17 Burst results for "Victoria New South"

"victoria new south" Discussed on Coronacast

Coronacast

07:25 min | 3 months ago

"victoria new south" Discussed on Coronacast

"So one of the things that Australia has really relied on throughout the hall coronavirus pandemic sci-fi is lockdown as a way of getting a handle on what's happening and keeping cases to a minimum. . We've seen that really happening in Victoria and a few days ago a special envoy from the World Health Organization was talking about how lockdowns shouldn't be the only sort of tool. . That countries used to Cape a handle on the coronavirus and I think that some people in Victoria have sort of used those comments from the WHO as a reason to sort of say, , we should be lifting Victoria's lockdown now but it's a bit more nuanced than that. . Isn't it? ? This nuanced? ? We went into lockdown in March largely to stop the growing pandemic but also to allow the infrastructure for contracting testing to get into place, which , is what the WHO, , who say. . There was an outbreak in Victoria now that I break in Victoria would have killed many many more people had they not to lockdown but in part the outbreak was due to a failure in contracting and testing at that time. . So in many ways, , they fulfilled whol criteria for lockdown, , which is time to get your contact tracing and testing into shape, , and in fact, , through the second wave in. . Victoria that's indeed what they've done some situation where Victoria New South. . Wales are pretty XY Pixie in terms of unknown cases number of cases a day. . Sorry Pixie. . What the hell does that mean some kind of Scottish thing I grew up with meeting. . You know roughly equal fair fair enough trying to get a new phrase into the Australian dictionary from Scotland. . Anyway. . Back to the point the point being. . That, , you said whereas in Victoria roughly equal and the argument is probably quite well made that there's not a lot of reason why you shouldn't have the restrictions roughly the same in both states the problem of Victoria is you don't WanNa let the break off suddenly because people will just start turning up on masters include a beach which means crowding into trams, , etc, , etc. . so you've got up. Do . fairly slowly and carefully, , but the endpoint quite soon could be a similar situation to New South. Wales. . . But we've got to get used to and it's not a trivial phrase a new covid normal. . We promised a few days ago that we were going to stop comparing new, , south Wales and Victoria, , but let's just do it one more time new south. . Wales does seem to have like you say. . Exceed Pixie level of similar levels virus to what we're seeing in Victoria or at least the confirmed cases that are coming through, , and they don't have as many restrictions on them, , and we do know as well that it's probably at least a year before we're going to have any kind of vaccine available to that sort of like what we're thinking of as being a trigger for going back to what we used to have as a normal life is what's happening in New South. Wales. . . Perhaps, , a model for what Ustralia could look like over the next year. . Well, I , think West Australians queenslanders south. Australians . would bridal a that because they've got almost nothing happening and they're saying, , well, , why should we have? ? Wills has belichick focused on new, south , Wales and Victoria for the moment. . But I think it is something that queenslanders and others need to be cognizant off is this something we should get used to what we're talking about here for people who don't live in New South Wales is an outbreak from GP clinic now, , getting used to is different from getting complacent. . So yes I think you gotta get used to the fact that there will be small outbreaks but what we should not do tolerate them and so they're. . They're not to be tolerated and our behavior needs to change in the short to medium term which is. . Continuing careful social distancing. . I believe in new. . South. . Wales. . It should be mandatory mask in public transport just as an extra layer of security. . You don't seem to be going that way and really getting on top of outbreaks and people being prepared to get tested if symptoms are in areas where there are outbreaks and if we can do that, , then we can cope with these outbreaks but we can't just say. . Another outbreak. . Let's move on. . It's another outbreak. . Oh, , this could be the moment where this could be the hotel quarantine equivalent moment that we hadn't. . In Victoria, , whereas if we ignore it is going to get out of control. . So get used to not really be able to deal with yes. . But just quickly on that, , we're talking about being able to be responsive to outbreaks but we see in Shepperton in regional Victoria, , they had a the little outbreak happening there people have told to go on to get tested they've gone to go and get tested. . They've done what's been asked but they haven't been. . Able to access testing this huge queues, , how are we going to be out of style up to these? ? Well, , that's for health departments to sort out, , but they've got to be ready for particularly in rural and regional areas because this is something that you just need one truck driver to have arrived in a place in spread it and we've already seen somebody hiding away in trying to get into Queensland you just need one person and to move into our networks and off. . So <hes> everywhere it's got to be ready and you to be ready for scale up and a plan for scale up so. . Somebody throws a switch and people start with doing and they set up to prop up clinics, , and within a few hours you've got it all going and that's what people have got to plan for and the best thing that can happen is you never have to institute your emergency response, , but your emergency response has got to be really Schmidt and if he wants to know. . More about how we've tooled up for contact tracing, , how good it is, , they listen to yesterday's Khurana cast with Ryan McIntyre where we covered a lot of these issues and that chat with Rhino was so interesting and there was stuff in there that we couldn't fit into yesterday's show. . So we thought we'd bring it back again <hes> in prerecorded form to answer a question from Ingrid. . Where Ingrid's ask if a person who has the virus uses a toilet does the next person inhale the virus spray in the toilet is flushed with the lead up and is the virus in urine faeces? ? Yum. . This is just the sort of question that croquettes listeners love energy with toilets. . Let's have a listen to yesterday's comments by Rhino McIntyre, which , weren't in the krona cast. . So this is a bonus we're talking about. . And toilets on aeroplanes. . We do know that there is a risk with closed transport vehicles with its planes buses. . There's been a number of outbreaks already described on airplanes on buses and other vehicles including A. . A navy ship whether it was a very, , very high tech right? ? <hes> the Theodore Roosevelt in the US. . The risk isn't just from Aerosol, , droplets spread I mean we know that the highest risk isn't people sitting closest to the infected person and that's been born out in previous studies with diseases like to book your license and Maizels. . But the toilet is also respected. . There was one study where they were known infected people on board everybody was wearing a mosque and <hes> one of the people who became infected took the mosque off in the toilet. . So we know that <hes> flushing the toilet can create aerosolize -ation. . Probably. . Less. . So on an airplane toilet because of the nature of those toilets that don't have water swilling around, , but they still would be rissole generation from the flushing action. . So, , the hall toilet is probably highly contaminated. . So even if you wash your hands afterwards, , you could breathe in contaminated aerosols than when you come out even just touching the door handle would be a risk. . So that's that's probably one of the real hot spots on an airplane. . That was Professor Rhino McIntyre who is professor of global biosecurity at Curbing University of New South Wales

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"victoria new south" Discussed on Coronacast

Coronacast

02:55 min | 3 months ago

"victoria new south" Discussed on Coronacast

"Swan it's Friday the sixteenth of October. So one of the things that Australia has really relied on throughout the hall coronavirus pandemic sci-fi is lockdown as a way of getting a handle on what's happening and keeping cases to a minimum. We've seen that really happening in Victoria and a few days ago a special envoy from the World Health Organization was talking about how lockdowns shouldn't be the only sort of tool. That countries used to Cape a handle on the coronavirus and I think that some people in Victoria have sort of used those comments from the WHO as a reason to sort of say, we should be lifting Victoria's lockdown now but it's a bit more nuanced than that. Isn't it? This nuanced? We went into lockdown in March largely to stop the growing pandemic but also to allow the infrastructure for contracting testing to get into place, which is what the WHO, who say. There was an outbreak in Victoria now that I break in Victoria would have killed many many more people had they not to lockdown but in part the outbreak was due to a failure in contracting and testing at that time. So in many ways, they fulfilled whol criteria for lockdown, which is time to get your contact tracing and testing into shape, and in fact, through the second wave in. Victoria that's indeed what they've done some situation where Victoria New South. Wales are pretty XY Pixie in terms of unknown cases number of cases a day. Sorry Pixie. What the hell does that mean some kind of Scottish thing I grew up with meeting. You know roughly equal fair fair enough trying to get a new phrase into the Australian dictionary from Scotland. Anyway. Back to the point the point being. That, you said whereas in Victoria roughly equal and the argument is probably quite well made that there's not a lot of reason why you shouldn't have the restrictions roughly the same in both states the problem of Victoria is you don't WanNa let the break off suddenly because people will just start turning up on masters include a beach which means crowding into trams, etc, etc. so you've got up. Do fairly slowly and carefully, but the endpoint quite soon could be a similar situation to New South. Wales. But we've got to get used to and it's not a trivial phrase a new covid normal. We promised a few days ago that we were going to stop comparing new, south Wales and Victoria, but let's just do it one more time new south. Wales does seem to have like you say. Exceed Pixie level of similar levels virus to what we're seeing in Victoria or at least the confirmed cases that are coming through, and they don't have as many restrictions on them, and we do know as well that it's probably at least a year before we're going to have any kind of vaccine available to that sort of like what we're thinking of as being a trigger for going back to what we used to have as a normal life is what's happening in New South. Wales. Perhaps, a model for what Ustralia could look like over the next year. Well, I think West Australians queenslanders south. Australians would bridal a that because they've got almost nothing happening and they're saying, well, why should we have?.

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"victoria new south" Discussed on Coronacast

Coronacast

05:13 min | 3 months ago

"victoria new south" Discussed on Coronacast

"Now moment we've been criticized. PODCAST being down on Victoria who the all the people who live there are working really really hard to contain the coronavirus, but it has been a really long hod journey for them and they're not hitting the goals that they had set for themselves because they stubborn numbers does Victoria need to rethink the way it's planning to come out of lockdown. Let's just go back I. Think there was a bit of a male coupon. Partly because of the questions would be nice. But also you know wanted to compare Victoria New South Wales. I think the time has come to stop comparing Victoria with new, south Wales There's nothing to be gained really really by saying well, what what's New South Wales doing differently, and you might return to that. Just people have an understanding how how this is done but really what we're talking about here's performance, it doesn't really matter how you do contact tracing you want to send. Three thousand people marching through the streets, asking people whether they've had contact, and that gets you to where you need to be. That's fine or you can do on the phone you can do it via with computer assist doesn't actually matter. The only thing that matters is performance and the performance in Victoria is getting pretty good. The coolmore outbreak was has been largely understood and controlled the chat stone. One is a big one and that's probably how the the virus got into box. Hill Hospital. So this is a cluster based spread and really the two metrics. which is the same every state needs to look at is how much are no spread? Is there how many people were getting the virus diagnosed as positive? Do you know where the caught the virus from are and how many don't you know and when you don't know where the virus from how long does it take you to track that down?.

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"victoria new south" Discussed on The Property Couch

The Property Couch

03:48 min | 3 months ago

"victoria new south" Discussed on The Property Couch

"So obviously the stimulus that's coming through in the construction center of the construction sector by the government is doing very well and good job ads Rose 1.6% in August following a 19.5% rise in July. So we will turn our attention to the job ads data that's coming through this month as well. So it's really important to understand where we sit in terms of in awe dog. 2020 there were 109000.1 jobs added compared to 155,000 jobs added in August of 2019. So I'm definitely off our lows which were April where we only saw sixty three point five thousand jobs ads advertised at that time. So starting to improve the odds Bola we did see it have a fairly good run through August, but in September we saw it drifted downwards against the us as more cases of the cold virus spread out. There was definitely a a safe haven flows flowing to the US dollar which put pressure on on the Australian dollar against the US and so that's why we've seen the Australian dollar come down towards 70% $0.70 Mark in terms of what we're actually seeing is that most Economist and banks are forecasting that the a the Australian dollar will move higher against the Greenback in the coming wage. As the world digests the economic activity in the impact of the election that's coming up and who win that election as well. So now our long-term Australian dollar versus the Us is around 76 cents would potentially see more of that happening unless we see that intervention by The Reserve governor and the board there in terms of bringing that dollar back down through monetary policy stimulus in terms of consumer confidence in this is coming back to an improving economy Story the week Leroy Morgan survey of consumer confidence showed another Improvement in the latest weeks data ending September 27th, the index left of 1.5% to ninety-five. It's the fourth consecutive week of improvement remembering that a hundred percent is is balance anything above a hundred is a score is an optimistic as opposed to pessimistic view of the economic situation. So we're still there's more pessimists a knob. Stay out there, but that also is improving. The other big indicator here is the Westpac Melbourne Institute consumer sentiment index also rebounded in September, um, given that the cases of the covid-19 will falling in Victoria New South Wales the index lifted from 79.5 in August to 93.9 in a September and it's the highest since the covid-19 was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization back in March looking at sentiment across all states rebounded off. It was laid by a 22.3% gain in New South Wales and also in Victoria lifted 14.9% Now they're reading is currently seeing at 89.6 which is the lowest of all states and to put that into context of the highest of all states is Western Australia where their index lifted 18.6% to a an optimistic wage. About a hundred and 1.9. So that's where we all want to head to get back into that positive territory. Now looking at retail spending now retail is an important aspect our economy in employees one in 10 people. It represents 10% That's right 10% of the Ozzy Workforce. So it's important that we get strong Rebound in retail spending..

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"victoria new south" Discussed on Addicted2Success

Addicted2Success

05:24 min | 6 months ago

"victoria new south" Discussed on Addicted2Success

"Talking about the night after I, go has a drunken fleeing by mistake and wants to make sure that nothing comes over agency takes morning after bill I'm not talking about. A personal view, but that's not the point. I'm talking about Tim abortion on demand. Which is not legally or station Estrada. Cinemas Kylian of ocean was on the planet. As many of Victoria New South Wells in Queensland It's being pushed through. And I explained this to people, and they are afraid to speak. But it doesn't matter what GDP's killing by these selling their body parts. which is what's going on? It confronts people when I say that. Please dial it back a bit. Pleased Allah back and bit really. I can't imagine you're sitting in front of rates and you're watching. He's being shoved into the Guess Chambers, and then you said they quietly, and sakes gives me either. Would you still say stop this now? This is the grossest of. Crimes that we can possibly imagine it's run up there and don't let talk about it. When will lead to? And that's what they're terrified of dying our. Global sources. They have told us to censor ourselves. And they have the air of invincibility buying Tibia. This is a lot more muscle them. And the key to successfully taking this country in any country and you limited sewer Elliot. It's about the people. It's not bad running a potty like a tight. You can't run your potty. Democratically had to helping you run a country democratically account. That's the whole point we have to empower. People missed all purpose of my book. And the the leadership, because all right, because I couldn't find one book that covered, but the signs of the out of lead. But it applies the lesson supply for its Chief Executive of a global corporation, so a single parent, working two and a half jobs in Ron Rice decent. The lessons are identical because your kids need you to be the best possible later. There is no excuse. And so this is a decades long process that we've embarked upon I. Want to see the end of my work I understand that. But, this is not a bad building, a potty to run the country. This is all purpose of of straight. One of the political party is to help in pal the entire population it'd be able to stand up and govern themselves, said I able to govern themselves if that make sense given earlier discussion. That's the point. In the military, let me explain how that works. There might be confusing to people why you're in politics. Woman ring up the Diet, so don't you want votes? I said No. And it shocked her I. Don't want Vice I'm trying to save the country. Politics is just one way of doing it. So would when you said any tension in the military, it comprises process three pots, purpose method st in-state episodes. Once you WANNA. Do the in state is hey, you know you've succeeded. That's the metrics. As Waddell, anybody in business knows that unless you go tax metrics don't even business you're in a hobby that happens to make money will not. Say so in my case. Purposes decided strident. The in state is a strategy ease sulphur from line. Judeo Christian democracy Jews economically powerful, militarily, intimidating literally free, socially cohesive and culturally vibrant. That's an interesting now. That sounds like a bloody good country May. Have A. Method politics is anyone method, but I have several other methods which are running in parallel with each other which achieve the same objective. So when people say Oh, you'll just a politician. Not. At all I just happened to be sitting up a potty which will be a mechanism or a vehicle? By weeks, strandings can start taking charge of their unlocks, and people say to me. What's the next day I, say she. Into your electorate. Serving you'll. The people in your electric, not serving then. They look at me, quizzically say. He's asking to work. When it comes to voting time, but invite you because you've got the biggest strategy one Nixon divide for you. You're the person that ran the sausage sizzle. Raise money. By the swing set for the Kingston to cancel would. So when they come, divide the voting for you personally know for a brand advice for the brain vote for the man vote for the woman. That's where it lies, and so I told him. That's what you gotta do. Serve Your community, and then you'll be worthy of the event. Am I've had people ring me up in these? Attract some very strange creatures, and they say they'll go fifty thousand dollars. Hundred thousand dollars thrown into Cutie, unlike a number one spot on the Senate ticket place and I smile inside. Thanks for that. Based you can do go you community, and when it comes time to select a candidate. If you serve them well enough, they will fight for you and they opened a strategy one next to your name. That's the way we have to do now. This is gonNA. Take a long time, but where I come with it, a dictatorships squid, but too many people by. So we? Get the right people. Responding to. People that they serve. They have to stifle respond. Twenty, four, seven, three, sixty five, and this is going. Be Smart about these mechanisms in place for example. The way we're going to do it, it's in the constitution which will be out soon enough. We're going to have recall. Elections Recall Elections Coleman in the US, but then also Coleman here strategy what we're GONNA do is this if for a branch prison or an elective prisoner candidate?.

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"victoria new south" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:54 min | 7 months ago

"victoria new south" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"And all kinds of problems associated with no vaccine. The vaccine's not gonna work. Yes, it's gonna work mask, no mask. And 60 minutes is taking a shot at people taking probiotics leaving doubt in their mind. Oh, did they really working is a waste of money. Are they safe? I wrote an article about it that you ought to read and we'll talk a little bit more about that. When we come back from this break, stay with us. You're listening to the doctor Bob Margin show. Paige v. H Honolulu record High Corona virus cases. I'm Joe Chiro Fox News. A number of states are seeing a continuing rise in the number of new cases, prompting some officials to re impose restrictions in Florida rose by more than 10,000 since yesterday. Texas in Tennessee, also recently shattered records for single day increases. And today new details on reopening efforts in New York City. The city will move into phase three every opening tomorrow. And even though the state of New York has seen a huge drop in Corona virus fatalities, Governor Andrew Cuomo is hitting the pause button on reopening endure dining in New York City, He says he's doing this out of an abundance of caution boxes. Christina Coleman, more than three dozen states are seeing a spike in Code 19 the holiday weekend turning deadly in Chicago, 67 people have been shot 30 He killed. Nine of those shooting victims are minors, according to our local station, Fox, 32 including a seven year old girl, who was at her grandmother's for 1/4 of July party when three men got out of a car and started shooting indiscriminately. A few hours later. On the city's south side, a 14 year old boy was killed when several men walked up to a crowd of folks who are in the streets celebrating. And opened fire boxes, Garrett Tenney. No arrests have been made in those shootings. In Greenville, South Carolina, Two people were killed and eight wounded in a nightclub shooting. A spokesman for Iran's nuclear atomic energy organizations is afire. The country's Natanz nuclear facility last week cause significant damage, and he said it could slow down Iran's development of advanced centrifuges. Has been speculation The fire was a result of an attack on the facility and one of the former Minneapolis police officers charged in the death of George Floyd has been released from jail. The Minneapolis Star Tribune reports that two towel posted bond yesterday. America is listing Fox News. There's never been a more critical time. Fox News media is bringing America together. America is watching news and fearless debate on Fox News Channel were invested in you from Wall Street to Main Street to your street With Fox Business. America is listening wherever you are on radio and podcasts, trending the.

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"victoria new south" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

08:19 min | 7 months ago

"victoria new south" Discussed on No Agenda

"Not wearing masks, or having to take their masks soft to drink or heat. This video shows what happens when two people are talking as one person speaks, particles enter the air, and if they carry the virus, it could spread. Has Seen an uptick and covert cases since bars reopened without crowd restrictions, I definitely wasn't taking a sears as I should've Jacob Pan solid student at the University of Iowa says. He was exposed when he shared a jewel with others at a friend's house. You've changed your air now now seeing the effects of it all. Obviously if we just wore mass. Spaced out a little bit farther and not shared a jewel. Is Teens. I hate to interrupt your flow, but I just had a brain storm I. Just had an idea how we can fix everything in one go. To the millennials. And you're a millennial. If you're using a jewel for those, you don't know, that's a vape, the jewel vape. And they're sharing the jewels, which is such a thing with millennials. We can turn this whole thing around. The millennials. What we want is herd immunity. We want people with antibodies. We want young healthy people who can withstand the coronavirus, Cova disease and fan by the way I should mention that they would throughout this report. None of the people were sick. They just had tested positive. They're all freaked out and and report along with the other one report and other reports could also play from NBC. Are Targeting the millennials to we have to note that the media is targeting millennials. They specifically mentioned them in this report wires. This very good point, but they're doing exactly the wrong thing. Think about this. We want her to community. We want that ten to one antibodies which you heard in the previous report from CNBC. It's important that we have a lot of people who cannot spread it anymore. Now would be the perfect time, and we could turn the millennials from the despised group of Shit's to heroes I would personally decorate them with medals being American go out there. Go to bars were opening up. Share your jewel. Swap some spit. Do all your stuff get get the virus and we will reward. You know what we're going to give you money. We will reward you for doing this. Another trillion dollars of modern monetary theory money for the millennials to create herd immunity amongst the entire country that'd be the heroes. Would the whole thing would? They would go down in the history books as having saved the world, even those bullshit, but it would it would be fantastic. NHS. Are. You nuts except the globalist. Now, of course, it'll never happen. I'm just saying a law. Point! How does it help? Get rid of trump. I'm sorry. I was thinking of the country of stupid I'm an idiot. Go all right. Let's Let's play some more of this idiocy. I'm like what she got. Okay on more that they had one more. Definitely Cove it Florida newest. The Floridians are a little different, because even the millennials down, there are kind of arrogant about their health which is Kinda. Actually falls right into play with what you just said. which would be good and they have good. They don't have. Is Not like. California or Texas where you have a bunch of people that are do hand wringers. Worried about everything, so display this. Item Breaking the Florida nearly ten thousand cases in a single day on the heels of nine thousand the day before. The surging numbers and positively rates, prompting the mayor of Miami Dade to close the beaches from July third to seventh. If you didn't close down the beaches for the July fourth holiday, what would the potential outcomes be well? Look what we've seen. We've seen in other holidays like Memorial Day. Two weeks later. We see a spike and so this is something to stop that not everyone on board with that. Decision Bank for me like. Pretty athletic eat healthy workout, you know. I'm not worried about it. Honestly I, just think it's all. Politics and as the number of cases, spikes testing in some areas blocks long in the last two weeks more than ten percent of all tests in Florida coming back positive with young people in particular driving those higher rates, Governor Ron Disentis ordered bars across the state shutdown bar owners breaking news to Patriots. What this will result in is more bankruptcies. The Bar. One of our restaurants here mongers. Planning to move just before the lockdown. They stayed open for curbside now. They've carefully opened up. We're supposed to. move to their new location this weekend and they got lockdown again I I'm today may not make it. It's it's it's, stupid. And I do have one. ATTENTIONAL team so intense yet does that's exactly what Andrew Horowitz's sister thinks? Just played low as dram at this is not a is, but it's a dramatized blurb from NBC a virus invading all areas of society, forcing new an immediate action, the human life hanging in the balance. Human life hanging in the now all human life hang in the balance can prepare that clip of the CNBC clip. It's the same organization this fantastic now. Do you remember that Australia and New Zealand? They were the smartest Mo- photos on the planet. Like, they're not GONNA get it. They locked everything down. They knew what they were doing. Surely you've heard this Hokum Australia, didn't her? Head then what? I know I should. I should mark that time cook. What we have learned from many different conversations one of them with the dog. Maurice the dog. Is that this is much more dependent upon the climate and where you are in which hemisphere etc, because it's just rolling like influenza. And when I saw the following headline. Australia caps toilet roll sales after panic buying I, knew that the it's game on its game on down under, and yeah, they're spiking people dying. It's happening, but even worse. It was sold with plenty of promise. That is a strategist ticket ticket to freedom, so we can get back to the things we love, but so far the one point five million dollar APP has hardly helped. There haven't been new context identified through the use of the five at Victoria New South Wales. South Australia and Tasmania yet to pick up a single close contact from the APP who hasn't already been identified by contact traces. Work and in Queensland and Western Australia. Not One confirmed case. Her downloaded the APP covid nineteen. APP is not working as we hoped it would. Because, too few people have lighted other stateside tracing his easier because cases have painting hotel quarantine boss Victoria the virus is spreading in the community and of the five hundred sixty eight cases confirmed cases up was launched just over thirty downloaded. It will help protect you it help protect your family view. K. Government's not convinced that APPs other right tool and their country. Functioning track and trace. I can't speak to. Does comment. Australia's at doesn't notify. Users only state governments when someone has been in contact with the patient and nine news has been told. In some cases, the APP didn't get any. All Federal. Government. He's out of the APP is Wilson. Broken and seeing the county's like busies limiting how effective the APP could be and says it will be.

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"victoria new south" Discussed on The Property Couch

The Property Couch

12:56 min | 9 months ago

"victoria new south" Discussed on The Property Couch

"This will send me bright What did I do do they just Aaron white until it becomes a more Jane Possession Style and I ended up with God knows what whatever drinks compulsively have at the end? So these are the sorts of issues. It is. You'RE NOT. It's not just one simple thing. It's not just one thing we're concerned about. It needs to be assistant. Tire package needs to be assessed and it needs to be considered and I'm worried that they're doing this on the run and then not properly consulting him. We haven't seen the bill yet. So you know you can only wonder what other surprises will come when we say that propose legislation in detail a minimum just thinking of another example. Where on an honor occupy? And we'll whiteside the SCF EST Betas to sell your house before you buy the property. You don't WanNa be cold out so I go and sell. My property is in Einer occupier. The Fun is property that I absolutely love. It's got attending it but neither Tennessee agreements coming up. it's GonNa put me in location and we're all WANNA rise my family what. This is a great outcome for me. And so has and it's kind of stable and then I realized vitamin and I can't even get into this property now because the tenants decided to just hang around because I have a legal brought to you. No doubt that's new information. Rot that that was policy on the run We all knew about the six month moratorium so I would have put that into my planning but win governments come out. And they just changed the rules to a twelve month moratorium. That's another perfect example of how the free market the market doesn't work well and puts financial consequences onto all parties concerned. I'm glad you raised that as an example Ben because we actually have some some friends some personal friends who had been numb to go and rent and try pop leaving for a bit so that brings it out their family on two others and and indeed that unity agreement was was end end day. Then guys gnarliest end. I want to move. WanNa move back into their family hyme and he's now signed. How will I do that? The the tenant will be able to stay in wake wave so I mean he's already given notice decide he's going. He did that. Prey twenty nine th of March. So you know there's this there's a million and one other. Examples is the Siamese scenarios we could talk through but that's why that six month immediate extension without any qualifications to it. It doesn't work the qualifications you managed to get that Narda seeing before the twenty ninth of March But otherwise the way we read the website and the white we've interpreted the minister's announcement is the Bet Kenan gets STI- for six months. And there's not a thing you can do about it. Tiny seems to be out of step with With the other states petite. It will a Victoria New South Wales. And maybe maybe a little bit of ironically given the The the the median rent in Victoria. And the median rates in. New South Wales. He's is much higher than Queensland. And I the median rent food. Queensland will ran the four hundred dollar Mac and giving it his Nassib stimulus packages advice. Probably put an a main with full respect to anyone. Who's who's doing a tough route so I don't WanNa madge Moslem but it. It would appear the Tha Queensland is the beneficiary of the same stimulus package that is across the country. Given that I've got low. Median rents than the other and yet they're they're out of step with their immediate neighbours. It's a great point. Ross in it's not one that we haven't put to the minister and to the government in actual fact the median rent in Queens on. You don't mind is actually Lola. It's it's three hundred fifty five. Don't listen to better In Queensland and three hundred sixty four three bedroom it is high. We'll be slate Torian various other jurisdictions but you quite rotten and on I don't want to offend anyone using financial distress. That's that's not my. That's not mine but you'll quite rot. The federal government has announced a stimulus package. That is sign across Australia. In terms of the money the job of that is on offer. I'm back we have the benefit of you long of having lower ranch here in Queensland and saw when we think about that mission that that that the website refers to a net many refer to which is that as a general roll up to thirty percent of your income is what you should be dedicating to rental to your mortgage on your Heim. So when you do the sums even if you have lost your job or your hours have been reduced when you take into account. What's on offer at a federal level is and then perhaps you add in what state government is also offering. It does appear that the vast majority who are on that Manian rent level that they will be able to mate if not all of their ranch. Obligation certainly certainly most of the wrench obligations and that was the point. We might Mr Indeed. When they came out with the stimulus package. I had that very same conversation with the minister on a simple. That should fix must of this because I said to him give an Albanian rent given the fence announced that should hopefully a long way that really diffuse the situation and give everyone a lot of comfort and a lot of certainty nets also wa. Wa Start surprised the His permanent UEVA system. Rather than rather than a rent. Deferral it just it really does default logic and I don't know why we left to be unique in Queensland. It's one of the things. I love about his style but in this instance I actually. I'd rather not be here. Nake actually rob be part of the risk. The Tang or it could be counterproductive. Because if you've got a scenario where you landlords to obtain defensive and the tenants have to negotiate with the landlords the landlords Elissa Manubu to that negotiation given that coming from a position of being on the back foot verses that all of the things we've just discussed As both of you have talked about before the majority of landlords do the right things by the attendant. So it seems like The the Queensland government is trying to protect the group which could backfire them through the Cana. Productively of the measures that they putting advice. Absolutely I think I think from from that point of view is this is the two biggest challenges were got in particular by something the tendency assertions do a great job in helping. Amash Ron ruble rot end. We'll agree that that what's In terms of how we can have health health services. And we've got a pretty good cycling. We could always do better. But you know what we want is a safety net that catches fifty seven the population. We need a safety net that catches now vulnerable and that the hottest TV NASA audience. And that's what I think. The tendency is to drain the country. Do a great job in sort of helping high spiteful. Tra- difficult times and I have money to do that. And I have grants and and batches in which I can. I can provide for those people in a very very difficult circumstances old credit to the spice coming back to the point of Batman Seca and a Job. Cape apartments nighttime. It's absolutely able in terms of supporting the vast majority of the tenants who now feel will based on the information being given that everyone should be asking for it relates Because we had a within the peak. Erin with one of the you know. The successful Probably manages up there in coins line and he was signing one of the tenants that that ask for rental assistance was someone who signed up to a rental will rental property who was already on new. Stop so I will already unemployed. And now they're getting double the unemployment by me but I still want a kitten what they rent reduced and so for me. It's like that's that's taking advantage ultimately. You're you're already getting subsidies Double the subsidies we we can't expect landlords today have to big for that type of opportunity to come through rod so that that's the point for me in terms of and dealing with what he's hardship so. I'll probably wanted you'll view from the cues point of view in terms of had had as a property manager when the government's also said you can't make enquiries about the financial situation. Can you share that with us? Look good question. I mean we have been smashed on our advice flying with property managers. So what do I do? How do I? How do I negotiate? The we had put out some documentation in the absence of of anything from government. We put out a document and we set at least of questions that we thought were reasonable questions to ask. The Tenant Minister Brenes made it clear that he doesn't think that's appropriate. We'll just IFA balance and for accuracy So we buy stone. We had read him what he had said. It seems fairly clear to us that. He's original announcement was that you couldn't ask for anything. He's office has now raged at two man. Sayed there certain injured can ask for where get to see exactly what that looks like but some of the examples. They've started his separation certificate so clearly that shows that someone's lost a job but then I've made it clear that actual financial information that's not to be shared so that can be shaded to end up the RT. I in mandatory conciliation side. You do have to wonder band. It's a good question. How was a property manager? They do you go when Mike Representations I decided you send these does my. This is my boss. You know the whole point. Bang of property manager is to give God's to your are not. How will the property management do that because if you have a separation certificate yes that demonstrates that have lost their job? It doesn't necessarily tell you what. How is the incumbent impacted? Exactly like you're not allowed to ask the specific information. I don't know because because on the one hand the website gives that of thirty percent of the income is in general is what you should dedicate to rang so surely we should be able to ask for information and that allows us to make the decision about a couple then. That's beyond guiding principle. Let's look what that means in terms of how much that what that reduction needs to look set is none of that and the other thing. Is that a new south was what they've done. Neri's I've actually introduced threshold requirement. So you can get the benefit of protection better. Fuel income has dropped by twenty five cents and so it is nice threshold test during Queensland's so you know you might argue that you've been impacted by alday. Facetious twenty dollars a week. And then you might go into. Bat Foot. You know a fifty percent reduction. Clearly that's not reasonable any verbal discussion. We'd had with one of his representatives. She had suggested that the guiding principle should be that that's been adopted in the commercial lacing card. Which as you might be aware the way that that works is that the commercial landlord needs to reduce the rant by the equivalent amount. It's it's sort of a proportion test guarding principal and so whatever the business turnover. Whatever that drop is that's the equivalent reduction you have to offer rank and a representative out of the ministers of has suggested that that's good guiding principle. Turn now. That's not on any form website and it hasn't been formally released but again. How do you do that if they're not having to give any of the documentary evidence you need and you're just asked to take them on their word now? A guy wanted to be inflammatory and suggests the tenants allies. But let's also not be naive course. There will be some. It will be some who seek to exploit this and in circumstances where there's a landlord at the other end. Who's got his or her aren't expenses to bear. It's entirely reasonable that you should sigh the Mehta. Consider your your reduction West on need you just.

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"victoria new south" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"victoria new south" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Or IQ tests in trying to persuade a jury to reach a verdict KCBS is Curtis Kim says now a new study is calling many of these tactics junk science it's a term professor test Neil of Arizona State University says accurately describes many of the practices being used in court as an example she cites the divorce case of celebrity couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie the jets in custody to select things like like article thickness of the parent there's all kinds of other cases in which this comes up and the most critical cases our eligibility for capital punishment Neil says there's no call for judges juries and lawyers to be more proactive have to screen out the good from the bad or else it might end up leading an expert testifying about all kinds of evidence with a map that might be pretty shaky or bad plan the report calls for some reforms in San Francisco Kurdistan KCBS the craft beer community is known for not only its creativity but its generosity as well KCBS is Jennifer Hodges says San Francisco beer week wrapped up Sunday with a fundraiser in Santa Cruz County a benefit those affected by the Australian wildfires Selena fire slowly being contained but the rescue of wildfires expected to continue for a long time that's the reason new beau newbie he me a brewing on forty first decided to host the event to raise money for people rescuing animals down under money raised will go to wildlife Victoria New South Wales and Queensland the bigger states in Australia they get a lot of like government funding and a lot more donations towards causes like.

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"victoria new south" Discussed on The Signal

The Signal

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"victoria new south" Discussed on The Signal

"They might have been proud of it but it didn't win the support. They were often so at the next election. Still under Christine Mills leadership they lost votes and lots of them are called her uncompromising and aquatic climate warrior. I think that for a lot of people's Christine rose I- strident hotline BIEGEL and You know she was a very different and Person to Bob. I think that fame out late is off. Political parties have struggled for whatever reason I mean. I think there's a combination of raisins. The the twenty third election was a disappointment for the grains but on the other hand ban lost one senator And and they were in a position to to come back from that which they did was just that Christine Milne was was female. was there all the stuff going on in the potty as well well like I say I mean I think you know that's the other thing thing is that In some ways Christine Milne had to take over from Bob Bram and And stopped putting structures in place to try and pull the POTTY Hoti together and you know she She had a tough time of it. In in a in a short three year stint As the lead of activist on not leaving politics are not leaving the grains. I'm leaving political representation. But for the grains activism activism is everything in an apt of the parliament and I will be there as an activist purple stockings and more dangerous than ever. Thank you Mr President into Richard Dina. Tally and this is a turning point for the party. Because if we're talking about different types of grains Christine Milne and Bob Brown a one type and he is entirely another dinatale he wasn't from Tassie for Stott and just in general. He seemed a bit more mainstream restrained and Brown and milne. I mean he played high level. Ozzy Rules Football Richard Daynard. Hollywood actress mauled. He was a doctor medical doctor from from working. Class Savvy. Melvin Italian background and when he took the leadership in two thousand fifteen said that he would lock the grains to represent represent values which he thought were shared by mainstream values held by a majority of Australians things like marriage equality support for climate action concerned about inequality and he has been ineffective later in the sense that the party has maintained at support would end the most recent federal election second highest vote ever and held all its six seats against the odds despite internal branch warfare at the Victoria New South Wales was respectable mainstream appeal that that really work from that era. Well it's funny because what motive would for him in the in the broader United sort of a Nevada community didn't necessarily wear for him my grains members members and so he was constantly getting criticized from inside the potty for Bain to mainstream Sitting on the left of the body you know our member one comment talking to Jonathan Stray. How the Brisbane City Council after the grain twos who talks about being very wary of piddling suits talking down to people and I think and I think there is some kind of tension around for the grains that are dear off being a professional politician? And I think Richard didn't tell very much was was a professional politician on that on the other hand. You have someone like Jonathan Stray. Who's an activist and is not trying to Play I bought the Wilson and I think that is that speaks to a fundamental tension in the grains About what is the colts right now. I mean I leave the job knowing a guy that all that is a huge privilege to do it that we've achieved a lot that we've had the frustrations shins along the way but the nature of these jobs and again I'll leave a spies annoying tunes knowing of some much support and knowing that you look look at what's going on at the moment we some avow political opponents we grains The my stable engineering united political force. And we'd be given one person. This brings us to advance. Who is going to be the new leader of the grains? Can you tell us what kind of Lleida hey is going to be and where he will take the Potty Adam dance background here is A. Here's from the left of the party. His industrial lawyer. Uh I used to work at slater and Gordon. They all live within locked in Italy. He is from the Victoria kind of POW House of the Party. which which is sort of the locusts has shifted from the in? Tasmania Victoria Victoria at Bain. Through a disappointing state election in two thousand eighteen retain and it's also had its own factional problems affecting their federal campaigns and band. Will I think they will placed iced to heal some of those wounds yet. He's not the activist either and he's cynically you could say he's. He's another united straight workflow from Melbourne. I I joined the lie party at high school and I left at university because live started putting up face for education and putting putting people into so much debt that was inconsistent with my valley's amid the people like my father who's the first person in his family to go to university. We're going to face barriers that no one should have to us as a lawyer. I fought big corporations on behalf of clothing out workers and also represented resented firefighters and even coworkers who are battling with privatization. When you've got this sort of radical mainstream divide within the grains grains buoyed you see on on that spectrum? He is more radical than tally bought. Or I think he's been there for ten years now now He is an experienced negotiator. He does have a tendency to use colorful language so I think sometimes uh-huh Maybe Adam Band. Ken got either the top on the rhetoric. And maybe that's the difference between him and Dana Tally A and that he's more showing the sort of you know activists united sort of bomb trial We'll we'll we'll say that's the signal for today and if you want to get in touch we have an email address it is the signal. ABC DOT MIT DOT venue. We'll be back in tomorrow by so you you've been listening to an A._B._C.. podcast discover more. Great A._B._C. podcasts. Live radio and exclusives on the A._B._C.. Listen APP..

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"victoria new south" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"victoria new south" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"His sister walked away without a scratch Anders was taken to the hospital to be treated for cuts to his face as well as a broken collar bone he also suffered a puncture wound to his neck very heavy rain and thunderstorms have large parts of Australia's east coast dousing some moves fires but bringing a new threat of flooding to some areas there have been downpours in the state of Victoria New South Wales and Queensland which have all been badly hit by the bush fire crisis however fire officials say the rain was helping to tackle some of these widespread blazes fires have been raging Australia since September more than a billion animals and other wildlife have died so far at least twenty eight people were killed thousands of homes destroyed and millions of acres of land are scorched meanwhile the Australian Open begins on Monday players have an additional concern now as a competing tennis is first grand slam tournament of the year Natalie severe heat is the biggest whether obstacle for players at the Australian Open this year they may have to contend with smoke from wildfires burning about a hundred miles away a few players had breathing and coughing issues this past week during the lead up tournament in Australia spectators are being warned by a video board message to be aware that a reduction in air quality is expected if needed the Australian Open venue has three stadiums with retractable roofs and eight indoor courts and rain is forecast for four of the next five days but Michigan CBS news an outbreak of the corona virus in China has left two dead and has also sickened dozens of others leaving U. S. airports on edge as a lunar new year travel boom begins the CDC announcer beginning today three US airports including alley acts will be screening travelers closely from central China for the virus in order to prevent the outbreak reaching the US Cheryl Parker worked alley actually says she supports the efforts to keep passengers safe as long as the CDC is on top of it I'm all for it people traveling from Wuhan China will have their temperature check to be asked about symptoms the CDC says it's part of an ongoing effort to better detect and prevent a newly identified virus that emerging China out last month passengers from behind will be screened at JFK.

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"victoria new south" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

08:38 min | 1 year ago

"victoria new south" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Raymond. Edmunds was born in Melbourne on March. Twelve nineteen forty four as birth. Mother was young and unwed. Edmonds was adopted by a married couple named Harold and to Mavis admins though he wouldn't learn of peace adoption until his teenage years he was the couple's only child and they doted on him leading some of the families relatives to believe he was spoilt and undisciplined. By the time had bins was six years old. He started exhibiting signs of being withdrawn and struggled to connect with others. His harrowed edmonds was a businessman who board and salt farms and he's family often relocated to various towns throughout Victoria. I work in the mid nineteen fifties. When Edmonds was thirteen years old? The family made this sixth move since he's adoption around the same time he's father purchased him a gift an automatic Mossberg twenty two rifle with the fall down grip As a child edmunds had issues with bed-wetting which continued through two. early teens on one occasion. Mavis took her son to to say a doctor for a diagnosis. The Doctor Fan too no physical laws for the problem but noticed that edmonds only had one testicle. He prescribed a drug to treat the issue but light a confessed to Mavis that he had prescribed the incorrect medication one that was used to accelerate puberty navis. Share this information with friends but little else is known about the matter as the doctors records. Were not retained as a teenager. Edmonds didn't form any close friendships with other boys. He's age and was almost exclusively fixated on sex and young women When he was sixteen years old he impregnated a girl who gave the child up for auction at Seventeen Edmonds was seduced abused by an older woman who is a friend of his family? They participated in experimental Linda volant sex and she encouraged him to watch sex acts between herself and her girlfriend. Ease light on. Edmunds admitted that was when my problems started. In the mid nineteen sixties the family resulted in Jahra Wonga township. Roughly two hundred seventy kilometers northeast of Melbourne. Even on the border of Victoria New South Wales. It was there that he met. Lesley Crawford Toll Blonde teenager two years. His junior uh the pair had on and off relationship until Leslie broke up with admins towards the end of the year. They reunited several weeks. Light up and on Leslie Sixteenth Birthday they can save. The child is Louise's parents dislocted men's and often to support their daughter. aww baby themselves but Leslie chose to stay with her child's father in the hopes that could have a happy loft together the couple married in September of nineteen sixty one and moved to a dairy farm where edmonds men sent his father were edmonds was unfaithful to Leslie from the outset of their marriage but was also extremely jealous of any attention share saved saved. When that first child was born he refused to visit? He's Joaquin Hospital and shaped briefly returned to leave with her parents. The couple reconciled again and soon had a second child. EDMUNDS had volant TEMPA. That could erupt at any time on and he often took his anger out on the animals he worked with. He earned a reputation for animal cruelty after he almost Beta cow to death with an iron enchaine an incident that deeply disturbed those who witnessed on another occasion. He killed a farm dog that had taken an instant dislike blocked him in retaliation a furious. Co worker leapt on had been since stabbed him in the arm with Anoff Leslie. Lee was also a victim of Edmonds violence. He bathed and writer often and abused her emotionally and financially by humiliating her in front of other people and withholding money. By the time Leslie was nineteen. She was pregnant. With the couple's the charred every entities taunt she. She walked in on Edmunds molesting three year old daughter Leslie Begin to scream and her husband simply exited the room in silence like he's father Edmonds never stayed in one place for too long by nineteen. Sixty six. Fix edmunds and Leslie lead with three young children on a dairy farm me not nine on a rural area. Ten kilometers west of Shepperton on the evening of February ten nineteen sixty six. The Not Gerry Haywood hand. Bainem at dill went missing edmonds went out for the evening and didn't return. Turn the next morning. Leslie heard the news about the two missing teenagers on the radio and felt a twinge of suspicion wondering during where her husband had been the night before but ultimately dismissed concerns during the investigation into the double double homicide. The police office visited the Fahmi. Not No not to question edmonds. Only to discover he and his family had since relocated to New South Wales the officer indicated. They would alert their interstate cannabis. That Edmund was wanted for questioning but the late wasn't issued further by nineteen sixty eight. Leslie had given up. Any hope that her husband would change. She returned to live with her parents and as punishment edmonds refused to let her have any contact with their children and she didn't say them for four years. Several years slider and men's began a romantic relationship with these living. Hass Kepa Call Lane who had two children by nineteen seventy one. The couple had a child together and moved to the Melbourne suburb of Richmond. Where Edmonds took a job? As a tram conductor he officially divorced wants to Leslie and Married Call Lane by me to retain seventy five edmonds was working as a not patrolman. First security firm in mobilzation suburbs but was eager to relocate again. He moved to a farm in the gibbs land town of officer which was close enough to commute to nobody elven for work at the end of nineteen seventy six. He took another fom shared jaw. Better property in Chelsea Hautes a bayside suburb in Melbourne in south police in Melbourne were notified as soon as the detectives in Sydney matched Ed Benz fingerprints fingerprints to those of Mr Stinky suspecting he was still in Aubrey arrangements were immediately made for investigators to travel there. But before that could happen. He was tracked to a factory in the Melbourne suburb of high. It at seven fifty a M on Friday march. Twenty two to Nineteen ninety-five detectives. Dennis Hannah and Ken Manso went to the factory into instantly. Recognized the man behind the front desk in the full men's office as Raymond Dead Bins. He remained calm as the detectives told him he was being taken into custody for questioning over the murder. Murder of a young shepherd in Kabul in nineteen sixty six at the time. Victorian law only permitted police interviews to run for a maximum maximum of sixty hours. So Tom was of the essence for the detectives. State laws also allowed people to decline having fingerprints or footprints. teiken edmonds consented to both Dodi. He's fingerprints matched those taken from Jerry. Hey Woods vehicle. He staunchly denied any connection into the double homicide. When asked if he had baning.

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"victoria new south" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

08:38 min | 1 year ago

"victoria new south" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Raymond. Edmunds was born in Melbourne on March. Twelve nineteen forty four as birth. Mother was young and unwed. Edmonds was adopted by a married couple named Harold and to Mavis admins though he wouldn't learn of peace adoption until his teenage years he was the couple's only child and they doted on him leading some of the families relatives to believe he was spoilt and undisciplined. By the time had bins was six years old. He started exhibiting signs of being withdrawn and struggled to connect with others. His harrowed edmonds was a businessman who board and salt farms and he's family often relocated to various towns throughout Victoria. I work in the mid nineteen fifties. When Edmonds was thirteen years old? The family made this sixth move since he's adoption around the same time he's father purchased him a gift an automatic Mossberg twenty two rifle with the fall down grip As a child edmunds had issues with bed-wetting which continued through two. early teens on one occasion. Mavis took her son to to say a doctor for a diagnosis. The Doctor Fan too no physical laws for the problem but noticed that edmonds only had one testicle. He prescribed a drug to treat the issue but light a confessed to Mavis that he had prescribed the incorrect medication one that was used to accelerate puberty navis. Share this information with friends but little else is known about the matter as the doctors records. Were not retained as a teenager. Edmonds didn't form any close friendships with other boys. He's age and was almost exclusively fixated on sex and young women When he was sixteen years old he impregnated a girl who gave the child up for auction at Seventeen Edmonds was seduced abused by an older woman who is a friend of his family? They participated in experimental Linda volant sex and she encouraged him to watch sex acts between herself and her girlfriend. Ease light on. Edmunds admitted that was when my problems started. In the mid nineteen sixties the family resulted in Jahra Wonga township. Roughly two hundred seventy kilometers northeast of Melbourne. Even on the border of Victoria New South Wales. It was there that he met. Lesley Crawford Toll Blonde teenager two years. His junior uh the pair had on and off relationship until Leslie broke up with admins towards the end of the year. They reunited several weeks. Light up and on Leslie Sixteenth Birthday they can save. The child is Louise's parents dislocted men's and often to support their daughter. aww baby themselves but Leslie chose to stay with her child's father in the hopes that could have a happy loft together the couple married in September of nineteen sixty one and moved to a dairy farm where edmonds men sent his father were edmonds was unfaithful to Leslie from the outset of their marriage but was also extremely jealous of any attention share saved saved. When that first child was born he refused to visit? He's Joaquin Hospital and shaped briefly returned to leave with her parents. The couple reconciled again and soon had a second child. EDMUNDS had volant TEMPA. That could erupt at any time on and he often took his anger out on the animals he worked with. He earned a reputation for animal cruelty after he almost Beta cow to death with an iron enchaine an incident that deeply disturbed those who witnessed on another occasion. He killed a farm dog that had taken an instant dislike blocked him in retaliation a furious. Co worker leapt on had been since stabbed him in the arm with Anoff Leslie. Lee was also a victim of Edmonds violence. He bathed and writer often and abused her emotionally and financially by humiliating her in front of other people and withholding money. By the time Leslie was nineteen. She was pregnant. With the couple's the charred every entities taunt she. She walked in on Edmunds molesting three year old daughter Leslie Begin to scream and her husband simply exited the room in silence like he's father Edmonds never stayed in one place for too long by nineteen. Sixty six. Fix edmunds and Leslie lead with three young children on a dairy farm me not nine on a rural area. Ten kilometers west of Shepperton on the evening of February ten nineteen sixty six. The Not Gerry Haywood hand. Bainem at dill went missing edmonds went out for the evening and didn't return. Turn the next morning. Leslie heard the news about the two missing teenagers on the radio and felt a twinge of suspicion wondering during where her husband had been the night before but ultimately dismissed concerns during the investigation into the double double homicide. The police office visited the Fahmi. Not No not to question edmonds. Only to discover he and his family had since relocated to New South Wales the officer indicated. They would alert their interstate cannabis. That Edmund was wanted for questioning but the late wasn't issued further by nineteen sixty eight. Leslie had given up. Any hope that her husband would change. She returned to live with her parents and as punishment edmonds refused to let her have any contact with their children and she didn't say them for four years. Several years slider and men's began a romantic relationship with these living. Hass Kepa Call Lane who had two children by nineteen seventy one. The couple had a child together and moved to the Melbourne suburb of Richmond. Where Edmonds took a job? As a tram conductor he officially divorced wants to Leslie and Married Call Lane by me to retain seventy five edmonds was working as a not patrolman. First security firm in mobilzation suburbs but was eager to relocate again. He moved to a farm in the gibbs land town of officer which was close enough to commute to nobody elven for work at the end of nineteen seventy six. He took another fom shared jaw. Better property in Chelsea Hautes a bayside suburb in Melbourne in south police in Melbourne were notified as soon as the detectives in Sydney matched Ed Benz fingerprints fingerprints to those of Mr Stinky suspecting he was still in Aubrey arrangements were immediately made for investigators to travel there. But before that could happen. He was tracked to a factory in the Melbourne suburb of high. It at seven fifty a M on Friday march. Twenty two to Nineteen ninety-five detectives. Dennis Hannah and Ken Manso went to the factory into instantly. Recognized the man behind the front desk in the full men's office as Raymond Dead Bins. He remained calm as the detectives told him he was being taken into custody for questioning over the murder. Murder of a young shepherd in Kabul in nineteen sixty six at the time. Victorian law only permitted police interviews to run for a maximum maximum of sixty hours. So Tom was of the essence for the detectives. State laws also allowed people to decline having fingerprints or footprints. teiken edmonds consented to both Dodi. He's fingerprints matched those taken from Jerry. Hey Woods vehicle. He staunchly denied any connection into the double homicide. When asked if he had baning.

harrowed edmonds Anoff Leslie Raymond. Edmunds Melbourne edmonds Seventeen Edmonds Mavis Leslie Sixteenth officer Linda volant murder Raymond Dead Bins Jahra Wonga township Gerry Haywood Victoria Victoria New South Wales Shepperton Joaquin Hospital Lesley Crawford Harold
"victoria new south" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

08:38 min | 1 year ago

"victoria new south" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Raymond. Edmunds was born in Melbourne on March. Twelve nineteen forty four as birth. Mother was young and unwed. Edmonds was adopted by a married couple named Harold and to Mavis admins though he wouldn't learn of peace adoption until his teenage years he was the couple's only child and they doted on him leading some of the families relatives to believe he was spoilt and undisciplined. By the time had bins was six years old. He started exhibiting signs of being withdrawn and struggled to connect with others. His harrowed edmonds was a businessman who board and salt farms and he's family often relocated to various towns throughout Victoria. I work in the mid nineteen fifties. When Edmonds was thirteen years old? The family made this sixth move since he's adoption around the same time he's father purchased him a gift an automatic Mossberg twenty two rifle with the fall down grip As a child edmunds had issues with bed-wetting which continued through two. early teens on one occasion. Mavis took her son to to say a doctor for a diagnosis. The Doctor Fan too no physical laws for the problem but noticed that edmonds only had one testicle. He prescribed a drug to treat the issue but light a confessed to Mavis that he had prescribed the incorrect medication one that was used to accelerate puberty navis. Share this information with friends but little else is known about the matter as the doctors records. Were not retained as a teenager. Edmonds didn't form any close friendships with other boys. He's age and was almost exclusively fixated on sex and young women When he was sixteen years old he impregnated a girl who gave the child up for auction at Seventeen Edmonds was seduced abused by an older woman who is a friend of his family? They participated in experimental Linda volant sex and she encouraged him to watch sex acts between herself and her girlfriend. Ease light on. Edmunds admitted that was when my problems started. In the mid nineteen sixties the family resulted in Jahra Wonga township. Roughly two hundred seventy kilometers northeast of Melbourne. Even on the border of Victoria New South Wales. It was there that he met. Lesley Crawford Toll Blonde teenager two years. His junior uh the pair had on and off relationship until Leslie broke up with admins towards the end of the year. They reunited several weeks. Light up and on Leslie Sixteenth Birthday they can save. The child is Louise's parents dislocted men's and often to support their daughter. aww baby themselves but Leslie chose to stay with her child's father in the hopes that could have a happy loft together the couple married in September of nineteen sixty one and moved to a dairy farm where edmonds men sent his father were edmonds was unfaithful to Leslie from the outset of their marriage but was also extremely jealous of any attention share saved saved. When that first child was born he refused to visit? He's Joaquin Hospital and shaped briefly returned to leave with her parents. The couple reconciled again and soon had a second child. EDMUNDS had volant TEMPA. That could erupt at any time on and he often took his anger out on the animals he worked with. He earned a reputation for animal cruelty after he almost Beta cow to death with an iron enchaine an incident that deeply disturbed those who witnessed on another occasion. He killed a farm dog that had taken an instant dislike blocked him in retaliation a furious. Co worker leapt on had been since stabbed him in the arm with Anoff Leslie. Lee was also a victim of Edmonds violence. He bathed and writer often and abused her emotionally and financially by humiliating her in front of other people and withholding money. By the time Leslie was nineteen. She was pregnant. With the couple's the charred every entities taunt she. She walked in on Edmunds molesting three year old daughter Leslie Begin to scream and her husband simply exited the room in silence like he's father Edmonds never stayed in one place for too long by nineteen. Sixty six. Fix edmunds and Leslie lead with three young children on a dairy farm me not nine on a rural area. Ten kilometers west of Shepperton on the evening of February ten nineteen sixty six. The Not Gerry Haywood hand. Bainem at dill went missing edmonds went out for the evening and didn't return. Turn the next morning. Leslie heard the news about the two missing teenagers on the radio and felt a twinge of suspicion wondering during where her husband had been the night before but ultimately dismissed concerns during the investigation into the double double homicide. The police office visited the Fahmi. Not No not to question edmonds. Only to discover he and his family had since relocated to New South Wales the officer indicated. They would alert their interstate cannabis. That Edmund was wanted for questioning but the late wasn't issued further by nineteen sixty eight. Leslie had given up. Any hope that her husband would change. She returned to live with her parents and as punishment edmonds refused to let her have any contact with their children and she didn't say them for four years. Several years slider and men's began a romantic relationship with these living. Hass Kepa Call Lane who had two children by nineteen seventy one. The couple had a child together and moved to the Melbourne suburb of Richmond. Where Edmonds took a job? As a tram conductor he officially divorced wants to Leslie and Married Call Lane by me to retain seventy five edmonds was working as a not patrolman. First security firm in mobilzation suburbs but was eager to relocate again. He moved to a farm in the gibbs land town of officer which was close enough to commute to nobody elven for work at the end of nineteen seventy six. He took another fom shared jaw. Better property in Chelsea Hautes a bayside suburb in Melbourne in south police in Melbourne were notified as soon as the detectives in Sydney matched Ed Benz fingerprints fingerprints to those of Mr Stinky suspecting he was still in Aubrey arrangements were immediately made for investigators to travel there. But before that could happen. He was tracked to a factory in the Melbourne suburb of high. It at seven fifty a M on Friday march. Twenty two to Nineteen ninety-five detectives. Dennis Hannah and Ken Manso went to the factory into instantly. Recognized the man behind the front desk in the full men's office as Raymond Dead Bins. He remained calm as the detectives told him he was being taken into custody for questioning over the murder. Murder of a young shepherd in Kabul in nineteen sixty six at the time. Victorian law only permitted police interviews to run for a maximum maximum of sixty hours. So Tom was of the essence for the detectives. State laws also allowed people to decline having fingerprints or footprints. teiken edmonds consented to both Dodi. He's fingerprints matched those taken from Jerry. Hey Woods vehicle. He staunchly denied any connection into the double homicide. When asked if he had baning.

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"victoria new south" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"victoria new south" Discussed on KCRW

"From NPR news in Culver City, California. I'm doi- Lee psycho, tell testifying before the House Judiciary committee today. Acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker says he will not discuss any conversations. He's had with President Trump. When asked if the president last doubt about Michael Collins. Guilty plea Whitaker said this at no time has the White House asked for nor have I provided any promises or commitments concerning the special counsel's investigation or any other investigation. Democratic lawmakers have been questioning Whitaker for more than six hours. Seven more automakers are recalling about one point seven million vehicles to replace potentially deadly Takata airbag inflators. It's the latest round in the nation's largest ever product recall which began in twenty fifteen as Michigan radio's Tracey Samuelson reports. Because of the massive number of vehicles in the recall, the oldest ones being driven in the warmest states where we called. I that's because heat humidity and age increase the risk that the airbag inflator can explode. The inflator explosions have killed fifteen people in the US Subaru tesla BMW, Volkswagen, Daimler, Mercedes and Ferrari are the latest to issue recalls. Meanwhile, there could be thousands of the most dangerous car still on the road unrepaired, including many two thousand one to two thousand and three Hondas and accuracy and two thousand six Ford ranger and Mazda serious tracks there so dangerous. They should be towed. Not driven to a dealer for repair print news. I'm Tracey Samuelson in Ann Arbor. Michigan on Wall Street today, key indexes were mixed. The Dow Jones industrial average closed down sixty three points to twenty five thousand one hundred six that's down a quarter percent. The NASDAQ closed up nine points to seven thousand two hundred ninety eight and the s&p closed up. One point. This is NPR good afternoon. It's two thirty two. I'm Eric Roy with California headlines from KCRW for conservation. And public health groups sued the US Environmental Protection Agency today for approving a permit for a new natural gas fired power plant in Palmdale. The lawsuit filed in San Francisco based US night, circuit court of appeals claims the EPA failed to adequately considered clean energy alternatives. That would keep the valley's already unhealthy air quality from getting worse. California communities against toxic says AB residents already live with some of the worst air pollution in the country. EPA lawyers say they look forward to arguing their position in court. We often hear about drug smuggling across the US Mexico border, but American Australian authorities have revealed a historic bust of suspected smugglers allegedly shipping. A massive hall of narcotics across the Pacific Ocean case to be solved. Dallas has more. Australia's federal police arrested six people this week after US customs investigators seeds nearly two tons of methamphetamine and other illicit narcotics bound from the ports of Los Angeles. And Long Beach to Australia law enforcement says the thirty eight hundred pounds of meth intercepted in the operation is the largest seizure of that drug in US history with an estimated street value of nine hundred million dollars. The drugs were hidden inside metal containers designed to look like loudspeakers the people arrested for Australians and two Americans were apprehended in Australian states of Victoria, New, South Wales. But authorities say the trans-pacific smuggling operation was based out of California KCRW, I'm Saul Gonzales, a legendary West Hollywood adult bookstore. And video shop that has been a safe haven for the LGBTQ community for nearly four decades is closing its doors tomorrow forever as the LA times put it circus of books have survived an FBI rate, federal obscenity charges and complaints from law enforcement, but it could not survive, Amazon or internet, porn Kerry. Karen, and berry Mason opened the store on Santa Monica boulevard in the early nineteen eighties. And didn't think they'd be in the pornography business this long? In addition to gay and straight porn circus of books, sold obscure novels by LGBTQ writers for newspapers science fiction books and even bibles the Mason's daughter. Rachel is shooting a documentary about circus of books. She tells the times it's a time capsule of a different era when being queer was really underground. The Dow Jones dropped sixty three points today, while the NASDAQ edged up nine points, thanks to a late day recovery..

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"victoria new south" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"victoria new south" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

"Barb a white Clark, New Jersey just finished reading killing the SS, very moving as a Catholic. I am trouble to find out the church, assisted Nazis, and as an American that the US government system can understand how they condone those atrocities. All right. It wasn't. The Catholic church per se was members of the Vatican in Rome that aided some SS. The American government was looking to fighting Stalin, and the communists and didn't think that these chasing. These guys was important put some of them on a payroll as you know to spy on the Russians wrong wrong wrong. There wasn't wide coverage of the atrocities at the concentration camps in Germany. K, but it was wrong. Sam Harris, Victoria, New South Wales. Ustralia Bill I purchased all eight killing books, and I'm happy to be a lifetime premium member. That's the deal you buy all eight killing books. You are lifetime premium member no dues the reside to do that. Because of your repechage. Pope Francis directive, talking about people's character and lying of always thought of myself. It's more of Benedict kinda guy whoever Francis. What he said is probably the most important thing of tar papacy. Thank you for providing the information, which I have not repeat seeing reported anywhere else. Basically wasn't reporting where else in the mainstream secular media. The pope says if you bear false witness against your neighbor, which is the eighth commandment. Okay. That is a terrible sin because you're harming that person's life, and how often do we see people? I about other people in our own lives and the news how it's an epidemic in America. I don't know how it is an Australia, but it's an epidemic here lie about people time. And the pope went took. It's a further said look, not only direct lies with gossiping. If you don't know, it's true. And you're spreading bad things about are the people that is terrible. So I did report it, and I'm happy, I did a Marlena Ewing. Korat pennsylvania. What were the exact reasons the Dem's during Obama's reign did not pass immigration law? Do they really even try? I don't know. That's a great question. I don't know how hard they tried bidding. It anything done on them Gration. Though, what's the reason? They didn't get anything done. They had a supermajority. Nobody could block whatever that was. For the Obama probably would have signed it then excellent question, but they didn't. Now, Trump didn't either, but he didn't have a supermajority in the Senate. So they would knock down the legislation. There's the the Democrats don't wanna wall. That's what it all comes down. They don't want the wall Martius Stolz Mesa. Arizona bill. Love the podcast. Never miss a day. But let's get to the real news house. Holly is she your co star. Holly is pacing herself by sleeping, sixteen hours. A day. I when I come back if there is reincarnation, and Shirley MacLean shirts me there is I wanna come back as a corgi Holly right now wracked out over there next week, I will Holly, and I will be sitting here at the desk. So that should be fun.

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"victoria new south" Discussed on MonsterTalk

MonsterTalk

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"victoria new south" Discussed on MonsterTalk

"So there's a statue in Queensland and how well Americans no Australian geography, but. Difference. But the difference between Melbourne we are where the Bundy admission originated in Queensland is sort of one end of Europe to the other geographically. Or you know, you say Mexico to Canada in your Tim's now as where is Europe. Voss geographic distance and in that distance. You're looking at hundreds of different everage countries, which have almost nothing to do. With each other separate languages, separate coaches, separate myths. So when you say the Bundy popping up all around Australia. It's only done that through people. It's not an average only if it existed every with that was an average general if from one place. That once people got it and put it into their popular culture. It spread in developed in a grew in it became other things. So there's a statue of the Bunyip in Queensland that looks like crocodile, which has nothing to do with on you. The don't in the kangaroo Bunyip looks like a luncheon, which is from Broome in Western Australia, which also has nothing to do with the original Bunyip may. So these are all sort of white people developments of the indigenous myth, and we do this. You know, there's examples that we have in general sort of language like kangaroo, for example, is a word that came out of Sydney, and it was a a local would to the animal there. And then the colonies came from Sydney to what's navigator oria with this. Well, I thought was an aboriginal would kangaroo and everage people here had never heard that would. Because here it's coding Cohen. So they shouldn't be kangaroo was the white person would for the animal. And then it became the catchable would. So we we take bridge in a wedge from one place, and then superimposed them in places where I don't belong. And then that I made anything there. Right story back. Kangaroo lending that university will let that was funny to ask you exactly where the statue is should Queensland. So it's. He's in Mel guilty. Question. The word itself is an aboriginal word. I it's not like there's a single tribe called aboriginals is not a universally recognized term across all the originals. Right. Exactly. Right. There is seven hundred average in languages across Australia and most of them are not related to each other most academics before me have agreed that the wood comes from Wimbledon becoming which is on the Murray river, which was the border of Victoria, New, South Wales. I disagree with that. I don't think it came from win but win, but countries the reason why they're saying it came from Wimbledon Emba country is because there was a Bunyip skull which was found Indian forties, which came from Wimbledon NBA county. And that was the very first time to would Bunyip ever popped up in a newspaper when the scallop he'd nobody knew what it was. I came from a farm on the Mary river in Wimbledon but country, they asked the local aboriginal paper. What? Was and I said it was a bunny. So the newspapers have situated the word is being indigenous to this. And so when you look out bunny ups from other academic ships studied on the low side to win the win. The would I disagree? I think that the would it self comes from whether we're on country, which is in Geelong and also Bella rat and the surrounding districts. Which is on the opposite side of the state of Victoria. And the reason I think that is there are a few raisins, but first of all that we had a colonial character here who was escape. From a penal colony. He was a convict and he escaped from this prison camp in eighteen zero three which was on the coastline, Victoria, who was hoping from the to walk to see me, which is not physically possible because. Better fastened Columbus of desert in between. But he figured he escaped from the camp..

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