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The Australian's Wealth Editor James Kirby, along with business and finance experts discuss the biggest news in business, finance, and economics, and what it means for investors. To read articles on the topics covered in The Money Cafe, take out a subscription to The Australian or download The Australian app at your app store.
 
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In the Fast Lane: F1 and MotoGP

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In the Fast Lane: F1 and MotoGP

Australian Grand Prix

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In the Fast Lane is the official podcast of the Australian Grand Prix. Dedicated to Formula 1® and MotoGP™, host Matt Clayton is joined by Michael Lamonato (F1®) and Chris Vermeulen (MotoGP™) to interview some of the biggest names in world motorsport and update you on all the latest F1® and motorcycle racing news and talking points.
 
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The Familiar Strange

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The Familiar Strange

Your Familiar Strangers

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The Familiar Strange is a podcast about doing anthropology: that is, about listening, looking, trying out, and being with, in pursuit of uncommon knowledge about humans and culture. Find show notes, plus our blog about anthropology's role in the world, at https://www.thefamiliarstrange.com. Twitter: @tfsTweets. FB: facebook.com/thefamiliarstrange. Instagram: @thefamiliarstrange. Brought to you by your familiar strangers: Ian Pollock, Jodie-Lee Trembath, Julia Brown, Simon Theobald, Kylie Won ...
 
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The Little Red Podcast

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The Little Red Podcast

Graeme Smith and Louisa Lim

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The Little Red Podcast: interviews and chat celebrating China beyond the Beijing beltway. Hosted by Graeme Smith, China studies academic at the Australian National University's Department of Pacific Affairs and Louisa Lim, former China correspondent for the BBC and NPR, now with the Centre for Advancing Journalism at Melbourne University. We are the 2018 winners of podcast of the year in the News & Current Affairs category of the Australian Podcast Awards. Follow us @limlouisa and @GraemeKSm ...
 
The Australian Public Service is playing a critical role in delivering the Australian Government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Across all areas and levels of the APS, action is being taken to implement the policies of the Australian Government to support the Australian community. Each week on ‘Work with Purpose’ we will talk to key individuals who are leading the response inside the Australian Public Service. ‘Work with Purpose’ will give listeners a unique perspective on how the Aust ...
 
The Australian podcast that pays tribute to the traditional late night format but with a modern twist. Every episode features original segments, topical monologues, entertaining games, hot takes, hilarious chats and absolutely no fake laughter. Join the hosts Miguel, Rohit, Sen and Kush weekly as they poke fun at university, work and the world around them. All this in a podcast that infuses late night television and Australian humour directly to your ears. New episode out every Wednesday!
 
Are you looking for quality horse racing form analysis and profitable tips, for the Australian Horse Racing? Wanting to improve your knowledge, and be a king of your punt club? Or just a degenerate punter who loves nothing more than some horse racing banter and to make some money? If answered yes to any of the above - or even all 3 (don't worry, we wont judge you!) then join us every Thursday night when we preview Australian Thoroughbred Horse Racing, with form analysis, detailed tips, bante ...
 
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On The Drift

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On The Drift

On The Drift

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The On The Drift Podcast puts out a weekly podcast/videocast about Australian horse racing. We dissect the Group 1 races across the Australian calendar, while providing our value, each-way & best bets each week. We also have a look back on the trending issues in Australian sport, where we discuss the good & the bad events of the week. We love to put our money where our mouth is with our Juicy Stakes segment, where we raise money for worthy causes within the racing industry.We love bringing t ...
 
The Australian Police Journal (APJ) is the country’s preeminent true crime and policing publication, and it has launched a monthly podcast series! Join host Jason Byrnes (jason@apjl.com.au) as he discusses new APJ articles as well as interviews authors and other people of note, about serious crimes, police history, contemporary developments in policing, and future initiatives. The 'APJ' and 'Policing Australia: The Official Podcast of the Australian Police Journal' are produced by the Austra ...
 
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All The Best

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All The Best

FBi Radio

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All The Best is for new Australian storytelling. Hear from a Melbourne-based cannibal, how the Australian Wallabies used theatre workshops to improve their game, anxiety attacks in a Tantric sex class, and what the shopping centre Santa Claus is really thinking, all on All The Best. We're a weekly radio show and podcast produced at FBi Radio in Sydney in association with SYN and Triple R in Melbourne, and broadcast nationally via the Community Radio Network. We’ve been telling stories in a v ...
 
Welcome to The Random Sample, a podcast by the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Mathematical and Statistical frontiers (ACEMS). In this show, we share stories about mathematics, statistics and the people involved. Featuring episodes from The University of Melbourne, The University of Adelaide, QUT and UNSW. To learn more about what the centre does, visit https://acems.org.au. For further resources and shownotes, visit https://acems.org.au/podcast
 
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The Quiet Podcast

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The Quiet Podcast

Audio Projects Group

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An experiment in deep thoughts, focus, relaxation and meditation. We aim to help with any of these mind exercises by presenting you with high quality, long length recordings of the Australian wilderness. Wear headphones to hear sounds all around you in a 3D, immersive space. Subscribe for regularly updated recordings and leave a review to help us spread the word. Have a request for an episode? Send it to hello@thequietpod.com
 
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The Sure Thing

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The Sure Thing

The Australian Financial Review

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The Sure Thing is the untold story of how two university friends hatched a near perfect crime, only to be undone by the desire for more. Angus Grigg pieces together Australia's biggest insider trading scam in a new six-part podcast from The Australian Financial Review. New episodes released every Monday 6am AEDT.
 
Welcome to The Press Office with Kate & Co. PR, the podcast that gives you an exclusive and unfiltered look behind the scenes of the Australian media landscape and public relations industry. It is the perfect podcast for those dreaming of a career in PR, are aspiring journalists or simply just obsessed with all things digital and traditional media.
 
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The ABR Podcast

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The ABR Podcast

The ABR Podcast

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Welcome to The ABR Podcast, produced by Australian Book Review. Released every Thursday, The ABR Podcast features a range of literary highlights, such as reviews, poetry, fiction, interviews, and commentary. Subscribe on iTunes, Google, or Spotify Podcasts, or whichever app you use to listen to your favourite podcasts. For more information about ABR, visit our website, www.australianbookreview.com.au
 
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The Psych Review

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The Psych Review

The Psych Review

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The Psych Review is a podcast reviewing recent developments in Australian psychiatry. The cast is hosted by three psychiatry registrars: Alanna, Shakira, and Mazz. We realise how hard it can be to stay on top of the latest research, so we created this cast to help our colleagues (and ourselves) keep up to date, in quick summary shows of less than 30 minutes. Disclaimer: The Psych Review is not affiliated in any way with The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Pschiatrists (RANZCP) no ...
 
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Open the Pod Bay Doors

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Open the Pod Bay Doors

Innovation Bay

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There is a lot of activity in the Australian startup ecosystem. Ideas, talent, and money are all flowing into this sector at an unprecedented rate. This weekly podcast brings in-depth interviews with the best people making the biggest difference. It's brought to you by Ian Gardiner and Phaedon Stough, technology entrepreneurs helping to grow the startup sector in Australia and New Zealand. Ian and Phaedon co-founded Innovation Bay with a clear mission to help technology entrepreneurs succeed.
 
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The First Serve

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The First Serve

1116 SEN

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The First Serve is your HOME OF TENNIS. Featuring an all year round dedicated weekly one hour 'live' tennis program, the only one of its kind on commercial radio in Australia that is also podcast right here plus commentary from the Grand Slams & Fed Cup/Davis Cup ties, themed podcasts, a strong online/social media presence and print content via our website. The First Serve has one simple aim and that is to keep the tennis conversation going 12 months of the year, covering tennis from the gra ...
 
The Adviser Podcast Network brings together the best of the Australian broking industry within one dedicated platform – delivering brokers professional development advice and top tips on running a successful broking business. Lead by editor Annie Kane, The Adviser Podcast Network includes a number of focused programs, including: Elite Broker: Interviews with Australia’s leading brokers to uncover their career progression, how they’re operating a busy broker business, and their top tips for b ...
 
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The Scrutineers

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The Scrutineers

The Australian

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From the corridors of power to the most marginal seats across the country, The Australian’s politics team will dissect the big stories making headlines as well as the hustings hijinks that will leaving you saying ‘strewth!’. A conversational podcast that brings the listener along for the ride with analysis but also humour.
 
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Omicron: PM calls emergency meetings Decision to allow arrival of migrant workers and international students amid the emergence of highly infectious variant hangs in balance. Scramble as contagious new strain hits Australia Two passengers who arrived in Sydney from southern Africa on have been confirmed as infected with the new, highly transmissibl…
 
Shane Oliver, chief economist at AMP Capital Shane joins Wealth Editor James Kirby on this week's episode of The Australian's Money Cafe. They discuss the great resignation, if we can still trust gold, how the pandemic is going to lift wages and if the RBA talks too much. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
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This week, hear Mike's interview with Stefan Kozlov, who won the USTA's reciprocal wild card to the Australian Open by virtue of a final, title, and title over the last 4 weeks in Vegas, Charlottesville, and Champaign. We've also got an interview with Christopher Eubanks, winner of the Knoxville Challenger one week ago. Finally, to start the show, …
 
COVID-19 has obviously had a huge impact on Australia. House prices have gone up, offices have moved to home, school has become virtual and let’s not forget the great toilet paper crisis of 2020. Every government department has been working hard to embrace this impact and more importantly begin thinking about how to recover from it moving forward. …
 
Pasi Sahlberg is Back! as he presents on 'Building back better for every child' during an ongoing global health crisis at the ACEL early childhood online conference. Support the show (http://acel.org.au/membership)โดย ACEL
 
The Australian modernist photographer Max Dupain is commonly known for his sweltering photograph Sunbaker, which offered the nation one of its most iconic beach images. In today’s episode, Helen Ennis reads her essay ‘Max Dupain’s dilemmas’, which was commended in the 2021 Calibre Essay Prize. It explores the breadth of Dupain’s work beyond Sunbake…
 
Historian and author Michael Bennett talks about some of the amazing stories associated with NSW Police Aboriginal trackers of the 19th and 20th Centuries. Michael’s book, PATHFINDERS: A HISTORY OF ABORIGINAL TRACKERS IN NSW has been nominated for the Prime Minister’s Literary Award in Australian History. For more information about the APJ, go to w…
 
In Part 2 of this interview, Spanian discusses the very harsh transition from Boys Homes into the adult prison system. From petty crime into organized crime, and from 13 years behind bars into publishing a best selling memoir. What was happening in the streets as Sydney made the clunky pivot into innercity gentrification? And what does life look li…
 
This week Carolyn sits down with Jason De León, anthropologist, photographer and author. He is currently the director of the Undocumented Migration Project (UMP) and his research interests revolve around violence, materiality, Latin American migration, photoethnography, forensic science, and archaeology of the contemporary. Throughout this conversa…
 
Nation must hold its nerve, business warns The new Omicron strain of Covid-19 threatens to ­derail a powerful economic recovery. WorkSafe drowning in liabilities Victoria’s workers compensation scheme is being swamped with rising liabilities and losses that threaten its viability. Scramble as highly transmissible new strain hits Australia Two passe…
 
Religion bill ‘a threat to jobs of IVF parents’ Religious discrimination laws will allow women who need IVF or surrogacy to be refused employment or harassed in their jobs by ­religious bodies, lawyers say. Omicron variant cases confirmed in Sydney Australia has recorded its first two Omicron Covid-19 cases among passengers who flew into Sydney on …
 
The Betoota Advocate talks to one of Australia’s most unrefined and uncensored inner-city storytellers: Spanian. Between the 2000 Olympics and the NSW property boom, this week’s guest has a story that was never covered in Domain. In Part 1 of the long-awaited interview with Spanian, the editors dig into some of the most shocking stories that featur…
 
Omicron variant 'may already be in NSW' With urgent testing underway after Sydney arrivals from southern Africa returned positive results, the NSW Health Minister concedes the variant is 'not well understood'. PM announces tough new legislation to tackle trolling New laws pave way for ‘unmasking’ anonymous users who post defamatory comments, while …
 
Premier stands by virus roadmap amid new variant Dominic Perrottet says he intends to stick to the state’s Covid-19 roadmap despite concerns Omicron has reached NSW. Albo is damned if he does and damned if he doesn’t Labor is trapped between its progressive ambitions and the need for political pragmatism — and that’s not a vote winner. Control frea…
 
Concern new Covid-19 variant is in NSW Urgent genomic testing is underway after passengers who arrived in Sydney from southern Africa overnight tested positive. Indigenous kids sitting ducks as Covid comes closer Almost three-quarters of the eligible children cross 30 Aboriginal communities have not received the two vaccine doses. This is our backy…
 
Victoria, NSW's new edict on overseas arrivals Anyone arriving from overseas will be ordered to isolate at home for 72 hours amid concern over the new Covid-19 variant. Indigenous kids sitting ducks as Covid comes closer Almost three-quarters of the eligible children cross 30 Aboriginal communities have not received the two doses of vaccine needed …
 
Border ban as Omicron's spread is revealed Australia has announced new travel rules 'effective immediately' following the identification of a new Covid variant of concern. Huge crowds hit streets for anti-vax protests Thousands of ‘freedom’ protesters, including some controversial politicians, descended on cities across Australia on Saturday to ral…
 
Flights halted, quarantine for African travellers Immediate travel restrictions as Health Minister Greg Hunt lists nine southern African countries 'of concern' over Omicron. Huge crowds hit streets for anti-vax protests Thousands of ‘freedom’ protesters have descended on Melbourne and Sydney as another round of vaccine mandate rallies kick off. It’…
 
Australia set to tighten travel rules over strain Federal government set to follow more than a dozen other countries in response to Omicron, as South Africa lashes out and vax maker 'rapidly advances' variant booster. Omicron variant ‘very worrying’, reaches Europe WHO declares new Covid strain a variant of concern, now detected in Europe, as scien…
 
Omicron variant ‘very worrying’, reaches Europe WHO declares new Covid strain a variant of concern, now detected in Europe, as scientists reveal its ‘horrific spike profile’. We will not bow, Dutton warns China Defence Minister Peter Dutton says Australia must stand up to China or face the loss of national sovereignty as a ‘tributary state’. Labor’…
 
We will not bow, Dutton warns China Defence Minister Peter Dutton says Australia must stand up to China or face the loss of national sovereignty as a ‘tributary state’. Risk of row over PM’s seat picks Scott Morrison has threatened an unprecedented federal intervention to install his preferred candidates into several NSW battleground seats. New cri…
 
Qld apology for border test shambles Queensland Health Minister sorry for 'confusion' surrounding cost of Covid-19 tests required to enter state, days after deputy premier blamed media, and federal government for it. ‘Visionless’: China’s fury at Peter Dutton The Chinese embassy has issued a furious statement attacking Peter Dutton after his speech…
 
We all know the Nazis embraced a bunch of dumb - awful - ideas. But their ideas about how the universe worked? Well that was sincerely whackadoo...Will tells Rod the story!The Wholesome Show is Dr Will Grant and Dr Rod Lamberts, proudly brought to you by The Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science!…
 
Clancy Overell, Errol Parker and Wendell Hussey wrap up all the biggest stories from the week - live from the Desert Rock FM studio in downtown Betoota. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.โดย The Betoota Advocate
 
Qld apology for border test shambles Queensland Health Minister sorry for 'confusion' surrounding cost of Covid-19 tests required to enter state, days after deputy premier blamed media, and federal government for it. ‘Alarming’: Dutton’s chilling China warning The Defence Minister has issued a warning about the situation with China, saying a confli…
 
Australia 'well prepared' for new variant Health officials are working with the WHO to investigate a contagious new variant from South Africa, says Greg Hunt. UK slaps travel restrictions on Africa amid variant fears Scientists raise alarm over a new Covid variant, with UK authorities warning ‘the vaccines we currently have may be less effective’. …
 
PM sends troops and police to Solomons riots Australia will deploy 73 AFP and 43 ADF personnel following a request from Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare. WHO calls crisis meeting over new S African variant A new variant of coronavirus that may evade vaccines has taken just two weeks to take over from Delta as the dominant infection in South Africa.…
 
PM sends troops and police to Solomons riots Scott Morrison announced the deployment of 73 Australian Federal Police and 43 ADF personnel following a request from Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare. We’ll never give up an inch: Jakarta The unusually strident statement that appeared aimed at ending conjecture at its silence over weeks of illegal Chine…
 
Lobbyists blur the line with Labor ‘mates’ Newly elected Labor MPs were quick to line up to lavish praise on three factional heavies, who are now also political lobbyists 'Kangaroo court': PM blasts Labor's ICAC model Scott Morrison has cited the treatment of Gladys Berejiklian as he defends the Coalition's position on a federal integrity commissio…
 
The King rises from the dead and dials in, the FergoDog deices to interrupt ... twice, and somehow we cover races in Caufield, Rosehill and Ascot. The quality is what you'd expect, when you leave Senior in charge. Oh dear.โดย Zac Ferguson
 
Shout out to our good friends at Ladbrokes who sponsor our special interest segment. This episode, we preview the Group 1s at Ascot, the Winterbottom Stakes. As always, we finished off the episode with our Juicy Stakes segment, where we provide our best bets of the day across the country, while raising money for the Movember. To donate, hit this li…
 
'Kangaroo court': PM blasts Labor's ICAC model Scott Morrison has cited the treatment of Gladys Berejiklian as he defends the Coalition's position on a federal integrity commission. PM’s problems aren’t going away, they’re multiplying It’s getting to the stage where rebellions beget more rebels as they see the attention paid them and take the oppor…
 
Moderate Lib crosses floor over ICAC bill Bridget Archer has broken ranks to join a crossbench call to bring on debate for a federal integrity commission bill. ‘Outrageous statement not fitting for premier’ Queensland opposition leader David Crisafulli laments ‘very embarrassing day’ after extraordinary outburst from the Premier. A clear points vic…
 
Each year, the judges of the Calibre Essay Prize face the difficult task of selecting a winner from an impressive shortlist. Last year’s winner was Theodore Ell for ‘Facades of Lebanon’, an intimate chronicle of the 2020 port explosion in Beirut. In today’s episode, ABR turns to another impressive essay, ‘Dugongesque’, which was shortlisted for las…
 
States must share the NDIS load: Reynolds The program was never intended to function as a ‘welfare scheme for life’, NDIS Minister Linda Reynolds has warned. 'Palaszczuk's outrageous barb not fitting for a premier' Opposition leader slams Annastacia Palaszczuk's 'Covid for Christmas' swipe as Canberra-Brisbane relations sour further. Shut lab down:…
 
States must share the NDIS load: Reynolds The program was never intended to function as a ‘welfare scheme for life’, NDIS Minister Linda Reynolds has warned. Lobbyists free to play party kingmakers Victorian lobbyists not blocked from wearing two hats, meaning they can engage in political preselections and spruik business clients to MPs. Shut lab d…
 
No retreat on religious bill, Morrison told A growing rump of conservative Liberal MPs has urged Scott Morrison to avoid further ‘watering down’ of the government’s ­religious discrimination bill. Ardern under fire amid trans-Tasman ban The New Zealand government’s decision to shut Australians out of the country until late April 2022 has been blast…
 
Host Jedd Zetzer is joined by Luke Saville to dissect his 2021 season, which saw him represent the green and gold at the Olympics, reach 10 tour level quarterfinals, and rise to a career high 23 in the doubles rankings.โดย 1116 SEN
 
Retailers blast Andrews vax rule 'blindside' The nation’s $320 billion retail sector has made an uncustomary public attack on the Victorian government. Hennessy quits, out of running to replace Andrews Others who have decided not to recontest include an MP accused of having sex in his parliamentary office, and another who spent lockdown 280km from …
 
PM locks in protection for gay children Religious discrimination act won’t be used as a weapon against gay teachers and students, Attorney-General Michaelia Cash says. 'No point sticking your head in the sand' on China: Dutton Defence Minister says it's time for honesty about the threat of China's creeping influence now and into the next two decade…
 
The boys are rattled this week as they try to recover from the most disrespectful slight they’ve ever encountered. Something foul is afoot (pun intended) as the boys unpack their weeks, beginning with an update on Ro’s moving out adventure. Next Sen and Miguel recount what can only be described as one of the all-time great mugging offs - the boys w…
 
PM locks in protection for gay children A proposed religious discrimination act will not be used as a weapon against gay teachers and students, Attorney-General Michaelia Cash says. Unite or we lose, PM tells rebels Nationals MP Llew O’Brien is considering joining rebel MPs, despite Scott Morrison warning that a divided Coalition would lose the nex…
 
ABC complaints inquiry rejected by Senate The probe, which drew a furious response from ABC chair Ita Buttrose, was suspended after a motion put forward by the Greens and Labor won crossbench support. Xi leads Chinese attack on AUKUS alliance Xi has ramped up efforts to sow regional discord about the three allies, while Peter Dutton also copped a b…
 
Australia has two of the oldest Chinatowns in the world. Due to COVID-19, the once busy streets have now become quiet, awaiting their revival. This week we have two stories about the past and present of Chinatowns in Sydney and Melbourne. Time Machine by Wing Kuang Two years ago, Wing flew to Sydney from Melbourne with the purpose of seeking an unt…
 
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