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Ever since the Federation of Australia, a plethora of politicians, academics and media personalities have opined and commentated on Indigenous Australian affairs. But amongst the discourse, whether it be formalised debate or discordant blither, one voice has been notably absent: the collective voice of First Nations people. As of 2020, First Nations peoples comprise just 3.3% of the Australian population. Yet they represent 29% of the incarcerated Australian population, including an estimate ...
 
This podcast discusses topics revolving around finding purpose, maximizing our potential, sports, and life after sports. Topics ranging from what sport has taught us, how we transitioned from a singular focus and pursuit of our athletic goals and dreams to the decision to end our sports careers and move into the next phase of our lives. With my guests, I plan to discuss how competitive sport has shaped us into who we are today, the difficulties of transitioning from sport to a "normal civili ...
 
Hosted by Madelaine Buttini (@madbutt). This podcast is where I talk about what I think is important from a 20-something year olds perspective. I am a mental health advocate, a feminist and survivor of SA and DV. I talk openly about my own mental health, life experiences and I interview guests about their own passions to understand what's important to them.
 
On the vanguard of Australian filmmaking since his acclaimed debut feature Beneath Clouds, Ivan Sen is no stranger to the Sydney Film Festival; his previous film Toomelah screened in SFF’s 2011 Official Competition. His highly anticipated Mystery Road was SFF’s Opening Night film in 2013. In this Meet The Filmmaker, Ivan Sen together with David Jowsey, discuss the making of Mystery Road.
 
Melbourne-born & bred, DJ Magnus clearly communicates an infectious passion for music through the decks. If you missed his debut gig at Cairns Tropical Pride in 2007, he may well have had you sweating it out at... Big Gay Day (Brisbane), I Remember House (Sydney / Melbs), Midsumma T-Dance (Melbourne), CoastOut (Coffs Harbour), ChillOut (Daylesford), Christchurch Pride (NZ), Rebel Bar (Melbs / Sydney), Broken Heel Festival (Broken Hill), Geelong Rainbow Festival, Tropical Fruits Festival (Lis ...
 
We chat with plastic surgeons, cosmetic surgeons, patients, laser companies and clinicians about a variety of procedures, including tummy tucks, breast augmentations, rhinoplasty, facelifts, and a whole lot more. Our motto is #patientsafetyfirst #choosewisely #ItsUpToYou We research and check all the surgeons, doctors, practitioners, devices and treatments we put on the Hub. All plastic surgeons listed on the website are registered with the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) so we ...
 
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The Mosh Zone Episode #172. This week we chat with Rhys of Resist The Thought about his journey to becoming a vocalist, the early years of the band, being at the forefront of the Aussie deathcore scene, why they decided to end it when momentum was high, the band reforming with a new line-up, their new approach to releasing music, their upcoming alb…
 
The Mosh Zone Episode #171. This week we chat with Johnny of Carcosa, AngelMaker about his journey of discovery with heavy music, accidentally becoming a bass player, the Galactic Pegasus years, how he joined AngelMaker, how Carcosa started, the release and reception to their debut EP, the thought process behind their new album, being a band on the…
 
One of the youngest soldiers ever to have been selected for the elite SAS, Floyd Woodrow retired as a Major after over 3 decades of service and is now a successful business leader, renowned speaker on leadership and performance coaching worldwide. Floyd has an incredible track record of success as a Military Leader, Director, Non-Executive Director…
 
"This is the second inquiry into food security by the parliament in eleven years. And like the Closing the Gap targets, little has changed or improved for those Australian Aboriginal people who live in remote communities." - Anne Stanley MP. In December 2020, the Australian House of Representatives Standing Committee on Indigenous Affairs tabled a …
 
The Mosh Zone Episode #170. This week we chat with Dave of Shinto Katana about his early passion to pursue music, the Sydney scene he was apart of, the bands early years, the hard yards Australian bands put in, the difficulties Australian bands face, the ebb and flows they witnessed, how their sophomore album divided their fan base, reasons behind …
 
Buckle up for today’s episode on MORPHEUS8 with Dennis Cronje, Managing Directory at InMode Aus & NZ. We discuss how Morpheus8 works on all three layers of the skin - epidermis, dermis, and then the sub dermal (adipose) layer, to create a firming, tightening, strengthening of the entire five receptor network. Get to know more about Morpheus8 and wh…
 
The Mosh Zone Episode #169. This week we chat with Dan of End Of Destiny, Discography Discussion about growing up in a religious household, having to hide the music he was discovering, the boom and then decline in faith metal scene, how the band formed, the trials and triumphs they experienced, why the band ended, why he starting Podcasting, how th…
 
Nadia Belkind is passionate about supporting work environments that thrive on interpersonal communication. She sees it as her mission to help generate trust, mutual understanding, connection, and positivity. After her relocation to Stanford in 2018, Nadia started teaching her class called "The Secrets of Interpersonal Communication" at Stanford Bec…
 
Hot off the press is today’s episode of the Aesthetics Uncensored Podcast, Dr David Kosenko from Impress Cosmetic Medicine as he introduces the latest technology from Cynosure which is the ULTRAcel Q+, a next generation HIFU technology which treats fine lines and wrinkles, tightens skin and removes stubborn fat cells. Dr David Kosenko is a founding…
 
"History has had a direct impact on future Indigenous generations. Before any person wishes to judge or stereotype and Indigenous individual, please do your history first." - Warren Clements. Welcome to a special NAIDOC Week edition of Time to Listen. NAIDOC Week is a celebration of Indigenous Australian culture, history and achievement, and is als…
 
The Mosh Zone Episode #168. This week we chat with Alex of Undeath about developing a love for heavy music, turning it into a passion, the important part his local music scene played, being part of a lyrical emotional band Druse, how Undeath formed, the momentum the band has gained despite only playing a few shows, being a band that doesn’t take th…
 
ThruDark are a technical outdoor clothing company born from arduous environments and highly demanding circumstances. The Directors of the company were all forged from decades within UK Special Forces. Anthony 'Staz' Stazicker and Louis Tinsley talk all things Thrudark including; purpose, leadership, success, why Jay Morton left the company and mana…
 
"You can't rely on markets to deliver justice. The market is not necessarily going to give us a socially acceptable outcome, so it has to be political intervention." - Paul Krugman, 2008 Nobel laureate in economic sciences. A gap of 26 percentile points, and widening. That is what defines the difference in employment outcomes between Indigenous and…
 
The Mosh Zone Episode #167. This week we chat with Daniel of Die Young, Tooth And Claw about the influences that shaped his path into music, being straight edge, being vegan, the beautiful chaos that Die Young created, the legacy the band left, reason for the band ending and then subsequently reforming, the current status of the band, how TAC came …
 
Indigenous youth are twice as unlikely to gain employment relative to their non-Indigenous peers. The Indigenous employment rate decreased by two percentage points between the 2006 and 2016 census, and lags behind the non-Indigenous employment rate by a staggering 25 percentage points. Why is this really the case, and what can be done about it? Bam…
 
You will hear it loud and clear in today’s episode on Lower Face Rejuvenation with Dr Shobhan Manoharan from the Brisbane Skin Dermatologists and DermEd (Dermatology Education). Dr. Manoharan is one of Australia’s leading laser dermatologists. He specialises in the use of energy based devices for both medical and cosmetic dermatology. Actively invo…
 
Buckle up for today’s episode on the Transforming Bodies Podcast with Dr Wayne Young. Dr Young’s passion for aesthetics and motivation to maximise the natural holistic balance, has helped thousands of patients achieve a more youthful, natural-looking appearance with the wide range of surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures he provides. These …
 
The Mosh Zone Episode #166. This week we chat with Ryan of Bleeding Through, Light The Torch about playing bass, how vibrant and important the OC scene was, joining BT without meeting the band, being a band that was a touring force, difficulties faced around the time of Declaration, why the band stopped and subsequently started again, possible new …
 
The Mosh Zone Episode #165. This week we chat with Trae of Mouth For War about learning to play multiple instruments, being determined to chase his musical dreams, his local scene, early bands, how MFW started, the buzz the band has been receiving, the writing and recording process for “Life Cast In Glass, the hard times that inspired his lyrics, w…
 
The Mosh Zone Episode #164. This week we chat with Elias of Nonpoint about discovering heavy music for the first time, the early years of the band, signing to a major record label, the booming time of nu metal, stories behind their extensive discography, their infamous Phil Collins cover, staying motivated, their recent switch to being an independe…
 
Hot off the press is today’s episode on Transforming Bodies Podcast, we get to talk about Venus Concept’s Tribella with Viktoria from Cosmetic Injectables Victoria. We get a snapshot of her business, the treatments she offers, and why she loves what she does. Viktoria is the Founder and one of the Aesthetic Cosmetic Practitioners at Cosmetic inject…
 
Richard Melville Hall was born on September 11th 1965, more so professionally known as Moby: an American musician, songwriter, singer, producer, and animal rights activist. He has sold 20 million records worldwide! His new ‘Reprise’ album and Moby Doc dropped last Friday, so to coincide with that, here’s my follow-up ‘Chapter 02 (2002-2016)’ Rework…
 
It all begins with effective education. If a true and positive difference is going to made in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, it is going to be made by the emerging Indigenous generations. This journey begins with the academic, vocational and leadership skills gained in school. With regard to this, the staff at Djarragun College,…
 
The Mosh Zone Episode #163. This week we chat with Jake of Manntis about becoming a vocalist by chance, his early bands, the limited local scene, how he joined the band, being told he wouldn’t be able to sing anymore after a car crash, how they became part of Battle For Ozzfest, signing to Century Media, what happened to their sophomore album, why …
 
Richard Melville Hall was born on September 11th 1965, more so professionally known as Moby: an American musician, songwriter, singer, producer, and animal rights activist. He has sold 20 million records worldwide! His new ‘Reprise’ album and 'Moby Doc' drop today, so to coincide with that, here’s my commemorative ‘Chapter 01’ Reworked Mix: 10 remi…
 
In this episode of 1800-MADBUTT, I am talking about self reflection and introspection as a way to be more positive. I have started using these exercises as a way to focus on the positive over the negative and I wanted to share this with you! Since I recorded this, the 1800-MADBUTT instagram page is back up, yay - TY Instagram! Positive Psychology -…
 
"The Girl Academy can perhaps act as a microcosm of how things can work [in Indigenous education]. There needs to be a systemic redesign of how we [Australia] are educating; in particular, how young Indigenous people are seeing themselves in the education system. We need to ask: are they identifying with the signs, the symbols and the talk of what …
 
The Duratus Mind - A podcast exploring all things mindset and motivation. Gaz, a former Special Forces Sergeant Major but now performance consultant, opens up his network to try and understand what motivates some to risk so much, why some are so driven, and what it really takes to achieve success in any sector. This episode Gaz speaks to another ol…
 
The Mosh Zone Episode #162. This week we chat with Justin of Wristmeetrazor about his youthful musical passion, being straight edge, his years in Molotov Solution, being a teacher, how he joined the band, stories behind the early years and EPs, having people misjudge the band based on its name, working hard on tour to support their first album, wri…
 
InMode’s technological advancements began over two decades ago with state-of-the-art light, laser, and radiofrequency devices invented by leading doctors and scientists, who essentially launched and shaped the industry. Our technology continues that legacy to provide superior satisfaction for both the patient and the practice. Dennis is the Managin…
 
Today's episode is with my friend, a former colleague, and a professional racquetball player, Mitch Williams. Mitch and I started at Ericsson at the same time and on the same team. Much of our telecom journey to date has been very similar as we seemed to make similar moves at almost the same time and in a similar direction. I had a lot of fun speak…
 
The Mosh Zone Episode #161. This week we chat with Scott of Earth Crisis, SECT, Tooth And Claw about developing an obsession for music at a young age, his journey with guitar, the vital impact EC played in the rise of metalcore, EC being loved or hated in its early years, stories behind those iconic EC albums, the current state of the band, how SEC…
 
"At Cape York Institute, we are constantly asking 'why'. Why are Indigenous youth incarceration rates double the national average. Why haven't we closed the gap in the past ten years. Why do issues in Indigenous affairs seem to be getting worse form time to time. So [we at CYI] ask the questions why, and have a deep passion for reform in Indigenous…
 
The Mosh Zone Episode #160. This week we chat with Isaiah of Phinehas, Love And Death about growing up in a family of musicians, learning his skills while playing at church, his Righteous Vendetta days, the experience and skills gained while in Spoken, how he joined Phinehas, what's next for the band, the exciting whirlwind that is being a vital pa…
 
Hot off the press is today’s episode on ISSADA Primers with Alannah, ISSADA’s National Trainer and make-up lover. Alannah Chapman is a professional makeup artist and educator, with experience in bridal, fashion, film, editorial, glamour and special occasion makeup. ISSADA’s primers and their shadow magnet are uber cool products that set you up and …
 
"We've constructed a policy reform agenda for our own children. The people who [our policy agenda] concerns are our own relatives ... the people who we love in the world. "That's one of the strengths of the Cape York Institute; it's an institute that is driven for our people." In this episode of Time to Listen, we are joined by Noel Pearson, whose …
 
"There are so many capable First Nations women. A barrier we have is that organisations – be they corporate, government or philanthropic – are defining us by our gender and culture. Those organisations need to be clear that First Nations women can have opinions and experience on a broad range of public policy." Fiona Jose is the Chief Executive Off…
 
Buckle up for today’s episode on MORPHEUS8 with Dr. Calfas from GMC Cosmedical/Inmode. Dr George M Calfas is a highly qualified cosmetic and laser physician with more than thirty years’ experience in the field of cosmetic medicine in Australia. As the founder and principal of the landmark GMC Cosmedical Clinics at Randwick and Narellan, Dr Calfas c…
 
The Mosh Zone Episode #159. This week we chat with Patrick of Caliban about initially wanting to play guitar, how he self taught himself drums, his early bands and the experience gained, the German hardcore scene, the pressures that came with joining the band, being a benchmark for others in Metalcore, their extensive discography, how they stay mot…
 
"We're all Australians, so we can't have second-class citizens in our own country - the First Nations People ... we're lucky as Australians, we live in the best country in the world, but we just have to get our backyard cleaned up. Politicians have to make some bold decisions for us to move forward as a nation." Richie Ah Mat, a Yupungathi man, is …
 
The Mosh Zone Episode #158. This week we chat with Chad of Frozen Soul about his organic path of musical discovery, how he started on the drums, finding a community at local shows, the learning curve of early bands, the rise and sudden end of Vulgar Display, how Frozen Soul began, why he switched to being a vocalist, the misconception that the band…
 
There is a multitude of commentary and debate circulating in Australian politics and media concerning Indigenous Australians. Yet how much airtime is actually given to Indigenous Australians themselves? This is Time to Listen, a podcast that gives a space and a platform to Indigenous voices. You will hear from prominent leaders, such as Noel Pearso…
 
Today's discussion is with my former UTA tennis coach, Christian Wassmer. I had so much fun speaking and re-connecting with Christian that we ended up running over our reserved time, and I still had many questions left. Christian and I talk a lot about tennis, our college tennis journeys, and different coaching styles - things we could have done be…
 
The Mosh Zone Episode #157. This week we chat with Keith of Eighteen Visions about his early obsession with music, the now infamous OC scene he was part of, helping craft an essential early 2000s Metalcore album, how the band started incorporating melody, being a band that crafted musically what they wanted, why they stopped for a decade, why they …
 
The Mosh Zone Episode #156. This week we chat with Matt of Cryptopsy, Vox & Hops Podcast about his early musical passion, how he joined the band, how fans perceived him after his first album with the band, crowdfunding, what the band is up to creatively, how he got started in podcasting, podcasting stories, creating his children books and much more…
 
You will hear it loud and clear in today’s episode on Skin Removal Surgery with Dr Drew Cronin from the Lotus Institute on the Gold Coast. Dr Drew Cronin is a fully trained and certified Queensland Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon- originally from the Gold Coast. Dr Cronin has performed a significant number of post weight loss surgery procedures,…
 
Today's conversation is with Liz Goldman. Liz is my personal life coach. Liz has been assisting individuals and groups in accessing their unique gifts and wisdom for over 20 years. Link to Liz's website. Liz and I discuss her diverse and cultural upbringing in New York City, family dynamics, the importance of support systems, communication and chal…
 
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