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"tree ali" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

05:34 min | 2 months ago

"tree ali" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"I'm no stranger to anxieties and although I'm talking here about the power of emotions, I do know the power of emotions. I have discovered over time that emotions are not limitless, you know? They have a limit. There comes the moment, it's like a tipping point or a threshold when you get tired of feeling afraid. When you get tired of feeling anxious, and I think not only individuals, but perhaps nations too have their own tipping points. So even stronger than my emotions is my awareness that not only gender, not only identity, but life itself is fluid. They want to divide us into tribes, but we are connected across borders. They preach certainty, but we know that life has plenty of magic and plenty of ambiguity. And they like to incite dualities, but we are far more nuanced than that. So what can we do? I think we need to go back to the basics back to the colors of the alphabet. The Lebanese poet hali G brown used to say, I learned silence from the talkative and tolerance from the intolerant and kindness from the unkind. I think it's a great motto for our times. So from populist demagogues, we will learn the indispensability of democracy. And from isolationists, we will learn the need for global solidarity. And from tribalists, we will learn the beauty of cosmopolitanism and the beauty of diversity. As I finish, I want to leave you with one word or one taste. The word yurt in Turkish means motherland. It means homeland. But interestingly, the world also means a tent used by nomadic tribes. And I like that combination because it makes me think homelands do not need to be rooted in one place. Yeah, they can be portable. We can take them with us everywhere. And I think for writers, for storytellers, at the end of the day, there is one main homeland, and it's called story land. And the taste of that word is the taste of freedom. Thank you. All right, we are back with a leaf shafak to talk about her most recent book called the island of missing trees, Ali, thank you for doing this. Oh, thank you so much for having me. It's such a pleasure. In your TED Talk, you talked about resisting tribalism by embracing a diversity of perspectives. And so I'm curious for someone like you who's written a dozen novels now. What role do you think fiction plays in the kind of resistance that you're talking about? You know, I honestly think this is a moment in time in which we need books and storytelling, even more than ever before, because we're living in a world in which there's very low levels of empathy and very few nuanced conversations in many ways, I think the age we're living in feels like the age of anxiety. It's like an existential angst. And stories

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"tree ali" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

09:03 min | 1 year ago

"tree ali" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Then returning a positive test a few days after being here. It was a very strange aspect, though off the press conference yesterday, where you heard from the Health Minister, Martin Folly and also, of course from our chief health officer, Brett Sutton, who was speaking and answering questions about How that would then going to go about testing and isolating all those people who he may have come into contact with. And what we were told was that it wasn't necessary. It wasn't important to follow up the passengers who were on that may for flight and Victorian chief health officer Brits, Sutton said Passengers on that may fall flight do not have to isolate this is his quote. The flight is unlikely to be something to chase up. The fourth is not a day that we expect him to be infectious. Says professor certain but with variants of concern and the evolution of the virus all the time. We have to be alive to the possibility. This struck me and others who I spoke to, and also talk on social media and some analysts as well as rather strange given everything with loans and this Somewhat hesitant response that we have in the early days to these matters. Now it's quite true. You might not end up with any fiction spread on board the flight, but for the sake of being prudent Why would you not? Identify the flight. Where would you not tell those people who are on board? Why would you not encourage them to get a test and isolate What would it cost you to do this? What problem would it cause by actually putting that into the mix and just that extra special. Care that extra level of caution and care in getting the people on board the flight tested. This is exactly what happened with the flight. Remember from W way because they're locked down. Initially. No, no, no. We don't need to chase up the flight. And then Lo and behold, what happened? Those on board the flight did Well, Darryl was on board the flight from Adelaide to mobile with the infected passenger. But how does Darryl No. Because last night at half past eight, he got a text from the Department of Health. Telling him to do exactly what everyone logically yesterday afternoon thought might be a prudent thing to do. Darryl. Good to check to you. Good morning. How are you? I'm well, Thank you. So when did you find out that you were on board the flight from Adelaide to Melbourne with that infected passenger? Yeah. Takes 7 30 actually. What was the need that although the forward but that believers infectious but they explode possible opportunities so I should be conservatively the baking away. All right now, Of course, you could have been told that yesterday afternoon when it was publicly announced that people on board that flight did not have to isolate. Yeah. Thank the L could've blissfully unaware of tours. Got the text of the when I was at the movies last night. Excellent. So I, uh, organized E didn't bring Theeighties last night. Uh, who, uh, accidental isolation. A day brought bagels slide, which I failed Court crossing actual, So they said to the You don't need to isolate. Yes, Correct. That was last night. I'd discuss it with my wife about decided there are slight anyway. Uh and I've already booked the test days didn't advise And they are short, like, um Million or spoke to writing this morning from our health. It just doesn't follow. Logically, does it? No good because everybody else who's asked to take a test. If I get symptoms today and I go and get a taste, I must to isolate. Yes. So what's surprising, but I was on the floor by twin brother So we spoke about it this morning, and he's also decided Also others well. Uh, job just be cautious and conservative. This is look at that. And I don't raise Thies sterile And I'm not raising this this morning to needlessly beat up on the department, which you know has been doing an extraordinary job in incredible times, and they've learned lots along the way. This is what always just causes me to want to bang my head against the wall. It's almost as if we don't learn from the last one. Why would you? Not immediately the moment you learned that this person had been on a plane and flying over here and then had tested positive after being in hotel quarantine? Why wouldn't you immediately contact everyone on board and just out of what's the phrase they use an abundance of caution. Let it go. Untested in isolated. I don't That doesn't make sense to me. Does it make sense to you know, I actually can explain and And, uh, yeah, As I said in the text that I believe using sections on the floor, but I think, um, he's left at Allied. Uh, after 14 days, he's I think the fight was four. Ft. Become infectious on the You got symptoms on the ice. I think it should be cautious and government courses for at eight months. There don't understand it, but I'll just follow what I think's part of Parliament also had to buy it until I get pissed and get the results back. I have no doubt that your test will be negative. I'm sure that there's a minimal, minimal chance. But I guess it's just the change in plan that Yesterday afternoon. We're told No, no need to do that. And then whoopsie all of a sudden at 7 30 last night, someone thinks are you might as well It's probably not a bad idea, and it's probably not a bad idea. Daryl really good to talk to you. And thanks for sharing your story with us. All right. Thanks, Virginia, please. Thesis on text. I just came in on the V line from Bendigo 100% masks changed to the Metro City, Luke train it Footscray 50% masks If that quite surprising, says Michael And this on Texas. Well, hi, VT. Of course, they're right. Stop scaremongering. He assisted negative the day before flying so he won't be contagious on the plane. Plus, most most are wearing masks is stiff in Oban. Absolutely true. That's the logic of it. So they want. Send out the message Last night at 7 37 get tested. See what I mean. It's not scaremongering. What drives me and others nuts is, I guess wanting to see some consistency and consistent prudence in the system. If that's the logic that there's absolutely no way that he might have bean infectious, then sure dentist But that's not actually what Britt something was saying yesterday. Phrase he used was unlikely. It's the fight is unlikely to be something to chase. But then he went on. But with variants of concern and the evolution of the virus all the time, we have to be alive to the possibility. And if you're alive to the possibility Well, I guess you get everyone tested, which they're clearly doing now it's good to see All right. Lots of calls coming in this morning suggestions off questions for the treasure up this morning. Just frightened bird will be joining me it around about 10 minutes to should the timing worked out. Gary's called in from Korea. Hi, Gary. Oh, Good morning, Virginia. Look, wine Swan tried to introduce the resource is tax all would like to ask the treasurer? How much money have we missed out on since we didn't take that up? Considering that the reef that it's $220 Aton at cost and $30 to produce that with the money going Yeah, Look, I mean, that's what many people have said have have actually pointed out. I think I could. I could dig through the figures and find out what the predictions were off what we would have made so far if we'd actually had that resources Texan place. So, yes, it's a It's an absolutely fair observation roles in noble Park. What struck you out of the budget? What struck me. Virginia was an artist in every year wants that there wasn't any consideration given to old age pensioners. Who are living at home. There's going to be home care packages, and it's gonna be a lot of money put into a home care residential home care, you know in the federal system, but the old age pensioners living in who are living in rented accommodation doesn't seem to be any help for them. Yeah, I'd also like to see the amount of money that people are getting in those packages as well. They described as you know, at home care packages, But when you look at what's actually provided It's not a huge amount. Particularly people have high care needs, and it seems that in many cases they have to end up going into residential care, because there's not enough hours of care that allow them to stay safely in their homes. Keep those calls coming in. We'll get a broad view and overview of what was announced last night by the federal treasurer. 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"tree ali" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"tree ali" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"So then you could say, then spun out of the sky. In this case, it absolutely did. It was spun out or Vester. Um, tumbled for all of that distance all of those years and then crashed into the earth and we were able to not just figure out what object it came from, but actually wherein the object because it's the minerals that material that this little meteorite is made off. Also signs of coming from beneath the surface off this dwarf planet, the second largest asteroid in the solar system Investor you're talking into the second largest brain in the solar system. Allan Duffy, director, the Space Technology and Industry Institute at Swinburne University. Well in a few people texted in to say he means spinoff spinoff maybe spin off, not spin out over the years, but I know I probably do. I think I'm being corrected by your vastly more insight. Well, now we know who the most intelligent biggest brain is. It's one of your listeners. I call them listening media. They're my source of all knowledge. Just finally, mud of the many wonderful hats that you wear out and instead of podcaster Yes, indeed I I've just had a new podcast, Audible looking audibles. Sorry, astronomical Looking for life Beyond Earth. This song we speak to experts from around the world on the hunt. For 80 in life, and this includes new NASA billion dollar telescopes to Russian funded searches for for signals from Nearby stars and then even speaking to scientists who are genuinely investigating. UFO's and nudie declassified defense videos from the US off very weird things. So it was. It was quite a journey, and I think at the end of it, I came away basically confident that if the aliens are out there, we'll find them in this decade or the next. It just get cold actually record that If the aliens that they were going to find them the next decade. Is that what laser eyes W. Saying I would feel pretty confident We'll get a sign in the next and then within the next 10 years, based on everything I've heard, And this this thing this audible podcast economical. I'm pretty confident. Damn straight. Someone's finally texted undersize spun out. It's about drugs, not space. So take your predictions with that great of salt. I have fat beetles spitting out about arrives. It's Alan Duffy, you thank you, buddy. Chancing. Thanks so much around me and the doctor that director of the Space Technology and Industry Institute at Swinburne University and possessor of laser eyes that shoot things out of the skies to keep us safe coming up after the news Headlines. Net plan test start today. Big day, the great threes and many others, but some students, it's also a big clash year. 11 student Harley has stepped up to be their voice is here to make her case with us after news Stiff Feria face stiff. Thanks, Sammy, The federal treasurer will hands down a big spending budget. Tonight. I aimed at driving Australia's economic recovery from the pandemic and including billions of dollars to overhaul the nation's aged care sector. Has been international condemnation over the escalating violence in Israel, which saw at least 20 people, including nine Children killed in air strikes in the northern Gaza Strip. Open eyes And parents who are opposed to the Net plan exam will be allowed to withdraw their kids from today's national literacy and numeracy tests, which up to a million students are expected to see it. Moments, whether a morning shower or two and to top off 15 degrees. I'll have more news at seven o'clock Virginia tree, Ali. Do we describe that There is a high level of aggression from the parent body towards schools they.

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"tree ali" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"tree ali" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"The parent body towards schools they can be, And that's when it's fantastic to have a principle. Offer food to dogs. No joke. It really is important. What? Why you look one and run out the other correct. Sorry to have my head spinning here. You're saying that a key part of the design of a principal's office is to have an escape hatch? Yeah, absolutely. Virginia Tree Ali Weekday mornings from 8 30 on ABC Radio Milburn. All right. We are doing the history quiz on not life on this Sunday night, Suzanne. Hell with you 20 past midnight 20 past 10 if you're in the West And the invite mints, baby. Hello? Oh, no. Oh, I think I read the biography if it's so I'm thinking off the Lady Prime minister, but Realistic moment with that. So what's your answer, Andy? God. Yeah, that's gonna be the best. Worst thing. I think the one I'm thinking of is that I am Lady Prime minister anyway, and I think there's only one I have had terrible Is that right? So we sure on some Margaret Thatcher That's right. I'm afraid that is the encouraged on some know it was my guest. Okay, thanks. I didn't join the quiz. Great by David in milk, Holla. Hi, David. He recognizes you. Hi. Who was elected leader of the UK Labor Party in October. 1983. You know, I think with someone who didn't become prime minister, um loving major was a bit lighter around. Was it Bill kick? It was new Kinnick. Well done, devant. Question. Seven in August 1986 what object was found in a locker at the Spencer Street station in Melbourne, Australia. Uh, also, it was a painting. I'm going to need a little bit more information. Oh, The famous painting stolen. Oh, Was it? Jackson Pollock. Plenty. No, No, it wasn't blue Paul's. Well, that was a painting. All right. Thanks very much daily. Thank you. Bye, Brendan In Elwood's Brendan, it is not a question to do with the Turkish Straits. Thank you. What would have gotten you, Kenneth? Drunk? So that was Michael. Put the damn right. He got body was protest. I wasn't stolen from the National Gallery, Victoria Itwas Joint Ain't the name of it is my question. Mm. All tests are pretty good. Okay. All right. You can have it. The group claimed it. Installing the $1.5 million weeping woman by Picasso to protest against the.

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"tree ali" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"tree ali" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Good in my bar menu. Very honest. His wedding manual. Yeah. Good morning. Good morning. Time is from Mother's Day. What a lot of toss. You got mothers their suggestions back, don't you? I do. I do. Yes. You're right. Or if you had a parent father That was really good on the barbecue years ago, when the kids were growing up. Why all the sausages tent burned away. But you said them to him anyway. Didn't you asking for a toaster? Better? A little bit burn anyway, better a little bit Good. The source in about it wrong. Perfect. Yeah, Exactly. Just wrap it all up and possibly on. Yes, the cheese on toast as well was always a little bit Glad tastes better. A bit crispy. I think so. And on the rare occasions that we went camping Marshmallows over the open fire, or you got a little bit more bench? Yes, Better bird. Yes, I think so. I do two fish fingers caress the brown bits s. I think so, although that would actually be an anathema to you fish fingers unless there were real fish fingers like a goddess. So when There's talk that What types Good that spread. You can't get past Crane do like I should talk Made to be burned. Yes, absolutely Tasty, yet Very tasty. Now, Chris, why don't you send me some of that for Mother's Day? No, the timer for my first timer. So what if he was there in season for Mother's Day? Should someone want to spoil their mother like by bringing her something fresh and sea foodie? You could make a really nice simple platter with just six oysters. 12 knights pawns on before nice slices of smoked salmon with a nice Rose ain't And you would put a small on a month. Spice often would doesn't fight much, much with the proper people. Yeah, And if if there was more poeple to be celebrating that day with Mom, you get out of your more points of oysters. You could add a couple of bugs, maybe some smoked mussels. Some whiskey cured salmon, which I think taste better than smoke. Seven marinated octopus, little job caviar. It's endless. There are so many things that the fish shops around Melbourne would have in stock. And they would have lots and lots of great ideas have had a creative, simple, nice planet. And it wouldn't customer that one of them described the first one. I don't think of the cost even 50 bucks. Really? Yeah, any of you have to share with anybody else. So can you eat it all yourself? You can't know yourself if you're dying. Yeah, just like a birthday your day. It's your day. And even if you're not a mother and you want to celebrate someone else's mother, you could do it like that for yourself anyway. That's a great see exactly what else swim by. Lot of leaded came to market hell of a lot of fled. I mean track like this week, and I think the market was begging for the women of crack up so the fishermen could stop catching flak because I really Still, the market in the process started dropping a bit. We saw really nice quality yellowfin tuna, but we also saw Blue thing. China's well. That was small fish, but there were a hard quality. Very good quality. How polka from you. Zeeland and Blue. I also from Adam, best right snapper locals and from seven straight a really large step out bag. It was actually know this. The large snapper would have been local. There's a seven strings snapper season is closed and there the New Zealand we saw a lot of plates size snapper. King George Warning Level Large, great quality Gofish from Flinders Arlon large, beautiful gofish. If you like. You got fish. This is the time that you like, catch playing on them. Fresh planned A came to market yellow child kingfish small fish around the killer mark, If if you want to try some of that the oysters I've got to say with this consistent cooler weather that we're experienced, experiencing. With the Santa straining Ortez money and they're very good, and we talked about last week. I think we mentioned from ST Helens the oysters in one particular part when you said they look to be funny, yes. Remember how we had that heavy rain fooling? Use half wiles that affected the Sydney road courses and that Chinese did color and but look appetizing, but by Thais Normal that they doesn't alter the color they five of the oyster. Just the show color from being white is taken on the same color as the meeting. It's almost gone like a brownie green color, which doesn't look appealing and get a discount for that nice if we could do that, Yeah. I don't think the farmers would be impressed, but That's the main the main thing that made the change all that heavy rain didn't agree with oysters in that region of New South Wales. Well, that sounds like a very, very, very full report. The Freddy is a good price. There are lots of them on market. Lots of, say, food. Should you wish to church spoil someone with the pleasure? And the oysters looks funny everywhere. The Sydney Rock wasn't oysters. Okay, good to talk menu, or, you know, someone sent a little text message saying The sausages. Just turn off the Uh, it says, Let me come across on eight. Burnt toast and sausage is cut off the really burned bits. So there you go there with us. Damn good. Georgia scholar was coming up very shortly. She'll talk to you next. Virginia tree, Ali. Do we describe that there is a high level of aggression from the parent body towards schools they can be, and that's when it's fantastic to have a principal office with two doors. No joke. It really is important thing on. What?.

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"tree ali" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"tree ali" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Lacks is an understanding of what accountability is, and that's a unless standing accountabilities about being accountable to their feelings and be accountable for their actions and the way that what is going to defect it other people that's interesting, and so you find it difficult to get them to focus. On the fact that they may be accountable for something they've settled done. That's right, and also to the you know that when they do do these things, and I do take accountability. That's when they actually find real growth and change in their life. I would imagine that's true. Good to hear from you as well. Lots of comments on this on text. Have some saying very long voted your Virginia What next video games cause violence ask spin, But this on Texas Well, our society has mostly thrown out the contrition. Redemption narrative. People are fired in her arrest for tweets they made years ago. That's a good observation. You are now hangs Jordan and hung, drawn and quartered for things that maybe you're discouraged from owning up to and completely owning because the consequences now are so dire. I think it's a really Interesting observation this for money and matter, Liza As a society, we've elevated individual interest to our main priority. All we talk about his rights is no concern for responsibilities on we ruled self centered behavior with both financial and social capital. But still others aren't take saying Virginia being naive. The whole thing's about drug use. And that you run from the sane off the crime because you might be scared about getting a drug test. Going to give you little bit of an update on a story yesterday about the cafe in the north of the city that kicked off a huge conversation about the lack of use of Q R codes and pop prop up Contact tracing and testing, taking details, particularly in the hospitality sector. This has become a bit of a thing, Joe this thing to Virginia Tree Ali on ABC radio Melvin The writer Jill Stark kicked off our conversation yesterday with this story, but we're sort of halfway through our food before we realized that we hadn't checked in because there was nothing at the front of the Catholic Church to remind us that it just suddenly dawned away. We had it and I said, Could we check in and She said. We don't do check it. Into chickens. We don't have to do them anymore, said this white person of this person pointed her towards a note, pad said You can write your name in there, but there wasn't a single name on it. We tried to speak to the cafe during the show. Yesterday there returned our call after the show and said no one uses QR codes anymore. But then they said that they had been compliant, actually, and they did have a chicken system. And then later they said that they always had a book Chicken service. But then they texted us that even later a picture off the QR code and saying Here it is we used do uses. I said the way that he spoke to Jill was on a trial and was confused about the check in process, they said. They have a staff member allocated to the door, ensuring that people chicken and that's what happened in Jill's case. She was just unlucky, they say then the cafe told us that yesterday afternoon long behold and authorized officer from the state's Health department stopped by Paid them a visit. They actually texted us a photograph off, said Authorized Officer in conversation with the manager inspected their records and has left satisfied. Well, I'm glad they're satisfied, and I'm glad the system is working now. It clearly wasn't working then. Professor Nancy Baxter is an epidemiologist, surgeon and head of Melbourne School of Population and Global Health at the University of Melbourne. Nancy. Good to talk to you again. Good morning. Good morning, Kim. Well, they go. I think they look, they listened very quickly. What's the lesson for all of us when it comes to QR codes and checking in Well, everything in Sydney, you know, they really can be a very effective tool for contact tracers, and particularly given how open we are now in Melbourne. How how much Interaction. How close together we are at restaurants and that sort of thing, you know, having a kind of rarely rapid response system that can help the contact tracers identify everyone who may have been at risk of a particular venue. You're really important because what these this means is that You know, instead of having to do really deep detective work, which will have to do anyway. But instead of having to rely on that, solely the contact tracers can look see who was in the venue at the same time at that cafe restaurant at the same time, and someone who had Covitz And contact those people, You know, really in minutes versus, you know, having to do the detective work it taking days to contact those people. And you know those individuals relying on like looking at lists of where you know the cove it caused a person has been going like. Oh, yeah, I was there at that time. You know it just It's gonna lead to delays and people have to kind of be in tune with the system. So you're talking about a day's delay versus being able to kind of immediately call those people get them to isolate get them tested. I wonder if we need to actually pitch this, though, frankly, from a more selfish perspective, which is that if this hospitality venues want to remain open and not have to go through another lockdown? It's in their best interest to do this, because then there's people, as you say, can be quickly contacted, tested and isolated on. We don't have to have a shutdown. Absolutely. And you know what's interesting is here with all anecdotal, but what you hear from people who are in Western Australia or in New South Wales is that No, it's much more part of the routine that it's accepted that you used me to use the cure code system..

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"tree ali" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

08:34 min | 1 year ago

"tree ali" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"This documentary based on her book, I see what you made me do. That's tonight. Got some extraordinary news for you up next to that, Stuart MacGill. You're listening to Virginia Tree Ali on ABC Radio Melvin. This involves the alleged kidnapping off the former Australian test cricketer Stuart MacGill. Tim Swanston is our ABC reporter in Sydney. Hide him. Morning, Virginia. What's been going on this morning? Yeah. Look pretty dramatic developments this morning. So as you said it, will. I feel it kidnapping off the former test cricket out, So we understand that it actually took place on April 14 years when it's alleged toe occurred, but the Complaints wasn't nice place till April 20th. So what's alleged to have occurred on the 14th of April. On that evening, Miguel was confronted by a man in cities lower North shore when two other men then allegedly approached McGill and he was It's like forced into a vehicle and then driven to a property out in Sydney's west and the lead. This ordeal has lasted about some a Knauer, also where he was allegedly assaulted and threatened with a firearm about an hour later, although also his alleged or bane, then taken and Actually relate to asking the bellboy areas in the Southwest signal. So that report then come to the police on the 20th of April, which has led to these arrests this morning. So for what men have been arrested 27 29 42 46. They're currently Being interviewed with by, police said at at local police stations across Sydney. Wow. Amazing it. Do we know if these people were known to Stuart MacGill? Yeah. Look, Unfortunately, we're really at a loss for information at this point in time, you know, belief on in quickly of, you know, known about this for some weeks and in vain investigating and they'll be giving an upside to the media at about one o'clock this afternoon, and there are other things going on. Well, today, you know, there's a number of search warrants being executed by police. Across various properties that Sydney But as for an alleged motive, or any kind of length between McGillin and these men, are we doin dollars this stage and it's Stuart MacGill, okay? Well, look, You know what? Currently making that inquiry that at the moment, but even that, you know, he was sort of released from the from the alleged attack. You know, some some middle of last month probably stands to reason that you know next serious physical harm, at least at this stage. But of course, we're making those enquiries of the stage to say. I think the controlling stake and of course what? What's stated in but you know, of course, that really dramatic, you know, development this morning. Absolutely incredible Miss raids taking place this morning by the police to tourist in Those four men. Let's see what the charges are. If there are any later on this morning, great to talk to you, Tim. Thank you. Tim spots in the ABC reporter in Sydney. Let's take your calls on the open line. 1 300 triple 2774 Lauren has texted in. I just read this one. Engineer. I just wanted to note. I think it's a step in the right direction to discuss the issues of rape on the radio. However, as someone who's 21 I said experiences of a similar nature. I think the way the discussion is being opened up is not very productive for victims. You understand that the police don't really care about historic allegations is not encouraging. We should be focusing on how this happens every day and on how we're going to go about this in the future and how we're going to shift the focus for cases such as Yasmin's, they're extremely common and extremely confronting issues that many women have to face. Mentioning that people should contact Lifeline doesn't really cut it when you're opening the conversation and not offering the echo adequate support in that conversation to says Lauren, which is a really good observation, and, of course, I'm always wondering if it's being done well or properly from doing it right. What I'm trying to do now, much more Lauren that I never did before, is a journalist was, you know to ask those questions that I might ask before I speak to the person which is? Can I ask you about that? Are you comfortable speaking about that? Um, do you want to stop the conversation? I prefer to do that life to hear now so that you can hear and know how the agreement is being made. How the conversation is being head and you can hear the response of the person who's agreed to speak so that you can hear in real time whether they're cross at me, whether they're pushing back at me whether they're irritated or hurt or upset by the questions. I think it's very important that we be transparent about how we do our job. And I'm sure we're not doing it as well as we possibly can. Right now. We can always do better. Johnny Maids thing. Good morning. Hardworking yet just listening to your talk with Jess. And I'm not gonna percent Sure with my history for Alberto, Watch her program. Just a hunk a disgrace to that. Four years ago, I had a long conversation with your predigested John Payne about my experiences of Coming to the brink of that fury. Which sort of just about push me to be violent towards my partner on bond. I guess I'm not About the blind anyone or have things got in my relationship. It was kind of like a bit of a perfect storm in losing my job. And having Being in a position where I was being emotionally and financially abused on our partner on a daily basis. And I kind of got to the point. I told the story to join. I kind of got to the point where I felt Like I was Just about T belong towards my partner. I wanted to do Watching myself out of the half on Dad of the state be on him. Because I kind of felt that I knew that that wasn't the person who I was. And with it, whether we're with this surfaces around them to support you in what you were feeling and going through, John I didn't know. I really did not know. Um and you know, because it was such a slow burn, I guess to Virginia. I didn't really feel like always sort of Like a granted the corners so that it was just that one moment where I felt That's what all that I felt so emasculated itself yours. That's what that's what I wanted to do this 11 what my body felt like it wanted to John. I think it's so interesting that you used the term emasculated there that gets to the point that just Hill was speaking about before about how and individual can can feel when they feel hurt or threatened, and when they can start to see it as a threat to their very Sense of self. John. Thank you for ringing in today and for sharing that story again. Gary's called in from Port Arlington on a different subject. Hi Gary Hart, Virginia and personal Just the same great program today. Thank you. You look three years ago will likely left in a position to build a nice new home and we built it. Deficiencies in mind with hot water insulation, the way the house of sight of them. We also Sean and the puts all the panels on the house. Couple over his contributed some renewable energy back into the system, and also that Help with health energy costume and turning his mind's a difference to any deka. I'm just thinking that if I do go ahead with this playing and a lot of people if they're in a position to do so will simply With a battery system allows stopped exporting pair And, uh, so that claims to be negative chemistry, not in Children. Mm hmm. Wanting to put systems on their houses, I think that will probably just stop the stop people doing that all together. Yeah. Which would be a shame, although I don't know. Maybe they've been banking on the fact that there will be so much renewable energy generated by wind and solar farms. And such successful battery storage that you might not need that domestic trade. I guess so. I think that would be an interesting discussion to have. And as I mentioned before, there are some really interesting market analysts that track this And that using all the daughter that's available right now have quite convincing forecasts about where the energy market is going on. I'd love to see that that maybe this'll fears being struck off the back of predictions that the change the interchange between households all the selling back into the grid from the household is perhaps not going to be needed into the future. Rosalie in that genetic good morning to you. What do you make of the proposal to charge those poems with solar panels? Oh, yes, well Is not.

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ABC Radio MELBOURNE

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"tree ali" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Entirely Twitter and YouTube followed suit. Since then. The Facebook oversight board launched last year entitled as an independent group of law take, and political experts has been reviewing the move. I think that they will likely reinstate his account Shannon McGregor from the school of Journalism and Media at the University of North Carolina. What I worry and what I suspect might happen if the board gets attached to, you know, trying to find some direct causal. Mechanism from his Facebook posts to the incitement of violence at the U. S Capitol in January six. That might be hard to prove in a in a very causal sense, and they might make a decision based on those crowds. The decision is being keenly watched by Social Media experience. Monica Stephens is an assistant professor at Durham University in England on the University of Buffalo is going to start a new president in a platform for how the platform relates to various global and political leaders. The big question Is whether Donald Trump will start using Facebook again if he's allowed to Monica Stephens says that might depend on whether any reinstatement comes with conditions. My feeling is that Trump himself may not give his voice to a platform that he feels a censoring him. Jennifer Greig Ola, social media specialist from Syracuse University. Sizzle. This talk misses the point that the winner here is Mark Sucker Bush, right? So he he set this up because it gets him out of a pinch with the U. S government for gives him this arms like, Well, these folks over here make the decision. So either way, you know, I think Mark's Achterberg is the winner. Facebook is the winner. It doesn't really get it. The core, which is Should government officials around the world be tweeting be posting on Facebook? What we've done is we've normalized propaganda channels from government officials in timing that seems unlikely to be coincidental. Donald Trump has today launched his own platform off sorts on his website under the heading from the desk of Donald J. Trump. He's began posting press releases He's been sending out on e mail since the social media bands came into effect alongside the texts or Twitter and Facebook icons to allow users to post the texts straight to those platforms. It seems the former president isn't waiting for the oversight board to try and get his content back online. This is Barbara Miller in Washington reporting for a M. Let's run through some finance C and C banks just posted a 45% improvement in the Thai fear profit to $2.94 Billion in more evidence of an improving economy I ended has released almost $500 million it had previously set aside. To cover potential loan losses from the covert pandemic. William Wall straight into generally lower after the U. S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said the Federal Reserve might need to lift interest rates as inflation begins to rise, while the Dow Jones industrial average ended slightly higher. Australian dollars loan this morning it just over 77 us Since that's am on Sabra Lane. It's half past eight. Huh? This is Virginia Tree Ali on ABC Radio Milburn. Good morning. Great to have your company this morning on the program, turning off the guests in Victoria well placed in one place, continued hotel quarantine breaches and for the very first time Jasmine Ellen, who's the daughter of the late mobile phone tycoon Crazy John Millen. She's speaking to me this morning, and she's speaking out about her allegations of rape against then Caufield, grammar boy. More voices being raised about consent and sexual violence. It's a crucial conversation and it's one you won't want to miss, that's all coming up this morning to joining with your calls. Let's get some news headlines. James Hancock Good morning to you. Hello, they'd say the deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormick has declared no one will be jailed under the government's India travel ban. The prime minister yesterday said it was highly unlikely. The opposition in Victoria is pushing for the government to release last year's draft pandemic plan. Spokesman David Davis says his party has been trying to get access to documents relating to the coronavirus response. For a year under freedom of information. British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab says the first face to face G seven meeting in two years shows diplomacy's back the talks in London a covering a wide range of topics, including how to counter the glory influence of autocratic governments, such as those in China and Russia. And authorities in Amsterdam have introduced a ban on advertisements at subway stations that promote fossil fuels or industries and products linked to them from Monday, publicity's for so called high carbon lifestyles, such as tickets for cheap holiday flights. Cars using petrol will be banned. Milburn's weather partly cloudy today 17 degrees the top right now It's nine and I'll have more news at nine. ABC radio Milburn traffic. Have.

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ABC Radio MELBOURNE

07:14 min | 1 year ago

"tree ali" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Consumption. How we consume. And whether or not they're a trans associated with it. So has it changed for you? Has it not changed for you? Do you think that as long as people drink responsibly that it's okay 1 308 100 people to text 0437774774 and then called out on text, VT. You need to get a quiet a mouse. We can hear you clicking away. That's okay. I don't mind that you can hear me clicking. I'm working in here. I thought the clicking was you stretching your back, says Tim. Watch it. Virginia tree Ali this on text You just keep clicking away. Virginia. Keep pushing those buttons. Go, girl. Well, Roger, who thank you very much. I have no option but to click those buttons. If I don't click the buttons in the whole thing falls apart. Virginia Tree Ali Weekday mornings from 8 30 on ABC Radio Milburn. 308 100 Trouble too, or Texas on 0437774774 is the number to call is we take a look at our alcohol consumption us As Australians Do we drink more? Do we drink list? What are your thoughts just anecdotally. Do you prefer not to drink anymore? Or do you think you just fine as you are? It's all up to you. 1 308 100 Trouble. Two is the number to call I've got it takes. The Catherine says I was a functioning alcoholic. I drank a bottle of alcohol a day. For years and years. It was just costing me too much and on. I got busy at work and had to give up. I went about two years dead side without a drop. Now I'd have a drink. Maybe once every six months or so I'm just on certain occasions which against people go through different trends like that. Katarina because he's saying they're functioning alcoholic. Have you taken a look at what is considered to be an alcoholic? So yeah, There are questions that are asked about alcohol use, and it's things like you know whether people need alcohol to get up in the morning where the alcohol's impacting on their lives, in addition to how much people are drinking, and that's what's looked at. When we're looking at alcohol used to sort of And actually in Australia. Alcohol is the main reason that people access alcohol and other drug treatment facilities, so it's the main drug of concern across the country. Texted. This is after a hot day, You can stick your beer and you can stick your cafe latte and I'll have a beer. Thanks. The minute we saying that people should not drink? It's just to take a look at research wise, the amount that we drink and why we drink. Yeah. The god lines on the alcohol. Um, recommend that for healthy men and women that people drink no more than four standard drinks on one occasion. Or 10 standard drinks in awake. We're certainly not saying that no drinking eyes the way to go. We're just saying that Unless you drink the lower your risk of harm and that there are lots of people who were negatively impacted by alcohol. And this is what happens when we talk about alcohol. We don't have to have a conversation about all or nothing, but we need to be able to have a conversation. And without judgment and without, you know, it's self reflection. Oh, sorry with self reflection and being able to reflect on others in our communities. Well, I don't know what they will get so defensive to be perfectly all its Katarina Street offensive when you start to talk about alcohol consumption. Yeah, I think it's because it's something that the majority of the country does. And so you can't talk about alcohol use without someone having an experience. It's very, very interesting, because obviously we hear these quite a beach. Um, that we really do need to be able to have a conversation about it. Let people know where they can go for help and support but also to address stigma. Trevor if we're not talking about risky alcohol use and saying, you know, it's not your fault where we've actually got an environment where there's Not so the alcohol everywhere and everything's pushing people to drink at riskier levels. So it's okay if you put your hand up and say it's too much for me and I need help. That's one of the main reasons why we have to be able to have this conversation wanted to get bored. I mean, good morning, I drink for fun in my twenties, and I'm now in my fifties. I thought that isn't fun anymore. Such it's time to it anymore. I feel so much better. I don't miss it. I wonder if that again the idea of your graph. Yeah, I think it's different parts of people's lives. So the way you socialize, my change. You know the things that you enjoy. You might change that. The things that are important to you my change and certainly, ah, lot more people want to feel healthier. Which is a big driver in these I mean alcohol's just another drug. So it could be the editorial TOC Rag is in general for many people is that it's something you might experiment you might do, and then you grow out off in certain ages as well. Yeah, it certainly could be a with alcohol. We know it's one of those things that does hang around, but certainly across people's lives. The way that people use alcohol changes based upon your friends, what you're doing what your responsibilities are What your family members are saying to you all of those different things a taxi or go to calls in Just one second. A treatment is drinking relevant to what your parents do it so That idea off watching and learning from, um from the surroundings, whether or not be through peers or three parents absolutely true about so one thing that's really important is that the uncle guidelines were updated in December. On day made very clear that for people under 18, they should be knowing alcohol use little. And while that sounds that common sense Still this notion by parents some parents that the best thing they can do is introduce alcohol to someone in their teen years. And actually, what we know from all of the evidence is that Earlier that people have that first drink in the earlier that our colleagues introduced into someone five, the more likely they are to drink it risky levels, So the best thing that a parent can do is to do all they can to support their young people in their lives to not drink alcohol, and the other thing is too. Model behaviors where alcohol isn't used to do things like cope with stress or anxiety. So not walking in the door after a stressful day and saying things like I need a drink. Um and not having moods or the way that people are change after they have a dream, because those sorts of things young people say they're really do you see, and I really do notice from a very young age. Texted, saying, My brother lost his wife. Two Children won't talk to him. He lost his job. Two houses, his job, his driver's license, and it's been in hospital for three months, and according to him, he has no problem. Welcome to Australia. Uh, that takes I'll come back to that in a minute. Hell I make Hey, How you doing? That good thing? I'm sorry I didn't catch against Katarina. Katarina. Hey, guys, There's a friend of born um Here's your.

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ABC Radio MELBOURNE

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"tree ali" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Were hoping I was going to stay down with you. You thought you're gonna have a whole month of no Sami Jayna life that he's back, baby, and he's stronger than ever. Didn't care to me. So Katherine sitting there and thought, OK, I could get used to this. You have very good. Now was it was a reaction to the flu shot. Do you think I couldn't? Say with any Accuracy was a little bit of exhaustion. Little bit of I know my body will Virginia and I know sometimes, But please don't finish that sentence. It takes control of me See? See you really should listen to me. Oh, you're supposed to report adverse reactions, by the way they want to know. The authorities. So you let your arm doctor or your Jeb know that? No, actually, you know, Robin just sort of feeling a bit blurred for 24 hours. It made me feel quite bad. So just a notification just they do want to know that they're not just that they follow the batch is because you know better is different one to the other, whether it be the flu or AstraZeneca or anything else. So bear that in mind, they're always happy to hear from you. If direction is pretty intense. It was pretty intense on Saturday, Not a will. So actually, at about five past 11 I turned green ripped off my clothes instead of fighting crime all night. Long was weird. Yeah, and then you turned back into the weedy little guy that you are. Probably sorry, Virginia. That was a fever dream that you described. That's not real. That's what happens when you have the adversarial into the citizens whose lives I saved. You turn green. You rip the shirt off your brave You're a crime fighter. So riddle me this Your honor for made a tinny your 11 kilometers offshore. You're about to throw the line over and all the sudden sorry. What's that? In the corner of my tiny Oh, my goodness. It's a tiger snake. What? We'll go on a boat on a full, major tinny. Living kind of short. What do you do? Green, The angry man. Tell me what you do. Obviously, I pick up this thing I spin it around like a sort of wit. And then I take a bite of its head because I'm just that awesome. I jump out over. I think I think just streaking up to whom did this happen? This happened to the guy, the 80 year old fisherman who is joining me on the program to tell you the story. Don't tell me that you've got anything that you want to do this morning. That's more important than that. Sounds like a breakfast story, not a Virginia story. I've been there, but I got it. I got it. And you and here I am talking electric vehicles. This is a role reversal. Well, now we'll take that food out because the minister Lily de Ambrosio is joining us this morning to talk about the state government. Ambitious climate targets on this is interesting puts Victoria in a similar place and in line with South Australia in the CT, and to some extent, New South Wales. Question this morning for the minister is whether she believes it's the state's now who are going to drag the Commonwealth and federal government to more ambitious emissions reduction targets or not, or whether they just decided to go it alone. And I really want to hear from business and commerce. Today. This is incomes are not not all the same thing. They do not have the same outlook. They do not have the same business models. They don't have the same view of this on day. Can't all be put into the same basket his, you know old, they'll cry. Too hard, too fast or not enough. They'll be very different reactions and I really want to hear from business today. Their response to these ambitious cuts, no scratch ambitious to these cuts. Well, I mean, it's actually where the world needs to go right. We'll just wait. Nobody's taking the U. S. And it's certainly It was a fascinating announcement by the Molina government yesterday. I see what you did there between you Stay still. Sorry. Seriously, stay Absolutely still, there is no there is a four ft. Pathan! Tiger Snake behind you. Is it? Yes. Don't look just Oh, no, There's no okay. And we've also got best. Lumen joining other programs, starting Bury the headline. Well, might drop by deer birds learn. And why did you not come on the breakfast show instead of choosing to go with that so called journalist Virginia Tree, Ali. We'll be with you after I 30 with what sounds like a cracking show. It's three minutes to eight o'clock. I feel nothing but desire to be told what's happening on.

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ABC Radio MELBOURNE

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"tree ali" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"They could restart sailing in the United States. United States waters by mid July. Um, I'm not particularly eager to go on a cruise ship, but I know some people are so good news for them. I was going to ask you a crazy or is it just because of private or you not not into the whole crew's vibe. I went on a cruise. Once a friend got married, and then the kind of post party was the bridal party went on a cruise, and it was It was an interesting experience, but one I don't think I need to repeat, especially especially in covert times. All right. Answer Ramana, not a cruise fan. Now. Finally, Andrew Rudy Giuliani, the former New York mayor and and lawyer for former President Donald Trump, has had his home in Manhattan raided by federal investigators. What sparked the raid? And what were the investigators looking for? Yes. So federal investigators with search warrants combed his Manhattan residents and a separate office earlier this week, they seized electronic devices as part of a probe into his dealings with Ukraine. Listeners might remember Giuliani was the personal I mean, Back in the day he was the mayor of New York on he was a candidate for president. But more recently was Trump's personal lawyer on was involved in the whole impeachment inquiry about you know whether Trump with Giuliani was seeking political help from Ukraine to discredit Joe Biden, his likeliest on eventual opponent for president. He spent months trying T O help Trump find dirt on Biden and Biden's son Hunter. Um, we're getting details on this investigation. It could be focusing on Giuliani doing paid work for Ukrainian businessman at the same time whether he violated U. S laws against unregistered lobbying for foreign Entities. There's some reports out today that talk about how the Trump administration and Giuliani forced out Maria Ivanovich, the former ambassador to your Ukraine, and whether that was a kind of quid pro quo that Giuliani was involved with, Um We will see. But it is quite a spectacle to see the president's former lawyer, the former mayor of New York, now embroiled in this investigation in the form of raiding the seizure of evidence and hates insisted he's done nothing wrong. Here's some of what he told Fox News after the raids on his home. They won't explain to me what they're looking at two for two years. We've called him 56 occasions said. Tell us what you're investigating will come in and address it. No, just come in and talk to us. Tell us about your whole life because that's ridiculous. And so I have to go. I have to go as a lawyer on the search warrant. Search warrant is purportedly based on one single failure to file For representing a Ukrainian national or Official. That I've never represented. I've never represented a Ukrainian national or official before the United States government. I've declined it Several times. I've had contracts in countries like Ukraine in the contract is a clause that says I will not engage In lobbying or foreign representation. I don't do it because I felt it would be too compromising. So what's gonna be the next step in this case, Andrew Yeah, well, we'll see what happens. It does seem pretty serious. Now. Now there's not always charges filed after a raid like this, But the fact that Giuliani is so prominent, not just the former lawyer to the president but also a former U. S attorney in the office that's involved in the investigation. The fact that they actually executed the warrant on Giuliani, given his prominent suggests that they have pretty serious evidence s O. I would not be surprised if we see charges going forward. The other thing is that this was something that the Justice Department apparently wanted to do. While Trump was president, Andre were blocked So this has been going on for some time. It finally happened it all of that. Just suggest that there you know that they do have significant cause to sort of proceed with this investigation will see how it actually unfolds. I just finally androgen who often likes to texting during this segment must be very interesting US politics that Jen wants to know. Do you have any Intel on what the majority of retirees in Florida? Think of Biden now? Huh? Interesting. I don't have any intel on it by the narrowly lost Florida. Part of part of that was, uh, you know, Trump has a some strength there among seniors. We will see we did a poll. And again. I'm writing this up today, asking whether people whether Biden's 1st 100 days turned out to be better or worse than you expect, and we actually got a plurality of people saying That was better than they expected. Not a majority, because everything is divided in U. S politics, But, um, he he seems to be beating expectations. So far, it will be interesting to see how that Sort of plays out in politics. More broadly, all right, Jen, you have to keep your eyes open for that one. Andrew, thanks as usual for joining us said to bring us up to speed with what's been happening in the in the U. S. Thank you. All right. Andrew Ramana is senior writer with the Yahoo News. Hey Rafi, President of the Building Football Club, to be the first female president of the oldest football club in the world, and in fact the oldest sporting club in the world, you know, it's such a massive honor. Virginia tree, Ali, You're in trouble. Now. Someone takes saying Melvin's the oldest competitive team in the world, all this professional team of the strikes in the world. Yes, I am going world based on text. Melbourne haven't been competitive for years. Virginia Tree Ali weekday mornings from 8 30 on ABC Radio Milburn. You're listening to night life, Suzanne.

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ABC Radio MELBOURNE

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"tree ali" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Hello, sniffing it out. Detective agency. Mystery is solved. My darling Big Brother customer when he was a hang on did he had been going out with this girl called Tracy's, but I don't know her name, and he wrote some beautiful Only for her. Don't miss this beautiful story of love, heartbreak, laughter and tears as we go looking for Tracy The Friday review today from 12 30 on ABC Radio Melbourne. You're listening to Virginia Tree Ali on ABC Radio Melvin. It's on text interesting that you don't read out those texts that are against the vaccination. I reckon this being in media directive to keep it positive, and you wonder why we are skeptical. And this is well. We are in our late seventies and decided to try the Heidelberg repent vaccination hub without appointments last Monday. It was very well organized, and we were both out with appointments for a second shot in less than an hour. That's a fantastic to hear and good to hear that parts of the system are working. Well, John why ma be happy to hear that? His commander of the covered response that the Department of Health John Good Morning I want to give you one party assistants working well. Look, I think I think the number the parts has just been working. Well, my thanks to the everybody used who came in. He's been coming forward to get backstage there the last few days. And obviously, as of Monday, all of us over there. Just 50 conduce just that at any of the six speculation centers we have now set up. Across Melvin and another centers, so anyone over 50 from Monday can go to those centers. That's right. So so wait very clear message out there from Monday. Anybody over 50 regardless off you know what job you do or where you live in the state. You were able to go to any of the six large scale vaccination centers we currently have set up in Ballarat INGE along and four across across Melbourne. We're also opening up a new center at Cramp Honore schools on Tuesday over there getting my vaccination there on Tuesday on we are opening up some other centers over the over the coming weeks, so I'd really encourage now You know anybody who's 50 and over you can now go your vaccine called Monday and I'm clearly if you've got questions, and many of us do, and rightly so. Simply speech your G P two to get advice about what's right for you, but it's really now time for you to start to make those plans and say I'm going to get this done so we can all move on to do to get beyond this pandemic. Not everyone has a Jeep A of course they can sit down and have that check with and it's often hard to get in to see JP these days. Do you really think the information campaign fully informing people about their risks, their responsibilities, their rights and the benefits of vaccination? Do you really think it's being as good as it could be all of the other? There's always room to do to do more to do better. Virginia and we continue to work closely with our colleagues in the Commonwealth to get as much information out there as we can. But I don't know what information actually ease out there with apart from programs like this, that talk about it, and anything else, what information is there? I don't see ads and I get leaflets in my letterbox. What is there? Yeah, Look, I think I think that the study has been some campaign work that again to the federal colleague colleagues put out a few weeks ago. I think there's another another federal campaign starting I believe next week. So I'm expecting to see much more information out there for to give people your good advice but had to get access, whether it be three or g, p or or through the state clinics. But this is why we why we come on the radio and to your earlier text message, I think is that there's a huge amount of information out there through the media. Through the through the Department of Health website for the federal websites around what had in the vaccination. Yeah, You really can't open a newspaper these days or watch the news without backed is being talked about and I think it's really important. I think it's very important that people have as much information as possible and just understand the pros and cons. I could understand that very, very low risk that are there and Absolutely. At the end of the day. We all have to make a personal decision about what we're going to do. But collectively, if as a society and as a community we don't get vaccinated, then we can't ease off restrictions. We can't open borders and we can't move on with our lives. Why are they covered fragment so many friendly so off the disease in our wastewater across Germany suburbs when we don't have actually have community in fiction? Yeah, it's interesting. And this is why we've been doing all this waste water some because we know there are still bitches covert covert circulating around the community. Now we believe that the vast majority this is mobile. The most likely cause of this is going to be people shedding viral fragments. So Former former positive cases who are now shedding on recognizing me. Sorry, jump in there, John. Even from that long ago, the last time we had a positive case was what 60 days is it But we also have to it. You know, we have today 25 people with covert in in the health hotels in the hotel quarantine system and of course, those people. Once they've cleared their infection, they go back into the community, and but they may continue to shed. This final fragment, So we were always going to have some people who have had coded in a contained environment continuing to shed out in the community, and that's why we see this little protections all over the network. But what we've seen in the North and West and why we have been interested in that and you have places like Fidel Heights and Quarter parking and Taylor's Lakes. Is is that we've seen a much stronger response than we typically seen over the last three or four months where we've had such low on the existing committee transmission on that's what we're saying to those areas. Hey, look, really. We really want to see some good testing numbers in those areas over the next few days. We're also following up individually with the more than 240 Old people for Parma, Close contact. From the purse outbreak a week ago. They're still continuing their isolation and those people who are continued her isolation here in the northwest of our city. They'll be getting extra tests organized for today. Today and tomorrow. What have you heard of what you understand about reports today about the apparent waste and loss of some fires of vaccines because of a lack of coordination in the sending and receiving off them, and also because some people are turning up. Telegraphic. Certainly within the within the state clinic system, which is the only one. I've got Good good visibility on Virginia. You know, we've got a very, very low waisted raised less than 0.1% off are about those is going to waste. That's largely because once we've got all six or seven doses out of the vile, there's a little bit left at the end, and we count back because we do not want a drop of this office off this off the fires or AstraZeneca vaccine to go to waste, So we've got very.

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ABC Radio MELBOURNE

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"tree ali" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"I View new season. No questions off limits. Oh, my gosh, I don't think I should answer that question. Take a front row seat as misunderstood. Australians share their stories and answer questions You've always wanted to ask. I just wanted to be accepted. I want to be part of what everybody else was. I was alive at last The new season of You Can't ask that starts tonight on ABC TV and I've year You're in the chat room with Virginia Tree Ali on a minute chat room today where I hope there isn't a sudden loud banging on the door to the chat room. That's what not only Michael Smith, China across one of these Chinese financial review, but many, many others. Besides in the new China experience on and unfortunately regular basis, the security the intelligence and secret police agencies who come knocking on your door take you away and then perhaps you might disappear. Into one of China's notorious black jails. What was changing in China? When Michael Smith and our very own Gilbert, ALS and others were there at that time? What has changed and why Will China ever be the same again? Mike Smith has written a book on his experiences. The last correspondent dispatches from the front line of Jeez you China, and he joins me now, Mike, Welcome to the chair room. Why did you need to think for having me on? Tell me and take me back to that night after midnight when there was the pounding on the door? Look, it was I've had a pretty sheltered life up until then. So it was quite a terrifying moment side. It's respectable September last year, I've been warned by the Australian government that I should get out of China s o. I had indeed packed my bags. Dr. Ticket it out. The next day, I went off to bed and in the middle of the night there was a knocking at the door. Ran down stays in my boxer shorts still hard to sleep, No idea what was going on, and there were seven uniformed police at at my door, and some of those officers were representing the Ministry of State Security, which is pretty terrifying stuff in in in China. They came into my house and set me down. Fill me with a camera and said I was a person of interest in a national security investigation and I couldn't leave China, So it was pretty. It was a bit scary. The moment you saw those officials at the door when you flung open the door in your half asleep state did you realize immediately what was about to happen? What was going on? I did partly, I mean, you know that the fat in the ambassador that being telling bill of myself that we needed to get out of the country. We still didn't know exactly why or what was going on that that was the problem. It was very confusing. So when they sat me down, I I sort of seed. For about 10 minutes. I feed for the worst. Another Australian Chinese journalist Cheung Lay sheathing detained a few weeks earlier and dumb and I thought, my God, this is it. This is this is gonna happen to me. They going to disappear me? Of course, that didn't happen. They they ended up sort of leaving after about 15 minutes. But you know when you were in very serious trouble Bill had a similar visit Trump from the authorities at the same time. And although they didn't sort of lock us up that nice when something like this happens in China, it's it's pretty serious stuff, and there was in a very silent secret and swift exiting off you both from the country. That's right. It was like it was all very dramatic. And when I still can't believe it happened to me, But some we obviously went into the consulate that the next morning and the decision was made to put both of us under diplomatic protection. So this is you know, this hardly ever happens to a straight in citizens thing in China. It's a very friendly just gonna pose you there when whatever happened to some, you know. Red bag journalist who's been, you know, ticking everyone off with their coverage anyway, Suddenly you're on the diplomatic protection. Well, exactly. That was the argue the whole situation. I mean, Bill and I was sort of way always complained that I'll defect never tell us what's going on. They trying to sort of hide information. And he we are we journalists were part of the cover up still create, because some, you know it was essential. We have to get the lead on the our situation. It would have been Huge news back in the Strider and if the news got out when we were still in China and really would have complicated the negotiations to get us out of there. Have you ever got to the heart of the Why? We I think we have and we didn't know this time. But back in June last year, a zero raided the homes of four Chinese journalists sort of part of the wider foreign interference. Investigation. So of course, no one had told us that at the time when he was still in China, but it really looks like it was teacher tap retribution for for what happened to the Chinese journalists in Australia, Of course, they were actually allowed to leave. Fraley light wrong on Ben sort of I I write in the book. I mean, sources, you know, by both within the Chinese government in the Australian government have had confirmed to me, But, you know, this is actually what happened. This is what was going on here, um, on digital sort of bowls down to that, and we were really just pawns in a political game. Being played between the striker in China. In the end, it wasn't actually anything to do with anything particularly sensitive. I was writing or working on at the time. I think it's intriguing that the subtitle to abort his dispatches from the front line of Ge's New China Because that's essential in K change here. Gene is a really interesting figure, someone who is styling himself as a new Mao. That's right. And when she came into power in 2000 and 12, but I think we really started to see his true colors, probably around the end of 2000 and 17. Just a few months after I arrived, China, he changed the Constitution to effectively allowed him to rule is president for life. They abolished the term limits on On on the Chinese presidency enemies since since then we've sort of seen this sort of creeping authoritarianism on under his rule, a real departure of what we saw under previous latest such a thing, Xiaoping, who sort of really opened up the country on I think this will really sort of accelerated after their pandemic, and China actually emerged from Corona virus. Fairly quickly compared to the West, and I think we were saying that sort of much more confident and emboldened China that on the world stage now and that that's sort of resulting..

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"tree ali" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"tree ali" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"100, Triple two and number. Kate Rafi, president of the Velvet Football Club, to be the first female president of the oldest football club in the world, and in fact the oldest sporting club in the world, You know, it's such a massive honor. Virginia tree, Ali, Are you in trouble? Now, Someone takes us saying Melvin's the oldest competitive team in the world, all this professional taming the strongest in the world and I am going world these antics. Milburn haven't Bean Competitive for years. Virginia Tree Ali weekday mornings from 8 30 on ABC Radio Milburn, There must be one of these AP systems in cute and Victoria because apparently the APP is great when the system commenced, however, When changes were mined the collection. It's not updated. We were two days ahead of the holidays were shot muzzle. Is in it. Mm hmm. Sure. Must love this text. Hi, Trev. I deliberately put out the wrong beans just to see how many paper will follow my lead. I will switch them over later. At the last minute says all night up the ride. So be careful of all might up the road. Be very careful of old made up the road like bug. My good book. Um, you were just humming can see. Shall we just got the standard trading? But I know that the last Charlie, you know, I mention it. It's dumped all the yellow being all the recycling stuff in the landfill anyway. So even when the Been kind out. It just went into the landfill with the red stuff. I think that that had a lot of people concerned because we heard so many stories about that happening. I'm pretty sure enough noticed that that's changed a lot now now that they're able to sort of better And, um, have the glass of writer from the plastics. And now that we do it better that there's a lot less of that happening. There's a really good solution. I saw a film for a Scottish following In Scotland who was in India he saw The Indian people putting plastic balls in the potholes and lighting with Hazel. So those bottles of milk and fill the potholes in the road, so he went back to Scotland and put together a politicizing. Ashamed telling ties is Every kind of rubbish plastic, no matter how poor standards, and now they had that to the road base over this And I get rides beautiful, smooth roads with no potholes because of the long chain polymer in the plastic added to the bitumen. Creates these beautiful roads. I think that that's starting to happen around the world and in Australia. We did a thing on plastic recycling not long ago, and that was one of the things that we spoke about. Yeah, that's great, Great way to get rid of all the older, real low grade rubbish plastic. Another mind just put into the rise and my good roads down a foot off and everybody's happy in the world, and that's what we need. I am in cancer, but we put the grain bin out every week and all tonight with the red and the yellow. They take a photo as they empty you've been And if you put the wrong stuff, you get a warning letter stuck to have been And the next defenses followed with a fun. Fair enough. Do you recycle? Do it properly And then we're all happy overnight this week on the Friday review allies sniffing it.

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"tree ali" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

09:04 min | 1 year ago

"tree ali" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Hmm. What stars for Tina four stars and stars for l to four star. Hey, it's a great week. And thanks for all the Oscar work to see that I mean the nightlife with Is us. Um SE GI joining us? Thank you for the ticks. By the way. The wolf held by Frances McDormand. Was in reference to the light. Michael Wolff Snyder, who died It was a production sound mixer. Thanks to everyone who poured our attention to that as well. Nightlife with Philip Plant on ABC Radio. Kate Rafi, president of the Building Football Club, to be the first female president of the oldest football club in the world, and in fact the oldest sporting club in the world, You know, it's such a massive honor. Virginia tree, Ali, You're in trouble. Now. Someone will take to saying Melvin's the oldest competitive team in the world oldest professional team in the strikes in the world. Yes, I am going Well. This'll antics. Melvin haven't been competitive for years. Virginia Tree Ali weekday mornings from a third on ABC Radio Milburn Tomorrow's news tonight. Let's roam around the country's newsrooms to find out what is keeping him busy. Peter Angelopoulos from the moment Harold Son joins us first up. Paid a good evening. Thanks for joining us. Thank you Feel great to have you with us to small businesses would be given on and precedent and boost their bottom line. Under a big plan to overhaul the states Pay robotics team. That's absolutely right, Phil. We've got a story on the front page of the Hill fronted tomorrow about opposition leader Michael O'Brien pledging to increase the payroll tax threshold from $700,000 to $1.6 million. Now that'll take the living from the most onerous the most generous in the country. So a lot of good sounds coming out of her head out of the opposition tonight. Mm. Okay, formally male student who now has now identified as a female will remain at one of Milburn's oldest Catholic boys colleges with the full support of the school and religious leaders. That's exactly right. So we've got a bit of amazing story here and in the front of that up formally male student who he is now is assumed a female identity. Now she will remain it. Millions oldest school, which is a via college, and we've got quite suicide vehicle into principal William Dougherty. He was written to the parents, so I'm in the the heat off Junior's undergoing significant and courageous, personal journey, and they're getting a lot of the young person's getting a lot of support. From that faculty, and it's something we can all applaud. Don't given up. Where we have these days with inclusiveness. Yes, indeed. One day it all right, and fight from India have now been suspended until the middle of May. Well, that's exactly right. That's something your son is breaking in its addressing the music, stranding all its strength. A lot of that cricket is you want to say fill in India as well. That's surrender story. There are more than 300,000. Infections and die in more than 3000 people losing their lives terrible situation. And so it's spurred the government to basically banned flights from India. Until these may sustain it could possibly extend further than that, but Um, they're bad, but, well, they're baton that 19,000 strange returned from India since the pandemic began, and they were better than 9000, who were trying to get back home and about 650 of those considered vulnerable. So unfortunately, seems like a few. A lot of losses remain stranded in India given given the catastrophe that's unfolding there. Mm Yes, and dude or a better thank you. Thank you. So thank you to to Peter and jobless and jobless from the Melbourne Herald Sun Denny. Other whites from the Sydney Morning Herald also joins us down the other. Good evening. Good evening. The in A rolls has pitched a proposal to split the competition into two conferences and that I would say new teams that it in Brisbane in New Zealand is part of a Old expansion plan. Here we go again. Yeah, well, the plan things have the backing of one of the game's most influential figures, with Wayne Bennett throwing his support behind the concept that would revolutionize the professional game. The general chief executive and the chairman, They've met with several cut clubs, apparently Over the past fortnight to outline the long term vision for the game in regards to expansion and how they can maximize future broadcast rights steals. The general of major source of income comes from its multimillion dollar television deals with the Games. Power brokers tell Ng clubs that channel 10 was interested in pinching the free to Iraq from Channel nine. Um from 2023 1 of the ideas to increase broadcast revenue is already is a radical proposal to follow the American sport conference systems. A move that would be designed to increase rivalries and interest in the sport. Well, so they say Yes. So all of that money actually. All right. Ah, Now the dream O N e MP John Sidoti insisted that he didn't lie or make up evidence as he completed his final day on the witness box. Of a public inquiry into his conduct as an MP. It hasn't been very good time for Mr Saddam. You helped No, I will Hays Bane giving evidence or over five days to the corruption watchdog and shoes. They was his final day. The watchdog is examining if he used his positions position to improperly influence local liberal counselors. The city city of Canada Bay, from 2000 and 11 to 2000 and 18. It's focused on his lobbying to rezone locks and dock five where his parents orange profits property despite experts claiming it was not in the public interest. His repeatedly denied any wrongdoing, insisting that he was representing constituents and shot capers of five dock in his efforts to achieve rezoning as part of the town center. Ray design. So when should they hate related conversation he said he had with one local business owner who wanted to discuss evidence is the Sedalia given to the ICAC. Hey said the conversation took place in the first or second week of the inquiry. The spot the facts. He took the stand for the first time last week. Mm. All right. And the board of Australia Post. It turns out found to get any legal advice or even get a written commitment from Christine Hole. Get that she would stand aside from investigation. Into the watches saga before publicly announcing that she'd agreed to do so. Yes. So it means Holgate is she's now considering legal action against Australia Post over what we know it was a controversial exit as chief executive back in November. Claiming that the chair and lawfully studio down in breach of a contract and need pressure from the Morrison Government A to fire Ethan it inquiry hearing on Tuesday, six Australia Post board members defended their handling of the watches fiasco, agreeing with chair which you do by telling me that we told you it was Oh, no apology by the company and backing his account that she had a great stand aside and phone conversations between the pair. On an afternoon in October in October as me, asshole get down on her part, and since she did not speak to the chair it all that afternoon, the deputy Australia Post chair told the enquiry that legal advice was not necessary when the board met that afternoon for the purposes off, requesting this whole gates stand aside. Mm Yes, it's Not looking so good. All right, Danny. Hello. Thank you. Thank you. Yes. Then you know what from the Sydney Morning Herald and the McCanns with us from the Hobart's Mercury. What is going on in her back? Any good evening? It is. Thank you. Well, a massive civil climb ways by hundreds of people affected by the Donnelly bushfire. Against the woman they claim caused it. Has kicked off in. How about Supreme Court? Yeah, That's right. So, uh On Tuesday. The cases are opened on behalf of nearly 400 people. I think his properties in those the devastating fires that happened in 2013 and I think 193 100 total was lost in the fire. And the opening address huge that the woman called the bush fire by negligently failing to extinguish a campfire inside of tree sucks, but I have a partner and that was during a fire appeared permit period..

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"tree ali" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:15 min | 2 years ago

"tree ali" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Golden State Warriors was considered a strong leader Bill Belichick, Maine and Cam Newton, the starting quarterback of the New England Patriots for the upcoming season, While Newton was also elected one of the three offensive captain by the players, a rarity for first year Patriots player I'm Dan. Sportsmen that your Bloomberg World Sports Update Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day at Bloomberg dot com. Bloomberg Business at hand and Bloomberg Quick Take. This is a Bloomberg business Flash. Well, hello, everyone. It's now 17 minutes past the hour, and we have two markets for you every quarter hour on Bloomberg. I'm Brian Curtis in the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers studio in Hong Kong. Well, it was kind of orderly selling in Europe earlier where we had the cat current traded down, just 4/10 of 1% the dax a little more at 1.4%. But then you got to sell off on Wall Street, which really gets your attention, the NASDAQ down. 5% companies like Apple off more than 8%. What about in Asia? Well, somewhere in between, we see losses in markets of around 1 to 2.5% or so Led by some pretty sharp selling in the sex 200 in Australia, down 2.5% but otherwise in Taiwan just 1% lower Singapore is down 1.3%. And we're looking at Hank's ING index Futures are trading down about 1.2%. So it seems to be not quite such an energetic selloff tape. In Japan. Everything is lower except autos and And components intact and Taiwan. You've got information technology and just about everything down on ly energy and health care are higher and in Australia, every sector is lower. And some news Yum. China is telling prospective investors it will price it's second listing in Hong Kong at $412 per share that puts the company on track to raise $2.2 billion. That price for 112 Hong Kong dollars, which is around 50 us or so it would represent a 4.9% discount to its last closing price. In the currency markets Stoli and 106 18. Not much of a change there the euro dollar 18 51 We touched 1 20 a few days ago, the Aussie 72.7 U. S sense. And that is a look at markets. Let's get a news update with Mark Mills in the newsroom Mark. Thank you. Brian Anthony Fauci, the U. S is top infectious disease expert. Named seven states, mostly in the Midwest that are at risk of a jump in covert 19 cases if they fail to take precautions over the Labor Day weekend, Sunni Oneonta in New York sent students home for the semester after an outbreak as cases Sir John US campuses New York governor Andrew Cuomo said malls and casinos can open September 9th if they have enhanced air filtration systems and observe occupancy limits. Japan's government says it expects to vaccinate the entire country against the novel Corona virus by the middle of next year, according to the Washington Post. But even if that does not happen, the organizers of the proposed postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympics insists the games can proceed, perhaps with limited Spectators, Chinese President Xi Jinping said nothing will come between the Chinese people and the Communist Party that has governed them for more than 70 years. Setting a combative tone at a difficult moment in U. S. China relations. Global news 24 hours a day on Erin on quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries, By Mark Mills. This is Bloomberg. Kathleen, Do you Mark. Thank you so much. Now, let's get back to our conversation with Stephen Glass. He's portfolio manager at Pengana International Equities and Stephen You know, Doug was talking about Robin nomics, and it's something I've been looking at very closely as we get ready for a new prime minister. You mentioned the failures in a note You sent us on. And of course, he did Break the back of deflation. After the lost decade, you note in stock market doubled unemployment conduct a 2.2%. Inflation, you know? So what if it didn't get to 2%? The Fed can't get 22% D. C B can't get to do percent, But I like hearing your one focus on the need for fiscal policy to compliment mantra policy with Javi tried And this idea that we're somehow supporting a lot of unproductive countries around the world with aggressive stimulus on the monetary side. Here. Look, there's no doubt. I mean, in my opinion that all monetary policies really doing now is it's really just pushing up asset prices and allowing companies to survive on capital raise capital rather than earnings. And when you do that, you're not really getting. It's not really capitalism. You know, I think it's quite ironic that we seem to be reverting to a former off. I don't want to say communism search, especially socialism because This is not our capitalism work and there are a lot of companies out there just surviving on basically capital raised very cheaply and this is not how you increase productivity and you know that the world needs. Unfortunately, it's not something that any of us want, but we need a bit of pain to clear this out. To allow productivity. Two people have to reschedule to only the most productive turns to survive, and therefore, that will help on global GDP. But you know, more telling is just what's happening here. You know, not many people own assets. And I said prices go up and its wages on keeping up. What that's doing is making the rich and the rich could survive even greater and this fuel in a lot of social unrest around the world. And so we see it as a huge social issue on DH. You know, something's got to give eventually. But you know, the thing is still ways to make money so we can you know it's easy, anyone Down and just point out all the risk in the world. But we're actually make money and from the way you can do it is you can invest in discount retailers around the world. So dollar General dollar tree Ali Ali outlets. There's a great idea in Israel at the moment called Max Management. That is that is another discovery Tyler and in essence, what I'm saying is he's going to get this modification of consumers want to probably invest in luxury brands. LVMH comes to mind and also an investment discount retailers..

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