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Building a Community Where Your Clients Feel Safe and Happy With Trish Hammond

Healthcare Business Secrets

01:57 min | 1 d ago

Building a Community Where Your Clients Feel Safe and Happy With Trish Hammond

"The side. Were talking with trish hammond. Trish hamid is the ceo of plastic surgery hub a platform where she helps thousands of men and women that want to improve the body's find the best surgeons available for the cosmetic medical plastic surgery needs and as one of the largest directories for plastic in cosmic since in australia. Welcome to the show and keystone notch. Thanks for having me here. So it's thought going to give some context as to who you on what you do and and sort of a to lead them into. Why go you on the show. So tell us about how you got into to what you're doing now and also give that a bit of a background and what you do issue. So how am i got into what is now is is about seven years ago. Actually belong let While it lost this white aviv's i've been big on my life. Loss fight and that in itself brings its own set of problems like you. Have accents skied. If you had like massive bursts which i actually had it on my life and coastal las way. I decided to have a breast reduction leaf to end. So i had that surgery in the syrian. Well how the. My recovery was quite horrendous. Started double dicing Just was really depressed and Feel better after surgery on felt worse model. Was you on. Dr google trying to find out what's going on everything that came up was a doctor's website and i thought i don't want to stay to a doctor. I don't want to speak to anez. Wanna speak to someone who is actually going through what i'm going through. Obey to what. I'm going straight so i wanted to connect with someone like may patient and then i thought they really needs to be at in this gap in the market to facilitate the conversation for people to speak to each other and that's how plastic surgery Started realized very early on the pace that ten. Oh you need to actually get income from a website to run a website. So it kind of evolved from there into direct remodel. And and now where we've evolved still. We keep evolving as we goes. We're a community now on facebook so we kind of have information on the website and in the community applies to be thankful that people can speak to each other.

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Comfort Zones & Skydiving!

Bald and Blonde

02:30 min | 2 d ago

Comfort Zones & Skydiving!

"Think you're right. I think curiosity is one of the keys as to how mankind has progressed that edge in us to be curious to learn more to want to master. Something is happy. People excel and have made giant breakthroughs in whatever realm it is they working and then usually comes the fun factor because the moment we curious than oh so. Let me figure this out. Let me have look at this. And then it is more fun especially when somebody tells me a days. You should try for example. Something really funny happened to me. I receive a phone call the other night and someone tells me daisy. Keep that that date open. Because i have a surprise for you. I said oh really. Will you tell me and says no. I'm not surprised anymore. But my curiosity is really. It's so big that so. I'm sitting here since evenings now. And i'm thinking okay so what's going to happen on that day. What will be surprised. So i'm thinking about i'm thinking about it. Then i told the man. I said i was so sweet. Thank you so much. I just wanted to give you two things that i will not do. I'm not going to jump out of plane and i'm not going into the ocean here in this hemisphere before may just to be clear. He was laughing and he said no. It's not wet and it's not high. I was relaxed more but nevertheless so you see the comfort zone. So where does it start. And where does it end. And how far do we go. Because i know people. They went skydiving. I know even people who do it really frequently. Because that's their hobby and they do that on the weekends and they cannot possibly understand why i would never be curious enough to try it. Yeah i think it's a really great point. I know that scott diving something that absolutely terrifies me but in the same realm my mom has she is so cool. She had no fear a better ol- she's noisier of hot whatsoever and she loved it. I think that's instinctively. Some of us have certain fees about things and that will hold us in a comfort zone. Right yes i think. It is very personal and subjective. So i have the right to not try skydiving. That's it that was my plan when you came to australia. Dicey was to take you skydives shortly. Not

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Australians Under 50 Are Advised to Avoid the AstraZeneca Vaccine

Coronacast

01:40 min | 3 d ago

Australians Under 50 Are Advised to Avoid the AstraZeneca Vaccine

"Been a massive week. Obviously there's been a lot of stuff that's come out especially about the the main basket that australia has put most of its vaccine eggs into which is astrazeneca. There's been revised advice about which groups of people should get it and really. They're advising against people getting if they under fifty which is a pretty big part of the population. so norman. what happened for the Sterling government make such a big coal astrazeneca. Well the took the time about it. You know we've been talking about now for three weeks on chronic casts. It's really been hard to escape that this is causing fact. Because of the very peculiar nature of this clotting abnormality where it's an antibody response to the platelets which both through juice the platelets and make them sticky causing clot so very unusual circumstance which many hematologists would never have seen in their career and it was happening. Predictably between four maybe fifteen or twenty days after the vaccine in a very very small number of people but enough that they've decided that it is a cause and effect relationship small number of people but the authorities were causing per million type situation when the data from germany said one on one hundred thousand and then even the uk where they were in a bit of denial to when they started looking they find one and two hundred fifty thousand. And there's no over two hundred cases there still. The denominator is so many millions of vaccines. It still is rare and unusual and for some reason does seem to be more common in younger people possibly because of some variation in how the vaccines been rolled out according to age group that that remains to be seen

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UK's Prince Philip honored with 41-gun salutes after death

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 4 d ago

UK's Prince Philip honored with 41-gun salutes after death

"Commemorations and condolences have flooded in from around the world to mark the passing of the United kingdom's prince Philip the Duke of Edinburgh the Australian defence force began its elites outside Parliament House in Canberra has it find the traditional forty one so it's in tribute to the prince as a member of the Commonwealth group of fifty four countries headed by the monarch Australia was invited to honor prince Philip the prime minister Scott Morrison reached out to the queen what he called a very sad day let us be there now for use your majesty's even prime minister said to send Dunn said he would be fondly remembered for the encouragement he gave to many young New Zealand as well over fifty years thing your computer bar out awards have can mix is home to thousands of new Zealand's young people tributes will say came in from the leaders of China Malaysia and the Philippines Karen Thomas London

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Prince Philip's death marked with gun salutes across the U.K.

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:17 sec | 4 d ago

Prince Philip's death marked with gun salutes across the U.K.

"Gun salutes across the UK and around the world are marking the death of Britain's Prince Philip. Today, Batteries of cannons in London and elsewhere fired 41 rounds at one minute intervals this morning to honor the husband of Queen Elizabeth. Military salutes have also happened in Australia and New

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Australia and Greece Recommend Alternative Vaccines for Young People

Up First

01:55 min | 5 d ago

Australia and Greece Recommend Alternative Vaccines for Young People

"Australia and greece are the latest countries to recommend alternatives to the astra zeneca cova vaccine for young people after researchers found more rare but potentially fatal blood clots linked to the vaccine. European officials have identified roughly two hundred clots among a million people who shaved astra zeneca shots in europe in the uk. Npr's jason bogosian has been following the story and he joins us now for an update. Good morning good morning jason Some of the new research was published. Just yesterday what does it say what. We still don't know exactly what's happening in these patients. The papers in the new england journal of medicine. They look at sixteen cases in norway. Germany and austria. And here's what they found. The symptoms begin about a week to fourteen days. After the immune ization patients started out with these really severe headaches. Muscle aches swelling. Nine of the sixteen died and most of them were young women in their twenties and thirties. Yikes do you know why. At this point it's too early to tell why predominance among women it may be due to the fact that norway was using astrazeneca for healthcare workers who lean towards predominantly women and using pfizer to vaccinate. It's older populations that might have things bit. Initially european regulators said the rates of this calling disorder. Were no higher than what you'd see in the general population. But they've changed that now they're saying yes it does appear that in roughly one in a hundred thousand people vaccinated with astra zeneca. This serious side. Effect could occur. We should note that the astra zeneca vaccine is not authorized yet here in the united states correct but our other countries with this new information. Still gonna use it. Well some are switching. How they're using it. They're offering alternatives to the younger people and trying to use astrazeneca more with older groups up but many countries really don't have a choice. Astra zeneca is the vaccine. Much of the world is banking on

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Why the Pandemic Paved the Way for a Property Boom: Simon Pressley

Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

02:01 min | 6 d ago

Why the Pandemic Paved the Way for a Property Boom: Simon Pressley

"Today's podcast. I'm joined by property g. managing director simon presley as a mock analysts. Simon has correctly focused number the big trends in the property market that others didn't quite peak including the recent post covid boom summons also a three time. Australian buys agent of the win and rei hall of fame inductee and a qualified property investment advisor simon. Welcome to the shar hoy same. Thank you very much for having me back. We were just talking. It's about a year to the day that you and i had a webinar with none other than douglas driscoll of stop. Hot is where we were talking about. Exactly that like what. The market was gonna j. covid and i think at the time there was a lot of daming blame top reports all the banks of saying that everything was going to fall off a cliff and you got on the webinar and said no. It's not going to do any of those things idea. Remember back to that time your prediction. Don't forget sam because it was a huge a few months that's been criticized anymore than that period of time in my loss every single banking stroller and probably ninety. Five percent of australia's economists said not just the downturn. According to most of it was going to be the biggest downturn in the history of their country. And i said the complaint long district of the danton. But i said it's going to be a boom in a bloody big one and everyone called me an idiot but anyway here we are today and you were right. That must give you just a little bit of joy to say. Well hang on a second like oh wasn't as crazy as you thought i was. Yeah look what it is but we don't expect to be different but almost always what we forecast is the opposite to whatever that can change this is saying at the time in the back in two thousand and four we. Todd is what was going to be the best before capital city and and people often us. We didn't said that large parts of racial strife would have perform all that capital cities and that happened paypal criticizes for that and then we said that we're gonna come with a pretty big boom so on the criticism as lhasa salaciously.

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Australia pauses rollout of AstraZeneca vaccine

C-SPAN Programming

00:13 sec | 6 d ago

Australia pauses rollout of AstraZeneca vaccine

"Here. Some of your covert 19 headlines Australia is halting the use of AstraZeneca's vaccine for those people under the age of 50. It comes one day after Europe's drug regulators said that it found a possible link to rare blood

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Why Does Sex Die Out in Long-Term Relationships?

Relationship Advice

02:03 min | 6 d ago

Why Does Sex Die Out in Long-Term Relationships?

"Hi rain thank you so much for joining us on the show today and you so much for having me today. We're gonna talk about sex in. We're going to talk about why it dies out in long term relationships and then the three types of sex and understanding those three types that you breakdown and how that can help us not reframe. How sex dies out. So why don't we start with having you tell us in our listeners. Why sex loses. Its bang from those first few months when you're together with someone new yes. This is a phenomenon that pretty much. All couples experience all around the world. Then they get to see that with my clients. Come from all over the. Us from australia. All of europe asia and doesn't amazing phenomena that the section of is hashing. It it's exciting. Can't keep our hands off each other. And then as drift happens once the couple gets into a more intense relationship more committed relationship. There's more responsibilities. Like children and the passions starts to die out. And i know from my own experience as a vendor working with couples folks who go through this. How confusing this. How come we were so excited. And passionate verge on the in the beginning and our love and our relationship seems so easy and now we just feel like roommates at best or worst fighting with each other. And so what i have seen and myself and my own couple. The couples i work with is that this is a really natural phenomenon. And it's nothing to be scared about and it's something that happens for good reasons for biological reasons and a call to action for couples. You really learn differently.

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Maturing Mindfulness With Dennis Sheppard

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

02:13 min | 6 d ago

Maturing Mindfulness With Dennis Sheppard

"I wanted to pick up a little bit from what we were talking about last week mainly because often often most of you you didn't really get the the idea of the talk and because because i love the subject so much They when i when we sort of nine and the name of the talk tonight is maturing. Mindfulness cheering mindfulness. And i think that's quite a wonderful thing to think about. Because mindfulness itself is such an important factor in the iphone path such an important factor in in the way that we that we need to practice in the. Why rene to to understand a cells as we're looking inward wiz. We're self reflecting on our cells looking in and understanding what it is that we see in gradually coming to terms with what we are. What's new what's your yourself today inside which is always It's always very interesting just to watch just as the meditation. Settles down the men. Meditation saddles and settles. And then any of the issues that you might have deeper in your mind issues. Sometimes push us around terribly really but as that meditation gradually sales. We're able to sort of see what what is starting to come up for us starting to see the Just what it is. That's maybe down there. That's that's sometimes push us around. Put us around without us even knowing so this is a wonderful. This meditation is such a wonderful thing to be able to notice that what it is. That is as i mentioned. When i'm sort of talking about teaching meditation. I can remember that agenda. Medo one of my favorite monks Favorite teachers he wants said that mid that meditation is really nothing more than than a skillful mental breakdown. And i think that's such

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Australia halts AstraZeneca vaccine for most people under 50

Fresh Air

00:22 sec | 6 d ago

Australia halts AstraZeneca vaccine for most people under 50

"Australia is the latest country to restrict use of the covert vaccine developed by AstraZeneca. It's recommending that the shots not be given to people under the age of 50. Australia's announcement follows the latest statement from the European Medicines Agency that it had found a possible link between the AstraZeneca vaccine and

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Reconstruction: Australia after COVID

Between The Lines

02:08 min | Last week

Reconstruction: Australia after COVID

"Australia's economic recovery in the wake of the pandemic. Well we all know. Australia has weathered the pandemic bit of the most nations. It's been five months since the last reported virus related death and several months since any serious community transmission. It's quite extraordinary. Isn't it in coming. Wakes the most vulnerable. Australians will have been vaccinated on april. Nineteen this news. This week there will be reopening of the trans tasman travel route although they remind risks and uncertainties it's fate aside that the pandemic is pretty much forced drawings. But what does all this main for the economy. John edwards is a senior fellow of the lowy institute and a former member of the board. His new book is called reconstruction australia covered. It's published by the low institute. Get i john. Welcome back to the shy unpleasant to be on for the past year. We've been told we face the most terrifying economic conditions for generations yet australia. You think about it. The unemployment rights less than six percent the stock market is within a few percent of its high level and according to the imf this week international monetary fund australia is poised to grow at its fastest pace in twenty two years. It's four point five percent this year. Indeed we are among the world's standout performance in the recovery from last year's covid recession john. What accounts for our economic resilience. Well first of all. I think we handle the health trip. Caught will lettuce. We responded promptly. We put in social distancing. We prepared our health system for a bigger emergency than one. We presumably and australians will comply with the health guam. So that's that's important that we we contained the pandemic tilting but on the economic side. I think we also risk owner will be response in monetary policy the reserve bank and a very big response from fiscal policy treasurer and the morrison government.

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Main opposition party against mining wins Greenland election

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last week

Main opposition party against mining wins Greenland election

"Britain's main opposition party which is against an international mining project involving uranium and other metals on the octagon and who's emerged as the biggest party in an election vote with all those now counted the left leaning community of the people party has secured thirty seven percent entitling it to twelve seats in the Greenlandic National Assembly in the victory speech the party chairman says a strong environmental agenda this helped it stand out at the heart is a proposed international mining project by Greenland minerals and Australia based company with Chinese ownership which is seeking a license to operate a mine in southern Greenland the community polity is opposed to the project and is urging it to be stopped for environmental reasons I'm Charles the last month

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Death Toll From Indonesia's Landslides Rises to 126

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last week

Death Toll From Indonesia's Landslides Rises to 126

"Officials say the death toll from the mudslides in eastern Indonesia has risen to one hundred twenty six with schools still missing as rain continues to pound the region and hamper searches hundreds of police soldiers and residents have been digging through the debris with their bare hands shovels and hoes searching for those buried on Tuesday what a team's wailed as they watch rescuers pulled out a mud caked body place it on a bamboo stretcher and taken away for burial in old landslides and flooding have killed over one hundred and twenty across several islands in Indonesia that's what is nearing thirty people in neighboring East Timor many homes have been damaged the thousands displaced by the weather which is expected to continue until at least Friday as the storm moves south to Australia I'm Charles the last month

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Indonesia landslides death toll rises to 126, dozens missing

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last week

Indonesia landslides death toll rises to 126, dozens missing

"Officials say the death toll from the mudslides in eastern Indonesia has risen to one hundred twenty six with schools still missing as rain continues to pound the region and hamper searches hundreds of police soldiers and residents have been digging through the debris with their bare hands shovels and hoes searching for those buried on Tuesday what a team's wailed as they watch rescuers pulled out a mud caked body place it on a bamboo stretcher and taken away for burial in old landslides and flooding have killed over one hundred and twenty across several islands in Indonesia that's what is nearing thirty people in neighboring East Timor many homes have been damaged the thousands displaced by the weather which is expected to continue until at least Friday as the storm moves south to Australia I'm Charles the last month

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Buddhist Attitudes towards Worldly Problems With Ajahn Brahmali |

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

02:13 min | Last week

Buddhist Attitudes towards Worldly Problems With Ajahn Brahmali |

"I thought tonight i was gonna talk a little bit about some of the problems in the world and how to deal with these problems from a buddhist point of year and how to think about them in a way that is constructive and what we can do about some of these things. What other buddhist attitudes to some of the problems we see in the world and one of those problems that we are seeing right now. We have seen the problems in myanmar in burma with the military account taking over the government and people protesting in the streets and then people being killed by them by the military. And of course is a very anti buddhist way of behaving. Yeah people killing getting killed and all of this so the question is what can we do and one of the things. That of course is on my mind is what can i do as a monk. What would i do if i was in burma and the military came up and said okay. You know pointing a gun at you or something like that. And i wonder the interesting things that you find in the buddhist sutras buddha's discourses and the buddhist vinegar is precisely this interaction between the monastic sir. And the lay people especially when the times of trouble and this times of trouble of course with the world was no different at the time of the buddha and it is now. Her world is pretty much the same. Maybe we on a little bit less spiritual so maybe we have gone a bit backwards. Since the time of the buddha people like to think we're going forward is right but i think sometimes we go backward in things like spirituality. There's no obvious reason why we're going forward spirituality go backwards noser and certainly at the time of the buddha things were quite different from what they are now but anyway because the problems are largely the same. What happened if the lay people behaving really badly. Let's was saying bad things about the buddha dharma sangha they were really doing bad things towards the monks and nuns. And whatever and what what you do and the buddha lay down a procedure that you can do as a monastic which is called the procedure of turning the ball upside down.

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Virgin Australia Introduces New Onboard Menus

AFF on AIR Podcast

01:58 min | Last week

Virgin Australia Introduces New Onboard Menus

"And physically has removed complimentary snacks in economy class replacing them with the by onboard and drinks many instead of a free snack along with water or jeez economy passengers on beijing will now just receive complimentary water tea or coffee. Additional snacks are available for purchase. Now include packets of chips kid. Cats will muffins for five dollars each or instant noodles seven dollars. Fifty drinks including soft drinks beer. Wine and spirits are now available for purchase customers who had booked economy tickets invasion prior to the twenty fifth of march. When this change came into effect have been notified by that they can still receive a complimentary snack by showing a copy of that email to the cabin crew. Flies who've done. This have reported receiving a free packet of mixed seeds and nuts in the pointy end of the plane. Division has relaunched its business class product with a brand new fresh menu. Instead of prepackaged snack boxes business class passengers now enjoy choice of proper houghton code meals which include things like lamb and rosemary pies ham and scrambled egg brioche holy in qena salad or smashed avocado on saturday. Vision has also brought back. Pre-departure sparkling wine which is saved in pro losses invasion is also now the earliest trillion airline to offer spirits in business class which are available alongside a range of other premium. Drinks qantas stopped saving spirits when covid nineteen started and has not received during this in their business clause visions frequent flyer program velocity. Meanwhile also revealed this week that gold and platinum members who qualified for a status extension by looking at least one. Virgin australia fly. Before the twenty eighth of march will now receive up to an eighteen month extension instead of twelve months version originally promised to extend the status of eligible members until the end of march. Two thousand twenty two but those members who now receive another extension in september meeting. They'll get cape they've lost status until at least the end of september. Two thousand twenty two

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A highlight from Episode 76 Juana Barraza and Past Lives With a Martian Twist

Tipsy Tales

03:53 min | 2 weeks ago

A highlight from Episode 76 Juana Barraza and Past Lives With a Martian Twist

"A way you put it that way. Someone's invading your back door now. They're trying your front door of our my front doors open to go ahead printer hoop and yeah talk just upper front door open. Would you like it in the australian vice. Chancellor dr open. That was an australia without door. Close back door is never open back. Door bolted shut the fuck out. You're welcome have a nice day free breach. Do we got try to make you laugh to team. Which isn't going to make me do it. Worse tried make me. I know you're not supposed to laugh more when that it. Don't scratch your church. Yeah oh my god. So can i just say one time i was in church and an the front pews and i think it was with my mother-in-law sta and my sister in law and we were laughing so hard because this man kept pacing back in ford and his pants were wedged back. Birds watched and the greg of is. But i could not control myself. It was the funniest damn thing. Ever his butt cheeks were paperclips room time. Yes and everytime he'd walk and then you know clinch you could see when it's funny that the most inappropriate things. Yeah in church injured all the time we used to. Oh my god me and my friends my friend can would just turn around. Look at me. And i'd be like without during a funeral it has happened at has wherever it was me. My sisters we're in colorado. I'm pretty sure we were there for a funeral and all got the giggles and it was the most inappropriate time. The timing was bad. yeah it was awful. I thought we were gonna get in trouble so when time okay. I've already told you the whole thing so we have like these assemblies we have they have these assemblies like every year. So we drive to tucson four days at a time. We're in this assembly. It's a really huge like auditorium. This guy sitting in front of us. She's already board. yeah she's already snowing. She's like i find no humor in what you're talking about. So i have my legs across crossed in this direction and my sister has hers opposite direction and her foot is underway for and i'm wearing high heels and pantyhose teams day when we had to penny off with everything else frigging. Joe lie insane

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"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

05:46 min | 2 months ago

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"There's a massive coal to get that removed because there's no checks and balances to to even that out so there's no one who say the chief health officer isn't elected in and hakin assign a health officer to site right. Sorry i've just had. It confirmed one hundred fifty six one hundred and fifty posse of the health act so the person who decides the medical procedure is not elected in the person who assigns offsite who go at right. You need to have your big time removed. All units had lobotomy or united. Or whatever it is is not elected and doesn't even need to be medical officer. They donate a medical training background or anything that you can pick any joe blow off the street and on top of that. They don't need to identify themselves. Do you think this is something that the health strategy potty is willing to hike up to site we need these to do this democratically. We need to make sure sufficient checks and balances in place to make sure legislation that was released in previous years and under different governments is actually balanced and fair for the strength label yet. What would you make the actually removed. Because there's no room in the life of the society of a free country which is what most people come to australia for is a free country. there's never full Anything like that to exist with somebody comes into your house and forces you read that particular article that your research And horrific there. There are people in the community that have written to us and that have expressed the horror of of just thought of somebody forcing themselves into the house. Removing objects. Like you know pants whatever to and it could. Actually you're saying it could be an official. That's representative of the deputy chief of health. When could actually be a police officer. Because i think it stated or at least somebody mentioned that one of the the concern lettuce to us and so i don't know who brought that in and if they were in their right mind or or what they were thinking and why that snuck in At such opportune. Timing is also an interesting thing so these definitely these things need to be removed and all these other ideas of particular laws. Being passed in the middle of the night without anybody's consensual consultation. That needs to be checked as well. a we. We really know. Who's doing that. And who agrees with the and whoever wrote that would they agreed to that to happen to their family and their family members I don't think they'd be nodding the head right so so we we need famous to to be reviewing the risks Of what we're putting out community through from a mental health state point. I would deteriorate foss because of an declation Even the mosque idea just to go back to that moment there are people that are suffering because they have panic attacks and so and there are people that have medical exemptions but unfortunately when they walk around if they will go into their local shopping centre post office they also suffer because other people are looking at them and discriminating towards them because they're not wearing their mouths very true causing a lot of stress. You again bill. Because of mine said that he had his moss. Dan one day Because he was having trouble breathing while while she was going for a walk and some elderly gentleman blasted him for..

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"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

07:54 min | 2 months ago

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"Golden shares his thoughts on the media's response to cry kelly and other challenges to the government's handling of covid nineteen and also a little about the australian elections coming up. So let's hear from is zack is an issue. That's come up in the light of the wfan elections in march. And i wanted to deal with directly. And the trigger in a way is being craig kelly in the media now personally. I'm not a fan of craig kelly. There's a lot of things that he says. I don't agree with. And i've certainly not looked at his facebook page. Viewed his other material but mainstream journalists are being rushing to criticize him. And i listen every sunday morning to the insiders. And that's all i did. In the little section of the program devoted to him was criticized. But you know. I've never heard any of these will respected journalists ask. The simple question is what he saved. Correct barriers simply assumed. Because it's not the line promoted by the older dog's local health authorities in australia that he statements are wrong. That is not good journalism. And this attitude graphically highlighted to tomato the real problem we've had with the covert nodding response in australia as well. As in many other countries we have not been told all the facts as stated in the health australia party. Why out statement the medical response to covid. Nineteen has been directed by people trained in the pharmaceutical paradigm and the politicians and the mainstream media in this country and in many others have just unquestioningly followed. This approach and as a result countries like australia have been denied. The use of well-tested saif inexpensive proven natural medicines for both treatment and prevention and. These are things which have been used by medical doctors and train natural therapists in other countries. And they'd been used by some governments in other countries for example treatments. Now kelly mentioned a range some of which we covered in now statement but to give you some simple examples vitamin d one of the most straightforward and obvious things to give to elderly people especially those in poor health. It has been shown time and time again to reduce the severity of any infections to keep people out of icees intravenous. Vitamin c is a proven remedy to be used in viral infections. Guiding supplementation and other nutritional recommendations have been shown to be of great value and there are other forms of treatment shown in the h- the uae outside now prevention. of course. It's something that i personally have been working with since nodding eighty-five a long time. Our prime minister morrison proudly stated that his government had committed six point three billion dollars vaccines against covert however he was certainly not told that the entire population of australia could have been immunized against covid nineteen by the end of april twenty twenty for around about two hundred million dollars with zero risk of deaths or toxic side effects and with a- demonstrated effectiveness in the real world not in trials that in the real world around ninety percent. So what do we get for essex point three billion why have we expanded six billion dollars more than we needed to on experimental vaccines and untested technology. Which may be of limited effectiveness. I subscribed to lancet and on the sixth of the february this year. There was a letter. Resurgence of covid nineteen in monagas brazil. Despite high sierra prevalence in other words. They looked at people where they done. Blood tastes around. Seventy percent had antibodies for covid nineteen. But the new strain these people were not immune so even though that had an infection with covid nineteen. They were not immune to the new strain. That's over in brazil and this has got obvious consequences for vaccines of course because vaccine. July interlocken key approach the strain used in the vaccine has to be pretty much able to lock and key with strain in the community otherwise it doesn't provide protection and the twenty-three authors of the article said all the letter said this was unexpected and of concern. And if you want to follow this up yourself you can look at the lancet references. So where does the health astrid your party stand on vaccination. We've been accused. Incorrectly of being an anti vaccine party was happened at the previous election. Two thousand sixteen and we took the age to the press council of australia. And i agreed that the statement that the agent made the headline that the health australia party was an anti vaccine data. Breach two of the four principles way. Believe an informed choice and specifically if we're talking about covid nineteen if people wish to be vaccinated that should be there right and if want to immunize otherwise not immunized at all certainly not vaccinated then should also be there right without any penalty. We were the first political party to oppose the no job. No pay and no jeb. No played legislations. Because i will not scientific though not based on genuine science and we were the first political party to oppose midi mandatory medical interventions witting including the covid nineteen vaccinations. This does not mean. We're an anti vex party in any journalist or state premier or anyone else says otherwise than that. Ill informed and they are wrong. We support genuine science and that should mean an open honest transparent comprehensive public review of all options regarding topic free of the pharmaceutical filter which has been an is being applied to health matters. Australia asking reasonable questions does not mean. A person is a mindless unscientific. Anti vaccine legislation should be based on genuine science and not biased preconceptions. As is so often the case and was the case with the know jeb no paid no jeb. No play legislations to closed down. Genuine debate is the side of a captured. An important media and a failing democracy not a thriving one the we allowing this. We are allowing this to happen in australia. Which is why the healthiest dryly. Potty is asking you to support our candidates in the march wwl elections until we have people who can stand up in parliament and give simple honest truthful descriptions of health issues we will be a lesser country. Then we should be and that we can be thank you. I hope you have enjoyed listening to this. Episode or the news podcast. Please consider supporting party in building a healthier australia and becoming a member who donating co website www dot l. strategy party dot com dot a u and look for the join us link was a donate link. Thank you for listening and goodbye for now..

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Health Australia Party News

05:44 min | 4 months ago

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"Yeah look forward to that. We'll have to do the the tolkien what it means to be a man. Because i've got no idea to be quite honest. You tell me but in terms of topic and yeah look at his absolutely. He'd shopping but in terms of undue influence upon decision making. It's at a critical point absolutely. And i think they're awesome. You know some great corporate entities out there can think of a couple of companies that have a fantastic culture and a really good imperative and they're trying to achieve good things on. I think that's incompatible. But they're also corporations which are addicted to Boss prophets and i will use the reference some of these things in order to sort of get along in the corporate world but the needs to be much more accountability. And that's something we all need to lobby for. And we can you know as consumers. We can also push that a bit. I think the other thing that's really important is to seek governance have ability because we've seen in coporate people have taken accountability and being charged. Let's say ceo. If they had seen as negligence they could be personally charged. But we need to see that. In governance we need to see a political leaders Be held accountable for the decisions. If they impact the country or the city or their state. what are your thoughts on that as a sort of a final touch. We'll speaking as a private individual in victoria. Wouldn't that be nice. Yeah absolutely on very disconcerted by the mechanisms of accountability when you get raw to the top of political science i think there's really good mechanisms in the public service and the idea and all of these other organizations but when you get to the elected officials and i'm not denigrating them as a whole because i'm either hats in the right place and doing the best job. They can't just very quickly. I think there's almost a childlike assumption in the water electricity size. That every politician will do everything that you expect them to do. And be totally pleasing. They be they'll have to make decisions. You don't agree with but as long as it basically. I think you know we can live with that in situations where they deviate from that. I'm not convinced that we have strong enough mechanisms in western nations in general. There's all sorts of people don to talk about australia. But there's all sorts of paper done abominable things and think just walk away from it it. It's puzzling state of affairs. And something we need to change one asks the question ways. The federal is cic And what's role in this..

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"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

03:20 min | 5 months ago

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"Established. Track real tragedy. And that's been happening since two thousand thirteen and now doesn't twenty these kinds of directives at on top extremely badge and we made to get some accountability for why not controlling this. In the same way as we've controlled all barr says jeeze. I feel like the paypal. Yes you don't need to like the healthy people might snow not makes no sense at all and there was never any justification for when they brought bean. I'm so and until we see that those measures don't work then you don't adopt these jacobean measures that might be needed for virus. Killing healthy people without any mobility in the street in front of us. None of that happened. We don't have any real data to decline this global pandemic united line a serious outbreak of disease australia. We make to get accountability and transparency back. You know. I'm and yeah just totally improve. The integrity of the political process is we must. We must and one more question for you. Judy you live in wnba other any really specific issues from wwl that you feel you would like to be able to apart from what we've talked about. Obviously because you you've got a few measures in place today. That are a little worse than some of the other states. But is there anything specific that you'd like to see change in wma and all of those things that are discussed our problem in w i in corruption in the family called and i think the main thing is that western australia only has one. Newspaper print western australian presenting very biased information. Along a number of issues. And i think if we had some competition to that national piper. I'd love to say that happened to get some more objectivity and anti-vagrancy into the opinions that have been presented because that very much controls the population. Here w i in fact they did a study at one point and fan that mice was destroyed. An looking outside. Of w i get their knees need diversity you've got to or if you've awake and you want some. We've might to see how can another newspaper. Let's reasonable competition and diversities factual a k. Well is there anything you can add for me to tell tell members where we going in w i apart from having a couple of people from health strategy potty as members. That's way we going. You know just like that you know. I'm really passionate about changing a lot of the political barriers that have prevented the public. Having a voice. Critical decisions have been an active with emily. He'd put.

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"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

04:00 min | 5 months ago

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"You've got to have a healthy place to live. You need healthy economy Because without that well we all suffer of democracy And ask society so. I guess with health australia. We've got these five pillars that dr golden has set up a beautiful policies and they cover every aspect. I believe of way we need to work together. Strata back so with Just with our environment judy. way way. do you see Particularly for i because we've got wwl election coming up in five months And it's a very dry country. However in the west held us see the health of our environment fishing in with what you can bring to the west australian table. Well you know. I'd like to see us all. Focus on pollution and making good decisions with the waterways. Good political decisions so that the water isn't either used in certain areas then sorts of things i'd like to look into but particularly focusing on working in harmony with the environment with all due and focusing on reducing pollution which we late to the climate change and all the rest of it so good more discussion around those sorts of issues would be really good. That's a good one because we we We just get so used to what we live in. And we certainly don't breathe pure air all not even close in society. I mean when i think of society i think of a healthy society means a healthy and happy tribe of humans on the planners and i'm really distressed at the rate of suicide secret simpson's covid thing has happened and we don't have a solid who'd society A background anymore. Dewey what will i think we certainly have and then on really distressed to say that you know they all the directives coming with covid actually not just reversed adding shimin health. I have outcomes be human health but even even for the environment you nine more reusable cups. We weren't allowed to use a reasonable nervy that was a problem in came the alcohol sanitizer chemicals in which about the environment and fast and everybody's and they went back to using more piper plates and cups and and so it wasn't just health outcomes that we're invest the actually for the environment as well and we had good solid practices based on years of research all the united health promotion journals and we based our policies on that one good example is in two thousand thirteen. A struggle had really good preventative. Health policies in place when the abbots liberal government came in and they remained three hundred sixty million dollars by destroying that preventative health program. And like you say if you have good nutritional policies on nutrition and preventative. Health and natural remedies. You they're the ones that are good for humanity and health outcomes and baked ziti reducing your health budget absolute and repairs three hundred and sixty million dollars worth of policies that were already in priced preventing disease.

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"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

03:53 min | 5 months ago

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"With that at freedoms disappearing I can no longer say that. We live in democrats not not and we have the prime minister the proud of the fact that he removed the pizza put in place coercive back summation that means many people participate in society Without using a back. Same we can't we want to travel and for for a disease karenna bars two thousand and nineteen that has not been proven to be any worse than a normal flu season and there's no justification for the covid vaccine to come in and this this is a tragedy the well it's it's a crime. I think it is a crime. He's hi k will We could talk all night. Couldn't we about the issue. Because it's i think it's probably five jay. End this upcoming so-called vaccine because it's not what we consider a vaccine. It's nothing like what we've been use to not aren't quite a different thing. Altogether at sets a genetic genetically engineered vaccine. We have had other genetically engineered back science. This one's got messenger. It's also got nanoparticles in that That can collect that will collect people's by metrics which will be stored in the cloud privacy's gone and with no died. Cordless supervised will not. They're hoping to be able to scan people with a liked and to determine if the backside tonight and of course the health cod a be healthcare way. Travel out of australia or across borders may be hard. But you know there's no proven reason to bring these things in and you know we can't call ourselves a democratic country that protects human rights when we giving up the most fundamental human rights that we have and there is my freedom with actions if we come over here injecting into our bodies and we have a government that Acceptable and not a stranger would like to know. And it's certainly something that's with standing up on fighting for absolutely. I will tell you the experience now in the family court system and a spin australia on it's completely corrupted and experienced this corruption firsthand. What do you mean way judy. Our was an expert witness in cases and one particular case. The the government's team blake my appetite to the media which is a criminal offence. And so when i was told and they defamed the in the media with information so the moya's recommended that i Report back to the state and federal police. We tried did in two thousand nine. Nineteen and i didn't get a response. So this where we're administrative the axon issue is not only not being debated when it gets into the courts affidavits late to the media and that court case never went ahead and it was the government's government. Peter mcintyre was brought into that case. That my affidavit was linked to the so instead of defending back in the cords He actually prevented it from. So this is why we're an it's causing a lot of anxiety with parents physician because the government is now linked a maximum of twenty eight thousand dollars to vaccinating with.

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"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

05:10 min | 5 months ago

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"Whole landscape with very different who's gonna challenge when those policies come through who's gonna question why we making this particular change while we posse another low. Don't we have enough laws. Ca we need balance which we don't have any bounce and and we need people to start to care and understand about politics because it is at a lodge level shaping our country and shaving out rules now health as we know it is determined by some of these policies and whole lage's live our economy and and many many many more aspects of our life determined by these policies and at some point have to say it with truth and hand on. I didn't care much for politics. Like i said earlier..

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

04:16 min | 5 months ago

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"Society and our country out freedoms need to be within reason bounced and currently the balances going out the window and and if this is the time to stand up and be heard make noise about your freedom and about your health and about your family's health that went his And so i can orange. Yeah i encourage other people leaders and they don't have to be leaders in politics so ladies in the field of natural medicine or any of that sort of stuff just latest in their on household leaders and there are to stand up to look health Potty they become a candidate come run with me. I will put you ahead of me. I'll vote for you. The my my i'm here is not to try and do this for me. this is help the straight party. This for what good we do influence we can have for community Yeah something all the people so that we have it at choices back in have have had rights reinstated because the have definitely been eroded. And and it is tom. It's time to stand up and stand up for ourselves and type backup. Freedoms has to be the way. And you know the the key. Is i think what sharps these freedoms and this is again. One of the reasons why gotten involved with health stripe potty is politics and and the biggest surprise that has a lot of people that understand politics. A lot of people don't understand voting a lot of understand the difference between an upper house and lower house the difference between the big piper small pipe when they got elections and and they need to understand that they need to make their first count. It's that's a civil jury. That's that's you know they they. They're right to choice is elect fair potty elected somebody that's going to represent the majority's voice and and and fantas and balance and and it's i do that. Then why are they expecting a change. I think this is the biggest thing in society of this. Everybody's poor little may. There's not much. I can do somebody else's gonna come and do it potentially looking for savio looking for you to get up. Make that decision you need to get fired up about what counts and what matters and and if your choice doesn't count and it doesn't matter to you thinking about your children think about your future pink about their future way will we go We as a society as a country. If those things aren't accounted for and heard and acted on now he absolutely end. I think a lot of people don't feel that they make a difference but every single person makes a difference every voice counts and there's not one person on the planet that's any more important than anyone else queen of england to the person who's sweeps the streets oughtn't we're all equal totally great and that's the truth and the people's thought to get aware and conscious of that the the the battle because if you think about the entire collective of society is made up of individuals and if each of those individual started to make their choices count then we have an entire society that makes choices. Count the vigil in that society said. Well it's not up to me. It's up to somebody else to shave future shape. Then we have an entire collective of society that have lost care. They've they more passionate about. What be they drink. And which team they follow and what colors. They support then then their entire freedom. Yeah and that is how freedom gets arrived people becoming complacent and and careless. We need to change that..

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"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

05:21 min | 5 months ago

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"A big influence To to governance and governments so we need to look at these things we need to establish fantas if it was up to me To bring in a new policy in australia it would be a policy of fair and transparent donations to potties to all parties. So if if someone is dating any amount and small or large. Because i think to get around that at some point they introduced something along what i'm talking about. What about isn't a pie..

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"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

04:51 min | 5 months ago

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"We'll look at as a danger because of the methamphetamines. All the ice situation that we had here where people were on drugs. Although the mets labs and things like that so that would be something. I'd like to see some changes in homelessness would be something i'd like to see some changes in. It's completely outrageous this age and twenty twenty that we have the beautiful country that we have the beautiful city state that we have and we've got homeless people living on the streets. That's got a kidney agree more absolutely. There's somewhere within the vicinity of two thousand six hundred of the population of the people that are on the streets being children under the age of twelve. So that as a father alarms me. It makes me think if children are future. What are those thousands of children. After you're doing on the streets will could be two more again. it'd be something. I'd like the potty sir to support me on and to give me some direction but then the things that come up to me to answer your question as passions definitely low for allied health as well i am a clinical hypnotherapist and one of my going jokes and i'll keep using until they tell me it's illegal to advise people right. I like this. You know maybe we've all been a little bit hypnotized by what's going on in the main yet what's going on. Sometimes it's a distraction to what's really going on definitely seen people getting sick and literally from watching the news because of the fear and the stress and the inside is that that creates and so you know it's time we look at the regulations and hold people accountable. Hold the media accountable representing and sharing truth. And not you know. I'm not holding my tongue on this. I want to soften things and be balanced about certain things and there's some things that we've got to say as people really do need to start to know with very low key in australia and we should be rides and it takes a lot to get worked out that people get more worked up about their football team losing than they care about. What's going on in reality in our country and what's starting to shape policies..

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"australia" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

05:26 min | 7 months ago

"australia" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

"The early years in Australia, very hard. The settlers had to do with disease insects and other pests and often fought with the native aborigines. But the British continued to settle Australia and sent more convicts to farm and prepare the land over time the settlements grew and spread further across. Australia. By eighteen thirty fifty eight thousand convicts had come to Australia to the surprise of many the settlements did well, even though they were mostly populated by former criminals and most of the convicts didn't continue to commit crimes. Eventually Australia, begin to prosperous farms, produce grain and other industries such as wailing and ship farming thrived. Before long sheep wool was one of Australia's major export. An export is an. That a country can produce and sell to other countries. This was also a time when explorers ventured out and discovered new exotic places across Australia. They wrote about their adventures captured the imagination of people around the world with their tails about the wonders beauty and wildlife, of Australia. Over, time the governments of Australia change for being authoritarian that means run by a single person or groups of people to a democracy where the people vote and have a say in what laws are passed and decisions are made. Different states began to form across Australia and today consists of six states new South Wales Queensland South. Australia. Tasmania Victoria and Western Australia. Because, Australia is a separate continent surrounded by water. It's animal life has evolved on its own for many thousands of years for this reason, many of the animals in Australia don't exist anywhere else in the world and are very unique. Have you ever seen a picture of kangaroo king crews stand up right carry their babies in a pouch in hop across the land nowhere else in the world where you find Kangaroos the same goes for wallabies similar to kangaroos but much smaller. Koalas which climbing trees and the very funny looking platypus can also be found in Australia the platypus looks like the combination of a duck up beaver an otter. Be. Sure to find the picture later if you've never seen platypus before. Tasmanian. Devils and dingoes are to other mammals unique to Australia. Many of the deadliest species in the world can be found there to such as the poisonous funnel Web spiders and twenty types of venomous snakes such as Tai Pan. Australia's also famous for the Sydney Opera House The Sydney Opera House is also one of the most recognizable buildings in the world it was built along the harbor and its roof is shaped several huge overlapping white shells. Her workers started on it in nineteen, fifty nine, and it costs one hundred and two million dollars to build. Ten thousand people worked on it until it was finished in nineteen seventy-three. Every. Year more than ten million people visit the Beautiful Opera House to wonder at it's architecture and to be entertained. Some notable people in Australia are Saint Mary Mackillop who served the aborigine people in the outback and established several schools to help educate the poor and needy. Howard Florey who save millions of lives.

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"australia" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

02:58 min | 7 months ago

"australia" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

"The Sun goes down in the air is alive with the buzz of insects. The stars are glittering overhead. You enroll your federal and lay out staring at the sky above and listening to the sounds of the night. Amazed at the wonders of the Australian outback. have. You ever heard of Australia Australia is an awesome country with a fascinating history and incredible wildlife, which is also home to many amazing bedtime history fans. As Australian fans have donated and written reviews and shared their love of bedtime history. I've thought. Wouldn't it be fun to do episode all about Australia First. Off Australia is the only country in the world that covers an entire continent. It's located between the Pacific Ocean and Indian oceans and is often called the world's largest is and. It's also the sixth largest country in the world by land area. The geography Australia is very diverse. It has fertile land for farming in the southwest and southeast, and in the northeast, it has wet rainforests. There's also the famous Australian outback, which is an extremely hot and dry desert with very little water plant life. In the southeast is a long mountain range called the great dividing range. Off The northeast coast is the Great Barrier Reef which is the world's largest coral reef where people travel from all around the world to snorkel and scuba dive to explore. It's exotic sealife people have lived in Australia for a very long time sixty, five, thousand years ago. It's believed humans crossed ancient land bridges from Asia to Australia. These people later became known as the aborigines. They were hunter gatherers, which means they lived off hunting animals and gathering food such as berries and other plants they could eat. Aborigines spread across Australia and formed their own unique cultures and societies thousands of years before Europeans arrived. The first recorded. European. Explorer to land. In Australia was a Dutch sailor named Willem Jansen. In sixteen o six, he made a map of the area. He also met the native aborigine people and called the new land new Holland. Later English explorers such as William Dampier arrived, and then in seventeen seventy captain James Cook who claimed Australia for his own people. In, seventeen eighty seven, the first fleet of eleven, ships left England and sailed Australia. Because settling in new land is hard and often very dangerous one way. The British decided to do this was to use convicts to farm settle the land. A convict is someone who's been found guilty of a crime in sends to prison but the British leader's decided that rather than put these people in prison, they could use them to settle Australia. This first group included seven hundred and thirty convicts and two hundred and fifty free persons..

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"australia" Discussed on Sidenote

Sidenote

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"australia" Discussed on Sidenote

"I think the Australian fires though open people's eyes Ziyang. Okay this is really important. We have to start addressing this immediately because we are now seeing the direct impacts of our inaction. Yeah Wow okay. So I think we're GONNA end here because honestly it's innately like listening to this podcast you're going to hear these types of conversations again because that's just it is what we're talking about. It's the most important issue of of our time so we have the video about the Australian fires. We're going to continue to make more videos about this topic and sort of navigate this conversation with you so let us know what you think using hash takes. podcast talked to us about climate. Change in general. How you talk to people about it your opinions on it? What this conversation is maybe sparked for you because it is a complex conversation in no way? Do I think I have the answers and just sort of like piecing things together from what I've read and just trying to think about this as much as possible. Yeah I agree. Let us know I'm interested in. How people's in especially in different countries perceive higher governments receive it? How it's even these fires as a specific example? How is that viewed from a global perspective because obviously Canadians made me feel somewhat connected to Australians? Oh my gosh remember. We went to Australia. I I and I was so like you fly so so far. Twenty hours of ten years ago we flew to L. A.. And then you find so far a lot of diesel fuel you got off the plane and you're like I'm in Canada handed about warm. I was so frustrated. I fly this four. I want this. I want some sort of culture shock. But they're different but yeah very similar architecture of the Honda Hondas and my Toronto reared experience so I do think we are connected to Australia. Similar like sort of like recent history. Uh well thank you guys for eliciting as always and we will talk to you next week for another podcast say..

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"australia" Discussed on That's Incredible

That's Incredible

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"australia" Discussed on That's Incredible

"I love the quiz. And now we all know a lot. More about astrid. It's time to celebrate a pot of australia that you love t tourism is a big thing in this country and when people want tourists to come and visit they make an ad wade love for you to make tourism. Edf your favorite part of australia. It could be a poster or a video or a cod anything like that and it could be anywhere. Maybe it's your hometown. Maybe it's your house. Maybe it's your kitchen maybe to backyard. Maybe it's your hobby house. Make an ad for your cubby house. In mike kelly house we can do anything we want as long as mom and dad aren't looking that sort of thing maybe it's a secret location. No one else knows about but you whatever it is wherever it is mike ad and send it to podcast at mama mia dot com dot. I you and that's it. I cannot white to see your ads feel favorite parts of australia. And if you're overseas well send us an add fuel places. Well because we'd i'm on traveling down on that and that's it the final episode of that's incredible enjoyed the show. I've had a great time. Travelling around to places with you. Learning some amazing things feel a lot smarter you do too. I've enjoyed the quizzes. Gosh i've enjoyed the factoid. 's and i love listening to all these brilliant people. I had no idea about and the things that they do now. If you've locked the show make sure you go back and listen to the episodes again and see if you remember most of the second time. Maybe you'll win the quiz every single time. And then make sure you get out and enjoy your everyday loft do the activities and then send them to us as well. Can i see you again. Thanks for listening to. That's incredible this opportunity to learn. Laugh and share is brought to you in partnership with subaru. Where every moment is a chance to do. How would you like to give us some feedback about. That's incredible. there's also the chance to win. I one hundred dollars badshah. Just follow the lincoln the description of the episode an answer a quick survey. We'd love to hear what you think..

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"australia" Discussed on That's Incredible

That's Incredible

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"australia" Discussed on That's Incredible

"Place a related to another and you. You'll taught that at a very young age so you're taught to respect the land. The land respects you. And you take care of one another and it's really beautiful. You learned that at a very young age and you continue to live that way. I can sit here and describe omlund to you but you never know unless you go there. So i would encourage people to go omland and sit with local people and learn. You really feel when i'm talking about..

"australia" Discussed on That's Incredible

That's Incredible

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"australia" Discussed on That's Incredible

"Of incredible his incredible. Australia has a ten thousand pages. Australia's carsl line is around. Forty seven thousand kilometers long. So if you try to visit a different h. every day it will take you over. Twenty seven years to visit the mall sunscreen as ten million. The wealth largest cattle station is in south australia. Anna creek cattle station is over fifteen thousand square kilometers and is home to nearly ten thousand.

"australia" Discussed on Post Reports

Post Reports

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"australia" Discussed on Post Reports

"From the newsroom of the Washington Robert Samuels from the Washington. Post Kaplan Hi this is this is post reports. I'm marteen powers. It's Thursday January January ninth today. What fires in Australia tell us about climate change trump's success in remaking the judiciary sorry and the unfolding royal drunk? Hundreds of wildfires are burning across southeastern Australia. The fires of the size of whole countries. We're talking twenty six million acres. That's nearly one hundred nineteen thousand square miles of land which have been dissipated summation by fire. The fires have destroyed thousands of homes the decimated wildlife the Australian government says thousands thousands of Koalas have been killed. Australia is already a huge country geographically so on top of several years of drought. There's so much fuel in the country tree that can burn and these fires have become vicious and ferocious because of the dry material. That's being swept into the path of the Fire Kate. Shuttleworth is a journalist analyst based in Melbourne. She's been reporting on the fires for the past two months. I've reported natural disasters earthquakes in New Zealand. And I've reported war and this was enlightened. Nothing I've ever seen. We chartered a boat and traveled nearly six hours along the Australian coastline through the best straight. which is an extremely rough patch of say and all along that coast? There was a haunting yellow orange backdrop and the air was thick with smoke at times and really difficult to breathe in. The whole coast was on fire. And that was. When I realized the scale of things FIS you could see the burning it was haunting that was apocalyptic.

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