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Think nothing ever happens in your town? Australia's suburbs are home to some of the most mysterious and disturbing true crime cases in the world. Meshel Laurie is a true crime obsessive. Emily Webb is a true crime author. And together with expert interviews with writers, victims, investigators and perpetrators, they probe the underbelly of our towns and suburbs, and uncover the darkness at the heart of Australian life. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/australiantruecrime.
 
Talking Australia, from award-winning Australian Geographic, shares the stories of Australia’s most inspiring explorers, conservationists and adventurers. Listen as they take you on a journey around this magnificent country and beyond, whether battling the elements to achieve their lifelong dreams or working hard to preserve our unique and fragile natural world. Each week the podcast features intimate conversations with extraordinary Australians.
 
An Australian history and pop culture podcast hosted by Jessica Adie and Maddie Nixon. Two best mates take turns each week to research a topic that ~shaped the nation​~.​ The Harold Holt memorial swimming pool, the cultural impact of Kath & Kim, The Emu War, Cathy Freeman and Expo 88 are just the tip of this hot and sweaty iceberg. Laugh, learn and dismantle the often baffling, truly fascinating, land down under.
 
The Australian Investors Podcast is a weekly podcast, featuring laid back but intelligent short- and long-form conversations about markets, business, psychology, lessons learned and investment process. At Rask, our goal is to bring you the best insights, information and proven strategies to help you invest your time and money. | | *** GET OWEN'S ANALYST RESEARCH & TRAINING *** Join Owen and the Rask Australia team as we invest in ASX small caps, global technology companies and leading fund m ...
 
The Australian Finance Podcast is your guide to sorting out your finances, one episode at a time. Owen & Kate bring you actionable strategies and knowledge that you can put into practice today. Save money, invest better and live life on your terms. New to the show? We recommend that you head back to Season 1 of the podcast and listen to episodes 1-10 first, to get your head around some really important concepts! More advanced listeners might enjoy our other show, The Australian Investors Pod ...
 
There's no doubt it's been a tough and unpredictable journey for Australia's elite athletes to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, in July 2021. In this weekly podcast, brought to you by Optus, Olympian and journalist David Culbert will be joined by fellow Australian Olympians and Tokyo 2020 hopefuls as they share their unique, inspiring journeys and talk all things Olympics as we count down to the biggest sporting event in the world, starting on July 23, 2021. Join the journey to #TokyoTogether
 
Australian Hiker is Australia’s premier hiking podcast as well as providing a southern hemisphere view on overseas hiking. We are Australia's most downloaded hiking podcast with regular episodes being released every two weeks covering gear and trail reviews, hiking practice, recipes and skills. Bonus episodes will be released at least once a month and include interviews from the trail as well as with relevant industry and allied professionals. Let us do all the research for you.
 
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Wednesday night meditation at Dhammaloka Centre with Dennis Sheppard on 21 July 2021. These ongoing guided meditation classes are suitable for both beginners and experienced meditators and offer an opportunity for visitors and online listeners to chat with our Care Group members during and after the class. Our Care Group members can be called on +6…
 
Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has a new Secretary, Kathryn Campbell. Darren uses the occasion to build a theoretical model of the position, positing that the ideal candidate would fulfil four roles: administrator, consigliere, strategist and diplomat. Allan points out that the “diplomat” skill-set is unique to DFAT, discussing…
 
Ahead of his fight against Jake Paul, Tyron Woodley speaks to Submission Radio about his upcoming boxing match against the YouTube star, if he sees Jake Paul as dangerous or not, their staredown and Jake not looking him in the eyes, if the fight is personal, on Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley being billed as a "payday", Jake underestimating his ability…
 
The amount of interest a Queensland beef business pays on its bank loan will vary according to how well it treats its animals, staff and the environment. It's been been described as a first for Australian agriculture. A sustainability linked loan signed by a company called the Stockyard Group which runs a 20, 000 head feedlot on the Darling Downs. …
 
After enjoying stage success in Sydney in early 1935, Brian Abbot breaks into the movies and lands a starring role in Ken G. Hall's kangaroo drama Orphan of the Wilderness. Next he's cast as the romantic hero of shipwreck thriller Mystery Island. That it's to be shot on Lord Howe Island gives real-life seafarer Brian an idea for his most daring adv…
 
A message from Pastor Tony Corbridge, Paradise Campus Pastor - Influencers Church. https://www.influencers.church ▶ To support the ministry of Influencers Church and help us continue to reach people around the world click here: https://influencers.church/give ▶ If you need prayer or want to share a good report click here: https://influencers.family…
 
COVID-19 case numbers in Sydney have soared, with 124 new cases and a growing list of exposure sites, including an aged care home where 60 residents are now isolation; Queensland is slamming its border shut to all of New South Wales from 1am on Friday, as the state prepares to ease COVID restrictions; and the Olympic flame is returning to Australia…
 
A new mine in Boggabri was at the centre of a landmark court ruling that found the Environment Minister has a duty of care to protect children from climate change. Eight highschoolers from around Australia took on the government and won, but what does this ruling mean for the people on the ground? Take part in our listener survey: https://forms.gle…
 
On this week's show we are delighted to have Sally join us from the bush. Growing up in a politicised family, Sally was an early debater and once stopped Pauling Hanson's election bus at the school gates. That was her first taste of the rush of direct action. Sally is a trained educator and has taught both in Australia and in Europe. She knows the …
 
The UX Australia podcast series is back, featuring presenters and guests for the upcoming UXA2021 conference. Martin Tomitsch joins Steve today to discuss his upcoming presentation 'Non-Human personas and other UX tools for a post-pandemic world'. Tickets to the conference are available now https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/ux-australia-2021-tickets-…
 
Between 1975 and 1999, dozens of men across Sydney found themselves the victims of assaults and murders. In 1988, Scott Johnson died off the cliffs of Manly. His body was found naked, and an investigation went underway. 30 years, 3 inquests and a public campaign later, his killer was close to hand. The investigation into Scott Johnson's murder unco…
 
Besides his day job as a University Research Assistant Corey Tutt works tirelessly to raise funds and books for his initiative Deadly Science. So far the program has distributed 5000 books and 70 telescopes to Australian schools. For his efforts to bring knowledge and resources to some of Australia's most remote schools Corey had been named the 202…
 
Aus Post is the longest running and one of the only remaining publicly owned national institutions in Australia. With that comes plenty of drama, watches and politics. Maddie explains all - no postage necessary. Follow us on INSTAGRAM & TWITTER @australianarama SOURCES: Australia Post Heritage Strategy, Aus post website, National Museum of Australi…
 
Director Stevie Cruz-Martin discusses moving from features like the 2017 film Pulse, to the fast-paced world of Australian television with the 6 x 10 minute SBS series The Tailings; the importance of rehearsal time especially when working with first-time actors; lighting set-up choices to maximise shooting time; and her collaborative approach with …
 
In this episode James Kirby discusses why China is not that important, ETF price drops are explained and should you be looking at inflation-linked investments ? To read articles on the topics covered in this episode of The Australian's Money Cafe, take out a subscription to The Australian or download The Australian's app at your app store. See omny…
 
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