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"south wales" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:03 min | 9 months ago

"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.

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"south wales" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:43 min | 9 months ago

"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.

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Australia: New South Wales Enters Lockdown as Premier Warns 'This Is Literally a War'

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 11 months ago

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

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Lessons From Australia: What Happens When You Give up Gun Rights

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:30 min | 11 months ago

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

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Thousands Protest Lockdown in Sydney Amid COVID-19 Surge

Planet Money

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

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.

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Thousands protest lockdown in Sydney, several arrested

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

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

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Thousands Protest Lockdown in Sydney, Several Arrested

NPR News Now

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

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

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Thousands Protest Lockdown in Sydney Amid COVID-19 Surge

The Newsroom

01:25 min | 1 year ago

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.

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New Zealand Suspends Quarantine-Free Travel

AFF on AIR Podcast

01:41 min | 1 year ago

New Zealand Suspends Quarantine-Free Travel

"I leave the new zealand. Government has unfortunately posed the trans-tasman bubble from midnight. Last night. judy concerns about rising nineteen case. Thomason australia the pause effects travel from all the states and territories to new zealand and will remain in effect for eight weeks new zealand citizens. Permanent resident and fees. The whole is currently in australia. As well as trillion citizens who have recently been in new zealand and left on or off to the six april this year as well as their family members will still be allowed to return to new zealand on quarantaine free flights until next friday the thirtieth of july but this excludes anyone who's been in new south wales in the past fourteen days. Who would soon need to enter two weeks of managed isolation and quarantine on arrival back in new zealand and at the moment anyone traveling from victoria to new zealand over the next week. We'll need to self isolate for three days and get a curve attest. After arriving back in new zealand off the thirtieth of july once. That's finish next. Friday qantas's jetstar will spend almost all of their trans-tasman services at least until the twenty fifth of september when the bubble is currently scheduled to resume any zealand will continue operating but only limited trans-tasman flights and to and from oakland with various parts of new south. Wales victoria and south australia old. Currently on lockdown olas trillion station. Terry trees have unfortunately also reimposed restrictions on interstate travel and this is unfortunately prompted rex to cancel. All of its boeing seven three seven passenger services starting from tuesday of this week until at least the of august. I just on the two weeks of this point.

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Australia's Largest City Enters Hard Two-Week Covid-19 Lockdown

BBC Newsday

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

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

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Travel to Australia During Covid-19: What You Need to Know

AFF on AIR Podcast

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Travel to Australia During Covid-19: What You Need to Know

"And sadly a fresh covid nineteen breaking see me has prompted other australian states and territories to impose new traveling instructions. Either on or in some cases on the whole state of new south wales western australia and south. Australia were quick to impose hod borders with the state of new south wales and his paused flights from new south wales to new zealand until at least the seventh of july. Anyone who's been in new south wales since that pause came into effect is not currently allowed to fly to new zealand including viral state state but new zealand has now lifted pause on flights from victoria and most other australian states have also lifted most restrictions on travel for melvin. There are still some exceptions. The voter rolls off changing constantly. Unfortunately so if you are planning to traveling to state or to new zealand in the near future beef showed a check with the local state government authority and you can also check on. Afc overview of australian state and new zealand border restrictions article which is being updated at regular intervals. And you'll find that linked in the episode nights. Virgin australia has joined qantas and anchoring number of other airlines and tourism businesses in promising prizes and other incentives to anyone who gets vaccinated against covid nineteen last month corners announced plans to offer generous prizes to immunize trillions which could include things like frequent flyer points status credits. Flight vouches qantas also hinted that it would give away ten generous mega prizes which could include free flights for a year and free hotel combination. Meanwhile tralee will run a national competition which the airline is calling vacs and wind. One lucky winner will receive a million velocity points. While other prizes include free business class flight so smaller quantities of velocity frequent flyer points. The competition will be open to all australians over the age of eighteen once all adults are eligible to receive a vaccine

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Mouse Plague in Australia

The Naked Scientists

01:17 min | 1 year ago

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.

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Australia’s Never-Ending Travel Ban

AFF on AIR Podcast

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Australia’s Never-Ending Travel Ban

"And firstly. The australian government has extended its overseas travel ban for yet another three months until now at least the seventeenth of september. Two thousand and twenty one and it's the fifty three month extension to the human by security emergency period restrictions under the biosecurity act in a row which places restrictions on international travel and cruises. But there has been some progress in restarting international travel. At least four. Some international students coming to new south wales. The new south wales government has announced a pilot program which could start in july and run in addition to the existing hotel quarantine program for returning australians and under this program an initial two hundred and fifty international students per fortnight will be allowed to arrive into sydney and quarantine indicated student accommodation for a fortnight last week. The guardian reported that the federal government is considering another pilot program which could allow vaccinated australians travel overseas and then face less strict quarantine requirements when they return if they coming from a country deemed to be a low risk of covid nineteen and this could start within six to eight weeks. According to the guardian although this report has not been verified by government and there's been no announcement yet so these kinds of reports do need to be taken with quite a large pinch of salt if ustralia deed remove. It's outbound travel ban for people who have been vaccinated. It would be just the third country in the world which bans citizens who are unvaccinated against covid nineteen from leaving but makes exemptions for people who are vaccinated with saudi arabia and kuwait. Being the other two countries with those roles although vaccines in saudi arabia and kuwait are now widely available and people who are ineligible. For vaccine in those countries such as children are exempt from the travel ban as it stands. Australia is one of just seven countries in the world with a blanket ban preventing all of its citizens from leaving the country without a specific travel. Exemption

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Most Australian Frogs Intolerant of Human Modified Habitats

The Science Show

01:46 min | 1 year ago

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

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Frequent Flyer Points & FBT  AIR061

AFF on AIR Podcast

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Frequent Flyer Points & FBT AIR061

"And sadly we've had yet another reminded this week that the pandemic is not over yet. With melvin backing lockdown for seven days as a result most is trillion states territories except new south wales as well as new zealand have re imposed border restrictions on travellers from melvin from victoria. Despite this domestic travel in australia overrule has recovered pretty well and infect over the past fortnight all of the majors trillion airlines have announced even more new domestic flight routes from august qantas will had direct flights from adelaide to townsville cans and hide as well as sydney and know when to townsville and gold coast quotas will also resume its own flights from sydney to larou- From march next year adding a second option of and jetstar in addition quotas will soon be flying more airbus dahlan during the peak upcoming dry-season qantas will fly three cities from sydney and brisbane dow up to twice a day. And once a day from melvin stone and that means that. If you're flying from darwin to sydney oh been on one of those overnight red eye flights for business class he might get a life flatbed qantas also upgraded one of its daily sydney to perth. Flights to a boeing seven. Eight seven from this week. The seven eight seven has forty to lie flat business class seats that a normally used on international long haul flights and the planes are also fitted with premium economy cabin now qantas point be selling the premium economy seats so instead they going to be available to select for free as long as they're still available by gold platinum and platinum one frequent flyers. So that's nice little upgrade if you flying on q. f. six four five from sydney to perth or q. F. six eight from perth to sydney this week also the launch of quotas embraer one ninety flights operated by alliance. Eight lines on the adelaide. Alice springs at darwin and adelaide routes and if member goes by the handle of fly doc was on the inaugural flight from adelaide alice springs and they described as perfectly adequate.

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Plague of Ravenous, Destructive Mice Tormenting Australians

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

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

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18 Seconds Into Hell

Coronacast

01:43 min | 1 year ago

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.

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Melbourne's Outbreak and the Coming Winds of Winter

Coronacast

02:02 min | 1 year ago

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

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"south wales" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"south wales" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Don't need thought. I use slash nightlife. If you'd like to listen back to previous episodes, all things you missed. Podcaster there as well. IBC Dotnet thought AU slash Nightlife coming up tonight. We might just pull off the highway, a bit of politics and all of that until later in the program. And in our first hour, I'm going to talk about the 30 years of the curry mail. The newspaper that's 100% Aboriginal land and controlled on Banjul in country. The fan north coast of New South Wales was found in 1991. By our carriage in the paper was created because of frustrations about how indigenous stories were being represented in the mainstream media. Well today with more than 100,000 readers, we look at the history of the paper. The big stories that have marked the last 30 years behind the scenes Look at how the paper has been run at a time when most papers are disappearing in their print form. That is How's the curry mail going? It's broken two big stories over the course of its life, so we'll talk about that. You might like to ask you a question or jump into on that conversation. The foreign correspondent section tonight We're going to go to the Middle East. Where else could you got a moment? The The situation in Israel and the Gaza is horrific. If there is not on all out war between Israel and Hamas of the moment, I don't know how else to describe it. We'll get the latest On the clashes and what it means for the region. True crime Rachelle Jackson's going to join us tonight and talk about The last man hanged Illustrated Ronald Ron, who was hanged in 1967. Still today, this controversy about whether or not he committed the crime he was hanged for and whether he should have been hanged anyway. And we'll talk about the shooting and killing of water. George Hudson during Ryan and accomplices escaped from Petritsch prison in Victoria in 1967. At a time when many Australians were divided over the issue of capital punishment. Ultimately, of course, there was that unending off. Off capital punishment that generally was anyway by the time Ronald Reagan was hanged. We'll talk about that back to big politics and our issue of the day. It's been budget wakened budget politics have dominated the week, of course, in the interests of balance will look at the labels. Budget replied tonight. What did you make Mr Albany Z's Budget reply and is is Mister Alben. Easy cutting throw in what's a difficult time for oppositions everywhere. What do you think did did libel make its case for being a viable alternative? So the government of the next election that's on after the mighty challenge when you have one chance at fame and glory and everlasting Well, the rise of your fame. What? Shine from your fridge door forever. If you're gonna have to question 25 in the body challenge, So all of that's coming up as well. Have you can join us for some ALOF that Love you to be part of the program Nightlife with Philip Plant on ABC radio. Well for the last three decades, The Cory Mail newspaper.

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Fanny Durack: The First Female Olympian To Take Home Gold

Encyclopedia Womannica

01:59 min | 1 year ago

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.

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How Worrying Is Sydney's Missing Link?

Coronacast

01:41 min | 1 year ago

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.

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"south wales" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"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.

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"south wales" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"south wales" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The country's two most popular states, New South Wales and Victoria have finally reopened. The first time since July after closing due to coronavirus Australia has done well compared with many countries with recorded deaths around 928,000 infections. In total. That's cost of our correspondent Sharma Hadeel, who has been at the airport in Melbourne charmer. We were hearing joyous scenes earlier. I mean, it did major development isn't it for people to be reunited and for these kind of internal routes to be open again? Good morning, Clary. Morning, Lawrence. I don't think I've ever heard cheering when that flight from Melbourne to Sidney was announced, but people were genuinely happy they were cheering. You were clapping because for the first time in more and a half months, people were able to get on a plane and reunite with their families. And, yes, there was no shortage of emotional stories and emotional people We heard from a grandmother who's had a grandchild a newborn grandchild four months ago, and she was going to see him for the first time. She told me that she didn't sleep last night. Just thinking about this moment we heard from a mom and her three kids. Reuniting with their dad again for more than four months. They haven't seen him telling us about what they were going to do playing basketball, playing cricket also asking for anything they want, because I think at this point, he'll he'll give it to them. There's a genuine excitement about that, because I think what it actually tells us is that Melbourne and Victoria in general has turned a very crucial corner. Remember when New South Wales closed its borders with Victoria more than 4.5 months ago? That was unprecedented. That happened. That never happened. And this was the first time it happened for 100 years, and it showed us How serious the situation was here. But now being in Melbourne, I must tell you, the city feels like it's getting its groove back. I was in, you know the iconic Chapel Street doing so much unnecessary shopping, but the shops were open. Bond. It just feels like things are coming back to normal. Not I wouldn't say you know, full capacity. Many businesses have told us that they feel like they're starting from scratch because the lockdown was so harsh, but they say at least we're on the right path, but it is going to take awhile. Sound old shopping isn't necessary. Right now. It's been quite a while. But I say to you on that social thing is a sign that Australia is returning to any kind of normality. We heard a politician on the program earlier saying, Well, this is a step in the right direction. But now we need to lift all internal restrictions. Any chance of that? Well, look, I think there's a great deal of nervousness about that, and I think a great deal of division as well. Everybody has this this thing in mind now the covert normal Christmas Aske. People call it here and every state at once to almost capitalize on its gains. Remember Melbourne during its outbreak was the only city or state if we're talking Victoria among the whole of the other states and in Australia that was doing so badly, and I think now everybody's really cautious. Nobody wants to see a cluster. Nobody wants to see an outbreak so close to Christmas time. We had a little bit of a scare in South Australia and immediately borders were closed and it was sealed off. Now it's It's kind of coming back a little bit, so I think they're two arguments. One is Do we capitalize on those gains an individual states or do we open up and send the message that Australia in general, having succeeded in controlling the virus can now open internally? Nobody's talking about international borders just yet. Which is another huge issue because, of course, Australia depends heavily on tourism and trade with its neighboring countries on indeed, the reason they were so tough on on people coming in and out of the country, which is obviously one of the reasons they've managed to keep death solo. Just 900 is such an impressive total mean a tragedy every single one of them, But will you Compare with you. Two other death rates across the world is that the main reason people are looking to you to say That's why they've managed to control the virus to the extent that they have in Australia by stopping people coming into the country. Absolutely absolutely. I think you know that off course each and each individual state have kind of gone by their own rules somewhere stricter than others. Queensland, for example, hasn't still opened its borders with New South Wales. That's a big issue here right now, But I think Australia is the hole that you know that restriction that came in as the pandemic began quite strict that nobody comes in and almost After it. Nobody goes out. I mean, as you know, Australians and residents have to apply for permits to leave the country and many don't get them s so this kind of sealing off of the borders in an island nation has helped quite a bit, But I think the questions that are coming out now is what we've done so well, that's great. Our numbers are small. That's also great. The real test here is will can we then? Maintain tourism, or can we bring tourism back? Can we bring trade back and maintain those kinds of numbers? That's going to be the real test for the health system here, but I think we're still a long way off. Simon. Thank you as ever show Mahalia reporting for us from Australia. She's in Melbourne. It's news BBC World Service We are going to get their sports cities. Now. Alistair Ross is here on Barcelona are down to one fit central defender. The club's confirmed Gerald PK is facing a lengthy spell on the sidelines with a ligament injury. He left the field in tears during Saturday's one nil defeat to Athletico Madrid bastard down in 12th place, just 11 points from their eight league games. Ask the manager Michaela tattooed, branded Nikola purpose actions unacceptable after the winger head butted an opponent in their goal. A stroll with Leeds Liverpool beat Leicester three nil in Sunday's late game but added now be catered to their growing injury list. Dolan says have been pouring in from around Africa following the death off the Ivory Coast Football Federation president August incident in Diyala, The 61 year old died on Saturday having contracted coronavirus. On having defeated both Rafa Nadal and no back Jackovich at the 80 P finals in London. Daniel Medvedev beat the U. S Open champion Dominic Team in three sets in Sunday's final. The Russian is the first player in the 50 year history off the tournament to beat the world's top three in the same week. What a player. He is fantastic stuff. He's finally got that win. Thank you, Al. For now, Alistair back in half an hour, with more sports news. This is news day from the BBC World Service 18 minutes past the hour. Now, let's talk about medical, medical progress..

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"south wales" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"south wales" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In New South Wales state she said she and some of her animals escape from a wild fire by a river boat the area we wish sheltering was on fire then we could save the property thirty from the front and we already knew what was around the back and the sides and if we didn't have that revolves I'm not even sure we've been yeah Australian officials say the wild fires have killed hundreds of millions of birds and other animals you're listening to NPR news from Washington Porter Rico remains under a state of emergency following a series of earthquakes over the past several days one person has been killed and several others have been injured buildings have collapsed and most of the island still does not have power back because of the power outages governor one of Moscow's warns that at least three hundred thousand Porter Rican customers do not have drinking water preliminary data show that U. S. greenhouse gas emissions fell in twenty nineteen thanks to a drop in the power sector Wyoming public radio is Cooper McCann reports emissions are down two point one percent several major coal producers filed for bankruptcy last year including two in Wyoming the largest coal producing states analysts Trevor Hauser says the drop in coal consumption was the biggest factor in reducing emissions by levels increased in other areas and it buildings transportation and industry we've yet to see the development low carbon technologies at sufficient scale to lead to large scale reduction in emissions Hauser co authored the report for rhodium group an independent research provider he says at this rate the US is not on pace to meet the goals set forth in several international climate agreements for NPR news I'm Cooper macam the National Weather Service has growing confidence a large winter storm will hit the east coast by Friday the services that may include tornadoes and hail from Texas through other parts of the south and flooding in the Ohio and Tennessee valleys some states that are farther north we'll get wintry precipitation I'm korva Coleman NPR news support for NPR comes from NPR stations.

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"south wales" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"south wales" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"In Australia the wild fires continue to ravage New South Wales with thousands of evacuations Michelle Franzen ABC news and now que to weather brought to you by standard TV and appliance we are off to another start on Sunday with more rain on the way that should be tapering back just a little bit in the afternoon hours mid forties for daytime highs another round of rain feeds off Monday turning to showers of for the early part of Tuesday and then more rain developing again Tuesday into Wednesday with key to storm tracker weather I merry lows and I heart radio station eleven ninety K. E. X. available everywhere with I heart radio now number one eleven ninety now use your guest does Richard Serret welcome back say hello on Twitter at Richard Serra S. why because I love U. R. E. double T. BB king and Van Morrison if you Love Me I'm gonna send that out to my lovely bride the mighty Aphrodite I was feeling a little under the weather these days she's battling a cold like a lot of you I'm sure the European union's patent office has issued a new ruling rejecting to patent application submitted on the behalf of artificial intelligence programs that's right a robot the two inventions were created as part of a multi disciplinary research project organized at the university of Surrey in the United Kingdom the researchers used an artificial intelligence called Jabba's or device for the autonomous bootstrapping of unified sentence Jabba's created two unique usable ideas that were submitted to patent that the patent office the first was a new kind of beverage a container and the second was a signal device to help search and rescue teams locate.

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"south wales" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"south wales" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Of New South Wales a lone frog bats and insects are excluded from his estimate making the toll on animals much greater the death toll from floods in Indonesia's capital Jakarta has risen to forty three as rescuers found more bodies amid receding floodwaters monsoon rains and rising rivers submerged at least one hundred and eighty two neighborhoods in greater Jakarta and caused landslides in the city's outskirts that buried a dozen people the national disaster mitigation agency spokesman says at least forty three people have drowned or been electrocuted since rivers broke their banks Wednesday after extreme torrential rains throughout new year's eve it was the worst flooding since twenty thirteen when fifty seven people were killed after two Carter was inundated by monsoon rains this is the Pacific evening news on KPFA Berkeley cake if que Los Angeles KFC Fresno with Glenn reader I Miley Nelson Derry for still to come on the news tonight Oakland based civil rights lawyer a Dante pointers says police violated his civil rights in a traffic stop two days after Christmas of twenty seventeen during which he feared for his life and public health officials with the new warning about the flu with the Congress.

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"south wales" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"south wales" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Fires Netanyahu asks for immunity I'm only Francis in Australia crew still working around the clock to knock down while fires that burned more than four hundred homes in two of the most popular states there John Laurence reports wild fires have scorched every state in Australia but New South Wales has seen the worst some firefighters who were on the south coast of New South Wales got caught in a situation that could have turned fatal deputy captain Jasper Croft when we were in the in in the thick of it well we thought that this could be a deputy captain Kaylee Barton says eventually the crew decided to abandon the fire truck and fully it had gotten to a point where it was too dangerous to remain in the vehicle I'm John Laurence reports Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is asking parliament to grant him immunity from corruption charges if the request is granted with the latest trial past elections in March where he hopes to win a majority that would shield him from prosecution a recent poll indicates a majority of Israelis opposed immunity for Netanyahu wave of anti semitic attacks as people standing in solidarity against hate more from correspondent rebellion after a wave of anti semitic attacks on the Jewish community in New York state New York governor Andrew Cuomo stopped in to spend time in an orthodox Jewish neighborhood in New York City in a show of solidarity is support the governor has directed state police to beef up their presence in Jewish neighborhoods after a violent attack on a Hanukkah celebration by a man armed with an eighteen inch machete who's now facing federal hate crime charges there have been at least fifteen anti semitic crimes reported in New York state since December first the most recent alleged incident new year's day the very same day tens of thousands gathered in stadiums for the Jewish celebration of see you my shops I read the report and live the man wanted in a Hanukkah stabbing on Saturday and town north of New York City says he may have permanent brain damage seventy one year old Joseph human may also be partially paralyzed the rest of his life a million Francis if you owe over ten thousand dollars in back taxes you need a new start our new.

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"south wales" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"south wales" Discussed on WCPT 820

"From New South Wales and Victoria thirty four of which are out of control that means firefighters can not get a good handle in advance of these fires so this is incredible on just the amount of smoke in the integrated air that is taking place and by the way on satellite imagery we're seeing the smoke drift into the South Island of New Zealand residence there had to turn on their lights in the middle of the day because the smog and the smoke was so thick this week's attack on the embassy in Baghdad is because Dr state Mike Pompeii ale the way his trip to Ukraine and for other countries he was supposed to arrive in Ukraine late Thursday for his first visit to the country which is at the center of president trump's impeachment it was set to meet with your cranes president and reaffirm American support for Ukrainian sovereignty on the condition of one of the stabbing victims during that hundreds of services described as dire was want to bring Jim grass is an update he may not regain consciousness he is still unconscious from this attack over the weekend and he may not regain consciousness and even if he did he may suffer for it from severe brain damage so really just horrific outcome in this family Sir at rather this community is certainly well aware of how he's doing and even raising funds are trying to get about a hundred thousand dollars just in this community alone to help not only him but all the families who face injuries in this attack from the late Bobby Kristina brown has died Nick Gordon was blamed for brown's death after she was found unresponsive in a bathtub in twenty fifteen along so her family including singer Bobby brown accused Gordon of giving her a toxic cocktail because of Gordon's death has not been released Francis the sea Chicago's progressive talk eight twenty eight AM W. C. P. T. willow springs and online at W. C. P. T. twenty dot com where facts matter closing reminds us regularly about the significance of this moment in history she says sometimes you choose the moment and sometimes the moment chooses you and my sisters and brothers is moments eighty eight twenty four fax math around the town Chicago I've always said is seeing the play again does it mean you're seeing a play you get when you see a movie and you see it's always the same when you have a different director or a different cast of characters in a different stage everything changes it's a new production on Sunday afternoons at two eighteen twenty let's be on the national symphony may not be in his future but he wanted to try a violin so you said yes because you love and if you love him that much love them enough to make sure he's buckled up and in the backseat find out more about keeping your kids safe in your vehicle N. H. T. S. A. dot gov slash the right see shown you love him keep them safe.

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"south wales" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"south wales" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In New South Wales has called for a mass exodus from an area which is hugely popular in the current summer holiday season shama Khalili's their differences highway is the only access for out of town on the southern coast of New South Wales these are the coastal holiday towns that have been devastated by the fires on new year's eve this road now looks like a huge parking lot I'm looking at a long row of vehicles that just seems endless but more crucially it's not moving it's not going anywhere the conditions around us are still quite dangerous we've had electricity poles brings out trees collapse on the road that is caused closures in different directions there's been widespread criticism of the Israeli prime minister's decision to request from parliament immunity from prosecution in three cases in which he is charged with bribery and fraud Benjamin Netanyahu said the charges against him were politically motivated but his main rival banning guns at the prime minister was attempting to make himself above the law the world of basketball has been paying tribute to its former US national association commissioner David stern who died on Wednesday aids seven to seven which it holds looks back at his career David stern was a lawyer and businessman who was involved in basketball for more than fifty years he took charge of the sport in nineteen eighty four and during his thirty years in office so the sports revenues increased more than thirty fold he also ushered in a huge expansion of the sports television coverage during the nineteen nineties and two thousands the current NBA commissioner Adam silver paid tribute to David stern saying that his leadership of one of America's most popular sports have turned the game into a truly global brand world news from the BBC flooding in the Indonesian capital Jakarta is now known to have killed at least sixteen people there were more heavy downpours there on Wednesday night and residents are bracing for another influx of water from nearby towns the authorities in China are reported to have rounded up at least a dozen dissidents and human rights lawyers around the country the monitors say the crackdown began a week ago the B. B. C.'s Dave marsh has more according to statements from the two groups the wave of detentions targeted rights lawyers academics and other activists who met privately in Fujian province a leave in December one rights group said those detained was suspected variously of subversion provoking trouble they include Ding Jesse a veteran pro democracy activist and disponibiliza who's advocated working within the Chinese system for political change another activist is reportedly on the run after posting a new year message urging his compatriots to take action to change China March reporting the time when he is chief of staff general Shaul meaning it is missing after the helicopter in which she was flying made what the ministry of defense called an emergency landing ten people including all the senior military officers have been rescued from the crash site in the mountainous will lonely district in the north of the island authorities say the search for general shown was continuing new figures published by a Dutch aviation consultancy have shown that the number of people killed in large airliner crashes fell by more than fifty percent and twenty nineteen two hundred and fifty seven people were killed last year more than half of those fatalities coming in the Ethiopian airlines crash in March the figures show that there was a fatal accident you never five and a half million flights made that's the latest BBC world news you're listening to the news to him from.

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"south wales" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"south wales" Discussed on AP News

"New South Wales and Victoria State beginning Thursday I'm Charles de Ledesma a children's play room inside a church was turned into a meth lab by a man in Maine according to police as a P. correspondent Walter Ratliff reports the man's now been charged police arrested thirty three year old Matthew Anderson after receiving a complaint from a church member they discovered items consistent with the manufacture of methamphetamine in the designated to play room at the Buxton United Methodist Church the officer sought assistance from the main drug enforcement agency which charged Anderson with unlawful operation of a methamphetamine lab but Sir spokeswoman says they're working with authorities to make the building safe I'm Walter Ratliff Mel nutrition still impacts nearly a half billion people in the Asia Pacific region according to a United Nations report it also says in order to reach a goal of eliminating hunger by twenty thirty millions all have to escape food in security each month data compiled by for you and agencies show slow progress and even backsliding in the areas of child wasting and stunting and other problems related to Mel nutrition report urges governments to combine efforts to end poverty worsening inequality means despite relatively fast economic growth incomes are not increasing fast enough to help ensure adequate nutritional diets for hundreds of millions living in poverty house Judiciary Committee Democrats are president trump is a threat to the nation and should be impeached California's only lock is with considerable regret.

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"south wales" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"south wales" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In New South Wales warned third lives and homes would be at risk with no let up in the high temperatures strong winds and low humidity a powerful cyclone has killed several people as it hit the border region between India and Bangladesh India reported two deaths qualities three Bangladeshis were killed by falling trees about two million people spent the night in storm shelters a cyclone Google made landfall between India's cigar islands and capoeira in Bangladesh the British internet stock K. aside has beaten his American rival the can pour in a much hyped boxing match in Los Angeles the two celebrities who have huge followings on social media will walk away with prize money of more than eight hundred thousand dollars each annex Richmond has this report the battle to crown the toughest internet personality round the full six rounds and ended in a points victory for the British you cheap stock KSI the balance was a grudge rematch which followed to drool forces Amasis in Manchester last year prior to his boxing career KSI made his name uploading videos of himself playing the computer game FIFA Logan pool previously made headlines when he filmed himself discovering a suicide victim in Japan whether the fight was Randall just on for the publicity the TV revenues are estimated by some pundits at more than a hundred million pounds I was Alex Ritson reporting BBC news welcome to in the balance this week coming to you from the city of Kilkenny in Ireland and the home of the kill economics economics and comedy festival I'm Laurie cassman judge we.

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"south wales" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"south wales" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The south in which case it won't turn the flies back on themselves it will in fact drugs as far as the south where they were there is a far in Queensland that has a front in the vicinity of a hundred and ten kilometers if it joins up with a far as color so much devastation where are M. we could end up with a far out front the three hundred kilometers long it all depends on what happens over the next couple of days hopefully hopefully choose I wanted that one gets right but the unfortunate truth the batteries it will David west mayor of mid coast city council in New South Wales Australia thousands of six from around the world have converged on Pakistan to celebrate the five hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the birth of their religions founder Bob gun U. Nanak what makes this year so special is that this year six traveling from India how for the first time used a visa free corridor they walks through a white to gate I could help her to mark the short journey to the temple the marks the site were guru Nanak died the BBC Sikandar Kamani has this report the many of those and get the today it was a dream come true hundreds of six got the did the good water believed to have been built in the place the founder of the religion grew Namik spent his.

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"south wales" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"south wales" Discussed on KQED Radio

"New South Wales has become the lost Australian states to decriminalize abortion there was applause in the state's lower house after the bill was passed passed a final vote from Sydney Phil Mercer following in marathon debate ten weeks of protest abortion is no longer a crime in Australia's most populous state the new law allows terminations up to twenty two weeks gestation or later if to specialist doctors of great the legislation in New South Wales provoke deep splits within the center right government. takes believe the lower is a defeat for humanity but supporters say that women seeking an abortion will no longer be treated like criminals

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"south wales" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

10:54 min | 3 years ago

"south wales" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"This summer i Mike Clifford for public news service. We we are member and listener supported and you'll find us online at Public News Service Dot O._R._G.. Not Because of the path that lies before me but because of the path that lies behind me I remember that one hundred years we have caught these soon after a century of law I remember that which we still let them remember veered into a coffin here on declare your independence a year and a sand clock in Phoenix Arizona from the B. E. A. -utiful studios of doc what Max Egan maxine talk to hear just second and the third hour we got ten PA- Chote did Liberty Advisor going to help us out in economics and such so we'll get to that tomorrow zero we have <hes> Donna had here K. We got Cindy Sheehan's in the first hour you guys don't remember back in God it was Oh four five. She started Camp Casey member no six in front of Bush's ranch ranch and so on I went there for like a week you know covered that prayer America and it was it was interesting and Cindy. She has become a friend. She's going to be on the show tomorrow rage against the war machine so we're GONNA be talking about that. She's of course antiwar in the second second hour Mike Sylvia he was a state legislator in the Free State Project in New Hampshire and he has he really inspired me. I'm wondering I'm going what is it that we can do go pirate and so on the twenty twenty election cycle can really make the point that we wh-what if it pleases the crown can I leave yeah. That's one thing pleases the crown can I dwell on my own property and it comes down to this environmental kind of stuff last couple of decades and they're doing an occupancy permit the whole thing is these being retaliated against because as a legislator he costs some town they moved into Alabama Nimmo gets up so he we'll talk about that tomorrow. It's it's interesting comes down to occupancy occupancy permit with that they can control everything I take that away by initiative or something we start getting the idea and people's heads that you can live on your own land on my goodness certainly out and unincorporated areas and I'm going yes. I can take away away their power. We'll find out. We'll work on that then. Doug Nausbaum is a regular reader and commenter on Freedoms Phoenix. He has been a troll to be honest now. He just hates the fact that we you know <hes> show what's going on in the Middle East and who's to blame for whatever and vaccines and he's a big vaccine supporter John well get your butt on radio here everything I hear everything so he's coming on finally lake finally finally he decided after years and years and years you come on tomorrow now. Today were first hour Max Egan. We've done some podcast with him. I Donna has it up in the show notes for the archive and it's going to show you know Max and I talk and before getting to know each other and what I wanted to talk to now now e. l. commentary on technology and history now. We're going to get the histories taken history. You know it's not what they say. Hey it is. He's made it up because they can you know and you think about it really not that hard so especially if you're the government so I want to introduce you to Max Egan real quick. He's our radio host political commentator activists world traveller author lecturer and philosopher. I currently lives in New South Wales Australia. He's in Australia right now as a musician and artist and he's been experimenting with Computer Art Cope Most of his time time these days is spent on the radio show video presentations research into government corruption and ancient history working on his next book and artwork when he can find the time you can find the Crow House the Crow Zero House Dot Com the Crow House Dot Com and he has a popular very popular gazillions of followers subscribers to his youtube channel that the man doesn't like and if they don't like you.

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"south wales" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"south wales" Discussed on The Science Show

"And that means that people left to pay the scap Fay. So the got fees normally kind of what the rebate is versus the schedule fee schedule phase of what the government says people should be paying for service to right? Things should be charged thing. And then for this kind of stuff you get an eighty five percent rebate. So you think okay fifteen percent? That's not that significant. But the issue here is then doctors charge there are in phase. And they're often well above what the schedule fees. That's where that gap starts to emerge, and then this kinds of things that as the four corners show. In addition to doctors face, they some specialists are charging what's variously known as a booking fee or administration fee, which is essentially a non-refundable out of pocket flat fee that you basically have for the privilege of seeing whatever specialist medical body say it's unethical. Doctor shouldn't do it. But it happens, and so many people when you kind of putting that together putting these phase from all these different services getting that aren't covered it adds up. And so out of the program that was one of follow ups was calls to say, we need a more transparent system. Perhaps it is some kind of publicly being doctors can actually list there phase, and people know what they are front. Interesting health insurance is another shift. Putting landscape and another legal framework that Saint some change this year is the status of abortion talk through how things have changed in that man's Cape. So there was significant news last year in island, which was that they voted to repeal the ban on abortion, and effectively liberalizing what were probably some of the most restrictive laws on abortion in the world. And that was fairly significant for a once, very deeply Catholic nation. I think that was quite a significant milestone for social change their previously. They had something that constitution the eighth amendment, which basically protected the right to life of the on born, meaning an abortion could only be carried out if the mother's life was at risk. The change in legislation means that the government will essentially allow abortions within the first twelve weeks of pregnancy. And after twelve weeks in some circumstances to the situation in Australia. We've also had some change we have. Yes. Last year. The big story was in Queensland with abortion was decriminalised in one of the states. Is really the biggest kind of legislative reform there, and it was significant because Queensland previously of all states or territories probably had the most restrictive abortion laws in Australia. So along with New South Wales laws had been in place in eighteen ninety nine and had not changed since then so up until last year abortion remained in the criminal code, the new laws which passed in parliament in September main that will be able to access abortion up to twenty two weeks, just Asian and so it's kind of turn the spotlight to New South Wales. Because New South Wales abortion stole remains a criminal offense and has since nineteen hundred, but of course, pregnancy terminations carried out widely around yourself oils and pregnancies can be terminated legally if a woman's mental or physical health is in danger. But in saying that we middle doctors who break the law still face ten years jail, New South Wales to my knowledge, nor when his being convicted on an abortion related crime in recent memory. What was interesting after it was legalized. In in Queensland. It was oh now it's just it's left. But actually also most people don't know it remains in the criminal code in South Australia, as well very movement man to a little bit of toke around after the Queensland decriminalization. What's different, however, in South Australia, is that access is actually easier in South Australia than in many other parts of a straight and most abortions in South Australia carried out in public hospitals, which is not the case in other states. But again like and you South Wales, it's legal to get an abortion. If two doctors agree that pregnancy would be harmful to the women's health. Thanks for coming in to talk about last year's health news via Willis, thanks for having me bigs weeks. Science extra bonuses all about technology. And some of the big issues that face the world of tech in the last year. Thanks to live for joining us this week and to produce a joke. I'm Jonathan Webb five now. You've been listening to ABC podcast. You can discover more every say podcasts live radio exclusives on the ABC. Listen up..

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