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Ear to Asia is produced by Asia Institute, the Asia research specialists at the University of Melbourne, Australia. In Ear to Asia, we talk with Asia experts to unpack the issues behind news headlines in a region that is rapidly changing the world. Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts.
 
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"Helping Aussie Brands Go Global, Building One of the Fastest Growing New Freight Companies in Australia"On Episode 49 of the “Future of Australia” podcast, I speak with Chris Lebon, the Founder and Managing Director of United Carriers APAC, which grew 132% last year, to do over $4.4 million in annual revenue.This made United Carriers APAC, on the …
 
When – if – Robert Henry Beardsmore is mentioned in connection with the May 1932 dismissal of Jack Lang, he's depicted as merely an old public servant who reluctantly did his job. But in reality he was the Forrest Gump of Australian history in the first half of the 20th Century. In part A, we look at his role on the Aborigines Protection Board and …
 
Some WA grain growers who locked in a wheat swap with the CBH Group last year are now being told to buy it back, as rising international wheat prices push growers over their credit limit with the co-op.There haven't been a lot bidding wars going on between the meatworks at the livestock saleyards recently, partly because they're all struggling to f…
 
The rapidly growing market for alternative proteins is worth billions of dollars, and according to CSIRO and independent think tank Food Frontier, Australia risks being left behind. They warn that while Australians are increasingly consuming plant-based meat and dairy alternatives a greater investment is required to develop manufacturing that takes…
 
Right now, one of Australia’s most decorated soldiers, Ben Roberts-Smith, is suing Nine newspapers over a series of articles alleging war crimes. As the case has played out, we have learned extraordinary details about Australia’s most secretive operations during the war in Afghanistan, with evidence being aired in civil court. Some witnesses have t…
 
Voters in seats held by the Liberals for decades have rejected Scott Morrison and his party in droves, instead turning to independents with platforms on climate change action and integrity in government. Today, the ABC's Fran Kelly on how Scott Morrison stopped listening to his party's heartland, and the painful period ahead for the election losers…
 
Have we recently seen prove of alien life from a distant star? Avi Loeb thinks so,and he is one of Harvard University’s top astronomers. He argues that a strange object sighted in the skies over Hawaii might be an artificial piece of technology created by a civilisation from outside our solar system. What implications would such a visitation have -…
 
A good photo can capture the mood of a moment, but a great photograph tells us something deeper: it layers history and emotion and can change our understanding of the world.When Covid broke out in New York, Philip Montgomery was in the public hospitals and the funeral homes, capturing the moment.When protests broke out over the death of black men a…
 
The election result delivered a clear mandate to the Government to establish a federal integrity commission.Doing so was a dominate part of Labor's campaign, Anthony Albanese pledging to introduce legislation to establish one before the end of the year.Guest:Helen Haines, Independent Member for Indi
 
Australia's newly sworn in 31st Prime Minister Anthony Albanese will seek to outline the party's more ambitious climate policy at the Quad leaders meeting in Tokyo.The electorate's desire for stronger action on climate change was highlighted by the increase in climate conscious independents and Greens MPs on the crossbench.Guest:Chris Bowen, Incomi…
 
Combating monkeypox with increased vaccination—and monitoring polio cases in Ukraine; Treating the increasing number of melanoma cases; A faster and more mobile way to diagnose stroke; Comparing data on some mental health conditions against immune disorders.
 
Saturday's election has reshaped the political landscape in ways that will reverberate for years to come.Three of the best minds in the parliamentary press gallery - Michelle Grattan, Phil Coorey and Karen Middleton from the Saturday Paper and author of the Anthony Albanese biography - Telling It Straight, join the program to discuss.…
 
Anthony Albanese and four senior frontbenchers will be sworn in today, even though Labor has not yet formed government. Incoming Finance Minister Katy Gallagher says the unusual interim arrangements allow the Prime Minister to attend the Quad talks in Japan, while ensuring the new government hits the ground running from day one.…
 
Several 'Teal Independents', crushed Liberal support in previously comfortable blue ribbon seats this election, claiming historic wins.Among them, Dr Monique Ryan, who has forced out the country's most recent Treasurer, Josh Frydenberg, from the inner Melbourne seat of Kooyong, and Dr Sophie Scamps, has taken the Sydney seat of MacKellar from Liber…
 
Almost a decade of conservative government in Australia has ended. Votes are still being counted, but it looks like the Liberal and National Party have suffered their worst result in decades. The Greens, independents and minor parties have had historic wins, and will wield significant power in the new parliament. But the government will be led by A…
 
It's the start of a new political era, with Anthony Albanese about to be sworn in as Australia's 31st prime minister. He'll be navigating a dramatically different parliamentary landscape: Labor and the Coalition have lost significant ground to a record number of independents and Greens, with the crossbench more than doubling in size. So why have vo…
 
There are an estimated 16.2 million documented orphans worldwide, with as many as 100 million more children living on the streets. It’s a problem of crisis proportions, which makes it perhaps strange that so many of us consider adoption as more of a last resort than a first-order obligation – to be considered only if the path to having genetically-…
 
Anthony Albanese will be the prime minister of Australia, perhaps in minority government with independents who campaigned on climate change, integrity and respect for women, doubling the cross-bench in the lower house. Editor-in-chief Lenore Taylor and political editor Katharine Murphy join Jane Lee to discuss how we got here…
 
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