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Ever since the shocking deaths of three young women in 1996 and 1997, the unanswered questions surrounding the Claremont serial killings have remained one of the biggest mysteries in WA history. Any hope of justice in the tragic deaths of Ciara Glennon, Sarah Spiers and Jane Rimmer seemed bleak for more than 20 years, with police coming unstuck and no sign of a breakthrough. That was until the arrest of Bradley Robert Edwards in 2016, who was subsequently charged with the trio's murders. For ...
 
We talk with West Australian startups who have been there and done it, or are right here and doing it! Recorded in beautiful Perth, WA; produced by Startup News, and brought to you thanks to support from the New Industries Fund, Spacecubed, Curtin University, RSM, the City of Perth and Dinner Twist. Main co-hosts: Charlie Gunningham, Kali Norman & Danelle Cross. Editor: Carmen Yee.
 
Who said nothing ever happens in Brisbane? Join hosts Jessica Kate and Ellen Rose as they dig up the skeletons buried in our own back yard and take you on a macabre tour around Australia’s third largest city - home to the Stefan Needle, the Brown Snake, the crushing feeling that you’re trapped in a dead-end town that you can never leave, and some of the most brutal murders in Australian history. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/murder-in-the-land-of-oz.
 
Two Australian friends share their letters to each other, revealing their love of books, gardening, travel and cooking, and the ordinary pleasures in life. Annabelle Hickson and Gillian Bell live in different states in Australia. Annabelle lives on a pecan farm in the north west of NSW. She is a writer, photographer and flower lover. Gillian lives in Brisbane, Queensland. She is a cake-maker and private cook who travels the world with her whisk to make wedding cakes.
 
Conversations with trailblazers, rule breakers, those who pave their own lane and venture boldly into the unknown. By entering this unchartered arena they inevitably stumble, yet they all display an ability to innovate and contribute, even when the odds are not in their favour. We skip over the highlights reel and go into the guts of who they are & what they believe in. Hosted by endurance athlete and social impact entrepreneur, Samantha Gash. In 2016 she ran 3253kms from the West to East of ...
 
A podcast about critically acclaimed Australian band Halfway. Hear about twenty years of writing, recording and touring in an indie rock band. Including interviews with Robert Forster (Go-Betweens), Rob Younger (Radio Birdman) Mark Nevers (Lambchop/George Jones), Nick Barker (The Wreckery/The Reptiles), J.C. (Powderfinger), Simon Homer (Plus One Records) and Peter Jesperson (Twin Tone/New West Records)
 
Join John and Anthony every Sunday morning to get your AFL (Australian rules Football) fix. It's the footy show where we review all the games of the weekend and preview the remaining games on a Sunday. You'll get stats, news and banter but most of all, you'll get lots of fantasy football talk.
 
A regular news and information show featuring by leading Australian immigration lawyer David Bongiorno discussing the latest news and updates about migration to Australia with co-host Grant and answering listener questions about specific visa and immigration issues. This podcast is all about Australian Immigration Law, Policy, and Practice. Visit us at our website www.migratingtoaustraliapodcast.com for access to the show notes and other helpful information related to each Podcast. You can a ...
 
From alleyway gangsters to cold war spies to eccentric entrepreneurs, Australian history is full of colourful but forgotten characters. Host Jen Kelly talks with experts, historians and yarn spinners to uncover the untold stories of some of our most interesting and offbeat ancestors. Produced by Jonty Burton and Elouise Tynan.
 
This podcast is an access all areas pass to the entire entity that is Home and Away. It’s a place to discuss the current stories, characters and history of the series, plus it also offers an unparalleled opportunity for fans to get an insight into the making of this Iconic Australian show from the very special people who work behind the scenes. This is a forum where we pay homage to H&A’s past and present. Jason Smith was part of the Home and Away family for 4 years playing Robbie Hunter and ...
 
Freo de Janeiro delivers engaging conversations with a range of inspirational personalities and public figures from across the world to help us better understand people, sport and culture. Expect friendly and emotive conversations with Western Australian sports mind, Abid Imam, filled with rich storytelling and a whole lot of laughs. Abid and his guests take listeners on an audio journey across the globe, sharing stories which provide insight on diverse cultures and lived experiences. Previo ...
 
The Stafford Brothers are the hottest Australian dance export to hit the United States. The #1 DJ’s in their homeland (ITM Awards, 3 years running) as well as ranking in the 2014 DJ Mag Top 100, brothers Matt and Chris Stafford made their way to the West Coast, now residing in the Hollywood Hills of LA. They were the first ever electronic act signed to Cash Money Records and released their debut single with the label, ‘Hello’ featuring Lil Wayne and Christina Milian. ‘Hello’ hit triple plati ...
 
Nobody ever made money listening to the mainstream. The best investment ideas are out on the edge. So that's where the Newman Show takes you. Analyst and trader Callum Newman brings you the information from around the world that's driving the markets and your money. You'll also hear from the biggest names in Australian and global financial markets. They share their best investment ideas and analysis. Please Note: All advice is general advice and has not taken into account your personal circu ...
 
Milky is a musician from the South-West of Sydney, playing guitar for several different bands ranging from punk, indie, rock, etc. You can follow his main project, ' The Disappointments ' on their socials here: https://www.instagram.com/thedisappointmentsband/ https://www.facebook.com/thedisappointmentsband/ Tama J. is a content creator for YouTube and a musician fronting the synthwave / indie-electronica band ' JUNO ', and his solo work under the name ' wulf '. Follow his music here: https: ...
 
Rob and Shaan (and ocassionally Declan) bring you all the action from every week of the AFL (Australian Football League) with a focussed, but light hearted approach to the worlds best sport. Regular segments include news, predictions and more. Follow us on the interwebs! Facebook: www.facebook.com/the6points Twitter: @6pointspodcast *DISCLAIMER* Murdoch University is the provider of resources and transmission facilities for the 6 Points Podcast. We would like to thank them for their continue ...
 
In the early days of the penal colony at Sydney, rumour was rife among the convicts of another colony beyond the Blue Mountains and perhaps a route to China. In the hope of quelling the rumours, Governor John Hunter put together a bizarre exploration party, charged to travel as far into the interior as it could. The party consisted of four convicts, two guides and four soldiers to protect the guides from the convicts. The leader of the party was John Wilson, an ex-convict who had elected to ...
 
Welcome to the KONTENTED KOLLECTIVE. A weekly 'in conversation' podcast about business, marketing and entrepreneurship in Australia presented by Kate Constantine (nee Edwards). Over 12 episodes we'll interview some of the most high profile CEO's, Managing Directors, CMO's and board members in the Media, Marketing & Advertising space. Each week we'll cover all things media & marketing in relation to our guest's specific business and current role in the industry. We'll chat about business gene ...
 
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EU member states will be allowed to use only official EU-approved Covid-19 vaccines, Brussels said in response to remarks by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban that Budapest was negotiating for shots with Russia and China. “There is no question that any vaccine that is, or could be, made available on the territory of the European Union would hav…
 
Angry crowds hurled projectiles at police in Barcelona, Spain, on Friday as hundreds of protesters gathered in the streets to demonstrate against the new Covid-19 state of emergency. The protests follow a decision by Catalan lawmakers to close the region’s borders for 15 days and shut shops, except for food stores, in a bid to halt the spread of co…
 
As masses of pro-choice demonstrators gathered in Warsaw to protest a court-issued ban on abortion, a group of masked counter-protesters rushed the throngs, shooting flares right at the crowd. The streets of the Polish capital were reinforced by police and military on Friday, as thousands of demonstrators gathered to oppose a recent court ruling th…
 
The police and military have brought in reinforcements as crowds of people gather in the Polish capital from all over the country for the biggest demonstration of the week to protest against a court ruling on abortion. Poles from across the nation gathered in the capital on Friday evening to oppose a court ruling that introduced a near-total ban on…
 
The German government has called for immediate reforms to the World Health Organization (WHO), with Health Minister Jens Spahn stressing the importance of starting the process now and not wait until the pandemic has passed. The UN health agency should be faster in its response to crises, Spahn added, calling for the WHO’s members to give it more fu…
 
As many nurses have died from Covid-19 as during the whole of World War I, the International Council of Nurses (ICN) has said, adding that health worker fatalities in the pandemic were likely hugely under-reported. At least 1,500 nurses have lost their lives since the novel coronavirus outbreak was first reported in China's Wuhan some 11 months ago…
 
Some 150 people gathered in Berlin for a rally denouncing France’s President Emmanuel Macron’s anti-Islamist crackdown, carrying banners and chanting “Allahu akbar.” It took place in the aftermath of the terrorist attack in Nice. The crowd held a roughly 30-minute demonstration in the city’s Hermannplatz, to protest against the showing of cartoons …
 
The Italian interior minister on Friday strongly opposed suggestions that the government in Rome should be blamed for allowing a Tunisian migrant accused of killing three people in a Nice church to enter neighboring France. Brahim Aouissaoui, the suspect in Thursday’s attack in Nice, reached the Italian island of Lampedusa in September and spent tw…
 
If our hand sanitizers aren't safe, how can we be sure our schools are? 60% of Ireland's Second Wave came from Spain, time to lock the borders? Leah took control of her life after a C-Section infection left her with 10 stone she didn't want. Christy Ring hooked some balls, we hook Christy with your calls! And more... See acast.com/privacy for priva…
 
Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian has warned that French citizens face a security risk “everywhere,” after three people were murdered in a suspected jihadist attack at a church in Nice. On Friday, a day after he stated that France is a “country of tolerance” that extends “a message of peace to the Muslim world,” Le Drian issued the warning to his…
 
An oxygen support machine caught fire at a coronavirus field hospital in a Mumbai neighborhood. Medics were able to put out the flames and no one was hurt in the accident. A video released by Indian local authorities on social media shows an oxygen system, identified as high-flow nasal cannula, in a Covid-19 treatment facility in Dahisar, a norther…
 
The wall and part of the roof of an Orthodox church on the Greek island of Samos caved in during Friday’s deadly earthquake, which also triggered a ‘mini-tsunami’ that led to localized flooding in coastal areas. Two teenagers who were walking home from school were killed by falling rubble when the ferocious quake hit the Greek island. In Turkey at …
 
Tunisia is investigating the existence of the ‘Mahdi Organization’, after a group by that name reportedly took credit for the attack in Nice, France. The suspect is from Tunisia but his family insists he is not an extremist. The counter-terrorism division of Tunisia’s public prosecutor’s office has ordered a probe into whether the alleged terrorist…
 
Seventeen people were killed and more than 700 injured in the Turkish city of Izmir after a powerful earthquake rocked its Aegean coast. Images coming from the city show significant damage, suggesting the death toll may rise. The death toll initially stood at four dead and some 120 wounded, but authorities have revised the figures several times. Ac…
 
A complete separation of the US and Chinese economies is utterly unrealistic, a senior Chinese official has said, emphasizing the need for cooperation between various nations amid the pandemic-induced global economic uncertainty. Speaking at a news briefing in Beijing on Friday, the deputy director of the Office of China’s Central Commission for Fi…
 
The Tunisian suspect in the attack that left three people dead in the French southern city of Nice on Thursday was arrested for violence and using a knife back in 2016, a Tunisian judiciary official has said. The Nice attack suspect, identified as a 21-year-old migrant from Tunisia who arrived in France a few weeks ago, was known to authorities in …
 
Germany’s deputy finance minister said on Friday that the European Union will need pragmatism in its relations with the UK because the City of London remains Europe’s biggest financial center. German companies “rely massively” on wholesale financing offered from the City of London, Joerg Kukies told an Afore Consulting online event. “So in that sen…
 
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has condemned the fresh wave of lockdown measures employed by countries around the world to combat surging cases of Covid-19, blasting them as “crazy.” Bolsonaro, a prominent coronavirus skeptic who has repeatedly argued that the economic impact of anti-Covid-19 measures outweighs the dangers of the virus itself, …
 
Leah Punch from Mayfield fought back when the pounds piled on with a nasty infection she got at the age of just 22 after she gave birth. She tells PJ how she took control and in the end went for an operation that helped her lost 10 stone. More on Instagram @bypassbyleah See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Prime Minister Viktor Orban said he expects Hungary to get over its coronavirus crisis next spring, when it should have access to two or three vaccines. Talks with Russia and China on vaccine shipment are underway. Hungary is likely to be able to “declare victory over the pandemic” from April, Orban said, as Budapest continues negotiations with Bei…
 
France must be prepared for more attacks on its soil, Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin has warned following a deadly killing spree at a church in France. He said that the nation is battling against Islamic extremism. Read more France brought Jihad on itself, now has some tough decisions to make – former anti-terrorism cop to RT “We are in a war ag…
 
New Zealand has become one of a handful of countries to legalize euthanasia after voters approved a referendum to allow assisted dying for those suffering from a terminal illness. The law, which comes into effect in November 2021, will make it legal for patients with less than six months to live to request a medically-assisted death. The patient wi…
 
In the final episode for this series, John Busby talks to great Australian songwriter and long time friend, Tim Steward. They first met in Rockhampton in 1989 when Tim was touring with his band 'The Madmen' who later morphed into JJJ favourites 'Screamfeeder'. In more recent times, Tim has also released four albums with indie rock band 'We All Want…
 
Opposition Leader Liza Harvey weighs in on WA's hard border and the government's plan for reopening it. Former South Australian premier Jay Weatherill discusses his work as the chief executive of Thrive by Five initiative and also WA's hard borders. Charlie Albone on how to get your kids into the garden and this week is politics with Geof Parry. Se…
 
After a long break we have returned with Mark giving an account of his four week road trip where he hiked the Cape to Cape, ticked off several hikes on his to-do list around Walpole, Albany and Esperance and finished with a fun weekend at the Pemby Trail Festival. To hear Mark's response to several previous episodes plus get a sneak peek of the con…
 
France is in dire need of reconciliation, but President Emmanuel Macron's clampdown on Islamic extremism is only polarizing society, Karin Kneissl, ex-Austrian foreign minister told RT, commenting on the stabbing attack in Nice. Following the beheading of schoolteacher, Samuel Paty, by a radicalized Chechen refugee earlier this month, Macron vowed …
 
A spate of stabbing attacks are the result of France’s failed experiment with multiculturalism, former UK counterterrorism chief Chris Philipps told RT. When the liberal West and Islamic East clash, he said, violence follows. “I do believe that France and the West brought a lot of this on themselves,” Philipps told RT on Thursday. “They’ve invited …
 
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