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"greg hunt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:09 min | 5 months ago

"greg hunt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Think that there will be a lot of things happening between now in the 20th of January. A lot of things. This is the closest Mr Trump has come to acknowledging defeat. But he continued to insist that the pole had bean a massive fraud without providing any evidence to support his claim. Mr Trump went on to say it was going to be a very hard thing to concede. On Iranian diplomat and three other Iranians go on trial in Belgium today accused of plotting to bomb a rally of exiled opposition activists outside Paris in 2018. French officials alleged. The Vienna based diplomat Asadullah Asadi, and his alleged accomplice is operated on the orders of Iranian intelligence something Tehran strenuously denies. Mr McManus. Sadullah Asadi was arrested while on holiday in Germany and extradited to Belgium, where he was charged with plotting to attack the rally stage by an Iranian opposition group. Belgian police had found half a kilo of explosives and a detonator and a car driven by two of the diplomats, fellow defendants Thousands of people attended the rally in Paris. President Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani, was amongst those who addressed the crowd. This is the first time listen. EU country has parts in Iranian official on trial for alleged terrorism Mr Asadi denies the charges. BBC news Being physical confrontations between members of Taiwan's parliament over an easing of US pork imports. Members of the main opposition crewman Tang Party, the KMT through pig guts and exchange punches with elements from the governing Democratic Progressive Party. The government announced in August. 30 weirded out with it would allow imports of U. S poke containing ractopamine on additive that makes the meat tender but his band in Europe and China China is to impose steep tariffs on Australian wine from Saturday after saying that dumping is harming its own winemakers. Trading in the shares of one of Australia's largest wine producers was suspended on the news. Member insisted the government research programs to improve the wine industry don't amount to unfair subsidies. China is Australia's biggest trade partner. But relations have soured over cameras call for an inquiry into the origins of covert 19 on the decision to drop highway technology from its five G network. The Australian state of Victoria has recorded no new coronavirus cases or death for 28 consecutive days, with officials saying it has had a benchmark for halting infections. Victoria has relax some of the world's most stringent lockdown restrictions. His film myself. The last coronavirus patient in Victoria was discharged from hospital on Monday. Infections, though, have been detected in other parts of the country. There are concerns the virus could escape into the community from quarantine hotels for travelers returning from overseas. But the federal Health Minister Greg Hunt, says Australia's success in containing Cove in 19 is the envy of the world..

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"greg hunt" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:08 min | 5 months ago

"greg hunt" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Will be a lot of things happening between now in the 20th of January. A lot of things. This is the closest Mr Trump has come to acknowledging defeat that he continued to insist that the pole have bean a massive fraud without providing any evidence to support his claim. Mr Trump went on to say it was going to be a very hard thing to concede. And Iranian diplomat and three other Iranians go on trial in Belgium today accused of plotting to bomb of rally of exiled opposition activists outside Paris in 2018, French officials alleged. The Vienna based diplomat Asadullah Asadi, and his alleged accomplice is operated on the orders of Iranian intelligence. Something Tehran strenuously denies his John McManus, Sadullah Asadi was arrested while on holiday in Germany and extradited to Belgium, where he was charged with plotting to attack the rally stage by an Iranian opposition group. Belgian police had found half a kilo of explosives and a detonator and a car driven by two of the diplomats, fellow defendants Thousands of people attended the rally in Paris. President Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani, was amongst those who addressed the crowd. This is the first time listen. EU country has parts in Iranian official on trial for alleged terrorism Mr Asadi denies the charges. BBC News They're being physical confrontations between members of Taiwan's parliament over an easing of US pork imports. And this is the main opposition women telling party, the KMT through pig guts and exchange punches with elements from the governing Democratic Progressive Party. The government announced in August that it was a dark it would allow imports of U S Park containing ractopamine. On additive that makes the meat tender but his band in Europe and China China is to impose Steve terrorists on Australian wine from Saturday after saying the dumping is harming its own winemakers. Trading in the shares of one of Australia's largest wine producers was suspended on the news. Member insisted the government research programs to improve the wine industry don't amount to unfair subsidies. China is Australia's biggest trade partner. But relations have soured over cameras call for an inquiry into the origins of covert 19 on the decision to drop highway technology from its five Jean network. Australian State of Victoria has recorded no new coronavirus cases or death for 28 consecutive days, with officials saying it has had a benchmark for halting infections. Victoria has relax some of the world's most stringent lockdown restrictions. His film ASA. The last coronavirus patient in Victoria was discharged from hospital on Monday. Infections, though, have been detected in other parts of the country. There are concerns the virus could escape into the community from quarantine hotels for travelers returning from overseas. The Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt, says Australia's success in containing Cove in 19 is the envy of the world..

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"greg hunt" Discussed on Think: Digital Futures

Think: Digital Futures

04:51 min | 9 months ago

"greg hunt" Discussed on Think: Digital Futures

"Provocative in terms of some of the issues in that relationship, whereas having a fun call with a friend or a you know, somebody is is. More allowed in doesn't provide the same reactions so and they may be able to go, and you know. What in the garden without notice store? United step outside, so there's there's an elemental. It could be unsafe that it also could be a lot safer. Clearly, there are many benefits to telehealth, and while there are some concerns around quality of care both Charlotte and Sally agree it should keep expanding and improving. We have to have to look at. These pandemic. Positives that might come out of it I think we have been wanting to say health. More accessible for patients and for clinicians for some time, so it's good to say that we've got that. I think it's really important that we stop and think about. How do we want to utilize telehealth as pot of our sustainable long-term healthcare system? And really making sure that we're basing that on the experiences in the views of patients because they're fundamentally if they don't want to use it if they don't WanNa engage with it then you know that it's it's sort of useless, but also that we're also considering the needs of clinicians clinicians of busy. They've got huge workloads. We need to make sure that the system works efficiently. But it's also evidenced by, and it's safe and secure, and it provides that continuity of care, but the technology for this has been around for a long time. What took it so long to develop? And why now there's a common refrain from health professionals. We needed a pandemic yes. This was not going to happen for at least ten to twenty years. If these hadn't happened, so says there was concerned from the government that costs could go out. If telehealth was more accessible to be like anything, you know even easier to do some people do more. That's what they fear is, and then we've got these sort of escalating access healthcare, which fine launch is not what we're saying. Happen at all and he's unrealistic cost, but from my perspective. We start to actually do this with with some of the other changes that really need to happen. We the whole model of k then I think that we're actually going to end up with a much more. Cost efficient by patient seen to muddled K that he's based in the long term. It's possibly true if you give people access to healthcare that going to use it, but when circumstances may tell the safest option for many vulnerable patients, the government was forced to expand the availability of telehealth. It's progress that wouldn't have happened. Otherwise. We think paying for more than ten years to get chilly hills. We wouldn't have gotten that. It wasn't Chakai that and the Minister Greg Hunt said that to set an our CJ people meeting just two weeks ago that he achieved in ten days what he had not expected to say for another pain used. In getting Kelly Hill through expanded telehealth is likely here to stay during the pandemic and beyond the convenience for clinicians and patients and expanded access for rural and disabled Australians. Benefits the government can no longer ignore. But Sally says we can't just rush headlong into telehealth expansion healthcare workers researches, and the government needs to make sure these changes work for everyone. It has been good to say that there has been any bracing telehealth and remotely delivered healthcare to patients during this period of time and I guess that's probably perhaps one of the positives to come out at these difficult period that we're all going through the moment and I think the challenged now, particularly looking for my research is. Stopping and reflecting and saying a cave, we know there are some really good things that have come out of this telehealth is one of them. But how do we Taylor and how do we make it sustainable? And how do we make sure that it remains evidence-based so that the healthcare that way delivering to patients? We have. We know that it's working? We know that we're not compromising their health through. Changing the delivery of that healthcare. Think digital futures is made possible with the support of. Radio and the University of Technology Sydney. Think digital futures is made in Sydney on Gaggle. Land of the ordination whose sovereignty was never seated. You can hear more of think. Digital Futures, Tusa Dot, com, or wherever you get your podcasts. I'm Kaitlin McHugh. Thanks for listening..

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"greg hunt" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

05:43 min | 10 months ago

"greg hunt" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"The, drugs also used here in Australia where a pack of thirty tablets just twenty two dollars under the pharmaceutical benefits game. And study is found that young adults aren't having as much sex as they used to. A report in the Journal of the American Medical Association Claims a survey of Ten thousand people in the United States comparing sexual activity found that men aged between eighteen and thirty four and women aged, twenty, five to thirty, four, a sexually less active, now than what they counterparts were during a similar survey conducted eighteen years earlier in fact situation so dire researches found a third of men aged eighteen to twenty. Four said they hadn't had sex for year. Guys who weren't married. Married guys who are either unemployed or Ernie and pat time employment, and those who had lower incomes with the least likely to be having sex and students of both genders also file a slightly to be having sex. The authors speculate that cultural changes could be explaining the off in sex with young people these days, taking longer to grow into adult, who generally, but they speculate the tendency to Binge Watch TV, spent more time online rather than meeting, people face to face and whipping out the cell phones during face-to-face meetings. Could all be working to limit their opportunities? Paleontologists say ancient footprints found in South Korea might have belonged to a two legged crocodile. The findings published in the journal scientific reports could reshape previous research into rebels, two well preserved eighteen to twenty four centimeter footprints were previously thought to be made by giant terraces, walking onto lakes to protect their wings, but the authors argue there actually more likely to be made by crooked dillmore, which ancestors the modern crocodiles, alligators and Caimans, the size of the footprint indicate a body length of around three maters while skin, traces and clear impressions suggest heel to toe walking. Well here's a question I think pretty well. Everyone's been asking over the last few months. What sort of person who has rolls of toilet paper? During a pandemic? Well the answer? It seems that firstly they're likely to be Australia. Australia it seems lead the world in over enthusiastic Donnie paper, purchasing wind covid nineteen I hit, and it was the notoriety of that search, which then triggered the hoarding of toilet paper. Another countries now a report in the journal Plus One is actually looked at the type of person who bought buys bug roles during a crisis. Swiss and German researchers surveyed some one thousand and twenty nine adults from thirty five countries, finding the most likely people, the stockpots, all the paper with those perceived covid nineteen as a major global threat, also people who generally more easily worried and anxious. We're lucky to behold as well and the third group where people who naturally really well organized that was found older people will more likely the whole toilet paper than younger people and Americans. It seems stockpiled far more toilet paper than their European counterparts, but then again days are dazer big thing in Europe not so much the states. Oh Shakespeare who wants asked the question. What's in a name and for a bunch of anti vaccination fluoridation objectors? It's seems a lot. They formally changed the name of their political party in order to deliberately hide they true agenda. What all this means is that the political party formerly known as the involuntary Medication Objectives Vaccination Fluoride Party will now go into the next election renamed as the informed medical options party, which, if nothing else is certainly false advertising? In fact, the name change raises the obvious question if they. They policies policies a so good withstanding for then why deliberately hide them? Medical experts claim it's all powder and tint to conceal the party's is True Agenda and pee mainstream to minimum from a strain skeptics says despite form objections by the Australian Medical Association. So what was Federal Health, Minister? Greg Hunt. The Australian Electoral Commission has found the name change meets the requirements of the electoral. Act The election you might remember. There was a party going for Senate of involuntary medication. Objectors bracket vaccination slash fluoride close potty. It's anti vaccine. He played that sort of thing. It'd be with a conspiracy theory. Potty a little. They didn't get a lot of votes. They didn't get anyone into the PA. Thank, Heavens! Because the nine was tightly wieldy, so they've changed it to the informed medical options party, which a lot of people especially medical expensive objected to because it makes them satellite, they are informed. They have something to do with medicine, and they're talking about options, which not only to true still the same vaccination, anti fluid Wi potty the just trying to go same knicks each different. This is like the logging industry calling themselves the pro-trade Patio, or something like that, yeah, that that sort of thing is. Having a lot of groups heading out different things, but this was set up by the fellow who is the husband of Baba Neyla metro path who's been banned to life for the things I was suggesting could be done with her faith and center so naturally enough the. Involuntary Medication Objectives Party whenever land of. The about the health. I think it was actually Barbara. Nail is running a clinic like a residential cleaning can retreat up on the New South Wales North Coast, and plus she had a natural rapidly practice, and she was traveling ran through the city on things. Giving lectures and treatments that Cetera. She's now in Dan from any sort of treatment in Australia basically for promoting. And dangerous. So naturally. He's been pretty upset about that and her husband. Has This I WANNA? Have this political party which I dare say I'll make a prediction will go just as well as the next election did the last one. That's Tim Mendham from Australia skeptics. And,.

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WHO promises review of COVID-19 response amid calls from EU, US

Morning Edition

00:48 sec | 11 months ago

WHO promises review of COVID-19 response amid calls from EU, US

"NPR's ping pong says members of the WHL including the European Union are calling for an independent review of how the organization has dealt with the pandemic W. H. O. member countries taking part in a virtual meeting of the world health assembly called for an independent investigation into how the organization has handled the cobit nineteen response Australia's minister of health Greg hunt says Australia and the E. you are co sponsoring the resolution we need to learn the lessons from this pandemic and ensure we have the strongest possible global health architecture with enhanced ability to prevent and respond to future outbreaks critics say W. H. O. was too trusting of China's coronavirus information early on and that the organization has no power to make countries comply with their guidance long and

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"greg hunt" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:22 min | 1 year ago

"greg hunt" Discussed on AP News

"Australia's prime minister this is scribe as unfathomable the world health organization support for the re opening of wet markets in the Chinese city of the epicenter of the corona virus pandemic the U. N. agency is supporting the re opening of schools that's what markets in China central city of Wuhan as it lifts a months long lockdown against Kobe 19 now prime minister Scott Morrison says he's totally puzzled by this decision calling it unfathomable well health minister Greg hunt adds he's too unsettled by the decision to open up the wet markets saying there's a very real likelihood that the crew the virus arose from the one in Wuhan I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Australia critiques reopening Wuhan wet markets

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Australia critiques reopening Wuhan wet markets

"Australia's prime minister this is scribe as unfathomable the world health organization support for the re opening of wet markets in the Chinese city of the epicenter of the corona virus pandemic the U. N. agency is supporting the re opening of schools that's what markets in China central city of Wuhan as it lifts a months long lockdown against Kobe nineteen now prime minister Scott Morrison says he's totally puzzled by this decision calling it unfathomable well health minister Greg hunt adds he's too unsettled by the decision to open up the wet markets saying there's a very real likelihood that the crew the virus arose from the one in Wuhan I'm Charles de Ledesma

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"greg hunt" Discussed on AP News

AP News

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"greg hunt" Discussed on AP News

"The U. N. agency is supporting the re opening of schools that's what markets in China central city of Wuhan as it lifts a months long lockdown against Kobe 19 now prime minister Scott Morrison says he's totally puzzled by this decision calling it unfathomable well health minister Greg hunt adds he's too unsettled by the decision to open up the wet markets saying there's a very real likelihood that the crew the virus arose from the one in Wuhan I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Australia critiques reopening Wuhan wet markets

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Australia critiques reopening Wuhan wet markets

"The U. N. agency is supporting the re opening of schools that's what markets in China central city of Wuhan as it lifts a months long lockdown against Kobe nineteen now prime minister Scott Morrison says he's totally puzzled by this decision calling it unfathomable well health minister Greg hunt adds he's too unsettled by the decision to open up the wet markets saying there's a very real likelihood that the crew the virus arose from the one in Wuhan I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Search Results Web results  Europe death toll from coronavirus surges past 20,000

BBC World Service

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Search Results Web results Europe death toll from coronavirus surges past 20,000

"In Europe the number of people killed by the virus has risen to above twenty thousand the French prime minister Edouard Philippe warned the battle was just beginning Boston Australia the health minister there Greg hunt said there were positive early signs that the growth in the number of new cases in the country was starting to slow

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"greg hunt" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"greg hunt" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"American politics is shall we say that's divisive and bitter politics is a brutal business after all. But perhaps this is Noah mall true than in Australia. Prime ministers appear to fall from power more often than the average football club manager of the most recent victim, Malcolm tumble. Use an appearance on Australian television to name nine plotters as key figures in his downfall. His of it'll of what the foam prime minister had to say, Katie had a great sighing. I think it was Jack Lang's originally that in the great rice of life will was Beck self interest. Because you know, it's trying, but it was so obvious that the coup the insurgency that occurred in the last part of August was so obvious that it was going to be destructive with so obvious that there was not going to be any upside to it. And of course, that's what's turned out. It really never occurred to me that senior members of the government. The tickly people with such solemn responsibilities. Paid a dot in the home affairs minister responsible for Estrada's national security for heaven sake. Mystic security Matisse Coleman, you know, the leader of the government in the Senate Greg hunt. The health minister, Steven Chabot at tried minister never occurred to me that does people would act in a why that was to be side damaging to the to the government to the party, and frankly to the nation. I mean stability is is very important and disturbing that stability should be done with the very clear justification and a very clear purpose. And even then it carries risks, Malcolm Turnbull, naming names in his appearance on the ABC's a program. He was demanding onces from them over the reasons behind his sacking that speak now twohey he Whitfield his the Europe bureau chief of straightest seven network Hume Malcolm Campbell, staying very calm during that hour long performance. Onto the surface, clearly, very very angry pull its forum that he's was Was will. before he became prime minister. He was appearing on a show cold Q indicts, essentially, the striding version of the British program question time, but this time they wasn't a panel of people being interviewed by the audience. It was just Malcolm timbale by himself. The first time that we'd heard from him since he was deposed by he's on potty. And clearly he took the opportunity to nine nine is you hood, just stay Biddle, try and lie out. He's legacy is. Well, he lists the prime minister sheep, very quickly was a at. Hey described as madness where he says that he's Philo Impey's inside the liberal party and liberal party in its strategy is the conservative party. It's on the right side of politics. He said that they blew up the government and just dies after he left in Scott Morrison was installed. He took all the New York. He stayed away. While he's state was Ray contested. In a by-election. And in the last couple of weeks has returned back to he's homicide side mansion in the most exclusive suburb in Sydney and tightening. These so pitchy to as as as a nine nine and try and try and give himself some sort of a positive legacy. He also didn't seem to have any real idea of why his own party at that point decided to kick him out. Well, he if we got back to twenty Dane, hey, challenged, then prime minister tiny, but he used the I guess the excuse of the raisin fa- challenging Tony Abbott bang that the government led by Tony. But had lost sooty news polls. Which is the mine. Basically, the equivalent of a yougov poll study, news polls, ROY and that was enough for the prime minister to go. Well, Malcolm Turnbull, lost thirty. He lost. Thirty one thirty two. And then he he says that t- Lovie internal potty polling suggested that despite that the government was on the Optique, and I was looking at winning case Sates, and ultimately the lex the next election, which is due in the first half of next year. So hey, suggests that he he doesn't have any idea is to why he's on colleagues turned against team. And in fact, it was surprising..

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"greg hunt" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"greg hunt" Discussed on AP News

"I'm Rita Foley with an AP newsmen. At key Republican Senator Susan Collins says they'll be a lot at stake on Monday when supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh and a woman accusing him of sex assault testify before the Senate Judiciary committee, obviously if judge Cavin high has lied about what happened that would be disqualified. He denies the allegations which come from a woman who says he attacked her when both were in highschool Florence continues to weaken as it travels across the mid Atlantic and into New England thirty two people have died in this storm, most of them in North Carolina. John Holmes lives in Trenton, North Carolina. And he's going to have to clean up his flood damage town. So you will see what it brings? I mean, look at how it is depressing. Game of thrones wins the best drama series. Emmy, I'm Rita Foley. A publicity stunt or not you be the judge, but a very public scuffle between actor Tom Arnold and the apprentice producer, Mark Burnett has led to an exchange on social media. Arnold tweeted that Burnett choked him at a pre Emmys party Sunday in Los Angeles, brunettes wife, actress Roma Downey tweeted than Arnold tried to ambush the couple. She posted a photo of what she says her bruised hand. Arnold's lawyer Marty singer told the Hollywood reporter that Burnett attacked Arnold. Actress Allison Hannigan was there and tweeted that she saw the whole thing and thought it was a joke until security jumped in police say no report was taken Arnold has a new show. Debuting Tuesday called the hunt for the Trump tapes. It follows Arnold attempts to find tape that show the president expressing bigoted views on the set of the apprentice, which Arnold was once a contestant. John Burnett produces. Needles found in strawberries, all over Australia have forced the fruit to be pulled from grocery store. Shelves and future. Orders have been put on hold health minister. Greg hunt says needles have been found in all six Australian states, and that police are leading the investigation we have all side tasks the federal agency to investigate whether they're out supply chain weaknesses with their actions that we can take to assist the police whether there are systemic changes, which are required. Western Australian state strawberry. Growers associations pulled the Silva says it's consumer terrorism and a nightmare for the industry. The industry is dumped over twenty thousand kilos of effort. And that's basically from cancellation of orders and lack of demand to sabotage strawberries scare is now stretched to Western Australia where a needle was found in a Barry over the weekend. And in New Zealand both of its major food distributors. Have pulled us trillion berries from stores growers are now using metal detectors in hopes of restoring confidence and say the needles aren't coming from the farms so far there have been no injuries. As a result of the needles in the berries. Everything from car batteries to kangaroo. Essence health pills are being sold in Pyongyang at an international trade fair North Korea's one of the most heavily sanctioned countries in the world. But this year's trade. Fair includes more than three hundred twenty companies is making something of a comeback with a flood of Chinese entrepreneurs taking part almost all of the companies with stalls at the fair are from North Korea or China, but a Russian medical technology company was selling heartbeat monitoring wristwatches and a New Zealand company was selling kangaroo capsules businesses from a few other countries. Like Italy in Cuba, are they're seeking business opportunities. When posting on most job sites. You get candidates. I'm the sales director sales driving sales director you're looking for. But when you posted indeed dot com, you get the candidates just right for you. I'm a sales director with an MBA over ten years experience. Who's also fluent in Japanese was indeed you can add screener.

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"greg hunt" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"greg hunt" Discussed on AP News

"I'm Tim Maguire the AP newsman at the Senate Judiciary committee will here next Monday from supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh and university professor Christine, blaze Lee Ford who has accused him of assaulting her when they were both teenagers for delegation didn't surface until California Democrat Dianne Feinstein announced her letter making the allegations against Cavanaugh an allegation, he has flatly denied thousands of homes and businesses throughout North Carolina where either damaged by hurricane Florence is wins or by the flooding. That's followed. The storm includes John's homes home in Trenton about an hour's drive from the coast. So you will see what it brings? It is depressing. Officials say many the rivers swollen by feet of rain from the storm will not crush until later in the week. At least thirty people are dead, including some two dozen in North Carolina. I'm Tim McGuire. Everything from car batteries to kangaroo. Essence health Pels are being sold in Pyongyang at an international trade fair North Korea's one of the most heavily sanctioned countries in the world. But this year's trade. Fair includes more than three hundred twenty companies as making something of a comeback with a flood of Chinese entrepreneurs taking part almost all of the companies with stalls at the fair are from North Korea or China, but a Russian medical technology company was selling heartbeat monitoring wristwatches and a New Zealand company with selling kangaroo capsules businesses from a few other countries. Like Italy, and Cuba are they're seeking business opportunities. Publicity, stunts or not you be the judge, but a very public scuffle between actor Tom Arnold and the apprentice producer, Mark Burnett has led to an exchange on social media. Arnold tweeted that Burnett Showtime at a pre Emmys party Sunday in Los Angeles, brunettes wife, actress, Roma Downey tweeted, Arnold, tried to ambush the couple and she posted a photo of what she says, it's her bruised hand. Arnold's lawyer Marty singer told the Hollywood reporter that Burnett attacked Arnold. Actress Allison Hannigan was there and tweeted that she saw the whole thing and thought it was a joke until security jumped in police say no report was taken Arnold has a new show. Debuting Tuesday called the hunt for the Trump tapes. It follows Arnold's attempts to find tapes that show the president expressing bigoted views on the set of the apprentice, which Arnold was once a contestant on Burnett produces. Needles found in strawberries, all over Australia have forced the fruit to be pulled from grocery store. Shelves and future. Orders have been put on hold health minister. Greg hunt says needles have been found in all six trillion states, and that police are leading the investigation we have all side task the federal agency to investigate whether there are supply chain weaknesses with their actions that we can take to assist the police whether there are systemic changes, which are required. Western Australian state strawberry. Growers associations pulled Silva says it's consumer terrorism and a nightmare for the industry. W? A industry has dumped over twenty thousand kilos of effort. And that's basically from cancellation of orders and lack of demand to sabotage strawberries scares now stretched to Western Australia where a needle was found in a Barry over the weekend. And in New Zealand both of its major food distributors. Have pulled.

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"greg hunt" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"greg hunt" Discussed on AP News

"When a child apparently threw a shovel at its feet, two children and an adult were writing the camel during an intermission at the shrine circus at PPG paints arena in Pittsburgh when it lost control one child suffered a broken arm while the other injuries were considered minor. The camel was brought under control within seconds and the circus resumed without any further problems. The animal wasn't injured officials said needles found instr-. Robberies all over us drilling. Have forced the fruit to be pulled from grocery store. Shelves and future. Orders have been put on hold health minister. Greg hunt says needles have been found in all six trillion states and the police are leading the investigation. We have all side tasks the federal agency to investigate whether they're out supply chain weaknesses with their actions that we can take to assist the police whether there are systemic changes, which are required. Western Australian state strawberry. Growers associations. Paul Silva says it's consumer terrorism and a nightmare for the industry. W w industry has dumped over twenty thousand kilos of effort. And that's basically from cancellation of orders and lack of demand to sabotage strawberries scare is now stretched to Western Australia where a needle was found in a Barry over the weekend. And in New Zealand both of its major food distributors. Have pulled us trillion varies from stores growers are now using metal detectors in hopes of restoring confidence and say the needles aren't coming from the farms so far there have been no injuries. As a result of the needles in the berries. A media report linking half of the cardinals and bishops who served in the Netherlands between nineteen forty five. And twenty tend to abuse cases has done the country's Catholic church into the global sex abuse and cover up scandal, the respect the.

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"greg hunt" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"greg hunt" Discussed on AP News

"The financing of some coal oil and natural gas projects Bank of the west recently announced the change, and it's caused a lot of anger in the Rocky Mountain region. Where fossil fuels are an important part of the economy. Bank officials say they don't oppose the fossil fuels industry, but they support the transition to renewable energy to reduce carbon emissions the rock springs. Rocket minors Sweetwater county. Commissioners voted five to nothing in August to stop doing business with the Bank Sweetwater county, which has several major gas drilling areas is scheduled to withdraw funds from the Bank by October. First. Salaries on Wall Street rose last year to their highest level since the two thousand eight financial crisis. The figures come from a report on Wall Street profits from New York controller Thomas to Napa Valley the average salary in New York City securities industry in two thousand seventeen was four hundred twenty two thousand five hundred dollars a thirteen percent increase. Securities jobs have the highest average pay of any occupation. In the city to Napoli's report finds overall the industry had twenty four point five billion in pre-tax profits in two thousand seventeen rising forty two percent from twenty sixteens figures. Needles found in strawberries, all over Australia have forced the fruit to be pulled from grocery store. Shelves and future. Orders have been put on hold health minister. Greg hunt says needles have been found in all six trillion states, and that police are leading the investigation. We have all side tasks the federal agency to investigate whether their supply chain weaknesses with their actions that we can take to assist the police whether there are systemic changes, which are required. Western Australian state strawberry. Growers associations pulled the Silva says it's consumer terrorism and a nightmare for the industry. W industry has dumped over twenty thousand kilos of effort. And that's basically from cancellation of orders and lack of demand to sabotage strawberries scare is now stretched to Western Australia where a needle was found in a berry over the weekend. And in New Zealand both of its major food distributors. Have.

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"greg hunt" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"greg hunt" Discussed on AP News

"Four deaths from falling trees and building materials have been reported in China's manufacturing hub and dozens more died when the storm swept through the northern Philippines over the weekend before lashing southern China. In Hong Kong, crews were clearing fallen trees and other wreckage laughed when the financial hub felt the full Brent of the storm on Sunday rail airline and ferry services have been restored and casinos in Macau of reopened for business. There's new blood leading the way in the nation's theaters AP's been Thomas has a look at the weekend box office results. Sit around making hats out of rape cases. The Konkan space and this weekend the predator grabbed hold of the North American box office taking the top spot with an estimated twenty four million dollars in earnings still with eighty eight million in production costs studio executives we'll be looking to international receipts to make up the difference. The horror foot the nuns slides the second, adding more than eighteen million dollars to needles found in strawberries, all over us drilling. Have forced to be pulled from grocery store. Shelves and future. Orders have been put on hold health minister. Greg hunt says needles have been found in all six trillion states, and that police are leading the investigation. We have all side tasks the federal agency to investigate whether their supply chain weaknesses with their actions that we can take to assist the police whether there are systemic changes, which are required. Western Australian state strawberry. Growers associations pulled the Silva says it's consumer terrorism and a nightmare for the industry. W w industry is dumped over twenty thousand kilos of effort. And that's basically from cancellation of orders and lack of demand to sabotage strawberries scare is now stretched to Western Australia where a needle was found in Barry over the weekend. And in New Zealand both of its major food distributors. Have pulled us trillion varies from stores growers are now using metal detectors in hopes of restoring confidence and say the needles aren't coming from the farms so far there have been no injuries. As a result of the needles in the berries. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. I look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game. AP radio news. I'm Tim Maguire next Monday, the Senate Judiciary committee, we'll hear from both supreme court.

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"greg hunt" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"greg hunt" Discussed on AP News

"The privacy of passengers Saint Louis has banned taxi drivers from live streaming video the decision came after a local driver for Uber and lift broadcast live video of his writers online without their knowledge or consent. The taxicab commission is expected to keep the new policy in place, the commission already required giving visible signs notifying customers. If a taxi has video or audio recording devices when the driver was fired Uber and. Lips said that he violated policies banning, disrespectful behavior and using customers information for personal gain. But neither company has specific policies banning live streaming or saying how drivers recordings of passengers can be used. They leave that up to the local regulations. Needles found in strawberries, all over Australia have forced the fruit to be pulled from grocery store. Shelves and future orders have been put on hold health minister. Greg hunt says Neal's have been found in all six trillion states, and that police are leading the investigation. We have all side tasks the federal agency to investigate whether their supply chain weaknesses with their actions that we can take to assist the police whether there are systemic changes, which are required. Western Australian state strawberry. Growers associations pulled the silver says it's consumer terrorism and the nightmare for the industry industry has dumped over twenty thousand kilos of effort. And that's basically from cancellation of orders and lack of demand to sabotage strawberries scare is now stretched to Western Australia where a needle was found in a Barry over the weekend. And in New Zealand, both the first two grizzly bear hunts in the lower forty eight states in almost three decades won't be happening. A US district. Judge delayed the hunts for two more weeks saying he needed more time to consider if federal protections for the animals should be restored up to twenty three bears could be killed in the hunts planned in Wyoming and Idaho wildlife advocates and native American tribes requested the additional two week delay after suing the government to restore the bears threatened species status, and extending the delay. The judge said there remained serious questions regarding whether the government acted lawfully in lifting protections on an estimated seven hundred bears in the three state Yellowstone region. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. Look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcasts win while. You're there be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game. AP radio news. I'm Ed Donahue, North Carolina is still in the grips of Florence..

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"greg hunt" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"greg hunt" Discussed on AP News

"The victory is a big one. While drivers stretches his winning streak to three on a day with three digit temperatures. Brad Keselowski survived. Not only the heat but three restarts. In the final. Eighteen laps to win his third straight race. It's also his third win at Las Vegas this race. Also carried extra significance as the first race of nascar's playoffs and the five hundred hundred across all motorsports for Team Penske. And that really. Special for Kozlowski what a special day for five hundred wins for Penske three in a row here. I went in the playoffs. There's too many storylines for me to get it. All right here, but we're very thankful in very proper albums. Kyle Larson finished second Martin directs junior was third Brett McMillan Las Vegas. Publicity stunt or not you be the judge, but a very public scuffle between actor Tom Arnold and the apprentice producer Mark Burnett has led to an exchange on social media Arnold three. Did that Burnett Showtime at a pre Emmys party Sunday in Los Angeles, brunettes wife, actress, Roma Downey tweeted that Arnold tried to ambush the couple and she posted a photo of what she says, it's her bruised hand. Arnold lawyer Marty singer told the Hollywood reporter that Burnett attacked Arnold. Actress Allison Hannigan was there and tweeted that she saw the whole thing and thought it was a joke until security jumped in police say no report was taken Arnold has a new show. Debuting Tuesday called the hunt for the Trump tapes in fouls. Arnold attempts to find tapes that show the president expressing bigoted views on the set of the apprentice, which Arnold was once a contestant on Burnett produces. Needles in strawberries, all over Australia have forced the fruit to be pulled from grocery store. Shelves and future. Orders have been put on hold health minister. Greg hunt says needles have been found in all six Australian states and the police are leading the investigation. We have all side tasks the federal agency to investigate whether they're out supply chain weaknesses with their actions that we can take to assist the police whether there are systemic changes, which are required. Western Australian state strawberry. Growers associations pulled Silva says it's consumer terrorism and a nightmare for the industry. W industry has dumped over twenty thousand kilos effort. And that's basically from cancellation of orders and lack of demand to sabotage strawberries scare is now stretch to Western Australia where a needle was found in a Barry over the weekend. And in New Zealand both of its major food distributors. Have pulled us trillion varies from stores growers are now using metal detectors hopes of restoring confidence and say the needles aren't coming from the farms so far there have been no injuries. As a result of the needles in the berries. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. I look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game. AP.

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"greg hunt" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"greg hunt" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Thought foods an early election? Well, that's the danger that that Morrison faces. They also under Malcolm Turnbull had done a deal with some members of the cross bench some independent impace to to make sure that those independents would always guarantee confidence in the government end and the provision of supply the money that the government needs to function. Now, they have said that they won't those deals renegotiated. There's no guarantee that they will definitely transferred to Scott Morrison said he faces that challenge. And as you say, if Malcolm timber forces apply election, then this the question of of what the government doesn't the main time when it doesn't have a even a majority of one. So you know, it's a rookie period ahead for Scott Morrison ahead of the next election which is g by next may, but he's going to be very much hoping does independence can base the sweated to Becky mean what about duck? And can he keep his position because there's been some queries of his behavior in the past, particularly his association with some childcare agencies which have been fun. Nded by the government. Those constitutional question about that that hasn't been entirely resolved. That was one of the reasons that modem turbo gave for delaying any vote until today from yesterday, he sought legal advice from the solicitor general, the first law officer he for the government on whether or not there was a constitutional breach because they childcare centers receive government subsidies. Now the the solicitor general says he's not incapable of serving, but he can't rule out the possibility that the high court might if it was ever tested fund ineligible. So really this question still remains will heal, will he not be referred to the high court for for an absolute verdict? And if he is is another by-election that's an even further headache in terms of his ministerial position, I would expect he would be retained in the ministry. He did get forty forty votes against forty five. I think that would be an an uproar from the conservatives if he was dumped so expectation retained in probably Greg hunt who was the men who is going to. Run as he's potential deputy. So I think they jobs will be protected. But there is still this question I will have paid a eligibility. So what's the future of the liberal party? Well, that's an excellent question. Shane one that the liberal party's often get. So this has been the greatest fable. Repotting has seen. It's been the most shambolic performance in parliament we've seen for a long time. I mean, we had a government dismissed by governor general back in nine hundred seventy five and a lot of people being pointing back to that as the time that we've seen the sorts of scenes that we saw this week with ministers, resigning and the government unable to function the liberal party has a great deal of soul-searching to do, and that he's going to be an enormous challenge for the new prime minister and he's new ditties, Josh frauded book whose Victorian-based motor conservative, but but a pragmatic conservative and he and Scott Morrison going to have to work very hard to try and unify. And shuttered liberal party and all of these ministers that have resigned over the last few days. What happens to them? Do they come back into government or whole new cabinet is is, is found out, does that work and other good Christian with no answers? Just yet. I got Morrison. We'll have to do after being sworn in as prime minister will be to work at who he's ministry is going to be and get them sworn in as well. At the moment, we've got a skeleton staff in the ministry, just a number of the people who didn't resign taking renumber portfolios to parliament is out of fish in now two weeks. So he has a couple of weeks to try and get that sort it out. But yes, he really does need to work out which among those people, he's going to return to the ministry who he might reward from the backbench and who he might to might..

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"greg hunt" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"greg hunt" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"And and and and accused pass it on to your child after you die it's so retake who would want it with the new technologies come out i think dyson changed the whole marketplace with that system and you know that that's so strong the dyson is so strong that is some carpet warranties don't allow you to happen if you have it they tell you your carpets not warranty because of the unraveling of the strands most carpets aren't under warranty anyway so it doesn't matter but derek derek how did you finally get rid of her i know i was like they're like they're booklet looking through the booklets trying to find the warranty go like kuvina warranty guys and then they're like just believe how many people how many people were in the house one girl one girl okay all right well i'll tell you that is one scam and it's not you know technically a scam you get something you pay for it the company's real but i can't believe i can't believe they would have anyone that would buy it for that price for even the lowest price they start out at twenty five hundred now one of the tricks they do is did they talk to you derek about the trade in no no they say listen to what they say to people this is one trick they do if you say now we do offer a trade would you pay interested would you be interested in that and if they say yes because they'll give you some ungodly amount think about it for your vacuum because they're gonna get so much for that one they go over and say okay and they cut the cord the plug off of yours and that gives you that mental kind of crap like you can't go back no i didn't say look he almost swallowed his his humor swallowed real quick because he thought i said the bad word i went that crap anyway they cut the cord and they they really do it and so now you don't have a plug on their you're thinking oh and that's that's so stupid they say okay you're going to trade and they cut it and then you think i can't go back but derek you are responsible for those men and i don't think there's anything you're going to do except go after your brother i'm sorry that you had hold for that it it really does suck but could you imagine if they let people off of tolls for just you know hey i wasn't driving in office good hundred fifty bucks a screaming deal no fifty percent off i know they go directly after rental car companies to oh they'll that they're aggressive they are aggressive tolls and of course the photos radars they're not for some reason they're not that aggressive now i hear they're getting more and more aggressive on collecting and they threatened to ruin your credit report and all of that but without an actual conviction those can be protested they really can kira what's going on with you hello kira keira i wonder if cure is still there kira i'm hoping oh shoot kira i'm sorry if it took longer than you thought i'm really trying to get through to you never mind goodbye so alabama's pro auto care let's talk about your special you have i like this one a pre purchase inspection because so many times out what do we do on car day we take complaints from people who bought a car and here's what they say they say two lines well he said he went through it completely or i made it clear that i was going to use this for you know for everyday use i made it clear and then the thing is a piece of junk and what would it take to find that out not much no gosh we would people would save so much grief just have the vehicle vehicles didn't get an opinion of somebody who's not so in the car i don't care it says certified or this no i know what you're buying in because a lot of people that sell of how do wanna see things they buy great car and they just wanted to buy a new car and got rid of greg hunt they took care of all i know he did no maintenance on right won't somebody looks i wanna do this inspection bumpertobumper breaks aired nation heating all the stuff that goes into the vehicle that could be a problem put together a written users negotiating tool the next thing i wanna.

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"greg hunt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"greg hunt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To show that we are closer to cuban ever the cuba and the cuban people have not been left alone nor are they alone to those who raise walls and closed doors we europeans what build bridges and open doors with cooperation and dialogue a court in spain is due to hear an appeal from the former deputy leader of catalonia julio trumpcare us he's been in jail for two months on charges related to the unilateral declaration of independence decision us wants to be released on bail so he can take up his seat in the catalan parliament of being reelected in last month's regional elections most of his coaccused have already been granted bail while news from the bbc thieves have outwitted sophisticated security at the doges palace in venice to steal jewelry from an exhibition highlighting five centuries of indian craftsmanship police say they managed to delay the alarm system before breaking into a display cabinet they took a broach and airings valued at least a million dollars and then disappeared into the crowd where the full cost as have issued warnings about the huge winter storm that's encroaching on much of the eastern united states where many regions are already experiencing record low temperatures they say the hazardous conditions under a frigid arctic air mass will persist throughout the week emergencies have been declared in several states including florida which has seen its first snowfall for almost thirty years you research across twenty five african countries has pinpointed the heightened risk patients on the continent face from undergoing surgery in less than ideal conditions the death rate was found to be more than twice the global figure but researchers said the most worrying revelation which is how few africans onto elective surgery bruce professor bruce because from the fruit of a hospital and university of cape town in south africa is one of the scientists behind the research what is her as impatience through their congregations russell nerd but these marvin our firm human resources to cable as though there must and then as monarch complications bronze to become law through nine those really ear it's a crash on our honda who resources they are all surgical care in africa australia has announced plans to allow the export of medicinal cannabis to cash in on the fast growing international market the health minister greg hunt said he wanted to give australian produces.

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