Goldstein votes for change

It took an army of 1400 volunteers coming together in an extraordinary way to deliver victory for Zoe Daniel in the Federal Election. The vast majority had never been involved in politics before, Zoe told Hear and There presenter Nathan Reynolds, but they sensed the chance for change and to do democracy differently.

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Protecting threatened species makes good business sense

Investing in biodiversity is a “positive experience for business”, said Carbon Landscapes Director Dr. Steven Enticott, in conversation with Hear and There presenter Nathan Reynolds. “As an accountant, I’ve done the numbers… and there’s a profit in this”.  Image credit: “Long-nosed Potoroo” by Kristian Golding is marked withCC BY-NC 2.0.

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Warne: A schoolmate remembers

Wayne Fuller (co-presenter of the SECA Panel on Southern FM) played school cricket with Shane Warne, winning the 86/87 Premiership for Mentone Grammar. They stayed in touch over the years and despite Shane’s international success, he never forgot his mates said Wayne in conversation with Hear and There presenter Nathan Reynolds. Image credit: “The Master” by Chris KWM is marked with CC BY-NC-SA

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Putin makes his move

The current crisis on the Ukraine border is pivotal to the future of the world order says Daniel Steedman from Monash University. In a high stakes game, Putin is testing both the mettle of the West and the integrity of the European Union – and China is watching with interest – all against a backdrop of nuclear weapons. Hear and

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