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Dat's It Australia is a podcast just as unpredictable as its hosts. From music, comedy, relationships, to pop culture, politics and current events, everything is on the table for analysis. But take what you hear with a grain of salt, because while their perspectives sounds smart, they're liable to be idiotic too.
 
Hi I’m Tharini Rouwette, host of Allies in Politics podcast and I'm passionate about getting more people of colour engaged in politics. My personal experience as well as my own research shows we are desperately in need of a 101 of politics to ease more of us into politics. There’s also a missed opportunity to engage with new citizens/residents as they start their lives in Australia. Because EVERYTHING’S political, it’s important that we become engaged and participate actively in the politica ...
 
Veterans In Politics is a set of interviews brought to you by CampaignForce and sets out to explore how the military community can help make our politics a better place. We sit down with individuals from across the world of politics, sharing secrets, giving tips and advice and inspiring the next generation.Veterans In Politics is brought to you by CampaignForce a not for profit that inspires, trains and coaches the armed forces community to stand up and serve again.
 
Small Caps is Australia's #1 site for investor news & information on ASX listed small cap companies. The podcast keeps investors informed by showcasing interviews with directors of ASX listed small cap companies and financial market analysts. For more information visit: https://smallcaps.com.au/
 
Jonny Bentley and Adam Bragan are two British twentysomethings with an interest in all things politics. Pints & Politics aims to deliver an analysis of Britain's politics in a fun and digestible manner, as if you were having the discussion in a British pub! Breaking down current affairs, debating ethical issues and looking at America from afar. Debating. Educating. Entertaining (hopefully!).
 
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Veterans In Politics- Season 3, Episode 6 with Phillip Thompson OAM MP This episode was recorded at 7am UK time in order to sit down with the simply inspirational Phillip Thompson OAM MP. Phil has served on operations in East Timor and Afghanistan, where he was badly injured. A champion for veterans' affairs and an all round great guy, you will lov…
 
Katharine Murphy speaks to Guardian Australia’s climate and environment editor Adam Morton about the Coalition’s approach to net zero emissions and the global push for greater action on global heatingThe Guardian
 
The Debt Ceiling is the big talk all over DC and we take a look at the issue, the strategies and how things might play out. The Lieutenant Governor of Idaho issued several executive orders while the Governor was out of the state. Drama? Yes. But what's more? They are about to run against each other for the state's top job! Prof. Matthew Browne (Dec…
 
Could the Democrats actually be negotiating with each other? Did Bernie cross a line with Joe Manchin and finally trigger a thaw? Is Biden going to do something? The Virginia Gov race is in the home stretch and a big ugly scene has erupted in the center of it. Will a horrifying crime trigger a culture war shift that imperils Terry McAuliffe's lead?…
 
92 Energy (ASX: 92E) CEO Siobhan Lancaster joins Small Caps to discuss the company’s recent uranium discovery at its Gemini project, where a 0.5m sub-interval graded 3,600ppm uranium. 92 Energy is exploring for high-grade, basement-hosted unconformity uranium across several projects in the same Athabasca Basin that hosts Cameco’s Cigar Lake and McA…
 
Scott Morrison has changed his mind and will now attend the COP26 climate change forum in Glasgow. It was obvious Morrison didn’t want to got to COP26 for a number of reasons: it’s all about climate change action, which is anathema to the Liberal–National Coalition; it’s an international meeting where Australia’s embarrassingly poor policies on cli…
 
Buying property is expensive especially in Australia's biggest cities and regional areas now surging too (thanks Covid), with purchasers paying stamp duty, conveyancing, and legal fees, not to mention the huge deposit required. So, would you really want to pay more for something you could do yourself? Well, recently I did. For the first time ever, …
 
Vox Royalty Corp (TSX-V: VOX) chairman and CEO Kyle Floyd joins Small Caps to discuss the company’s royalty investment model and the unlimited upside its typically provides. Mr Floyd explains the royalty model has become increasingly popular over the last few decades by providing investors exposure to any upside without the risks associated from in…
 
Anax Metals (ASX: ANX) managing director Geoff Laing joins Small Caps to discuss the company’s ambition to develop a sustainable copper project in Western Australia’s Pilbara region utilising smart technology. Anax holds an 80% stake in the Whim Creek copper-zinc project where it recently defined a resource of 2.4 million tonnes at 0.95% copper and…
 
Alderan Resources (ASX: AL8) managing director Scott Caithness joins Small Caps to discuss the company’s upcoming exploration plans at its flagship Detroit copper-gold project in Utah, United States. Detroit is one of four projects the company holds in the US state and lies within a mining district that contains numerous historical copper, gold and…
 
We're much refreshed and back at it again after a week off. Luckily there was juuuust enough news for us to put together a show. There is a CW for one of our First Nations stories, which involves the name of an Indigenous man who has died at the hands of police. That segment runs from 45:50 - 50:05. This week we're serving up... Aperitifs: Morrison…
 
How many times have we been told by conservative business groups in Australia that minimum wages need to be kept low so businesses have more finances to employ more people? And not just minimum wages, but all wages? The only problem is this erstwhile neoliberal pipedream doesn’t actually work and there’s a recent Nobel Prize for Economics out there…
 
Western Mines Group (ASX: WMG) managing director Caedmon Marriott joins Small Caps to discuss the company’s plans to explore for high-value gold and nickel across its portfolio of Western Australian projects. Western Mines’ flagship asset is its Mulga Tank project, where it recently commenced a high-powered electromagnetic survey aimed at finding t…
 
Plenti Group (ASX: PLT) founder and CEO Daniel Foggo joins Small Caps to discuss the company’s record performance in the September quarter which saw 140% year-on-year growth in loan originations. As a result, the fintech lender has accelerated the timeframe in which it hopes to achieve a $1 billion loan book – this December instead of March 2022. P…
 
Stavely Minerals (ASX: SVY) managing director Chris Cairns joins Small Caps to discuss the company’s significant ground position in Australia’s new copper-gold exploration hot spot of western Victoria. The company’s 100% owned Stavely project contains the Thursday’s Gossan prospect which hosts an inferred mineral resource of 28 million tonnes at 0.…
 
In this episode I talk to Anka Sahin, an Australian immigration law professional, who has assisted thousands of individuals from more than 80 different nationalities and advised some of the most prominent corporate entities in Australia on employee eligibility, sponsorship obligations and compliance. Between 2010 and 2012, he successfully and singl…
 
Justin does some light texting and finds a very interesting theory about the Southwest Airlines / Vaccine Mandate rumors. A viral ad that MIGHT actually plug into a fruitful campaign for the Democrats. Molly Wood (Marketplace Tech) joins us to discuss her latest podcast How We Survive. The reality of green tech and climate change from the point of …
 
Veterans In Politics- Season 3, Episode 5 with Rep. Grier Martin- North Carolina State Legislature, USA Veterans In Politics goes global with our first guest from the USA, US Airborne Reservist, Rep. Grier Martin. Grier is a veteran of Afghanistan, and he and Jonny talk about how this experience motivated him to stand up and serve again in politics…
 
Rick Rule, investor and speculator, joins Small Caps to share his views on the markets and where he believes they are headed. Topics covered include: inflation, politics, money, commodities, uranium, copper, gold, silver and more...Small Caps
 
The most surprising part of News Corporation’s greenwashing of the Liberal Party is not so much that it’s occurring right now, but the fact that it’s happening so quickly. The Liberal Party – working hand in glove with the Business Council of Australia, and their erstwhile friends at News Corporation – has resisted all action on climate change ever…
 
A disaster brings out the best and at times, the worst in everyday ordinary people. Rarely is it something less polarizing. Thinking of devastating bush fires, major floods, or terrorist attacks and the raw, media images of what disaster looks like -- and the days that follow -- are pretty confronting for many people, let alone those experiencing t…
 
OZZ Resources (ASX: OZZ) managing director Jonathan Lea joins Small Caps to discuss the company’s focus on completing aggressive exploration programs across its key projects in Western Australia following its $5 million IPO a few months ago. Since listing on the ASX in late July, OZZ has wasted no time exploring its base metal and gold projects wit…
 
Recharge Metals (ASX: REC) managing director Brett Wallace joins Small Caps to discuss the company’s exploration strategy after its ASX listing. Recharge raised $5 million in its IPO to advance its highly prospective portfolio of mineral exploration assets in Western Australia. The flagship project Brandy Hill South is directly south of Silverlake …
 
We're taking a week off! Woo! So we're releasing this bonus episode from a couple months ago. Zac did some actual research about Bob Hawke acting as an informant for the US Government, and Noon did some rants about the Rendlesham Forest incident and the assassination of Bobby Kennedy. Support us financially over on Patreon for a bonus episode every…
 
Is Questioning God sinful? It's not a sin to question God right? cause if it is we done messed up? We have found many contradictions in the bible that has yet to be explained. This can lead us to doubt the Bible's validity. Music credits by : www.epidemicsound.com/ https://d37sjn4j2x9ce8.cloudfront.net/ES_ITUNES/Questo%20Swing/ Questo Swing authors…
 
There’s continuing fallout from the broken French submarines deal, and a humiliated country will seek retribution in other ways. Australia didn’t learn the lessons given by China, where the Australian government pressured the WHO to investigate the origins of coronavirus and Defence Minister, Peter Dutton, decided to directly blame China for releas…
 
Katharine Murphy and Guardian Australia’s team of political reporters answer your most burning political questions. Will Scott Morrison attend the Cop26 summit, is a federal election looming, and is a federal anti-corruption body on the horizon?The Guardian
 
Oar Resources (ASX: OAR) general manager of geology Tony Greenaway joins Small Caps to discuss the company’s exploration strategy across its assets, which include the promising Crown nickel-copper-PGE project near Chalice Mining’s Gonneville discovery. Sampling at the project has confirmed copper in the system and the company is eagerly awaiting as…
 
Lukin Resources managing direction Jaco Malan joins Small Caps to discuss the company’s $7.5 million IPO and its plans for the offer proceeds. The company’s asset portfolio includes the flagship Ebagoola South gold project in Queensland’s far north which is in a similar geological setting to the 5Moz Kidston and 3.5Moz Mount Leyshon gold mines. Luk…
 
Tietto Minerals (ASX: TIE) executive director Mark Strizek joins Small Caps to discuss the company’s goal of becoming West Africa’s next gold miner, with the first gold pour from Abujar anticipated late next year. The company has released a DFS that estimates gold production of 260,000oz in the first year of operation and life of mine revenue of US…
 
In Australia, the federal parliament lacks people of colour representatives. Data on the cultural diversity of the 46th parliament is scarce, but a 2018 report from the Australian Human Rights Commission found just 4.1 per cent of parliamentarians had a non-European background. This episode's guest, Mannie Kaur Verma, is a lawyer and human rights a…
 
Veterans In Politics- Season 3, Episode 4 with James Heappey MP- Armed Forces Minister In this Party Conference Special, Jonny sits down with Armed Forces Minister James Heappey MP. James is refreshingly honest and real in this episode, and it's clear that his military service is something that has grounded his values, following tough tours in Iraq…
 
There’s been far too much adulation from the media for the former Premier of New South Wales, Gladys Berejiklian, who took the decision to resign from Parliament, after the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption declared she is a person of interest in a corruption investigation. Politicians are not rock stars, and journalists are not their g…
 
The costs associated with turnover and lower productivity seen in burnout result in a loss of $322 billion annually according to the World Economic Forum stats from January 2021. There is a wave of burnout with many of us trying to stay afloat in a pandemic and find a way to recharge when many of the tools we use such as socializing, group exercise…
 
The gang test the theory that the Great Barrier Reef is not suffering from climate change and solution... and JB drags up more obscure cultural references from her childhood. #auspol #auspolsucks #GBRdonttellthepilot
 
Zenith Minerals (ASX: ZNC) executive chairman Peter Bird joins Small Caps to discuss the company’s aggressive exploration schedule across its copper, gold and zinc portfolio. Over the next quarter, the company plans to have 12 rigs operating at its projects in WA, NSW and Queensland and has already revealed early success at its wholly-owned Split R…
 
You know, Gladys? Gladys Berryjuicelemon? Well, anyway, this week we're serving up: Aperitifs: It is #BirdoftheYear time! Drop your vote for the regent honeyeater here: https://www.theguardian.com/environment/ng-interactive/2021/sep/27/australian-bird-of-the-year-2021-vote-now-for-your-favourite Also, the fallout for our cancelled submarine deal wi…
 
It happened quickly but it wasn’t really a shock when the NSW Premier, Gladys Berejiklian, resigned after it was revealed that the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption was commenced proceedings to investigate whether she acted corruptly in the award of community grants between 2012 and 2018. There were many tears and Berejiklian resigned r…
 
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