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James Bowen, Policy Fellow at the Perth USAsia Centre, who has written extensively about Australia’s potential as a “green” hydrogen superpower. Mr Bowen writes, ‘As the hydrocarbon era wanes a new energy source could be a potent geopolitical asset.’ ‘In the lead-up to the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference in November, the world is looking for nat…
 
Peter Cochran, Former Member for Monaro & owner/operator of Cochran Horse Treks, joins Luke Grant to continue the discussion of Environment Minister Matt Kean’s aim to balance the support of brumby cultural heritage with the need to protect the fragile alpine ecosystem. If a new management plan for controlling the animals’ numbers is implemented, i…
 
Rebekah Giles, Principal Director of Company Giles - a reputational risk law firm that has looked at the role social media giants play in defamation action in Australia. Ms Giles wrote an excellent observation, ‘In the same week that Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his deputy Barnaby Joyce declared war on the social media platforms that publish t…
 
Dr Lurion De Mello, Senior Lecturer, Department of Applied Finance at Macquarie University's Business School, joins Luke Grant to explain why the world has found itself in the middle of a global energy crisis. Dr De Mello writes, ‘European and Asian gas prices are at an all-time high, the oil price is at a three-year high, and the price of coal is …
 
Liz Callaghan, CEO of Carers Australia, joins Luke Grant to talk about National Careers Week which runs until October 16th to recognise and celebrate the 2.65 million Australians who provide unpaid care and support to a family member or friend. It is estimated that 2.2 billion hours of unpaid care was given in 2020, equating to almost $80 billion i…
 
Luke Grant is joined by Tim Smith, Victoria’s Shadow Attorney-General, following an explosive day at Victoria’s IBAC yesterday. Already, Victorian Aged Care Minister Luke Donnellan has quit the Labor ministry after he was accused of paying Labor Party membership fees on behalf of others as part of a branch-stacking operation led by former power-bro…
 
Luke Grants speaks with Bevan Shields, Europe correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, about his piece yesterday on what Europe is like following their freedom day. Mr Shields wrote, ‘Thankfully, the brave new post-vaccination world actually feels much like the old.’ ‘If you don’t believe me, consider this: the signs that were once …
 
Clinton Maynard is joined by hypnotherapist Mark Stephens, to find out about using hypnotherapy as a cure for trypanophobia, the extreme fear of having injections or medical procedures. Estimated to affect one in 10 adults, the symptoms range from a racing heart and dizziness to breathlessness and feeling nauseous. "Reprogramming the subconscious m…
 
Clinton Maynard is joined by James Goodwin, Australian Airports Association (AAA) Chief Executive Officer, who says Australia’s major international airports are ready to facilitate the return of overseas travel with the Australian Government investing $64 million in international security screening requirements. Mr Goodwin says “Australia’s airport…
 
Clinton Maynard speaks with Marketing Expert Jessie Weatherley, about Aussie businesses being advised to invest in social media, with many of them paying experts hundreds or thousands of dollars a month to create and run content, but ultimately being disappointed with lackluster results. Ms Weatherley says social media wasn’t designed for business,…
 
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