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Australian inquiry probes 40 years of gay hate killings
"And inquiry examining hate crimes against LGBTQ+ people in the Australian state of New South Wales has began its first hearing Led by justice John sacker the special commission of inquiry would investigate unsolved deaths in New South Wales between 1970 and 2010 that are suspected to be hate crimes targeting the LGBTQ+ community Peter gray senior counsel assisting the inquiry is urging the public to come forward the special commission welcomes and particularly positively requests Any information which anyone may have Which might assist in the task of unraveling what really happened in all these cases Great ads It may be the last chance for the truth to emerge from the unsolved deaths I'm Charles De Ledesma
"new south wales" Discussed on Security Now
"And you don't have to remember how it works, as long as you know, and can trust that it works. But you're doing an assembly. I don't even know how you can, I guess you could write in that style and assembly, people do. And actually, as often been observed, my assembly code looks like much more like high level language than most assembly code. Well, yes, I use macros, and also Microsoft's macro assembler has, if then else, loop while, I mean, it's got high level language control flow constructs. They have zero overhead that is the if is just a branch instruction, except that but it will, it will intelligently do the build an expression for doing compound testing in a single line. So I've seen other people's assembly is just like opcodes running down the left hand margin. That's a recipe for disaster, yeah. And you just look at it and it's like, what is this? I mean, it's ugly looking. Who could be proud of that. But some jocks think that it works, man. It works. Well, see, and that's exactly, I think sometimes older coders probably are better, not just from experience, but because they can't trust themselves to remember the complex spaghetti that they wrote. So they have to. They've learned not to, yeah, yeah. So anyway, I love that cartoon. Okay, so get a load of this. This piece was stiff competition for this week's main story. But as I said, it lost out to an explanation of what was discovered about the operation of duck duck goes privacy browser. So I decided to lead with this one as the runner up because, wow, it's just perfect for this podcast. A penetration testing and secure app development group, known as de vol dvl, recently took a close look at the somewhat new. It was released in 2019. So three years ago, New South Wales governments, digital driver's license,.
"new south wales" Discussed on The Holistic Health Podcast
"Hello, everyone. Welcome back to the holistic health podcast. We have a special impromptu somewhat emergency episode that we are bringing you today. Because at the time of recording this episode, we are about not that May days away from the end of the most severe floods or floods that have been happening in northern rivers of New South Wales. So last week when I recorded an episode by myself, I mentioned to you guys that Amy wasn't able to be with me because she had no power due to the floods. So Amy, hi, hello. How are you? And can you give us an update of what the heck happened for you? Oh my gosh, I'm so grateful to be alive and so thankful to be in the position that I'm in. At this time I still don't even really have the words to eloquently share just quite what's going on at the moment and quite what this regional area has just experienced all I can say really is for my own experience, which was certainly one of the lucky stories..
"new south wales" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"New birds at the end of this And a good morning and thank you Germany is rationing COVID-19 vaccine through the rest of the year amid a surprise shortage of jabs The country's new health minister Cole lauterbach says it has about 3 million doses of the BioNTech vaccine and 10 million Moderna vaccines He says Germany seeking to buy unused doses from Eastern European countries Now a senior official in the World Health Organization is warning the spread of armor's unprecedented doctor David nabarro says people need to listen I've been watching this pandemic and working on it since January 2020 And I have never been more concerned than I am tonight Not just about the UK but about the world He also said the situation was very serious for the UK Europe and the rest of the world Yesterday Britain recorded the highest ever daily COVID cases since the pandemic began Now as the amaron variant pushes those daily infections here in Britain to a record other parts of the wilder also seeing cases of the new strain Australia's biggest state has also recorded its highest COVID cases Bloomberg's Georgina Mackay has more New South Wales cases hit a fresh record high as the state learns to live with COVID Over 1740 cases were reported Thursday as the government loosens long running restrictions ahead of the summer holiday period According to the health minister Brad hazard cases could reach 25,000 a day by the end of January Still in a state of more than 8 million people only a 192 are hospitalized with COVID In Sydney I'm Georgina Mackay Bloomberg daybreak Europe Elsewhere New Zealand and Indonesia have reported they first on The Crown infection South Korea is also limiting gatherings amid a record search in cases there Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Leanne guerins This is Bloomberg Anna Leon thank you Now with your sports news here's Chris cave Arsenal boss Mikkel Arteta was delighted with stand in captain Alexander lacazette as they beat West Ham two nil to go forth in the Premier League He led the side in the absence of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang whose ill discipline has cost him the armband Arteta's hinted the French international could be the club's next full-time skipper Wolves are 8th after a one nil win at Brighton while Crystal Palace and Southampton drew two all Watford who were hit by a coronavirus outbreak had their trip to Burnley postponed Tonight Liverpool take on struggling Newcastle hoping to keep up the pressure on leaders Manchester City that plays Chelsea host Everton while Tottenham travel to Leicester Coming up on Bloomberg's day break era I'll be speaking.
"new south wales" Discussed on Tape Notes
"Throughout most of the song, but then there's moments where one will stop. And it was fun to kind of play around the program drums, at least for a moment. So in this kind of breakdown bit. Just little things like that that I love. I love just the, there's so much beautiful percussion on this album like amongst the kind of between the live drums and the drum machines, just these really little surprising kind of pieces of percussion, which I find so pleasing, especially in headphones when you kind of really, when you really get to hear them. There's lots of nice surprises. None of that fake shaker. And then the beautiful guitars. Mostly medieval. Was this acoustic and electric acoustic? Yeah, hard pan. And then kind of drier guitars. Oh yeah. And then these cool guitar hits which I think we did in UK in northern New South Wales, which we did in the demo and we kind of we flew a lot of things in from the demo for this one and there was this great weird sound that Courtney was making. This kind of belly sound you are making with yoga guitar that we then sampled and put in different parts.
"new south wales" Discussed on Fear And Greed
"It sounds just a touch Chinese to me. Michael, we complain about Huawei and things like that all the time. This isn't much different. Maybe it should have been the most remarkable story. Yeah, certainly should have been possibly even a new category of most controversial. What would have been the alternative for the government to buy it or just to, for Telstra to buy it on its commercial merits alone and fund it entirely itself? Well, I don't think it has commercial merits because if telser is only buying without much assistance from the government, the government is starting government probably doesn't necessarily want to fund or own a telecommunications network in the South Pacific. However, it could help it could provide aid in funding to help the network improve. Theoretically, China could come and buy the assets, so there's no sign that they actually had made a bid for them. But if that was the case, I suppose that's the reason the government has. But there's other ways to do it. And one of those is just 8 packages to help did you so get on its feet? Yeah, it really is a quite remarkable story. Okay, moving on, what has the COVID news been like this week? Well, it's pretty good really, though Thursday was a particularly sad day with 27 deaths announced 25 in Victoria and to in New South Wales. The daily case rates are running between 15 and 1900 in Victoria and New South Wales is most days just under 300. The vex right is now more than 75% nationally with the ACT New South Wales, leading the way, hospitalization rates allow all that's great. And I love the fact that Qantas has released rules for Monday's takeoff, people can travel overseas without getting permission as of Monday. Of course, you'll have to wear a mask the whole way. Can you imagine sitting on a flight from Darwin to London or Sydney to Los Angeles, wearing a mask the whole way? Oh, that would be uncomfortable in the extreme. Sure would. Hear that? That's the sound of someone trying to steal your crypto. Every day, thousands of hackers online are doing the same. That's why Oculus uses air gapped cold storage.
"new south wales" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And New South Wales has made the announcement that air travel will take a step back towards normal beginning the first of next month and back So I didn't know how I was going to react when this day came turns out I cried very emotional day but some very good news here Well I know how well you wanted to get back home So I'm sorry I put you in that position And when I was referring to is we're going to play some music when it finally happens for you Either celebration or happy day or something New South Wales has announced it will end hotel quarantine for travelers who've been vaccinated as of November 1st Bloomberg's Paul Allen says a critical step toward recovery Viewed as a critical step in terms of reopening at the states to the rest of the world that will mean that Australian stuck overseas will be able to come home much more easily and vaccinated Australians will be able to travel Yeah so again this effect of November 1st first step Japan is now prepared for the October 31st general election powerful lower house of parliament has been dissolved in a process that could determine how long prime minister fumo stays in office Any loss of LDP seats could have him removed from power French finance minister Bruno Lemay says the U.S. and EU are not on the same page when it comes to dealing with China This is clearly the key question for all of us United States want to oppose China Europe want to engage China So there is a difference of view We need to discuss about that because this is clearly a strategy question Says in fact it may be the most pressing question facing the globe today The U.S. FDA's approved Moderna booster shots for people over 65 years of age and those adults who have compromising medical conditions says it's looking now it shots for kids 5 to 11 Meanwhile president Joe Biden has says the workplace vaccination mandates have been working at getting people vaccinated but more needs to be done We're down to 66 million Still unacceptably high number of unvaccinated people from almost 100 million in July That's important It's important progress And Biden says a Labor Department is ready to step up Labor Department is going to soon be issued an emergency rule for companies with a hundred or more employees to implement vaccination requirements and their among their workforce Biden says that should have more people getting vaccinated and federal appeals court judge in New York is expressing skepticism by a bed of four city public school employees to halt the city's mandatory vaccination program The four are arguing that teachers are constitutionally protected class The judge said quote I'm having difficulty seeing why this is an irrational policy decision by the city In San Francisco I'm at Baxter This is Bloomberg All right Brian All right 38 minutes past the hour It is time for a global sports So let's bring it down Schwartzman So a couple of years ago the Jacksonville Jaguars just released Leonard fournette.
"new south wales" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"New South Wales in Australia has announced that it will end hotel quarantine for travelers who have been vaccinated and this will happen as of November 1st And Baxter has global news in the 9 60 newsroom in San Francisco and yeah thank you Brian Oh happy day huh This could be the beginning lifts what had been a major roadblock to travel in Australia Bloomberg's Paul Allen says it'll make travel through Sydney much easier The vaccination right here in New South Wales closing in on 80% of lagging and the rest of the country But hotel quarantine ending for vaccinated travelers in New South Wales on November The first quarantine at home will become the new norm Yeah Paul says critical step toward opening Australia to the rest of the world just getting a headline up on the Bloomberg terminal not earth shaking but expected to happen The President Biden U.S. has signed the short term debt cap increase to avert a U.S. default So this kicks it down to the first part of December FDA has given the green light for beginning Moderna booster shots It says boosters should be given to people over 65 years of age and for those between 18 and 64 who are at high risk of for medical or occupational reasons This similar to the one given several weeks ago to Pfizer meanwhile president Joe Biden says the next step is kids If authorized we are ready We are purchased enough vaccines for all children between the ages of 5 and 11 in the United States And he says they're still work to be done in the area of mandatory workplace vaccinations also he says major progress has definitely been made Every day we see more businesses implementing vaccination requirements And the mounting data shows that they work Biden says the U.S. is down to 60 million plus fought in vaccinated down from 100 million in July but says those of 60 still need to get vaccinated The U.S. and EU are not on the same page when it comes to dealing with China French finance minister Bruno lemaire tells Bloomberg radio and television is a big question globally He says the U.S. wants to oppose China the EU wants to engage So let's discuss about the best way of talking with China working with China We don't think that opposing China is right way of behaving but let's discuss about that key question Alamara says the global dilemma for the west Japan now prepared for the October 31st general election the powerful lower house of parliament has been dissolved A Bloomberg has access flight records in the U.S. that show out of practice airline pilots are making errors getting back in the cockpit Bloomberg's Angus whitley telling Bloomberg cherry on that most are minor but one pilot forgot to start his engine second engine It's a takeoff on the runway Another pilot forgot to put the landing gear down when he was coming into land and pulled out in the last moment And another case a pilot turned the wrong way coming out of the business Oh my goodness And all these all these incidents had one common factor in these pilots had come back from a lengthy leave Now to be really careful to tell you that all of those incidents ended well There was there were no problems but some problems pointed up by that research In San Francisco I'm at Baxter This is Bloomberg right Brian All right Thanks very much The time here 8 and a half minutes past the hour Our guest is raul shadra Our shadow who is CIO of Marie asset global investments Raul just looking at markets today it seems like there's a bit of a relief rally underway And maybe a little bit more opportunistic in nature One of the things we've been talking about is that investors have come to grips with more assertive central banks Do you agree Absolutely I think what happened was that we saw markets kind of pulled back on these fears of stagflation on the tapering which was kind of an eminent But took the underlying economic momentum is very strong And I think that's where as we saw over a strong result from U.S. banks market for moved up So we remain constructive on market share We have an interesting conundrum that we've posed on our am live blog today that inflation is up ten year yields it down please explain So basically why are we saying you know this thought about concerning the bond market when you're still seeing very very strong inflation So if you look at what's happening in the bond market fed speed buying close to 50 55% of the total issuances since December 19 And the other bonds are being won by bought by these money market funds So I think that's where as you see tapering kind of a play out you will see bond yields move up And also there is a school of thought which is that looker deflation is a bigger problem for the world from a two three year perspective So if the eels inch up higher there are a lot of institutions we had a happy playing going long duration because of the deflation concerns Well and you know if you're an investor and you think that these central banks will be successful if you think the fed is getting out in front that will tamp down inflation and thus things are better for the bond market So why not buy and that would drive eels down So absolutely so that is that is a section of investors are taking that look again It's an aging society It's poor demographics and that is society This will come and aggressively came down this inflation and then again we go back to the secular stagnation And that's where you go along with the duration So time only would tell which part of this thing is right whether you go short duration here long duration but it's going to be interesting 6 9 months from here And speaking of 6 to 9 months do we see that higher inflation ease once some of these big concerns we could particularly when you look at the supply chain start to ease somewhat Absolutely So I think there are two things which are happening what we've seen is consumer also as economies open move away from Spain's own durables to consumer services which is eating our travel et cetera so that kind of relieves the burden on demand for some of these consumer durables What we've seen is because of the breakout of COVID in Asia severe supply bottlenecks And the quarantines are being eased as vaccinations ramp up in this part of the world And that's where our view is that give it about three to four months The supply bottlenecks would be there but not everyone not everyone agrees Diane swank from grant Thornton says she doesn't expect inflation to slow until 2023 will continue with Al shada in a moment This is Bloomberg Peter with early paycheck you can get your direct deposit up to two days earlier That's another reason banking with Capital One is the easiest decision ever Even easier than deciding to open.
"new south wales" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"More than 100 days of lockdown the Australian state of New South Wales eases the covered restrictions today with more than 70% of the residents fully vaccinated The prime minister Scott Morrison now wants to accelerate the return to international travel to Sydney The New South Wales government is looking at ways to fast track high in quarantine in November And if that happens we will be able to move to facilitate the opening up of the international border into New South Wales sooner Now that would mean home quarantine for vaccinated Australians wishing to return home via Sydney and giving the option for international travel for vaccinated Australians to leave and to return We can't be complacent We still have to take one step at a time safely and ensure we always put that safety golf first as we reopen our country Let's get to Sydney bureau chief ainsley Chandler there is joining us nice So is there a sense of relief on the streets full How does it feel in Sydney today Well the street certainly on full unfortunately for our escape from lockdown as it were We've got a nice rainy day here in Sydney so the city isn't as busy as you would have thought But there's certainly some optimism and people were choosing to celebrate their newfound freedom in a variety of ways There's long lines outside barbers around the city People were waiting to get into department stores at midnight They went to the pub at midnight There's lots of people out lunching today So yeah the people are definitely enjoying themselves Though there's still there's still a lot of concern about the spread of the virus We're still seeing around 500 cases a day in New South Wales so it's still a concern for many people In terms of the road ahead when are people in New South Wales going to be able to travel interstate which is of course hugely contentious and overseas Yes well the road map to traveling overseas is actually a lot clearer than it is for interstate travel So as you saw Scott Morrison is suggesting that as early as next month people who live in New South Wales could travel overseas In terms of traveling into state it really depends which state you want to go to I mean there's some optimism that people might be reunited with their family in Melbourne and Victoria sort of before Christmas for other states like Western Australia and Queensland where they've had relatively few COVID cases and are sticking to a COVID zero policy We're looking well into next year before we can hope to travel there Easily thank you for updating us on that front That's an ainsley Chandler or Sidney if you're a chief Well it's a bit of a preview of what's coming up on the program We have a speaking to the CEO of the UAE based Crescent petroleum one of the heavyweight players in this particular industry about their plans for carbon neutrality This is Bloomberg.
"new south wales" Discussed on Fear And Greed
"To fear and greed business. Podcast that set you up for a successful day. I'm michael thompson in good morning shawn alma. Good morning michael tumbling equity markets and what happens. Next is our main story this morning. Plus we look at who the most powerful business lay desire in the country. The cove numbers in new south wales full and cape rausing in victoria and has prices just cape running then style. Listening for shawn's chat to michelle..
"new south wales" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Restrictions in New South Wales. Yeah, That's right, Paul. And I want you to stay with me here. Expected date October 18th. I think that's correct. You know, Paul is covering the story from Bloomberg Radio and TV. How do we expect us to work? October 18 is the day as you say that relaxations will start to get relaxed in New South Wales, and this is the most populated state in Australia. And accounts for about a third of the country's GDP. So it's significant. Some of the media here is calling it Freedom Day might be a bit of a stretch. This is how it works. Once we hit the 70% fully vaccinated milestone, people will be allowed to return to pubs and restaurants and cafes, hairdressers and gyms, But they won't be fully reopening. There'll still be some Restrictions in place capacity limits and that sort of thing and most critically, if your unvaccinated these opportunities will not be available to you, I was going to say the Freedom Day applies to basically getting vaccination to 80%. Is that right? Yeah, that's right. But even once restrictions hit 80% the unvaccinated but will struggle to participate in the reopening. But there's been some suggestion that they would need to pay for their own tests. These would need to take place daily. You can see the state government really heavily pressuring this line that people must get vaccinated. And the unvaccinated are going to have a difficult time functioning in the state. Yeah, Okay. Thank you. Paul, Now a couple of media reports coming out of Japan Nikkei First Japan to shorten the quarantine for vaccinated travelers and then another one today a niche K R. N H k. I should say that the Japanese government has told the ruling coalition That it is planning to extend the state of emergency in Tokyo, Osaka and 17 other prefectures until September. 30th New York City is now saying that 65% of eligible students have received at least one dose of vaccine. September 13th is the first day of school and Ireland is set to offer M R and a boosters to people over 65 nursing homes. And to anyone over the age of 80 in San Francisco. I'm at Baxter, This is bloomer. Right, Douglas? Alright. Thank you, Ed. Let's get to Dan Schwarzman for look at global sports. Dannel,.
"new south wales" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Lavage available in Nevada dot com. Hot legs. There's this woman. Her name is Gladys. There are deeply in. She is the current premier of New South Wales in Australia as she's also leader of the New South Wales Liberal Party. And before being the premier er of this particular State guess in Australia. She had other positions as well. All right, but she is now the premiers. He is the leading government voice in New South Wales. And I'll show you To show you the direction in which people like Anthony thought you would have us come. You can take a look at countries like Australia in places like New South Wales. Now it's interesting because we do speak the same language. About the accents. Can be a challenge, and sometimes the words used Can be different for the same thing. For example, in Great Britain. Fanny. It doesn't mean Mm. What We think it means It means Not the back, but the front, So I'm it's words have different meanings. That given here she is. What she's saying. When it comes to the vaccine. This don't you all worry. Because when we open up New South Wales again Only people who are fully vaccinated. Will be allowed. To talk with people who are fully vaccinated. If you are not fully vaccinated, you will be excluded. From virtually everything that happens in New South Wales. When we do open up at 70% double dose, anyone who interacts with each other will be completely vaccinated. That massively reduces the chance of anybody requiring hospitalization. Yeah. What do you do? Open up 70%. Um then anybody who talks with anybody is vaccinated. Will be fully vaccinated themselves. So In other words, if you have not been vaccinated there You will not be allowed to talk with people who are fully vaccinated because you will be somehow polluting. The stream in which everybody in New South Wales is swimming. You won't be allowed to do them. That's the direction in which the autocrats who rules now want us to go to have a central government strong enough powerful enough. So that it can determine for us. Things like this. You know, we have Mhm. Vaccination rates now in this country of well over 80%. That takes us willing to herd immunity. Senior citizens in this state. I think it's like 95 96%. Okay? And I don't know about the final four or 5%. Maybe they don't choose to have a meeting with their religious reasons. You know, maybe they think the needle is actually an alien probe. I have no idea. No idea at all. It's their business, not mine. Would not hesitate to talk with any of them. This is another concern to me. But New South Wales it is a big concern to the government of New South Wales. So they're making sure that when they open up again to 70% That only people who have been vaccinated will be allowed to be talking with people who are vaccinated. Don't know if they're going to have to wear a special badge. Or like a vest that says, you know, like like like like Walmart greeters vest. Little blue vest and says You can talk to me. I mean, that's a possibility. At the same time that people were not vaccinated should wear a different kind of vest, indicating they're unclean. That's exactly what's happening in New South Wales. People have been mocking me for saying this stuff for a couple of weeks, but this is the direction in which we are going. We have accepted That the autocrats the managers who rule us have the authority to do with this to help with the Constitution who needs a constitution? We need to be concerned about the constitution at all. There's no reason for that. All you have to do is just tell people what to do. And again. This is not purely a Joe Biden problem. This has been happening to a greater and greater extents is at least the mid 19 seventies. At least the mid 19 seventies. As presidents took on more and more authority onto themselves. I'm not sure if it started with Nixon probably did. I think it started with Nixon. And of course, you know, maybe it started with Johnson before that. But somewhere in there also, we began to transform. Into this country. Where the central government is powerful enough to tell us You know what time we need to shower every day. No surprise. You're not government inspectors checking to make sure that you actually wash behind your ears. There should be, shouldn't there This is a health issue for area. What isn't it? I mean, if you feel to wash behind your ears, chances are you're missing other health risks You are running as well, Not just a dirty ear thing. You can be passing along disease from your filthy ears to anyone around you. He was sitting next to somebody on the bus and your dirty ear germs would jump over and hurt them. This is not a joke. This is serious stuff. We need government specters to make sure that only people with clean ears. Can go on public transit. Only.
"new south wales" Discussed on The Signal
"Measurements were. I would be comfortable with going in. Kim price is distinguished professor of atmospheric chemistry at the university of california san diego. Well there's been intense to-ing and fro-ing about vaccination targets for some weeks now a debate about what might or might not be possible when seventy percent or eighty percent of australia's adult population is fully vaccinated. And while we have seen record cases this week the prime minister says we also need to focus on the vaccination rights and find a way to leave with the virus. Target is a new different world and we need to get out there and limited. We can't stay in the khyber and we can get out of it safely. That's what the plan does while all states and territories have agreed to the plan to open a straight era up. They have definitely been a few wobbles this week. As the new south wales outbreak grows. There is an australia. Outside of newsouth was just goes to the new south. Wales government has might miss. It doesn't mean the rest of us should suffer. That modeling and research was actually premised on the basis that they will be around thirty cases. There's not very cases. At the moment there's thousands of cases the agreed roadmap is of course underpinned by the dougherty institutes modeling but there are plenty of different interpretations of exactly what the covert exit plan. Looks like professor allen soul who's vaccine mathematical epidemiologist at the bonetti institute says many have got it wrong. I suspect a lot of the people who are making decisions. Probably don't understand the doughty model at well. I mean everybody's quoting it But it's a really difficult document to go through. It's very complicated. I take my hat off to the body table. It's a remarkably comprehensive document huge amount of information but it needs some quite capable forward so what is in the fine print of the dougherty model and how well our politicians interpreting it or lip. Stein is an abc journalist and presenter on melbourne local radio. he's been taking a cane interest in both of those questions. I think the goals did change. I mean i think people in new south wales and victoria now realized. This is the whole i think. Most of us in the two biggest sites population not to be under significant restrictions for quite some time so the prime minister and others have really banks like seeing on that doherty modeling and they took about being the light at the end of the tunnel. I do think there's a whole lot of people saying saying the same thing but meaning very different things in the prime minister. Says you know you gotta get out of the cave and administer minister alain touches. Sighing saving eighty percent of his stubble dust. The whole society opens up that. He's not really what everyone means. And that is not really what the plan says. But i think it is. It's a big moment in the history of the pandemic because everyone's going okay. What is christmas like. How do we get this horrible too horrible future. What options we have before us. Can you distill with journalists brevity. What does the doughy modeling tell us. It's not simply eighty percent vaccinated and we're all out for freedom days it what. What are some of the caveats on them. If you can boil down entertains frenzied discussion between praemium in prime ministers and hundreds of thousands of words on radio and tv. I try to boil it. All down to vary are kinda and mundane woods. They are buried on titan thirty six and pipes that he's saving of more than sixty pages from the dougherty institute so they've tried to say or try to work out a once. We do have foreign five adults vaccinated. What our options and it comes down to the to woods berry in the report because our options very much depend on two very different words paschel and optimal and the difference between paschel contact tracing as an impact good contact tracing and optimal contact. Tracing is actually a massive difference. It's anywhere from lockdowns. Five percent of the time had lockdowns through to lockdowns half of the time. So you going anywhere. From five percent to fifty percent of in the future and the lockdown and contact tracing. You're talking about contact tracing. We've been having a national discussion about percentages of vaccinations and kids. And so forth contact tracing wise that so pivotal contact tracing us pivotal. Because the dowdy china to model i forget to seventy or eighty percent. What else do we need beyond the vaccinations to really psyche lockdowns. That almost certainly behind us. And i looked at paschel and optimal contact tracing the muddling they used to try and assess whether or not we're paschel or optimal is all based on last year. Now i didn't think we're really not optimal contact tracing right now new south wales contract someway like foreign five all these cases every day. Victoria can't track one in five of these cases every day. So it's certainly not optimal but if you go into what they tried to model so what metrics with using what past experience where they used to try and work out what's good contact tracing and what's not so good contact tracing. It's only south wows. I assumed new south wales in twenty twenty was the best you can get and victoria at take. Second wife last year was what i struggling system looks like that that he's all pre delta said none of that fact is how fast delta moves those assumptions just to underline this point. The assumptions are critical. Anti these sanctions are critical. All models a bad bottles useful and it was really which is fine and does not criticism They are a shining light. They have done much better than most of the institutions. We used to look like the for disease control in the united states but the model is limited and it was really interesting to hear. People like scott morrison than gladys bear and saying. Oh by the way cases List relevant the case less relevant on the die she breaks national recco remoulded nine hundred cases. She was saying that the prime minister the sign. What's dan andrew saying he's saying. Oh hang on actually saved these on tuesday. What does the modeling siobhaun. I contact tracing. What does it say about the assumptions that we used and he actually asked the question. Rhetorically dow's national cabinet need to have a look at the d. modeling again not to change the plan but to double check that everyone is happy with the assumptions that we used in that modeling. Everything's up for grabs. That don't have to listen to the model but at the moment the model doesn't present the rises naria. Some people say it presents. Yeah and look. This is a difficult thing. Isn't it in the political conversation just to go with that point about what dana andrews raised because it seems to me that when any state leader raises a question. It's open.
Australia: New South Wales Enters Lockdown as Premier Warns 'This Is Literally a War'
"Australia's most densely populated state has reported a new all time high of coronavirus cases reaching four hundred and sixty six cases in one day New South Wales state primary Gladys Berejiklian says the jumping cases is the largest so far in the state we are on on I. paw roles being extremely concerned about the situation that we're in New South Wales state premier also said fines for breaking pandemic fools such as breaching quarantine orders had been increased from seven hundred thirty seven US dollars to three thousand six hundred and eighty five U. S. dot is the second did however say there was light at the end of the current virus tunnels south wiles has pretty much reached fifty percent of those choices vaccinated we note that the lockdown coupled with a strong targeted vaccination program is what is going to get us out of the stock situation I'm Karen Thomas
Lessons From Australia: What Happens When You Give up Gun Rights
"I talk about what's going on in our stralia. Another english speaking country with the magna carta with the same heritage of individual rights the same cultures. We had founded not that long after we founded well at according to summit news. There's a proposal that is strongly favored. Which would do find stuff. Sorry beatles fines of up to eleven thousand dollars for posting information online. When you criticize the lockdown if you organized a protest against the lockdown in new south wales twenty thousand dollar fine wait a minute. Wait a minute. We're not talking about china. We're talking about australia. When i visited australia of maybe five or six seven years ago. I can't remember. But i just thought this is as close to america as a country that i've seen it just seemed to be kind of wonderful and free and sorta healthy in that way. I'm a little bit shocked john. Australia has taken this direction. This is really because all right. But i wanna finish if you attend the protests. Five thousand dollar fine if you share information on social media about these illegal protests eleven thousand dollar fines now. Why has australia taken this. I think it took this turn back in nineteen ninety six when after mass shooting incident. Australians guns were all taken away is why we have one in nine hundred ninety six. There was a mass shooting that resulted in thirty deaths. It was horrendous but in a hysterical panic the australians let themselves be completely disarmed. it's virtually impossible. You live out me. Outback and hunt kangaroos to have a weapon for self defense in australia. Any country with the citizens give up their guns eventually. This kind of thing is going to happen. Governments expand until they hit resistance. The power of the state keeps growing until something pushes back against it. That's why the american founders. If you read the debates over the ratification of the bill of rights the only question about the second amendment was our gun rights so obvious that it's insulting to even write them down. Thank god they wrote them down but one founder after another with no dissenters said an armed. Citizenry is the last backstop against
"new south wales" Discussed on The Signal
"In the community because the risk is it just the and so do you think. We've got the settings right in new south wales at the moment when it comes to schools or do we need revisit. That question look at at the present time we have too much community transmission to to be opening schools. At and i think that we have the settings corrected this time. It is heartening though to to hear that. I was going to be in those most affected areas vaccination of teachers and you twelve students undertaken and to allow them to get back to to working face to face in the classroom. So it's all about the whole community working together to suppress the virus.
"new south wales" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"It'd be nice if they defined term probably somebody in a trade. I'm assuming yeah it goes enter. a house. stronger would be a trade or a carpenter trade fishing stuff. Yes exactly. so you're twelve. Students will return to face to face. Learning on august sixteenth but under strict protocols advisor vaccination program will be launched for year twelve students in the eight. Lga's of concern with those being redirected from regional new south wales. We don't want students going face to face learning getting the virus and taking it home to their families. The ns w governor new south wales government is also working to introduce rapid antigen testing for year. Twelve students to mid mitigate against now is that the test. I don't know it sounds like all other students will continue remote learning for the next four weeks. Miss gladys foreshadowed further financial support for new south wales residents and businesses. The government will expand its job sabre program which provides weekly payments for businesses suffering a down. Turn up thirty percent or more. I imagine a lot of them. Were close to one hundred percent down. Yeah for sure. The threshold for eligible eligible businesses will lift from fifty million dollars to two hundred and fifty million dollars. They will double double the number of eligible businesses to four hundred sixty thousand dollars. The maximum weekly payment to a business will increase from ten thousand dollars to one hundred thousand dollars. So how does it use the australian dollar as it's reserved currency because you south wells. It's about to inflate the crap out how we're coming up here about this because there's a special singles bubble included in this nonsense and we're going to talk about it. It's free talk live. Brute force intransigent defiance adamantine will these are the hallmarks of the tank. These gigantic machines have the firepower of an army but they also have their own sense of honor and duty when the world breakers arrive battle. we'll be joined planets shake and war and peace will never be the same again. World breakers is stories from david. Weber larry korea and more.
Thousands Protest Lockdown in Sydney Amid COVID-19 Surge
"Reported. 176 new locally acquired Covid cases today at third consecutive daily record with nearly all cases in the state of New South Wales. There were protests against a month long coronavirus lockdown in three cities. The BBC's Phil Mercer reports on demonstrators who clashed with police in Australia's largest city. Of Sydney. Wait, What freedom wait, What Greater freedom was the cry As thousands of anti lockdown demonstrators marched through Sydney. Some brought their Children and few were wearing masks. There were scuffles with the police and roads were blocked. Health officials sent large protests in three Australian cities would put lives at risk. The police said the consequences could be disastrous. Sydney has been in lockdown for a month. Yet it's covid 19 outbreak appears to be getting much worse.
Thousands protest lockdown in Sydney, several arrested
"Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets in Sydney and around Australia to protest outside restrictions amid another searching cases young must protest system today they marched carrying signs pointing to freedom in the trees police made several arrests of to cross breaks through barriers and three plastic to some plans the protest comes as Kevin nineteen case numbers in the state televising rapidly with over a hundred and fifty new infections in twenty four hours the health minister of New South Wales state route has it says they looked on as necessary what it's telling us is we have a continuing and growing problem great to Sydney has been locked down for the past four weeks with residents any able to leave home with a reasonable excuse New South Wales police said it recognised and supported the rights of free speech and peaceful assembly but the protest was a breach of public health food is I'm Karen Thomas
Thousands Protest Lockdown in Sydney, Several Arrested
"There were clashes today between police and protesters in sydney australia. Thousands defied stay at home order and march to the city's downtown protesting against lockdown measures even as corona virus cases rise in sydney new south wales as a whole they're also protests today and melbourne adelaide. And brisbane
Thousands Protest Lockdown in Sydney Amid COVID-19 Surge
"People have been arrested in Sydney as thousands of anti lockdown protesters breached Covid 19 restrictions in the center of Australia's biggest city. Demonstrations have also taken place in Melbourne and Brisbane. 14 million Australians are under strict stay at home orders as the authorities struggle to contain a surge in Delta variant. In fact, Our correspondent in Sydney, Phil Mercer told me more about the protests. The New South Wales police minister is a man called David Elliott. And he says that there were 3.5 1000 very selfish. Boof heads on the streets of Sydney today, buff head is an Australian colloquialism. Meaning idiots, and I'm sure that there will be many millions of Australians in lockdown who will agree with those sentiments? Clearly, there is frustration in the community. There is anger. There is uncertainty. There is on fear as well concerned about the slow rates of vaccinations in this country, but most Australians are pretty compliance. Trying to do the right things. So the authorities very concerns about these events in Sydney today and in Melbourne and Brisbane Health officials saying that these large protests in those three Australian cities will put lives at risk.
Australia's Largest City Enters Hard Two-Week Covid-19 Lockdown
"A two week coronavirus lockdown has come into force across the Australian city of Sydney and surrounding areas following a rise in cases of the more infectious delta variant. The premier of New South Wales described it as the scariest time of the pandemic for the state. Australia has vaccinated relatively small percentage of its
Mouse Plague in Australia
"Aced in australia is currently in the groups of a mouse play. Although my sleeve ever way people do. I mean they are coded house mice. Normally they go undetected right now. Though highly favorable conditions have caused mice populations to explode in the states of queensland and new south wales a year of abundant rainfall after years of drought have led to bumper crops. This provides a lot of food from ice allowing them to not only thrive but also to reproduce at an astonishing rate shellback menace and. I spoke with the irs. Missed the my sky. Steve henry to find out. The latest of outbreaks of this kind of magnitude tend to happen at the end of a of dry years so mice are present all the time and i can survive at really large numbers shrewd ron's of really excessively drive is and then when conditions become five. Rable as this seems to be a really high level of survival of juveniles and nothing regulating the braiding of really good climatic conditions lots of food in the system high levels of juveniles late the numbers increasing really dramatically.
"new south wales" Discussed on Today in Focus
"Just throughout the state who has seeing things that are really worrying them. So i spoke to one fisherman named erin. He goes out on the macquarie river to fish. Murray cod cobaine overseas eight newmar as they swim across the river and like where they've been saying the marks get taken off the top of the water and he saying that ninety percent of the feces pulling up have multiple decomposing bodies in the stomach. Orca definitely say big. Impact in fishy. 'cause at the moment like the martha nearly the all dod amendment they had just gorging themselves and then once i have having in the stomach when we woke him on. Lewis officials. Reaction is to regurgitate anything in their stomach to try and get to the lurid they man nicer thomas read to us three. But yeah i've seen up to ten more coming into seventy centimeter an id's anyway And like i working at fishing show here at store. He and I've heard of customers coming in signed. They've had blood thirty blocks. Come into our biggest fish over made along up until the moment that this other poison gets involved fisher having a great time out of this some pictures of some very healthy looking very fat card nowadays going around. How do we all fail about eight. Hundred mice fed cords. Take feel good about that. Nor i don't think it's necessarily on anyone's wishlist. Aaron told me although he hasn't been brave enough to even he's spoken to a couple of pretty tough men who've gotten all the way to gutting the fish and then just being unable to follow through with that cute that to the point. I got him and say them off. And it's not the prettiest on the show. I get it safely. Say that all of this podcast is the most disgusting get of raw egg. Mice it a.
"new south wales" Discussed on Today in Focus
"It's definitely a cycle that the landscape does garbage through. I think the fact that that's really different now for this month's plague is that erin has smartphones. So we're all getting to sort of experienced horror first-hand. There's all these videos floating around the internet at the moment of mice literally raining from the sky because i got caught up in a in all that was sort of throwing out grain and things like that so i think the just the scale of it has really hit harm. Maybe not so much because it's the worst plague we've ever seen but it's like definitely the plague we've seen the most of these mice are completely destroying people's homes. Louise is but or about businesses in new south wales. It's a big agricultural area isn't it. Yes some have been doing it. Really tough in this situation so i spoke to one man. His name was ben. Stora kooky okay vote. Wasn't that should be recording now. Sorry that took a little longer than i thought he's from a town called get which is sort of three hundred kilometers north of an already fairly regional city. Go double so. He's really sort of out there. So he put in about eight hundred acres of this crop called sorghum. And he says that he hasn't even bothered to put harvest in that field. The mice just came through an absolutely what it out cost us about fifty four dollars just for their. I take them prosper. Laws approaches of double digits. That guys damn drying it'd be hundred thousand pasta or losses and probably hundred the doors where the high goan and he said that the mice have probably caused about two hundred thousand dollars worth of damage to crops which translates to about one hundred and ten thousand pound your losses your side have logged you have whatever else is just a part of it. I mentioned before that sort of this area has been going through. Pretty significant drought as well so a lot of farmers had spent a lot of money stockpiling. Hey having that high stored away really as an insurance policy. If another drought came along and these mice have just ripped through that sort of any safety net that these farmers were able to build up for themselves have kind of been wiped out once again are getting catches. Like getting the cobb while you're sitting in there running around in the rose above your head in part in the cause backdoor thing pretty odd guests while you driving around in your car in the minds are mccone walk. Every morning you get up you gotta go four hundred dead more pool and have the filters and.
Most Australian Frogs Intolerant of Human Modified Habitats
"How many different species of frog did you studied. Get your results. I studied a title of eighty-seven spacey's she's almost a third of australia's total number folk. Spacey's we've got about two hundred and four here. Yeah just over two hundred forty. And where did you go round new south wales or where else it was actually. Oh based off citizen science data so data from all across australia we had one hundred and twenty six thousand reports of folks from over thirteen. Thousand participants incredible. Did you ask these citizen scientists. Well that's actually pretty simple. Today was get out there. Get out the frog day app. Press record whenever they had a frog calling and then that's it they just send it off to the australian museum. One of us here listens to it and identifies all the folks that are in that recording. And then they send it to an jones to broadcast it. Yes sometimes they do. Yeah so north. Track to tell how much humans affect frogs and sometimes unfortunately interfering with their ecosystems handed you get that sort of information out so it's all about compiling all that information that we had and then looking at a species of frog and asking. Where does this for lack to live relative to all the environment that's available to it so if it spending a lot of time near the city's and it actually it's range covers all the way from cds to farms farce. Then we can say that. It's actually quite tolerant. But if it's range say is in the city but it only really lives in pockets of forest in the city. We can say that it's quite intolerant. And how many of them are threatened with possibly extinction well we found that almost seventy percent and potentially even more were intolerant of human modified environments so quite large percentage of our folks
Plague of Ravenous, Destructive Mice Tormenting Australians
"Farmers on bonus tracks of land in Australia's New South Wales being threatened by a mouse plague that to the state government describes as absolutely unprecedented on the toppled in large numbers of my scatter just how many millions of residents have infested the agricultural planes across the state is guess work at night the fools of sheds vanished between carpets a scampering mice seating this come alive with the sound of scratching one family has blamed mice chewing electrical wires for the house burning down agricultural minister Adam Marshall said this month the state is facing an absolute economic and social crisis however most plagues historically appear from nowhere on often vanish just as fast I'm Charles collect as much
18 Seconds Into Hell
"Friday. The twenty eighth of may water week. Teagan yeah absolutely. I mean how how hots are got two people in melbourne and victoria. Going to look down again. It's nothing Nothing nice about that. And of course. We know her that the these outbreak and the subsequent lockdown with seated out of high to- corentin in south australia. Yes so that's the that's the story here is a state gets shut down because of a leak in hotel quarantine in south australia. New south wales was lucky. A few weeks ago with the man who became positive clearly got mortar corny. But they still don't know how and they could have had a bad spread there. They were just lucky that they didn't get bad spread. It wasn't it wasn't contact tracing. That saved us there in use. Is we always say damon. New south wales was simply. That obviously didn't have a spreader here and has been a spreader in victoria so in hotel quarantine. That's what we need to focus on right so let's just talk about. We have a little bit more information more detail about what happened in south australia. And it's not pointing the finger at south australia's a state where this happened. And we've got a situation where we had people in adjacent rooms at the end of a corridor and a medi hotel and they think the transmission might have happened in a window as short as eighteen seconds between doors opening and closing. Yes there was a a man who was becoming positive but they didn't know that it probably should have known that because the person who was sharing a room with them previously did become positive. So there's always at high risk of being positive open. The door eighteen seconds to get a meal was unclear whether he was wearing a mask or not and in eighteen seconds later the door to the other man who is the man who went to melbourne. His door opened his meal and that presumably was enough to transmit the virus.
Melbourne's Outbreak and the Coming Winds of Winter
"Yesterday we heard those words that we've will come to dread that they were new positive cases these time in melbourne We originally heard it was just too over the course of yesterday that grew to four. What do we know cy. Fire about this cluster. Or we're talking about here are cases which are mystery. We don't know what the genomics tells us yet whether or not this is the indian variant though particularly the same one that the man came from surface with which i think was six one seven point one seven point two but not absolutely certain about that and has this been circulating in the days since in an chain. That's been missed by the contact tracers. Maybe maybe not. I think the health minister martin foley at the press conference indicated that they don't think that is the case at the moment but they're going to find out where this comes from and go back in time to see where in fact they caught it from so you as with all of these cases you go to find out where it spread to in the cluster which is which was really a household cluster. That we've got at the moment where those people have been and where you've got tier one and tier two sites to your one where you would a quarantine for fourteen days to your to. It just might have been a passing contacts and you get tested and isolate until you go further information. That's the dilemma. At the moment. And if it follows. The pattern of new south. Wales and victoria were recently. They're not going to go into lockdown just because the contact tracers are are at work. They will trust the contact tracers to do their job. What will spook them is. If in fact there are lots of mystery cases if in fact there's a chain of spread which they're not able to tie down and it's going to take them a while to find that out but if they're not finding any sign of a chain of spread and its isolated to this cluster and some contacts beyond that cluster. It's very unlikely. Retorted will go to a lockdown. They will trust their contact. Tracers to deal with it and get it under control
Fanny Durack: The First Female Olympian To Take Home Gold
"Francis durack better known as fanny was born on october. Twenty seventh eighteen eighty nine in sydney australia. She was the third daughter and sixth child in a big irish family. Her father thomas drac managed pub in town while her mother. Mary took care of fanny and her siblings. Fanny was not a natural swimmer. Her when she was nine years old fannies family went on vacation in the beachside town of coochie australia. While in the ocean. Fanny found herself fighting against the waves and struggling to get comfortable in the water instead of retreating and fear or discomfort vani made it her mission to teach yourself how to swim and she did that. Fannie trained in and mastered the breaststroke at the time that was the only style of swimming that had a championship for women when she was seventeen years old. She won her first state title as her abilities progressed. Fanny learned the trojan stroke and the australian crawl with these three styles. In her skill set she dominated the australian swimming seen her main. Competition was me no wiley. Nina beat fanny a few different events including the one hundred yard breaststroke at the australian swimming championships at rose. Bay as the nineteen twelve. Stockholm olympic games approached. There was discussion. About whether fanny and meena should attend the new south wales ladies amateur. Swimming association had a rule that forbade women to compete in arenas where men were present. The association believed it was immodest for a woman to be so scantily clad and the presence of men but fanny and meena's widespread success created enough public pressure. The association overturned the rule. Getting to the games was another hurdle. These were the first olympic games where women were allowed to compete in swimming.
How Worrying Is Sydney's Missing Link?
"I go away for two days and new south. Wales has had a coronavirus outbreak. What's going on every time you go away. Teagan something happens so you. South wales is going into partial restrictions. Nowhere near a lockdown and are continuing for another week beyond what we thought. Originally cases have emerged since the to the other day and of course the source of this. We don't really know what the source is of this outbreak. But it's from this one person who has contracted the and it doesn't seem to know where they got up from. There's no obvious links to hotel quarantine or return traveler. So how i mean. How worried should we be that. We haven't actually found the source of the outbreak where we know the sources the a man who came into the country with the b one six one. Seven point true variant. But what we don't know is how got from that man to the man in the current outbreak who then passed it to his partner. So that's the mystery is is where the transition occurred where the spread occurred. Clearly the man who came into corentin hotel quarantine match move so the the where elements of possible exposure outside that. But i think the the new south wales department of health is assuming that this was actually probably quite a brief contact somewhere along the line rather than something. know robin. Somebody over is obviously the people with the drivers. The nurses looking after them and so on and they've obviously turned up negative so it's some other glancing contacts that they haven't been able to detect the virus and spread it to this other person either directly or indirectly and what they're worried about of course is that it's secondary spread beyond that intermediate source.
Proposed Tariff a Disincentive for Household Renewable Energy
"Scheme has been mooted to make us pay to put our excess energy into the grid as sola peaks in household systems. And we have spare. Is this a good idea. He alison crook a former australian businesswoman of the year. I have talked on. Previous science shows about our social enterprise in other community energy. Australia's first community owned energy retailer and about a vision for self sustaining. Resilient communities in which power is generated stored and shade locally. No one is left behind in the shift to renewables. Jobs are created locally and money is kept circulating in communities in our is now almost five years old and we have much to celebrate. We now service. The whole of new south wales and have just moved into southeast queensland whereabout to install efforts community sized battery athas social impact solar garden for community groups and low income households is operating. And we'll be reporting soon. Unauthorised pilot micro agreed fifty percent. Our profits will go back to the communities of customers and already through the generosity of customers. We've been able to provide sizeable sums to groups such as the black guy liberation ladder and the bushfire relief if it's ablaze. Eight and red cross during covid. Nineteen in twenty twenty. Some of our wonderful customers even made the solar credits on bills available to pay for the energy of households that were struggling working with community groups around the country where on the way to proving that energy companies can operate at community level and be hugely beneficial while doing so. But today i'm here to talk about a recent draft ruling by the australian energy market commission. The emc on excess pricing and incentive arrangements for distributed energy resources or as the headline news has it attacks on solar. What's to be clear. The ruling declared that the export of energy from households and other small providers by distributors. That's the polls and was is a service and it permits the distributors to charge for this service in the same way that we're currently charged by distributors to bring energy to us. The ruling has been made because agreed was constructed for one way energy flows and it is gradually becoming incapable of supporting the two way energy flows involved in twenty-first-century energy system with its massive amounts of domestic and business solo and storage already twenty percent of customers in the national electricity market have rooftop solar and this conservatively expected to double or even triple by twenty forty and all would expect to be able to export any excess energy to the
"new south wales" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE
"Owns Ladell and Bayswater in New South Wales and Lawyering A in Victoria. Luliang A isn't due to close until 2048 Greenpeace says the company needs to quit cold before 2030 to help avoid the worst effects of climate change. A comma change think tank says recent promises from major nations to reduce emissions will if implemented slightly lower current projections for global warming. He is the BBC's Raja Harriman. Climate action Tracker is a respected think tank based in Germany, studying recent national promises they project a temperature rise of 2.4 Celsius by the end of the century. That's no 0.2 degrees less than their previous forecast. It's still far from the 1.5 Celsius mark overall that leaders have agreed to aim for, but it shows that for the first time the world is within touching distance over two Celsius rise. That's the previous week a target. Some researchers are beginning to believe that catastrophic climate change might be Averted if only governments can aim high and deliver the policies to support those ambitions. The French government has threatened to cut power to the island of Jersey in the post Brexit dispute over fishing rights. You're a correspondent Linton best reports. The largest of the Channel Islands. Jersey, is a British crown dependency, but its power is supplied via an underwater cable from France. The French Fisheries Ministry has complained that new technical rules introduced by Britain since it quit the European Union, are blocking French trawlers from operating in the English Channel. The Maritime minister. Sonic Jihad Down, told the French parliament. The new rules were unacceptable on that Paris was ready to use retaliatory measures, including cutting power supply to Jersey fishing rights were among the most difficult issues during Brexit negotiations. Lynton Bessa ABC NEWS London Police have released CCTV footage of a car they believed was involved in a fatal drive by shooting in Melbourne's Weston figuring Sally charisma reports. 33 year old economically to Vasa was standing outside the West would drive pool hole in Raven Hole with a group of friends around midnight on February 27th. When a you'd approach the group, a passenger called out to the group before producing a firearm and firing several shots, killing Mr to Vasa and seriously injuring a second man. Police are looking for information about the vehicle and its occupants. The car is described as a dark gray 2017 Toyota. Hi Lux. Jule cab use both of the occupants have been described as Pacific Islander in appearance. Anyone with information is urged to call Crime stoppers, and now it's sport. His jack snipe. Cricket. Australia says it won't be seeking An exemption for cricket is stuck in India to come home after the Indian Premier League was postponed indefinitely. Australian vice captain Pat Commons has been playing for the cold Cata night riders and it's told Fox Sports The federal government's travel ban has made the Australian participants anxious. Yes, it is a hard border shot. Obviously, no one has ever experienced that before. So yeah, I added a little bit of anxiety for for a few of the Aussies over here. In Australian rules Football. Former top draft pick and now Sydney Reserves player Patty McCarten has been suspended for five matches for an off the ball punch in the Via fell in men's tennis. Australian John Millman has basin world number 16 who bade her catch in the second round of the Madrid Open, 577663 Lexie Popper and Alex Demon, or also progressed and in the N B l. The Adelaide 36 is of bait in the cans, type hands 92 to 76 days after nominating for the American NBA draft, the 36 18 year old point guard Josh giddy, recorded 15 points and six assists and in the weather Ryan over a skips land today with possible heavy falls about the far raced scattered showers about the remaining eastern Rangers. Patchy morning frost.
The Rum Rebellion of 1808
"So the rum. Rebellion overthrew william. Bligh governor of new south wales in eighteen. O eight and they might sound familiar to you. It is the same william. Bligh who lost his ship. The hms bounty mutineers and seventeen eighty nine. He had been on a voyage to the south pacific to secure breadfruit plants. Which were supposed to provide a cheap food source for. Britain's enslaved workforce in the caribbean previous hosts katie and. Sarah did an episode on this in two thousand ten and we re released it as our most recent saturday classic. So we're not gonna go back over all of the details today but there are some aspects of it and of bligh's later naval career which are relevant to what happened in new south wales. The biggest was this. Mutiny had tarnished bligh's reputation in some circles people disparagingly called him things like bounty bligh. This wasn't entirely justified though. Mutinies were so common in the late. Eighteenth century that british captains who got back from long voyages without having had one were praised for it and at first buys reputation after the mute was really pretty positive. He had successfully gated thousands of miles of ocean in this little open boat saving the lives of nearly every man who had been loyal to him but then while he was out on his next voyage which was basically a. Do over of the one with to mutiny. Some of the mutineers were caught and faced a court martial the mutineers and their supporters particularly the family of ringleader. Ed christian circulated propaganda that depicted bligh as a tyrant the mutineers martial testimony was similarly damning and bligh was not there to defend himself.
Suddenly, the Brisbane outbreak looks a lot more worrying
"Here in brisbane. At least nome. I mean snap. Three-day looked down which actively contradicts the headline that we had on yesterday's podcast episode. Does how does it feel. It's really weird to be back where we were coming into east last year like they've even close schools. My kids are going to be at high over the next few days coming into look and honestly a very selfishly considering what the rest of the world is dealing with. I really kinda thought we would have had this leaked by now like it's been more than a year. We've got vaccines like when are we actually gonna say them getting to the stage where we don't need to have a lock down because we're we're well covered by vaccination. Here's some people are saying. Well there be a lockdown or should they have done it earlier and the public opinion swings around a lot on this. And let's just take the the arguments for and against so. Let's just take yesterday's discussion just to justify ourselves in our existence. there's a good contact tracing system. They seem to be on top of it although there was this long gap between the medical registered getting of the princess alexandra and these new cases emerging so that's a lot of potential there for this to spread the did seem to be getting onto the didn't seem to be many cases and then what happened. What happened yesterday and it's unclear. What would have happened by the time. You're listening to this podcast. Krona cast war has emerged but it was just looking a little bit wild yesterday. Where you've got people who moved into new south wales who'd gone up to gladstone. Not being quite sure haven't tied down what has happened in terms of context context moving forward and therefore the logical thing to do was in fact just to lock down for two three days to contact. Tracers can chop hard. Though that