We talk to Duncan Challen from Sydney Science Park about our upcoming Mission Oz. Sydney Science Park is sponsoring students from Caroline Chisholm College to participate in our forthcoming virtual mission!Inspiring the next generation of women space explorers! Sydney Science Park (by Celestino) is proud to sponsor girls from Caroline Chisholm College in Western Sydney to participate in a unique global space mission challenge: Mission Oz together with One Giant Leap Australia Foundation. To celebrate World Space Week, young Western Sydney astronauts will embark on a six-day virtual space mission to broaden their technical knowledge and theorical understanding required to carry out a successful space mission! Getting ready to blast off! #CELESTINO #STEM #MISSIONOZ #ONEGIANTLEAPAUSTRALIA #NATIONALSCIENCEWEEK #SPACETEAMSMISSIONOZ #EDUCATION #SPACEEXPLORATION #SPACE #STEMSPACE #SYDNEYSCIENCEPARK #INSPIRINGKIDS #NEXTGENERATION #SPACETEAMSCHALLENGE #SPACECRAFT #SCIENCE #YOUNGEXPLORERS #MISSIONOZSTEMCHALLENGEhttps://www.celestino.net.au/developments/sydney-science-park/https://onegiantleapfoundation.com.au/mission-oz/
Michael Slogget owner of MTC, an educational and personal development service that helps people trading and investing. In this episode we talk about the hard up bringing from Western Sydney to CEO of MTC. To be apart of the WalkersOnly self development program sign up now - www.Walkersonlypodcast.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/oliver-olds/message
Từ 60 năm nay, không gian là nơi mà con người chạy đua để thám hiểm và sử dụng. Internet ra đời khiến không gian càng bận rộn với các vệ tinh điều khiển giúp con người giao tiếp và thậm chí đi lại, qua GPS. Nhưng việc gấp rút phóng các vật thể lên quỹ đạo đang trở thành một vấn đề. Các vệ tinh không hết hạn sử dụng và các thiết bị cũ làm tắc nghẽn bầu trời phía trên Trái đất. Một nhóm các nhà nghiên cứu từ Đại học Western Sydney đang giúp giải quyết vấn đề rác thải của con người ngổn ngang trong không gian.
Allan Parker OAM is a Micro Behavioural Scientist and Negotiator. Allan usually introduces himself as an eccentric Micro-Behavioural Neuroscientist, International Negotiator, and Educator.He works as a negotiator/facilitator of large-scale multi-party negotiations and disputes. Within government and private organisations, he trains in negotiation, dispute prevention and healthy considered conversations.Allan has presented, facilitated, and moderated in over 60 different countries around the world and has had participants from 192 countries in his audience at one time at the United Nations-World Investment Forum.He was a writer and a professor on the Masters Program of Dispute Resolution at the School of Law and Business, University of Western Sydney, where he was appointed Adjunct Professor for his contribution to the field.In 2012, Allan wrote Australia's first degree in negotiation. In 2020, Allan was a recipient for the Order of Australia Medal for his contribution to business and dispute resolution.He is the author of The Negotiator's Toolkit, the best seller Switch on Your Brain; and co-author of Beyond Yes – Negotiating and Networking.In addition to his professional achievements, Allan has been a scratch golfer and has run 16 marathons and 11 ultra marathons (including 24 hours twice).See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We were joined by author Michael Mohammed Ahmad, founding director of the Sweatshop Literary Movement, to talk about his latest novel 'The Other Half Of You', reframing your relationships, and why Western Sydney sees so little crime fiction. This extended discussion goes into deeper detail on what fictions about Western Sydney we still see in the press, the growing literary scene, including the successes of Sweatshop, and more about this year's panel at BAD: Sydney Crime Writers Festival, 'Myths and Realities: "Middle Eastern Crime" in Western Sydney', where he spoke with Randa Abdel-Fattah, Amani Haydar & Sarah Ayoub. If you haven't yet, I'd also suggest checking out our colleague Andrew Pople's discussions with Michael Mohammed Ahmad on Final Draft, via the 2ser website or your podcast app of choice. Death of the Reader were provided media tickets to BAD: Sydney Crime Writers Festival 2022
Ở Việt Nam, bất động sản dường như chỉ dành cho những nhà đầu tư có vốn lớn, những tập đoàn địa ốc. Còn đối với người có thu nhập thấp đến trung bình, người có nhu cầu thật sự, thì gần như không có cơ hội sở hữu.Hiểu được điều này, năm 2021, Realbox được ra đời. Đây là một trong những nền tảng mã hóa bất động sản dựa trên blockchain đầu tiên trên thế giới. Người sáng lập là ông Alex Phạm, Tiến sĩ chuyên ngành Kinh Tế Đô Thị tại trường đại học Western Sydney. Sau gần 20 năm nghiên cứu, giảng dạy và làm việc ở nước ngoài trong lĩnh vực kinh tế, Alex đã quyết định trở về Việt Nam khởi nghiệp.Trò chuyện với host Miro Nguyễn trên Vietnam Innovators, Alex Phạm sẽ chia sẻ thêm về bức tranh bất động sản tại Việt Nam và thế giới. Những bất cập trong việc đầu tư bất động sản hiện này là gì? Làm sao để tiếp cận với bất động sản dễ dàng hơn? Cùng tìm câu trả lời trong tập podcast này!Đừng quên có thể xem bản video của podcast này tại YouTube. Và đọc những bài viết thú vị tại website vietcetera.comNếu có bất cứ góp ý, phản hồi hay mong muốn hợp tác, bạn có thể gửi email về địa chỉ firstname.lastname@example.org Cảm ơn Viglacera đã đồng hành cùng tập podcast này. Cùng chặng đường 48 năm hình thành và phát triển, Tổng công ty Viglacera - CTCP là nhà sản xuất Vật liệu xây dựng và đầu tư kinh doanh Bất động sản lớn nhất tại Việt Nam với hơn 40 đơn vị thành viên. Chúng tôi tự hào là nhà cung cấp dịch vụ hàng đầu về vật liệu xây dựng bền vững và chất lượng cao đồng thời là nhà phát triển Khu công nghiệp hàng đầu tại Việt Nam.
Western Sydney mates from The Block, Omar & Oz join us live in the studio to chat about their season. Are they happy with being portrayed with their edit after Ankur and Sharon spoke up??! And also the guys call up Ronnie from a few seasons back after he was caught talking sh*t about them! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We discuss chapters 8-14 of the eleventh Albert Campion novel by Margery Allingham. While committing some form of espionage he's probably supposed to know about, Albert Campion is shown the grand scale of the Bridge Institute's power, from dozens of lorries gathered in a cave, to powerful remote detonators that could change the face of warfare. The investigation is upended when his budding ally Superintendent Hutch is told Campion matches the description of a man who fled from a city hospital the day before. Unable to prove it wasn't him, Campion goes on the run, trying to solve what it is he even needs to solve. We're also joined by author Michael Mohammed Ahmad, founding director of the Sweatshop Literary Movement, to talk about his latest novel 'The Other Half Of You', reframing your relationships, and why Western Sydney sees so little crime fiction. This interview was recorded ahead of the BAD: Sydney Crime Writers Festival panel 'Myths and Realities: "Middle Eastern Crime" in Western Sydney', where he spoke with Randa Abdel-Fattah, Amani Haydar & Sarah Ayoub. Death of the Reader were provided media tickets to BAD: Sydney Crime Writers Festival 2022
Dr. Joshua Pate is a Lecturer in Physiotherapy at the University of Technology Sydney in Australia. He is also a pain researcher, Children's book author, and co-founder of One Thing, a video platform where pain experts share key insights that can help people with pain. Many people don't realize that chronic pain is relatively common in children. Josh studies how kids think about pain and how that impacts their lives and the lives of others in their household. He is interested in understanding how educating kids about pain and helping them manage their pain might impact chronic pain issues when people are young and also later in life. In addition to his work, Josh enjoys balancing his roles as a husband, dad, and uncle. When he has free time, he likes to spend it with his kids, nieces, and nephews. They've been having fun visiting the zoo, checking out local museums, and playing hide and seek in the park. Josh received his Bachelor of Health Science and Master of Physiotherapy degrees from the University of Western Sydney. Later, he earned a Master of Research and PhD in Pediatric Pain Science from Macquarie University. In our interview, Josh shares more about his life and science.
Today I am speaking with Steven McRae, Principal Dancer with the Royal Ballet, London. Steven grew up in Western Sydney, in a suburb called Plumpton, 45kms West of Sydney. His Dad was a drag car racer, and no one in the family had ever learnt to dance. But somehow, dance found Steven, And at the age of 7, he asked his Mum and Dad if he could start dance lessons and he enrolled in a local studio around the corner from home. It was a life changing decision. By 17, he had not only won the Genée and the Prix de Lausanne, he was standing alone in London having been accepted into the Royal Ballet School—his heartbroken mother on the plane home. In this beautifully candid conversation, Steven talks about his journey to Principal at the Royal Ballet by the age of 23— and that, it's not all as it seems; he speaks about early bullying, crippling home sickness, not always fitting in, and devastating injuries.But Steven speaks of more than that; he talks about starting his own family with his wife Elizabeth Harrod—also a dancer at the Royal Ballet, his post retirement plans, and the moment he snapped his Achilles tendon live on stage in front of 2,500 people, and how he climbed back from the impossible, to perform with the Royal Ballet once again.Steven continues to perform as a Principal Artist with the Royal Ballet in London, all the while juggling life with his wife Elizabeth and their 3 children Audrey, Frederick and Rupert. If you're in London, the Royal Ballet is back on stage, for show times and tickets head to roh.org.uk, and to follow all of Steven's adventures, you can follow him @StevenMcRae_Steven and I recorded our conversation remotely, with Steven dialling in from London, while the podcast recorded on the Gadigal People of the Eora Nation, to whom we pay our greatest respects.Production dream team ✨Hosted by @byclaudialawsonProduced by @fjordreviewAdditional Production @clinttopicSound & Editing @outputmediaStudios @brightsidesydney@sawtoothstudios
Don Wright is the Director of Innovation & Entrepreneurship at Western Sydney University, as well as co-founder of Western Sydney University Launch Pad, a business and innovation support program that provides facilities, assistance and resources for startups and high growth technology based businesses in Western Sydney. Don is also Senior Vice President of Western Sydney Business Connection, a resource hub for Western Sydney based businesses. In his conversation with guest host Will Tjo, Don discusses the growth of the startup ecosystem in Western Sydney over the last decade or so, as well as his belief that the various geographical startup ecosystems within Australia should work in cooperation, rather than competition, and focus on competing on a global stage. See full show notes: https://w2d1.com/don-wright
Writer, producer, and radiomaker, Sheila Ngoc Pham joins Reuben and Matt to discuss Kay Dick's dystopian "sequence of unease", They. Nonconformity, enemies of art, Western Sydney, identity politics in writing, and much more. Follow Sheila on Twitter: https://twitter.com/birdphamRead Sheila's essay on the Western Sydney writing scene: https://sydneyreviewofbooks.com/essay/western-sydney-is-dead-long-live-western-sydney/
Parramatta front rower Reagan Campbell-Gillard was outstanding in his team's vital win over Melbourne. The win clinched a top 4 finish and secured the Eels a qualifying final against Western Sydney rivals Penrith. Campbell-Gillard told Andrew Moore and team about facing his former team and how team-mate Mitch Moses won't stop going on about his big hit on the Storm's Jesse Bromwich
With interest rates, mortgage debt, and housing prices rapidly surging, many Australians wonder whether and when the bubble is going to burst… The question is: how can property remain affordable without causing a price crash, especially when two-thirds of the population are owner occupiers? Known critic of modern economic theory Steve Keen joins us today to reveal everything mainstream economists get wrong about the property industry. He shares his insights on the possibility of a property crash and how first-home owners might be vulnerable. We also discuss the rising level of household debt, what it can ultimately result in and how the government can intervene. If you enjoyed the show, do like, rate, subscribe, and share us on social media and if you have your own questions you need clarity on, email us at email@example.com! See you in the episode! Episode Highlights: What Economics professors get wrong [02:36] The determinant of change in property prices [06:16] On measuring household debt [09:01] Why first-home buyers are vulnerable to rising debt [14:09] What can trigger a price crash, aside from a debt crisis? [18:50] How the government can stimulate property demand [20:27] Getting inflation under control [23:56] The possibility of a property crash in Australia? [28:45] Steve's Senate election pitch: money creation [32:59] The need for a modern debt jubilee [35:37] The current state of consumer confidence [38:14] The issue with government debt [40:44] Sustainable long-term solutions to housing [53:54] The economic impact of climate change [57:34] About our Guest: Steve Keen is a heterodox economist and an author. His two most famous books, Debunking Economics and The New Economics, are both critiques of modern economic theory that discuss debt deflation and financial instability. Dr. Keen was a professor at the University of Western Sydney and Kingston University in London. Now, he is leading the development of Minsky, a software platform for visually modeling national economies. Links from the show: Steve Keen TNL Housing Policy: https://bit.ly/3PvH1dn House prices to fall 40%. Prof Keen says RBA is 'brain dead': https://bit.ly/3T4JHBY Steve Keen's Debtwatch: https://bit.ly/3QS7gvz Steve Keen's Profile: https://www.keenforthesenate.com/ Connect with Us: Looking for a Sydney Buyers Agent? www.gooddeeds.com.au Work with Veronica: https://linktr.ee/veronicamorgan Looking for a Mortgage Broker? www.wealthful.com.au Work with Chris: firstname.lastname@example.org Send in your questions to: email@example.com Find this episode on our website: https://www.theelephantintheroom.com.au/podcasts/243 If you've enjoyed this episode, don't forget to like, share, rate and subscribe for more!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Khách mời của tập này là một doanh nhân với tên tuổi gắn liền với nhiều thương hiệu quen thuộc như Pho24 hay nội thất Nhà Xinh. Anh cũng là giáo sư kiêm nhiệm và cố vấn cấp cao của Trường Đại học Western Sydney, Úc - một trong những người Việt hiếm hoi được giao phó đảm nhiệm vị trí này. Sau nhiều năm bôn ba, điều hành hoạt động kinh doanh tại hai quốc gia Việt Nam và Úc, anh giờ đây dành nhiều thời gian hơn cho hoạt động cố vấn doanh nghiệp và làm mentor cho các dự án khởi nghiệp. Các bạn có thể tìm đọc những đầu sách của anh như Bầu Trời Không Chỉ Có Màu Xanh, Chỉ Có Niềm Đam Mê, hay Startup Trong Thời Kỳ Bình Thường Mới. Trong tập ngày hôm nay, chúng ta cùng nghe anh Lý Quí Trung chia sẻ sâu rộng về việc định giá doanh nghiệp, làm sao để hiểu được nhu cầu của doanh nghiệp và kết nối với nhà đầu tư phù hợp cho định hướng của thương hiệu. Ngoài ra, anh Trung cũng sẽ thảo luận về các phương pháp để xây dựng lên một thương hiệu trường tồn và bền vững với thời gian. Cảm ơn Fonos đã đồng hành cùng chương trình. Trên ứng dụng Fonos có rất nhiều sách nói bán chạy, trong đó có 2 cuốn sách "Chỉ có niềm đam mê" và "Bầu trời không chỉ có màu xanh" của doanh nhân/tác giả Lý Quí Trung - khách mời của ngày hôm nay. Các bạn có thể nghe miễn phí chương 1 của hai quyển sách này trên ứng dụng Fonos.
We're joined by Actress, Martial Artist, Producer and Director, Maria Tran. She's also the Founder and Director of Phoenix Eye Films, a female led film and media production company that represents culturally diverse artists based in Western Sydney.In this episode, Maria takes us back to the beginning of her journey, how she navigated through the film industry, refined her skills around martial arts and what it took to start Phoenix Eye Films. She also shares a story about the time Jackie Chan took her on a road trip and gave her some Asian-dad-style life advice. Maria has directed and produced multiple award-winning films such as "Operation Kung Flu", "My Mother, The Action Star" and "Obsidian". She has also worked as a stunt attachment alongside Jackie Chan in his film “Bleeding Steel.” Most recently, Maria joins the cast of Paramount+ Australia's 10-part drama series “Last King of the Cross”.
On today's episode, we're joined by West Sydney-based nightlife artist and curator, Xaddy Silky. From the Kiki House of Silky to centering vogue and ballroom within his practice, he has spent this past few years developing his craft, building his house, and working with community. Ultimately, placing this butch queen from the area as a focal point in Australia's queer nightlife scene. We discuss his Middle Eastern roots and how Western Sydney has shaped him. Xander Khoury Instagram Xaddy's Door List Instagram
The Latest on the Izak Rankine to Adelaide deal, Ben Cunnington has a new deal with the Kangaroos, Cam Rayner's unsuccessful visit to the AFL tribunal and Adam Kingsley making himself at home in Western Sydney.
To be good at cyber security you need to be able to think like a threat actor. That's according to state-based cyber warfare expert Dr Sarah Morrison, who has herself embedded herself for the last 20 years in the technology and cybersecurity industry. No surprise then that Sarah is always the one at dinner parties reminding people to use secure passwords and update their anti-malware. What is more of a surprise is that Sarah - who has no less than seven qualifications in the area of criminology, investigation & intelligence and cyber security including a PhD in Russian Information Operations - left school in Year 10 to get an office job. As she tells Claire Braund in this podcast, “I fell in love with computers around five when my brother won one and brought it home. At school we didn't get to really use computers, but getting an admin job I got to use one!” A few years later a book on criminology piqued Sarah's interest so she went back to school and on to study the subject at University of Western Sydney. Sarah works across the government, banking and higher education sector. More recently she has stepped into the cyber consulting and advisory arena in ASX and other organisations. She was recently appointed to a WOB Advertised advisory committee in the higher education sector because of her very specific cyber skills. In this podcast Sarah talks about how she keeps in with the fast-moving space of cyber security and intelligence, the threat of large-scale disinformation campaigns and the role of AI and why boards need to put cybersecurity “front and centre”. LinkedIn Sarah Morrison Claire Braund (host) Further Information: WOB membership, events & services, please visit our website. To receive our weekly newsletter, subscribe to WOB as a Basic Member (free). Join as a Full Member for just for full access to our Board Vacancies, WOBShare (our online member platform) and more.
Philip Byrum is am a husband and father of 3 children (8, 6 and 2). He lives in the Northwest of Sydney, and is the managing Director of Orion Consulting. Orion is a professional consulting services business he established in 2015 with the support of his wife and close colleagues who still work with them. Philip started in a back shed in Western Sydney and have since grown to over 90 team members. His background is in surveying, civil and structural design, construction administration, project management, and development planning, and he has a passion for science and business. He am a strategic thinker with an eye constantly on the future. He am always looking to find smarter and more efficient ways of doing something. He enjoy investing in new technology and as well developing our means of efficiency through R&D. What he enjoys most about his career and current line of work is the limitless ability to invest and capitalise on opportunities we have created. Philip Byrum believes that you make your own luck in life. In this episode, you'll discover: Championship mindset behind following opportunities Where luck comes from How to stay ahead and relevant in business Pivotal leadership lessons Choosing faith over fear Show notes If you enjoyed this episode, and you've learnt something or it inspired you in some way, I'd love to hear about it and know your biggest takeaway. Take a screenshot of you listening on your device, and post it to your Instagram Stories, and tag me, @elinormoshe_ or Elinor Moshe on LinkedIn. Join the home of young guns here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/weareyoungguns Get a copy of my book: https://amzn.to/31ILAdv
The presser: Our brand new podcast format – short-form interviews with female athletes that cover incredible things coming up, and amazing achievements as they happen – just like a press conference, but one on one, in a podcast. In this episode of the presser, I had the chance to sit down with track athlete Bendere Oboya, who is this week featuring in her own TV documentary on SBS Viceland and NITV – called RUN GIRL. The film follows her journey and search for identity as she switches events from the 400m track to the 800m track in pursuit of becoming the world's best. Growing up in Western Sydney and starting athletics as an escape, the Ethiopian-born 21-year-old is determined to show that no matter your beginnings, anything is possible. Get the wrap delivered into your inbox as a weekly newsletter! Subscribe here for the newsletter + don't miss a merch drop. www.linktr.ee/thefemaleathleteproject Shop TFAP merch: https://www.thefemaleathleteproject.com/shop Find us on Instagram: @thefemaleathleteproject
Professor David Rowe, Emeritus Professor of Cultural Research at the Institute of Cultural and Society University of Western Sydney, spoke about the matter with Tom Elliott.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Singer songwriter Imogen Clark joins Rae Leigh in a conversation about co-writing, touring, covid lockdowns in Australia and how her one year gap year turned into a 10 year long music lifestyle. ”Imogen Clark may not have tailored her record to this era but her vibrant, bracing songs –kind of like a dip in a cold September sea – might just be one of the things to carry usthrough it.” - Divya Venkataraman, Sydney Morning Herald “A rock gem from Imogen Clark. Her voice is incredible… I just love how raw that one is.” -Karla Ranby, Triple J Imogen Clark is an AIR Award nominated indie artist from Western Sydney. Her musicranges from intimate to arena-ready, rock anthems with the soul of a confessional singer-songwriter. She is currently halfway through her mammoth 100 Shows in 100 Days tour. An artist who regularly performed 75+ shows in a year, Imogen has barely managed 20 over the last two. Even that number is a testament to her determination to do the only thing that for her makes life worth living – coming together with other people to put her heart on her sleeve and exhaust herself physically and emotionally making music that will move people. “I don't know who I am when I can't do this,” she says. “It's not just a job, it's what makes me feel alive. That connection with an audience of strangers, where you don't know somebody but you know they feel how you feel, and with the people on stage bringing these songs to life with you, my life feels empty without it, so it's time to make up for lost time”. The shows have also allowed Imogen to road test new material, including cathartic belter ‘Nonchalant', which she headed into the studio to record between shows after the song became a standout live favourite. Connect with Imogen: Website Intagram Facebook Twitter Spotify Youtube
This segment is a continuation of the interview with Mr Hermiz Shahen, President of the Assyrian National Council, about the significance of the Assyrian Martyrs monument in Western Sydney and why it created so much controversy that led to a complaint from the Turkish Embassy to the Australian government.
Las reacciones favorables y críticas ante el borrador de la pregunta del referendo para reconocer a los indígenas australianos en la Carta Magna no se han hecho esperar. Anna Cody, decana de la Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad de Western Sydney, dijo a SBS Spanish que se siente satisfecha con la propuesta de incluir una Voz Indígena al Parlamento y considera que la pregunta es simple y adecuada.
MG wraps another thrilling round of the NRL, gives us a series of tough "would You Rathers" & backs Western Sydney to embrace the E-Scooter. Plus Joh Griggs gives us the latest from The Comm Games and we hear your stories of what happened in the dark. Triple M Breakfast With MG, Jess & PageySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week's episode begins with a tale of catholic guilt. Rohit exposes his friend for an outrageous drunk quirk which involves donating copious amounts of money every time she got blackout drunk in an attempt to repent for sins. Sen then exposes himself for his Tik Tok use and his religious obsession with Western Sydney teenage Tik Tok drama which entailed the respectful soliciting of nudes. New game this week as we try our hand at another improv game - “Fortunately Unfortunately.” Pretty simple rules: each round has a scenario and the boys take turns advancing the story one sentence at a time, which must begin with fortunately or unfortunately in an alternating fashion. Finally this week, in a classic bait and switch, we ditch “Answer Reddit” at the last minute to bring back “Most Likely To,” where the boys answer some classic who's most likely to. Also this week: World Vision, Tik Tok drama, Rohit's rage and Kush's abuse. Segments this week: The Logue: Tired of reaching around each other (at least on the podcast), the boys have instead decided to reach around the week's news stories, events and viral trends. Fortunately Unfortunately: In this game the boys are provided with a scenario and must further the story one sentence at a time, however they can only use sentences starting with fortunately or unfortunately. Most Likely To: The boys answer “Most Likely To” questions as we discover what the boys really think of each other. ___________________________________________________ SPONSORS
Katie is 45 years old and is a public servant working in Western Sydney. She has been obsessed with food her whole life. As an adult, she was either following a diet or binge eating. And she (like me) used to think sugar was poison!But today, Katie has found newfound freedom. She's lost 22.5 kgs, doesn't think of food 24-7, and no longer experiences PMS. She's also managed to combat previous thyroid issues through this pro-metabolic way of eating, and hasn't touched alcohol in 12 months! In this episode, Katie and I chat about:➡️Past restrictive diets Katie followed➡️The all-consuming thoughts revolving around food➡️How Katie lost 22.5 kgs (and maintained it!)➡️PMS (and the improvements she's seen)➡️How many calories she now eats each day➡️How she found food freedomLINKSJoin our 7 Day Eat More, Train Less, Get Results ChallengeLearn more about our 16 week Winatlife Accelerator Program: Book your callFollow:Kitty Blomfield @kittyblomfieldSHOW NOTES02:05 - Katie's background03:05 - Her diet history and all the crazy things she's done in the past trying to lose weight and get healthy05:54 - What made her join our program06:13 - Her experience with bad PMS and fatigue09:19 - How much weight shes lost and how she's maintained it 09:59 - Other improvements she's seen when she joined the program11:18 - How many calories she eats 13:08 - What she enjoyed most about the program14:10 - What she's found challenging 17:18 - How the food is fitting in with her family19:07 - Her advice to women who haven't joined the program yet19:47 - Her thoughts about trying to reach her goals without coaching support20:18 - Her advice to all the women who are listening
It's our first ever guest and it's none other than Aboriginal and Maori queen Pomara Fifth from the upcoming season of RuPaul's Drag Race. From growing up in Camden in Sydney's South West, taking Bingo to tiny towns, and wanting to see better rep for curvy queens, this chat with Curvy Kamilaroi Queen Pomara Fifth is going to tickle your pickle and light you up. Nova Entertainment acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land on which we recorded this podcast, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation and the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respect to Elders past and present. LINKS Watch Pomara Fifth on RuPaul's Drag Race: Down Under on Stan Follow @pomara.fifth on Instagram Buy tickets to see Matty in Top Coat at Sydney Theatre Company Pre order Brooke's Book 'Big Love: Reclaiming myself, my people, my country' via Harper Collins Follow @itsmattymills on Instagram Follow @brooke.blurton on Instagram Follow @novapodcastsofficial on Instagram CREDITSHosts: Brooke Blurton and Matty MillsGuest: Pomara Fifth Executive Producer & Editor: Elise CooperEditor: Adrian WaltonVideo Producer: Renny Beazley Listen to more great podcasts at novapodcasts.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
With their lives upended by war, many Ukrainian refugees new to Australia have missed out on COVID-19 vaccinations. But one local health district in Western Sydney is aiming to change that, by offering a new pop-up vaccination clinic for displaced Ukrainians... - Війна перевернула життя багатьох українських біженців, які опинилися поза Україною. Прибули і прибувають вони й до Австралії. Чимало з них пропустили вакцинацію від CОVID-19. І ось одне місцеве відділення Служби охорони здоров'я у Західному Сіднеї прагне допомогти, відкривши клініку вакцинації для переміщених українців у Лідкомбі...
Nurses at two Western Sydney hospitals have walked out over staff shortages this week. This is just the latest in a plea from health workers across the country, who say they're under immense pressure to safely provide care for patients. Staff are resigning daily, according to Blacktown nurses, a sentiment echoed at Westmead hospital in Sydney's west where staff also walked out in protest. - Olemme jo pitkään saaneet kuulla terveydenhuollon työvoiman puutteesta ja siitä johtuvista hyvin vaikeista työolosuhteista. Kahden läntisen Sydneyn sairaalan hoitajat menivät lakkoon maanantaina vastalauseena henkilöstöpulaa vastaan. Hoitajat kertovat olevansa raskaan paineen alla mikä mikä vaikeuttaa turvallista potilaiden hoitoa.
Eda Gunaydin joins us today to talk about Root and Branch: Essays on Inheritance (NewSouth, 2022). Lots of themes: Turkey, Australia, Sydney, family, friends, media, food, essays. That there is no easy translation for ‘awkward' in other languages suggests that I'm only myself in English. This feels like a loss, because I'd like to think of myself as Turkish, too. There is a Turkish saying that one's home is not where one is born, but where one grows full – dogdugun yer degil, doydugun yer. Mixing the personal and political, Eda Gunaydin's bold and innovative writing explores race, class, gender and violence, and Turkish diaspora. Equal parts piercing, tender and funny, this book takes us from an overworked and underpaid café job in Western Sydney, the mother-daughter tradition of sharing a meal in the local kebab shop, to the legacies of family migration, and intergenerational trauma. Root & Branch seeks to unsettle neat descriptions of belonging and place. What are the legacies of migration, apart from loss? And how do we find comfort in where we are? Eda Gunaydin is a Sydney-based write and teaches at the University of Sydney. 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). firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literature
Eda Gunaydin joins us today to talk about Root and Branch: Essays on Inheritance (NewSouth, 2022). Lots of themes: Turkey, Australia, Sydney, family, friends, media, food, essays. That there is no easy translation for ‘awkward' in other languages suggests that I'm only myself in English. This feels like a loss, because I'd like to think of myself as Turkish, too. There is a Turkish saying that one's home is not where one is born, but where one grows full – dogdugun yer degil, doydugun yer. Mixing the personal and political, Eda Gunaydin's bold and innovative writing explores race, class, gender and violence, and Turkish diaspora. Equal parts piercing, tender and funny, this book takes us from an overworked and underpaid café job in Western Sydney, the mother-daughter tradition of sharing a meal in the local kebab shop, to the legacies of family migration, and intergenerational trauma. Root & Branch seeks to unsettle neat descriptions of belonging and place. What are the legacies of migration, apart from loss? And how do we find comfort in where we are? Eda Gunaydin is a Sydney-based write and teaches at the University of Sydney. 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). email@example.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/australian-and-new-zealand-studies
Eda Gunaydin joins us today to talk about Root and Branch: Essays on Inheritance (NewSouth, 2022). Lots of themes: Turkey, Australia, Sydney, family, friends, media, food, essays. That there is no easy translation for ‘awkward' in other languages suggests that I'm only myself in English. This feels like a loss, because I'd like to think of myself as Turkish, too. There is a Turkish saying that one's home is not where one is born, but where one grows full – dogdugun yer degil, doydugun yer. Mixing the personal and political, Eda Gunaydin's bold and innovative writing explores race, class, gender and violence, and Turkish diaspora. Equal parts piercing, tender and funny, this book takes us from an overworked and underpaid café job in Western Sydney, the mother-daughter tradition of sharing a meal in the local kebab shop, to the legacies of family migration, and intergenerational trauma. Root & Branch seeks to unsettle neat descriptions of belonging and place. What are the legacies of migration, apart from loss? And how do we find comfort in where we are? Eda Gunaydin is a Sydney-based write and teaches at the University of Sydney. 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). firstname.lastname@example.org 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
At a young age, Madelaine De Leon had been dealing with a severe skin condition called Red Skin Syndrome. It was 2017 when she had to completely stay at home due to the severity of her illness. She turned to music for comfort as she was feeling sick and isolated. - Bata pa lamang si Madelaine De Leon nang magsimula itong humarap sa matinding sakit sa balat na tinatawag na Red Skin Syndrome. Taong 2017 nang kinailangan nitong magkulong sa bahay dahil sa tindi ng sakit nito. Musika ang kanyang naging sandigan.
Western Sydney and areas in the NSW Illawarra and Hunter have been hammered by yet another round of devastating floods for the fourth time in 18 months. So, is climate change to blame? Or are we simply building in the wrong places? We're joined by Jason Evans, Professor at the Climate Change Research Centre at the University of New South Wales to explore whether the science is settled. On this episode of The Briefing, is climate change to blame for the last week's devastating floods? Today's Headlines: - Boris Johnson resigns- Kyrgios to play Wimbledon final- PM will treat Putin with ‘contempt he deserves'- Godfather actor James Caan dies- Nutbush world record broken Follow The Briefing: Instagram: @thebriefingpodcast Facebook: TheBriefingNewsAUTwitter: @TheBriefingAU See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The federal government is providing one-off $1,000 payments for people in 23 flood-affected areas, it comes as tens of thousands of people are still cut off from their homes. Social Services Minister, Amanda Rishworth says this the governments first emergency payment and they will continue to look at how they can best support impacted communities longer term.
Trigger Warning: Mentions of Youth Suicide and Gang Violence CORRECTION: I mentioned Nick Kyrgios being of Greek and Indonesian descent however he is of Greek and Malaysian descent, my apologies! Welcome to a bonus episode of 2 Brownish Girls where we have a great talanoa with Matavai Pacific Cultural Arts' Moemōana Schwenke and Pelesasa Pictures' Taofia Pelesasa about 'Motu of Western Sydney' and their dedication and determination in keeping Pacific Islander storytelling alive with their creative endeavours and the importance of resilience and staying true to yourself. ‘Motu of Western Sydney' is produced by Maryjane and Fred Schwenke of Matavai Pacific Cultural Arts and directed and written by Moemōana Schwenke and Taofia Pelesasa. This production was created thanks to a partnership between Sydney's premiere Pacific Islands cultural centre, Matavai Pacific Cultural Arts and Pelesasa Pictures. The production is described as ‘A communal voice of the Pacific Islands communities of Australia, showcasing theatre, dance, music and other creative arts - all streamed through the eyes of Pasifika-Western Sydney. The production will encompass all the beautiful things about our communities, whilst still having the ability to hold a mirror up to ourselves and the wider Australian communities and our calls for change.' Motu of Western Sydney will be at The Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre in Penrith in the evening on Friday 15th July and Saturday 16th of July 2022. There will be a special matinee performance for youth on the morning of Saturday 16th July 2022. Tickets available here at The Joan's website. Want to support 2 Brownish Girls? Join our Patreon - www.patreon.com/2brownishgirls and leave a review on Apple Podcasts.
An excerpt from Peter's work in progress about his mother, a midwife runs through a village trying to find the person birthing.Peter Polites is a novelist from Western Sydney. He has written two queer noirs, Down the Hume and The Pillars, which won the 2020 NSW Premier's Multicultural Literary Award. He also won the 2020 Woollahra Digital Literature Prize for Fiction. In 2021 he was the ACT Writer in Residence at UNSW Canberra and working on his third novel, God Forgets About the Poor.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.
NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet says it might be time to ditch the "one in-100-year flood" refrain as parts of the state flood for the 4th time in 18 months. Steph Cooke, NSW Minister for Flood Recovery, Emergency Services and Resilience says every time a flooding event occurs, the refrain seems more out of touch.
CARING FOR PEOPLE Prof. Patricia Davidson didn't plan her path to the top, but the skills and experiences that she obtained along the way are now proving invaluable for the newly minted VC. First trained as a nurse in the 1980's, Patricia's learned the importance of patience, empathy and communication at the bedside. But a love of learning ultimately drew her away from the hospital and towards an academic career, working across a slew of Australian universities including Newcastle, Curtin, Western Sydney and UTS. Throughout this period Patricia developed an outstanding research track record in cardiac health, chronic condition management and patient-centric care. It was this reputation that ultimately saw her elected as the Dean of Nursing for Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore (USA) where she was destined to help this storied institution confront one of the most dramatic and transformative public health challenges in living memory. Patricia returned home to Australia in 2021 to take on a new challenge as Vice-Chancellor of the University of Wollongong. We hope you will enjoy this incredible perspective on personal growth and compassionate leadership. GUEST : Prof. Patricia Davidson https://www.linkedin.com/in/patricia-davidson-a6023414 UNIVERSITY OF WOLLONGONG : https://www.uow.edu.au/ EON LABS : https://www.eonlabs.org/ HOST : Prof. Marc in het Panhuis https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcinhetpanhuis/ MUSIC : Purple Planet Music https://www.purple-planet.com Mixed by Dr. Nat Harris
FITTER RADIO COFFEE CLUB MEMBER: BROOKE HENDERSON (00:11:55) Brooke won the free race entry to the IM703 Western Sydney. We find out more about her. MARGINAL GAINS MONDAY: (00:23:17) With Dave Bowden of Speed Theory and brought to you by Profile Design. This week we talk bearings and group sets. ONE STEP AHEAD: (00:50:25) Lactate and its effect on appetite. COACHES CATCH-UP: (01:12:11) Bevan and Tim catch up on the weekend's racing. LINKS: More about MitoQ at https://www.mitoq.com/ Floe Bottle discount at https://www.fitter.co.nz/about-radio Training Peaks discount at https://www.fitter.co.nz/about-radio INFINIT Nutrition discount at https://www.fitter.co.nz/about-radio More about Infinit Nutrition Australia at https://www.infinitnutrition.com.au/ IRONMAN 70.3 Western Sydney at https://www.ironman.com/im703-western-sydney More about Profile Design at https://profile-design.com/ More about Dave Bowden and Speed Theory at https://www.speedtheory.co.nz/ Links to OSA studies at: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0195666312000232?via%3Dihub and https://journals.physiology.org/doi/full/10.1152/japplphysiol.00218.2017 CONTACT US: Learn more about us at https://www.fitter.co.nz Mikki Williden can be found at https://mikkiwilliden.com/
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: email@example.comConnect with me via email: firstname.lastname@example.orgConnect with My Smart Community via LinkedIn or Twitter and watch on YouTubeThe Smart Community Podcast is produced by Perk Digital
Winnie Dunn is the editor of and Amani Haydar is a contributor to 'Another Australia'. Winnie is the General Manager of Western Sydney based literacy movement, Sweatshop. She is a writer of Tongan descent from Mount Druitt, and her work has been published in the Sydney Review of Books, Griffith Review, Meanjin, SBS Voices, The Guardian, Huffington Post, Southerly and Cordite. Amani is an artist, lawyer, and advocate for women's health and safety based in Western Sydney. Her memoir, The Mother Wound, received theVictorian Premier's Literary Award for Non-fiction and the Matt Richell Award for new Writer of the Year, among many other short- and long-listings. Amani's writing and illustrations have been published in ABC News Online and SBS Life and her self-portrait Insert Headline Here was a finalist in the 2018 Archibald Prize. Winnie previously appeared on The Garret in late 2021, as did Amani in mid 2021. About The Garret Read the transcript of this interview at thegarretpodcast.com. You can also follow The Garret on Twitter and Instagram, or follow our host Astrid Edwards on Twitter or Instagram. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What exactly did Clive Palmer get for his near $100m spend on the Australian Federal Election? In this interview we explore: Craig Kelly's failure to be re-elected Clive Palmer's failure to be elected to QLD's senate $100m burned without a seat to show for it Labelling UAP and minor party voters as 'deplorables' The political momentum that is not going away Julian Fayad thrived in software development in his teens and after working in finance as an adult he saw innovation possibilities for artificial intelligence. He now has multiple businesses operating in the world of data science, artificial intelligence and finance, all while living in Western Sydney. Julian breaks the Legacy Media narrative of UAP candidates and supporters being 'low information voters' or 'deplorables' manipulated by Clive Palmer's simple slogans and promises. There is clearly a new political momentum forming in Australian politics and whilst proven to be a minority at the recent election, it is a momentum that is not going away as professionals such as Julian join the ranks. ------------------------------------- DISCERNABLE The Video Archive: https://discernable.io Prefer audio? Search for 'It Is Discernable' on Spotify and Apple Podcasts Join our Private Community: https://discernable.locals.com Purchase tickets (and replays) to our Town Halls: https://discernable.io/townhall JULIAN FAYAD https://www.loanoptions.ai https://www.instagram.com/julianforparra https://www.linkedin.com/in/julianfayad https://twitter.com/julianforparra
The Spanish Government recently announced that it is considering creating new laws that would give employees the right to take between 3 and 5 days off every month if they suffer from severe period pain. Several other countries around the world already have period leave, so should our Government consider implementing the same laws for people here? The Quicky speaks to an expert in women's health, and a specialist doctor to find out whether period leave is necessary for female workers, and if and how it could work here in Australia without bankrupting businesses. Subscribe to Mamamia GET IN TOUCH Feedback? We're listening! Call the pod phone on 02 8999 9386 or email us at email@example.com CONTACT US Got a topic you'd like us to cover? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org CREDITS Host: Emma Gillespie With thanks to: Dr Sonia Davison - Endocrinologist at the Jean Hailes Medical Centre, and President of the Australasian Menopause Society (AMS) who has a special interest in women's health, including gynaecological and general endocrinology. Sonia recently spoke at Mamamia's Very Peri Summit on the science behind Perimenopause Emilee Gilbert - Associate Professor in Psychological Science at the University of Western Sydney and an expert across a range of qualitative research methods, public health policies and practices, and the application of post-structural feminist theory to the analysis of issues surrounding gender, health and sexuality Producer: Emma Gillespie Executive Producer: Siobhán Moran-McFarlane Audio Producer: Thom Lion Subscribe to The Quicky at...https://mamamia.com.au/the-quicky/ Mamamia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Just by reading our articles or listening to our podcasts, you're helping to fund girls in schools in some of the most disadvantaged countries in the world - through our partnership with Room to Read. We're currently funding 300 girls in school every day and our aim is to get to 1,000. Find out more about Mamamia at mamamia.com.au Support the show: https://www.mamamia.com.au/mplus/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hi #smartcommunity friends! In this episode of the Smart Community Podcast I have a great conversation with Chris Manoski. Chris is the Senior Coordinator for Place and Engagement at Cumberland City Council, and proudly born and raised in Western Sydney. In this episode we begin by Chris telling us about his background growing up in Western Sydney, his current role at Cumberland City Council, and his passion for making change for the better. Chris then tells us what inspired him to work in the social sector as well as his love for tech and the Smart City space, what a Smart Community means to him, and he discusses what he believes makes Smart Community strategies and programs successful. Chris then tells us a bit about the Cumberland City Council Smart Cities journey, some of the projects he has been working on as well as the changes he has seen in the space recently, before he discusses the key foundations required to enable smart furniture applications. We finish our chat discussing the emerging trends of business to business selling models through tech and open data. 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 Chris via LinkedIn or email: Christopher.Manoski@cumberland.nsw.gov.auConnect 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
All About Women partnered with Western Sydney-based literacy movement Sweatshop on an emerging writers mentorship program for women and non-binary First Nations, culturally and linguistically diverse writers. Mentorship recipients, Yeena Kirkbright and Ayeesha Ash read their finished works inspired by the All About Women festival themes of: allyship, friendship, and collective responsibility, in a dialogue with mentors Winnie Dunn and Randa Abdel-Fattah. - Watch other talks on Stream. The new streaming service from the Sydney Opera House. Register for free now and start watching. Follow the Sydney Opera House on: Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.