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Little Charlise Mutten was allegedly shot dead by her stepdad with a small calibre rifle. Tennis champion, Paralympic gold-medallist, advocate and philanthropist Dylan Alcott has been named Australian of the Year, becoming the first person with a disabil­ity to win the top award. It’s not just your imagination: Prices for everything from petrol to …
 
Today we are continuing the discussiong from episode thirty something about the Levant, the Natufians and those civilizations that reemerged after the Younger Dryas Impact to rebuild society and catalyze the Neolithic Revolution. Catch up on that episode before this one for a better listening experience. Today's research led us to an ancient villag…
 
Sydney councils have been accused of using Covid-19 as a cloak to cancel Australia Day events and avoid controversy relating to the “change the date” movement, as others prepare to forge ahead with their own celebrations. Australia has passed the peak of Omicron and is approaching the “beginning of the end” of the pandemic, according to leading inf…
 
THE messy divorce of disgraced former federal politician Craig Thomson and his ex-wife Zoe has taken another ugly turn, with the one-time MP spending Saturday night behind bars after being charged with harassing her. IN what’s been dubbed a “blatant” act of political censorship, Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s account on the Chinese-owned social me…
 
Every student and teacher will be asked to take a rapid antigen test twice a week in order to attend school – but masks will be ­restricted to high school. Masks are here to stay with Premier Dominic Perrottet to keep in place a raft of restrictions for the short-term as he focuses on getting kids back to school safely. Exclusive new polling by You…
 
Australia's childhood Covid vaccination program has been labelled a disaster and it will be impossible to vaccinate every child aged five to 11 before school starts again this week. The heart-rending story that went around the world last weekend – of a distraught Sydney father recounting how his beloved boy had died in the back of an ambulance on t…
 
A week before being ­officially sworn in as NSW Police Commissioner, Karen Webb has terminated the services of Deputy Commissioner Michael Willing, who was tipped to get the job ahead of her. Kallista Mutten is understood to have been staying at the Riviera Ski Park at Lower Portland, in the lead-up to her daughter Charlise Muttens death last week,…
 
A JobSaver program is being looked at by the state government to get small businesses through the “shadow lockdown” sparked by the Omicron outbreak. THE man charged with murdering nine-year-old Charlise Mutten drove around Sydney for up to five hours with her body in the back of a boat while he tried to work out where to dump her, police will alleg…
 
A day before HSC results are set to be published, it can be ­revealed the NSW Education Standards Authority issued veiled warnings to media companies. SECRET mobile speed cameras raked in more than $46 million in fines for drivers going less than 10km over the limit last year, a 750 per cent increase on fines ­issued in 2020. THE stepdad of missing…
 
A secret military-like operation is under way to get every student in the state’s public, Catholic and private schools access to rapid antigen tests (RATs) from the first week of term one. Police spent hours overnight combing through CCTV footage from cameras around the Blue Mountains in a bid to track the movements of a red ute belonging to the fi…
 
BREAKTHROUGH familial DNA technology has resulted in new leads in more than 100 serious cold case crimes including 15 murders, 18 sexual assaults and three kidnappings which took place over the past 20 years. Novak Djokovic was sensationally deported overnight after a unanimous federal court decision dismissed his fight to stay in Australia and com…
 
An army of retired educators and final year student teachers will be hired to keep schools going during the Omicron outbreak. Paying more than $3 million for a house has become the norm in ­nearly one in eight Sydney suburbs. A leading vet has appealed to be allowed to import a Covid-19 vaccine for animals as he fears it is only a ­matter of time b…
 
Novak Djokovic’s appeal against the second cancellation of his Visa is underway following an initial directions hearing before the same judge that quashed his last visa cancellation. It’s Sydney’s “war of the roses” – and the ongoing marital battle ­between Sam and Phoebe Burgess shows no signs of peace. Pregnant women are increasingly turning to e…
 
Children deemed “high risk” under an outdated risk matrix from the state government are being forced to take daily rapid antigen tests to enter daycare because centres and parents can’t keep up with the rapidly changing advice. A fight has erupted over the delays in the federal government’s decision on whether to cancel Novak Djokovic’s visa, as th…
 
Battered and bruised from a two-day kidnap ordeal, Western Sydney man Omar Elomar was returned to his mansion yesterday ­following a rumoured $3 million ransom payment. Novak Djokovic’s bid to remain in Australia has taken a hit after the world No.1 admitted to lying on his entry form and attending an interview while knowing he was Covid positive. …
 
The extreme environmental protest group which blocked coal trains in the Hunter last year, causing delays to millions of dollars worth of shipments, has issued a chilling pledge to “do that tenfold” to ­Sydney’s CBD. Dire stock shortages are no longer limited to fresh food, with Covid-infected delivery drivers and international shipping disruptions…
 
We have a packed episode of some current events. You know we love to look into what we don't know about what we do know, and on today's episode we do just that. This is not a deep dive, however we are preparing our next one. This is an episode of a grab bag of current events so we can all stay up to date on what's happening. I see a lot of articles…
 
Novak Djokovic was dramatically freed from immigration detention last night after a court slammed his “unreasonable” visa cancellation, but a red-faced federal government sensationally flagged another attempt to deport him. A “style” guide was part of a $754,000 spend of taxpayer money over two years on NSW government branding, including templates …
 
A serial rapist has allegedly offended again by sexually touching a young woman in an apartment block lift, but his identity is being kept from the public because a judge previously found naming him could interfere with his “rehabilitation”. Droves of young children will roll up their sleeves for their Covid-19 jab on Monday, while Premier Dominic …
 
The state Government will double its order of 50 million rapid antigen tests for distribution to essential workers in the public workforce and vulnerable communities. Shocking details have emerged of Novak Djokovic’s night of torment when he was taken into custody by Australian Border Force officers amid allegations he was pressured into accepting …
 
COVID patients will no longer be kept in segregated wards and surgical staff will wear full protective gear permanently as at least three major hospitals move onto a “war footing” similar to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Police are investigating whether a rival crime syndicate used the war ­between the Hamzy and Alameddine crime clans as a cover to murder…
 
Novak Djokovic will spend four nights locked in immigration detention amid a fiery legal stoush over whether the unvaccinated star can enter Australia. Rafael Nadal has sent a none-too-subtle message to great rival and world No.1 Novak Djokovic, saying he could have avoided all his troubles if he was vaccinated. Hamzy family crime boss Ghassan Amou…
 
Six million eligible Australians will get free rapid antigen tests as Prime Minister Scott Morrison overhauled the country’s testing regime while still refusing to bow down to calls that they should be free for everyone. Tennis legend Rod Laver says he understands Aussie anger over Novak Djokovic being allowed to compete in the Australian Open, urg…
 
Billboards and mobile phone alerts brandishing the state government’s new testing rules were rolled out last night under a major campaign to keep citizens away from swamped testing clinics. Sydney property prices jumped an extraordinary 25 per cent during 2021 – ­capping off an incredible year that also saw the highest number of sales on record in …
 
Hi all. On this episode we dive deeply into the 320 million dollar minimum total of donations the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has donated to media and scientific journals. We also talk about Prince Andrew having to prove his claim that he is unable to sweat. Join us!Subscribe and Follow us everywhere!@illuminatiteleMusic:Click on these bands …
 
A diplomatic investigation is under way after two police security cars crashed as Australia’s High Commissioner to London George Brandis tried to catch up to and join the Prime Minister’s official motorcade at the Glasgow COP26 climate summit. Genomic sequencing of the sickest Covid-19 patients in NSW has found that 74 per cent of them have the Del…
 
A significant proportion of people classified as Covid-19 hospitalisations in NSW are in reality being admitted for other illnesses or injuries but happen to also have the virus. Tourism experts have declared Sydney will be the beneficiary of less interstate travel this January.... A Court's decision to allow an accused drug dealer “back on the str…
 
Today Doctors and nurses from Sydney hospitals plunged into the nightmare of the Delta outbreak have opened up to the sunday telegraph....revealing the truth of that deadly wave, and how it has made them better prepared for the threat of Omicron. Travel between Sydney and Newcastle would be slashed to just 45 minutes under a Labor proposal for a hi…
 
Former NRL star Frank Pritchard is battling the effects of Covid and could be put in an induced coma WITH an enormous fire-burst of light, Sydney welcomed 2022 with a simple message – it’s time to shine. AUSTRALIA has been warned Covid cases could hit six figures a day, as the prime minister backflipped on a testing rule just 24 hours after it was …
 
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has declared he is disgusted and appalled by the actions of Indigenous activists chanting “let it burn” as flames engulfed the entrance to Old Parliament House in Canberra. THE end of 2021 can’t come soon enough for most Sydneysiders and although there might be people out and about tonight, the famed Harbour fireworks …
 
Following an astounding 11,201 daily cases, Premier Dominic Perrottet has drawn a line in the sand – this is life with Covid and NSW will not go back. NEW Transport Minister David Elliott will push for a stripped-back January train timetable amid plummeting passengers and rising cases of Covid-19 among workers. There are still hotel rooms avaliable…
 
Sydney’s toll roads will once again ramp up their prices on January 1. A THREE-year-old boy who drowned in Lake Macquarie on Christmas Day has been remembered by his family as “our little angel”. INDUSTRY figures across the hospitality and retail sectors have called for isolation requirements for staff deemed close contacts For England to lose the …
 
Health Minister Brad Hazzard has slammed Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk’s decision to hold off on removing “tourism testing” requirements until the new year as “passive aggressive stupidity”. SYDNEY to Hobart supermaxis trio Black Jack, LawConnect and Scallywag have managed to dodge the dramas which have sent more than a third of the flee…
 
Only a handful of Covid-19 cases in intensive care are believed to be infected with the dominant Omicron strain, with NSW Health revealing they believe it is Delta that is putting people in hospital. Rising Covid numbers were not enough to put off Sydney’s bargain hunters on Boxing Day with thousands hitting the shops for some retail therapy. Two p…
 
Premier Dominic Perrottet has urged the community to “stay strong” through what he described as a challenging time. Health care workers have been asked to cancel holidays and work extra shifts to cover for colleagues off due to Covid, as leaked emails shed light on how widespread exposure is in health care workers. Forget simply paying $1m for a ho…
 
On this episode we are talking about humans surviving the Younger Dryas impact of 10,800 BC. These peoples went on to build the most epic megalithic structure discovered to date, and all at the beginning of the neolithic revolution. What was Gobekli Tepe and does the now extinct Denisovan species have anything to do with our survival? Death Metal: …
 
Masks are once again compulsory indoors as NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet made a significant backflip on his policy in the face of record Covid-19 infections. A fight between former flatmates over unpaid rent, a playstation and a cat has left one man dead and his son fighting for life after a wild brawl in Sydney’s western suburbs. Holiday-makers ey…
 
Free rapid antigen tests will be mailed directly to households and QR code check-ins will be brought back for NSW supermarkets and restaurants under changes to the Covid policies in NSW Volunteer lifesavers who dodged crackling powerlines and ignored the threat of flying debris to reach three women struck by a tree during a savage Sydney storm are …
 
A Central Coast public school gave children as young as seven a lesson telling them gender is “the way you feel on the inside”, Fast-tracked booster shots, mandatory masks and new worst-case scenario modelling will be on the ­agenda at today’s national ­cabinet meeting. Mining billionaire Andrew “Twiggy” Forrest is pursuing legal action against Fac…
 
Australia has smashed England by 275 runs in the second Ashes test to take a crucial 2-Nil lead. Every teacher in NSW will be placed on a register so parents can check their suitability for the classroom after new data revealed a record number of public school staffers were fired for misconduct last year. Early data on the Omicron strain is “encour…
 
The public is paying the bill for convicted criminals in the state’s jails to freeze their sperm, while an embarrassed health department has tried to cover up the details. Premier Dominic Perrottet has boldly declared it is time for more “personal responsibility” as he strives to keep NSW firmly open while other jurisdictions stare down the barrel …
 
Bombshell allegations have been made in court that cricketer Stuart MacGill facilitated cocaine deals at his restaurant on Sydney’s North Shore. Luke and Tiffany Hale had spent five years saving up a deposit for a house – only to see it vanish in seconds thanks to scammers. Two years after retired cricketer Michael Slater was kicked off a Qantas fl…
 
The state’s health system is bracing for a third wave of Covid patients, with some hospitals fearing the numbers of this new outbreak could overload emergency and intensive care departments. Pokie profits for clubs and hotels are continuing to soar in the pandemic, with new gambling data showing punters in NSW lost more than $630m last month. The h…
 
Retired NRL star Brett Finch is feeling “stressed and distraught” after being charged earlier this week over allegations he commented on child abuse ­material in an online chatroom. Five primary school classmates were killed and a three others were fighting for life last night after falling from a windswept jumping castle on what was meant to be a …
 
A $7 billion fighting fund will be set aside by the state government to counteract potential Covid impacts and to invest in key reforms in a bid to kickstart the economy if it faces another shock. Residents of upscale Mosman have shut down a Covid testing site in their exclusive north shore enclave, claiming they were at risk of catching the virus …
 
Embattled former NRL star Brett Finch has been ­arrested for allegedly making comments about child abuse material in an online chatroom. Fully vaccinated “close ­contacts” of a Covid case should only need to get a test and isolate while waiting for their results, a number of senior NSW ministers say. More than one in five Year 9 boys in the state s…
 
Work-shy young Aussies should have their welfare cut to force them off the sofa and into hospitality jobs, a sector that is desperate for workers. Senior ministers have reiterated their concerns over a proposed cashless gaming card that would be regulated by the government warning it would unnecessarily punish casual poker machine players. A lonely…
 
A $632 million extension to a western Sydney hospital will fail to increase it’s bed capacity when it opens next year, furious senior doctors have said. Secret mobile speed cameras have issued more fines and collected more money in the past 12 months than in the preceding five years Queensland Police expect as many as 60,000 cars to drive across th…
 
Cameron Munster is like any young bloke who loves an afternoon at the pub, a beer and a punt. However, being a professional athlete, earning $20,000 a week, he has a lot more to lose. Anthony Albanese has signalled Labor won’t back the return of mass immigration ahead of next year’s election after the government revealed it wants to take 160,000 ne…
 
The mother of Oatlands crash ­victim Veronique Sakr has lodged her nomination to become the ­Liberal candidate for the Sydney seat of Strathfield in her quest to ­become a “voice for the voiceless”. Australia’s health insurance funds bid to charge customers higher premiums, has been rejected by the federal government. Australian athletes at the Bei…
 
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