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US COVID Vaccine Rollout Begins for Children Ages 12 to 15

The World Today with Sally Sara

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

US COVID Vaccine Rollout Begins for Children Ages 12 to 15

"States has become the first country to begin a mess. Covert 19 vaccination program for Children aged 12 to 15 and younger Children may soon be getting their shots, too, with clinical trials checking if the vaccine is effective for Children as young as five

COVID-19 Pandemic Was 'A Preventable Disaster,' WHO-Ordered Report Says

AM

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

COVID-19 Pandemic Was 'A Preventable Disaster,' WHO-Ordered Report Says

"An independent review panel established by the World Health Organization has sounded. The Corona virus pandemic was preventable. The group has placed some of the blame on the W Hy chou it saying it should have declared a global emergency earlier than it did. Dr. Joanne Liu is one of the 13 panel members who contributed to the report. She says the world was not prepared for the pandemic. Would basically fail to learn from all the other warning. We got from Saurus off H one n one of from Zika or Ebola in the last few years.

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Nine Killed in Russian School Shooting; Putin Calls for Gun Law Review

Breakfast with Sammy J

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Nine Killed in Russian School Shooting; Putin Calls for Gun Law Review

"Nine victims, including seven Children, who died in a school shooting in Kazan in central Russia, has been formally identified Your correspondent, Little Basil reports. The Children were all teenagers in their eighth year of schooling on the two adults worked at the school. One was a 25 year old English teacher who died while trying to protect one of his students. The alleged shooter has been identified in the Russian media as a 19, year old former student of this school and the registered owner of a shotgun. He has been detained by police. The shooting rampage began on Tuesday morning, and students could be seen leaping from the third floor windows of the school building to escape. Authorities in Kazan have now formally identified the victims, and President Vladimir Putin has ordered a review of gun ownership laws.

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Nine Dead in Gaza After Rocket Fire Near Jerusalem

Overnights

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Nine Dead in Gaza After Rocket Fire Near Jerusalem

"At least nine people, including three Children, have died in the blast in the northern Gaza Strip. It comes after rockets were fired towards Jerusalem from Gaza. I'm inspiring tensions between Israel and the Palestinians. Gaza's Hamas rulers had threatened to strike after hundreds of Palestinians were injured in clashes with Israeli police at saw outside the Al Askar mosque in east Jerusalem. Crowds threw stones and officers fired stun grenades and rubber

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Victoria Announces Plan to Halve Carbon Emissions by 2030

This Weekend Life with Libbi Gorr

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Victoria Announces Plan to Halve Carbon Emissions by 2030

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ABC Radio MELBOURNE

01:50 min | 1 year ago

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"Whose knowledge has helped shape and evolve our understanding of land and sees Today we pay respect to elders passing present and acknowledge the contribution of our first nation. Peoples to the land. We live, learn and play on. Breakfast with Sammy Jay on ABC Radio Melbourne. It's Monday. Good morning. You're with seven J on ABC Radio Milburn as we all Sluggishly what the weekend from outbreak. Enlist for the week ahead and standing side by side with my breakfast radio family carry it. Hashtag Christopher Hollow. So Ross Cavanaugh, who want Smith, one of the Beatles, I can't remember which one it Woz. He's difficult me too many details. What a thrill to be here with you. Have you weekend was okay. Have your mother's day was okay in all of the complexity that that they often comes with, and I'll be keeping a woman up was pretty chilly here melds. Lots of things. They're coming up today. We're gonna have a debate. Talk about jury duty. All that shot losses up coming up, but that's completely irrelevant because right now I need to ask you a very important question. How much do you love your pit? Seriously. How much do you love your pit if you could put a figure On how much you love you pick. What would the figure babe One woman, one family. Put the figure off..

Chinese Rocket Debris Expected to Plunge Toward Earth

Nightlife

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Chinese Rocket Debris Expected to Plunge Toward Earth

Moulin Rouge! The Musical to Open in Melbourne

Evenings with David Astle

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Moulin Rouge! The Musical to Open in Melbourne

"Is scheduled to open in August in Melbourne and with me Ah, three of the cast members who will be on stage all of them who were in the recent production of the show Rent at the Sydney Opera House now I have a soft spot for rent. One Do I as I was part of the original production of rent in Sydney. Here with me, Tim. Margie. Okay. To my medic, Relleno A rock, Obara and Jared Draper. Welcome you fellas to the show. Thank you. Thank you. Yeah. Now, congratulations to you all forgetting your rolls. This is very exciting. Tell us about the audition process because the one for rent way back in the nineties was. It was a bit of a cattle call and seriously at Kinsella's in Oxford Street, the line just went rule the way down. Um, the end on bond. I didn't have to wait in the cattle cool to just go past everyone, but I still had to audition regardless of what my credentials were. Tell us about. Your own audition process. Was it grueling? And is it growing? You've got the longest you've been out of the longest. Yes, the tomorrows. Musical audition process was grueling because it was different. When I started auditioning, I think most of my auditions were on zoom. That was very kind of confronting to me. Especially being a musical audition, where you really want to be in the room and show you your physicality and work off another kind of human being. Um, So that was it was it was grueling, and it was long and it was. It was quite a few callbacks on Ben.

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ABC Radio MELBOURNE

08:44 min | 1 year ago

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"You're saying and really try Sedition can girl yes, I think that's what you're gonna go out for a jog. Just just don't wear celebrity perfumes. Just go with stuff from your regular slave market. Is, uh, it takes off the wildlife. Well, what I thought was hilarious is why would anyone wear perfume on a run? But this woman was saying, you know, it was early in the morning. I was fumbling around for the deodorant and all that I could find, presumably in the dark was the perfume. But why would you even bother when you're going out there to be a hot and sweaty and who's going to smell you except for revenge and kangaroo? And in the house. That's Yeah, exactly what that cancels each other. I think she was lying about actually going for a jog. Perhaps she was out there aggravating kangaroos, and she she was busted with their back story. But maybe that's why exercise you shouldn't do it. Guys do not exercise you could get punched by a kangaroo. So s so basically the same where we're teaching fishing and we think you should exercise Go on land on sea. I could mention another one. I don't know if you saw this one from a couple of years ago, which also now rules out paragliding when a paraglider came in to land somewhere in the A, C T and a kangaroo was watching him land and ran up to him and just punched him in the face. Kangaroos have anger problems. They need to go to anger management classes. There. There. What is wrong with you? Where is for a While? Many. Many years ago I lived on a farm where we had a kangaroo that kind of adopted us and he got quite He got quite close to the farmer. And occasionally he would come up to him and nibble gently on his chest hair and what was a beautifully tender moment. Okay, But imagine the farmer tried to get away from it. It would sit on. That's crazy. Um, say that was what happened when the farmer ladies I natural b. I come out if you've been wearing a Sarah Jessica Parker perfume things would have been really different. All right? Yes. If you want to flirt with the kangaroo Uh, can you float should be encouraging flirting with animals that night. Maybe you've gone a bit father. You wanna become friends, and then it just smell gross. I think it's just Just have a farmer's there. Yeah, that is a miss saying is with us, but you may have missed this and are I just don't know which is my favorite because they're also good. But this story comes from Michigan in the United States, where a man had a fight with the neighbor and responded by building a very interesting wall. Yeah, neighborly disputes and not uncommon and often over fences. And you know if defenses too far on one side, the property of the other well, this neighbor cracked it and then retaliated by building a wall between the properties with made entirely out of cow feces. Apparently, it's legal. You can't tell someone like that's that he's not breaking any laws that so he's got this poo wall between the properties it lets off. This incredible smell probably smells like She is, but there's nothing the night we can do about it, but both of them have to smell it. There are a lot of fine goals being scored. Here. I am just love it, and I love the neighbor reportedly said. It's not a people. It's a compost fence as if it's some kind of, you know, Iko. It's an eco design. And I'm going to get back to your neighbor do something like that. But you've got to deal with the consequences. I'm wondering where the Donald Trump in his eagerness to build that border war with the Mexican Army. Maybe this is something he could have employed might have been a lot shaper and much bigger deterrent. Well, let's drive. Yeah, for anyone wanting to come into America. You know when I heard from him, maybe he's busy making already promised your country should just do it. Forget needing to put our international borders during covert. Just poke around exactly what Maybe maybe that's what would help out quarantine. Just just put Pool outside every hotel going. No one's gonna believe, honest saying we really haven't kept it. Clean it all that would happen. This'd been dirty, but very PG Rated way to say thanks for joining us. You know you may have missed this. You're listening to night Life with Suzanne Hill on ABC radio. You're a fan. Or maybe your kids are of the kid's TV show, Bluey. Well, it won't be surprising if you are. Since the show started in 2018. It's become the most streamed program in ABC. I view history with more than 500 million views. It's enjoyed by kids and parents around the world on if you watch it with your kids, I wonder if you ever feel just a bit guilty. Well, you don't play with your kids quite as much as Bluey and being goes doggy dead Bandit. He's been how'd as an exemplary parent by both viewers and child development experts and journalists. Melissa five has been interviewing blew his creator, job, Rum and those same child development experts about just what it is. That makes Bluey a textbook example of great parenting. It's for an article to appear in this weekend's Good Weekend magazine. In the age of the Sydney Morning Herald. And Melissa joins me now. Hello, Melissa. Hello. Thanks for having me. Well, you're the mother of a couple of Bluey fans, aren't you? I am I right. Two daughters. I feel like I have Ah, Bluey, get a bingo. It's sort of similar age, and they are mad for Bluey. So what's its impact man in your house, then Melissa? Well, it was immediate find this really fascinating. I'm sure that Um Millions of households have the same situation that suddenly your land room and every bedroom is turned into her hotel room. When we have to play hotels or neighbors, which is the game that you deconstructs the couch to play neighbors or we play Raiders, which is when you throw the ball down the hallway and may set of dive into the bedrooms to get out of it out of the way when we play lots of the different games, and I found that like as a journalist, just thinking about that really interesting, like I can not. Had not come across a show before that jumped out of the television and into your life like that. So you quite a child development expert on marked of Rosanna is saying that if he met a young couple who asked him for parenting advice, he would literally say to them will go on. Watch blew it. So what is it? That is right on target when it comes to Bluey role modeling really good parenting. Well, there's really two things. The first is the way that it approaches. Play on, of course, plays something that you know just happens. Naturally. Kids play as a matter of course, but there's different types of play and the play in that is depicted employees. It is sort of the world gold sort of play that kids, you know, Ultimately, you know that that you all sorts of play, but this sort of plays really in reaching for them. They're really engaged in it. They're totally bought into the fictional concept They're negotiating, so they're really kind of working out the rules on been this sort of On emotional intelligence, I think about Bluey, which is to do with the way I know that we're talking about cartoon dogs here, but it's to do with the way that bandit the father and chili, the mother. Approach their kid's emotions, and they basically model the way of parenting, which is that they hold this look it make space for the negative emotions and they sort of if you watch it carefully. You see, bandit and chilly. Do that all the time. And really, that's what the kind of told Parenti experts are telling us to do, too. Not kind of be dismissive of the emotion or shut it down or distract, you know to actually say, Gee, you know, that's really tough. What and then sort of to help your child problem solve out of that. So I was really fascinated by that. And I actually initially I wanted to do a profile of job from the creator, and he was not at all for that idea did not want to do that. And then I was rating is part of that profile. He's um he's he immersed himself in this thesis, child development literature around play and as blowing, got the green light in about 2000 and 17 he mind Not only his own family life because he has two daughters, but it also this literature that he was reading around play. He actually mind it for ideas for the script, and so It comes to us is this you know, kids just playing and mucking around with their dead, but the actual price the thought process behind it is a lot deeper than that..

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ABC Radio MELBOURNE

06:55 min | 1 year ago

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"To take them to see it. No, no, it's it's on. It's on that paper away. Oh, okay. Great. Crist. Oh, gosh, with someday weekdays from 5 30 on ABC Radio Melbourne On ABC, Radio Melvin and Victoria. This is the conversation our and this time 12 months ago, we're in the heart of lockdown, and we spoke about whether our people's poker machines addictions. Had been broken if that habit had been broken because venues weren't open now, 12 months on venues of re opened our people back using poker machines, or has that habit being broken for good? This text Michelle. All of those venues, including not club should shut at midnight. No exception, says Chris, who's in Western Victoria. And John says Good Irish. L have heard that secondhand information here. Local venue here and Bella Rat has doubled. Its pokey is takings per day since they've reopened after lockdown. They're only operating half the machines, so I'd suggest it's possible that the situation is even worse. Simon's in Roseville High, Simon, Look, I wanted to ring up with an actual solution to this problem. The observation is that Parker machines are a form of the thing all the Skinner box. That's what a rat in a box and what you essentially doing. It's called operating conditioning. Yeah, this is well, not while I've been waiting for 10 minutes. All Sam. Three very interesting articles on the way the bad offer and conditioning in poker machines. They're the solution is astonishingly simple. You simply reduce the reward Response ratios I West payouts less flashing whites, Les Belles. Reduce the size of the Pirates. People around the machines would know exactly what's going on because of course I go the other way. And, yeah, it's all about the bells and whistles, and it's that dopamine hit that people get. You know, there's lots of research Simon. It's been done into that when you almost win or when the free spins or the you know the free games, or the reward is close by that. You get that thing of arms so close. But it's a really good point. But but that's how they programmed a lot of money, and a lot of research goes into how they actually work and that's what makes them so addictive. In in Footscray, hey also rang us a year ago to the day and and right at the beginning of the program, we replayed a little bit of what you told us, And it was quite astonishing to think about. Is how much it affected your life. It was All encompassing, wasn't it? Hardly show Yes, it loss. Yeah, pretty much took out of my life for many, many years. What made you stop? What might be soap. Of the reality that Away fighting the reality that there was more to lost and been gambling and that what I'd lost apart from the money. Was much more important to me than the gambling than satisfying that That hunger and that urge to Tonto in the venues. And what was it? What was it that you felt like that you'd lost beyond the money which, if people will miss the beginning of the show was spent over a million dollars and you had something like $100,000 in credit card debt. No, That's right. But I mean, That is the lowest thing. On the probably least the highest things are You're only about you lately, and I just sell from your family and friends. Um because of the shame and embarrassment of what you're doing, Um You. You know your performance. It's work drops your attendance at work drops, so there's more people affected there. Um you know, your kids and your partner, um, suffered through the process, and you know what a stupid situations you actually lose your partner and access to your kids. Um, and your sanity. I mean, Oh, yeah. Once you've lost so much money, your sanity starts to give way as well. And your mental health deteriorates to the point that Um, you know, August question losing my lock on three occasions, so I mean, you can't lose more than that. This time last year when we spoke about people not being able to play the same, said play again. Use poker machines during lockdown. It's a really important life lesson for me this I have to say I'm going to remember this for my entire life. Many people broke that habit. What are you here Because you're in the area where some research has just been done, where it shows that usage has gone up and gone up significantly. Almost pray co vered levels in the area of Wyndham and around that area. What are you hearing? Now that you're working in Peter Peer support? Would you agree with that? Um all look, um it's absolutely correct that The problem has gotten worse after lockdown, and there's a few reasons for that. One was people's curiosity as to how the banks would be able to open venues without you know, with the restrictions that were in place. And that curiosity, then lead to Hearing the bells and whistles and thing, the flashing lights and I'm hearing the music. Then the back was someone that one Um, you know when the los disguises a wind On DATs sort of drew some back. The other factor was that while the venues will lock down, people accumulated large amounts of money because Apart from the famous brain closed, and a lot of other businesses go what closed down as well, so double accumulating money, either through government incentives or through still being able to work. Um, And unfortunately, a lot of people didn't put measures in place to sort of look that money a wife so once covered or the lockdown was lifted. Um, die had an abundance of money, which I've never had before, And I know some people who you know, the 12 month accumulation of funds sort of disappeared within two days. Um The other sector.

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ABC Radio MELBOURNE

03:40 min | 1 year ago

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"ABC, Radio Melbourne and Victoria This'll time last year, many people who gambled on the Porky's stopped the lockdown made that happen. And most didn't simply just start gambling online throughout that time, because we also discovered that for those that use poker machines, they're very different gamblers to others, and they generally only bit on poker machines. A year ago throughout Co Vered. Some people told us that for the very first time they had money. Money to buy presents for themselves or for loved ones to buy groceries. What is simply just have some money in the bank. I'm hearing stories of people who, for the first time in many years of finding that that got money in the bank that they can pay their bills on time. And for some who are in good support situations that they don't want to go back When they open up. They don't want to go back. That's Anna Bardsley. She's a former poky attic. She's also now an advocate for the Australian gambling reform help line and she'll be joining us later today. But on that program a year ago almost to the day gamblers and advocates they will also calling for changes during that time during lockdown. They were asking for things like venue is not to be allowed to just simply reopen an operation the same way that they were that maybe it was time to look at things like just how long those opening hours are and the amount of venues in one area and sometimes in concentrated small areas. It was also a time and a chance to reflect on the serious damage that they can cause almost ever meeting those over 24 years. On the po Keys. I had two marriage break up, break down because I've come to take my life on three occasions because of it. My mental health suffered dramatically. Eyes at that time I accumulated $100,000 worth critical bit. I lived on the street for Over two years, so cause me quite a quite some dramatic harm. That's a and who rang is this time last year, he too, will be joining us again. Today he now works in peer to peer support. So what happened when the venue's re opened? People stopped gambling again this issue. Did you break that habit, Or did you venture back into one of those venues? Are you using poker machines again? Now I say the word using and I have to really catch myself every time to say using because I was corrected and rightly so by Anna who you'll meet in just a moment. Because one of the changes she wants to say it's something as simple as the terminology. He wants it changed from playing the poker machines. Using poker machines, because when you say the word playing It is Cindy whites that it's a game on. For many people, it's far from again. 1 300 Triple 2774 is the number to call you can text as well 0437774774. On ABC radio. Nobody and Victoria, This is the conversation our A year ago to the day we looked at habits that were broken when.

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ABC Radio MELBOURNE

05:20 min | 1 year ago

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"In Saint spiders folding down on you? I'm sorry You weren't dreaming. It wasn't a nightmare. It's actually happening in Western Australia. Let's just all keep calm. Okay? Western Victoria, not western Australia, if only maybe the window, picked him up and carry them away. Clean Jasper. It's on ABC Rural reporter who's here to help us get around this nightmarish situation. Good morning, Clint. Morning, Clammy. Where do we find you this morning? I'm on a farm between coloration and harrow, and we're just about to start. Preg testing some youth say all part of the glorious farming cycle here this morning held before you get to the old practicing off the use. Can you take us through What's happening? I'm told that Spider's a raining down in the sky. Yesterday after yesterday's morning shoot. I met one of my friends for lunch in Bella Raton. She has just had a baby and mentioned on the way there. She was, like so many spiderwebs on the crab like, Yeah, not on the tram. And then as I started driving to the next destination, basically from Cholera at the next stop, was in like a bull at literal spiderweb. Just raining from the sky away through the power lines, senses hanging from trees just but trump big enough that you could see them doing that and on the road. Was doing a 3 60 of the car right now. Yeah, that body has attached to it. But this this is this freakish one off event or is this is part of the seasonal cycle of I'm not sure greeting and migration. Told My personal panic is a moment panic because the locals are very used to it and what I've witnessed is apparently quite a mild case was looking at some photos last night when I was trying to work out what was going on and in other years where it's gone quite cold quite quickly. Um, entire landscapes have bean richly blanketed in Spider webs. It looks like yes, the whole landscape is defending wrapped in one big Spider Web site. Thankfully, I'm not in that situation at the moment, but the locals are all totally chilled. Absolutely. This was saying, Wait till I get scolded. You see, even more of them, But I'll be back in moving by then. So hopefully I went about this sort of public service announcement that city slickers need to be aware if they were to encounter these everything is cool. Yes, I the spot is apparently cruel Tol the highest place they can win. It starts to get cold and stick their abdomens in the air and shoot out the silt So That put sends it flying across the landscape. Someone's take to decide. Same thing happened in your belly yesterday. Spider webs everywhere. Someone else's I'm in Western Victoria and currently freaking out. Glad I'm not the only one. But yes, I'm a farmer in Southwest Vick tweeted me when I asked if this was all normal on whether I should be turning around on d. Yeah, he assured me that it could potentially even this year. Get, um Don't wanna say worse, but a lot more abundant this bit more. We'll be okay. Well, thank you for the update, and to helping us perhaps calm down a little bit. Klinger, no way She's contest for their ABC rural Lexington, Waverly. Good morning, Jack. Good morning, Sammy Going What would you like to claim for your 10? What I'd like to climb kept food because I believe my two cats really helped during the meetings and negotiations, and in what way? Well, I think most people's animals joined in, and there's a room meetings and that top of thing during lockdown, and I think they really hope you're straining economy. Morale wa So do you think, actually adding to captivity negotiation? You know what? That night? How can you not negotiate when you're seeing a cat's face or Or all the dog jumping up on the on the bench or something like that. I think that that kept their economy going and Joe and their companies Look, Jack. I'm gonna get out on a limb off the back of my chat with Tim Low assistant commissioner and say he's probably gonna go for this. Well, I think that's extremely disappointing. Actually, you know, I think that's really disappointing for all of us. Pit on is and adopt aged during lockdown. Not to mention the cats. Little listening. Hey, what do your cat's name is, Joe? Well, I actually have Nelson on Di had circle, but Fogel actually passed away at the end of lockdown on now we have just adopted Barry from Ballarat. Brilliant. Well, look to them. That will to you. That will always be. It seems more than texted actions because that's not gonna be possible. But given the pet from us, Thank you. Bye. Jeez, jacking Glenn Wavell, its 25 past seven. I feel the need to sing you a song. This is one that Well, Every musical comedian has to at some point down the Peter Allen pets and Well, that moment came for me last night, so I believe Frost have another sound wizard and he's a wizard. Don't you worry. He's sweating from the temple. He is sweating bullets, but we're ready to go. Let's do this. Dean to city but always locked down from Paris. Auckland on old London town..

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ABC Radio MELBOURNE

01:44 min | 1 year ago

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"Being cleared up on the monitors freeway inbound through Berry. Canary warrant. Not too far away is a breakdown. The Clyde Road so tough conditions through this stay on the princes highway if you can back onto the winner's freeway, save our Bill Great Pelham Road or the South Gippsland Freeway at a clear round towards the main tunnel from there. Also two separate collisions on the immunity ring road, both greens pra bounds. One just needs sunshine. Evidence, the other the other just need to call the freeway emergency services telling to both of these the right lane blocked needs Sunshine Avenue. So look after their car with a put up as you make your way past. No problem. Sheltered abound out of the whisk. Oh, freeway! And after an overnight collusion in South bank stickup crews repairing a traffic light pole on city roads. Just did you make a way onto power straight? We just had two outs and the lift lanes closed. Just watch his faith and tried with caution past the crews that are on site. No problems for public transport. At this stage. Some works continued for the murder. Lionel our travel time there. Check the PTV. Apple website. That's the latest traffic. Another update Just after 7 30, Sammy Jay on ABC Radio Milburn Ext. Adoptions Yet we're going. We're going for the runners tracking back and the gym membership running, right? Yep. Jaws possibly look and look who didn't put on a few cages. I spent myself my year wearing tracksuit pants is something I'd like to put them Who's the West uniform? Yeah. Tight 11 minutes past seven. Happy Friday, everybody. It is, of course, text time coming up soon. I'm sorry to say so shortly. I'll be chatting to the 80 years. Assistant Commissioner about what you can deduct up the year. We've.

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ABC Radio MELBOURNE

08:34 min | 1 year ago

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"This documentary based on her book, I see what you made me do. That's tonight. Got some extraordinary news for you up next to that, Stuart MacGill. You're listening to Virginia Tree Ali on ABC Radio Melvin. This involves the alleged kidnapping off the former Australian test cricketer Stuart MacGill. Tim Swanston is our ABC reporter in Sydney. Hide him. Morning, Virginia. What's been going on this morning? Yeah. Look pretty dramatic developments this morning. So as you said it, will. I feel it kidnapping off the former test cricket out, So we understand that it actually took place on April 14 years when it's alleged toe occurred, but the Complaints wasn't nice place till April 20th. So what's alleged to have occurred on the 14th of April. On that evening, Miguel was confronted by a man in cities lower North shore when two other men then allegedly approached McGill and he was It's like forced into a vehicle and then driven to a property out in Sydney's west and the lead. This ordeal has lasted about some a Knauer, also where he was allegedly assaulted and threatened with a firearm about an hour later, although also his alleged or bane, then taken and Actually relate to asking the bellboy areas in the Southwest signal. So that report then come to the police on the 20th of April, which has led to these arrests this morning. So for what men have been arrested 27 29 42 46. They're currently Being interviewed with by, police said at at local police stations across Sydney. Wow. Amazing it. Do we know if these people were known to Stuart MacGill? Yeah. Look, Unfortunately, we're really at a loss for information at this point in time, you know, belief on in quickly of, you know, known about this for some weeks and in vain investigating and they'll be giving an upside to the media at about one o'clock this afternoon, and there are other things going on. Well, today, you know, there's a number of search warrants being executed by police. Across various properties that Sydney But as for an alleged motive, or any kind of length between McGillin and these men, are we doin dollars this stage and it's Stuart MacGill, okay? Well, look, You know what? Currently making that inquiry that at the moment, but even that, you know, he was sort of released from the from the alleged attack. You know, some some middle of last month probably stands to reason that you know next serious physical harm, at least at this stage. But of course, we're making those enquiries of the stage to say. I think the controlling stake and of course what? What's stated in but you know, of course, that really dramatic, you know, development this morning. Absolutely incredible Miss raids taking place this morning by the police to tourist in Those four men. Let's see what the charges are. If there are any later on this morning, great to talk to you, Tim. Thank you. Tim spots in the ABC reporter in Sydney. Let's take your calls on the open line. 1 300 triple 2774 Lauren has texted in. I just read this one. Engineer. I just wanted to note. I think it's a step in the right direction to discuss the issues of rape on the radio. However, as someone who's 21 I said experiences of a similar nature. I think the way the discussion is being opened up is not very productive for victims. You understand that the police don't really care about historic allegations is not encouraging. We should be focusing on how this happens every day and on how we're going to go about this in the future and how we're going to shift the focus for cases such as Yasmin's, they're extremely common and extremely confronting issues that many women have to face. Mentioning that people should contact Lifeline doesn't really cut it when you're opening the conversation and not offering the echo adequate support in that conversation to says Lauren, which is a really good observation, and, of course, I'm always wondering if it's being done well or properly from doing it right. What I'm trying to do now, much more Lauren that I never did before, is a journalist was, you know to ask those questions that I might ask before I speak to the person which is? Can I ask you about that? Are you comfortable speaking about that? Um, do you want to stop the conversation? I prefer to do that life to hear now so that you can hear and know how the agreement is being made. How the conversation is being head and you can hear the response of the person who's agreed to speak so that you can hear in real time whether they're cross at me, whether they're pushing back at me whether they're irritated or hurt or upset by the questions. I think it's very important that we be transparent about how we do our job. And I'm sure we're not doing it as well as we possibly can. Right now. We can always do better. Johnny Maids thing. Good morning. Hardworking yet just listening to your talk with Jess. And I'm not gonna percent Sure with my history for Alberto, Watch her program. Just a hunk a disgrace to that. Four years ago, I had a long conversation with your predigested John Payne about my experiences of Coming to the brink of that fury. Which sort of just about push me to be violent towards my partner on bond. I guess I'm not About the blind anyone or have things got in my relationship. It was kind of like a bit of a perfect storm in losing my job. And having Being in a position where I was being emotionally and financially abused on our partner on a daily basis. And I kind of got to the point. I told the story to join. I kind of got to the point where I felt Like I was Just about T belong towards my partner. I wanted to do Watching myself out of the half on Dad of the state be on him. Because I kind of felt that I knew that that wasn't the person who I was. And with it, whether we're with this surfaces around them to support you in what you were feeling and going through, John I didn't know. I really did not know. Um and you know, because it was such a slow burn, I guess to Virginia. I didn't really feel like always sort of Like a granted the corners so that it was just that one moment where I felt That's what all that I felt so emasculated itself yours. That's what that's what I wanted to do this 11 what my body felt like it wanted to John. I think it's so interesting that you used the term emasculated there that gets to the point that just Hill was speaking about before about how and individual can can feel when they feel hurt or threatened, and when they can start to see it as a threat to their very Sense of self. John. Thank you for ringing in today and for sharing that story again. Gary's called in from Port Arlington on a different subject. Hi Gary Hart, Virginia and personal Just the same great program today. Thank you. You look three years ago will likely left in a position to build a nice new home and we built it. Deficiencies in mind with hot water insulation, the way the house of sight of them. We also Sean and the puts all the panels on the house. Couple over his contributed some renewable energy back into the system, and also that Help with health energy costume and turning his mind's a difference to any deka. I'm just thinking that if I do go ahead with this playing and a lot of people if they're in a position to do so will simply With a battery system allows stopped exporting pair And, uh, so that claims to be negative chemistry, not in Children. Mm hmm. Wanting to put systems on their houses, I think that will probably just stop the stop people doing that all together. Yeah. Which would be a shame, although I don't know. Maybe they've been banking on the fact that there will be so much renewable energy generated by wind and solar farms. And such successful battery storage that you might not need that domestic trade. I guess so. I think that would be an interesting discussion to have. And as I mentioned before, there are some really interesting market analysts that track this And that using all the daughter that's available right now have quite convincing forecasts about where the energy market is going on. I'd love to see that that maybe this'll fears being struck off the back of predictions that the change the interchange between households all the selling back into the grid from the household is perhaps not going to be needed into the future. Rosalie in that genetic good morning to you. What do you make of the proposal to charge those poems with solar panels? Oh, yes, well Is not.

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"The existing national droughts, Flood and Bush fire agencies will fall under the new body. Victoria Police is confirmed it will relaunch its police in schools program with an announcement, including details of the program expected later this year, Rachel Clayton reports In the 19 eighties and nineties, police officers routinely visited Victorian schools taking part in various programs exporting activities in a bid to build stronger community relationships. The strategy was scrapped in 2000 and five but it's set to make a comeback later this year, and reaction is divided his lawyer and the scripture autonomous decisions boring the program will target schools with students Hello board is troubled and at risk spending of funding would be on support for young people's mental health. But some criminologists say the idea may help the force move away from its military image with younger Victorians. And police are asking for information from any witnesses to the assault of a teenage footballer. During a game in Melbourne's north of the weekend. Police and paramedics were called to John Pascoe Faulkner reserving O park about two o'clock on Saturday afternoon. After the 16 year old boy was allegedly punched in the face. 33 year old man from Campbell Field, was arrested and released without charge. Taking Victoria's with the details now and Ryan over a skips land today with possible heavy falls about the far raced scattered showers about the remaining eastern Rangers. Patchy morning frost and fog in the West. Call to mild and mostly cloudy day with moderate to locally.

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Amsterdam Bans Metro Station Ads Promoting Cheap Flights

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Amsterdam Bans Metro Station Ads Promoting Cheap Flights

"Not you. Authorities and Amsterdam have introduced a ban on advertisements at subway stations that promote fossil fuels or industries and products linked to them from Monday, publicity's for so called high carbon lifestyles, such as tickets for cheap holiday flights or cars using petrol will be

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ABC Radio MELBOURNE

06:15 min | 1 year ago

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"Past six is that that kind of adjustment made Well, no, no, not at all. They don't have any adjustments for four weather conditions, although they will When you do the PDJ report of its tournament that those conditions are Taking into consideration for your round parading. Everyone When you play in the tournament, you get around writing so ah, 1000 is very good. The pros would get 1000. I've got about a 50. And so if it's hard conditions that sort of shows up across the board to a cross talk conditions, so that you around rating is affected by that, but your power wouldn't change it all. What you would do in case of a very hard hard Have you, Uh, headwind is just growing different disk. The process certain this that'll fight that headwind, and sometimes you can even use it to your advantage or put in the car. Just drive it down the fairway for better animators and then start from there. In fact, there's a thing in philosophy called Nominative determinism. That is where your name actually determines your profession. I think we have a prime example in this shape. Of guile who's in Western port by Who is I understand the Frisbee flinging off the finest order. Could I go? Yes. Hi. Hi. There. You would have heard that 1000 times. But how long have you been a Frisbee throw up. Uh, Not in 76 League I That was a good all dies. I think that's when I was throwing the party throwing it back into now. You've really taken this on your at at a fairly elite level. Years are still got to America three times as part of your training. Game and really enjoyed that. Thank you. I got to play with John Clark. We were probably flying at the same time down in the royal part. Not there. John Clark. The John clock. It was a Frisbee flinging. He was a great priest, Sinclair, and he just adored it. Yeah. Look, I have to sit down there because I know Brian and curvaceous. That is an extraordinary Frisbee throwing now John Clark. How many more of these ABC granddaddy's as Frisbee friends? That's incredible. I think what we should do is get the ABC Basically this throws out to have a gang with us, but you know what? I got a little bit of pedigree. I think we'll have to have that girl so event coming up shortly. Yeah. Look, we've thought this weekend on Saturday and Sunday see global women's events, the women's global event, so it's so bright it every couple of years to celebrate. Well, I'm flying in disc sports respect to a game. It was The camp of last year because of the dreaded cozy What a special guy and here and destroy the wait. Folks. 81 women competing in Think Carver six events. Um, that's not the same named a fly but certainly focuses on women. And the women flyers. People encourage long to come along and be part of the spectator gallery. Had absolutely yet checking out the sights with stage No one discovers Facebook pages Little the day cells on it. If they don't they soon will have one. Just get time hearing that just Yeah, note to self so that you got that's happening this weekend and see girl as well a storm and hurricane in fierce competition. It's it's great girl. And what's your? We just heard about gifts Pro writing. What's your pro? Writing? In terms of the handicap system? I mean, flying my parading. Really live. I'm out there for the fun of it now day that's a pretty good thing to be. Oh, Go, will throw will and allow the best for the tournament this weekend. L I'm going to South Australia with Emma. So I waited. I was right song. Have a good old fling. Fantastic. Thanks for looking Look forward to seeing you on the court, you know, became ill became ill get Brian. Thus, I think Brian and I should be appear. Way are great Frisbee throwers here in the office, but good to hear from you. Okay, thank you. So they got Jeff, which certainly stood up a bit of interest. There's been a lot of people wanting to know a lot more. What? Where did they go if they want to know more about discovered and in places to play Yeah, we'll start with Melbourne disk off. If the local check out, Melvin discovered We've got all the local courses on there, and heaps of information and videos and such as well, toe get you started on a journey. There's also cited the Australian discussed have a site and globally there's the P d d p d g, A, which dance Fel pro disk off. Association, So they're the governing body of Disco because it's a professional sport in America that can can I earn a living at it and also to we got plenty of listeners across Victoria. Are there other disk Ulf associations or discover courses around the state? All their tapes. So if you check out you disk thing called you dish, you'll find them or or better yet fly spot. That's something that's been put out by the Jew Long Boys. And it's a called the fly spot O F L Y spot, and it lists all the different courses and has ratings and reviews and such for him, So check out fly spot. That's a brilliant tip. Thanks so much for bringing the sport to our attention, Jeff and Congratulations on your pioneering if it's it sounds like from little things very big things spin out from it. It sounds great, and I look forward to seeing you on the course. One day. No, I said just one other thing. They also have kings to the city of King should have done a great job of promoting the course in Clarendon to and you could also get disc set that could endure a library that Hiram out there as well as in many, him. Well, maybe that Z on top of the mending him. Well, maybe that's the two of them, do it. Well, maybe Yeah, they both do it, and that's again listed on our website. So if you look on our website And of course, you know, tell you where you can hire the disks bringing stuff. Jeff Brown stick. Thank you so much for joining me tonight. No worries. Thank you was very cool. If you'd like to know more look for fly spot or with we've been talking about Melvin disk off if you are in moment, but I really if you want.

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05:52 min | 1 year ago

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"Heads on red to know it. All right to our issue off the day interested in your views. 1 308 100 triple to issue of the day. Well, two issues for you to consider tonight I wonder whether you agree with the federal government's decision to introduce penalties off finds and child time for anyone who breaches its new India travel ban. And do you think Australia should force the Chinese company to give up to 99 year lease on the port of down? On national security grounds. Look. Justin background, first of the New India travel ban. Penalties come into force on Monday. We'll debate certainly been raging over the $66,000 fine and five year jail terms that could be handed after anyone. Court preaching Australia's ban on papal traveling here from India. We covered 19 cases are skyrocketing. The penalties have come into play on the changes to the Bio Security Act approved by the Health Minister Greg Hunt late last Friday. Don't know what you think about these funds and dialed terms. You think they're fair? Given the surgeon covered 19 cases in India. What you think of straight it should be trying to help as many Australians. Returned from India as soon as possible. See the argument goes that all Well, you sure I can't have a travel ban on India, but surely Australians should be allowed to come back home if they're there. Over the weekend, India recorded its harvest a tightest daily death toll. Since the start of the pandemic, nearly 3 3700 people died. From covered 19 in just 24 hours. They're also just under 400,000. New daily cases reported that takes the total number of Cavite cases in India to nearly 20 million. They're obviously there's a lot of people in here. I realize that, but a stranger's had pretty look. It's not the first time there's been a travel ban. Australia has previously had travel bans relating to China at the start of the pandemic. It also Papua New Guinea more recently. This is the first time that fines and jail terms have been implied. The federal government city will review the travel ban on May the 15th. But critics awarded the fines and jail terms of discriminatory and could be subject to legal challenges. The Prime minister, Mr Scott Bursts defended the need for the strict new rules, saying Australia needs to pause arrivals from India. So our quarantine facilities don't become overwhelmed. He's also denied accusations of racism. Here he is talking on commercial radio about the travel ban. This is about health and then the same accusations we might against the government over a year ago when we close the borders to mainland China, and that was one of the most important decisions we might of the government. And there was a riding plantation and we need to just continue to type decisions that are in the best health interests of Australia. What we've seen in recent weeks is that percentage of off cases that are appearing in our quarantine from people have arrived back. Having been in India go from 10% to 50%. We've seen the seven fold increase in the right of infection off those, you know how it springs facility coming back from India. And so it's important that we ensure that we have AH Kemp, reports here to strengthen those arrangements in those quarantine facilities get stronger testing arrangements. Bus when from leaving India but also on people coming from third countries. And that's why we have had to put these arrangements implies people. For example, coming back through third countries, it could be at a dial high are on board to buy or other places like these. It's out there for 14 days, they can return home to Australia. But if that happens then they have to wait Those 14 days. Yes, I understand the measures have strong sanctions with them, but We've had the Bar Security act in place now for every year and no one's going to child. There hasn't been any irresponsible use of those powers that they use very, very carefully, and I can assure people that they will be used appropriately and responsibly. In the circumstances. That's the prime minister, Mr Morrison, speaking on commercial ready, but many members of a strategy Indian community of question the need for such strict penalties and want the government to do more to upgrade quarantine facilities here, so Maura. Australian citizens can be brought home and I think there's an argument now. One thing anyone's arguing that it should be happen slither on people coming from India generally. The arguments about Australian citizens. This is my comm eyes, a spokesman For the Council of Indian Australians, speaking on the NBC radio, It's unprecedented. It's un Australian. It was. It's really unjust and to kick in the guts of the people. You know Australians, let's step back in India who've been waiting patiently in queue. They turned to come to flood, But for real not advocating that, you know, we should bring all these back from India, especially, you know, the disease being granted there and sprinted spread it. In Australia. Not at all. That would be irresponsible. However, the question to the government is why did they not prepare for this situation? The health advice is saying to them Which he failed to mention is that we cannot cater for people coming from covert rap in countries such as India be had over 12 months to work this out with the disease getting mutant and more viral and U. K U S South Africa in the past, why didn't not plan Build. Um, purpose builds facilities fit for purpose Roberts quarantine facilities so that if this would happen anywhere in the world, not just in India that we would not stop all these coming back home. Yes, that's my had come up from the council of Indian Australians..

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Boris Johnson Voices Optimism Over Easing Lockdown in England

Nightlife

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Boris Johnson Voices Optimism Over Easing Lockdown in England

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ABC Radio MELBOURNE

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"abc radio melbourne" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Of bathing in hot springs stretches back thousands of years. Indigenous Australians love to make good use of these relaxing bars. Every thermal pool is different, of course, not only in temperature but also in their mineral composition, living two different effects on the body. We might really associate thermal pools. Hot springs, Maura, with countries like Japan or New Zealand, where, Of course, they're very famous. But Australia has hot springs in every single one of its states. Somebody that is all about them is my next guest Steve Lambert. He's identified over 60 in his latest book, Australia's Great Thermal Way. The fifth edition. No one knows more about a hot spring, then Steve Lambert, Steve Good evening and welcome to night life. Good evening. Thanks very much for being on the show. Great to have you with us to how I don't think of a stranger's having extensive network of hot springs. As you say, you think of New Zealand. You think of Japan. How extensive is Australia system of Port As a unique system because the East Coast is money from the Great Artesian Basin. That runs Queens. The New South Wall's damp Today l have seen sad Australia. But every other state they have their own thermal pools. Northern territory comes across Guam happen. You getting run? Big toys maybe come from the New Zealand area. And doubly wise by Lee got their own independent aquifers. What about Chelsea, the hot springs in Tasmania? You, too, and crazy. One day that I stinks caves, but that's a cool one. About 28 degrees. Andre. But on the call with this guy, be quite pleasant or believe imagined, And then there's another one day, which is just a small Um, open. Well, I create that runs through with the damn honor That's called Kimberly. And they get that's another cooling about 28 degrees 25 to 28. Okay, Well, what is the definition of Ah, Thermal. Paul? Steve. What? What? What is that hat and why are they warm in the first place? Um, definition of geothermal pools. It's gotta be a natural flow of water. There's hated from the Earth's mental run. Siren example would be the great Artesian Basin. Um, as you know, the Washington land see millions of years ago up in the equation, except to then what happened was the great dividing range was formed when the tectonic plates were pushed up. And what that did is pushed the toys off the old Asian seabed. In a vertical position. And it's porous Nonprofits rock, which was the old stay bid. So really rhyme onto the great dividing rains soaks in to those course not porous rocks. So as he goes into the basin because there's a low point The high point on the dividing range. The water gets close to the Earth's mantle doing is heated up. And when they drill down in the early days Does. He was alone within the great dividing ride. You come out Bad. 62 Pierce soy run with attempt to rant about 70 or degrees So it depends. Terrify you drill down to what temple still have hunted extract. Yeah. What about what sort of is what's the biggest party in the structure of the most extensive set of pools? Well, the most extensive is the great Artesian Basin. But that's a that's a huge area. But yeah, but it in terms of places to go to what would be the biggest one of the busiest place with the majority of port is Maury in New South Wales, right, Okay. I have five different facilities. One of them has five pulls at different temperatures. On and then the public pool that was shut up in light 1900 ship. There was one of the first boards put down for experimental farming. And when I got the hot water up the realized they use it for baby. Yes, exactly. But they have a day spa They have to thermal pools, 34 to 37. Have a cool the pool and Olympic swimming pool. They spend a lot of money here that area in the last few years for the uprising. They did. There's also Two other project facilities attached the motels run in Maurice. He can have a motel and everything with Paula's well now, I suppose there's a distinction is it between those pools that are created by Drilling a boar as it were, and those which occur naturally. Are there are there are many of strangers pulls their naturally occurring. There are a few that unnatural organism nor Northern territory. They're all Better. Branca. Better rain could be the springs that all runs off the road River. That is a thermal river that runs and you can just go there and jump into the river with a noodle and just float down and watch the turtles. And then his palms in the braise the fish and just cruise down the river up out and come back up again. So the soul the Meadowbank, a homestead that is the same there was put together in World War two. For hours after the soldiers And all the other ones in northern territory, buying the free flowing springs as we call them. And then as you go further down south through Queensland, most those Driven by bored being driven by boars. That's right on the wall has come to the surface. Yeah, I mean, Presumably original people knew about. Well, of course they would have known about them on do use thumb as well. There were. I mean, they've been popular with Europeans at the hot springs because many people believe it. You know they have a beneficial effect. On you. Presumably Aboriginal Australians also Enjoyed them, do they? I did? Yes. So I didn't be such damn near Toowoomba. There's one down that neck of the woods and yeah, there's his.

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ABC Radio MELBOURNE

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"abc radio melbourne" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Walked outside when the storm's passed to find trees down in his family's front yard. Mama said it was in tonight to get ready. Come throughout day They all I heard was with tornado siren going off and then not dad. Her who then I doubt her pump pump pump pump. I don't know what was going on. I walked outside. I see tree down and it all right? Federal environment Minister Susan Leaves stepped in to prevent a go cart track being built on the site in new the New South Wales Central west that some aboriginal people believe is sacred. Molly Gorman reports. The Baptist Regional Council wanted to build the go kart track it Matt Panorama, while Luke, but it was opposed by some local traditional owners, who say the proposed location in a park at the summit is sacred. In March. Minister Susan Lee granted temporary protection under Aboriginal cultural heritage legislation. Today she's announced a 10 year protection order will be approved. He's prevents Earth works, including the construction of a track but does not interfere with existing motor racing, sporting or recreational activities. A teenage boy has died in a motor cross accident had Banya one Brisbane's north side. The 16 year old was taking part in the Queensland joke Bike championships when he ran into a fence just before two o'clock this afternoon. Inspector Laurie Shelving says it's tragic. One of the riders has an excellent during that rice and he's come often, unfortunately died at the scene, so very tragic incident and something that nobody would have foreseen. On this one family. He.

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ABC Radio MELBOURNE

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"abc radio melbourne" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Station and go to sleep in Houston, and so we've been talking about that in the control center. You know the orbital mechanics and the weather don't always work out. But today they did, and so, so that's pretty remarkable. I would support his jack snipe in the A F L West Coast of bait in Fremantle, 2012 132 to 11 7 73 to win their 11th successive match against their rivals. Victory lifts the Eagles above the doctors and into the top eight earlier, Carlton Bait Essendon and Melbourne maintained their unbeaten start overcoming the Kangaroos 16 7 103 to 11 7 73. In motor sport. Australian writer Jack Miller has recorded his first win since 2016 at the Spanish Moto GP. The 26 year old says it was an emotional victory is just on undescribable what I'm feeling right now. I mean, it's just Flood of emotions happy in either side. Everything in basketball. Melvin United has won its 11th successive NBL match baiting the city Kings, 103 to 78 in soccer Melbourne Victory has come back to draw with central Coast 11 in the a league and in Europe. Sam Kerr was instrumental as Chelsea beat Bayern Munich, 41 and 53 on aggregate to book a place in the Champions League final. To the weather. Now there's a strong wind warning for the western central coasts for the state morning fog across the West. Scattered showers about southern and mountain areas isolated elsewhere and dry over the northwest. Isolated thunderstorms across central and eastern parts contracting AIDS during the day. Shall is increasing in the southwest during the evening with possible storms and small Heil about the caused mild with moderate northerly winds tending cooler south southwesterly from the waist during the day, becoming fresh and gusty about the coast in the evening. Melvin. Partly cloudy, the very hot shots of showers most likely this evening. The chance of a thunderstorm this morning mainly about the Northeast suburbs with the top Today of 19 degrees tomorrow showers 14 Wednesday partly cloudy 17 Thursday partly cloudy and the top of 19 degrees then right now in Melbourne, it's 13 degrees. They say news. ABC radio traffic. Good morning. It's brought here from the Department of Transport. Some minor delays for inbound traffic on the modest freeway, heading through American Mary Warren with the collision writing of the Princes highway. Some.

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SpaceX Crew-1 Mission Splashes Down With Four Astronauts

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00:44 sec | 1 year ago

SpaceX Crew-1 Mission Splashes Down With Four Astronauts

"Astronauts have returned safely to Earth from the international space Station after almost six months on the orbiting outpost, the space X crew Dragon spacecraft named resilience And it just before three A.m. local time off the coast of Panama City in the U. S State of Florida. The last NASA crew to land back on Earth at night time was Apollo eight, the first manned mission to the moon, which returned in December of 1968. Commander Mike Hopkins says it's an incredible achievement. We said it before the commission and I'm gonna say it again here afterwards. It's amazing what can be accomplished when when people come together. Finally, I'd just like to say quite frankly, you all a change in the world. Congratulations. It's great to be back.

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Perth Avoids Lockdown Again as No New COVID-19 Cases Recorded

It's Just Not Cricket

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Perth Avoids Lockdown Again as No New COVID-19 Cases Recorded

"Australia's premier Mark McCallen has announced birth will not re enter lockdown after according no new community cases of covert 19 since yesterday. Bayrak Alger Rude reports. Three cases were reported yesterday after a hotel security guard tested positive. He passed the virus on to two of his housemates who are working as food delivery drivers. Contact tracing is underway.

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Australians Returning From India Could Face 5 Years in Jail

Afternoons with Jacinta Parsons

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Australians Returning From India Could Face 5 Years in Jail

"The federal opposition says the move to Ben Australians coming home from India is assigned. The government has failed to manage quarantine properly from Monday. Australian citizens who've been in India in the previous 14 days, will be prohibited from traveling home with the prospect of five years in jail or a $66,000 fine for those who don't comply. It comes amid the devastating type of 19 spike in India, with nearly 400,000 new cases reported yesterday. The government argues the movie is necessary, but Labor front bencher tenure clever six says the government has failed to get Australians home. The reason so many people are stuck in India today is because Scott Morrison has failed on our borders and quarantine. The same white that he has filed on the back. Same rollout. Meanwhile, India is beginning the third phase of its Corona virus vaccination program. With all adults now eligible to receive a jab. Several state governments, those say they won't be able to begin the new phase because they don't have enough doses. There are also fears large crowds of vaccination hubs could result in Mork Corona virus

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Biden Terminating Border Wall Construction Contracts

The Conversation Hour with Richelle Hunt

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Terminating Border Wall Construction Contracts

"U. S. President Joe Biden is canceling the construction of Donald Trump's wall along the border with Mexico. A Pentagon spokesman says the money will instead be spent on other construction projects by the U. S military, such as schools for the Children off

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"abc radio melbourne" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"abc radio melbourne" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

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"abc radio melbourne" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"abc radio melbourne" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

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"abc radio melbourne" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"abc radio melbourne" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Yeah, one corrode Castor's written in with a clarification, and I think this krone Castor, it makes a good point. Is that we were quite careful to say it. But perhaps what's worth saying again that this was a study of hospital patients? And so if you got into hospital with the B 117, you are no more likely to die than somebody who did not have the B 117 variants. So have the previous variance. It still looks like it's the case that you're more likely to end up in hospital to be 117. So it's violent enough to get you into hospital. But if you get began to hospital, you know more likely to die, However, by the very fact that more people would be 117 or entering hospital, you will get more deaths. As a result, so the fact that the B 117 is circulating more contagious, more people entering hospital. Even if we got the same risk of dying once they get into hospital, the fact that you've got more people hitting hospital, you will get more death. So if we gave the impression that it's benign, it's not right. It's still putting that message. Strain on those hospital systems. Yeah, and increasing the risk of death just by Dent of numbers. Exactly. And so it's just a question or two from the audience. And then that is asking if you're a blood donor, and you've been vaccinated against Harvard. Well, the antibodies you have developed help the recipient of a the U haul blood or any products of your blood would be nice. If it's true. They're not that concentrated in the blood. So when you give The antibody treatment for covered 19, which hasn't been shown to be terribly effective. It really is concentrated. So you spin it down these spend the blood, Diane. See you gave a concentrated form of it to inject back into people says to doll you really Maybe forms off transfusion that you can get, which would give you a concentrated doors of the antibodies, But really, you would not expect to help very much right? That's what you're talking about. When we say convalescent plasma therapy, that's right. And then a question from both narrative and Rachel. They're both people under 50. They've received their first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine, and they just wondering whether it's safe for them to Get the second dose or whether they should wait and swap over and get fired. If it becomes available to them. We don't know the answer to that question. Yet their studies going on in Britain, which we mentioned before, which are mixing the vaccines to see what effect it has in terms of safety and efficacy, and we're waiting on the results of that. So it's not known yet whether it's safe to mix the vaccines from the experience with previous vaccines that is safe and actually quite effective. Makes vaccines so they're expecting that will be okay. But we don't know that for sure. Yet. If you've had your first Astra vaccine without any negative side effects, does it you then safer to have the second does there have been one or two reports off people getting the clotting after the second does It doesn't seem to be as big a problem after the first does. One caveat there, which is that it's 12 weeks between the two Astra does is in the U. K, which is probably got the largest experience, so we get to see a lot of second doors is Come through in terms of the doctor, and if you go back to that study, we were speaking about the beginning off side effects. It was the first Astra vaccine that gave the most side effects in terms of systemic effects willing crap. Having a sore arm, and so on, then the 2nd 2nd doors, So on that basis, you would expect the second doors to be stimulating the immune system less and if you come to the clotting issue. You would expect it to be much, much lower. And you know we don't have proof of that yet, but it does seem to be the case. That is, of course, Doctor Norman Swan with taking Tyler and the co host of Corona cast. If you'd like to hear previous episodes or possibly that one, and it's, uh In its entirety. You can do that at the IBC website, ABC dot net dot au, and likewise, Theeighties. Listen up there in your room at the Pabst or.

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India's Crematoriums Overwhelmed by Record Number of Covid-19 Deaths

Afternoons with Jacinta Parsons

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

India's Crematoriums Overwhelmed by Record Number of Covid-19 Deaths

"Posting. Oxygen supplies remain critically low across India as the country reaches a devastating figure of 200,000 recorded deaths from covered 19. However, there are predictions the real number of fatalities is much greater, with many people dying at home. He already strained hospital system is under increasing pressure and crematoriums are operating nonstop with makeshift pyres being set up in car parks. Hashi Qatar, whose grandmother is gravely ill with the virus, is told reporters that she's had to resort to buying oxygen off the black market. How badly ill is she if you don't give us a seven day in hospital? Hospitals and oxygen. So you're taking this to

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Australian Man Who Filmed Dying Police Officers Gets Prison Sentence

Drive with Rafael Epstein

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Australian Man Who Filmed Dying Police Officers Gets Prison Sentence

"Of your response to that 10 month sentence. Richard Pusey, You will remember the speeding driver who was stopped by police. By the side of the road on the Eastern Freeway for about 45 minutes before Mahinda scene and his track slammed into the cars and the officers and killed those four officers. 10 months. Now the issue is Richard P. C. Didn't commit, had toe put his actions into Simple definition of a crime as it exists in our current law. That wasn't really good enough for the place. Association Secretary Wang get H in every one of us will fight, Sam. Or tell me one day when he's die comes, I hope Hey, devices, the site sign calmness. And assigned callousness with which he provided my members when 95 days.

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Can You Become 'Mentally Fit' in One Month?

Afternoons with Jacinta Parsons

01:14 min | 1 year ago

Can You Become 'Mentally Fit' in One Month?

Australia Bans Flights From India Stranding Thousands of Citizens

The World Today with Sally Sara

01:47 min | 1 year ago

Australia Bans Flights From India Stranding Thousands of Citizens

"Is rapidly shutting its doors as virus ravaged India pleads for mercy and help there's growing pressure on state and federal leaders to lift the ban on flights from India, with thousands of Australians trapped in the Corona virus stricken country. With hundreds of thousands of new covered cases in India daily on the country's health system crippled some Indian Australians are calling for special flights to bring their loved ones home, Stephanie Smale reports. Maybe such Deb's husband is in India caring for his elderly father. She says The situation is dire, with food shortages affecting many parts of the community. People are saying that you know you could have all the money in the world, but you may not be able to have a meal on your table. You know, $34 days down the track because there are no essential services open and there's only so much food that is stored at home. Maybe such, Dave says she and her husband have lived in Australia for more than 30 years and run a business in Melbourne. She's devastated that her husband can't get home. You cannot leave. Those people stuck without thinking off assisting them. So I think they should have special flights which go in and extradite the Australian people and bring them back and they should have their quarantine facilities up to scratch so that these people can come back to their families. Indian Australian lawyer Rita Mitra is more pragmatic about the decision to suspend flights from India today. The former school Adoration for the government here has to be how do we protect the quality of life and the people that are in the country? Especially now that you know most of our population is not vaccinated. Meet the balancing act. You can't have everyone coming back in order, but similarly, you can't block Italian citizens from coming back forever.

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Astronauts Aboard SpaceX Endeavour Dock at International Space Station

Nightlife

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Astronauts Aboard SpaceX Endeavour Dock at International Space Station

"The international space station's population has increased to a livin with the jubilant arrival of space six space Space X is third crew capsule in less than a year. The Dragon and Deva spacecraft carrying four astronauts arrived the spy station a day after launching from NASA's Kennedy Space Center, all of the astronauts representing the U. S. Russia, Japan and France. Managed to squeeze into camera view for a king glad congratulatory call from the leaders off their respective space agencies.

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