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Sunday, 18 August


Choirboys: Run To Paradise - The Stories of Australian Rock "IndyWatch Feed Gippsland"

Saturday 17th Aug, 8.00pm 10.00pm, West Gippsland Arts Centre

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Friday, 28 July


Die Polizei hat das Handy des Thringer CDU-Chefs ... "IndyWatch Feed National"

Die Polizei hat das Handy des Thringer CDU-Chefs Mario Voigt aufgemacht. Der wird der Korruption verdchtigt und hatte initial erklrt, er wolle bei den Ermittlungen gegen sich mithelfen, hat dann aber den Entsperrcode fr sein Handy nicht rausgerckt.

Hier der bemerkenswerte Absatz:

Erst mit Hilfe einer Spezialsoftware habe die Polizei das Handy entsperren knnen. Das sei erst mglich gewesen, nachdem der Hersteller ein Update fr eine Software zur Verfgung gestellt habe.
Was genau soll das heien? Der Hersteller hat dem Handy per Update-Prozess eine fr die "Spezialsoftware" verwundbare Version bergeholfen?

Oder... die "Spezialsoftware" kommt gar vom Hersteller und der hat denen ein Update gegeben, damit sie das Telefon aufmachen knnen?

In beiden Fllen kooperiert der Hersteller mit der Polizei gegen seine Kunden. Da htte ich ja gerne den Namen des Herstellers erfahren.

Oh warte, das "Hersteller" kann sich auch auf den Hersteller der "Spezialsoftware" beziehen. Wieso wrden sie das dann aber hier erwhnen?

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Thursday, 27 July


Mitch isn't well. "IndyWatch Feed National"

Odd moment: McConnell freezes at start of Senate GOP leadership press conference and is escorted to the side by his colleagues Raquel Martin (@RaquelMartinTV) July 26, 2023


Issue 29 Out Now! "IndyWatch Feed National"

Drum rolllll. The new issue of Pip  Issue #29 has arrived! And what a beauty it is.


A Logical World With Logical Solutions "IndyWatch Feed National"

John Kerry (source NYpost)

Introduction by DM

I was believing, for a moment, that Plant Earth was the galactic lunatic asylum where all the mad people were housed and were dictated to by the insane. But, I was wrong. The world is not chaotic or irrational. Our leaders and Influencers are looking out for us.

For your entertainment, here are some gems sent to me:

Stop Growing Food

Thats a great idea, Ive read fasting is good for your health.



The three U.S. Congressional UAP hearings "IndyWatch Feed National"


There have now been three hearings before sub-committees of the U.S. Congress, regarding Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP.) The purpose of this article is to provide concise information about each hearing, together with links to the relevant video and written transcript, which will allow the reader direct access to the content of each hearing. It appears that there will be further UAP related hearings in the near future. 

17 May 2022 "Unidentified Aerial Phenomena."

Committee: House Permanent Select Committe on Intelligence.

Sub-Committee: Counterterrorism, Counterintelligence, and Counter Proliferation.

Chair: Rep. Andre Carson.

Biography | Congressman Andre Carson (

Witnesses: Scott Bray, Deputy Director of Navy Intelligence, ONI.

                  Ronald Moultrie, Under Secretary of Defense (Intelligence and Security.)

Link to video:

Link to transcript:

What was the emphasis of the hearing? Chairman Carson stated:

"This hearing and oversight work has a simple idea at its core. Unidentified Aerial Phenomena are a potential national security threat, and they need to be treated that way. For too long the stigma associated with UAPs has gotten in the way of good intelligence analysis. Pilots avoided reporting or were laughed at when they did. DOD officials relegated the...


Freedom of Information Act - Moderna, Pfizer "IndyWatch Feed National"

As a result of Defending the Republics (DTR) successful Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) litigation against the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), we are excited to announce that we are releasing nearly 15,000 pages of documents relating to testing and adverse events associated with Modernas COVID-19 vaccine Spikevax.

DTR filed its FOIA lawsuit after the FDA denied the expedited production of Moderna COVID-19 records, stating there was no compelling need or urgency for the public to review this information. This spring, DTR reached an agreement with the FDA for the production of approximately 24,000 pages of some of the most important records submitted by Moderna in support of its Biologics License Application (BLA). This is the first part of that production. Later this year the FDA will produce approximately 8,000 more pages of Moderna documents.

These documents are the first significant release of data from Modernas COVID-19 clinical trials. They reveal the causes of deaths, serious adverse events, and instances of neurological disorders (such as Bells Palsy and Shingles) potentially associated with Modernas COVID-19 vaccine.

Importantly, these records also demonstrate the utter lack of thoroughness of these studies. Many of those who died after receiving the Moderna vaccine were not given an autopsy. According to one study, 16 individuals died after being administered the Moderna vaccine.  The studys authors indicated that out of those 16 deaths, only two autopsies were performed, five of the dead were not autopsied, and the autopsy status of nine of the dead was unknown.

See documents within the post:


The former Mr Julia Gillard Tim Mathieson to plead guilty to sex assault charge "IndyWatch Feed National"

Quality. Lawyers for Tim Mathieson, the ex-partner of former prime minister Julia Gillard, say he will plead guilty to a charge of sexual assault. Mr Mathieson, whose name was listed as Raymond Timothy Mathieson, appeared in the Melbourne Magistrates' Court this morning for a mention hearing. Mr Mathieson is...


Why Australian unionists must build solidarity with Ukrainian workers "IndyWatch Feed National"

It is essential that Australian unions join global efforts to build material and political solidarity with Ukrainian workers. This is not just in keeping with our movements long history of struggle and solidarity with international struggles against imperialist oppression, but so we can maximise our ability to put pressure on the Australian government and its imperialist allies against their efforts to transform Ukraine into a neoliberal paradise.

The post Why Australian unionists must build solidarity with Ukrainian workers appeared first on Overland literary journal.


As climate crisis costs rise, who will pay? "IndyWatch Feed National"

Amy Goodman the host of Democracy now and Dennis Moynihan a bestselling author write (Common Dreams 24 July 2023) about the Important question of how the global burden of shifting away from fossil fuels should be shared., and that those countries that have historically contributed the most to putting carbon in the atmosphere should pay more and provide help to [poorer nations. Instead of doing this, they are still trying to push the cost onto others. They say global transition to renewable energy is going to be costly, but the cost of doing nothing would be far greater.

Record-shattering temperatures are baking the Northern Hemisphere, causing death, injury, and displacement. From China to Europe to the United States, regions are breaking not only high temperature records, but are also surpassing the record number of consecutive days of life-threatening heat. Phoenix, Arizona, passed 20 days with high temperatures above 110F. Massive rainstorms and typhoons are flooding cities and towns from India to southern China to New England. Raging Canadian wildfires are blanketing the eastern United States with thick smoke that can cause long-term respiratory damage.

The extreme weatheran increasingly frequent occurrence in our warming climateis having a major impact on human health, ecosystems, economies, agriculture, energy, and water supplies, World Meteorological Organization Secretary-General Petteri Taalas commented on Wednesday, adding, We have to step up efforts to help society adapt to what is unfortunately becoming the new normal.

When Taalas says help society he isnt referring to any particular country; he means human society, globally. A truly effective solution to the climate crisis must be global, based on the rapid transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy. This transition is going to be costly, but the cost of doing nothing would be far greater. The question is, who is going to pay?

Countries like the United States and those of western Europe grew rich by burning fossil fuels with abandon for over a century, while poorer countries in the Global South, many now facing the worst impacts of climate change, have contributed negligibly to carbon levels in the atmosphere.

It has long been acknowledged inside the annual United Nations climate negotiations th...


Retrofit now for looming heat waves "IndyWatch Feed National"

Suggested retrofitting ideas include sealing around doors, windows and walls; improving or adding ceiling, wall and underfloor insulation. Photo Wikimedia

With the warmest week being recorded globally, RMITs Dr Trivess Moore is encouraging home owners to prepare.

Dr Moore said in a press release on Monday, Data from the past few weeks has highlighted we are at a critical and vulnerable point in time.

When it is cold, people dont think of preparing their homes for summer. But now is the time to act before we feel the effects of El Nio, which increases the risks of drought, heatwaves and bushfires.

The longer we delay delivering the type of housing required for a changing climatic future, the more costly it will be to retrofit poor quality and under-performing housing in the future. 

Suggested retrofitting ideas include sealing up gaps and cracks around doors, windows and walls; improving or adding ceiling, wall and underfloor insulation. 

Safety issues

Dr Moore adds, For those with a few practical skills, you can DIY but there are some safety issues to watch out for. 

Investing in good quality blinds or curtains is also advised, for thermal comfort. 

Make sure...


Housing crisis brutal says social housing advocate "IndyWatch Feed National"

More than four in five renters are in housing stress, with homelessness the leading impact of the housing crisis, a report by national housing campaign Everybodys Home has revealed. 

According to the advocacy group, based on surveys of almost 750 people, its Brutal Reality Report found that two thirds (67 per cent) of people are in housing stress; four in five (82 per cent) renters are in rental stress; three quarters (75 per cent) of people are scared about their financial security because of the housing crisis; and two thirds (66 per cent) of people are worried about their mental health and wellbeing.

An Everybodys Home spokesperson said, The report also surveyed housing and welfare organisations across Australia. Nine in ten (89 per cent) reported bigger and more complex workloads, while three in five (61 per cent) said their staff were experiencing burnout or leaving their roles due to the crisis.

Spokesperson, Maiy Azize, says they are calling for more social and affordable housing for people in extreme rental stress. 

Our shortfall is so big that some people in our survey have been waiting for over a decade.

Social housing is the best way to free up cheaper rentals and boost the supply of affordable homes. The federal government must create 25,000 new homes each year to meet the social housing shortfall. 

Our national, state and territory leaders must work to create a better deal for renters. Its time to end unfair rent increases and no-cause evictions for good.

The federal government has to also phase out unfair tax breaks for investors. People told us they want the government to fund homes for people in need, not investment vehicles that push prices up for everyone. 

Meanwhile, public submissions into a federal Senate inquiry into the worsening rental crisis in Australia will be extended till August 4. 

To make a submission to the Senate Standing Committees on Community Affairs, email 

The post...


Israels Parlament winkt den kontroversesten Teil der ... "IndyWatch Feed Nsw"

Israels Parlament winkt den kontroversesten Teil der "Justizreform" durch.

Demnach kann das Gericht knftig Entscheidungen von Volksvertretern nicht lnger auf deren "Angemessenheit" prfen.
Tja. War ein schnes Experiment, mal Demokratie im Nahen Osten zu probieren.

Update: Achtet mal darauf, wie viele Berichte dazu zu erwhnen vergessen, dass Netanjahu gerade wegen Bestechlichkeit, Betrug und Untreue angeklagt ist. Wenn der mit seiner "Justizreform" scheitert, muss er in den Knast.

Ich finde auch bemerkenswert, dass der Mann gestern einen Herzschrittmacher in einer Not-OP eingesetzt kriegen musste. Ein klareres Zeichen von Gott gibt es ja wohl nicht als einen spontanen Herzinfarkt am Tag vor der Abstimmung. Wenn man an sowas glaubt.

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Wednesday, 26 July


'We have never seen this': scientists baffled by behaviour of pilot whales before Western Australia mass stranding "IndyWatch Feed National"

Officials are baffled by the remarkable behaviour of a large pod of pilot whales that grouped together in a heart shape before stranding themselves on a remote Western Australian beach. Drone footage captured the moment the pod of almost 100 long-finned pilot whales moved tightly together before stranding themselves at Cheynes beach about 60km east of Albany on Tuesday evening. By Wednesday morning, more than 50 whales lay dead on the shore, with volunteers, government workers and scientists fighting to save 46 more. WA's environment minister, Reece Whitby, said researchers from across Australia were baffled by the never-before-seen behaviour of the whales in the hours leading up to the stranding.


"IndyWatch Feed Nthamerica" "IndyWatch Feed National"

Incredibly, MSM continues to deny deaths and injuries linked to the Covid jabs.

In this episode of the Patrick Henningsen Show on TNT Radio which aired on July 24, 2023, Patrick talks with Luther to discuss the latest mainstream media denials of vaccine injuries and deaths, and why many people in America are still wearing masks in public long after the Covid mass hysteria has subsided. All this and more. Listen:

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Meta Platforms fined $14 million for Onavo privacy issues: Report "IndyWatch Feed National"

The decision in an Australian court was driven by increasing concerns about illicit activities in the crypto market and the desire to safeguard investors.


Mary Goes to DPP School "IndyWatch Feed National"

(L) Lady Justice, Photo: (R) Police allegedly research the crime, Photo:, with the headline: Parental abduction ring smashed after two-year AFP investigation

by Mary W Maxwell, LLB

As your lawman here on this website, I feel responsible when presenting the law Oz law, US law, Queensland, Massachusetts, whatever. I usually quote a statute or constitution verbatim. However, I have learned today that I have had a wrong impression of the job of the DPP (Director of Public Prosecutions). This probably made my stance wrong in some articles.

The fault lies in my Seppo origins, though that be no excuse. I glibly assumed that Australias way of prosecuting serious crime is more or...


Scientists Receive Green Light to Merge Human Brain Cells with Computer Chips "IndyWatch Feed National"

By Study Finds Brain cells merging with computer chips could be the next evolution of artificial intelligence (AI). Scientists in Australia have been awarded funding...

Scientists Receive Green Light to Merge Human Brain Cells with Computer Chips


ACTION ALERT ~ 20 Tons per Day Medical Waste Processing Set for Ravenswood Area "IndyWatch Feed National"

Jackson County is hills and valleys including the Ohio River valley

Tell WV DAQ: Dont let out-of-state companies pollute hazardous waste in our communities!

Action Alert from the West Virginia Rivers Coalition, July 24, 2023

Thunder Mountain Environmental Services, an out-of-state company, is seeking an air permit to release emissions from a medical waste incinerator near Ravenswood, WV in Jackson County.

While few details are known about the impacts of waste-to-fuel operations, the draft permit indicates carcinogens will be released into the air if this waste-to-fuel incinerator is allowed to operate.

Moreover, there are many unanswered questions regarding how waste will be accepted, processed, and disposed of, leaving us in the dark about the full extent of its impacts.

The WVDEP Division of Air Quality is about to decide on the air permit. We encourage you to voice your about potential environmental impacts and health concerns for surrounding communities before the comment period closes on Thursday, July 27.

Join us in telling the WVDEP Division of Air Quality that we do not want an out-of-state company profiting from hauling in tons of toxic trash to pollute and dispose of in our communities.

In the town of Follansbee, West Virginians have already taken a stand against toxic facilities like this. We must follow their lead in Ravenswood, and anywhere our land, water, and environment are threatened.

Together, we can create a cleaner, safer, and healthier future for all.

>>> WV Rivers Coalition, 3501 MacCorkle Ave SE #129, Charleston, WV 25304. Office: 304-637-7201,


July 26, 2023, House UAP Hearing Archive Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena: Implications on National Security, Public Safety, and Government Transparency "IndyWatch Feed National"


This page is setup on The Black Vault to archive details about the July 26, 2023, subcommittee hearing about Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena, or UAP. It was held by the National Security, the Border, and Foreign Affairs subcommittee.

Archived here will be all information released, including additional information added by The Black Vault. This page will be updated through the day on July 26, then later archived to maintain the information.

Original Press Release of July 20, 2023

WASHINGTONThe Subcommittee on National Security, the Border, and Foreign Affairs will hold a hearing titled Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena: Implications on National Security, Public Safety, and Government Transparency. The subcommittee hearing will explore firsthand accounts of unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP) and assess the federal governments transparency and accountability regarding UAPs possible threats to U.S. national security. This hearing will also highlight legislative efforts to bring transparency to UAPs and require the federal government to provide the American people with information about potential risks to public safety and national security.

The Pentagon and Washington bureaucrats have kept this information hidden for decades, and were finally going to shed some light on it. Were bringing in credible witnesses who can provide public testimony because the American people deserve the truth. Were done with the cover-ups, said Rep. Tim Burchett (R-Tenn.).

In 2022, at the direction of Congress, the Department of Defense created the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) to investigate UAP reports. The federal government spends millions of dollars examining UAPs yet refuses to be forthcoming with the American people as it continues to declassify certain videos and studies on various UAP incidents with little clarity on the subjects origins.

The status quo on the part of the U.S. government has been to leave the American public in the dark regarding information about UAPs, refuse to answer questions posed by whistleblowers, avoid the concerns Americans have about the possible threats UAPs pose to our national security and public safety, and default to extreme and unnecessary over-classification. If the last few months have taught me anything, it is that this is an issue that matters to Americans. It also impacts the transparency and accountability our government is supposed to grant to the pe...


The International in Support the Troops "IndyWatch Feed National"

The second commentary in our ongoing symposium on Katharine Millars Support the Troops: Military Obligation, Gender, and the Making of Political Community. Pinar Bilgin is a professor of International Relations at Bilkent University, Ankara. She is the author of The International in Security, Security in the International (Routledge, 2016) and Regional Security in the Middle East: A Critical Perspective, 2nd ed. (Routledge, 2019).

Support has emerged as the new service following a moment of disconnect with the troops in the UK and the US, we learn from Kate Millars book, Support the Troops. How about other parts of the world that apparently experienced no such disconnect? Support the Troops makes no claim to explain what happens outside the US and UK cases. But I wonder if, by missing aspects of the international, were missing a part of the condition of possibility of all this? In what follows, I will consider the international that has allowed for support to emerge as the new service in some parts of the world, even as others continue to serve and support in some other parts of the world.

Millar acknowledges that StT discoursesalmost uniformlyfail to engage with the international in that Iraqi, Pakistani, and Afghan civilians killed by the wars are rarely mentioned (175). But then, inter-state wars do not exhaust the international. The author also considers the colonial background. These states the US, UK, and others with pervasive support the troops practices, notably Canada and Australiaare also unified by their status as colonial states, she notes (177). Indeed, following Tarak Barkawis argument in Soldiers of Empire, colonial military relations have shaped post-colonial military relations. Yet again, post-/colonial relations do not exhaust the international.

The international in Support the Troops can also be located in post-World War II relations between Europe and non-Europe. When I write Europe, I refer to Western Europe and North America as the geographies that are put at the centre by those who are carriers of this particular w...


6 Bathroom Tile Trends "IndyWatch Feed National"

Whether youre in the market for a full bathroom makeover or a simple touch-up, there are plenty of bathroom tile trends that can kick-start your transformation. Tiles are a fantastic way to add colour, patterns and visual flair to your bathroom and make an impact. Today, well discuss 6 bathroom tile trends that will help you update your bathroom and create something modern, stylish and impactful.

  1. Mixed Matte and Gloss Tiles

While combining tiles with different finishes might sound odd, the reality is that its a great way to enhance the visuals of your bathroom and create an aesthetic thats modern and cutting-edge. We recommend combining matte and gloss tiles of different shades of the same colour, as it creates a bold yet understated design. What makes it so visually appealing is that the glossy tiles catch the light, opening up the space and creating a contrast with the matte tiles that catch your eye for all the right reasons.

  1. Experimenting With Patterns

Patterned tiles remain a staple of modern bathrooms around the world, immediately injecting personality anywhere they go. One thing to consider when selecting patterned tiles is their size, especially in relation to the dimensions of your bathroom.

You dont want to create something too busy or overwhelming, so consider selecting a soft pattern that will complement the rest of the interior rather than distract from it. If you do want to select a pattern thats more dramatic, balance it out with simple walls and fixtures so that your eyes know where to look and dont cause a sensory overload.

  1. Metallics

Whether its copper, gold or brass, metallic-effect tiles are a surefire way to create an industrial-style bathroom thats sleek and modern. With their rich tones, metallic tiles are unexpectedly warm and come in an impressive variety of finishes, sizes and colours.

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If you do decide to go with metallic tiles, stay away from choosing any clashing tapware in your sink, shower or bathtub. Matte black can be a great alternative, allowing your matt tiles to be the focal point of the room and stand out in the best way possible.



Dont think it, just feel it: Folklore weaver Fanny Lumsden returns with new album Hey Dawn "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

With a profound dedication to storytelling and an innate ability to weave emotions into her songs, Australian artist Fanny Lumsden is on the cusp of releasing her much-anticipated album, Hey Dawn.

A labour of love and passion, Lumsden worked intensively to find the world, themes, and messages of this album. Due out on 4 August, it promises to be a captivating exploration of human experiences and emotions through the lens of Lumsdens unparalleled storytelling.

Keep up with the latest music news, festivals, interviews and reviews here.

Essentially its exploring how the stories we are told, the ones we tell and the ones we tell ourselves shape us and change colour over time, Lumsden says of her new release.

Sonically I wanted each story to feel right (emphasis on the feel). The theme song, opening track/front cover song Hey Dawn was a moment I had in the recording process where it all came together, I got up one morning whilst recording and as the sun slipped over the horizon I literally said to it hey dawn and from that moment on I was a lot more present and accepting that the place I was in, the person I am right now and the stories I have to tell are the right ones for this moment, dont think it. Just feel it.

Described as her most sonically diverse offering yet, Lumsdens approach to incorporating different musical elements while staying true to her acoustic songwriting style is rooted in her gut feelings and intuition. I am excited to explore, she says, and I dont feel like instrumentation should be limited due to what genre you have been put in. We made decisions based on each song, each story, and focused on what was the best way to portray them through sound.




Melbournes newest festival, The Eighty-Six, unveils sensational program "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

From the previously announced legendary Theo Parrish to Los BitchosOtoboke BeaverUnknown T and more, Melbournes newest festival, The Eighty-Six, is set to be an unparalleled celebration of the citys vibrant music culture.

With the just announced Super Saturday, Independent Music Exchange and 1800 Street Party from October 23 to 31 a staggering concentration of live music venues are all taking part in this huge festival stretching along the 86 on High Street from Westgarth to Preston.

Keep up with the latest music news, festivals, interviews and reviews here.

Ive always felt Melbourne needed a festival that stays within and elevates our grassroots environment. says The Eighty-Six Co-Founder & Artistic Director, Woody McDonald. The Eighty-Sixs goal is to do this, and theres currently no better area than High Street to be our festival precinct.

The centrepiece of The Eighty-Six is undoubtedly Super Saturday, which will take place on October 28. In an astute nod to the raging cost of living thats been battering young and old alike, the whole day (and night) will be free. Thats over 200 performances, an indie record label expo and, yes, even a dog bonanza. All free.

With over 40 curators, this event promises a musical journey like no other. From bars and nightclubs to record stores and bocce courts, the entire area will be alive with the sounds of more than 200 of Victorias finest live acts and DJs, going strong from early A.M. until sunrise.

Melbourne is one of the worlds great music cities, Woody McDonald continues. A hub of discovery and subculture, where art and entrepreneurial spirit are valued. It also produces a wild amount of music and is internationally considered a hotbed of musical greatness.

The Eighty-Six

Beyond Super Saturday, The Eighty-Six has an array of satellite events to keep the festivities going. Independent Music Exchange, brought to you by Efficient Space and Butter Sessions, celebrates the crucial rol...


WIN! Were giving away double passes to new horror fantasy Dracula: Voyage of the Demeter "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Based on a single chilling chapter from Bram Stokers classic novel, Dracula: Voyage of the Demeter tells the terrifying story of the merchant ship Demeter, which was chartered to carry private cargofifty unmarked wooden cratesfrom Carpathia to London. 

Strange events befall the doomed crew as they attempt to survive the ocean voyage, stalked each night by a merciless presence onboard the ship. When the Demeter finally arrives off the shores of England, it is a charred, derelict wreck. There is no trace of the crew.  

Keep up with the latest in local news and entertainment here.

The film stars Corey Hawkins (In the Heights, Straight Outta Compton) as Clemens, a doctor who joins the Demeter crew, Aisling Franciosi (Game of Thrones, The Nightingale) as an unwitting stowaway, Liam Cunningham (Game of Thrones, Clash of the Titans) as the ships captain and David Dastmalchian (Dune, the Ant-Man franchise) as the Demeters first mate. 

The film also features Jon Jon Briones (Ratched, American Horror Story), Stefan Kapicic (Deadpool films, Better Call Saul), Nikolai Nikolaeff (Stranger Things, Bruised) and Javier Botet (It films, Mama).

From DreamWorks Pictures and the producers of Zodiac and Black Swan, Dracula: Voyage of the Demeter is directed by Norwegian horror virtuoso Andr vredal (Scary Stories To Tell in the Dark, Trollhunter), from a script by Bragi F. Schut (Escape Room), Stefan Ruzowitzky (The Counterfeiters) and Zak Olkewicz (the upcoming Bullet Train), based on the chapter The Captains L...


Submission to the Inquiry into the Rental and Housing Affordability Crisis in Victoria "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Legislative Council Legal and Social Issues Committee 7 July 2023 Thank you for the opportunity to submit to the Legal and Social Issues Committees inquiry into rental and housing affordability. Prosper Australia is an independent research institute formed over 100 years ago to further public knowledge of the teachings and principles of economist and land []


Aboriginal Australians defeat nuclear dump "IndyWatch Feed National"

Aboriginal Australians defeat nuclear dump

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Yeah Nah Pasaran! #171 w Max Kaiser on Jewish Antifascism and the False Promise of Settler Colonialism : July 27, 2023 "IndyWatch Feed National"

This week on Yeah Nah Pasaran! we talk to Max Kaiser [Twitter] about Jewish Antifascism and the False Promise of Settler Colonialism (Palgrave Macmillan, 2022) which: takes a timely look at histories of radical Jewish movements, their modes of Holocaust Continue reading


Last minute logging still possible at Mt Stirling? "IndyWatch Feed Gippsland"

The announcement that native forest logging will end in eastern Victoria on January 1, 2024 is great news for the forests of the high country.

We wrote a brief piece explaining the implications of the announcement here.

As we noted in that story, this means the state will be spared another six years of intensive logging and allow us to start the generations long work of restoring a landscape that has been deeply impacted by intensive logging and repeat fires in recent decades.

However, significant areas of the high country are still included in an updated Timber Release Plan (TRP) which could be logged before the January 1 cutoff date.

We are watching a number of key areas, including Mt Stirling, the headwaters of the Little Dargo, and Mt Wills area to ensure that no last minute cut and run logging occurs.

It is good to note that Alpine Resorts Victoria is saying that proposed logging at Mt Stirling may not proceed given the cessation of logging by January 1, 2024.



US, Australia Launch Largest-Ever Joint Military Exercise "IndyWatch Feed Nsw"

This years Talisman Sabre exercise involved 11 other nations and over 30,000 military personnelby Dave DeCamp Posted on

The US and Australia on Friday launched the largest-ever iteration of their Talisman Sabre exercise as the US is increasingly focused on building alliances in the Asia Pacific against China.

The Talisman Sabre started in 2005 as a biennial exercise between the US and Australia. This years iteration involves participants from 11 other countries and over 30,000 military personnel.

US Navy Secretary Carlos Del Toro spoke at the opening ceremony on Friday and said the massive drills served as a warning to China. The most important message that China can take from this exercise and anything that our allies and partners do together is that we are extremely tied by the core values that exist among our many nations together, he said at a naval base in Sydney.

In a symbolic gesture to demonstrate the growing military ties between the US and Australia, the US on Saturday commissioned a naval vessel in Sydney, the USS Canberra, an Independence-class littoral combat ship. It marked the first time the US ever commissioned a US Navy ship was commissioned in a foreign port.

Del Toro has previously said that the US Navy envisions turning Australia into a full-service submarine hub for the US and its allies in the region under the AUKUS military pact that was signed between the US, Britain, and Australia in 2021 that will result in...


Small Australian Penguins Saved By Large White Dogs "IndyWatch Feed National"


Just off the picturesque coast of Warrnambool city in Australia, lies a hidden gem called Middle Island. This unassuming island is not only a breathtaking natural wonder, but it is also home to some very small and special residents who have become the center of a remarkable achievement.

Meet the adorable little penguin, affectionately known as the fairy penguin. As their name suggests, these charming creatures are the smallest penguins in the world, standing at a mere 35 centimeters tall. Despite their petite size, they possess a unique spirit that captures the hearts of locals and visitors alike.

However, the tranquility of Middle Island was once disrupted by a grave threat to the little penguin population. Starting in 1991, sedimentation and tidal patterns created a temporary pathway, a tidal causeway, between the island and the mainland. Unfortunately, this newfound connection proved to be a gateway for foxes, who swiftly seized the opportunity to wreak havoc on the vulnerable ground-nesting birds.

In the face of this crisis, an unexpected hero emerged. Swampy Marsh, a humble chicken farmer residing nearby, possessed a wealth of knowledge on outsmarting and protecting...


Leura Park Estate is hosting a massive Barrel Shed Sale with nothing over $25 "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Its well known that we are fans of a cheeky wine or two but we also do enjoy a sale, especially when the sale comes at the hands of our beloved winemakers.

Perfect for the wine lovers out there who love a bargain, Leura Park Estate is gearing up for an epic Barrel Shed Sale this August.

Keep up with the latest food and booze news across the region here.

Taking place on Saturday, August 5, from 1 pm to 5 pm, this will be the place to be to score some amazing deals on their top-notch wines.

On the day, Leura Park Estate is offering some unmissable bargains with nothing over $25! Thats right; you can stock up on your favourite wines without breaking the bank. And if thats not enough, there will also be a bunch of two for one deals, making it the perfect opportunity to try different vintages and varietals.


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Edition 806 on sale TODAY! "IndyWatch Feed National"

Yes or No: Its your choice.

In this edition youll read about:

The arguments for and against the proposed Voice to Parliament have now been released. The Indigenous voice yes and no campaigns have unveiled their pitches, with opponents warning of legal risks as those in favour say it will improve lives. All households will receive a printed pamphlet in the coming months ahead of the referendum, to change the constitution to enshrine an Indigenous voice to parliament, to be held between October and December. 

ULURU Youth Dialogue Co-Chairs Bridget Cama and Allira Davis respond to questions about the proposed Voice to Parliament. Youll find the answers to popular questions like, What is the Uluru Dialogue and the Uluru Youth Dialogue?, Why are young people important both First Nations young people and non-Indigenous young people for the referendum? and Can you address a concern amongst our Mob that being within the Constitution will cede our sovereignty?.


AUSTRALIA has gone green and gold for the Matildas with more than 75,000 fans turning up to watch their first World Cup match against Ireland. The Matildas kicked off their campaign at Stadium Australia with a 1-0 win thanks to step-in captain Steph Catleys penalty in the second half as the Tillies opened their campaign last week. Close to 1.4 million tickets have been snapped up, surpassing previous tournament records.


Australian Dollar and Bitcoin "IndyWatch Feed National"

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The Vic Open Returns to Victoria in 2024, bringing golf superstars to the Bellarine Peninsula "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

In exciting news for golf enthusiasts (and the region as a whole), the Vic Open is set to make a spectacular comeback to Victoria.

The international golf tournament is all set to tee off at the picturesque 13th Beach Golf Links on the Bellarine Peninsula from 1st to 4th February 2024.

Keep up with the latest in local news and entertainment here.

Bringing golfing glory to the Bellarine Peninsula, the tournament takes place across the Beach course and the Creek course at the popular seaside facility near Barwon Heads.

Notably, the Vic Open will be a beacon of equality in the sporting world, with both men and women players competing for equal prize money on the same courses, at the same time. The event will offer an impressive $420,000 in prize money for each category, making it a thrilling and fair competition for all.

With over 200 talented men and women golfers participating in the opening round, the stakes will be high right from the start. Only the top 35 male and female players, along with ties, will progress to the final day on Sunday, 4th February 2024, where they will battle it out for golfing supremacy.


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New Zealand Maori radio on The Palestine Laboratory "IndyWatch Feed National"

During my recent book tour in New Zealand for The Palestine Laboratory, I was interviewed by the countrys first Maori radio station.

It was an interesting conversation and highlighted that many Maoris I met throughout the country were both aware of the grim situation in Palestine and actively opposed Israels occupation. It was solidarity with another colonised people.


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AI, Political Puppets, Plaskett, Nuclear Weapons and the Usual Suspects "IndyWatch Feed National"

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AI and Public Servants

This is G5s response to this Daily Mail article:

A brain living in the Matrix scientists unveil $600,000 plan to merge MORE human brain cells with AI funded by Australian intelligence agency.

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Daniel Duggans imprisonment is a denial of justice and an affront to Australias sovereignty "IndyWatch Feed National"

Contributed from Victoria

Too many Australians still dont know who Daniel Duggan is, even if his case has significant repercussions and says a lot about how legal process is Australia is being transformed into something that we should all be worried about. Everyone should know more about what is happening to this man.

Daniel is a former American and now Australian citizen and a family. He was once a US marine, and since coming to Australia, built a pilot training business. This led him to a contract to for commercial pilot training in South Africa, with a company that goes by the name of the Test Flying Academy of South Africa (TFASA).

It happened that he had some of the students were Chinese citizens. Theis led authorities in Washington to accuse TFASA and Duggen of working with the Chinese to undermine United States policy. It led to action to capture Duggan, and it appears, with the assistance of the Australia Security and Intelligence Organisation (ASIO), which is immersed in the United States led confrontation with China.

Through this agency Daniel Duggen was called and offered a job in Australia. He went for it, was arrested by federal police and imprisoned, wasnt offered bail and has been kept in solitary confinement. Daniel has now been locked up in this way for more than 9 months, without an ending in sight.  He next faces court on 24 November.

The cover was the issuing of an Interpol red notice that provides for extradition on certain grounds. It excludes extradition in cases that are political. Australia also has an extradition treaty with the United States, and this too spells out that it does not allow extradition for any alleged political offence.

All of this is being violated.

Top Gun Pilot Faces U.S. Extradition Fight Over Chinese Fighter Allegations

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Local multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Immy Owusus debut album LO-LIFE! is a masterclass "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Immy Owusu may well be one of the most deserving word-of-mouth sensations that our region has seen in recent years.

His debut release, LO-LIFE! is an absolute masterclass of instrumentation, dynamically showcasing the Geelong-based musicians multifaceted artistry alongside a meticulous balance of both synthetic and organic arrangements. 

Keep up with the latest music news, festivals, interviews and reviews here.

Crafting a wholly intoxicating style, Immy Owusu is without a doubt an artist to watch in 2023

Blending mellifluous mixes of jazz, psychedelia and African highlife, Immys self-described brand of lo-fi highlife draws from a variety of influences, while delivering a healthy dose of originality, with his velvety smooth, self-effacing vocals and bilingual lyricism adding a uniquely enriching flavour that can only be described as individualistic. 

This is further strengthened by his all-star band, which features members of Karate Boogaloo, The Senegambian Jazz Band and Surprise Chef, who help to bring Immys magic to life.

And it really is magical from the opening fanfare of Elevation to the methodical finger-picking and ethereal mono synth lines of What A Love, youll find yourself immediately mesmerised by Immys lush soundscapes. 



Indie Spa: Where relaxation meets playful charm on the Great Ocean Road "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

If youre on a quest for relaxation and adventure, look no further than Indie Spa, a brand-new day spa and bathhouse nestled along the breathtaking Great Ocean Road.

This unique day spa and bathhouse on the Great Ocean Road is anything but ordinary. With a focus on celebrating individuality, Indie Spa invites everyone to sip, steam, and soak in their own signature style.

Keep up with the latest Victorian travel destinations, news and tips here


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Collapsing drama to grapple with difficult realities: Vidya Rajans Crocodiles "IndyWatch Feed National"

It is essential for other writers, makers, and performers who dont stem from the culturally dominant white, middle-class world that produces most Australian culture to see and feel and experience these works, these different ways of making and languaging, so they may be emboldened to do the same. And, importantly, so that the ways in which we see and understand ourselves continues to be ever more nuanced, sophisticated and evolved.

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Dotty Domains: The Pentagons Mali Typo Leak Affair "IndyWatch Feed National"

Fleet-footed agility and sharp thinking rarely characterise the plodding bureaucrat.  An argument can be made that different attributes are prized: cherished incompetence, spells of inattentiveness, and dedication to keeping things secret with severity.  What matters is not what you did, but what you pretended to do.

Even with maintaining secrecy, the plodding desk-job hack can face problems, all falling under the umbrella term of human error.  Papers and files can stray.  The occasional USB stick can find its way into unwanted hands. And then there is that damnable business about the cloud and who can access it.

Despite repeated warnings over a decade by the Amsterdam-based Mali Dili, contracted to manage email accounts of the West African state, traffic from the US military continued to find its way to the .ml domain, the country identifier of Mali.  (For all we know, this may still be happening.)  This arose because of a typing error, with .mil being the suffix for US military email addresses.

Other countries also seemed caught up in the domain confusion.  Over a dozen emails intended for the Dutch military also found their way into the Johannes Zuurbier with .ml being confused with .nl.  Eight emails from the Australian Department of Defence, intended for US military consumption, also met the same fate.  These include problems about corrosion in Australias F-35 and an artillery manual carried by command post officers for each battery.

The man most bemused by this is not, it would seem, in the Pentagon, but a certain Dutch entrepreneur who was given the task of managing the domain.  Johannes Zuurbier has found himself inconvenienced by the whole matter for some years.  In 2023, he decided to gather the misdirected messages.  He currently holds 117,000 of them, though he has received anywhere up to 1,000 messages a day.  He has been good enough to badger individuals in the US national cyber security service, the White House, and the local defence attach in Mali.

The Financial Times reports that the contents of such messages vary.  Much of it is spam; a degree of it comprises X-Rays, medical data, identity documents, crew lists for ships, staffing names at bases, mapping on installations, base photos, naval inspection reports, contracts, criminal complaints against various personnel, internal investigations on bullying claims, official travel itineraries, bookings, tax and financial records.

While not earth shaking, one of the misdirected emails featured the travel itinerary of General James McConville, the US Armys Chief of Staff, whose visit to Indonesia was noted, alongsid...


Save big on movie tickets every Tuesday with Ticketek Movie Tuesdays at HOYTS "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Movie buffs, rejoice! HOYTS and Ticketek have joined forces to bring you the ultimate cinematic treat Ticketek Movie Tuesdays!

Starting from Tuesday, July 25, this exciting partnership offers incredible discounts on movie tickets every Tuesday at HOYTS, making it the perfect day to catch the latest blockbusters without breaking the bank.

Keep up with the latest in local news and entertainment here.

Whether youre a dedicated concert-goer, sports enthusiast, theatre lover, festival fanatic, or family fun-seeker, Ticketek is the leading ticketing organization with a reputation for delivering top-notch entertainment experiences. And now, their MyTicketek members can enjoy big savings on movie tickets at HOYTS, so you can embrace the magic of cinema more often!

For HOYTS CEO Damian Keogh, this partnership is a match made in entertainment heaven. Ticketek Tuesday movie tickets will start from just $13 each* for standard sessions, with great deals available for Xtremescreen, 3D, D-BOX, and HOYTS LUX sessions as well, says Damian.

So, you can indulge in the luxury of HOYTS LUX or be blown away by the immersive experience of Xtremescreen, all at a fraction of the cost.

To grab these discounted tickets, all you have to do is log into your Ticketek account and follow the HOYTS link in the My Account Offers section. You will be able to purchase tickets to the movie session of your choice. Simple, right? Alternatively, you can get your tickets at HOYTS cinemas point of sale using the Ticketek in-cinema code*. Whichever way you choose, its lights, savings, action!

With an exciting lineup of blockbuster movies like Oppenheimer, Barbie, Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny, and Mission: Impossible Dead Reckoning Part One, your Tuesday movie nights are about to get even better.

So, grab your popcorn, gather your friends, and prepare for a cinematic extravaganza at HOYTS every Tuesday!

Sign up as a Ticketek member at and let the movie magic begin! 

Note: Online booking fees and experience surcharges apply for 3D, Xtremescreen and D-BOX sessions.

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Reviewing current and proposed sexual consent laws "IndyWatch Feed National"

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Affirmative consent for sexual interactions became law in NSW on 1 June, 2022, but not all states and territories in Australia have affirmative consent laws. On 29 November, 2022 the Australian Senate referred an Inquiry into current and proposed sexual consent laws in Australia. Today at the Senate Hearing into current and proposed sexual consent laws across Australia, No to Violence CEO Jacqui Watt called for an affirmative consent model for any case that comes before the court.

Other recommendations that have been made include harmonising Australias consent laws across all jurisdictions to ensure consistency of both laws and understanding of sexual consent which were recommended by both Full Stop Australia and ANROWS (Australias National Research Organisation for Womens Safety) who both provided submissions to the Inquiry.

The Law Council recognised the inconsistencies in consent laws across various jurisdictions on the experience of victim-survivors in their submission and supported a national evaluation of sexual consent laws. They also recognised that women and girls are more likely than males to have experienced sexual violence and that the incidence of sexual harm often overlaps with other patterns of violence, including family and domestic violence and child abuse, and disproportionately affects already marginalised groups in society.

Sexual violence is widespread but underreported. Most reports of sexual violence do not make it to court, pointed out the Law Council.

Sexual violence matters s...


Liz Stringer announces First Time For The Last Time solo tour "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

<p>Much-loved Milk! Records recording artist and Melbourne singer/songwriter Liz Stringer caps off a busy 2023 and brings to an end her work on her acclaimed 2021 album <em>First Time Really Feeling</em> with her First Time For The Last Time solo tour this October.</p> <p>The tour kicks off on October 6 at Palais Hepburn in Hepburn Springs, Vic, and will take Liz to various locations across the country, including Canberra, Brisbane, Adelaide, and more.</p> <h3>Liz Stringer Tour Dates</h3> <p>Fri Oct 6 Palais Hepburn, Hepburn Springs, Vic</p> <p>Wed Oct 11 The Cordial Factory, Grenfell NSW</p> <p>Thu Oct 12 Smiths Alternative, Canberra ACT</p> <p>Fri Oct 13 Milton Theatre, Milton NSW</p> <p>Sat Oct 14 The Vanguard, Newtown NSW</p> <p>Thu Oct 19 Bellingen Memorial Hall, Bellingen, NSW</p> <p>Fri Oct 20 The Eltham Hotel, Eltham NSW</p> <p>Sun Oct 22 Leftys Music Hall, Brisbane NSW</p> <p>Fri Oct 27 The Memo, Healesville, Vic</p> <p>Sat Nov 4 Darwin Railway Club, Darwin NT</p> <p>Fri Nov 10 Grace Emily, Adelaide, SA</p> <p class="p1"><b><i>Keep up with the latest music news, festivals, interviews and reviews </i></b><a href= ""><span class= "s1"><b><i>here</i></b></span></a><b><i>.</i></b></p> <p>Liz has been a busy bee the last few years, joining forces with the iconic Midnight Oil on their Resist tour as a backing vocalist and support act. She even collaborated with fellow Oils guest William Crighton on a breathtaking cover of Golden Age earlier this year, featuring Jim Moginie on bass and Rob Hirst on drums.</p> <p>The accolades have also poured in, including an AIR Award for Best Blues & Roots album and her first entry into the ARIA Top 20.

Its a very magical place to play: Melbournes Liz Stringer to bring her powerful live performance to Port Fairy Folk Festival</a></p> </blockquote> <p>...</p>


Melbourne rock band RVG announce Brain Worms national tour "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

<p>Melbourne rock band RVG have fleshed out their upcoming run of already-announced festival appearances with a handful of headlining dates throughout October.</p> <p>After playing at Off The Rails in Newcastle and Marrickville, theyll tour through select towns in Victoria, before hitting Canberra, performing at Wollongongs Yours & Owls festival and finishing up in Adelaide. Then the band will be bringing the tour through the UK and Europe.

RVG Brain Worms 2023 Tour

  • Sept 30 Off The Rails, Newcastle</li> <li>Oct 1 Off The Rails, Marrickville</li> <li>Oct 6  Anglesea Memorial Hall, Anglesea</li> <li>Oct 7 Northcote Theatre, Melbourne</li> <li>Oct 13 Tanswells Hotel, Beechworth</li> <li>Oct 14 Yours & Owls, Wollongong (12pm)
  • Oct 14  Sideways Bar, Canberra (7pm)</li> <li>Oct 5 Yours & Owls, Wollongong
  • Oct 21 Jive Bar, Adelaide</li> </ul> <p class="p1"><b><i>Keep up with the latest music news, festivals, interviews and reviews </i></b><a href= ""><span class= "s1"><b><i>here</i></b></span></a><b><i>.</i></b></p> <p>RVG are fresh off the release of their latest album, Brain Worms. Moody and relentless, its a fusion of post-punk and alternative rock with a vintage twang. Singer Romy Vager carries us through with her signature raspy drawl and heartfelt lyrics.</p> <p>Abrasive, beautiful, illuminating and despondent all at once, Brain Worms is as multifaceted as life itself. Can. Not. Stop. Listening! Totally in awe of this records brilliance, wrote Beat writer Bryget Crisfield in her recent review.</p> <p>The release follows the bands two prior albums, 2017s A Quality of Mercy and 2020s Feral, both of which captured the attention of fans throughout Australia and internationally. Fans can expect to hear tracks from throughout RVGs impressive discography when they head out on tour in October.</p> <p><strong>Tickets to see RVG on their 2023 Brain Worms tour are on sale now. To get your hands on some, head <a href= "" rel="noopener" target= "_blank">here</a>.</strong></p> <p>The post <a href= "" rel="nofollow">Melbourne rock band RVG announce Brain Worms national tour</a> appeared first on <a href= "" rel="nofollow">Forte Magazine</a>.</p>


Chris Minns .. by 1990 no Australian child will be living in poverty "IndyWatch Feed National"

Dont you love governments that congratulate themselves for addressing problems theyve had a had in causing. Vain NSW Premier Chris Minns: Firstly - youve delivered nothing : taxpayers have done the heavy lifting. Every cent. Secondly - why are kids going hungry? Government had any hand in it? Rising power...


Alleged Covid-19 Deaths: Its Evil to Fake Deaths to Panic People "IndyWatch Feed National"

Textbook evil. Senator Gerard Rennick is an Australian politician, who is in the Liberal National Party of Queensland since July 2019. He wrote the following on this webpage: We are all used to the Government lying but in my view this has to be one of the biggest lies of all. The World Health Organisation has told

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The ACT appoints first female Aboriginal Supreme Court judge "IndyWatch Feed National"

Kamilaroi woman Louise Taylor is the ACT's sixth judge of the Supreme Court. ACT Attorney-General Shane Rattenbury said, "Magistrate Taylor brings to the Supreme Court a wealth of knowledge and expertise, having represented the most vulnerable members of our community in complex matters," "Having served on the ACT Magistrates Court...


Deep-sea mining rules delayed two more years; mining start remains unclear "IndyWatch Feed National"

KINGSTON, Jamaica On July 22, nations reached an agreement that will make it more difficult for deep-sea mining to start immediately in international waters, while not fully halting the industrys progress. For the past two weeks, council members of the International Seabed Authority (ISA), the UN-affiliated deep-sea mining regulator, have been meeting in Kingston, Jamaica, to negotiate a set of rules that would govern seabed mining in international waters. This proposed activity would excavate the ocean floor for commercially valuable minerals, which proponents say are needed for renewable technologies, such as electric-vehicle batteries. Yet, critics say deep-sea mining is unnecessary for mineral procurement and would cause widespread and far-reaching damage to marine ecosystems that sustain life on Earth. While deep-sea mining has not begun anywhere in the world, mining companies have invested large sums of money into technology development and launched mining exploration missions into the deep sea.  These meetings were highly anticipated because they coincided with the expiration of a so-called two-year rule that had the potential to jump-start deep-sea mining on the high seas, the vast tracts of ocean beyond national jurisdictions. In 2021, the tiny Pacific island of Nauru activated this rule embedded in the U.N. Convention on the Law of the Sea to encourage the ISA to adopt mining regulations by July 9, 2023, or to allow mining to begin with whatever rules were in place at the time. The Metals Company (NASDAQ: TMC), a corporation whose subsidiary Nauru Ocean Resources Inc. (NORI) is sponsoredThis article was originally published on Mongabay


Governor-General David Hurley, his $18 million fraud and his mate NACC Commissioner Paul Brereton "IndyWatch Feed National"

David Hurley, Paul Brereton and Kathryn CampbellNational Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) Commissioner Paul Brereton is friends with Governor-General David Hurley and Robodebt fraudster Kathryn Campbell which creates a huge issue as corruption allegations against Hurley and Campbell have almost []


Scores of parliamentarians renew opposition to deep-sea mining at international meeting (commentary) "IndyWatch Feed National"

Without oceans, no life on earth. The statement is clear. As we, parliamentarians from all around the world, write these words, States are meeting in Kingston for the International Seabed Authority Assembly, where they could decide to prevent the launch of new, massive, oceans-destroying gear used in deep-sea mining. This is the newest project of the mining industry: opening mines at the bottom of the oceans. Even if the seabed is even less known than the surface of the moon. Even if deep sea mining would irreversibly affect sensitive ecosystems, liberate huge quantities of carbon, and risk harming marine animals such as whales, due to the noise pollution that will be generated. Energy transition cannot justify such environmental destruction. If we strengthen energy sobriety, efficiency and recycling, we will not have to exploit the deep seabed for our batteries and technology. The Metals Company and others plan to drop mining equipment like this to the bottom of the deep seas to prospect for minerals useful for the renewable energy transition. Image via The Metals Company. This is clearly not the opinion of The Metals Company. Led by the lure of profit, this company has triggered, through the State of Nauru, a two-year rule that could open up the deep seabed to the mining industry, as early as this summer. Since the beginning of July, they could apply for a mining permit at any time. Since then, the mobilization calling for a moratorium to prevent this madness is growing. Last month,This article was originally published on Mongabay


Will the small states of Oceania be able to maintain their independence in the face of a new Sino-American Cold War? "IndyWatch Feed National"

The 'friends to all, enemies to none' strategy is living its last days as the US and China press the island nations to take sides... Papua New Guinea is a gateway between continents. The island, being effectively cut in half, demarcates an artificial boundary between Asia and Oceania. In the past several centuries, the broader island has been carved upon between almost every colonial power going, having been ruled at various points by the Dutch, Spanish, German, Japanese and British empires. Even after gaining its formal independence from Australia in 1975, these legacies continue to scar the island, with half of it still belonging to Indonesia, known as West Papua, which is now a source of unrest and insurgency.


On Indonesias Seram Island, a massive oil find lies beneath sacred land "IndyWatch Feed National"

SERAM ISLAND, Indonesia Zainudin Kelsaba traversed across the eastern Seram highland and stopped at an ancient outcrop grown over by trees and scrub. The mountain is our home, Zainudin told Mongabay Indonesia. The trees and rocks are part of our life. Uncertainty and fear have also become part of life for the Bati Indigenous people since prospectors began work in the remote landscape, hoping to unearth one of Indonesias largest untapped stores of hydrocarbons. Seram lies 1,000 kilometers (620 miles) north of the Australian city of Darwin and is the largest island in Indonesias eastern Maluku province. The island emerged out of the sea with the Manusela Formation, following a clash of multiple tectonic plates during the Miocene period more than 5 million years ago. The unique complexity of Serams geology, which extends far back to the Jurassic Period, likely contains a vast haul of oil and gas that has remained almost entirely untouched until now. Last year, PT Balam Energy, a wholly owned subsidiary of Australias Lion Energy, conducted seismic surveys that have spurred optimism that Serams hydrocarbons may be viable. This month, the company announced highly promising results from its belowground study. Given the extremely large size of the prospects confirmed by the new seismic, we are confident we have a world-class prospect portfolio, Lion executive chairman Tom Soulsby said on July 6 in an announcement to the Australian Stock Exchange. Not everyone is buoyed by the news. Members of the Bati Indigenous community interviewed byThis article was originally published on Mongabay


New Files Reveal MKULTRAs Terrifying Reach: Ethnic Bioweapons, Mind Control, and Disturbing Experiments "IndyWatch Feed National"

In a groundbreaking investigation, renowned anthropologist Orisanmi Burton has blown the lid off a dark chapter in CIA history. Classified Agency files, recently obtained through Freedom of Information laws, expose shocking ties between the infamous MKULTRA program and nightmarish experiments on prisoners of color within the United States.

Burtons findings expose MKULTRAs sinister mission to develop psychological warfare and behavioral manipulation tactics specifically aimed at people of color under the guise of counterinsurgency. Unbelievably, these barbaric trials were conducted during a turbulent era when numerous U.S. government agencies relentlessly sought to crush the civil rights movement, and prisons brimmed with political radicalism.

This disturbing revelation puts the CIAs actions into sharp focus, revealing a ruthless bid to quell Black resistance both on the streets and behind bars. But it doesnt stop there. Burtons disclosures raise urgent and profound questions about the far-reaching impact of these operationsboth in the past and, unsettlingly, even today.

Among the most haunting questions is whether the Agency actively pursued a race-specific mind control weaponan idea that strikes at the very core of ethical and moral boundaries.

As the nation grapples with this revelation, one thing is certain: Burtons expos demands answers and accountability for the harrowing atrocities committed in the name of national security. The truth must be unveiled, and justice served for those who suffered under the relentless grip of MKULTRAs clandestine horrors.


Penetration of Defenses

Of the many medical research facilities abused by the CIA for the purposes of MKULTRA, Allan Memorial Institute, a psychiatric hospital in Montreal, Quebec, looms perhaps the largest and most darkly.

It was here that from 1957-1964, the Agency secretly operated the programs Subproject 68 under the leadership of notorious psychiatrist Ewen Cameron, the Institutes founder. Cameron sought to depattern minds via a technique known as psychic driving. It entailed drugging unconsenting, unwitting patients with incapacitating cocktails of psychedelic substances, then subjecting them to electric shocks while they listened to hours of recorded, looped audio.

Cameron hoped to render his subjects minds a blank slate onto which new behaviors, thoughts, memories, and personalities could be surreptitiously imposed from the outside. It also se...


Should species be named after people? Its up for debate. "IndyWatch Feed National"

What do Taylor Swift, Jackie Chan, Adolf Hitler and several Nobel Peace laureates all have in common? Over the past 100 years, theyve all had plants, animals, insects or other new-to-science species named in their honor. The practice of using eponyms, or scientific names based on real or fictional people, has been in place since the 1700s, when Swedish zoologist Carl Linnaeus first invented the taxonomic system of Latin naming we still use today. However, using eponyms is controversial and hotly debated, with many questioning whether its appropriate to continue this tradition. In a recent commentary titled Eponyms have no place in 21st-century biological nomenclature, published in Nature Ecology & Evolution, scientists argue that eponyms perpetuate a negative legacy associated with imperialism, racism and slavery, and call for offensive names to be changed. And there are quite a few names that people find offensive. Take the case of Hibbertia, a genus of Australian guinea flowers named after George Hibbert, a wealthy British patron of botanical studies in the 19th century who gained much of his wealth from the trans-Atlantic slave trade. Researchers are still finding new species of Hibbertia, and while most oppose using this name, they have no choice. Although they can select the second part of the scientific name (the specific epithet) when assigning a name to a new species, the first portion (the genus) remains fixed under the strict codes that govern naming. Hibbertia scandens in a garden. Image via Wikimedia Commons  (CC BY-SA 2.5). Kevin Thiele,This article was originally published on Mongabay


Worldcoin Founders Refusal To Answer Token Distribution Question Sparks Controversy "IndyWatch Feed National"

Worldcoin co-founder Alex Blanias recent refusal to disclose the tokens distribution model has raised some eyebrows, including that of John Deaton, who has expressed his dismay at his action.

Something Fishy With Worldcoin?

A video surfaced on Twitter in which Alex Blania, during a recent Bankless interview alongside fellow co-founder Sam Altman, refused to respond to the hosts question on Worldcoins token distribution, citing the regulatory uncertainty in the US as why he couldnt answer the question. 

The Twitter user (@Pledditor) posted the video with the caption:

When a crypto founder refuses to answer questions about token distribution

In the video, the host asks Blania to explain the distribution of the WLD token and Blania is quoted as saying: Look, many of the details we cant talk about here for the regulatory uncertainty in the United States. 

The video quickly went viral and sparked controversy as to whether Worldcoin was just another ponzinomics or, indeed, Alex Blania was honest about why he couldnt answer the question. 

However, renowned crypto lawyer John Deaton, who represents some XRP holders, quickly reacted to the video in a tweet.

Deatons tweet read:

Wtf did this dude just say?  Did he literally say that he cant talk about how WorldCoin is distributed because of the regulatory uncertainty in the United States?  

If there was ever a signal to RUN AWAY as fast as you can from a project, HERE IT IS. Is he saying he cant tell you how to acquire it or what youre acquiring because he might get sued?  

Now that I think of it, is he being smart and just following legal advice or is he a moron.  

Deaton stated that Blanias action was enough reason for investors to run away from th...


INTERVIEW: Dustin Stockton CBDC Cashless Dystopia "IndyWatch Feed National"

Understanding the globalists CBDC power-grab, and the real threat it poses to future freedoms and civil liberties.

In this episode of the Patrick Henningsen Show on TNT Radio which aired on July 24, 2023, Patrick talks with political campaigner Dustin Stockton from America Mission, about societys imminent collision with the central bank digital currency CBDC monetary regime, and the real threat it poses to future freedoms and civil liberties including the government-corporate move to cancel viable political opposition by trying to kill off decentralised systems like cryptocurrency. Dustin also talks about the bipartisan grassroots effort to oppose authoritarian pieces of legislation like the RESTRICT ACT which seeks to end the right to privacy online. All this and more. Listen:

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Henningsen: Putins ICC Arrest Threat at BRICS in South Africa "IndyWatch Feed National"

South Africas president split on the ICC indictment for Putin shows a wider gulf forming between the West and the global south.

In this episode of the Patrick Henningsen Show on TNT Radio which aired on July 19, 2023, Patrick discusses the US-controlled kangaroo court in The Hague have issued an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin for alleged war crimes in Ukraine, which has prompted calls that he be arrest if he attends the BRICS Summit in South Africa this August. SAs president says he wouldnt recognize the ICC indictment, but others in the country might (under US influence). In the end, almost no country in the global south supports Ukraine and its actor-turned-president Zelensky. Meanwhile, NATO weapons recycling business continues in Ukraine. Listen:

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INTERVIEW: Blake Lovewell Get Ready: Here Comes Globalists CBDC Regime "IndyWatch Feed National"

The Federal Reserve Banks recent launch of Fed Now! digital payment clearance facility and how this is the first major step in the globalists plan to flip the entire financial system.

In this episode of the Patrick Henningsen Show on TNT Radio which aired on July 19, 2023, Patrick talks with 21WIRE writer and commentator Blake Lovewell, about the Federal Reserve Banks recent launch of Fed Now! digital payment clearance system and how this is the first major step in the globalists plan to flip the entire financial system and concept of money by forcing through their own proprietary central bank digital currency system or CBDC. This new programable currency will be tracked and will have terms and conditions attached to every digital dollar (or digital pound, euro etc.) will fundamentally change the way we buy, sell, and transact globally, and will also solidify their plan for a cashless society. All this and more. Listen:

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Cover up: The Australian Governments Secret List of U.S. Bases "IndyWatch Feed National"

By Richard Tanter, Pearls and Irritations, July25, 2023

What do the governments of other US allies, including Hungary, Norway, the Philippines, and the former puppet government of Afghanistan, possess that Australian governments do not? The answer is a conception of genuine sovereignty, and obligations to transparency that are foreign to Australian governments, particularly the incumbent Albanese government.

In November 2011, Prime Minister Julia Gillard and President Barack Obama announced plans for annual deployment of a US Marine Rotational Force to Darwin and US Air Force aircraft to Australian bases in the Northern Territory, commencing in April 2012.

The United States Australia Force Posture Agreement signed on 12 August 2014 formalised a much larger strategic upgrade of alliance arrangements initiated by the two leaders. Over the past decade both governments have made very large budgetary commitments to infrastructure developments at Australian defence facilities in northern Australia under various headings, including the Australian Defence Departments continually evolving United States Force Posture Initiative.

A key feature of the Force Posture Agreement is the concept of Agreed Facilities and Areas, defined in Article I of the Agreement as follows:

Agreed Facilities and Areas means the facilities and areas in the territory of Australia provided by Australia which may be listed in Annex A appended to this Agreement, and such other facilities and areas in the territory of Australia as may be provided by Australia in the future, to which United States Forces, United States Contractors, dependants, and other United States Government personnel as mutually agreed, shall have the right to access and use pursuant to this Agreement.

Yet, in the nine...


Blinkens Visit Supporting FIFA Threatens New Zealands Peaceful Reputation "IndyWatch Feed National"

By World BEYOND War Aotearoa, July 25, 2023

A global peace network has called out the U.S. Secretary of States visit to New Zealand  as a threat to our peaceful reputation and not good old-fashioned sports diplomacy, as described by our Foreign Minister.

If Secretary Blinken was coming to New Zealand solely to support the peaceful U.S. womens FIFA soccer team, then Foreign Minister Nanaia Mahuta could justifiably welcome him as a close friend and partner, says World BEYOND War Aotearoa spokesman, Hon. Matt Robson, former Minister of Disarmament.

But he says the actual purpose of Blinkens trip is to drag New Zealand further into aggressive plans for the containment of Americas economic competitor, China.

Foreign Minister Nanaia Mahuta, representing New Zealands  peace and diplomacy policies, needs to advise Mr Blinken that New Zealand, a signatory to the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, does not support NATOs condemnation of that treaty.

Furthermore it does not agree with using the 400-plus US military bases from Japan to Australia, many of which are nuclear-armed, to threaten China, our largest trading partner.

Failure to do this, and agreeing to nuclear armed NATOs provocations against China, undermines the nuclear free status of New Zealand, and the antiwar policies that New Zealanders have developed, for which New Zealand has been praised, says Mr Robson.

The New Zealand public deserves to be made aware, not least by the media, of the implications of Blinkens visit and the costs and dangers of unthinking subordination of New Zealand interests to US strategy against China, says Mr Robson.

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London/Jerusalem calling Palestine "IndyWatch Feed National"

Last night I spoke at an online event organised by the Jewish Network for Palestine and Convivencia Alliance, two UK-based groups with global reach. I discussed my recent book, The Palestine Laboratory, in conversation with writer and film-maker Haim Bresheeth, author of An Army Like No Other: How the Israel Defense Force Made a Nation (Haim also endorsed my book).

The audience for the webinar was mostly in the UK, Europe and Palestine.

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Australians confront vicious recession "IndyWatch Feed National"

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Jimmy Dore on Reporting Earths Temperatures "IndyWatch Feed National"

Jimmy Dore an entertaining video on Climate Lies, in a video entitled BOMBSHELL! LAST WEEKS RECORD-HIGH TEMPERATURES WERE FAKED!


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A judge has ruled the thumbs-up emoji can represent contract agreement "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

In a quirky twist of legal developments, the humble thumbs-up emoji has been officially recognised as a valid representation of contract agreement by a Canadian Judge.

This fascinating ruling has implications for how Australians respond to official documents, according to Andrew Rich, Head of National Industrial and Employment Law at Slater and Gordon.

Stay up to date with whats happening in and around the region here.

The case in question involved a farmer who was ordered to pay $61,442 AUD for not fulfilling a contract, with the defence arguing that the thumbs-up emoji merely indicated he would review the contract later. However, Justice Keene emphasised that courts must adapt to the new reality of communication methods in the digital age.

This court readily acknowledges that a emoji is a non-traditional means to sign a document, but nevertheless, under these circumstances, this was a valid way to convey the two purposes of a signature,' wrote Justice Keene.

While the ruling was made overseas, it may hold persuasive value in Australian courts. Rich explained that while not a binding precedent, the law is evolving to reflect modern realities, and other courts may consider this decision in similar scenarios.

An Australian court can consider this legal decision when making a ruling, it can be thought of as a suggestion or advice from another court, Rich explains.

While it isnt a binding precedent, the law is increasingly modernising to accurately reflect the realities of our day-to-day lives; there are many common scenarios that would be similar circumstances to this.

For instance, imagine your boss sends you a new contract, and you respond with a thumbs-up emoji, intending to confirm receipt. But later, upon reading the terms, you disagree. Should the matter go to court, a Judge could refer to this decision.

The Canadian case raised concerns about accepting other emojis like the fist bump or handshake as indications of agreement, but Justice Keene dismissed these fears. According to Rich, this suggests other courts may not accept those emojis as commonly understood representations of agreement.

This ruling means that by just sending a simple thumbs up, people may be locking themselves into a contract without necessarily intending to.

I dont think people need to be afraid, but they just need to be aware of the new realities and the challenges that the use of emojis and other new forms of communication create and just be careful.

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Geelong bar and eatery Frankie. is now running Bottomless Sunday Sessions "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Looking for the ultimate way to unwind and treat yourself? Look no further than Frankie., Geelongs stylish and chic venue, where theyre turning Sundays into a bottomless haven of delights!

And yes, you guessed it rightbottomless as in endless beverages!

Keep up with the latest food and booze news across the region here.

For just $89, you and your crew can indulge in an unlimited selection of beautiful hand-shaken cocktails, wines, beers, and spirits. Its a drink lovers dream come true!

If youve been here before, youll be well aware that Frankie.s drinks menu is a true showstopper. With wines from local and national wineries and an array of gorgeously garnished exotic cocktails, the options are endless. The talented staff, who have earned accolades for their craft, whip up 30 mouthwatering cocktails that cater to every palate. Whether youre a fan of classic favourites like the Espresso Martini or prefer a Clover Club if youre into gin, Frankie. has you covered! Other favourites to look out for include the Patron Strawberry margarita, the Bees Knees and the whisky sour!

But the goodness doesnt stop there. Frankie. wants you to have the full experience, so theyre throwing in a selection of delicious shared plates for the table, too. Is there anything better than sipping on your favourite libations while indulging in mouthwatering bites? We dont think so!

The bottomless offering is available every Sunday from 12pm to 5pm for two hours of unlimited select beverages plus select food plates of your choice. The latest sitting available for 3pm. It should be noted though, you do need to finish your drink before getting the next one (pretty standard for bottomless fiestas) and bookings are essential with a minimum of two people.




The cost of being a non-native English speaker in science "IndyWatch Feed National"

Of course it is a problem, but it is not a problem for the overall community, not should it be. Better yet it is now on the way to be supported by AI.

And absolutely noone is going to actually translate to a competant level, the the proceedings of *** ever.  

Worse though, there are only several languages easily usable for translation.  So it all becomes a fools errand.  And the big elephant in the room is biology.

The cost of being a non-native English speaker in science

JULY 18, 2023

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Estimated disadvantages for non-native English speakers when conducting different scientific activities. Credit: Amano T et al., 2023, PLOS Biology, CC-BY 4.0 (

English serves as a convenient, common language for science. However, this practice poses insurmountable barriers to those whose first language is not Englishthe majority of people around the world.

According to research published on July 18 in the open access journal PLOS Biology, led by Dr. Tatsuya Amano at the University of Queensland, Australia, the disadvantages of being a non-native English speaker in science range from difficulties in reading and writing papers to reduced participation in international conferences.



The Palestine Laboratory in 3 minutes "IndyWatch Feed National"

Global broadcaster TRT World has produced a slick 3-minute video about my new book, The Palestine Laboratory, which has been shared across its popular social media platforms. I had no involvement in this clip but I think it captures well the thesis of my work.

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The Great Ocean Roads dedicated Hot Chocolate Festival is back for the entire month of August "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

As the winter months take hold, theres nothing quite like wrapping your hands around a warm cup of hot chocolate to embrace the frosty chill. But forget about the old-school powdered versionsits time to step into the brave new world of hot chocolate bliss, where the cocoa game has levelled up with exotic flavours and daring combinations.

Prepare yourselves, chocoholics, because this August, the Great Ocean Road Chocolaterie is bringing back its annual Hot Chocolate Festival, serving up a staggering array of 31 delicious and tantalizing hot chocolate flavours to warm your soul throughout the entire month.

Keep up with the latest food and booze news across the region here.

Just like the Rocky Road Festival, Ice Cream Festival, and Brownie Festival that have stolen our hearts before, the Great Ocean Road Chocolaterie (alongside other venues the Yarra Valley Chocolaterie and the Mornington Peninsula Chocolaterie) will enchant you with its hot chocolate wonderland. Whether you choose to savour the experience in their delightful caf or indulge in the comfort of your own home with their DIY hot chocolate kits, prepare for a cocoa-infused journey like no other.


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Iconic Aussie band Taxiride are performing a special show in Bannockburn this August "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

<p>Iconic Australian rock band Taxiride is heading to <a href= "">the Bannockburn Railway Hotel</a> in August.</p> <p>Bringing the house down with their timeless tunes and irresistible melodies, the band will perform a monster show at the Railway on Saturday, 5 August featuring all their iconic hits from the years gone by.</p> <h3>Taxiride at Bannockburn</h3> <ul> <li>Taxiride performing at the Bannockburn Railway Hotel on Saturday 5 August</li> <li>Bringing along hits such as Creepin Up Slowly, How I Got This Way and Afterglow</li> <li>Tickets are on sale now</li> </ul> <p class="p1"><b><i>Keep up with the latest music news, festivals, interviews and reviews </i></b><a href= ""><span class= "s1"><b><i>here</i></b></span></a><b><i>.</i></b></p> <p>1997 saw the stunning arrival of <a href= "">Taxiride</a>, four young Melbourne musicians with vocal harmonies reminiscent of 60s bands Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young and The Beatles, who were to dominate Australian radio for the next 5 years and become one of Australias biggest musical exports for the 1990s & 2000s

Crafted over two years in Melbourne and Los Angeles, their debut album Imaginate took the Australian Music Charts by storm, claiming the coveted Number 1 spot and leaving fans craving more. And more they got, with four hit singles, including the unforgettable Get Set and the radio-favorite Everywhere You Go (seriously, you couldnt turn on the radio in 2000 without hearing it!).</p> <p>But the ride didnt stop there. Taxirides second album, Garage Mahal, propelled them even further into the limelight with their massive hit Creepin Up Slowly dominating the airwaves in 2002. The song was an absolute earworm, and it seemed like everyone was singing along. The bands popularity reached new heights, earning them a spot in the Top 30 charts in the States and taking them on tour across the US, Japan, and Europe.</p> <p>Though two more albums would follow in 2005 and 2006, Taxiride would ultimately call it quits in 2008, reuniting in 2015, older, wiser, and more mature as musicians and friends, treating fans to a <a href= ""> limited run</a> of incredible shows.</p> <p>And now, theyre back, performing with an altered lineup of founding members Tim Watson and Tim Wild on guitar and vocals, drummer Sean McLeod, bassist Andrew McIvor, and Taylor Sheridan, and without founding lead vocalist and guitarist Jason Singh, ready to set the stage on fire with their new live performances.</p> <p>Get ready fo...


As potential corruption revealed, Albanese Government must urgently evacuate the survivors of offshore detention "IndyWatch Feed National"

The Albanese Government must immediately evacuate the 75 remaining survivors of offshore detention from Papua New Guinea and shut down its detention centres on Nauru, as it accounts for the multi-million-dollar secret payments that have propped up offshore detention over the past decade.  

Investigative reports this week have revealed multi-million-dollar payments by government contractors to politicians in Papua New Guinea and Nauru. Reports suggest that these payments were made with the knowledge of the Department of Home Affairs, and even senior government figures in Australia.  

It has also been revealed that the former Morrison government entered a secret deal with the Papua New Guinean Government to continue payments to provide for the 75 people left behind in PNG. This came after PNGs Supreme Court shut down formal regional processing arrangements and the Australian Government claimed to have no ongoing involvement.  

Together, these reports reveal the corruption and duplicity at the heart of offshore detention. They also raise serious questions around the Albanese Governments continued expenditure on regional processing operations in both Nauru and PNG.

In light of these reports, the Human Rights Law Centre is calling on the Albanese Government to immediately bring the 75 people still remaining in Papua New Guinea to Australia and provide permanent safety, as a first step to ending the long-running and systematic abuse.

Farhad Bandesh, an artist and musician who was previously detained on Manus Island, said: 

In Manus Island, we saw everyday acts of corruption, exploitation and censorship that were designed to keep us detained and keep the detention camp operating. Now, we hear that this kind of corruption was likely widespread, and could have involved senior politicians and officials on both sides. This is what happens when a government creates opportunities for people to profit from the torture of other people. This is the reality of a system designed to create suffering. The only solution now is to bring all the people remaining in Papua New Guinea to safety, and shut down this system once and for all.     

Mehrdad, an engineer who was previously detained on Manus Island, said:  

I was detained for years on Manus, attacked in the riots that cost Reza Berati his life. Australian-funded contractors were allowed to attack and kill us Australian tax dollars paid for what was done to me. I have friends from that time who are still stuck in PNG. Before a Royal Commission or any investigation, the governments first responsibility is to bring everyone to safety.  

Sanmati Verma, Managing Lawyer at the Human Rights Law Centre said: 



Step into a World of Magic and Creativity at Geelongs first Wonder Childrens Festival "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Get ready to embark on a magical journey with the Geelong Arts Centres inaugural Wonder Childrens Festival, running from 16 to 21 October.

Designed for arts adventurers aged up to 12 years, this festival is designed to captivate hearts and minds with a lineup of enchanting events that will leave guests in awe.

Stay up to date with whats happening within the regions art scene here

The Geelong Arts Centres Wonder Childrens Festival promises an unforgettable experience for families and school groups, with a mix of free and ticketed events. It includes headline performances from the incredible Indigenous dance powerhouse, Bangarra, and the pioneers of local childrens entertainment, The Mik Maks. And thats just the beginning!

The festival also offers First Nations dance workshops, Tweens disco night for all the dancing stars out there, and even the opportunity to create music using real-life plants with Playable Streets.


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Sorry, the critically acclaimed British indie band, is set to embark on their debut headline tour of Australia and New Zealand this October!

Thanks to I OH YOU and Frontier Touring, five electrifying shows are lined up in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Auckland, and Wellington, with an additional festival slot at Yours and Owls Festival, Wollongong on 15 October.

Sorry 2023 Australia and New Zealand Tour

Thursday 12 October Brightside | Brisbane, QLD
Friday 13 October Night Cat | Melbourne, VIC
Tuesday 17 October Oxford Arts Factory | Sydney, NSW
Thursday 19 October San Fran | Wellington, NZ
Friday 20 October Neck of the Woods | Auckland, NZ

Keep up with the latest music news, festivals, interviews and reviews here.

Coming fresh off their 20-date European tour after dropping their celebrated album Anywhere But Here via Domino, Sorry has emerged from Brixtons Windmill scene, sharing stages with Shame, Goat Girl, and Black Midi. Their music blends lo-fi sounds of grunge, trap, and shoegaze, creating a unique and captivating musical world thats impossible to resist. NME raved about their latest album, saying it frequently takes sudden turns that you dont see coming, adding to the excitement of their upcoming tour.

The band, composed of Asha Lorenz (vox/guitar), Louis OBryen (vox/guitar), Lincoln Barrett (drums), Campbell Baum (bass), and Marco Pini (electronics), started as a duo with high school friends Asha and Louis, each releasing solo projects on Soundcloud before joining forces.

Since signing with Domino in 2020, alongside musical giants like Arctic Monkeys and Franz Ferdinand, Sorry released their debut studio album 925, produced by Lana Del Rey and Gorillaz producer, Jamie Dring. It received rave reviews, with triple j declaring it the best debut album of the year and Pitchfork hailing it as a deeply self-aware debut worthy of being taken seriously even when its not serious.

The albums success propelled them to sold-out shows across Europe, a spot at Glastonbury in 2022, and a showcase at SXSW in 2021.

Tickets to see Sorry on the Australia and New Zealand tour go on sale at 1pm on Friday, July 28th, with a presale for Frontier Touring members opening at 11am on Wednesday, July 26th. Grab yours here

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HoMie and Disney Unite for a Sustainable Fashion Statement on International Friendship Day "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Get ready for a magical fashion extravaganza as Melbourne-based social enterprise, HoMie, and global storyteller Disney team up once again to create their first upcycled streetwear collection REBORN by HoMie and Disney.

The capsule collection drops on International Friendship Day, July 30th, with 100% of profits going towards HoMies noble mission of supporting young people affected by homelessness or hardship.

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The limited-edition range of 100 one-of-a-kind garments is a testament to their shared values and commitment to repurposing leftover products. For the first time in Australia, another apparel label has upcycled Disney materials, giving a new lease of life to pre-loved items and excess stock from both brands.

From patchwork hoodies to matching tee sets, the genderless collection is a celebration of the magic of friendship and features Disneys beloved Sensational Six: Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Pluto, Goofy, Donald Duck, and Daisy Duck. The Sensational Six have been through countless adventures together, staying true to each other and cherishing their unique friendship styles.

Fashion fans and Disney devotees alike can rejoice in this collection, honouring their own meaningful connections while supporting a community initiative that creates brighter futures for vulnerable young people. Wearing items from this range means actively contributing to HoMies mission of fostering positive change within the community.

The range is particularly special as it was handcrafted by one of HoMies talented alumni, embodying the brands core values of creativity, sustainability, and social impact. And yes, every item is a unique piece of art, infused with the power of authentic connections and the friendship between HoMie and Disney.

If you havent heard of them, HoMie, a Melbourne-based streetwear label and social enterprise, is making a positive impact by supporting young people affected by homelessness and hardship. Equipping them with skills, confidence, and experiences, HoMies two social impact programs The HoMie Pathway Alliance and HoMi...


Peeling off scabs in Botany Bay "IndyWatch Feed National"

In Spring 2020, when an operator set up a company paying bottom-of-the-barrel rates in a crude attempt at scraping a profit out of the lines by undercutting the militant members of the MUA, the workers of port botany went feral. Led by the lines crew, construction workers, train drivers, university lecturers, teachers and students drove the scabs out.

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NBA Megastar Derrick Rose is coming to Australia for the first time "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Its official, basketball fans NBA megastar Derrick Rose is heading to Australia!

As part of an exclusive speaking event series, the MVP award-winning player will be touring the Land Down Under for the very first time, thanks to 24 Calibre, bringing Derrick Rose, Live to Melbournes Timber Yard on August 25th and Sydneys Darling Harbour Theatre on August 27th.

But thats not all young aspiring ballers are in for a treat as Rose will also be holding exclusive basketball camps at Wolves Stadium in Sydney and MSAC in Melbourne.

Derrick Rose, Live Tour Details:

The Timber Yard, Melbourne August 25th

Darling Harbour Theatre Sydney, Sydney August 27th

Derrick Rose Training Camps:

MSAC, Melbourne August 26th

Sydney Wolves Stadium, Sydney August 27th

Keep up with the latest in local news and entertainment here.

Derrick Rose is a name synonymous with electrifying basketball talent, and this tour promises nothing less. Widely regarded as one of the most exciting players in NBA history, Roses dynamic skills, vision, and ability to create scoring opportunities have left fans in awe. From his explosive drives to the basket to acrobatic finishes and impressive playmaking abilities, hes a force to be reckoned with on and off the court.

Roses impact was felt from the very beginning when he was selected as the first overall pick by the Chicago Bulls in the 2008 NBA Draft. He wasted no time making waves as a rookie and clinched the NBA Rookie of the Year Award. His playing style and calm demeanour under pressure have earned him a legion of fans worldwide.

I cant wait to get down under this August, he says. This will be my first trip to Australia and Im excited to run the training camps for the kids over there and talk with the fans at the speaking events.




The Bronx announce 20th Anniversary Australian tour "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Californian punk rockers, The Bronx, are coming back to Australia in November 2023 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their debut album, The Bronx (I).

Theyll hit up Melbournes Northcote Theatre, Brisbanes Triffid, Sydneys Metro Theatre, Adelaides The Gov, and Perths Magnet House. And theyre not coming alonejoining them on this epic tour are the sensational Civic (Aus) and 68 (USA).

The Bronx Australian Tour

  • Melbourne: Northcote Theatre, Friday, November 17
  • Brisbane: Triffid, Saturday, November 18
  • Sydney: Metro Theatre, Sunday, November 19
  • Adelaide: The Gov, Tuesday, November 21
  • Perth: Magnet House, Wednesday, November 22

Keep up with the latest music news, festivals, interviews and reviews here.

With over two decades of experience, this LA-based band has made a name for themselves with their heart-pounding performances and unapologetic sound. Theyve released six original albums as The Bronx and three under their alter ego, Mariachi El Bronx, showcasing their diverse musical prowess.

Both iterations of the legendary SoCal outfit have been hailed for harnessing the unleashed cries of youthful blue-collar anguish (Los Angeles Times), and for writing hard-hitting and catchy hard rock tracks (Loudwire). The Bronx is Matt Caughthran (vocals), Joby J. Ford (guitar), Ken Horne (guitar), Brad Magers (bass) and Joey Castillo (drums).

Joining the party is Civic, the Melbourne-based band thats taking the punk scene by storm. With their debut album, Future Forecast, receiving critical acclaim and their sophomore album, Taken By Force, captivating fans worldwide, Civic is a force to be reckoned with. Prepare to be blown away by their high-energy sets and electrifying frontman, Jim McCullough.

Last but not least, 68 is here to bring a little rock, a little blues, and a whole lot of hardcore to the stage. Led by Josh Scogin and Nikko Yamada, this dynamic duo is known for their explosive performances and genre-blending music. Get ready to be mesmerized by their raw passion and irresistible groove.

Tickets go on sale at 10 am (local time) on Friday, July 28. Get yours here

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TRT World interview on Israels judicial reforms "IndyWatch Feed National"

I joined International broadcaster TRT World to discuss Israels so-called judicial reforms which are (mostly) about protecting Jewish supremacy at the expense of the Palestinians.

The post TRT World interview on Israels judicial reforms appeared first on Antony Loewenstein.


Ridin Hearts is Australias major new one-day country music festival "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

<p>Get ready to saddle up and experience the ride of a lifetime as Ridin Hearts Festival rolls into Sydney and Melbourne this November, bringing the vibrant spirit of country music to the city like never before. From the team that brings you CMC Rocks, the one-day festival promises an impressive line-up of country music stars, igniting the hearts of loyal country fans and those curious about the genre alike.</p> <p>Set to take place as the weather heats up and summer creeps in, Ridin Hearts will serve up country charm in the city. On Saturday 4 November, the Sydney Showground will come alive with undeniable energy that only country music can deliver. The festival will then head to Melbourne Showgrounds on Sunday 5 November.</p> <h3>Ridin Hearts lineup</h3> <ul> <li>Bailey Zimmerman (USA)</li> <li>Danielle Bradbery (USA)</li> <li>Sam Barber (USA)</li> <li>Matt Schuster (USA)</li> <li>Seaforth (AU)</li> <li>Alana Springsteen (USA)</li> <li>Sara Berki (AU)</li> <li>Zac & George (AU)

  • VAVO (USA)

Keep up with the latest music news, festivals, interviews and reviews </i></b><a href= ""><span class= "s1"><b><i>here</i></b></span></a><b><i>.</i></b></p> <p>Complete with two stages, experiential bars, market stalls, mouth-watering food to satisfy every craving, plus some of the best local and international artists around, Ridin Hearts is raising a glass to all things country.</p> <p>So grab your boots and dust off your hat, Ridin Hearts is ready to create memories that will last a lifetime.</p> <h3>Ridin Hearts dates and locations</h3> <ul type="disc"> <li>Saturday November 4 | Sydney Showground | Sydney NSW (18+)</li> <li>Sunday November 5 | Melbourne Showgrounds | Melbourne VIC (18+)</li> </ul> <p>In its inaugural year, Ridin Hearts General Admission Tickets will be available for $179, along with Jolenes Diamond Ticket for $379. Jolenes Diamond Ticket will offer patrons additional perks to enjoy the festival in style, including an exclusive bar and seating, complimentary welcome cocktail, souvenir laminate, phone charging facilities, premium toilets and powder stations to help keep the country glam on point all in an extra special space filled with comfort, convenience and good vibes.</p> <p>Ridin Hearts Festival is a fresh twist on country music. Its not your regular hoedown, its a one-day music extravaganza for loyal country fans, the country curious, and any music lover.</p> <h3>Bailey Zimmerman to headline</h3> <p>Headlining the festival is US country star Bailey Zimmerman, who has captured the hearts of fans everywhere through his sharp...


Demanding IPEF timeline threatens to undermine open and inclusive process of negotiations "IndyWatch Feed National"

25 July, 2023: There has been increasing criticism of the process for negotiating the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF) with the recent conclusion of the fourth round IPEF negotiations in Busan, South Korea which reported incremental progress.

The Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF) is a regional forum initiated by the US that proponents say will strengthen economic cooperation between its 14 participants and divert supply chains away from China. IPEF, unlike traditional trade agreements, does not include market access commitments like lower tariffs. Instead, the main incentives are increased investment and capacity building projects in addition to commitments to improve human rights, labour rights and environmental standards in the region.

The US has set an ambitious timeline to conclude IPEF negotiations before the US-held Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in November. However, there are concerns that US pressure to quickly conclude IPEF is harming the transparency of the process, even for negotiators.

Increasingly limited stakeholder consultation

IPEF promised to be a new model of progressive trade arrangements which prioritises high labour, environmental and human rights standards. The rhetoric of IPEF has centred heavily on inclusivity and engagement during negotiations.

However, from the start of discussions, the US has prevented IPEF countries from revealing the negotiating texts until 5 years after the negotiations are completed. This is a year longer than for The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement, a previous trade agreement widely criticised as opaque and corporate-dominated.

Despite the announcement of the substantial conclusion of pillar 2 supply chain negotiations in Detroit in May, the text of the completed agreement has still not been released. IPEF governments have not responded to calls from AFTINET and other civil society groups to release the text.

This marks a step back for both the negotiating text and concluded text. In 2016, negotiators did release the concluded text of the TPP at this stage to the public, showing that the inclusive appro...



Call for a super profit tax to create affordable housing is on the mark "IndyWatch Feed National"

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One of Australias biggest unions. The Construction Forestry Mining Maritime and Energy Union (CFMMEU) is launching a push for a major rise in government investment on affordable housing. The unions national secretary Zach smith says this is necessary to take on the housing crisis that so many are facing in his country.

The union had commissioned Oxford Economics to analyse of the impact of a super profits tax on the biggest corporations to fund the construction of new affordable homes. The resulting proposal is a permanent 40 percent tax on super profits for companies with a turnover of over $100 million a year. This would apply to only 0.3 percent of companies and would raise around $29 billion a year and go a long way towards meeting the need for 750,000 new dwellings.

Photo from The Australian: CFMMEU National Construction Division secretary Zach Smith

Proposing a super profits tax might seem like quite a radical move. It isnt. Its the least of what is needed for Australia to meet its obligation as a signatory to the 1966 International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, which codified and mandated housing as essential to human right.

Even if this convention didnt exist, adequate housing for all would be taken up by a society that values the principle that dignity and a standard of living in line with community expectations should be available to all.

Australia has a responsibility to ensure this becomes a reality.  

Advocates of social housing have long been pushing for far more action to meet the need. Programs to date, including the current Housing Austral...


Google guilty of ad-fraud againsts its customers including NYTimes, Reuters, Wired, Mashable and Gizmodo "IndyWatch Feed National"

Did Google mislead advertisers about TrueView skippable in-stream ads for the past three years?

This report finds that advertisers including Fortune 500 brands, the US federal government, and many small businesses may have been misled for years about Googles proprietary TrueView skippable in-stream video ads. This misalignment may have cost media buyers up to billions of digital ad dollars, which were ultimately spent on small, muted, out-stream, auto-playing or interstitial video ad units running on independent websites and mobile apps.

TrueView is Google's proprietary cost-per-view, choice-based ad format that serves on YouTube, millions of apps, and across the web. With TrueView, advertisers only pay for actual views of their ads, rather than impressions. TrueView asks users if they want to skip the video ad after 5 seconds with a visual prompt. Googles policies state that TrueView ads must be skippable, audible, and playing of the video (and ad) cannot be solely initiated by passive user scrolling.

However, this research report finds that for years, significant quantities of TrueView skippable in-stream ads, purchased by many different brands and media agencies, appear to have been served on hundreds of thousands of websites and apps in which the consumer experience did not meet Googles stated quality standards. For example, many TrueView in-stream ads were served muted and auto-playing as out-stream video or as obscured video players on independent sites. Often, there was little to no organic video media content between ads, the video units simply played ads only. 



Backcountry Festival early bird Registrations open "IndyWatch Feed Gippsland"

Now in its 6th year, the Victorian backcountry festival will happen at Mt Hotham again over the first weekend of September.

The three day event (September 1, 2, 3) features the normal program that we all love guided tours, workshops, a speakers program, demo village, repair cafe, and the saki in outdoor bar on a mountain top.

The festival is 100% volunteer run and the committee is working hard to deliver another great event.

Registration for the festival is now open, with an early bird rate of $40 for the weekend. This covers basic and very important costs like insurance for the festival. Registering will mean you receive details of the tour program when it is announced. Registrations after July will be $50, so get in now and save.

You can register here.



SMH: Aussies Arent Engaging with the 43C (110F) Climate Crisis "IndyWatch Feed National"

In Australia we call a 110F top temperature a warm Summer day - so when alarmists tell us these temperatures are a climate crisis, it leaves us Aussies a bit perplexed.

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Zelensky's 'cannon fodder': The strange lives and pointless deaths of foreign mercenaries fighting in Ukraine "IndyWatch Feed National"

"My mates have died, and are dying. I've seen things out here that, from a military perspective, are beyond unacceptable," says one Australian fighter From the start of Russia's military operation in Ukraine, thousands of foreign mercenaries have joined Ukraine's Armed Forces. They came to Ukraine from all over the world, but mostly from Poland, the US, and Canada. Recently, however, it seems that their interest in fighting for Kiev has significantly faded. This is evident both from estimates provided by the Russian Ministry of Defense and from foreign media reports. Mercenaries are losing interest Since February 24, 2022, a projected 11,675 foreign mercenaries from 84 countries have joined the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU). This was stated by the Russian Ministry of Defense on July 10. The largest numbers of mercenaries apparently came from Poland (over 2,600), the US and Canada (over 900 from each), Georgia (over 800), Great Britain and Romania (over 700 each), Croatia (over...


Australia fact of the day "IndyWatch Feed Nsw"

Health officials have virtually eliminated HIV transmission in parts of Sydney that were once the centre of the Australian Aids epidemic, raising hopes of conquering a disease that has killed more than 40mn people.

HIV diagnoses in inner Sydney plunged 88 per cent from the 2008-12 average to just 11 cases last year, a decline on a scale never before recorded in a former Aids hotspot.

The results add to evidence that existing prevention strategies, including testing and pre-exposure drugs, are highly effective when implemented correctly.

Rapid progress towards ending Aids is possible. If trends continue, several countries in several global regions will reach the [UN] goal of a 90 per cent HIV incidence reduction by 2030, researchers said.

Here is the full FT story.  As I have been saying people, you are living in a new age of biomedical miracles.

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Celebrate Plastic Free July With These 23 Easy Ways to Cut Back on Single-Use Plastics "IndyWatch Feed National"

Its just a plastic fork, just a takeout container, just one water bottle. 

Not exactly. 

Indulging in the modern convenience of single-use plastics seems harmless, but the consequences to our health, wildlife, and oceans will be with us for a long time to come. Globally, we produce 300 million tons of plastic annually, about half of which is single-use items and 8 million tons of that plastic reaches oceans every year. By 2050, there could be more plastic than fish in the sea.

One reason for plastics well-deserved bad reputation is that it never truly breaks down rather, it breaks apart into increasingly tinier pieces through the forces of light, heat, and other environmental factors until it becomes microplastics. These microscopic pieces have reached virtually every corner of the Earth: the deepest oceans, highest mountains, the tissues of the fish and animals that we consume, and even our own blood and lungs.

Sure, recycling is one important solution to our plastic crisis, but only 9% of plastic actually gets recycled. Therefore, its crucial that we curb our production and consumption of plastic, and fast. 

Thats where Plastic Free July comes in: a global challenge to reduce single-use plastics. The project was begun by Rebecca Prince-Ruiz in Australia in 2011, and is now a part of the nonprofit Plastic Free Foundation, formed in 2017. On the organizations website, people can take the pledge to reduce their plastic waste at any level: for a day, a week, a month; to avoid single-use packaging exclusively, or go completely plastic free. 

But how do you get started? Use this simple guide to consider areas of your life and home in which you can easily reduce plastic waste with a few swaps to reusables, or different methods that sidestep plastic altogether. Remember: Plastic Free July isnt about being perfect. Its very difficult to completely remove plastic from your life especially given accessibility and economic barriers to some elements of sustainable living  but about reducing your consumption wherever you are able. 

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Geologists have discovered why the Indian Ocean has a 20-million-year-old gravity hole "IndyWatch Feed National"

The hole has been unexplained for decades. But scientists from the Indian Institute of Science think they finally have an answer.

The ocean, ever changing as it is, is always chock full of darkness and mystery. But one unexplainable phenomenona giant gravity hole in the middle of the Indian Oceanmight just have an explanation, after all.

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Zelenskys Cannon fodder: The strange lives and pointless deaths of foreign mercenaries fighting in Ukraine "IndyWatch Feed National"

My mates have died, and are dying. Ive seen things out here that, from a military perspective, are beyond unacceptable, says one Australian fighter From the start of Russias military operation in Ukraine, thousands of foreign mercenaries have joined Ukraines Armed Forces. They came to Ukraine from all over the world, but mostly from Poland,

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Congressional Concerns: Stalling Nuclear Submarines For Australia "IndyWatch Feed National"

As US lawmakers wrestle over funds and the need to increase submarine production, the Australian side of the bargain looks flimsy, weak, and dispensable.

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US, Australia launch largest-ever joint military exercise, claim it should serve as a 'message to China' "IndyWatch Feed National"

The US and Australia on Friday launched the largest-ever iteration of their Talisman Sabre exercise as the US is increasingly focused on building alliances in the Asia Pacific against China. The Talisman Sabre started in 2005 as a biennial exercise between the US and Australia. This year's iteration involves participants from 11 other countries and over 30,000 military personnel. US Navy Secretary Carlos Del Toro spoke at the opening ceremony on Friday and said the massive drills served as a warning to China. "The most important message that China can take from this exercise and anything that our allies and partners do together is that we are extremely tied by the core values that exist among our many nations together," he said at a naval base in Sydney. Comment: It seems that not all of the allies are so comfortable with sacrificing their nations on behalf of the ailing US empire: 'Most dangerous moment in world politics': US, China heading for conflict, and it's not clear whether...


Scientists Working on Merging AI With Human Brain Cells "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

A team of researchers just got a $600,000 grant from Australias Office of National Intelligence to study ways of merging human brain cells with artificial intelligence.

In collaboration with Melbourne-based startup Cortical Labs, the team has already successfully demonstrated how a cluster of roughly 800,000 brain cells in a Petri dish is capable of playing a game of Pong.

The basic idea is to merge biology with AI, something that could forge new frontiers for machine learning tech for self-driving cars, autonomous drones, or delivery robots or at least thats what the government is hoping to accomplish with its investment.


Nevil Shutes On the Beach warned us of nuclear annihilation. Its still a hot-button issue with a new play at the Sydney Theatre Company "IndyWatch Feed Nsw"

ABC News The Conversation / By Alexander Howard, 23 Jul 23

.. the nuclear threat is still very much at the top of our collective mind.

The Sydney Theatre Company is staging the very first stage adaptation of Shutes novel On the Beach. And Oppenheimer, one of 2023s two most-hyped films, tells the story of the man referred to as the father of the atomic bomb.

Australias most important novel

Journalist Gideon Haigh calls On the Beach arguably Australias most important novel important in the sense of confronting a mass international audience with the defining issue of the age.

British-born Shute emigrated in 1950 to Australia, where he lived outside Melbourne. As well as writing novels, he worked as an aeronautical engineer.

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The Fascination with Jeffrey Dahmer Autopsy Photos Prison Reddit "IndyWatch Feed National"

Jeffrey Dahmer Autopsy Photos Prison Reddit

When I first stumbled upon a thread discussing Jeffrey Dahmers autopsy photos on Reddit, I was taken aback by the sheer amount of interest. Yet, its evident that theres a significant fascination with these images and their related discussions in online communities.

Why are we drawn to such dark aspects of human history? Psychologists suggest it might be due to our innate curiosity about mortality and the darker side of human nature. It could also stem from an attempt to understand what drives a person like Dahmer to commit such heinous acts. It cant be denied that Jeffrey Dahmer is an infamous figure in American true crime history. His gruesome acts while alive, and even the details surrounding his death in prison, have continually fed public curiosity. The autopsy photos serve as tangible evidence of his existence they provide a finality to his story that people find intriguing.

If youve ever ventured into any true crime subreddit, youll notice theyre filled with posts offering new perspectives or sharing information about well-known cases like Dahmers. This constant analysis reflects our collective desire for understanding and closure. Here are some elements that contribute to this fascination:

  • The macabre: Humans have always been attracted to things we consider strange or frightening.
  • The need for answers: We seek explanations for things we dont understand.
  • The thrill: Some find excitement in exploring the unknown or taboo subjects.

In conclusion (without starting my sentence off in conclusion,), as much as Jeffery Dahmers autopsy photos may seem unsettling at first glance theyre more than just grizzly keepsakes for true crime enthusiasts on Reddit; they represent our complex relationship with fear, understanding evil deeds and confronting our own mortality.

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Score a Furry Deal: Geelong Animal Welfare Centre (GAWS) announces Winter Fee Freeze on Adoptions "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

<p>Are you ready to unleash the love and bring home a new four-legged or feathered family member? Geelongs Animal Welfare Centre has some fantastic news for all the animal lovers out there!</p> <p>Theyre offering a winter fee freeze on adoptions, making it the purrfect time to welcome a furry companion into your home.</p> <p class="p1"><b><i>Stay up to date with whats happening in and around the region </i></b><a href= ""><span class= "s1"><b><i>here</i></b></span></a><b><i>.</i></b></p> <p>Heres the breakdown of the Winter Fee Freeze Promotion Prices from July 21st to August 31st, 2023:</p> <p><strong>Dogs & Puppies:

  • Adult Medium & Large Breeds: From $360 to just $95*
  • Adult Small & Toy Breeds: From $460 to an amazing $95*
  • Puppies (<6 months): <ul> <li>Medium & Large Breeds: $795
  • Small & Toy Breeds: $895
  • Senior Dogs (7+ years): An adorable steal at $45*

Cats & Kittens:

  • Adult Cats: Down from $120 to an incredible $45*
  • Bonded Pairs: A heartwarming $75*
  • Kittens (< 6 months): The purrfect bundle of joy for $235</li> <li>Special Breeds (e.g. Siamese, Burmese, Ragdoll): For $300, you get a feline superstar</li> <li>Senior Cats (7+ years): Senior citizens at a feline $50, and special seniors at just $25*</li> </ul> <p><strong>Small Animals & Birds:
    • Ferrets: $80 (includes desexing and vaccination)
    • Rabbits: From $120 to an adorable $85* (includes desexing and vaccination)
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PODCAST: Dr Sophie Scamps talks #MackellarVotes still rising on #TransitZone "IndyWatch Feed Nsw"

DR SOPHIE SCAMPS: INDEPENDENT MP FOR MACKELLAR | JUST OVER A year ago, on 21 May, 2023, Australia experienced a seismic shift in its political landscape with a federal election that saw six community independents, six women, elected to parliament by defeating sitting Liberal Party members in affluent, blue ribbon seats in Sydney, Melbourne []

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#transitzone theme is by Ivan Clarke at Pang Productions.


We were doing exactly what we wanted to: Grinspoon looking back for their Easy Detention tour "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Its been a few years between albums for Lismore rockers Grinspoon, so its only fitting that almost three decades into their career recent happenings have been focused around album retrospectives.

While 2019 saw the release of their Chemical Hearts compilation album, the group first broke a few years of silence in 2017 when they looked back on their debut album, Guide To Better Living, for its 20th anniversary.

Keep up with the latest music news, festivals, interviews and reviews here.


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Your complete guide to dressing like Ken "IndyWatch Feed National"

A step-by-step guide to channeling Kens sartorial je ne sais quoi.

Over the last century, fashion hasnt been kind to men. While womenswear designers regularly conjure up new trends, creating looks in fresh color palettes and styles, menswear often resurfaces the same basic silhouettes, in the same drab colors.

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Anangu Women Artists Celebrated in Kungka Kunpu (Strong Women) exhibition at Geelong Gallery "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Get ready to be awestruck by the powerful and inspiring works of celebrated Anangu women artists from the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands in the upcoming exhibition, Kungka Kunpu (Strong Women), hosted at Geelong Gallery.

This captivating showcase, a touring exhibition from the Art Gallery of South Australias acclaimed Tarnanthi program, is set to run from October 21, 2023, to February 25, 2024.

Stay up to date with whats happening within the regions art scene here

Featuring major contemporary pieces from AGSAs collection, this exhibition highlights the extraordinary artistic talent of celebrated women artists who draw from their cultural knowledge and ceremonial traditions to create groundbreaking works. Its a celebration of women supporting each other across generations, beautifully expressed through paintings, large-scale woven sculptures, and moving image works.

Kungka Kunpu (Strong Women) reflects the adaptive genius, energy and dynamism of Anangu culture and recognises the APY art movement as a vital source of contemporary art production in Australia today, says AGSA Director Rhana Devenport ONZM.

This exceptional travelling exhibition gives audiences outside of South Australia a rare opportunity to experience AGSAs far reaching and impactful Tarnanthi program a national showcase for the artistic excellence, creative diversity, innovation and cultural depth of contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art.




antifa notes (july 24, 2023) : jock, sunshine, gyms, geelong, nazis "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

1 Last week on Yeah Nah Pasaran! we spoke to Jock Palfreeman [Twitter] about the International Day of Solidarity with Anti-fascist Prisoners, July 25. Of particular note is the repression currently being faced by anarchists and anti-fascists in Belarus and Continue reading


Sydney University to dish out scholarships to foreigners "IndyWatch Feed Nsw"

Your tax dollars at work. Youll be happy to know that the University of Sydney has just been granted permission to provide exclusive financial scholarships to students from the following countries: Uzbekistan Kazakhstan Turkmenistan Tajikistan Azerbaijan Kyrgyzstan China India Pakistan Bangladesh Sri-Lanka Nepal Indonesia Malaysia Philippines Singapore Thailand Vietnam Myanmar...


Sharls haunting new single Changed Too Much leaves a lasting impression "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Australian indie pop princess Sharl is back with her captivating new single Changed Too Much, the second release from her highly anticipated second studio album, Clichs.

This dark and brooding track, produced by Daniel Bohen, combines infectious catchiness with introspective lyricism that will leave a lasting impression. Its accompanied by a haunting music video too.

Keep up with the latest music news, festivals, interviews and reviews here.

Changed Too Much delves into the universal theme of growing apart in relationships. With haunting melodies and heartfelt vocals, Sharls introspective lyrics reflect her resilience and authenticity, drawing listeners into her emotional journey.

The music video for Changed Too Much masterfully portrays the dramatic shift within a relationship, evoking a powerful sense of supernatural transformation and intrigue. The journey begins in a serene and ethereal light forest, though as the narrative unfolds, the atmosphere gradually morphs into a hauntingly dark and gloomy forest. Evoking the disillusionment and uncertainty that often accompany the realisation of being deceived by someone we thought we knew, this evocative and moody visual representation enhances the impact of the songs lyrics.

Check it out below.

Known for her unique blend of electro-pop beats and melodic storytelling, Sharl quickly rose to prominence with her debut album, City Lights. Garnering attention from Australian radio, press outlets, and international music blogs, Sharl solidified her position as a rising star in the indie pop scene.

Originally from the UK, where she spent her formative years engrossed in music, songwriting, and pursuing a medical career, Sharls therapeutic music brings a unique perspective to pop.

Demonstrating sheer talent and unwavering growth, Sharl has blossomed over the past year as an independent artist, unveiling a series of singles, an ethereal and introspective debut album that explores the nuances of coming-of-age, and a collection of visually stunning music videos that showcase her at the peak of her artistryrejuvenated, confident, and wholly authentic.

In her latest endeavour, Clichs, Sharl fearlessly embraces her artistic evolution. Scheduled to grace our ears this November, the album promises an audacious and innovative amalgamation of electro-pop and K-Pop influences. With ten unforgettable tracks, Sharl delves into the multifaceted realm of love.

The captivating single, Changed Too Much, offers a tantalising glimpse into the transformative musical journey that awaits in Sharls forthcoming second album.



WIN! Were giving away double passes to see the thrilling live-action Gran Turismo movie "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

High speed brings higher stakes in Gran Turismo, the new coming-of-age sports drama film arriving in cinemas August 10, 2023 telling the exhilarating true story of a gamer who became a real-life racecar driver. 

Directed by Neill Blomkamp, Gran Turismo is based on the unbelievable true story of a team of unlikely underdogs a struggling working-class gamer (Archie Madekwe), a failed former racecar driver (David Harbour), and an idealistic motorsport executive (Orlando Bloom). 

Keep up with the latest in local news and entertainment here.

Together, they risk it all to take on the most elite sport in the world. 

With an all-star cast rounded out by Geri Halliwell Horner and Djimon Hounsou, Gran Turismo is an inspiring, thrilling, and action-packed story that proves that nothing is impossible when youre fuelled from within.

To celebrate the films arrival, were giving 10 lucky Forte readers the chance to win a double pass each to Gran Turismo, which is screening in cinemas from August 10 2023. The double pass can be used nationwide at participating cinemas screening the flick throughout the duration of the films cinema season, excluding cinema discount days, public holidays and gold class sessions.

To be in the running, all you have to do is enter your name, email and postal address below (so the tickets can be mailed to you).



Revealed: The 1.6-hectare design for Geelongs new Convention and Exhibition Centre "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

The highly anticipated Geelong Convention and Exhibition Centre precinct development is a step closer to reality,  with the selection of the preferred bidder to deliver the much-anticipated project, along with the unveiling of proposed (and truly incredible) designs.

Flagged to open in 2026, Plenary Conventions has been appointed to develop the project and will soon start on the transformation of a 1.6-hectare waterfront site to deliver a world-class facility and precinct to Geelong.

Stay up to date with whats happening in and around the region here.

The precinct will include a purpose-built convention and exhibition space featuring a 1000-seat venue, two large exhibition spaces, meeting rooms, conference facilities and flexible event spaces.

It will also be home to new retail spaces for food and beverage offerings and a large public plaza, as well as a 200-room hotel under the internationally renowned Crowne Plaza brand, promising to provide a massive boost to local visitors.

Key aspects of the precincts design and identity have been developed in consultation with the Wadawurrung Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation.


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Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Live in Concert is swinging into Melbourne this year "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Direct from Brooklyn and for the first time in Australia, the Academy Award-winning film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is swinging into Melbourne for an electrifying Live in Concert experience this October.

Taking place on 21st October 2023 at The Plenary, Convention Centre, youll be able to witness the epic film soundtrack brought to life in an incredible fusion of orchestral, turntables, and electronic music, performed live alongside the big-screen action.

Keep up with the latest in local news and entertainment here.

This one-of-a-kind show premiered in New York in March 2023, leaving the audience in awe with its unique blend of live orchestra, DJ prowess, and electrifying visuals. Imagine watching the action-packed animation on a massive HD screen while a 32-piece orchestra, led by conductor Vanessa Scamell, and DJ Total Eclipse from the legendary hip-hop collective, the X-Ecutioners, perform the iconic film score, fusing elements of orchestral with turntables and live DJ, and electronics for a rare and bold live experience.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse introduced us to Brooklyn teen Miles Morales, who discovers the boundless possibilities of the Spider-Verse, where anyone can be a hero. The films thrilling score, composed by the acclaimed Daniel Pemberton, blends heroism and resilience with an infusion of hip-hop vibes. The soundtrack includes incredible contributions from industry heavyweights like Post Malone, Lil Wayne, Jaden Smith, and Nicki Minaj, making it a true auditory feast.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is one of my favourite scores Ive ever written. Utilising a full orchestra, crazy electronics and unbelievable turntable scratching techniques amongst a million other things, it is so technically complex I never thought wed ever be able to actually reproduce it in a live concert, but somehow, we have, said Pemberton on the project.

The original Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse film, directed by Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey, and Rodney Rothman and written by Phil Lord and Rothman, wowed critics and audiences alike with its innovative visual style, captivating story, and standout voice acting. And now, with the highly anticipated sequel, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, having hit theatres in June 2023, the Spider-Verse phenomenon continues to captivate audiences worldwide.

Grab your tickets on 28th July via Ticketmaster. Find out more here

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Porter Robinsons Nurture Live Tour is hitting Australia this November "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Acclaimed vocalist, songwriter and producer Porter Robinson is heading Down Under with his first Australian tour in over six years! The celebration revolves around his critically acclaimed album, Nurture, promising an ethereal experience thatll have you floating on a musical cloud.

Featuring Porters unique blend of vocals, piano mastery, and digital wizardry, all wrapped in stunning visuals, the Melbourne leg kicks off on November 6 at Margaret Court Arena, followed by Sydneys Hordern Pavilion on November 10, alongside two This That festival appearances.

Porter Robinson Australian Tour Dates

  • Sat, Nov 4: THIS THAT FESTIVAL, Sandstone Point, QLD
  • Mon, Nov 6: MARGARET COURT ARENA, Melbourne, VIC
  • Fri, Nov 10: HORDERN PAVILION, Sydney, NSW
  • Sat, Nov 11: THIS THAT FESTIVAL, Newcastle, NSW

Keep up with the latest music news, festivals, interviews and reviews here.

From electro-house raves to visionary electronic pop, Porter Robinson has been an unstoppable force in the music world since 2010. With hits like Shelter and the Grammy-nominated project Virtual Self, hes constantly pushing the boundaries.

In April 2021, Robinson brought Nurture, his first album in seven years, to life. Nurture was a commercial hit, topping the US Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart and marking Robinsons second number one debut after 2014s genre-defining Worlds. Robinsons own festival, Second Sky, welcomed a sold-out crowd of 45,000 fans to the Oakland Arena Grounds in the fall of 2021, followed by The Nurture Live Tour 2021 spanning 38 dates across the United States. The Australian tour follows on from sold out UK, EU and Asian tour dates.

To make things even more exciting, supporting Porter Robinson on this epic journey is the talented DJ and producer, jamesjamesjames. The beats will be flowing, and the vibes will be out of this world!

Artist pre-sale starts on July 25 at 11am AEST, while Whats Lively pre-sale is on July 26 at 10am AEST. If youre a TEG LIVE / Ticketek / Venue member, you can grab your tickets on July 27 at 10am AEST. General public, youll have your shot on July 28 at 10am AEST. All tickets are up for grabs here

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US, Australia Launch Largest-Ever Joint Military Exercise "IndyWatch Feed National"

By Dave DeCamp This years Talisman Sabre exercise involved 11 other nations and over 30,000 military personnel. The US and Australia on Friday launched the...

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Exposures are revealing the systemic and corrupt behaviour of the big four "IndyWatch Feed Vic"

Contributed by Joe Montero

First the PwC scandal and its fraudulent relationship to government. Now Deloitte is taking a hit as its similar toxic relationship with government is made public, thanks yet again, to whistlebower leaked documents.

The new scandal makes it clear that there is something wrong with the ways the consultancy giants operate and that this is systemic to the way they do business. The problem cant be written off as merely a case of a few bad apples. It demands an appropriate response from the government, and when this isnt coming, the rest of us gets to pay the price.

Consider the Deloitte case. Access to confidential defence documents was given, and they were used to help Deloitte line up lucrative government contracts.  Deloitte was previously involved in the creation of the Robodebt scheme that is now recognised to have been illegal. Get the picture?

A third of the big four, EY or Ernst and Young as it used to be known, was the advisor to the Victorian government on the Commonwealth Games and central to the cost blowout from around $2.5 billion to almost $7 billion.

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Fourth on the list is KPMG. This one might not have been caught out yet. But consider this. Its Australian division was fined $US450,000 in a United States court in 2022 for violations by the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) over several years, in connection with its internal training program. They were found to have shared confidential information with their clients. Some of the other countries where KPMG has been found to have acted improperly are South Africa, Bangladesh, Colombia, Sri Lanka, Nigeria, and the Philippi...

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Sunday, 23 July


XRP Sluggish: Unraveling The Factors Behind Its Gradual Weakening "IndyWatch Feed Nsw"

The XRP community is struggling with a significant rise in profit-booking actions due to repeated attempts at smashing through the unbreakable $0.85 resistance barrier, resulting in a severe loss of traction for the Ripple altcoin price.

The market is now anxiously awaiting the answer to the crucial question: Will the bullish forces muster enough strength to defend the critical $0.70 support level? Investors are patiently waiting for a definitive response as uncertainty reigns, aware of the delicate balance at stake.

Following reports that the US Securities and Exchange Commission planned to appeal the recent legal verdict in favor of Ripple, XRP saw a substantial 12% fall against USDT on Binance. This appeal nullified the profits achieved during the significant spike in XRP and other altcoins brought on by the lawsuits successful resolution.

At the time of writing, the top altcoin was trading at $0.739, down 4.6% in the last 24 hours. Despite the hiccup, XRP managed to tally a 3.0% increase in the weekly timeframe, data from crypto market tracker Coingecko shows.

After hitting a barrier near the $0.85 level, XRP lost impetus, and on-chain signals indicate that whale investors may soon give in to the developing bearish trend.

RSI Shows XRP Losing Steam 

The price of XRP decreased by 17% between July 13 and July 22. The partial victory for Ripple stoked excitement among XRP holders and drove the alternative currency to its regional high of $0.9375.

Its also important to note that XRP has yet to go very far despite a few falls over the past week as some traders took profits, with its support level still rising as of this writing.


Saturday, 22 July


Ebi Onome Makes History As First African Footballer To Play In Six FIFA Women World Cup "IndyWatch Feed National"


LAGOS JULY22ND (URHOBOTODAY)-Nigeria defender Onome Ebi says she is still loving her football at the age of 40 as she embarks on a sixth appearance at the Womens World Cup a record for an African player.

The centre-back and caps centurion has played for 10 clubs in a career spanning 23 years.

I enjoy what I do and setting records, and to get a chance to play in my sixth World Cup feels unreal, Ebi told BBC Sport Africa.

All my hard work and dedication is paying off and it feels good.

After making her debut at the 2003 World Cup in the United States at the age of 20, she has become a mainstay of the Super Falcons defence, also playing in the 2007, 2011, 2015 and 2019 tournaments.

At the finals in France in 2019, Ebi became the first African player man or woman to appear at the World Cup five times.

At my first World Cup, in 2003, I never ever imagined that I would be playing in my sixth. This is like a dream come true, she added.

An African record breaker

Three other players have travelled to the Womens World Cup six times, with two of them Brazils Marta and Christine Sinclair of Canada also at this years tournament in Australia and New Zealand. Japans Homare Sawa played at her sixth and final World Cup tournament in 2015.

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