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Curious Canberra is a new project from ABC News Canberra that invites you to have a say in the stories we cover. Every week, a journalist answers a question posed by you - the audience. Ask us something you've always wondered about the city, its region or its people: abc.net.au/curiouscanberra
 
It's amazing what you can discover in your own back yard. Canberra has an incredible array of world class business and public sector leaders and this is the place you get to meet them. Join global speaker, author, businessman and executive coach, Jonathan Doyle as he introduces to the people shaping the business and government future of the nation and beyond.
 
The Truffle Festival- Canberra Region really is the ultimate experience for food lovers in winter. With more than 250 individual events held across the Canberra region from June through to August highlighting the rare black winter truffle. 2018 will mark the ten-year anniversary of the festival. This podcast is all about the businesses that bring the range of delicious truffle experiences to you. www.trufflefestival.com.au
 
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Today is August 12, 2022 and this is your daily news briefing from The Canberra Times. In today’s update, A year on from Canberra's Delta lockdown, a city remembers the shock ; and ACT chief health officer says daily case numbers create 'a level of elevated anxiety'.
 
Kathryn Hartley | Romans 11:33-12:6a — Writing to the church in Rome, Paul warns against conforming to this world, urging his readers to instead be of ‘transformed’ minds. To discern truth in a world bombarding us with content, reliance upon human understanding simply will not do. We need the powerful and renewing work of Him, whose wisdom is truly…
 
Today is August 10, 2022 and this is your daily news briefing from The Canberra Times. In today’s update, New tax data has revealed the ACT's richest postcodes; and the costings for Scott Morrison's signature super-for-housing scheme were based on scant detail.
 
Today is August 9, 2022 and this is your daily news briefing from The Canberra Times. In today’s update, The federal government has backed wire-free trams across Lake Burley Griffin; and Canberra’s office vacancy rate has increased following an influx of new supply.
 
Today is August 8, 2022 and this is your daily news briefing from The Canberra Times. In today’s update, ACT government and Gungahlin residents, businesses call for an APS department; and Funding for the National Disability Insurance Agency inadequate, report finds.
 
Today is August 4, 2022 and this is your daily news briefing from The Canberra Times. In today’s update, David Pocock’s vote key to Labor's climate bill; and Barr sets sights on 2024 with 'adults in charge' of federal government.
 
Today is August 3, 2022 and this is your daily news briefing from The Canberra Times. In today’s update, Andrew Barr's ACT budget reveals revenue to grow by $1 billion over next three years; and Businesses underwhelmed by ACT budget.
 
Today is August 2, 2022 and this is your daily news briefing from The Canberra Times. In today’s update, Andrew Barr has eyes on ACT inflation rate ahead of the 2022-23 budget; and David Pocock wants to be the climate 'peacebroker' in the 47th Parliament.
 
Adam Ritchard | John 10:22-28 — While speaking to the Jews, Jesus describes His believers as sheep, who ‘listen’ to His voice and ‘follow’ Him. In an age of Airpods and ads, it has never been more essential that we live like sheep on our journey of faith: seeking out our Heavenly Father’s leading above all else, and wholeheartedly following Him, ou…
 
Today is July 28, 2022 and this is your daily news briefing from The Canberra Times. In today’s update, a family has expressed anguish as an investigation is launched into a five-year-old's death and; health authorities are unsure which way ACT's COVID wave is headed.
 
Today is July 25, 2022 and this is your daily news briefing from The Canberra Times. In today’s update, The robodebt royal commission will rebuild trust, the new Labor government has been told; and ACT’s COVID hospitalisations rise despite signs the latest wave has peaked.
 
Andrew Baker | John 10:10; John 8:31-32, 43-45 — John’s Gospel paints a picture of contrasts: In Jesus we find the truth that leads us to life, and in ‘the thief’ we find lies that lead only to destruction. As followers of Christ, we must be aware of the world’s lies that would seek to surround and deceive us; instead holding fast to Him - our Good…
 
Today is July 21, 2022 and this is your daily news briefing from The Canberra Times. In today’s update, Canberra's small businesses put their own rules in place with no mask mandate; and Treasurer Jim Chalmers says APS expertise is needed more than ever.
 
Today is July 20, 2022 and this is your daily news briefing from The Canberra Times. In today’s update, Electric vehicles will pay less after ACT registration change to focus on emissions not weight; and Canberra facing 'worst time of pandemic'.
 
Today is July 19, 2022 and this is your daily news briefing from The Canberra Times. In today’s update, Australia's environment is in poor and deteriorating health; and a ban on new light vehicles powered by fossil fuels risks driving up prices in the car market.
 
Andrew Baker | Matthew 6:19-24; Psalm 1 — In Matthew’s Gospel account, Jesus challenges His listeners to store up ‘treasures in heaven’ rather than on earth. Living in a culture that idolises affluence, this is a real challenge for us today. But ultimately this is about much more than our bank balance or number of possessions; it’s about the heart.…
 
Today is July 15, 2022 and this is your daily news briefing from The Canberra Times. In today’s update, Labor’s climate bill will lock-in a 'weak' emissions target, the Greens say; and Canberra’s office occupancy has fallen as COVID surges, a new survey shows.
 
Today is July 14, 2022 and this is your daily news briefing from The Canberra Times. In today’s update, The numbers that reveal the size of the COVID wave hitting the APS; and Two monkeypox virus cases detected in Canberra.
 
Andrew Baker | Matthew 6:25-34; Philippians 4:6 — Anxiety is far from a modern concept or diagnosis - it reaches right back to the very core of our fallen human nature in the Garden of Eden. But does this make all-consuming anxiety an inescapable fact of human existence? Jesus doesn’t think so. In His sermon on the mount, Jesus calls us to a higher…
 
oday is July 6, 2022 and this is your daily news briefing from The Canberra Times. In today’s update, tennis star Nick Kyrgios has been summonsed to face court next month charged with assault, floods to add heat to inflation as RBA warns further rate hikes are coming.
 
Today is July 4, 2022 and this is your daily news briefing from The Canberra Times. In today’s update, the federal government eases vaccination status travel requirement; and the family of late Canberra teenager Josh Connell buoyed by support after tragic death.
 
Kathryn Hartley | 2 Corinthians 2:4; 6:11; 7:2-3 — Opposing the city’s indulgent culture, Paul’s instruction caused many in the Corinthian church to close their hearts toward him. But as Paul’s response demonstrated, open-heartedness is not an optional extra for wholehearted followers of Christ. As we rely upon God and generously love those around …
 
In this message, Pastor Joe uses Lamentations 3:19-24 to tell the story and the story of "It Is Well With My Soul" songwriter Horatio Spafford to encourage us to remember that while our circumstances threaten to overwhelm us, by the grace and love of God, we will not be consumed. For more podcasts and for more information on Every Nation Canberra, …
 
Andrew Baker | Luke 18:1-8 — In a parable, Jesus tells of an unjust judge who reluctantly gave justice to a widow only due to her persistent asking. For both Jesus’ disciples and us today, the knowledge that our heavenly Father is nothing like this judge should propel us from passivity to a life of persistent, hope-filled, passionate prayer; seekin…
 
Adam Ritchard | 1 Thes 5:16-18; Phil 2:14-16 — In his Epistles, the Apostle Paul repeatedly instructs his readers to give thanks in all circumstances. Far easier said than done, this instruction could not be more relevant to us today: like the world around us, discontentment can easily become our default setting. But as believers, we ought to to be…
 
Andrew Baker | Revelation 2:1-7 — In John’s vision of Christ, Jesus commends the church of Ephesus for its endurance, but calls it to repent for abandoning its ‘first love’. As Christians, we cannot afford to forsake our love for Christ. And in a restless world such as ours, it has never been more important (and challenging!) to put aside distracti…
 
Andrew Baker | Jonah 4:1-11 — In a surprising and confronting ending, the Lord’s sparing of Nineveh caused Jonah to become so angry that he wished for his own death. Full of twists and turns, Jonah’s account causes us to consider a God whose grace is greater than our failings; whose ways are much higher than ours; and who radically moves our hearts…
 
Pastor Joe uses 1 Peter 3:15 and a powerful story from the Titanic to discuss how we can prepare ourselves to communicate, in word and deed, the hope we have in Jesus. For more podcasts and for more information on Every Nation Canberra, please visit encanberra.org. Follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/everynationcanberra and on Instagram at instag…
 
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