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The Storyteller is a 15-minute weekly radio broadcast and podcast featuring true stories from Native American - First Nations people across North America who are following Jesus Christ without reservation. Don't be fooled, this is not some religious, feel good program. This is real life. It's raw, direct and personal. If you're tired of the way things are, or wonder if there really is hope for something better, you may want to listen to some folks who understand. The Storyteller can be heard ...
 
Holding onto Hope is a podcast series from Lifeline Australia, in which people who have come through the darkness of suicidality share the connection that gave them hope to continue living. Each participant shares their story with the aim of helping those who are struggling and those who may be supporting them.Please note that suicidality and its contributing factors are discussed and may have a triggering effect. If you experience emotional distress as a result of listening, please reach ou ...
 
WELCOME TO INDIAN & COWBOY Indian & Cowboy is an independent Indigenous media company that creates, produces & publishes Indigenous media projects across multiple platforms on the internet & for broadcast media. We are rooted firmly at the intersection between digital media art, podcasting & Indigenous Storytelling. We aim to disrupt, engage & empower. These are our stories.
 
Songlines are ancient energy lines that run between places, animals and people, criss-crossing the entire Australian continent. Far more than just navigational pathways, songlines contain vast amounts of knowledge and information in Aboriginal society. Come travel the multi-dimensional songlines and learn about the real history of Australia and the world's oldest continuing ancient culture.
 
A podcast for all those socially conscious moms. I'm a black mom, raising black kids in a white world and this podcast is about the funny and not so funny moments that come with being a person of color in today's world. This is real talk about social issues, black and brown lives, black hair, relationships, mommy'ing through those terrible three's (yes I said three's), parenting kids of all ages and all the fun that comes with motherhood... all discussed with a twist of color.
 
Ask the Specialist is a podcast for health professionals who work with Aboriginal patients. Created in the Northern Territory of Australia, doctors from Royal Darwin Hospital ask Larrakia, Tiwi and Yolngu leaders to answer their questions which span clinical to philosophical issues. This podcast is part of a PhD research project which is embedded in the “Communicate” study at Menzies School of Health Research. Host: Vicki Kerrigan and Stuart Yiwarr McGrath. The Specialists: Aunty Bilawara Le ...
 
Join DSC’s podcast series with hosts, Roland and Evie Naufal as they chat with interesting guests who have carved their own path in the disability sector - revealing battle scars, imparting wisdom and talking straight about their journeys. This podcast aims to have the kind of conversations that come about when passionate people aren’t afraid to speak their mind.
 
The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency hosts conversations and interviews with people in our community. We discuss current issues, address myths and common questions, and think about what we can do to best protect the public and support the safe delivery of health care in Australia.
 
Your alternative to talkback. Backchat is a weekly show of news, politics, interviews, discussion, satire, and feature reporting. Hosted by Swetha Das and Shami Sivasubramanian. Executive produced by Natalie Sekulovska, with producers Amelia Zhou and Cameron Wilson. Got an idea for a story? - backchat@fbiradio.com We're also on Twitter @BackchatFBi [405192]
 
Making sense of a changing world, Extra with Geraldine Doogue explores the risks and possibilities of big shifts in power, puts events with our neighbourhood and overseas into context and explains how this affects Australia’s place within our wider world.
 
The business, market, and ESG news, brought to you by experts, edited for humans. After more than two decades of experience as ESG company and market analysts and eight decades of experience in fact-based snark, we make business and investing news suck less for real people and the investor-curious.
 
Broriginals is a comedy podcast hosted by two brothers Texas and Travis De Vries who use their 80,000+ years of cultural heritage to give advice to listeners on how to be a better Aboriginal and maybe a better Human Being. Regular episodes of the podcast feature bad answers to questions from audience members, questions from the Deadly Questions portal and other strange oddities from the internet. Texas and Travis De Vries accept no responsibility for any injury to person if you take the advi ...
 
Lucy Ellis the owner and founder of Newcastle Health Collective interviews an array of highly specialised practitioners to showcase the health services that we have in our area. There are so many people that can help you with your health, and Lucy is passionate about bringing them to you. Whether it be mental, physical, emotional or spiritual there is a practitioner in your area that has the goods for you.
 
FX Medicine is at the forefront of ensuring functional and integrative medicine gains the recognition it deserves and ultimately establishes itself as an integral part of standard medical practice. Our podcasts are designed to promote research and evidence based therapeutic practises, acting as a progressive force for change and improvement in patient health and wellbeing.
 
This book describes Canada from the beginning of existence to its first European discoverers and includes a brief history of the aboriginal people. These little books were designed to cover Canadian history in a scholarly and readable fashion.
 
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RMIT Researchers have collaborated with aboriginal led organisations in an effort to change a law that allows decade old minor criminal convictions appear on police checks. Phoebe Humphrey spoke to Professor Bronwyn Naylor from RMIT’s Graduate School of Business and Law about this process. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
As part of delivering holistic healthcare, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practitioners work with many other health professionals to protect the public, and especially their communities. Tash Miles talks to Health Practitioners and their colleagues to find out what this collaboration means to them and community, and the potential for …
 
After the mining giant Rio Tinto blew up the Juukan George rock shelters, the Aboriginal community gets its day in front of the Australian Parliament to urge for it never to happen again - but how likely are they to listen? We hear the latest as the hearing gets set to begin.We also find out about potentially the biggest shake up to Premier League …
 
Dadirri pronounced Da-did-ee is a traditional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander practice of inner deep listening and quiet still awareness and is from the The word, concept and spiritual practice that from the Ngan’gikurunggurr and Ngen’giwumirri languages of the Aboriginal peoples of the Daly River region (Northern Territory, Australia) and Au…
 
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called on Turks to boycott French goods after French President Emmanuel Macron's defended the right to show cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad. Islamic teachings strictly forbid the making of his image. Mr Macron was speaking after the beheading of French teacher Samuel Paty, who had shown cartoons of the Pr…
 
The Seychelles elects its first president from the opposition party since 1977. With a tourism-focused economy, the island nation has been devastated by the global pandemic. We hear about its concerns over food security in the larger context of African nations. The ‘final, final’ stretch of negotiations over the UK’s decision to leave the EU are ab…
 
Beyond borders: It’s the shot that continues to be heard across time and states. And it was roughly 10 years ago that an un-licensed Sinixt hunter named Rick Desautel took down an elk in what’s now called British Columbia, thus landing himself in provincial court. Thing is, he lives in what’s now called Washington state, south of a dividing line th…
 
We analyse last night's US presidential debate from the perspective of work and money. David Taylor is with the Pennsylvania Manufacturers' Association, which represents large and small businesses in the key marginal state, and gives us his reaction. And the BBC's Samira Hussain examines the key issues facing farmers in America as they decide wheth…
 
What sweet new performance enhancing drugs are the kangaroos taking that makes them get so Kangaroo Jacked? That’s it, that’s the show. This week’s adult themes include: Bla(c)k Inappropriate Aboriginal, Precog Learning, Cultural Protoquiz 2: The Night Whistler, Pool Sharking & BeyBlade Names. This episode was sponsored by Leah Flanagan – Find her …
 
US officials said the record settlement reflected Goldman's "central" role in a "massive corruption scheme". Goldman admitted it had fallen "short", calling it an "institutional failure". In all, the investment bank is due to pay about $5bn in penalties - about two thirds of its 2019 profits - to regulators around the world, to resolve cases that h…
 
The IMF calls Covid-19 an unprecedented health and economic crisis for sub-Saharan Africa. The BBC's Andrew Walker talks us through which nations are expected to be particularly badly hit. And we hear from prominent investor Zemedeneh Negatu of Fairfax Africa Fund, who says there are many reasons for Ethiopians to feel optimistic. Also in the progr…
 
Successive series of protests have occurred in Hong Kong against extradition amendments. While the bill is officially suspended, the protests have increased to include those who distrust mainland China and the Hong Kong government. What does this civil discourse mean for the future of Hong Kong and its people? Reporter Benjamin Polazzon spoke to Ph…
 
The maker of OxyContin painkillers has reached an $8.3bn settlement and agreed to plead guilty to criminal charges to resolve a probe of its role in fuelling America's opioid crisis. Purdue Pharma will admit to enabling the supply of drugs "without legitimate medical purpose". The deal with US Department of Justice resolves some of the most serious…
 
Premier League football club Manchester United registered a $30m loss amid the pandemic. Kieran Maguire wrote The Price of Football and is a lecturer in sports finance at Liverpool University, and tells us what's behind the loss. Meanwhile, there is talk of Manchester United being one of the clubs in a proposed new European Super League. Tom Greatr…
 
The US government has filed charges against Google, accusing it of violating competition law to preserve its monopoly over internet searches and online advertising. The lawsuit marks the biggest challenge brought by US regulators against a major tech company in years. It follows more than a year of investigation and comes as the biggest tech firms …
 
Passengers flying from London Heathrow to some destinations will be offered a coronavirus test. For about $100, from today, passengers travelling to Hong Kong can take a test at the airport and receive a result within an hour, as the BBC's Tom Burridge explains. But Simon Calder, travel editor of the Independent newspaper, tells us that with no glo…
 
Vulnerable communities have been effected by the current pandemic and the need for better support from the government in the development and maintenance of social housing is crucial for both individuals and the economy. Reporter Kendra Jewell spoke to Dr. Katrina Raynor from the University of Melbourne to uncover the issues social housing is experi…
 
Compared to other Western democracies, Australia's media concentration is extremely high. This limits the variety of viewpoints and opinions expressed on currents affairs and news events. Reporters Anneliese Farrer and Rafal Alumairy discuss former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's call for a Royal Commission into media ownership in Australia and the sta…
 
Last week, the small regional Victorian city of Shepparton recorded three cases of COVID-19 linked to the Chadstone butchers outbreak. Fortunately they managed to keep the outbreak to just three cases, and the community's response could provide a lesson for how outbreaks are managed on the road to 2021. Reporter Angus Thomson spoke to Leanne Stride…
 
Coronavirus restrictions lead to tighter restrictions across Europe, the latest being Ireland, where a full national lockdown has been announced. Plus, Pakistan lifts its ban on the app Tik Tok - journalist Mehmal Sarfraz explains how the app helped poorer people find new avenues to make money. And we hear about the long decline on the stock market…
 
This week we chat to Healthy Mind website creator Dr Peter Baldwin and 3DN’s Prof Julian Trollor about their experiences working on the edge of the mental health and disability divide. Healthy Mind, Black Dog Institute, 3DN, IDTWO, DSC newsletter, DSC website, DSC training, TRANSCRIPTBy Disability Services Consulting
 
Belgium and Italy are among the latest countries to tighten restrictions over Covid-19. As cafes, bars and restaurants close for four weeks in Belgium, we get reaction to the move from Steven Rosseel of the Belgian Restaurants Association. Silvia Borrelli, Milan correspondent for the Financial Times, explains the changes being put into place in par…
 
In Nigeria, protests against police brutality are shifting to a new focus – why some are treated worse than others because of their place in the economy; we hear from young people in Lagos who say the police are ‘messing with the wrong generation’. Also, it's been in place for 75 years, but a water sharing deal between the US and Mexico is in dange…
 
Anthony Hart's slide into depression snuck up on him, taking him and everyone who knew him by surprise. It’s actually a miracle Anthony’s still alive and what he’s achieved since is no less astonishing – a system to help everyone spot their own warning signs and get help.By Lifeline
 
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