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30 Mar 2015

Steve Poltz Is Looking For Kangaroos

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Canadian-turned Californian musician Steve Poltz joined Angus in the studio to talk his love of film, zebras and his travels around South Australia. Read the full story of Steve’s stroke here. Produced by Angus Randall

Canadian-turned Californian musician Steve Poltz joined Angus in the studio to talk his love of film, zebras and his travels around South Australia.

Read the full story of Steve’s stroke here.

Produced by Angus Randall

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30 Mar 2015

Legal Funding Cut Reversal

Law

The Federal Government has reversed the decision to cut funding to community legal centers, signaling another budget back down amid strong public backlash. Michael Smith, Chairperson of the National Association of Community Legal Services, joined […]

The Federal Government has reversed the decision to cut funding to community legal centers, signaling another budget back down amid strong public backlash.

Michael Smith, Chairperson of the National Association of Community Legal Services, joined Angus Randall to discuss this development.

 

Produced by Christian Longobardi.

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27 Mar 2015

Climate and food production

Agriculture

Climate policy in Australia has been haphazard – we can’t seem to settle on one solution. There are calls for the Coalition to re-institute the dumped Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) and maintain the Renewable Energy […]

Climate policy in Australia has been haphazard – we can’t seem to settle on one solution.

There are calls for the Coalition to re-institute the dumped Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) and maintain the Renewable Energy Target (RET) to help sustain the quality of the food we produce.

Chris Komorek spoke with Associate Professor Richard Eckard, Director of the Primary Industries Climate Challenges Centre at the University of Melbourne.

Produced by Sean McDermott

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26 Mar 2015

Calls to scrap the ‘cashless’ welfare card

Basics CardSK

Following the release of the Forrest Review, more than 30 community organisations, including many leading National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander groups, urged the government not to proceed with the implementation of this recommendation. Yet […]

Following the release of the Forrest Review, more than 30 community organisations, including many leading National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander groups, urged the government not to proceed with the implementation of this recommendation. Yet those calls appear to have fallen on closed ears.

This also comes as the Federal Government continues its attacks on welfare recipients by announcing ( 2UE , 5AA ) another trial of income management.

Executive Director of the South Australian Council of Social Services, Ross Womersley joined Maxine Winkley.

Producer Jarred Sferruzzi

Podcast from the show (8’33”) :

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News & Events

Feature album

My Dreams Dictate My Reality (2015)

Soko

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Within every punk, there’s a kid who just wants to be loved. Armed with loss, heartbreak and a voice that cries for help, multitalented French enchantress Soko is the kind of rebel who gives out kisses instead of black eyes, who steals hearts instead of wallets, and gets trashed on tea instead of liquor.