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Please Explain

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Please Explain

The Age and Sydney Morning Herald

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From the newsrooms of The Age and SMH, Please Explain gives you a daily insight into the stories that drive the nation. Please take the time to rate & review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. We love to hear your thoughts and it makes it easier for the rest of the podcast world to find us. Become a subscriber: our supporters power our newsrooms and are critical for the sustainability of news coverage. Becoming a subscriber also gets you exclusive behind-the-scenes content a ...
 
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Bondi Badlands

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Bondi Badlands

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Bondi Badlands, a new podcast from The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, investigates a series of murders and mysterious disappearances of gay men that happened on the southern headland at Sydney's Bondi Beach in the late 1980s and early 1990s. When a high profile TV newsreader and weatherman disappeared on the Bondi cliff tops on a frigid winter's night in July 1989, it received nationwide news coverage but such a shoddy police investigation that links would not be drawn to a series of oth ...
 
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News with The Age

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News with The Age

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Welcome to News with The Age, your daily news briefing from the newspaper in Melbourne everyone turns to. Drawing from the best journalism in the country, News with The Age brings you the most important local, national and world politics, business, sport and entertainment news of the day directly from Australia’s most authoritative newsroom.
 
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Real Footy

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Real Footy

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The best footy writers from The Age and SMH bring you the weekly lowdown on all things AFL. If you like the pod, please take the time to rate & review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. We love to hear from you and it makes it easier for the rest of the podcast world to find us. And, why not become a subscriber? Our supporters power our newsrooms and are critical for the sustainability of news coverage. Becoming a subscriber also gets you exclusive behind-the-scenes content ...
 
Your weekly guide to pop culture in Australia. Mostly the fun bits. Karl Quinn is an entertainament writer for The Age and Sydney Morning Herald; Andrew Young is a musician, DJ, pedagogue and all-round man-about-town. Together they are The Clappers, and together they present this always-on-the-pulse and frequently hilarious look at culture high and low. If it's happening in film, TV, books, galleries - and let's not forget cycling - there's a 50-50 chance it's happening on The Clappers. Mayb ...
 
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It All Adds Up

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It All Adds Up

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Our crack team of economics experts help you understand the things that affect your job, your mortgage and your family budget. Join Jess Irvine, Matt Wade, Ross Gittins and other Fairfax Media journalists for a dose of economic realism - and a dash of politics, too.
 
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Superdraft 2001

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Superdraft 2001

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Superdraft 2001: the day that changed the game. Over four episodes Emma Quayle will be speaking to some of the key players in the Superdraft including Luke Hodge, Luke Ball, Chris Judd, Dane Swan, Peter Schwab, John Turnbull, Steve Johnson and Jimmy Bartel.
 
Based on their improvised storytelling show, The Bear Pack is Sydney’s Barry Award-nominated Steen Raskopoulos (Whose Line Is It Anyway? Australia, BBC’s Top Coppers) and Carlo Ritchie (The Checkout). Inspired by one-word suggestions, The Bear Pack will create the kind of stories your grandparents wish they could tell you. 'Master improvisers. ★★★★★' Sydney Morning Herald 'masters of their craft and will have you in stitches. ★★★★★' The Music
 
Let's Talk About Sects is an award-winning monthly podcast focusing on a different cult each episode. Sarah takes a storytelling, deep dive approach, looking at the history of a sect's leaders, the recruitment of members, their experiences, psychological aspects, and notable incidents during its existence. You can support us on Patreon, with a one-off donation, and on Pozible. “A fascinating and well-researched look into cults and the charismatic leaders behind them.”Peter Wells, The Sydney ...
 
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The Short Squeeze

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The Short Squeeze

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Produced in commercial partnership between the SMH, The Age and IG Markets. A podcast that fills you in with all you need to know about what's happening in the world of financial markets. The Age's Lucy Battersby is joined by IG Market analyst Kyle Rodda. Stay up to date with all the latest movements in the business world - https://www.theage.com.au/business or https://www.smh.com.au/business
 
The Jane Anderson Brand You Show is the podcast for experts, consultants, speakers, trainers, academics and coaches who are or aim to be the leaders in their field. Jane shares her insights as well as interviews those who are industry experts to find out about their experiences when marketing themselves under their Personal Brand, or name. According to US Labour Data, by 2020 50% of the workforce will be self-employed​. The ability to market & sell yourself is an essential skill for the futu ...
 
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The IOC has had a second video call with Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai. IOC President Thomas Bach says that Peng has reconfirmed that she is safe and well, despite the “difficult situation” she is in. However, the IOC isn't releasing the transcript of the conversation. Sydney Morning Herald North Asia correspondent Eryk Bagshaw told Heather du P…
 
In this episode, we discuss fast-bowler Pat Cummins - our new men's Test cricket captain and the subject of our Good Weekend cover story this week. The Age's chief cricket writer Daniel Brettig and associate editor and chief sports columnist Greg Baum join Good Weekend senior writer Konrad Marshall to discuss Cummins the man, Cummins the (very fast…
 
Unvaccinated people across Germany will soon be excluded from nonessential stores, restaurants and sports and cultural venues, Chancellor Angela Merkel announced Thursday, and parliament will consider a general vaccine mandate as part of efforts to curb coronavirus infections. Merkel announced the measures after a meeting with federal and state lea…
 
Japan says it has retracted a ban on new incoming international flight bookings to defend against the new variant of the coronavirus only a day after the policy was announced, following criticisms that it was an overreaction. The transport ministry on Wednesday issued a request to international airlines to stop taking new reservations for flights c…
 
The Black Caps' 2nd test against India is not off to a good start. The first session in Mumbai was delayed due to a wet outfield, but now Kane Williamson has been ruled out with an elbow injury, which may extend once the team returns home. The WTA has become the first professional sporting organisation to take a stand against the Chinese government…
 
A Northland businessman says the region's seeing booking cancellations due to checkpoints. Police will keep Northland's borders in place with iwi support when Auckland's border opens. In November the Government changed Covid laws to grant iwi organisations power to close roads and public places to stop vehicles. Northland businessman Grant Harnish …
 
Christopher Luxon’s first few days will be seen as a reasonable success, but we’re yet to see which policy directions National will take under his leadership, particularly with climate. Business commentator Rod Oram told Heather du Plessis-Allan Luxon should speak with Paul Polman, his old boss at Unilever. “Getting Polman here, who is a very serio…
 
Meghan Markle has won her court battle against the Mail on Sunday. The Court of Appeal upheld the decision that Markle had a “reasonable expectation of privacy” over a letter written to her father that was published by the tabloid. LA Correspondent Sean Mandell told Heather du Plessis-Allan she had anticipated the letter would be leaked and had tak…
 
Iwi will be able to stop cars travelling into Northland. The Government changed Covid laws on November 20 to grant iwi organisations power to close roads and public places to stop vehicles. Police will be maintaining checkpoints for cars travelling into Northland after Auckland's border reopens on December 15. Act Party leader David Seymour told He…
 
The Government passed a law on November 20 giving iwi organisations in Northland the right to stop vehicles travelling to the region. The checkpoints will be under police supervision when the Auckland border opens on December 15. New National leader Christopher Luxon has been up in Auckland visiting restaurants on the Auckland Viaduct. He questione…
 
When Justice Brett Kavanaugh was facing tough questions during his 2018 confirmation battle about his views on the Supreme Court's abortion rulings. he returned time and time again to the importance of precedent and their "precedent on precedent." Speaking more broadly, Kavanaugh at the time described the circumstances that the justices overturn pr…
 
Victoria Liberals abandon gender quota, vaccine experts confident in current booster rollout and the IOC says it’s had a second call with Peng Shuai. Welcome to News with The Age, your daily news briefing from the newspaper in Melbourne everyone turns to. Drawing from the best journalism in the country, News with The Age brings you the most importa…
 
Pints are pouring and cocktails are being sipped on Auckland's waterfront. Hospitality businesses dusted off tables and opened their doors this morning after 107 days in lockdown. Venues have a 100 person cap under the Red Traffic Light Setting and patrons have to show their My Vaccine Pass. HeadQuarters bar owner Leo Molloy told Heather du Plessis…
 
Simon Bridges has revealed he dropped out of the race for National party leader because he didn't have the numbers. Bridges, who has previously held the top job, made an eleventh-hour decision to back Christopher Luxon before Tuesday's caucus meeting. He's since picked up the finance portfolio under Luxon's new reign. Bridges told Heather du Plessi…
 
Did it take anyone else by surprise to hear the Police Commissioner reveal the Government’s made it legal for iwi up north to stop your car? Yeah, me too. So I checked it out. Turns out, they did change the law. Two weeks ago, on November 20 — a Saturday — they inserted a new bit into the Covid-19 Health Response Act granting the power to “close ro…
 
The commission was set up in July to examine the higher rate of suicide and attempted suicide among serving and former members of the Australian Defence Force. So far, the commission has received more than 800 submissions and according to the counsel assisting the commission a common thread has already appeared in those they have examined. They inc…
 
Toys, building products, bikes. Chances are you're having trouble sourcing them at the moment. But, there might be light at the end of the tunnel. Sam Dickie from Fisher Funds told Heather du Plessis-Allan why he thinks the global shipping crisis is wrapping up. LISTEN ABOVEBy Newstalk ZB
 
Economists have been hiking their expectations for Fonterra’s milk payment to farmers for this season, with most now expecting the co-operative to pay the highest level since it was founded 20 years ago. The Country’s host Jamie MacKay discussed this with Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVEBy Newstalk ZB
 
Has James Shaw just decided he doesn’t give a flying fig what voters of think of him anymore? It turns out James hasn’t gone into MIQ after coming back from his trip to the climate conference in Glasgow. He got permission to isolate at home. This is a surprise because the Prime Minister poured cold water on that idea when she was asked about it. "I…
 
This business of trying to guilt Aucklanders and other visitors into staying away from Northland or other low vaccinated regions this summer is absolute nonsense. Yesterday, we heard that the iwi chairs up north and the Northland DHB chief executives wrote to the PM and Health Minister Andrew Little pleading with the government to back track on pla…
 
A Northland Iwi says it's been left in the dark on plans for the region's Covid-19 border. Police have confirmed they will maintain checkpoints for cars crossing into Northland, after Auckland's border opens on December 15. Travellers will need to ensure they have a Covid Pass or proof of a negative test result if they want to get through. Police s…
 
Thousands of Kiwis hoping to ring in the New Years at Rhythm and Vines are out of luck. Organisers of the Gisborne music festival have postponed the notorious event at Waiohika Estate - until Easter Weekend, next year. Attendees will be able to camp over four nights from April 14 and those who can't make the new date can get refunds. When New Zeala…
 
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