Secretary of the Nepal Mountaineering AssociationDr Alejandra Perotti - Associate Professor of Invertebrate Biology at the University of ReadingChristian Rinke - Senior lecturer of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences at the University of Queensland, AustraliaAbraham Noe-Hays - Co-founder of Rich Earth InstituteRebecca Lahr - Assistant Professor in Engineering at Michigan State UniversityCraig Carnaroli - Executive Vice President of the University of PennsylvaniaZeb Hogan - Research biologist at the University of Nevada and the United Nations Convention on Migratory Species Scientific Council for FishIn Ireland? Why not try our Ireland Edition?Contact us over at Twitter or visit www.thesmart7.comPresented by Jamie East, written by Olivia Davies and produced by Daft Doris. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Liane Barker is a specialist in gold leaf signage and traditional hand-painted signs. Her Brush and Pen studio is located in Queensland but she often travels the world teaching workshops. Liane taught a workshop at the last in-person Typism conference and blew everyone away with her teaching skills which is exactly why we asked her on to the Typism podcast to talk about developing your expertise and teaching what you know. https://www.typismcommunity.com/blog/typism-podcast-liane-barker
On Wednesday the government announced plans to create a new ‘Bill of Rights' to Parliament, that will replace the current Human Rights Act. It argues that these reforms will ‘reinforce freedom of speech, enable us to deport more foreign offenders and better protect the public from dangerous criminals'. But organisations that work with female victims of crime say this is a direct attack on women's rights. They say the Human Rights Act is an important weapon when it comes to victims and survivors' ability to seek justice. Next Monday is the start of this year's Wimbledon and today we discover the story behind Althea Gibson the first Black woman to win Wimbledon in 1957 and 1958. Despite many obstacles her achievements, now more than 60 years ago, led seven-times Wimbledon winner, Serena Williams, to describe her as the ‘most important pioneer for tennis'. Writer and performer Kemi-Bo Jacobs was so inspired by her that she has written a one-woman play about this trailblazer, now on stage at the Alphabetti Theatre in Newcastle. With festival season well underway, the Association of Independent Festivals has re-launched the Safer Spaces campaign which tackles sexual assault and harassment at festivals. Over 100 festivals have signed up to their charter, and will be rolling out their policies over the summer. Anita Rani is joined by Kate Osler, who is on the non-executive board of the Association of Independent Festivals and is secretary director for the El Dorado festival where she is currently setting up for next weekend, and Bea Bennister, who co-founded Girls Against, a non-profit organisation fighting sexual assault at live music events. Women who have suffered multiple miscarriages and stillbirths are at greater risk of stroke, according to new research published by the British Medical Journal. The data looked at over 600,000 women around the world, and in particular women aged between 32 and 73 who were then followed up for an average of 11 years. Professor Gita Mishra is from the University of Queensland, School of Public Health and the senior author on this project. As far as festivals go, Shetland's famous Up Helly Aa fire festival has to be one of the most spectacular. It takes place in January and remembers the Vikings who used to rule the Shetland islands 1,000 years ago. Warriors parade through the streets by torchlight as visitors from across the world gather to watch the spectacle and the day culminates with the dramatic burning of a replica Viking long ship. But women and girls have never been allowed to take part in Lerwick - which is the capital of Shetland - until now. It was announced earlier this week there will no longer be gender restrictions. Johan Adamson is a campaigner from the group Up Helly Aa for Aa and Amy Gear is codirector of arts organisation Gaada who looked at the equality of Up Helly Aa for of their projects. Presenter: Anita Rani Producer: Kirsty Starkey Interviewed Guest: Hannah Couchman Interviewed Guest: Victoria Atkins Interviewed Guest: Kemi-Bo Jacobs Interviewed Guest: Kate Osler Interviewed Guest: Bea Bennister Interviewed Guest: Professor Gita Mishra Interviewed Guest: Johan Adamson Interviewed Guest: Amy Gear
Since the Beatles showed up with a built-in songwriting team, bands have always had those members who practised the mysterious art of creating and arranging compositions rather than relying on outside professionals to do that for them. Of course, even those great songsmiths liked to take a break and release an album of music that inspired them to pick up the quill and ink in the first place – Bowie's “Pinups”, Patti Smith's “12”, John Lennon's “Rock n Roll” (maybe more for contractual obligations, but still...) Now we can add Australian songwriter John Kennedy's “Raining Treasure” to that mix. Welcome to episode 158 of Love That Album. John's been making great records since the 1980s with his bands like John Kennedy's Love Gone Wrong and JFK and the Cuban Crisis. His music has always had an Americana flavour to it, and he writes wonderful tales of life in Sydney. His 2017 album JFK and the Midlife Crisis was a concept album about a middle aged musician recalling his times younger days in Sydney working in the indie music scene and where he now sees himself. In 2019, this led to the idea of recording an album of covers from fellow travellers in Australian independent music of the 70s and 80s, “Raining Treasure – Australian Indie Gold Covers Vol.1”.In 2022, John and his band The '68 Comeback Special have released a second volume, “Raining Treasure – More Australian Indie Gold Covers Vol.2” with their interpretations of songs from The Scientists, Weddings Parties Anything, Radio Birdman, and (in an extension of the definition of “independent”) The Angels (aka Angel City in the US). These are not carbon copies of their originals – the gents put deep thought into the arrangements of these songs, and the results in some cases show a greater musical alignment with the lyrics. I met up with John Kennedy and Peter Timmerman from the band to discuss these great albums. Tales are also told of the oppressiveness of Queensland under the Bjelke-Petersen government, John's “Sex Pistols” moment meeting the Go Betweens, and whether it's appropriate for an audience to chant during a cover of THAT Angels song. If you're a fan of Kennedy, you won't want to miss this. If you're unfamiliar with his work, you're in for a treat. You can stream the Raining Treasure albums from the usual places OR get a physical copies of the CDs from https://www.thegroovemerchants.com/Product/106392?fbclid=IwAR0x6jxrn6V3nds5OV4EcVGER_pkmkSQrG6KqBUplMqxLWP4JKDY2-wREP4 If you want to do a compare and contrast with the originals, I've created a YouTube playlist:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aUPF49t_p_U&list=PLvosm3nd-62VG0NoFR3x8jhoMgPBkcm51 Download this episode of LTA from your podcast app of choice. The wider back catalogue of episodes can also be found at http://lovethatalbumpodcast.blogspot.com Love That Album is proudly part of the Pantheon Podcast network. Go to http://pantheonpodcasts.com to check out all their great shows. You can send me feedback at email@example.com (written or mp3 voicemail) or join the Facebook group at http://www.facebook.com/groups/lovethatalbum If you'd consider writing an iTunes review I'd be immensely grateful. However, it'd be even better if you told a friend about the podcast and Pantheon – at a barbecue, over coffee, on social media….whatever way you choose, consider me grateful. Proudly Pantheon.
Victoria has become the first state in Australia to officially ban the use of the Nazi swastika symbol, also known as the Hakenkreuz [[hark-en-kross]]. Those who break the new laws face large fines and even jail time, though certain uses will be exempt on religious, cultural or educational grounds. The laws have been created in response to a resurgence in neo-Nazi and far right extremist activity in recent years, with similar legislation to follow in New South Wales, Tasmania, Queensland and South Australia. - Викторија стана првата држава во Австралија која официјално ја забрани употребата на кукастиот крст, нацистичкиот симбол познат и како Hakenkreuz. Оние кои ќе ги прекршат новите закони се соочуваат со големи парични казни, па дури и затворска казна. Сепак ќе има исклучоци за употреба на верска и културна основа и за образовни цели. Законите се создадени како одговор на оживувањето на неонацистичките и екстремно десничарските екстремистички активности во последниве години, а слична легислатива ќе следи во Нов Јужен Велс, Тасманија, Квинсленд и Јужна Австралија.
Queensland singer-songwriter Briannah Grace is stepping into an anticipated new venture inspired during the crazy changes caused by Covid-19. ‘If I Had To Guess' is a catchy, fun, and upbeat urban cowgirl pop song. It is a sassy take on the heartache and denial everyone faces while getting over someone you still miss. Rae Leigh sits down for a live chat in the Gold Coast studio to talk about her new path with the origioanl work and what inspires her. We were suprised at what we found out about this inspirational women and artist. Briannah spent 2020 kicking huge goals, that launched her in the award-winning sibling duo as half of ‘Oh Harlow', who in 2020 won the Queensland Music Award for ‘Country Song of the Year', starred in the Top 24 on X Factor 2016, performed at Woodford Folk Festival, Groundwater Country Music Festival and Gympie Music Muster four years in a row. Oh Harlow's debut single ‘Give It A Miss' hit the charts at #3 on The Music Network Australian Country Airplay Charts, #1 on the iTunes Country Singles Chart and the sisters performed around Australia and toured internationally to Japan. Taking with her the hard work and determination that it took to create that success, this short but mighty go-getter has spent the pandemic songwriting, learning guitar, photography and building a community while live-streaming her music on the online platform ‘Twitch' when not performing due to the pandemic. After six years of touring, songwriting and performing in her duo, Briannah Grace is fronting her own debut single ‘If I Had To Guess', recorded at Brisbane's Red Engine Recording Studio, and produced by Andrew Cochrane. To co-incide with the single release, Briannah Grace will be performing at Gympie Music Muster in August. Connect with Briannah: Facebook Twitter YouTube Spotify Instagram Twitch
Join us for some comedic relief as we make a whole lot of fun of Dr. Ecoli, aka the unhygienicdoctor that has traveled the world hurting people. We are joined by Joe from the podcast Consistently Eccentric.Enjoy!me&my health upOur mission is to enhance and enlighten the well-being of others... welcome to 'health...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show