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Fresh update on "australia" discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:43 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "australia" discussed on No Agenda

"Welcome. So how did it go. I have to admit. I was scared at first but then i felt so safe. It was so good to be back things for keeping me safe. I love you so much. I love you too child That's for your kids now when you go back to work if you're in australia don't worry. The government has you covered with their partner. Motorola video surveillance technology will be rolled out next month to help us strain. Businesses maintain social distancing in the workplace powered by artificial intelligence. The system includes contact tracing nineteen mosque detection capabilities without the need for a final up more strident head back to the office and factories. An youtube will be activated on june first to make enforcing pandemic distancing rules developed by motorola solutions spots of island system. Move watched where people walk and where foot traffic is causing context. We will record it and reported for action out of doing all the heavy lifting. So that means you get your billy clubs club action. Artificial intelligence is doing all the heavy lifting so real people. Don't have to watch our video for example. If wearing a mask is a company policy. You'll be flagged by the system when you know wearing one retake our role s petitioners responsible very serious. It'd be persistent motorola. She'll wearing one retake our role s parishioners they're seriously and be particular attention designing products that empower makers and also goes for privacy. Search surveillance take care track people in a crowd. He's the system following a subject in yellow. it works the same way in covert nineteen tracing to close for too long. The system follows the trial mocking detective. If successful it could be a game changer. In the battle to stop the spread of covid nineteen in the news game changer by a tissue of modern. What is that you get a degree in being a practitioner of modern ai. By the way if you have one of these tags put it on a dog and then the dog. Oh him outside the practitioner of ao. I see what you're saying. I still like the reported reported for action like that. That's a good one almost the show title. That's we're going. Practitioners are modern day. I'd be a great show. have long long. Now there's another acronym this another cartoon series which is very troubling. And he's all very troubling. It's disgusting that education department think from los angeles. I don't understand how the public down there can put up with these people. Well their mind controlled their their slaves. It's done there masked up and they can't speak they can hear the don. It's over people who are still adhering. They're lost their lost. That's probably a loss a lot of and we had got a letter. I think it'd be later in one of the letters that came in with a donation they guy says you. I tried to hit people in the mouth. They'd just say we're a couple of conspiracy theorists the two of us would conspiracy. Are we theorizing about. That's what i'd like to know. Well this may answer some of that. This is from a new. A website called awesome eight on some a u. m. s. u. m. dot com. They only have a just a couple of animated videos. There's no about. There's no who the hell are they but they are. Excuse me doing videos like this about our heroes. And when i say heroes who is the number one hero right now in the world when it comes to this comes to what but it comes to cove it and saving us embarrass algae. No the number one hero in the world come on. It's not foudy sh who is really making it all happen. Who is the guy that has humor. Cume the gal that idiot at the world economic forum about dr bill gates bill gates. Here's what if bill gates disappeared. Neri problem i will by many gates and solve the problem. Oh under some firstly. Bill gates is the third richest person bill gates do secured. highly respected. Billionaire will be missed by hm secondly bill and melinda gates foundation is the largest private charitable foundation worldwide. It bill gates disappeared and philanthropy. We'll take a big Thirdly bill gates co founded the giving pledge kieran billionaires pledge at least half of their wealth to philanthropy if bill gates disappeared this wonderful initiative may die down for sleep. Bill gates is a leader in the climate change fight. Bill gates disappeared. Claiming conservation. efforts may take a hit Bill gates has funded many startups working in clean energy. Bill gates disappear. Fossil fuels might make a comeback. Lastly if bill gates disappeared. Warren buffett the famous american investor will nearly miss his best friend. I mean what. What is the message here. Well i think the message is is sinister. I've i've said it on the show before. I think bill so stupid about this whole thing. He was fine with news techy roaming around but ever since the day got pied He changed his whole way of doing things so he doesn't mix anymore. Nobody ever sees him except these phonies. These high end phonies like the guy who headed economic forum and people like that. They don't turn normal. I think his life at risk. And i think this is almost a threat. I think this is a threatening Video he's said he disappears if he disappears if he disappears. I don't like it. I had a a different take on. It would came to mind for me. Was i n rand atlas shrugged too long as your tate. Instead of taking the thing is a threat and it's something somewhat sarcastic you're kagan it series that if bill gates does disappear or goes into the valley of the fog. Those people did gulf. Because we're all the other smart people went gulf then all these things that won't work anymore like this philanthropy stopped now. It's not true. I think they're making the point that if he disappears. Nothing will change. I may have actually written a column about Microsoft in general. I was at pc magazines. Maybe in the late eighties or in the nineties when they're under investigation saying what would the world be like. What if any mike microsoft wasn't here and there were no microsoft products. And i concluded it would be not much different february. Someone else would pick up the slack. We'd have been using a digital research operating system which worked just fine lennox would have been our main desktop. Cpm lennox mint in tremendous pride. And with that. I'd like to thank you for your kurds. Indeed morning to you. The man who put the sea in girl crush on gnome. John c devora. Well before we do that. Oh queer comes got past. Blue ribbon on.

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Is Astra the wrong vaccine for border workers?

Coronacast

04:46 min | 5 hrs ago

Is Astra the wrong vaccine for border workers?

"One of the big milestones we had about yesterday. Was that the oxford astrazeneca vaccine. I devices of that have arrived in australia. Which is something that we've been waiting for. We're in phase one of the role at at the moment and those are the priority people. And i thought that those people were getting the fis at shot. But now we've got the oxford esters shut here. Are they going to be getting that as well and should they be getting that as well. We're in the press release from the prime minister and the minister. They say that they will guess. That's what they say in the press release and in fact the minister himself a week or so ago a press conference said the same thing that there would be a mix of these vaccines and the trouble with. That is an an accord. Chris murray who ahead on seven thirty last monday which he was. Who's the head of the institute for health. Metrics evaluation in seattle is. That astra is the wrong vaccine. If you're looking at borders let's pull back a little bit about what you're trying to achieve and your vaccine strategy are vaccine strategy is really for a country that has lots of covid around in the middle of covid outbreak. Because you want to partake. H care quite rightly aged care. Workers quite rightly you want to get in there and then you want to protect the rest of the population you want to. Doctors nurses people who work in hospitals all that nor question and we still want to do that but if the virus gets in through the borders that's how the virus gets seen it doesn't suddenly pop aged care home or residential care or pop up in the alfred hospital in melbourne. It comes from overseas. We'll come back to the new zealand situation currently in a minute. So the total strategy in the first instance should be about the borders if we can keep our borders secure. The virus won't get in and then we've got time to immunize for safety reasons. The rest of the population and so astro is the wrong vaccine for. That is not the wrong vaccine. I'll get. I want to say up front. I will get the astro vaccine. I'll be happy to get it. It will protect you in severe disease. But it won't necessarily protect our borders. It will against probably against the uk variant. It's not going to protect almost certainly against us at african variant which only showed ten percent efficacy against. We don't know what is going to do against the brazilian variant which shows vaccine escape. And there's the california variant in american various which. Look as if they might be a bit vaccine resistant themselves and so what we should be doing is saying well astra's fine and the scottish artist suggests it's fine for preventing severe disease but that's for a country that we should be covered getting in the first place. So that's about the pfizer vaccine because it stops transmission. More effectively than the astra zeneca vaccine. I it works within three weeks. You don't have to wait. Three months for the efficacy. Second reason is that moderna there is no. There are no data drawn. Skerritt said on chronic is last week for pfizer. But it's almost identical vaccines to madeira and moderna reasonable efficacy against the south african vary not great but much better than ten percent and and it gives stronger immunity faster so for our borders we should be using pfizer and getting quick protection and we should be protecting their households. Because where's it gonna go after they get infected should he be infected. And if it's the south african is going to go to members of their households at a higher chance so their families or flatmates should be immunized with pfizer to and then the third thing that we should be doing which nobody's talking about just wondering why not but when i talk and by the way this is not necessarily me talking actually sounded out on people who know what they're talking about who aren't where willingness to publicly contradict the government. They say es actually what we should be doing and it's largely what new zealand is doing. They are immunizing. their hotel. boorda workers and their immunizing their families. They've had an outbreak which will come to in a minute. The other thing we should be doing is actually having a forward strategy. Which is if you want to get back into australia. Get immunized and we should help them so some vaccine doses could go overseas to australia. Scott send send it over to make sure the co chain right to our consulates and remember. Pfizer is not quite as temperature sensitive as people say. It's it's a problem once you've dominated you've got to get rid of it but it's not quite temperature sensitive as can last for a while so if you're an australian in london paris and new york senate to this german embassy or their physicians. They've got doctors attached and immunize streams. Get them to pay for. It is cheaper than a hotel quarantine and so you. Don't get on the plane until you've had two doses and you waited another two weeks so you're fully immunized

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Fresh update on "australia" discussed on Our Auto Expert

Our Auto Expert

00:25 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "australia" discussed on Our Auto Expert

"7. If you live in Australia, you wouldn't have seen news on one major social media feed for a few days. There's a reason for that, and it could reshape the relationship between news and social media in this country. NBC's Mike. The bus key has the story. Facebook in Australia usually looks pretty much the same as Facebook in any other country. But for a few days last week, the platform looked very different, wrong, unnecessary and heavy handed. That's what the treasurer has labeled Facebook's restriction of all news pages as the fight between the federal government and the tech giant grows. His book turned off the news for Australians last week, news organizations couldn't post to their official pages. Australian residents couldn't share links to news articles. And even if you weren't in the country, Facebook restricted you from posting stories from Australia's news outlets. It was deliberately disruptive and very much achieved its goal. That's David Pierce, editor in chief of protocol, He says. This all started with a hotly debated piece of legislation that's got a very complicated name, the news media and digital platforms mandatory bargaining code, which is a bunch of words that essentially mean The Australian government wanted to pass legislation that they hoped would reset the balance between publishers and big tech companies. Be online platforms are under scrutiny in Australia and around the world for how they handled news content, which is important because social media is where a lot of people get their news. Report last year from market research firm Roy Morgan found 38% of Australians consider Social media their main source of news. That's nearly eight million people stateside. Pew Research finds More than half of Americans get their news from social media often or sometimes this new Australian legislation would require those tech companies to pay news publishers to appear on the platforms at all. Otherwise they'd risk and even heftier payout. They would be required to make deals with publishers. And if they didn't they would be forced to go into arbitration, which means that they would sit with the publishers in the government and the government would decide how much big tech companies should have to pay publishers. This all came to a head last week when it seemed inevitable the bill would pass the law hadn't passed. But it became clear that it was going to in some ways. So Facebook said. Well, okay, here we go and shut off news on Facebook. It wasn't just news that got shut off, either. Certain Australian government organizations got caught up in the band crucial services like fire and Rescue pages. A weather forecaster and even one of Facebook's own pages were wiped from the platform temporarily. Here says the collateral damage was no accident. This is sort of a deliberate move on Facebook's part. Maura's a bargaining tactic than anything to just say like we can remove news and look how bad it's gonna be, and news publishers in the country quickly saw how much of their audience came from just Facebook traffic to Australian news outlets was down about 13%, according to analytics firm Chart beat so with pressure building from all sides. Australian Parliament made some last minute changes to the legislation. The Australian government caved Physically. So there are now new amendments in this media code that say, essentially that Facebook and other companies have more leeway over which publishers they choose to do You deal with swift instead of being forced to do deals with every publisher everywhere, And it says that the government should take into account whether Facebook and Google are good for the news business before deciding if this law even applies to them. By midweek, Facebook had begun restoring news content in Australia, worth mentioning Other tech giants, most notably Google are also on the hook for this, but Pierce says that company took a different approach. It just needs news for the search engine to work. So Googles. Only other move would've been to just leave the country entirely, which you didn't want to do so it wound up making deals. With the publishers in roughly the way that the Australian government would have wanted them to. Google has since announced to deal with News Corp. Which owns and operates a slew of newspapers and TV channels in the country. And though it appears the social media landscape is returning to some form of normalcy down under the incident did catch the attention of some other countries. That's the main reason you're hearing this story from the American Broadcasting Company. In addition to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Yes, there are two separate ABC News is Here, says the international attention is a big part of the reason Facebook acted in such a dramatic way. There are countries like Canada who said explicitly they're watching to see what happens and I think if this had gone through and it had actually brought Google and Facebook. To heal. To some extent, I think you would have seen a lot of other countries. Pick this up pretty fast. So that's why for Facebook, it was important to come out and say, Essentially, we are more powerful than.

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Disney Plus Launches Star, A Streaming Outlet With More Grown-Up Fare

Android Central Podcast

07:36 min | 2 d ago

Disney Plus Launches Star, A Streaming Outlet With More Grown-Up Fare

"Knew that star was launching february twenty third which recording this yesterday. I am in canada. So i have access to it along with australia. New zealand parts of europe in singapore. So a few countries have this new section on their disney plus app. And it's a big deal. It's a big deal for me. Because we get all the wes anderson movies. It's a big deal for some other people because they get like twenty four and richard devine from window. Central is tweeting about how much she loves. Twenty four and jack bowers back baby and all that so. I just wanted to talk about where we are in terms of streaming. I know disney or marvel disney made a big bunch of big announcement this morning On when the next set of mcu in star wars shows will be released on disney plus. And then there's all the other services right. There's hbo max there's peacock there's discovery plus there's Paramount plus. I guess if you want to call that new and all this leads to confusion for people who just want to find the show to watch. So let's start with disney. They now have ninety five million subscribers. They are doing really really well. In terms of expansion into new countries. This new star lodge is a big deal so give us the t. l. Dr if you will of why star launched now and why. It's a big deal for people outside the us lawyers. It's always the lawyers. Yeah i say why did it launch now because this is when they could finally agree on. Okay here's where the contracts in so we can pick things up. Yeah the the. The really oversimplified version is this in the united states. We have hulu and hulu has basically everything. That's not under the five pillars of disney plus in those disney star. Wars marvel pixar in national geographic. Anything outside of that. you what. You're forgetting well. I was gonna say you're forgetting the pillar of twentieth century fox and twentieth century fox which is on hulu so so virtually anything outside of those five pillars in the. Us will find on hulu yes. They're exceptions the problem is hulu is not anywhere in the rest of the world. It's a decidedly american phenomenon and so disney needed a way to get all this content to everybody else in pay by the way they get to charge a little more for it too and that became star the way they first announced it they do it. What other earnings calls last year It was a little like just weird. I didn't even fully understand it at the time and it took a little while to sink in and then the developer not developer days there investor days into simmer november december whenever that was explained. It a little better really. It's just that simple if it's if it's content you can probably find on hulu here in the us it's going to be on star everywhere else. So given that disney twentieth century fox. They bought a. They bought that from fox which was previously a shareholder in hulu disney is now the majority shareholder of hulu. Why can't they just bring hulu to the rest of the world. What is that. I mean i don't know the brand well who owns. Who is the issue there although disney now entirely owns who if i correct right they finish tying their last pieces of hulu like two years ago for for all intents and purposes and there might be somebody with a little sliver but it it's a disney joint partially owned by comcast but they're buying it slowly over the next few years right. Yeah that was an agreement that was made a couple of years ago but But that's why comcast is okay. All of our stuff is leaving hulu at this date because we will no longer have a share in it and it's all going to peacock But yeah the reason that who didn't exist in all these other countries was media streaming lauzon like entertainment and streaming laws vary by country by country. It takes a lot of money to get the rights to a decent amount of shows in places other than the us so it was a matter of hulu. Didn't really have the time or the or the money to spend on investing in trying to build up a catalog and other countries the only other country that hulu is in outside of the united states is japan. And i'm not sure how much longer is going to be there since they're probably going to roll it into star but it's disney had the clout to roll around the disney also already had rights to a lot of these things or the released they in contracts and have the rights back right so it's just easier to bring a new sub domain umbrella underneath disney plus put all the twentieth century fox content in there called star and make it a separate kind of expansion for everybody who already has disney plus. All star is disney. Plus for grownups. It's harder to always you know proper phones not anymore. But that's a. That's a good analogy. Yeah all right. So we we have star. It's got all the twentieth century fox stuff. I think it's got more than that. That's also where a lot of like. Abc television stuff ended up. It's also where a bunch of other like indie stuff that disney and fox had bought up over the years. Anything fox searchlight his ended up in there. That's why it's it's a huge a collection of content. I'm amazed that they were able to get the international rights for those together quickly. Enough for star for the international launches. So the question. I have is is disney. Plus going to host new content in star is that is this where they're going to compete with netflix and hbo for adult viewership or are they still kind of not really aiming at that audience. No actually. I think you've got that right in. It's going to get a little weird because contents can vary by country but you can see that a little bit in the in the Release lists you get you get stuff that is decidedly more adult in there and and part of that is just from the content. That's coming out of those houses in the first place. If you look at specifically fx stuff here it's called fx. Hulu it is it is. I don't know that. I'd go so far as to say it's r rated but it's pretty damn close. Fx is yeah fx is definitely not child-friendly content like ninety percent of it like isn't fx. Were archer lives yeah. Fx is is archer archer archers ethics original sort of But yeah we look at the. The new exclusive stuff like fx on hulu like depths. Was one. I loved last year. I thought it was excellent right up until the end and it went. A little off the rails. Mrs america was on there as well. I mean there's stuff that the you wouldn't even otherwise necessarily see on cable but that they're streaming in that fashion. lets them. do you know just a little more than they. otherwise would have And it's not something that you would see on disney plus so this gives them another conduit for that stuff as well. Yeah and the brand new original content is also going. It's going to vary by the audience category. 'cause like anything that's marvel or star wars is not going to be listed under the star brand period. If it belongs to one of those temples it's still going to be disney plus branded and everything starts going to have the both labels at the bottom whenever they're advertising it but it's a matter of if we're going to do original series if it's pg or if it's pg thirteen below it'll probably be disney plus branded and if it's not pg thirteen disney and pg thirteen and up will probably be star

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Fresh update on "australia" discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

01:02 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "australia" discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

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Baarack the rescue sheep gets long-overdue shearing

Paul Murnane

00:44 sec | 3 d ago

Baarack the rescue sheep gets long-overdue shearing

"Case for Bob Rack. The sheep recovering from a super shearing seen by millions on social media. A rescue organization has chronicled Bah racks rescue in Australia. 18.5 million have seen the story unfold on TIC tac alone. Sheep needed cheering. They need this. At least Once a year, Edgar's Mission Farm Sanctuary found the sheep was actually under wait. When they finally took off all that Willie coat £75 of wool. They found a tourney out ear tag near his face. Indicating that he was owned by someone once Ah property maintenance man noticed him on some nearby property and called the animal sanctuary that led to the rescue of the most famous sheep Now in the world at 12 22 at WCBS. We'll check the numbers from

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Fresh update on "australia" discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

01:55 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "australia" discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

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Brittany Higgins Files Police Report on Parliament House Rape Claim

The Signal

05:45 min | 3 d ago

Brittany Higgins Files Police Report on Parliament House Rape Claim

"Almost a not. Australia has been transfixed by the story of brittany hagans. The former political stuff who alleges she was raped in a minister's office inside parliament house more allegations against the same men have followed along with ongoing rounds of recriminations about how badly brittany higgins case was handled all giving rise to the clear impression that something is very wrong in parliament house on stephen smiling. And i'm angie lovelock and today on the signal the case that might just trigger some desperately needed reform women in australian politics. Okay so it's it's been a couple of weeks. Maybe you could take back to the moment when this story broke. Yes so it was the first monday of this sitting fortnight around eight o'clock the morning. This is clear armstrong. She's the national political reporter at the daily telegraph newspaper based in parliament. House in canberra. An article appeared on newstalk today written by a journalist code cement the maiden and she Published the allegations of brittany higgins question of where the parliament housing camera is a safe workplace for women is again in the headlines following allegations that a young government staff member was raped in minister's office in an interview with news dot com dot. Au higgins claimed. She felt forced to choose between reporting the assault to police or keeping her dream job. Britney alleges that she was raped by a maiocco lake in the office of now defense minister linda reynolds and The instant reaction i would say was one of complete and utter shock. This abject failure to provide a safe place of work here in parliament and in politics more. Broadly has got to come to an. I think there is. I called for problem inside this building. I've spoken about it many times. I think for far too long young. Women have copped the brunt of the culture in this place and it's time we cleaned it up often beak political scandal type stories us saved until the monday of a sitting week. Because of course you have all of the politicians in cambra unable to escape the issue which was pretty much exactly why that story was published when it was but then quite quickly became apparent that this was going to be a really huge issue. More than i think what people may be realized at that moment because of course she was also booked. This brittany was also booked to appear on the project that night and give a full kind of unfettered account of what she was alleging. And that's really how it kicked off really starting the week with the most possible drama. I think i've had since. I've been camera eighteen months. Welcome back to this special edition of the project tonight. Claims of ripe roadblocks to a police investigation and a young woman forced to choose between her career and the pursuit of justice. And it all happened right in the heart of our democracy as you said clear. It broke on the monday of the start of this session. But the details of britain higgins allegations relate to twenty nineteen. What does she say happened in. What happened back then when she first talked about it. Yeah absolutely so her. Her allegation dates back to sort of the friday. Saturday of of twenty dead of much in two thousand nineteen And brittany alleges that when she was out at a with colleagues drinking at one point The the man she alleges raped her. She says through the night he'd hurler drink. She realized she was quite drunk. Wanted to home. I notice that he was buying meal out of drinks. And i was just sort of job. Well done kind of broadly being rewarded in a weird way. So would you say you were drunk when you decided to go home obsolete. She says it was suggested that because they lived in the same direction. They should share cab when she was in that cab he said i've got to pick something up from parliament on the way i and she goes along with it ends up being signed dean to parliament. Neither of them have their passes. It's quite light after hours. They have to sign themselves. Will he. signs. Both of the men go into the office. She says she would feel well. She laid down and she alleges that she wake up with with demand on top of that i woke up mid ripe essentially. I don't know why i knew. He was almost finished. But i felt like it had been going on for a while or that. He was done. He was sweaty. I couldn't get him off of me at this point. I started crying fast. Forward to the the the start of the workweek she. She comes to work and immediately. The issue is initially traded as security breach because obviously Linda reynolds was defense industry minister at the time a lot of classified important information potentially in that office so she learns pretty quickly that the male stafa involved in these instant has already been had their employment terminated over these potential security breach and she's brought into a series of formal employment meetings to discuss. What is that time. Believed to be a security breach felt like a disciplinary meeting. It was we've been made aware of the events in that. You guys were here after hours. And you know that's not acceptable She of course then disclosed to her boss when reynolds what she alleged happened to her and that also then led her going to the afp.

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Will vaccines make a difference responding to the next outbreak?

Coronacast

03:11 min | 3 d ago

Will vaccines make a difference responding to the next outbreak?

"I'm health reported teigen tyler and physician in journalists alter norman swan. It's the last corona cast of summer fridays. twenty-six yes. We are on the last current cost of summer. And i feel like i am. Maybe potentially jinxing us by talking about an outbreak. But let's talk about the scenario norman. Where if there was another outbreak in australia. Now that we've got vaccine in the country vaccine which we know is quite effective at preventing disease and infection. Would that change the way. We've been responding to outbreaks in the past year. Yes would and in fact. I think we were probably the first out. Let's talk about. It was called ring vaccination. And it's now part as far as i understand it over the national immunization or vaccinations strategy. So what you do is as you do your contact tracing you would ring-fence vaccination around the person who's got the disease and the people that have come in contact with and maybe even the people that they've come in contact with so primary contacts and secondary contacts and you would do that with the pfizer vaccine because you've got a strong response early and is only three weeks between doses so within three weeks you're fully immunized rather than the astro which might take twelve weeks to get up to that sort of level of antibody response and so a and it's a race against time so that you because the incubation periods five to eight days but what some of the research is showing is that you get an early response to particularly the pfizer vaccine. Maybe even the astro too so you get a pretty good resistance there early on so that would be a good way to respond to outbreaks prior to very large percentage of the population being covered. So when you vaccinate sometimes depending on the disease some vaccines take a couple of weeks before you get an immune response. But then there's other vaccines like rabies. Where if you get bitten and you think that there's a chance got exposed to rabies. They give you a vaccine then. Do we know what the fires a shot does. Whether it's the sort of vaccine that you can give after exposure and give you some protection while it is all about the maths which is the incubation period versus the time for the vaccine to work so smallpox that's how they controlled. Smallpox control smallpox by massimo. Certainly helped but in places such as africa they controlled it by ringfencing and controlling the spread from that and so they find they find a case a main they ring vaccinated around the person with smallpox. So that in for anybody who might have contact come in contact with that person was protected and in that case the vaccine for for the smallpox vaccine worked faster than the incubation period of smallpox. In this case it's lying ball but it's worth doing because it's likely that you would get a responsibility and you're doing two things by this ring. Fencing are ring vaccination. I should call it. You are protecting somebody against severe covid. Nineteen disease the second thing you'd be doing is trying to prevent transmission and you'd hope those two things go hand in hand is a bit of evidence from israel that they do but it's not strong

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OA466: Opening Arguments Blocked in Australia?!

At Liberty

05:54 min | 3 d ago

OA466: Opening Arguments Blocked in Australia?!

"As the people of georgia helped deliver both the presidency and the senate to the democrats. This past election cycle defying the perception that the state was a republican stronghold after stacey. Abrams is contentious loss. In the two thousand eighteen race for governor the effort to stop voter suppression in the state and mobilize black voters ramped up as a result. Black georgians showed up to the polls in droves this past election cycle and turned the state blew one of the activists responsible for this term is latasha brown a political strategist. Who's been working at the intersection of social justice and political empowerment for decades. Latasha is the co founder of the black voters matter fund and bv 'em capacity building institute a movement to expand voter access and build power for black americans particularly in the south. She joins us today to discuss the impact of expanding the right to vote and building a more diverse and inclusive future for the south latasha. Thank you so much for joining us today. Thank you for having me molly. I'm happy to be here. Between mobilizing i. For the presidential election and then for a hugely consequential senate runoff election all in the middle of a global pandemic. I feel like is it safe to say that you had a very busy twenty twenty. How are you have. You had a chance to relax a little bit. what are you saying. It's twenty twenty. It's just been a continuum. It seems like it's been a continual. It is different so i will say i do think that we got a little breathing room and it's not as intense. I think we're starting to fine or at least i am starting to find at least somewhat of a rhythm of how to operate in these circumstances how to give it but we're still in the midst of a global pandemic. We are certainly a different kind of i think political landscape but the fight isn't over matter of fact in some ways it has intensified. You know that whenever there has been progress in this country politically. There's always been backlash and so what we're seeing right now. All across the south and particularly in places like georgia. We're seeing the state. Legislators take up these bills to actually prevent black voters disenfranchised black voters and make it difficult for voters to participate in the process. Given what we were able to accomplish. And so when i think about twenty twenty i will say yes. Twenty twenty in some ways is over but there is a continuum of work that we're doing related to that take a break. I don't know if i've been able to take a fall. Rake i will say i dig into take a breather rights i was able to take a breather and was able to take a week off and really be able to do some kind of i'm not gonna say calming down because i had to sneak in work time to but nevertheless we are in a different phase of the work and i'm really happy and proud of the work that we were able to do in twenty twenty and i tell people i don't know if we're going to remember what happened in twenty fourteen or twenty eighteen twenty. Nineteen what i know for sure. War is that all of the history books will make reference to twenty twenty so was a very significant year. But i also think that twenty twenty one is showing itself that it will also be significant year as well particularly as we're talking about what governance means. Could you tell us a little bit about how you and your organization played a role in twenty twenty. How did you play a part in the history. Books will hopefully report back so part of our organization. When i'm really proud of is while we saw a lot of the work manifest in twenty twenty. This has been a work in progress. I've worked in the region in the south around power building for the last twenty seven years of my life. I long cliff all right. Who's the other co founder of black voters matter and so there's is so interested over two and a half decades. There are different strategies that we've used and worked to try to perfect or really to help support our organizing work and so two thousand sixteen. We both felt it was the opportunity to come together and really create an organization that we could bring some of those best practices together round power building and that ultimately if we were going to break up this kind of structural racism this backwards. What we felt was the precursor for fascism in this country. That fundamentally you could not do that without literally recognizing the role that many of the legislators and the power base in the south play in protecting facilitating trump's power and some of the destruction that we see and some of the structural racism that we see in legislation so we created an organization two thousand and sixteen with the idea that we would build power and the way that we would do that is a couple of ways one that we would certainly address the issue that the south is not. I say this all the time in the south is not read is just been under invested. You know. I think we have shown we have the receipts to show that when you are able to make an investment over time when you able to build out the ecosystem and help tap into the capacity that exists. We can make a difference and so one of our first races before even georgia. That people know us is that we were one of the groups that worked in the two thousand seventeen specially us senate race which was in many ways. People thought it was just an impossible. Long and in some ways it was because in the state of alabama. That's a deeply deeply deeply conservative reactionary right state and so to be able to tap into the opportunity that existed in that year. We want it. We were able to. Our strategy and our strategy was how to connect role communities and rule organizations with urban work.

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The story of Australia and the internet

This Week In Google

02:23 min | 3 d ago

The story of Australia and the internet

"So just to recap long tawdry story of australia and the internet so rupert murdoch who is of course australian and i you know kind of coincidentally also six hundred. He is the Well he's pretty is pretty burs very close very close. Who's love journalism refusal. He started it was his first newspaper. Australian i know he is yes yes he inherited from his father. Oh okay from kevin murdoch. And then he bought sun in brittany brought. Some venture eventually ended up in a battle with with robert maxwell and one that the sun but he built his empire first austrailia and of course now the wall street journal fox He is your post. The times of london does on a media. Baron and apparently has quite a bit of clinton loss in australia. Because he yeah. He convinced the australian parliament to consider a bill which was likely by the way to be Voted on this week and pass that would essentially Establish a link tax to companies like google and facebook co published news snippets. They would not the the value. The sent to newspapers and magazines would not be a compensated. Any way it merely the fact that they're using the content some small amount of that content in their search results or in their links That the parliament said well. We're going to say you got pay for that. Google is the first to capitulate first threatening. We're gonna we're gonna retract search. We're gonna if this passes. We're going to leave australia. Apparently they didn't either didn't work or they didn't. They lost their nerve. Because shortly thereafter they made a deal for paying some unnamed some to murdoch and other publishers thought to be fairly hefty amount of money tens of millions of dollars to the benjamins tens not hundreds tents. All right well but a two platforms times ten times five years or something. It adds up. Buddy was one of those deals where there's a face-saving going on as well because oh we're going to work together we're gonna create stuff. It's going to be a joint venture that kind of thing that i've just here go away. Take some money which is what it really probably is

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An Expert's Guide To Curly Hair

You Beauty

04:33 min | 4 d ago

An Expert's Guide To Curly Hair

"Welcome to. I'm sharon hunt and this week's look dropped by. Guest is the incredible ruby aka the guru of curly and afro hair. Ruby is originally from zimbabwe but nowadays. She calls australia home. The originally self-taught stylist fell into hairdressing by accident. After witnessing friends and families struggle to find someone that understood this strands so she wound up doing it herself in her lounge room eventually she took up an apprenticeship began stalling out of multiple salons before finally opening up her own place. Rooming co in two thousand four room. Be thanks for dropping by. Thanks so much for having me sharing now. When i was a kid i distinctly remember being told if you ate all your crusts. Yo hey would go curly and i really badly wanted. Kelly has a you better believe i was gobbling down the crofton. I of course realize it was an old wives tale. That parents just tell you to eight year food. But i have to say. It's not the only myth that i've come across when it comes to curly hair. So why do you think there are. So many misconceptions about kohl's. I think something is misunderstood. There's a desire to want to make it a lot more palatable to each individual like answer for that very reason people come up with their own anecdotes around what this complex appendage actually is so people come up with so many things now yes i mean you told your cross for me. It was like eat your vegetables. And your hair is going to be straighter. You know what i mean like. Oh my gosh eating those so yeah. I think it's just because people really want to understand something that is complex and so yet this is where a lot of myths have come along and i hear them all the time. I've got lots of them to ask you about. Oh let's go. I guess to start with with. Kelly has to understand that. There's not just one type of co run us through just as an overview the different types of kohl's because you can tell by looking at someone calls not the same to the next. So why should you treat them the same one colleague on one hundred percent. So there's three curl types wavy curly in africa's how we sort of break down but then when you're looking at the typing system you've got type two which is wavy and that's lusa curls and there's three subcategories of that you've got to a to b to c and two c would be the tightest within that range and then you've got type three which is curly and within that again. Abc and c. And seeping tighter and then same thing for africa harrah's well after or coyly hair. Because i guess everyone who has coyly hair has an effort background. He is another curly myth. I've come across curly hair. Shampoos a marketing hype and normal shampoos worked. Fine let's start right there fact or fiction fact. They all marketing hive. Well okay no no no let me put it this way curly hair. People shouldn't shampoo their hair. That's a myth. Okay great stafa. Let's start there because that's actually. What's more commonly said trump who your hair. I've heard condition as well really. Yeah stop it. Maybe straight hair. How should you be carrying the curly hair. When it comes to washing its really simple. One of the things that i say to my clients often is you have to get rid of straight hair tendencies right. And how do you do that. It's just simplifying it. And which is part of what we do. We try and simplify everything for our clients. Because if you don't do that it's as though you're eating soup of the fork and that's gonna be very frustrating. And so how do you shampoo we take people through this whole process and it's like pretty much. Get the right shampoo first of all what you need to have the right product. Because not all sham periods would then be the same. Most shampoos actually stripped your hair. Which is why in some way. Yes don't shampoo your hair. I get with people. Come with that myth because it doesn't leave your hair as hydrated but then when you've got shampoo that is specifically designed for curly hair. It's supposed to cleanse but also hydrate to leave your hair feeling very moisturised. Soft supple and clean as well without streaky. Feel that you get when you get a deep cleansing shampoo

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Facebook pledges to invest $1 billion in news after Australia standoff ends

Techmeme Ride Home

01:10 min | 4 d ago

Facebook pledges to invest $1 billion in news after Australia standoff ends

"Facebook is defending its stance in australia saying that it has invested six hundred million dollars just since two thousand eighteen to support the news industry globally and it plans to spend at least a billion dollars or more over the next three years going forward quoting facebook's nick clegg the assertions repeated widely in recent days that facebook steals or takes original journalism for its own benefit always were and remain false. We neither take nor ask for the content for which we were being asked to pay a potentially exorbitant price. In fact newslink's are a small part of the experience. Most users have on facebook fewer than one post in every twenty-five five in your news feed will contain a link to a new story and many user say they would like to see even less news and political content. As tim burners lee the inventor of the world wide web warned. The australian law could make the internet as we know it unworkable. Arguing that it quote risks breaching a fundamental principle of the web by requiring payment for linking between certain content online and quote. Facebook is more than willing to partner with news. Publishers absolutely recognized quality. Journalism is at the heart of how open societies function informing and empowering citizens and holding the powerful to account.

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Facebook to lift Australia news ban, pay media companies for content

Daily Tech News Show

02:09 min | 5 d ago

Facebook to lift Australia news ban, pay media companies for content

"A little bit about peace in australia. The australian government has agreed to amendments to its proposed media code and facebook says that within the coming days it will no longer block australia new sources on its platform. The amendments are going to change four things about the news media and digital platforms mandatory bargaining code. That's the one that says you have to pay news publishers in australia. If your facebook or google well. It might not apply to facebook and google anymore. The first is about how a platform qualifies for the law. One of the reasons only facebook and google qualified to be subject to the code under its original. Drafting was because of the way. They measured significant bargaining power imbalance. Now with these new amendments to designate. a platform is subject to the code. The government must also consider not only the bargaining power imbalance but whether there are commercial agreements being made with news companies. Already which as we know. Google has done and now it looks like facebook is about to start doing so conceivably the deals google has made could exempt them from being subject to the code at all and facebook makes the right deals. Sounds like maybe they could be exempt from the code. The government now has to give one month notice if a platform is going to be subject to the new code that probably is to give companies time to strike deals and avoid being subject to the law. Companies will not be penalized for striking different deals with different companies. Giving them some latitude negotiate ahead of time and if a platform was subject to the code they now have two months to negotiate a deal before being forced into arbitration so kicking. That can down the road a little even at the very end facebook got to work and reached a deal with seven west media already to provide news. Facebook has a special news section to showcase news partnerships in other markets. Besides australia and it's expected to launch similar features in australia. So seven west. The i expect expect nine entertainment and news corp follow along if this is all gonna go smoothly. The legislation is expected to pass as early as wednesday after which treasurer frieden berg would begin determining which platforms if any it applies

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Facebook 'refriends' Australia after changes to media laws

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 5 d ago

Facebook 'refriends' Australia after changes to media laws

"Is being mended. Josh Fried. Enberg is Australia's treasurer. Facebook has re friended Australia and Australian News will be restored to the Facebook platform. And Facebook has committed to entering into good faith negotiations with a strange news media businesses in seeking to reach agreements to pay Content. Australia agreed to alter our plans Media code that the company said would allow it to retain greater control over what appears on its platform. A world of crypto

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Facebook to lift Australia news ban, pay media companies for content

WBZ Morning News

00:33 sec | 5 d ago

Facebook to lift Australia news ban, pay media companies for content

"Face from Facebook over its decision to ban Australia News sites from its platform. Canada, Britain and some European countries blasted Facebook last week for banning Australian news media from posting stories the shutdown in retaliation over a move to force the tech giant to compensate news outlets for content. But after five days of negotiations, Facebook has re friended Australian government official just fried Enberg, who says there's a new deal, which could set the standard for other countries when dealing with Facebook. Scott Eyman for

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Facebook to lift Australia news ban, pay media companies for content

BBC World Service

00:43 sec | 5 d ago

Facebook to lift Australia news ban, pay media companies for content

"Has resolved a dispute with Facebook about news content. The two sides have been at loggerheads over proposed legislation, which would force tech companies to pay to use news content in Australia. China, Khalil reports from Sydney in a statement. Facebook said the government has addressed the company's concerns about allowing commercial deals that recognized the value. The platform provides to publisher's relative to the value it receives from them, adding that they were now able to restore news pages for Australians in the coming days. The Australian government and the social media giant Have been locked in a standoff as camera pushed ahead with the proposed legislation and made a wide backlash against Facebook's blocking of news content in the country.

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Microsoft, EU publishers seek Australia-style news payments

Daily Tech News Show

00:18 sec | 6 d ago

Microsoft, EU publishers seek Australia-style news payments

"Microsoft announced it will partner with the european publishers council to develop a way for news outlets to get paid by tech gatekeepers microsoft calling for the eu to implement australian style arbitration determine the rates to pay for news content so microsoft coming in on the side of the government against google

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Facebook to lift Australia news ban, pay media companies for content

Techmeme Ride Home

01:05 min | 6 d ago

Facebook to lift Australia news ban, pay media companies for content

"A bounceback from that whole australian law controversy from last week according to app annie. The australian broadcasting corporation's news app was briefly the most downloaded app on the australian app store after facebook's news ban announcement quoting the verge. Facebook's band dramatically shrunk the audience for some australian news outlet sending traffic down ninety three percent the day after the ban was put in place according to nieman lab but abc news responded by adding a banner to its homepage. That said missing our news on facebook. Get the latest news and live notifications with the abc news app since then. The app has risen from the high for hundreds to its current spot at number two whatever the reason readers heading directly to new sources over the social media sites that cannibalize them seems like a positive and other news organizations could potentially take advantage of the ban in similar ways. It's an unintended effect of facebook's hardline. Approach compared to its competitor. Google which struck a partnership deal with three of australia's largest media companies seven west media nine entertainment and news corp for its news showcase and

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Interview With Kimberley Cook

Your Life Program

05:44 min | 6 d ago

Interview With Kimberley Cook

"I have a very special guest who's had Very traumatic life. She was raised with forty years of emotional abuse from a narcissistic mother but through her heart. Perseverance and determination. She's found her way back to a fulfilling life today. Joining me on. My show is a very special self love coach. Kimberly cook who has used the skills of resilience emotional intelligence in self awareness to create a twenty four seven support system and step by step process to help survivors become thrive hours. Kimberly join us on the show. Today you're welcome. It's great to be here. You're here all the way from australia. From adelaide yes yes. I am so welcome. Welcome welcome I wanted to ask you if you wouldn't mind for the audience telling us about yourself and your story in how you became the self love coach in how you have the self love project. How did that all begin. I'm will growing up I didn't realize. I had a narcissistic mother because it didn't know what the word was you know growing up a was just emotionally demented by her Throughout my life. Until i was thirty six she sort of set me up to file in law. If i didn't i didn't have boundaries You know she didn't teach them to me. She made me live by them. But not allowed me to have my own voice and and stuff like that and You know a be thirty six years old and i. I just couldn't take it anymore. She had completely try to control. My life You basically fell in love with my husband tried to do my children and Just took them and just cut off contact with my hometown. Family which then led to me for many many years after that to Leaving out a self abuse. Because i didn't know what was wrong with me. What i deviated to learn a lot about nazism. And and then i just went through the process of Of healing myself at the tolerant knowing what to do and Dimona ten forty nine was not living on this anymore and i it would break my heart to see people suffer through united just being bullied or getting into a relationship that they could get out of. That was unhappy and many many people live with you know without so flow because we were talking back. Then you know you've got to do things for others and put others before you can so clogged was really thing. It was locked tough and often Not i believe that anymore and so flood is very confusing to people. That aren't really what it is. They should be doing To release their trauma and emotional baggage. Because it's very heavy. Yes very very heavy. So let's let's back up just a moment for the audience who might not really understand but because your years of figuring it out you now know what is a north narcissist pathological narcissist. What are some the traits that if someone is in a relationship that's abusive or heart and they don't know what Had noticed the signs explain. What narcissist is well. You know it someone huge encroaches your boundaries or. Do things for them that you don't want to do and they have no consideration. And but it's a continual thing it's Something that although law though tell you a blatant lachey face and then although tell you something and you don't hang on a minute and then you feed that back to them and the dow you know they'll be lucky. That's not what i said. Or that's not what i did or and so then you just become long magor mart laar crazy. Did i just make that open. You know and then when this happens all the time you know you really end up questioning very own self. you're your you're your mentality and There's a different level of narcissism having as a parrot because they're the people that bring you into the world you know other is someone who gave birth to you so you would think i'd be the one to protect julian Not you an and teach you to be strong and You know my mom didn't do any of that and make bad choices and then not pick narcissistic men. So i want gain on. I couldn't have a voice and was A choice alcoholics And things like that and so the stock who just sort of went on and you know when when when someone is emotionally abusing you and putting down and Barking orders it. You and stuff like that. What happens is you. You didn't turn laws and so you instantly emotionally abusing yourself

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How to Fly to Australia Without Getting Bumped

AFF on AIR Podcast

03:54 min | Last week

How to Fly to Australia Without Getting Bumped

"From the past fortnight and fiscally wrecks and virgin. Australia have become embroiled in a bitter price. War ahead of wrecks launching. Boeing seven. Three seven flights between mellon. See in just over a week from monday. The first of march rex will fly five times a day between siemian. Melvin using least ex. Virgin australia boeing seven. Three seven eight. Hundred's rex had started selling economy seats for seventy nine dollars. One way and business class from two hundred ninety nine dollars but last week. Rick steves candidates prices even further to forty nine dollars in economy or one hundred ninety nine dollars for business costs which is kind of unheard of that price includes checked baggage for all passengers and a snack and drink onboard including for economy. Close now that sale ends on the twenty eighth of february and covers travel dates throughout much virgin australia quickly matched with forty nine dollar economy costs and one hundred ninety nine dollar business clawsf as as well traveled during much. Jetstar is now selling nobody flights from thirty nine dollars one way which is even cheaper. Although that price does not include checked baggage qantas meanwhile has reduced. Its economy class ticket. Prices on that rejoicing. Much to one hundred and ten dollars although business class fares during much still quite high at nine hundred twenty three dollars said clearly not matching on price at the moment and pats qantas feels like it doesn't have to match on price because it recently introduced hot meals during Meal times on many domestic routes in economy class and it will bring them back on old remaining routes from next month in addition alcoholic beverages. Complimentary on all qantas flights previously. They were free on. Some routes like sydney to perth or any route of camera. But on other routes like the fullness city fly routes in brisbane to melvin for example that will only free off to four pm on weekdays. The change means that you no longer need to grab six dollars from your wallet. If you'd like a glass of wine or a beer on conan's flight even if you're flying in economy quantities also bring out a limited edition. Centennary henry beer which is brewed by james squire qantas. This week announced three domestic routes which will begin operating on the first of april. The regional subsidiary qantas link will operate the new direct flights between melbourne and coughs. Haba brisbane in coffs harbour and camera to balance byron bay vision. Australia also announced two new routes this week which will be operated over the easter school holidays and maybe extended as long as state borders remain. Open his demand. Those flights will be from melvin to ballerina and from adelaide to the sunshine. Coast qantas invasion astray. We have also both extended the flexibility available on new domestic flight. Bookings with both airlines bookings made any time. Until at least the thirtieth of april can be changed and unlimited number of times without paying any feats until the end of january next year. He can say cheese to cancel for credit voucher without paying any extra fees. Similar flexibility also applies to reward bookings made using frequent flyer points except the e channel say cancelled as for a full refund of the points and taxes without paying any fees overseas now in the national carrier of namibia and was placed into liquidation. Last week all flights were cancelled and bookings were taken down on the namibian government decided that the airlines mounting debt had become unsustainable although covid nineteen has worsened enemy is financial problems. It was already in financial trouble for quite a fees before now there were media reports that any maybe a could immediately declares insolvency back in september of two thousand and nineteen although those were denied by the airline at the time and it continued to operate until now despite fifteen of the airlines. Nineteen routes being estimated to be loss-making enemy. Be a

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OA466: Opening Arguments Blocked in Australia?!

Opening Arguments

03:05 min | Last week

OA466: Opening Arguments Blocked in Australia?!

"Legal advice from a podcast. Hello welcome opening arguments. This is episode. Four hundred and sixty six. I'm thomas that's andrew how you doing. I am fantastic thomas. How're you well. I'm so controversial that i've been banned in the whole continent. Yeah actually that is right. The the australian court justices have Yeah decided to restrict access to opening arguments. We're gonna tell you why. I thought it was just me l. Thank god okay. I tribunal with like the laser handcuffs and the like we sentence you to the phantom zone shears relief though if it's just our show and shit right well before we get to it. cheese our hearts go out to the people of texas. Who are. i can't even. I don't even know that we know how bad it is yet fully because it seems like so much is offline that i'm really scared that it's going to be even far worse than we know right now. Yeah i think that's right. We have ton of listeners and friends and you know our very own theresa gomez lots of people who are in texas who are suffering through This this you know every year once in a century ice storm and my joke from last night. But that's i love it so you and i have are looking into ways that. Oa can help one of the things. That ashley put together that. I'm going to include in the show. Notes is a list of resources and links for folks in texas. A again may not have have but yeah but if you have spotty or intermittent access and and you can get that so or you know if your family members who are elsewhere. I'm going to run down them. Really really quickly I be just a shout out. Jose andres who's like i could. He could he just be overlord of he. He has overlord of her. Yeah ed and his restaurants are amazing. i've been to. I think all the ones that i could get to. So yeah andrea and world central kitchen or down in texas Given out free food if you are without heat. There are warming shelters throughout the state. You can call two one one on your phone. If you have a medical device that requires power you can call nine one one and I've got a list of the warming. Centers that'll be in the show notes there are. I'm gonna include a an article. Ashley pulled from the texas tribune which is The ways that i it compiles bunch of different ways in which You can get help during the storm and then there are to live. Docs one is by the texas civil rights project and if you are in or about the houston area. This is alive dock with resources on open restaurants grocery stores gas stations hotels

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"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

05:46 min | Last week

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"There's a massive coal to get that removed because there's no checks and balances to to even that out so there's no one who say the chief health officer isn't elected in and hakin assign a health officer to site right. Sorry i've just had. It confirmed one hundred fifty six one hundred and fifty posse of the health act so the person who decides the medical procedure is not elected in the person who assigns offsite who go at right. You need to have your big time removed. All units had lobotomy or united. Or whatever it is is not elected and doesn't even need to be medical officer. They donate a medical training background or anything that you can pick any joe blow off the street and on top of that. They don't need to identify themselves. Do you think this is something that the health strategy potty is willing to hike up to site we need these to do this democratically. We need to make sure sufficient checks and balances in place to make sure legislation that was released in previous years and under different governments is actually balanced and fair for the strength label yet. What would you make the actually removed. Because there's no room in the life of the society of a free country which is what most people come to australia for is a free country. there's never full Anything like that to exist with somebody comes into your house and forces you read that particular article that your research And horrific there. There are people in the community that have written to us and that have expressed the horror of of just thought of somebody forcing themselves into the house. Removing objects. Like you know pants whatever to and it could. Actually you're saying it could be an official. That's representative of the deputy chief of health. When could actually be a police officer. Because i think it stated or at least somebody mentioned that one of the the concern lettuce to us and so i don't know who brought that in and if they were in their right mind or or what they were thinking and why that snuck in At such opportune. Timing is also an interesting thing so these definitely these things need to be removed and all these other ideas of particular laws. Being passed in the middle of the night without anybody's consensual consultation. That needs to be checked as well. a we. We really know. Who's doing that. And who agrees with the and whoever wrote that would they agreed to that to happen to their family and their family members I don't think they'd be nodding the head right so so we we need famous to to be reviewing the risks Of what we're putting out community through from a mental health state point. I would deteriorate foss because of an declation Even the mosque idea just to go back to that moment there are people that are suffering because they have panic attacks and so and there are people that have medical exemptions but unfortunately when they walk around if they will go into their local shopping centre post office they also suffer because other people are looking at them and discriminating towards them because they're not wearing their mouths very true causing a lot of stress. You again bill. Because of mine said that he had his moss. Dan one day Because he was having trouble breathing while while she was going for a walk and some elderly gentleman blasted him for..

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"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

07:54 min | 2 weeks ago

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"Golden shares his thoughts on the media's response to cry kelly and other challenges to the government's handling of covid nineteen and also a little about the australian elections coming up. So let's hear from is zack is an issue. That's come up in the light of the wfan elections in march. And i wanted to deal with directly. And the trigger in a way is being craig kelly in the media now personally. I'm not a fan of craig kelly. There's a lot of things that he says. I don't agree with. And i've certainly not looked at his facebook page. Viewed his other material but mainstream journalists are being rushing to criticize him. And i listen every sunday morning to the insiders. And that's all i did. In the little section of the program devoted to him was criticized. But you know. I've never heard any of these will respected journalists ask. The simple question is what he saved. Correct barriers simply assumed. Because it's not the line promoted by the older dog's local health authorities in australia that he statements are wrong. That is not good journalism. And this attitude graphically highlighted to tomato the real problem we've had with the covert nodding response in australia as well. As in many other countries we have not been told all the facts as stated in the health australia party. Why out statement the medical response to covid. Nineteen has been directed by people trained in the pharmaceutical paradigm and the politicians and the mainstream media in this country and in many others have just unquestioningly followed. This approach and as a result countries like australia have been denied. The use of well-tested saif inexpensive proven natural medicines for both treatment and prevention and. These are things which have been used by medical doctors and train natural therapists in other countries. And they'd been used by some governments in other countries for example treatments. Now kelly mentioned a range some of which we covered in now statement but to give you some simple examples vitamin d one of the most straightforward and obvious things to give to elderly people especially those in poor health. It has been shown time and time again to reduce the severity of any infections to keep people out of icees intravenous. Vitamin c is a proven remedy to be used in viral infections. Guiding supplementation and other nutritional recommendations have been shown to be of great value and there are other forms of treatment shown in the h- the uae outside now prevention. of course. It's something that i personally have been working with since nodding eighty-five a long time. Our prime minister morrison proudly stated that his government had committed six point three billion dollars vaccines against covert however he was certainly not told that the entire population of australia could have been immunized against covid nineteen by the end of april twenty twenty for around about two hundred million dollars with zero risk of deaths or toxic side effects and with a- demonstrated effectiveness in the real world not in trials that in the real world around ninety percent. So what do we get for essex point three billion why have we expanded six billion dollars more than we needed to on experimental vaccines and untested technology. Which may be of limited effectiveness. I subscribed to lancet and on the sixth of the february this year. There was a letter. Resurgence of covid nineteen in monagas brazil. Despite high sierra prevalence in other words. They looked at people where they done. Blood tastes around. Seventy percent had antibodies for covid nineteen. But the new strain these people were not immune so even though that had an infection with covid nineteen. They were not immune to the new strain. That's over in brazil and this has got obvious consequences for vaccines of course because vaccine. July interlocken key approach the strain used in the vaccine has to be pretty much able to lock and key with strain in the community otherwise it doesn't provide protection and the twenty-three authors of the article said all the letter said this was unexpected and of concern. And if you want to follow this up yourself you can look at the lancet references. So where does the health astrid your party stand on vaccination. We've been accused. Incorrectly of being an anti vaccine party was happened at the previous election. Two thousand sixteen and we took the age to the press council of australia. And i agreed that the statement that the agent made the headline that the health australia party was an anti vaccine data. Breach two of the four principles way. Believe an informed choice and specifically if we're talking about covid nineteen if people wish to be vaccinated that should be there right and if want to immunize otherwise not immunized at all certainly not vaccinated then should also be there right without any penalty. We were the first political party to oppose the no job. No pay and no jeb. No played legislations. Because i will not scientific though not based on genuine science and we were the first political party to oppose midi mandatory medical interventions witting including the covid nineteen vaccinations. This does not mean. We're an anti vex party in any journalist or state premier or anyone else says otherwise than that. Ill informed and they are wrong. We support genuine science and that should mean an open honest transparent comprehensive public review of all options regarding topic free of the pharmaceutical filter which has been an is being applied to health matters. Australia asking reasonable questions does not mean. A person is a mindless unscientific. Anti vaccine legislation should be based on genuine science and not biased preconceptions. As is so often the case and was the case with the know jeb no paid no jeb. No play legislations to closed down. Genuine debate is the side of a captured. An important media and a failing democracy not a thriving one the we allowing this. We are allowing this to happen in australia. Which is why the healthiest dryly. Potty is asking you to support our candidates in the march wwl elections until we have people who can stand up in parliament and give simple honest truthful descriptions of health issues we will be a lesser country. Then we should be and that we can be thank you. I hope you have enjoyed listening to this. Episode or the news podcast. Please consider supporting party in building a healthier australia and becoming a member who donating co website www dot l. strategy party dot com dot a u and look for the join us link was a donate link. Thank you for listening and goodbye for now..

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"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

05:44 min | 2 months ago

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"Yeah look forward to that. We'll have to do the the tolkien what it means to be a man. Because i've got no idea to be quite honest. You tell me but in terms of topic and yeah look at his absolutely. He'd shopping but in terms of undue influence upon decision making. It's at a critical point absolutely. And i think they're awesome. You know some great corporate entities out there can think of a couple of companies that have a fantastic culture and a really good imperative and they're trying to achieve good things on. I think that's incompatible. But they're also corporations which are addicted to Boss prophets and i will use the reference some of these things in order to sort of get along in the corporate world but the needs to be much more accountability. And that's something we all need to lobby for. And we can you know as consumers. We can also push that a bit. I think the other thing that's really important is to seek governance have ability because we've seen in coporate people have taken accountability and being charged. Let's say ceo. If they had seen as negligence they could be personally charged. But we need to see that. In governance we need to see a political leaders Be held accountable for the decisions. If they impact the country or the city or their state. what are your thoughts on that as a sort of a final touch. We'll speaking as a private individual in victoria. Wouldn't that be nice. Yeah absolutely on very disconcerted by the mechanisms of accountability when you get raw to the top of political science i think there's really good mechanisms in the public service and the idea and all of these other organizations but when you get to the elected officials and i'm not denigrating them as a whole because i'm either hats in the right place and doing the best job. They can't just very quickly. I think there's almost a childlike assumption in the water electricity size. That every politician will do everything that you expect them to do. And be totally pleasing. They be they'll have to make decisions. You don't agree with but as long as it basically. I think you know we can live with that in situations where they deviate from that. I'm not convinced that we have strong enough mechanisms in western nations in general. There's all sorts of people don to talk about australia. But there's all sorts of paper done abominable things and think just walk away from it it. It's puzzling state of affairs. And something we need to change one asks the question ways. The federal is cic And what's role in this..

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"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

03:20 min | 3 months ago

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"Established. Track real tragedy. And that's been happening since two thousand thirteen and now doesn't twenty these kinds of directives at on top extremely badge and we made to get some accountability for why not controlling this. In the same way as we've controlled all barr says jeeze. I feel like the paypal. Yes you don't need to like the healthy people might snow not makes no sense at all and there was never any justification for when they brought bean. I'm so and until we see that those measures don't work then you don't adopt these jacobean measures that might be needed for virus. Killing healthy people without any mobility in the street in front of us. None of that happened. We don't have any real data to decline this global pandemic united line a serious outbreak of disease australia. We make to get accountability and transparency back. You know. I'm and yeah just totally improve. The integrity of the political process is we must. We must and one more question for you. Judy you live in wnba other any really specific issues from wwl that you feel you would like to be able to apart from what we've talked about. Obviously because you you've got a few measures in place today. That are a little worse than some of the other states. But is there anything specific that you'd like to see change in wma and all of those things that are discussed our problem in w i in corruption in the family called and i think the main thing is that western australia only has one. Newspaper print western australian presenting very biased information. Along a number of issues. And i think if we had some competition to that national piper. I'd love to say that happened to get some more objectivity and anti-vagrancy into the opinions that have been presented because that very much controls the population. Here w i in fact they did a study at one point and fan that mice was destroyed. An looking outside. Of w i get their knees need diversity you've got to or if you've awake and you want some. We've might to see how can another newspaper. Let's reasonable competition and diversities factual a k. Well is there anything you can add for me to tell tell members where we going in w i apart from having a couple of people from health strategy potty as members. That's way we going. You know just like that you know. I'm really passionate about changing a lot of the political barriers that have prevented the public. Having a voice. Critical decisions have been an active with emily. He'd put.

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"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

04:00 min | 3 months ago

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"You've got to have a healthy place to live. You need healthy economy Because without that well we all suffer of democracy And ask society so. I guess with health australia. We've got these five pillars that dr golden has set up a beautiful policies and they cover every aspect. I believe of way we need to work together. Strata back so with Just with our environment judy. way way. do you see Particularly for i because we've got wwl election coming up in five months And it's a very dry country. However in the west held us see the health of our environment fishing in with what you can bring to the west australian table. Well you know. I'd like to see us all. Focus on pollution and making good decisions with the waterways. Good political decisions so that the water isn't either used in certain areas then sorts of things i'd like to look into but particularly focusing on working in harmony with the environment with all due and focusing on reducing pollution which we late to the climate change and all the rest of it so good more discussion around those sorts of issues would be really good. That's a good one because we we We just get so used to what we live in. And we certainly don't breathe pure air all not even close in society. I mean when i think of society i think of a healthy society means a healthy and happy tribe of humans on the planners and i'm really distressed at the rate of suicide secret simpson's covid thing has happened and we don't have a solid who'd society A background anymore. Dewey what will i think we certainly have and then on really distressed to say that you know they all the directives coming with covid actually not just reversed adding shimin health. I have outcomes be human health but even even for the environment you nine more reusable cups. We weren't allowed to use a reasonable nervy that was a problem in came the alcohol sanitizer chemicals in which about the environment and fast and everybody's and they went back to using more piper plates and cups and and so it wasn't just health outcomes that we're invest the actually for the environment as well and we had good solid practices based on years of research all the united health promotion journals and we based our policies on that one good example is in two thousand thirteen. A struggle had really good preventative. Health policies in place when the abbots liberal government came in and they remained three hundred sixty million dollars by destroying that preventative health program. And like you say if you have good nutritional policies on nutrition and preventative. Health and natural remedies. You they're the ones that are good for humanity and health outcomes and baked ziti reducing your health budget absolute and repairs three hundred and sixty million dollars worth of policies that were already in priced preventing disease.

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"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

03:53 min | 3 months ago

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"With that at freedoms disappearing I can no longer say that. We live in democrats not not and we have the prime minister the proud of the fact that he removed the pizza put in place coercive back summation that means many people participate in society Without using a back. Same we can't we want to travel and for for a disease karenna bars two thousand and nineteen that has not been proven to be any worse than a normal flu season and there's no justification for the covid vaccine to come in and this this is a tragedy the well it's it's a crime. I think it is a crime. He's hi k will We could talk all night. Couldn't we about the issue. Because it's i think it's probably five jay. End this upcoming so-called vaccine because it's not what we consider a vaccine. It's nothing like what we've been use to not aren't quite a different thing. Altogether at sets a genetic genetically engineered vaccine. We have had other genetically engineered back science. This one's got messenger. It's also got nanoparticles in that That can collect that will collect people's by metrics which will be stored in the cloud privacy's gone and with no died. Cordless supervised will not. They're hoping to be able to scan people with a liked and to determine if the backside tonight and of course the health cod a be healthcare way. Travel out of australia or across borders may be hard. But you know there's no proven reason to bring these things in and you know we can't call ourselves a democratic country that protects human rights when we giving up the most fundamental human rights that we have and there is my freedom with actions if we come over here injecting into our bodies and we have a government that Acceptable and not a stranger would like to know. And it's certainly something that's with standing up on fighting for absolutely. I will tell you the experience now in the family court system and a spin australia on it's completely corrupted and experienced this corruption firsthand. What do you mean way judy. Our was an expert witness in cases and one particular case. The the government's team blake my appetite to the media which is a criminal offence. And so when i was told and they defamed the in the media with information so the moya's recommended that i Report back to the state and federal police. We tried did in two thousand nine. Nineteen and i didn't get a response. So this where we're administrative the axon issue is not only not being debated when it gets into the courts affidavits late to the media and that court case never went ahead and it was the government's government. Peter mcintyre was brought into that case. That my affidavit was linked to the so instead of defending back in the cords He actually prevented it from. So this is why we're an it's causing a lot of anxiety with parents physician because the government is now linked a maximum of twenty eight thousand dollars to vaccinating with.

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"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

03:10 min | 3 months ago

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"One of the things that I realized something wasn't quite right very early in the pace with this situation with covid was that i was prevented from killing patients. Giving information or advice on how they could prevent or keep their bodies healthy and protect themselves from this virus that we all originally thought was around. Now i could have been fined. Hundreds of thousands of dollars spent five years in jail. If i guide this information to my patients now for made that rang alarm bells because if we have a serious pandemic wouldn't you want all hands on deck. Everybody doing everything possible to keep themselves safe. So that made no sense to me as a practitioner. That's just one directive. All the directives actually didn't make any sense but it's a good exemplary. The regulatory boards has now got control over papal. Who need to keep their jobs. They have to keep the kind of money and hints is tyranny where the the medical board cannot control the knowledge with which people upright and of course every directive that was brought in was the reverse of how you promote health in the community and people are unable to speak up in australia. The regular least china health practitioners regular board prevents people from speaking up. They can get sidelined as nine. We've been going. We need integrity. Brought back into the professions way need transparency and accountability for political decisions. That are being made absolutely. Yes because we lost that heavenly. We've lost that. This isn't the astrology back. We grow up eight academic system and the bullying that i experienced distressing. I am the defamation. That's still out there on all the media platforms and you know and saw debates without signed to debate. Humanity is under attack. So you know it's the funding of the universities and also that it causes it can cost one hundred thousand dollars to do a phd now so this is the sort of thing that's coming to australia. Without any knowledge of my strident because independent media that wants to promote promote the public's interest in those policies. The corporates onset media is what we have in australia and they're not framing issues that are in the public interest in framing the issues to protect industry interest in government policy and not experienced this firsthand and this is why i would like to try and assist in in changing some of the political barriers..

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"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

05:09 min | 4 months ago

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"To be stubbornly educated and informed and start looking at what other parties a present. You look at other minority. It's not just the healthiest riot. Potty and look at what they represent the this if they represent something that you feel strongly towards keep them avar give them a membership. Give them your support. If we represent something that makes you happy and feel like i could be right but there are minority potty. What can they do. We need your support we do. We need more people to to give support for us to be able to do something. We'll be the greatest thing that you never support it now so you know. That's what made me make a decision and and again. I don't see myself as a politician of that like politics but but it's a necessary thing. Yeah you you can't say that about accounting for example and how the business you gotta say. Well i'd like accounting. But i'm going to hire fantastic accountant and i'm going to support human understanding from him because otherwise my business smart survive. I exactly taxation. But i as a business owner. I've got to learn about got understand. Abide by the rules of the taxation. The respect and if i don't understand that i'm going to have a good accountant that can explain it to me and there's lots of things like that in life. You can't stand politics. i'm not gonna do anything about it. I don't think that cuts it anymore. Not after twenty. Twenty it's certainly a different world now that we have right now that we're moving into and we do a to to stand up and dumb jo- the little parties Does cost you to join hill australia. Strategy your she wanted to be a full member. It's twenty five dollars a year but we do have the availability of free membership if you you struggling Join we understand that particularly in these times with so many people. Losing their jobs but And you know as a small party. We need support Financially so that we can do talk to people and and again al would out there so that everyone knows what we're all that as well but this time for people to stand up we can no longer sit back and say she'll be right mate because across the globe she ain't right tonight and injure curry really serious change. We all need to be aware of and to stand up against if you don't like it or if you like it that's that's fine but that's your choice and we need to be able to make that choice. And that's what heals. The strategy parties all the batch. Yeah totally agree and molly on monday here in western australia. There is an event the healthiest tripati. Doing i think emily may have been out. Secretary of state has shade. The fly on the wwl..

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"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

05:10 min | 4 months ago

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"Whole landscape with very different who's gonna challenge when those policies come through who's gonna question why we making this particular change while we posse another low. Don't we have enough laws. Ca we need balance which we don't have any bounce and and we need people to start to care and understand about politics because it is at a lodge level shaping our country and shaving out rules now health as we know it is determined by some of these policies and whole lage's live our economy and and many many many more aspects of our life determined by these policies and at some point have to say it with truth and hand on. I didn't care much for politics. Like i said earlier..

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

04:16 min | 4 months ago

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"Society and our country out freedoms need to be within reason bounced and currently the balances going out the window and and if this is the time to stand up and be heard make noise about your freedom and about your health and about your family's health that went his And so i can orange. Yeah i encourage other people leaders and they don't have to be leaders in politics so ladies in the field of natural medicine or any of that sort of stuff just latest in their on household leaders and there are to stand up to look health Potty they become a candidate come run with me. I will put you ahead of me. I'll vote for you. The my my i'm here is not to try and do this for me. this is help the straight party. This for what good we do influence we can have for community Yeah something all the people so that we have it at choices back in have have had rights reinstated because the have definitely been eroded. And and it is tom. It's time to stand up and stand up for ourselves and type backup. Freedoms has to be the way. And you know the the key. Is i think what sharps these freedoms and this is again. One of the reasons why gotten involved with health stripe potty is politics and and the biggest surprise that has a lot of people that understand politics. A lot of people don't understand voting a lot of understand the difference between an upper house and lower house the difference between the big piper small pipe when they got elections and and they need to understand that they need to make their first count. It's that's a civil jury. That's that's you know they they. They're right to choice is elect fair potty elected somebody that's going to represent the majority's voice and and and fantas and balance and and it's i do that. Then why are they expecting a change. I think this is the biggest thing in society of this. Everybody's poor little may. There's not much. I can do somebody else's gonna come and do it potentially looking for savio looking for you to get up. Make that decision you need to get fired up about what counts and what matters and and if your choice doesn't count and it doesn't matter to you thinking about your children think about your future pink about their future way will we go We as a society as a country. If those things aren't accounted for and heard and acted on now he absolutely end. I think a lot of people don't feel that they make a difference but every single person makes a difference every voice counts and there's not one person on the planet that's any more important than anyone else queen of england to the person who's sweeps the streets oughtn't we're all equal totally great and that's the truth and the people's thought to get aware and conscious of that the the the battle because if you think about the entire collective of society is made up of individuals and if each of those individual started to make their choices count then we have an entire society that makes choices. Count the vigil in that society said. Well it's not up to me. It's up to somebody else to shave future shape. Then we have an entire collective of society that have lost care. They've they more passionate about. What be they drink. And which team they follow and what colors. They support then then their entire freedom. Yeah and that is how freedom gets arrived people becoming complacent and and careless. We need to change that..

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"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

05:21 min | 4 months ago

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"A big influence To to governance and governments so we need to look at these things we need to establish fantas if it was up to me To bring in a new policy in australia it would be a policy of fair and transparent donations to potties to all parties. So if if someone is dating any amount and small or large. Because i think to get around that at some point they introduced something along what i'm talking about. What about isn't a pie..

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"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

Health Australia Party News

04:51 min | 4 months ago

"australia" Discussed on Health Australia Party News

"We'll look at as a danger because of the methamphetamines. All the ice situation that we had here where people were on drugs. Although the mets labs and things like that so that would be something. I'd like to see some changes in homelessness would be something i'd like to see some changes in. It's completely outrageous this age and twenty twenty that we have the beautiful country that we have the beautiful city state that we have and we've got homeless people living on the streets. That's got a kidney agree more absolutely. There's somewhere within the vicinity of two thousand six hundred of the population of the people that are on the streets being children under the age of twelve. So that as a father alarms me. It makes me think if children are future. What are those thousands of children. After you're doing on the streets will could be two more again. it'd be something. I'd like the potty sir to support me on and to give me some direction but then the things that come up to me to answer your question as passions definitely low for allied health as well i am a clinical hypnotherapist and one of my going jokes and i'll keep using until they tell me it's illegal to advise people right. I like this. You know maybe we've all been a little bit hypnotized by what's going on in the main yet what's going on. Sometimes it's a distraction to what's really going on definitely seen people getting sick and literally from watching the news because of the fear and the stress and the inside is that that creates and so you know it's time we look at the regulations and hold people accountable. Hold the media accountable representing and sharing truth. And not you know. I'm not holding my tongue on this. I want to soften things and be balanced about certain things and there's some things that we've got to say as people really do need to start to know with very low key in australia and we should be rides and it takes a lot to get worked out that people get more worked up about their football team losing than they care about. What's going on in reality in our country and what's starting to shape policies..

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"australia" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

05:26 min | 5 months ago

"australia" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

"The early years in Australia, very hard. The settlers had to do with disease insects and other pests and often fought with the native aborigines. But the British continued to settle Australia and sent more convicts to farm and prepare the land over time the settlements grew and spread further across. Australia. By eighteen thirty fifty eight thousand convicts had come to Australia to the surprise of many the settlements did well, even though they were mostly populated by former criminals and most of the convicts didn't continue to commit crimes. Eventually Australia, begin to prosperous farms, produce grain and other industries such as wailing and ship farming thrived. Before long sheep wool was one of Australia's major export. An export is an. That a country can produce and sell to other countries. This was also a time when explorers ventured out and discovered new exotic places across Australia. They wrote about their adventures captured the imagination of people around the world with their tails about the wonders beauty and wildlife, of Australia. Over, time the governments of Australia change for being authoritarian that means run by a single person or groups of people to a democracy where the people vote and have a say in what laws are passed and decisions are made. Different states began to form across Australia and today consists of six states new South Wales Queensland South. Australia. Tasmania Victoria and Western Australia. Because, Australia is a separate continent surrounded by water. It's animal life has evolved on its own for many thousands of years for this reason, many of the animals in Australia don't exist anywhere else in the world and are very unique. Have you ever seen a picture of kangaroo king crews stand up right carry their babies in a pouch in hop across the land nowhere else in the world where you find Kangaroos the same goes for wallabies similar to kangaroos but much smaller. Koalas which climbing trees and the very funny looking platypus can also be found in Australia the platypus looks like the combination of a duck up beaver an otter. Be. Sure to find the picture later if you've never seen platypus before. Tasmanian. Devils and dingoes are to other mammals unique to Australia. Many of the deadliest species in the world can be found there to such as the poisonous funnel Web spiders and twenty types of venomous snakes such as Tai Pan. Australia's also famous for the Sydney Opera House The Sydney Opera House is also one of the most recognizable buildings in the world it was built along the harbor and its roof is shaped several huge overlapping white shells. Her workers started on it in nineteen, fifty nine, and it costs one hundred and two million dollars to build. Ten thousand people worked on it until it was finished in nineteen seventy-three. Every. Year more than ten million people visit the Beautiful Opera House to wonder at it's architecture and to be entertained. Some notable people in Australia are Saint Mary Mackillop who served the aborigine people in the outback and established several schools to help educate the poor and needy. Howard Florey who save millions of lives.

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"australia" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

02:58 min | 5 months ago

"australia" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

"The Sun goes down in the air is alive with the buzz of insects. The stars are glittering overhead. You enroll your federal and lay out staring at the sky above and listening to the sounds of the night. Amazed at the wonders of the Australian outback. have. You ever heard of Australia Australia is an awesome country with a fascinating history and incredible wildlife, which is also home to many amazing bedtime history fans. As Australian fans have donated and written reviews and shared their love of bedtime history. I've thought. Wouldn't it be fun to do episode all about Australia First. Off Australia is the only country in the world that covers an entire continent. It's located between the Pacific Ocean and Indian oceans and is often called the world's largest is and. It's also the sixth largest country in the world by land area. The geography Australia is very diverse. It has fertile land for farming in the southwest and southeast, and in the northeast, it has wet rainforests. There's also the famous Australian outback, which is an extremely hot and dry desert with very little water plant life. In the southeast is a long mountain range called the great dividing range. Off The northeast coast is the Great Barrier Reef which is the world's largest coral reef where people travel from all around the world to snorkel and scuba dive to explore. It's exotic sealife people have lived in Australia for a very long time sixty, five, thousand years ago. It's believed humans crossed ancient land bridges from Asia to Australia. These people later became known as the aborigines. They were hunter gatherers, which means they lived off hunting animals and gathering food such as berries and other plants they could eat. Aborigines spread across Australia and formed their own unique cultures and societies thousands of years before Europeans arrived. The first recorded. European. Explorer to land. In Australia was a Dutch sailor named Willem Jansen. In sixteen o six, he made a map of the area. He also met the native aborigine people and called the new land new Holland. Later English explorers such as William Dampier arrived, and then in seventeen seventy captain James Cook who claimed Australia for his own people. In, seventeen eighty seven, the first fleet of eleven, ships left England and sailed Australia. Because settling in new land is hard and often very dangerous one way. The British decided to do this was to use convicts to farm settle the land. A convict is someone who's been found guilty of a crime in sends to prison but the British leader's decided that rather than put these people in prison, they could use them to settle Australia. This first group included seven hundred and thirty convicts and two hundred and fifty free persons..

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"australia" Discussed on That's Incredible

That's Incredible

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"australia" Discussed on That's Incredible

"I love the quiz. And now we all know a lot. More about astrid. It's time to celebrate a pot of australia that you love t tourism is a big thing in this country and when people want tourists to come and visit they make an ad wade love for you to make tourism. Edf your favorite part of australia. It could be a poster or a video or a cod anything like that and it could be anywhere. Maybe it's your hometown. Maybe it's your house. Maybe it's your kitchen maybe to backyard. Maybe it's your hobby house. Make an ad for your cubby house. In mike kelly house we can do anything we want as long as mom and dad aren't looking that sort of thing maybe it's a secret location. No one else knows about but you whatever it is wherever it is mike ad and send it to podcast at mama mia dot com dot. I you and that's it. I cannot white to see your ads feel favorite parts of australia. And if you're overseas well send us an add fuel places. Well because we'd i'm on traveling down on that and that's it the final episode of that's incredible enjoyed the show. I've had a great time. Travelling around to places with you. Learning some amazing things feel a lot smarter you do too. I've enjoyed the quizzes. Gosh i've enjoyed the factoid. 's and i love listening to all these brilliant people. I had no idea about and the things that they do now. If you've locked the show make sure you go back and listen to the episodes again and see if you remember most of the second time. Maybe you'll win the quiz every single time. And then make sure you get out and enjoy your everyday loft do the activities and then send them to us as well. Can i see you again. Thanks for listening to. That's incredible this opportunity to learn. Laugh and share is brought to you in partnership with subaru. Where every moment is a chance to do. How would you like to give us some feedback about. That's incredible. there's also the chance to win. I one hundred dollars badshah. Just follow the lincoln the description of the episode an answer a quick survey. We'd love to hear what you think..

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"australia" Discussed on That's Incredible

That's Incredible

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"australia" Discussed on That's Incredible

"Place a related to another and you. You'll taught that at a very young age so you're taught to respect the land. The land respects you. And you take care of one another and it's really beautiful. You learned that at a very young age and you continue to live that way. I can sit here and describe omlund to you but you never know unless you go there. So i would encourage people to go omland and sit with local people and learn. You really feel when i'm talking about..

"australia" Discussed on That's Incredible

That's Incredible

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"australia" Discussed on That's Incredible

"Of incredible his incredible. Australia has a ten thousand pages. Australia's carsl line is around. Forty seven thousand kilometers long. So if you try to visit a different h. every day it will take you over. Twenty seven years to visit the mall sunscreen as ten million. The wealth largest cattle station is in south australia. Anna creek cattle station is over fifteen thousand square kilometers and is home to nearly ten thousand.