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  • On March 17 2020, the WHO declared that COVID-19 was a global pandemic.

    In July 2020, driven by a 24/7 media cycle, a fearful public and political agendas, the Australian Government actively prevented its citizens and permanent residents returning home from overseas by capping the numbers of passengers allowed on international flights. Australia was the only country in the world to take such a drastic step and lock its own citizens out during a global emergency. Hundreds of thousands of Australians were stranded overseas, and the Australian government only allowed 30 people per international flight to enter the country.

    If โ€“ by some miracle โ€“ we did manage to get home, we were detained in hotels for 14 days. We were not allowed fresh air or human contact apart from the health staff who tested us for COVID on Day 2 and Day 12. We were charged $3,000 for our own detention. The quarantine fee was introduced at the same time as international flight caps. Australians locked out of their own states or territories were also forced into hotel quarantine.

    This podcast has come about because of the wonderful people in the Australians Challenging Quarantine Fees Facebook group. The world seems to have moved on, but we are still traumatised by the Australian government's response to the pandemic. And we are still getting invoices for the quarantine fee.

    These are our stories because we must Never Forget What They Did.

    Hosted on Acast. See for more information.

  • Hamish Macdonald delves into the lives and motives of eight leaders. From autocratic strongmen to democratic internationalists, from left to right to far right, Take Me To Your Leader! examines the cultural, historical, geographical and personal origins underpinning the ambitions of the people on the world stage.

    How well do we really know them, and what would we uncover if we asked their friends, enemies, colleagues and observers to 'Take me to Your Leader?

  • WorkSafe WA is a part of the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety and the Government of Western Australia.

    Workplace health and safety is everybody’s business. Every person who goes to work deserves to come home healthy and safe. We encourage you to listen to the podcasts and share the health and safety knowledge with others in your workplace.

  • A proposal to increase the accessibility of student accommodation and reflecting on the negative impacts of commuting.

  • Welcome to Talking Change: where we interview leaders and participants to learn how the Collaborative Leadership Initiative’s (CLI) efforts align with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDG). Through various projects, leaders have been working toward a bright and more sustainable future for their communities and the region. CLI is a partnership between the Chiefs of the Southern Chiefs’ Organization (SCO) and the mayors and reeves of the Winnipeg Metropolitan Region (WMR).โ€ฏ

  • Talking with MJ about being in the hospital while Denver confiscated her home.

  • Our podcast is an easy way to keep updated with tax and super information.
    In each episode we'll talk about the latest news for individuals and small business and cover important topics in detail. -
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  • Hasanabi (AKA Hasan Piker) is an American Twitch streamer and political commentator. He is known for covering the news and discussing politics from a left-wing perspective. He also plays a variety of video games, reacts to funny videos and occasionally checks out memes made by the community.

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    Hosted on Acast. See for more information.

  • A catch up with political nerds Doctor Dan and Lui, from the Radio 

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    Covering the latest across Geelong and the Surf Coast, Victorian, and Australian politics.

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    Hosted on Acast. See for more information.

  • Three College Students with three drastically different viewpoints talking about political issues facing each of us, and all campuses, today

  • As we’re all getting excited to get behind Wales as they’re about to enter the world’s biggest football tournament, we are pleased to release this very special podcast. Welcome to Soft Power Cymru, a show about Welsh sports diplomacy.

    In celebration of Wales in Canada where we are looking to deepen our existing relationships and grow new ones. This podcast series focuses on the power of sports diplomacy in Wales, the connection between Wales and Canada in sports and how Wales is punching above its weight in this world.

  • Discover what makes Living In Brisbane so great... and how Brisbane City Council makes our city better every day!

  • It's been a crazy few years in Victoria and as we head into the State Election 2022, Chris interviews some well known and also some little known guests about their experiences with Covid and Lockdowns, local issues and how Victoria moves forward to reconcile and rebuild.

    Authorised by C. Burson, Angry Victorians Party, Tatura.

    DISCLAIMER- The information and material in this podcast, supplementary and associated information available, is for general information only. The opinions and ideas in this podcast should not be constituted as the podcast owners, and no liability is held whatsoever.

  • Find out how we are growing Queensland. An official page of the Department of State Development, Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning:

  • On This is Tas Police we speak to a wide range of Tasmanian police officers who share their stories and experiences on the job. You will find out their reasons for joining the police services and what motivates them every day. You'll also get a sneak peek behind the scenes of the officers who work for Tasmania Police.

  • Sentencing Explained is a podcast about NSW sentencing trends and practices. Join Chair of the NSW Sentencing Council, the Hon Peter McClellan AM KC, in conversation with esteemed guests including judges, police, public interest lawyers, prosecutors, victims’ advocates, and Sentencing Council members. They provide a window into the NSW justice system for students, lawyers, and anyone interested in criminal law. Episodes are released on Mondays. If you’re a student, get the most of each episode and download the study guide at

  • The Warfighter Simulation & Training podcast provides a glimpse into the fascinating future that is being built by militaries and government agencies around the world. The current convergence of emerging technologies brought together from key sectors will deliver an ever increasing force-multiplying benefit to the Warfighter, across all domains.

    Your hosts, two military veterans who, since leaving their respective services, have amassed over 20 years of experience, working with some of the most innovative companies and users in the Defence Simulation and Training space.

    Our goal is twofold: firstly to showcase the latest technologies, projects and concepts from across Defence, Government and Industry. Secondly, to provide an educational repository for those new to the industry, where complex subjects and acronyms can be demystified and explained. A reference for the rest of us.

    We interview leaders from government and industry, as well as subject matter experts who can speak with authority on our bi-weekly episodes. In each episode our aim is to break through the jargon and provide relevant and up to date facts and stories for anyone interested in Defence training and simulation.

  • Ever wondered about the relationship between legal theory and public law? Join legal scholars Ryan Goss and Joshua Neoh as they discuss how law is theorised and interacts with the government in their weekly podcast, Secondary Rules.

    Ryan and Joshua are both associate professors at The Australian National University (ANU) College of Law, teaching Australian Public Law and Legal Theory respectively. Whether you're a law student or just somebody interested in better understanding how our laws are made, Secondary Rules is a must-listen podcast.