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    This is about how the anti-oxidants, phytonutrients and bioactives in Kakadu Complex from Australia benefits your health and slows down your ageing process in your body. It used to be called Kakadu Juice but now because it's sold in Europe they can't call it a juice; it has been changed the name to Kakadu complex. The Kakadu plum in Australia from Kakadu national park has 300 times more vitamin C than an orange. We look at all the ingredients in Kakadu Complex and how even the fruit called Mangosteen from Indonesia in Kakadu complex slows down inflammation in ones body. We hear about metaflammation in our body makes us age faster and how antioxidants puts a thicker lining on your cells...read more

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    Out of respect for the Riley Family, I've been asked not to name anyone in this audio book out of respect for Indigenous Australian culture as several people in this story have passed away telling their stories about the late Rob Riley. There are interviews and speeches from various people around Australia painting a picture about the life of Rob Riley both personal and professional. Rob was a high profile Indigenous Australian who fought for many social justice issues over 30 years. In 1996 at the age of only 42 Rob took his own life hanging himself in a motel in the city of Perth in Australia. He made one mistake of being charged with a driving offense and the community came down hard on...read more

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    We hear about the furious debate of mining nickel at a place called Yakabindie in the Western Desert of Australia and the protection of sacred sites by Indigenous Australians. Dominion mining company wanted to mine nickel in Jones creek at Yakabindie and a part of the Indigenous community wanted to protect Jones creek. There was a furious debate which involved a heated meeting between 2 groups of Indigenous Australians at Yakabindie. One group was saying that there were no sacred sites in Jones creek and the other group were saying that there were sacred sites in Jones creek which involved the Tjikuna Dreaming story. The Tjinkuna Dreaming story of how Jones creek was formed goes like this....read more

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    This is an investigative report looking at Australia's Royal Commission into why so many Australian's die in jail and prison custody. We hear from one of Australia's leading Criminologists as to how Australian State Governments have not implemented the recommendations from the royal commission It also interviews a police commissioner how the police arrest people and also a CEO of the prison system. It investigates the duty of care of relevant authorities, decriminalisation of public drunkenness, the increase of women going into custody, the use of taser guns, criminal charges being laid against the police and prison guards, the mental health of people in jail / prison and the training of...read more

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    This is an investigative report looking at the Land Rights Act of Australia and the Reeves Report. It looks at Australia's International Treaty with the United Nations, Regional Land Councils, the Benefits Reserve of Australia, the compulsory acquisition of land, breakaway land councils, the burning of the Reeves Report by Indigenous Australians, analysing whether the land councils had too much power and the concept of traditional ownership of...read more

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    This is the true story of how an English woman joined the Wasbies (Womens Auxiliary Service Burma ) in World War 2 to deliver food supplies to the soldiers in the Burma jungle. We hear how she lived with her parents growing up in India and how her father was in charge of the shipping port in Bombay guiding ships in and out of the port. We hear how her brother's plane was shot down over Rangoon in Burma during WW2, and how she went back to Burma in her 80's to try and find his plane and grave. We hear about a memorial service in London for her Brother and other pilots who were shot down by the Japanese. She talks about how she became sick and was rushed to hospital, while on the plane she...read more

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    This is about the life of Magdaline Cottas, an Indigenous Australian who's family live in the remote part of Australia in a place called Cape York. The Cape York Peninsula is the most northern point of Australia. We hear how her Grandfather left New Caladonia in the early 1900's to get away from the French law and settled in Cape York. Her Grandfather worked for Jardine, who was part of the settlement of Europeans. We hear how Jardine shot Indigenous Clans and Magadline's family to colonise Australia. She talks of how Jardine was a brutal man settling Cape York. She talks of how Jardine turned a young Indigenous girl to be his slave and how he tapped her breasts with to pretend he was a...read more

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    This is part 1 of a 3 part series on today's modern Warfare. We take a look at how Pine Gap in the Australian Desert is America's biggest spy base in the world. We hear from Professor Richard Tanter and Greens Senator Scott Ludlam at the Peace conference in Australia 2016. We take an investigative look at the USA's military intelligence and communications base of Pine Gap with its capabilities of spying on citizens of the world by tapping into every cell phone. We assemble the best possible picture of what actually goes on at Pine Gap how it is patched into global networks of surveillance. We reveal the facts that Pine Gap is a War fighting base and helps conduct Drone strikes around the...read more

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    This is part 2 of a 3 part series on today's modern Warfare. We take a look at how Drones from the United States of America are used by the US military and the CIA bombing other countries killing terrorists but at the same time thousands of innocent civilians. We hear from PH student Alex and Greens Senator Scott Ludlam at the Peace conference in Australia 2016. We take an investigative look at how Drones are used in modern warfare. We assemble the best possible picture of how drones are used in today's current war against terrorism. We reveal the facts how there is a link between America's biggest spy base in the World, Pine Gap in Australia and Drone bombings in several countries by the...read more

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    This is part 3 of a 3 part series on today's modern Warfare. We take a look at how America built a military base on Guam in the pacific with Lisalinda Natividad, PhD from the University of Guam. We hear how Guam was bought by the United States under the Treaty of Paris for a small sum of money. It's location in the pacific is strategic military. It was colonised by the United States and is referred to as America's best kept secret. Local people of Guam lack any political power to overturn the US defence agenda on their own island. It's an incorporated territory of the United States, thus on the list of the United Nations of non-governing territories which there are only 17 left in the...read more

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    We hear from Bill Johnson ( an English Man from the UK ) living in Australia how his 19 year old adoptive son ' Louis Johnson ' was murdered in the city of Perth by 5 youths from London. Louis was walking home from his 19th Birthday party when he was attacked. After the gang of youth bashed Louis they went for a swim at the beach but then went back to kill Louis Johnson. They put his body over the curve and ran him over several times shattering his pelvis, with many internal injuries. Later in the morning a cyclist on his morning ride found Louis on the road and called for an ambulance. Once the ambulance service got to the scene things spiraled more out of control with the ambulance...read more

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    I travelled across remote Australia to 3 different states visiting several remote Indigenous communities to see how they lived in regards to creating sustainable livelihoods but also how they used western technology to survive. Again out of respect for Indigenous law of Australia I can't mention any names of people given that people have passed away. I looked at several main issues in their lives to do with energy, planning, communication, health, housing, water and transport, as we all need these to survive, but for these Indigenous people in remote Australia surviving can be a bit more difficult given that they live in such remote places in Australia. I travelled to 3 main regions of...read more

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    Rottnest Island became a part of history how Europeans settled Australia through imprisoning Indigenous Australians in the last 200 years. Rottnest Island is a tourist island off the coast of the state of Western Australia where Australians go to relax at the beach, go swimming and scuba diving but it's only recently been discovered as a prison where Indigenous Australians' were locked up and also many lost their lives and were buried in a mass grave. In the 1970's while laying pipes for a sewerage system, George Pergament talks of how skeletons were falling in on his workmen. But the discovery of these human bones were covered up and never talked about again. In the 1990's there was a...read more