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  • The craft beer scene in Australia is growing at a rapid pace each year, with a new brewery opening up on average every 6 days. A few mates from Sydney have decided to have a crack at it, but found it hard to find information out there about opening a new brewery in Australia. They're recording all their conversations with brewery owners and professionals, sharing their learnings via a podcast to other aspiring brewery owners.

  • Two Aussie women tackling various theological views, challenging socio-cultural norms and taking it all back to the Bible. Ladies, we don't want you scared of the word theology! It just means us the study of God. Join us as we venture into discussions that are raw, honest, and challenging with a fair bit of laughter along the way. Ultimately the goal is to cultivate a community of women deeply passionate about growing in God's Word and equipped to share the depth and conviction of your faith. After all, we are called to be women that love the Lord your God with all heart, MIND, soul and strength.

  • Beyond the Farm Gate is a show where we shine a light on great Australian stories in agriculture. On the show, you'll hear from farmers who've survived challenges like fire, flood, and drought; farmers who run innovative and unique agribusinesses; and farmers who are balancing work and family in rural Australia. You'll be inspired hearing their stories, and pick up some insights along the way. Produced by Rural Bank.

  • New podcast discussing the many exciting happenings at Holy Trinity Primary School in Curtin, ACT

  • HEDx is focussed on the changing landscape of higher education. The podcast investigates views, opinions and experiences across the sector. Every episode has a range of guests from academic and professional through to industry leaders as the sector moves through these unprecedented times.

  • This is the Inquisitive Vet. A podcast where we explore all aspects of Exotic medicine and surgery. In each episode, listeners will learn from a veterinary leader and mentor at the forefront of Exotic medicine and technology today. Find out more at inquisitivevet.com

  • As human beings we share a commonality.  We are all born into the financial system in which we live.  On a daily basis we make decisions on how we earn, spend, save, invest and give away our money as well as how willing we are to get into debt.

    Welcome to Looking Under the Hood – a podcast all about helping you to unpacking money so you can move towards financial freedom.

    I’m Scott Malcolm, I’ve always been curious to understand how things work.  When I was a kid there was that one time, I pulled apart our family toaster to see how it worked – sorry again Mum and Dad!

    When I became a financial planner – fresh out of Uni in 2000 I had the same desire to get a deep understanding of the money stuff and how to make it work for you.

    What I have learnt and seen working with clients is that the Money stuff is no different.  If you have an understanding of how the system works and how you relate to it, you can empower yourself for a better financial future.

    My aim of this podcast is to give you money insights as we ‘look under the hood’ and unpack how the financial system works, and provide some stories around clients situations I have worked with over the last few decades to give you greater understanding of you and the money in your life.

    We will kick of our first series to look under the hood and unpack money in the context of the Australian financial system.  While tax and retirement systems change between countries the fundamentals and foundations of money are a shared human experience.

    Financial planning weather you are doing it yourself or paying for professional advice, is all about having a decision making framework in place to navigate your life transitions as you move through startup phase, accumulation phase and then into retirement or financial freedom phase.

    I look forward to taking on you a journey to unpack your money stuff and get the foundations in place to be living your ideal life.

    Thanks for listening!  We love your support, please subscribe, review, comment and share this episode to help empower and educate more folks around the money stuff!

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    Money Mechanics Pty Ltd (ABN 64 136 066 272) is a Corporate Authorised Representative of Infocus Securities Australia Pty Ltd (ABN 47 097 797 049) AFSL and Australian Credit Licence No. 236523

    General Advice Warning Information in this podcast has been prepared for general information purposes only and not as specific advice to any particular person. 

    Any advice contained is General Advice and does not take into account any person's particular investment objectives, financial situation and particular needs.

    Before making an investment decision based on this advice you should consider, with or without the assistance of a qualified adviser, whether it is appropriate to your particular investment needs, objectives and financial circumstances.  Past performance of financial products is no assurance of future performance.  Product Disclosure Statements contain information necessary for you to make a decision whether or not to invest in financial products which may be mentioned in this podcast.  

    Ideally we suggest you speak with a licensed financial planner and seek out personal advice!

  • Unpacking all things feminism in a modern world.
    Feminism is everybody’s conversation and it is simply unavoidable

  • Every fortnight, boys from the Junior School of Aquinas College in Perth, WA discuss big philosophical questions of life and interview others for their perspective. What will we learn from them?

  • Welcome to Quite Frankly. A podcast dedicated to empowering the 21st century woman to cultivate authentic female connections, have unfiltered conversations, do the ugly self inquiry & tear down the patriarchy. All whilst having a giggle along the way. Join host Jaz Borri & Amy Ruse each week as the unpack the "tough stuff" with frank conversation and feminist wit.

  • Welcome to No Real Names: An audial deep dive into the centuries-old Sex Industry - why it continues to thrive, how it’s changing, and who we can thank (historically and contemporarily) for keeping it alive.
    Join us for conceptual and philosophical discussions, stories, interviews and so much more as we work to desensitise, destigmatise and decriminalise.

  • Welcome to The Uncovery hosted by Mahalia Jane. Every episode Mahalia takes you on a journey; talking about life, wellbeing and mental healing. Connect with different people from vast experiences to explore bigger conversations about growth and enlightenment. Mahalia's mission is to guide you to health, healing and purpose through meaningful discussions. Every fortnight open your ears and hearts to life-changing in-depth episodes. And each week, get your dose of Weekly Warriors, here to empower the warrior in you. Finish every episode feeling inspired, motivated and empowered to live in a beautiful state. Say goodbye to your pain story and start living your life with clarity and intention. Please subscribe and review if you enjoy the show. Connect with Mahalia on Instagram and Facebook @mahaliajaneco or at www.mahaliajane.com

  • Join Don & Til for the sauce on all things business, relationships & everything in between. Nothing is off limits , welcome to the 'Sauce'.

  • Welcome to the Science and Spirituality Podcast where you’ll be challenged to think outside the box. Chris and Kevin dive deep into universal spiritual principles, while grounding them in scientific evidence ranging from neuroscience, quantum and meta-physics. Expect to leave each episode with an expanded consciousness and practical tips to apply into your life right away. Coming from a relationship that has evolved over 27 years, these brothers have a uniquely fun and playful approach that is like a breath of fresh air. Get ready for your mind to be positively blown!

  • The Language and Literacy Collective Podcast is dedicated to sharing tips and strategies to support language development and encourage a love of literacy in all children. It is hosted by two sisters who share a passion for all things language and literacy. They also share a goal of making literacy inclusive and accessible to all by equipping parents and teachers with the tools necessary to best support their kiddos.

  • Food is connection and sustenance, it is cultural, social, ethical, political and a fundamental human right. In the Anthropocene*, food is also complex and problematic.

    So, grab your knife, fork and spoon and join me as we digest the Australian foodscape, one bite at a time.

    onebitepod.com and @onebitepod across the socials

    *Anthropocene: the period of time during which human activities have had an environmental impact on the Earth regarded as constituting a distinct geological age.

  • Magical thinking and factually incorrect beliefs abound in many industries and Pilates is no exception. Most Pilates education is decades out of date at best, and at worst just plain pseudoscientific.

    Many of these false beliefs have become accepted wisdom in the Pilates industry but are massively at odds with accepted science and best practice in exercise, health and movement teaching. This inconvenient disconnect means there are lots of topics in Pilates that are Elephants in the Room - things we don't question because it's a bit heretical to do so.

    Well, we're here to change that.

    We'll talk about all the Elephants from posture, to core strengthening for low back pain, to scapular stabilisation ... oh boy the list is a very, very long one!

    Warning - we swear. But we have cute accents.

    PS: Yes stabilisation is spelled with an "s" if you're in Australia

  • When Blue Turns Black' is a true-crime podcast with a unique twist from former Queensland Police Officer, Vonny T. This innovative podcast explores the psychological toll crime can have on those men and women in blue who are faced with it every day. Vonny T shares intimate details of her career as a Policewoman, how Post Traumatic Stress Disorder consumed her life and career, and how she found a path to recovery. She focuses on uplifting and inspiring women, for whom traumatic experiences can be especially triggering. The name of the podcast comes from her journey, with blue representing the uniform she wore and black representing the depression that came over her.

  • Dr Nola Firth is an Honorary Research Fellow at The Murdoch Children’s Research Institute and the University of Melbourne. Nola has over 30 years’ experience working with students who have learning disabilities. She was a member of the National Dyslexia Working Party and a presenter at the national Dyslexia Roundtable.

  • The podcast to end eating disorders. It's time to put an end to the many myths and stigma that surround Eating Disorders. There is hope. Hosted by Eating Disorder Recovery Coach Millie Thomas. Produced by Castco Media