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Quand on est parent, on se retrouve souvent démuni face à la décision de se séparer. Comment l'annoncer aux enfants? Comment élever son enfant en coparentalité? Et les vacances, ça se passe comment? "Quelque chose à vous dire" s'adresse aux parents séparés et propose tous les 15 jours, des témoignages, conseils de professionnels et astuces pour mieux vivre sa séparation et préserver ses enfants. Hôte du podcast: Pamela Morinière Jour de sortie du podcast: le lundi deux fois par mois Hébergé ...
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Six Pixels of Separation - Mitch Joel’s weekly conversation with business leaders, thinkers, innovators and cultural icons. The show is about insights and provocations on brands, consumers, technology, business and how connected we’ve all become.
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RN Breakfast daily stories separated out for easy listening. RN Breakfast is the program informed Australians wake up to. Start each day with comprehensive coverage and analysis of national and international events, and hear interviews with the people who matter today—along with those who'll be making news tomorrow.
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septia

irma septiama

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Kamu bisa request buku yang ingin kamu dengar, nanti aku bacain, hingga kamu terlelap, bermimpi bersama kata-kata indah yang menemani tidurmu.
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Cada semana Sherezade y Outconsumer se cuentan algo que el otro no sabe. Un viaje a través de curiosidades, anécdotas, alguna risa y cosas que no sabíamos con la esperanza de salir más sabios. Puedes seguir a ambos en sus canales de Twitch, además de esta cita semanal en la que compiten por ver quién consigue sorprender al otro con algo que no sabía.
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Septic

The Roanoke Times

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Ashley White took a nap in 2015, leaving her children alone. When her 5-year-old son Noah is found dead in the family’s septic tank, the backlash was stronger than anyone could have imagined.
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Separate Bathrooms

Nova Podcasts

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Cameron Daddo, alongside his wife Alison, chat about the journey of their 30 year marriage. They chat about the highs, the lows, and all of the lessons learnt in-between. They're also joined by some of the most interesting couples in Australia to take a look behind the closed doors of their relationships. It's humorous, it's vulnerable, it's inspiring, it's full of relationship wisdom you just might need to hear. Ali and Cam are both patrons for Rize Up - supporting the many families affecte ...
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2gra2 de Separación

Alberto Ablanedo

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hipótesis que intenta probar que cualquiera en la Tierra puede estar conectado a cualquier otra persona del planeta a través de una cadena de conocidos que no tiene más de cinco intermediarios. En Dos Grados de Separación, el músico asturiano Alberto Ablanedo charla con gente interesante que se encuentra en sus dos primeros grados, sobre todo centrándose en el mundo de la música pero sin limitarse a ello.
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SeptuagintLXX Band 2010

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SeptuagintLXX Band is comprised of two members. Dwight Davis Singer and Eric Emerson Musician. Most songs were writeen on a weekday in two hours after prayer then professionally recorded by Steve Sambirski of Racine WI.
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Dj Separatik

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Separatik is a DJ from Slovakia. Behind the decks is Separatik always cheerful and famous for his lively manners. He considers for the most important at each party that he as a DJ is leading person of the dance floor and accordingly he must empathize with people who come to party and become one of them. This has thrived thanks to superior song selection, interactive contact with people and his positive energy. In Separatik’s live sets you can hear combination of different music genres e.g. e ...
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Less than twelve months into operation, the National Anti-Corruption Commission is now facing an independent inquiry over its decision not to further investigate the Robodebt scandal.Australian Broadcasting Corporation による
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Design software giant, Adobe, has found itself in hot water after an update to its terms-of-use that appeared to indicate that content created - using its software - like Photoshop could be used to train the company's generative AI models.Australian Broadcasting Corporation による
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Birds have long been considered the reliable creatures to sound the alarm when there’s something unhealthy in the environment. New research has shown a little brown bird, a house sparrow, could help alert experts to lead poisoning in Australian children.Australian Broadcasting Corporation による
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Doctors have today slammed a decision by the Chiropractic Board of Australia to allow spinal manipulation treatments for children and babies. In a big development today, health minister Mark Butler has now decided to intervene, seeking an urgent explanation for the controversial decision.Australian Broadcasting Corporation による
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Hitting puberty is challenging enough, but 13 per cent of Australians experience early puberty (for females, this means getting their period as young as eight), and new research shows there are unique brain changes for this cohort making them particularly vulnerable to mental health symptoms. Dr Nandi Vijayakumar, Professor Susan Sawyer, and Olivia…
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This week a teenager was arrested and released pending further inquiries for allegedly circulating explicit deepfake nude images of more than 50 students from Bacchus Marsh Grammar in Melbourne. While the eSafety Commissioner is calling for better digital safeguards in AI technology design and deployment to prevent misuse, questions are also being …
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Tasmania's public education system is in serious trouble and needs "major reform", according to the Vice Chancellor of the state's only university. Newly released data shows Tasmania's Year 12 attainment rate has slumped to 53 per cent - well below the national average of 76 per cent. So can the State turn itself around to educate and upskill the w…
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The federal government is being urged to ban political donations from the big four consulting firms after another damning report in the wake of a string of scandals involving PwC and other major firms. Yesterday's senate report recommended PwC reveal the names of those responsible for a breach of confidential government information.…
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In a national first, the South Australian government will introduce a ban on all political donation, in time for the next State election. SA Premier, Peter Malinauskas says that donations distract politicians from issues they should be focussing their attention on. He told RN Breakfast the likelihood of a politicians election shouldn't "depend upon…
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Modular homes are being built at scale in countries like Germany, with Australia also considering production as way to quickly build homes in the middle of a housing shortage. The Government is today hosting a roundtable to talk about the role prefabricated homes could play, with Minister for Industry Ed Husic telling RN Breakfast while there are c…
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While the Liberal party clarifies its position on abandoning the 2030 emissions targets, some in the Nationals party are pushing to leave the Paris agreement entirely. Nationals MP Keith Pitt told RN Breakfast that "all options should be on the table". He says the "priority has to be the Australian nation and not the United Nations" and he wants to…
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In 2022 there was an out pouring of emotion when the 'For Sale' signs were erected across Ramsey Street and Neighbours disappeared from TV screens after 37 years. But the soap's brief hiatus gave researchers a once in a generation opportunity to study how we react when a program we cherish comes to an end. Guest: Dr Adam Gerace, College of Psycholo…
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France's Republicans party, the main centre-right force that was long a party of government, may or may not have a leader. The party has voted to oust its chief after he announced a deal with Marine Le Pen's far-right National Rally party, but he's defiantly insisting he's still in the post. Guest: Natanael Bloch, Former advisor in Nicolas Sarkozy'…
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Renewed climate conflict has ignited in parliament and is galvanising climate activists election plans. Businessman Simon Homes a Court is the founder of Climate 200. He told RN Breakfast that Opposition leader Peter Dutton "nailing his colours to the mast" on emissions reductions targets has made Climate 200 jobs easier. It comes as the group reve…
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US Secretary of State Antony Blinken is in Qatar with Gaza mediators to push the US backed ceasefire deal.While it remains unclear if Israel will publicly back the plan, Blinken claims Hamas has proposed "unworkable" changes. Alon Liel, former director general of Israel's Foreign Ministry says it's of "crucial importance" Australia recognises the P…
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How should we consider the the work of celebrated French artist Paul Gaugin in 2024, in the light of accusations of sexual predation of young women and colonial exploitation and appropriation. A new book attempts to "rescue Gaugin's art from the artist himself". Guest: Anthropologist Nicholas Thomas, author of Gaugin in Polynesia (Bloomsbury)…
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Geoffrey Watson SC had high hopes for the National Anti-Corruption Commission, but when their first decision was not to proceeed with an investigation into possible corruption in relation to the Robodebt disaster, he was more than just disappointed. Guest: Geoffrey Watson SC, Director of The Centre for Public Integrity…
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It took a 14 month inquiry, dozens of submissions and multiple hearings, but this afternoon a Senate committee - looking into Australia’s corporate consultancy firms - has tabled its final report. And it’s called on P-W-C to release the names of those involved in the embattled consultancy firm's controversial tax leaks scandal. The inquiry was laun…
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China's Premier Li Qiang will arrive in Australia this weekend, travelling to Adelaide, Canberra and Perth. But it comes at a time of increasing tensions between the superpower and its neighbours – with critics including the Australian ambassador to the US, Kevin Rudd, accusing China of deploying so-called 'grey zone' tactics.…
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A new MP3 sermon from Glory Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Baptist Heritage Course 2 - Lesson Twelve: Baptists in the 21st Century - 2 Subtitle: Baptist Heritage Speaker: Dr. Aaron B. Campbell Broadcaster: Glory Baptist Church Event: Audiobook Date: 6/9/2024 Bible: Hebrews 12:1-3 Length: 27 min.…
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Executive pay has risen by double digits in the last year, according to a new survey by the Governance Institute of Australia. The average pay of CEOs grew by 14 per cent, while for managing directors it was 11 per cent. So why do we value some roles and industries much more than others?Australian Broadcasting Corporation による
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