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Fresh "Melbourne" from Australia All Over with Ian McNamara

Australia All Over with Ian McNamara

00:40 min | 6 min ago

Fresh "Melbourne" from Australia All Over with Ian McNamara

"At the gala, where Brisbane beat Fremantle by four goals. The lines have now won four in a row and were untroubled in winning 14 11 95 to the doctors 10 11 71 to the weather. Now there's a gal warning for the West Coast and a strong wind morning support Philip on the central coast for the state showers extending from the West, widespread about southern and Eastern district's showers increasing in the southwest mid morning extending to central parts in the afternoon and evening. Isolated thunderstorms in the west in the life morning and early afternoon for Melbourne cloudy the medium chance of showers developing during the morning, increasing to a very high chance in the afternoon and evening for the top today, just 16 degrees tomorrow was shower or 2 15 Wednesday mostly sunny 18 a possible shower on Thursday. 19 Friday shower or two and 17 Right now in Melbourne. It's 15 degrees. They say news. ABC radio traffic. Good morning. It's Bradley from the Department of Transport Still lighter and quite a conditions with an idea for the industrial sector today so looking Okay this stage of the morning on.

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Chinese Rocket Debris Expected to Plunge Toward Earth

Nightlife

00:49 sec | 1 d ago

Chinese Rocket Debris Expected to Plunge Toward Earth

Fresh update on "melbourne" discussed on Australia All Over with Ian McNamara

Australia All Over with Ian McNamara

01:20 min | 14 min ago

Fresh update on "melbourne" discussed on Australia All Over with Ian McNamara

"A man who loves words and sentences, and it's been putting them in the right order for many years now his head writer on grew in and the weekly with Charlie Pickering, plus his own book to write and regular articles in the Guardian, Frankie and the big issue. Good morning and welcome to the Monday debate. James Colley. Thank you so much for having me, Sammy. I'm sitting here with little Coverdell named Brenda who I am instructing to never get ill after that last sentence. How much have you spent on the poodle? Vogtle roads So far, only luckily, you know, dog food in a few worming tablets, and I'm just hoping he keeps it this way. Or the very least gets a job and chips in a bit. Bye. That directive against a nice and sustainable now, James, before we get into the debate, I need to get a handle on your location where you've bean from and where you're going because that might influence her argument. Hmm. Well, I I was born in western Sydney and you know, my heart's always remained there, but I did have to move down. When we started on the weekly I had to move down here for work and kind of have to go back and forth between Sydney and Melbourne and awful lot. So I'm about to make the move back from Melbourne to Sidney one more time and possibly Possibly for the final time. Okay, so you're perfectly placed in to be put in the position of having to defend the Melbourne as I argued for the affirmative, that Sydney is better than Melvin. Should We do this, James? Let's go. Okay, I'll kick off as he affirmative. Obviously, Sidney is better than Melbourne because it's got so many beautiful harbors. I don't mean just like the main harbor. I mean, when you say you're at the harbor in Sydney, you have to specify which harbor you at. That's why that if you said, you're the hybrid Milburn, the question would not be which harbor you act. Like what? There is no Harbor City. It's just a buffet of Harvard's. It's embarrassing. And it's amazing. This is a typical Sydney attitude. If I might say yes, sure you're at the harbor. But what's inside you? You have to be beautiful on the inside. Not just on the outside, Sammy. We know your gorgeous on the outside. You are a Sydney of a man, But we need this internal culture, please. This is what Mel been obvious to you. Every lane way is a new path to God knows what but something James Cali. I'm sorry, but I have to say as a proud Sidney defender. Three words double decker trains. The future is here. The Jetsons called. They want their entire show back. Oh, my gosh, Riding a double decker train from bond. I too Glebe is my idea of heaven. Oh classic Sydney hustle and bustle lifestyle. Where is I want a luxurious trip down a trail. Take me 30 minutes to go down Swanson Street. Why not? I'll enjoy every minute of it. Exactly Hey, gonna second. I'd agree with you. It's takes too long to use the traveler. Wicked Millman. We can both agree on that. Thank you for helping me out. Now.

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Moulin Rouge! The Musical to Open in Melbourne

Evenings with David Astle

01:46 min | 1 d 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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Fresh update on "melbourne" discussed on Australia All Over with Ian McNamara

Australia All Over with Ian McNamara

01:31 min | 33 min ago

Fresh update on "melbourne" discussed on Australia All Over with Ian McNamara

"To count. Our mighty university economist Leonora Reese says the budget measures shouldn't aim to prop up consumption. It's going to be more than just Replacing household demand like supporting kitchen renovations. It's got to be something that is proving to deliver a long term payoff of the economy's productivity in the future, one of the ways the government aims to do that is through infrastructure spending. Dr Reese says the government should think expansively about the sort of spending that will grow the economy. It's the infrastructure that supports us to participate in the economy. Productively, which also includes Investing in health care, social housing, age care, disability care, education and training. Physical infrastructure will feature heavily in tomorrow's budget. There's more than $10 billion over the next 10 years for major projects, among them $2 billion for a new freight hub in Melbourne. And another two billion to upgrade the Great Western highway in the Blue Mountains in New South Wales. The government describes it as nation building and job creating, after all driving down unemployment is the key aim of this budget. The jobless right has already dropped to 5.6% Treasurer Josh Fried. Enberg wants to get it to 4.5 new daughter from the Australian National University shows the jobs market is proving to be surprisingly resilient, even with the end of the job keeper wage subsidy professor Matthew Gray at this stage in there between two and four weeks after the removal of Caper employment has remained stable and there hasn't been any drop that we've picked up yet. The longer toodle study tracking more than 3000 Australians shows not only has employment remained steady since the end of job keeper So, too, has the average hours worked each week. But it's not back to pre pandemic levels. Yet we do find that employment is still a bit lower than it was in February. 2026 9 Talia After this story with a focus on spending to create jobs. The coalition won't worry about the data crude for some years yet and that says economist Leonora Race is the approach the government should be taking. Economic management is not about how do you bring a budget into balance? That's more in accounting. She economic management is how do you make fullest and and greatest use off your economies capacity? Mighty University economist, Dr Leonora Wrists, ending that report by Melissa Clark. HK will be a key feature of tomorrow's budget, with the government committing at least an extra $10 million over four years. But doctors and age care workers are already warning that won't be enough.

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Amsterdam Bans Metro Station Ads Promoting Cheap Flights

Overnights

00:18 sec | 5 d ago

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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Fresh "Melbourne" from Nightlife

Nightlife

01:03 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh "Melbourne" from Nightlife

"Has extended its late atop the table between nine points after a three golf to to win over Brisbane Roar. Europe today with the latest from ABC News. ABC Radio Weather Update. I'm Phil Johnson with the weather for Melbourne Cloudy with a 50% chance of showers developing in the morning, increasing to a 95% chance in the evening wins northerly 20 to 30 kilometers per hour ahead of a squali suddenly cool a change in the evening. An overnight low of 13, followed by a top of 16 Tuesday. A Cheryl to 15 you're listening to ABC Melbourne. On ABC radio. You're with Suzanne Hill. It's five hours midnight five first. And if you're in the West, Thanks for tuning in tonight, life on this Sunday night it is time for the history quiz. If you would like to play Give me a call. 1 308 100. Triple two. We have 20 questions. We will begin in 1941 3 Year of error this week in history story. This week, and we will end now moralist today you will probably have needed.

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Boris Johnson Voices Optimism Over Easing Lockdown in England

Nightlife

00:29 sec | 6 d ago

Boris Johnson Voices Optimism Over Easing Lockdown in England

Fresh update on "melbourne" discussed on Babytalk with Penny Johnston

Babytalk with Penny Johnston

00:57 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "melbourne" discussed on Babytalk with Penny Johnston

"Minister Scott Morrison. So the federal government has announced that $317 million package for by security measures. But what will the government do to protect the nation against Pierce like giant snails, capture Beetle and African swine fever and will it work? Research by the Center of Excellence of Our Security risk analysis at the University of Melbourne suggest that for every dollar spent on by security by government, $30 is made by industry where it long spoke to director professor Andrew Robertson to look at the data off the announcement. It's rare to get a set so substantially injection of cash. That said, We have had injections similar of similar scope in the past, such as Thea agricultural white paper, but this is a This is a very significant investment and very welcome. What stands out to you is part of the bar security package. So the thing that I find most heartening is focusing on freight containers. There's a substantial pathway off hitchhiker pistes on freight containers, especially over the last year or so, where we've noted a significant increase in the interceptions of capital Beetle in freight containers, But before that, we had grandmama raised stink bug, and before that. We had giant African snail and red important fire ants. So there's a history off freight containers being pathways substantial part ways for the damaging pistes and tapping the freight container problem is really difficult because it's hard to know where they've bean and different pistes. Have different habits. So, for example, for a giant African snail, you'd want to know which containers has been next to or above war, but beneath and infested container. Where is she kept repeating. You'd want to know what the containers have carried for the past. Let's say five years because if they had a care for a sensitive commodity in them five years ago, they may still be carrying that the piste $100 million for an offshore assurance program. Identified freight containers for intervention. How could that work? In your view, so the key thing would be to be able to identify which containers have been exposed to risk and use that information to prioritize intervention at the border? I imagine that's as a support to that Julia containers have a long standing history of being a significant pathway for his truck attests. And the trick, of course, is to know which ones you need to intervene with. There's something like 2 to 3 million container arrivals in Australia every year, and you can't afford to examine all of those containers. Consequently, the smart thing to do is to prioritize the intervention to undertake it the border, But to do that you need information about the containers and content is a notoriously difficult to keep information on a lot of these spy security announcement. I know that there's a $20 million of Prey border passenger screening trials $30 million for improvement of by security management for international male. Ah, lot of this seems to be information gathering and trying to target where to put by security responses and target. What to or who. To intercept when they're entering our borders is that Hey, you get the most bang for your buck in terms of monitoring bar security, It depends entirely on on the nature of the threat. In most instances, you do get really good benefits from early intervention from managing the risk as close as possible to its source, Then that's a general. That's a generalization, but it certainly holds true and by security, but there's some things you just can't prevent by means of border or pre border activities. So so think about tests that might arrive in the window and the tide from and northern neighbors. They can't be stopped at the border, so we do need. We do need substantial investments in the post border by a security area, and you'll note that this is $67.4 million investment for national surveillance for Australia's animal sick, and that's an example of a post border investment. Beholden with announcements like these, particularly on by security to what the biggest threat is that the time you mentioned capper bagel and it's risky in containers, but also a lot of this funding is for travelers coming through from over season will set a lot of announcements and intercepts of meat. Coming through the border that way with the risk of African swine fever, Despite security money generally go to what is the big threat or the big risk at the time? I'm very encouraged by what I see in this announcement that it doesn't seem to be particularly focused on high profile pistes. But rather and it addresses the pathways that those pistes may come in on, consequently, will help kind of future proof those pathways against future pistes that we can only anticipate right now. Professor Andrew Robertson, a director at Saber at the University of Melbourne, speaking with Warrick Long and Siebert, does receive funding from the Australian and New Zealand governments. From.

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SpaceX Crew-1 Mission Splashes Down With Four Astronauts

Overnights

00:44 sec | Last week

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 | Last week

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 | Last week

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 | Last week

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

Afternoons with Jacinta Parsons

00:41 sec | Last week

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 | Last week

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 | Last week

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 | Last week

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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"melbourne" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

01:44 min | 2 weeks ago

"melbourne" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"ANZAC Day medalist with 42 disposals and two girls on Brian's ABC Sports Adelaide. And then I roll. The Melbourne Storm has been in the New Zealand Warriors. 42 points to 20. ABC Radio Weather Update. I'm Phil Johnson with the weather for Melbourne areas of morning fog, cloudy, a 70% chance of showers in the southeast suburbs and the 40% gentle sway, most likely during the light morning and afternoon. Light winds and overnight low of 10, followed by a top of 18 Tuesday a possible shower 17 Wednesday morning fog then mostly sunny 18. You're listening to ABC Melbourne. This'll is not life with Suzanne Hill on ABC Radio. It's five past midnight five past 10. If you're listening in the West, Would you like to play the history quiz? Of course you would. Well, if you are, you should play early jump on those lines. 1 308 100 triple too. While there is a fridge magnet to win, and it's one of the special new ones with that I won the nightlife challenge 2021 right night so you can in years to come look back and remember what year it was that you had your glory, winning the challenge. There was also glory to be had Not answering questions along the way, please joining 1 308 100, Triple two is the number for the history quizzes on the Sunday night on the next out, We are going to talk about, well European football and what went on this week with that? Project that was launched to well.

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Astronauts Aboard SpaceX Endeavour Dock at International Space Station

Nightlife

00:29 sec | 2 weeks 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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Caitlyn Jenner Announces Run for California Governor

Breakfast with Sammy J

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Caitlyn Jenner Announces Run for California Governor

"London Former Olympian reality TV star and prominent transgender activist Caitlyn Jenner has launched a beautiful California governor. North America correspondent Catherine Dis reports, Republicans have been pushing for an election to unseat the Democratic governor, Gavin Newsom, giving he mishandled the Corona virus pandemic If the recall vote proceeds. Caitlyn Jenner, a longtime Republican, has declared she'll enter the race. Celebrities running for office in California is nothing new. Voters have previously elected Arnold Schwarzenegger and Ronald Reagan. Miss Jenna supported former President Donald Trump early on when he ran for office, but withdrew her supporting 2018 after his administration repeatedly attacked

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Queen Thankful for 'Support, Kindness' After Philip's Death

Nightlife

00:29 sec | 2 weeks ago

Queen Thankful for 'Support, Kindness' After Philip's Death

"Queen Elizabeth has expressed her thanks for the support and kindness shown following the death of her husband, Prince Philip. In a statement on social media issued on her 95th birthday, she said it had been a comfort to see and hear all the tributes to her husband from around the world. The queen said she had been deeply touched and continues to be reminded that the light Duke had such an impact on countless people throughout his life. She is marking her birthday in a low key fashion at Windsor Castle. Visited by some members of the royal

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The Law Delivered Justice to George Floyd

Afternoons with Jacinta Parsons

02:09 min | 2 weeks ago

The Law Delivered Justice to George Floyd

"Time for us to jump on and have a chat to out ABC news journalist Iskander Razzak. Of course, if we're looking at international news, the George Floyd verdict was what we were waiting on around 6 30 this morning glued to the phone to see what was going to happen. Good afternoon, a scandal. Good afternoon. Just center? Yes. Alot of the U. S. Was really waiting to see what happened. And former police Officer Derek Shoven convicted off second degree murder, third degree murder and manslaughter. The most serious of those counts, has a maximum penalty of 40 years. In in prison for the murder of George Floyd May 2020 was when it all happened had Imagine it was it was a year ago. It seems so. So recently yet so far at the same time, I can't believe it was a year ago. Yeah, exactly and let's let's bring her back. I mean, Um, it was all over a $20 alleged suspected counterfeit bills to buy some cigarettes that resulted in this horrendous scene that You know, more than 40. People saw I were called to trial to bear witness as to what they saw and spools hours upon hours of mobile phone vision. In many ways the result was obvious or should have been obvious because of the amount of evidence But in the U. S. Police officers in former police officers seldom get charged for Second degree murder or third degree murder or manslaughter, and even it's even rarer for them to be found guilty. So this is a breakthrough in some ways. George Floyd's family, the brother said, You know I can breathe now we can breathe now. Sort of reflecting the coals. He had that he couldn't brave George Floyd when he was dying. But beyond the joy is, as we said, it's more relief than anything. If this had not bean guilty verdict who knows what would happen in the U. S because the tension building But at the same time It has to be said This isn't the end.

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The Future of Animal Exports

The Conversation Hour with Richelle Hunt

01:24 min | 2 weeks ago

The Future of Animal Exports

"The export of livestock by sea after a two year transition and they're citing animal welfare concerns. concerns. The The New New Zealand Zealand Agricultural Agricultural minister minister said said that that they they must must stay stay ahead ahead of of the the curve curve in in a a world world where where animal animal welfare welfare is is under under increasing increasing scrutiny. scrutiny. Yet. He also acknowledged that that decision will affect some farmers, some exporters and some importers. So what does that mean for Victoria Should weigh Bay live exporting If the conditions are right. Is that okay? Is it needed or should we be taking New Zealand's late? And then more broadly, just start to think about now how much has changed and how much as consumers that we want to know about the welfare of animals. From how they're exported to the sort of life there fled before they end up on your plate. That is, of course, if you wait, mate, But we're wanting more and more information where wanting transparency when it comes to the welfare of animals that ultimately a destined, let's be honest for slaughter. From grasp it milk fed to free range. How much information do you want? And do you expect to be on the products that you buy and consume, And even now on the menus in restaurants, and how much does it influence your decision on what you consume?

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New Zealand to Stop Exporting Livestock by Sea. Will Australia Follow Suit?

The Conversation Hour with Richelle Hunt

01:24 min | 2 weeks ago

New Zealand to Stop Exporting Livestock by Sea. Will Australia Follow Suit?

"The export of livestock by sea after a two year transition and they're citing animal welfare concerns. concerns. The The New New Zealand Zealand Agricultural Agricultural minister minister said said that that they they must must stay stay ahead ahead of of the the curve curve in in a a world world where where animal animal welfare welfare is is under under increasing increasing scrutiny. scrutiny. Yet. He also acknowledged that that decision will affect some farmers, some exporters and some importers. So what does that mean for Victoria Should weigh Bay live exporting If the conditions are right. Is that okay? Is it needed or should we be taking New Zealand's late? And then more broadly, just start to think about now how much has changed and how much as consumers that we want to know about the welfare of animals. From how they're exported to the sort of life there fled before they end up on your plate. That is, of course, if you wait, mate, But we're wanting more and more information where wanting transparency when it comes to the welfare of animals that ultimately a destined, let's be honest for slaughter. From grasp it milk fed to free range. How much information do you want? And do you expect to be on the products that you buy and consume, And even now on the menus in restaurants, and how much does it influence your decision on what you consume?

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"melbourne" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

04:19 min | 2 weeks ago

"melbourne" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Collateral on ABC, Radio Melbourne and Victoria Street. Fun going back to the milkshake Diner there with a bit of old rock and roll. We are celebrating the milkshake today, shaking milk ice cream. Anything you want is getting thrown into a very good looking Plan list this afternoon. You are. I'm just continuing to Adam are being a bit slow. But yes, Taylor Swift shake it off, has made it in there at a quarter past two. Steven Hamilton joins US haste. The chief economist at the Blueprint Institute, Stephen the Church. Look, honestly, I was like, Is it Hope she doesn't ask me because I'm thinking Is it the go betweens are no. You know what? You're in the right kind of ballpark. At least you're not on the different straight that you were the other day in another suburb. What about police? That milkshake? Yeah, we fight a little bit of that. Don't you worry about it, Steven. We know how to also light between old Australian and Polish US stuff. Very good. Okay, well, you know what we are going to be educating you through thief frame of the economics and music image. Orson is here. She's well across The church joining us from per capita think tank as the founder and director. Good afternoon in there they love the church was very nice to come into. And police. Yeah. Now I remember place. It doesn't seem as old to me, is it that seems to Stephen. You know, you've got that thing we go. Really? That song was 10 years old. It's probably different only 2020 statement. I think I was in primary school. So whatever the shots out Oh, Michael, Find off. Okay, let's get in your job today Used Tonto Excite us. I think there might be a bit of RG buggy. We're hoping for a bit of ideological tussling. On with great respect and love. It's your a poster people for ideological Constructive conversations on my right. We tried beach, hoping, you know, we we all want a better society. We might disagree about how to get there so but can it can be done politely and with passion and excitement, but always with respect. Let's way Should we stop? Perhaps we should start with you. Steven Hamilton in why are we talking about company tax? Yeah, So am I think suggested we talk about this and it's one of my pet topic so super happy to talk about it. So you hear the U. S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, whose academic economist Has been pushing for a sort of global agreement on corporate tax rates. The Democrats and the rest look like they're raising their corporate tax rate to something like 25% from 18%. The U. K government has raised the corporate tax rate to something like 25%. So there is this. You know, the last couple of decades, there has been this kind of what I call the race to the bottom of corporate tax rates all across the world falling. In Australia is that 30 is one of the highest in the world, and it hasn't followed You like the trend all the way down on But now they're sort of seems to be able to return on where we're thinking. Maybe we can overcome this race. The bottom Through global cooperation on Do you know, together Razer tax rates? Of course. You worry. If if I if I if I don't cut my tax rate, the other guy will cut his And he'll take all my business away. And so that sort of leads to this. You know this race to the bottom dynamic. But if we both get together and agree not to cut the rates, then we can kind of, you know, raise more revenue without the kind of negative consequences, So that's that. That's the idea, at least behind. Yellen's kind of plan through the through the Global agreement process now have lots to say about that, but at least that will get us kicked off. You ready to kick off? And absolutely And I think why I suggest this is a topic is I think it's a significant shift were saying in the U. S. So of course, Donald Trump famously cut called protects rights from 35 to 21% and argued that that money would Trickle down and flow through the economy, and it did not. It was ordered in share bit buybacks and an executive bonuses on DSA..

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ABC Radio MELBOURNE

01:46 min | 2 weeks ago

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"A good One of my favorites. Is Helen Teach. Marshy was a British Garden Trail and era obviously lovely David Ass till Monday to Thursday evenings from seven on ABC Radio Milburn You're with just center Parsons on ABC Radio Melbourne. Good Society website, which was down all morning, but I've just clicked on it, and it's back up and running is a website that the government The federal government launched and it is a website that looks at telling stories and providing resource is to help teach six and consent to school age Children and students. We should say. Um, as you may have come across. One of them that picked above the parapet was one involved involving a milkshake is a metaphor to discuss. Consent with while we've talked about it so much on the station already this morning if you haven't seen it just type in milkshake and consent in your land straight on it, But our question this afternoon is how do you get it? HASA ble so wrong as described by experts who's viewed the videos and potentially the target audience for these videos that the teenagers and the school students who said no, This is not How we want to learn about consent. Double Kona hand joins us. He's the head of brand strategy at think about Creative agency. Good afternoon to you really good to hear from you. This is the song that potentially has inspired a bit of this insight. Shake.

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ABC Radio MELBOURNE

03:42 min | 2 weeks ago

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"Good morning. I'm just a long war with ABC News, A leading climate economist, has welcomed the Prime Minister Scott Morrison's rhetoric around cutting carbon emissions, saying it is better late than never In a speech last night, Mr Morrison inched towards committing Australia toe a net zero carbon emissions reduction target by 2050. But he says regional Australians are sick of being dictated to by city dwellers about climate policy. Professor Ross Kano has told ABC Radio Milburn. The Bush will benefit from Australia reaching net zero carbon emissions better late than never. The government's been very light seeing the opportunity, But this is the opportunity for rule and provincial Australia. They left down by their leaders in their past if their leaders are getting with the realities now. Then we've got to see that as a good thing. Victoria's conservation regulator has declined to take action against thick forests for illegally logging in water catchments National environment reporter Michael Slezak reports, according to new research 75% of areas in one catchment supplying Melbourne's drinking water contained logging band because it puts that water at risk Professor David Linden mayor from a new examined compliance with rules banning logging on some steep slopes, There's a really widespread Systemic problems throughout the forest logging operations in Victoria, the chief conservation regulator, said the claim of widespread breaches couldn't be substantiated. After finding britches in just two locations. Thick forests is the breaches didn't harm the environment. The Veterans Affairs Minister Darren Chester says a royal commission into veteran suicides will examine that defense forces recruitment process is the federal government announced the Royal Commission yesterday After mounting pressure from the veteran community, Mr Chester says the inquiry needs to look at how ADF personnel are selected. Saying, Well, we're recruiting the right type of people have they got the resilience they're going to need to take on what can be an often demanding and challenging job. So that part of the Royal Commission look at that aspect as well. Laure Institutional Victoria says people are struggling to access voluntary assisted dying because doctors aren't allowed to talk about euthanasia during telly health consultations. It's an offensive under the Commonwealth Criminal Code to use a carriage service for suicide related material. Laure Institute's president tenure, Wolf says many doctors can only engage with patients using Kelly Health and a lack of legal clarity is a concern if you are having these conversations With your doctor over the telephone. You feel around the doctor could be at risk of committing a commonwealth fits and that's obviously not a situation that we want to have. Public transport. Victoria is reminding commuters that mask wearing is mandatory on trains trans and Busses amid concerns some people are flouting the rule. Masks aren't needed in shops, but they must be worn on public transport in taxis and righteous and while visiting aged care homes and hospitals Make forward from public transport, Victoria says commuters who don't wear a face mask while traveling face significant fines. We're really doing at this to reinforce those messages and you know we're looking At a range of different options to keep reinforcing the message that really masks work that first line of defense just something we can do for each other in the community. Victorian miter sitting edge to be careful on the roads with dangerous driving conditions and reduced visibility expected due to heavy rain. A road weather alert has been issued for Melbourne's suburbs, with the heaviest falls expected later this morning and into the afternoon. The Department of Transport says drivers need to slow down and be mindful of other road users..

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ABC Radio MELBOURNE

01:48 min | 2 weeks ago

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"That's coming your way soon. Richard Russell. Good morning to you. Good morning, Virginia. When's that, Claire going to clear? Not any time soon. Unfortunately, in fact, we've got the cold front on a doorstep. It's just come to Joanna and the temperature is starting to plummet there after getting to a top off Of 17. Now we're on sitting at 18 the moment I expect that within the next probably air and a half two hours that cold front will have pushed her. Most of Melbourne in that temperature will fall back to around about 12 13 degrees. Andre safe from rain, arriving as well. So further to the West would stand around about 5 to 15 millimeters of rain around that yet the Southwest district and we can expect the majority of that to continue to move through. Other Victoria, including Melvin beside the afternoon will be relatively rainy and cloudy. It will start to tend to more scare activity with the risk of some local hairless afternoon is very much colder. M s come through. So yeah, with a little bit bit going on there and be aware, too, with the rain for we have a road weather alert. At? Uh, Dr Casey. Once that rain does thought, just the pay attention to the conditions and Dr appropriately, um, things do you clear up, though, by I think early Wednesday. We'll see the last of the show. But can we get up Just that cloud's going to clean? Um well, I went completely clear, though. Be partly cloudy day. Obviously not expecting a woman as warmer conditions at the moment, finally atop of 15 degrees on in another front, coming through, not as strong as this one, but it will see the return of a bigger share activity on Thursday afternoon. Terrific. Thanks so much for that. All right. Thank you. Richard Russell. They senior forecaster at the Weather Bureau, talking to counsel of Kris Bolin, Frankston City Council mayor in just a moment after news headlines with Justin Long will Thanks, Justin. Thanks Virginie and Victoria's conservation regulator has declined to take action against.

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ABC Radio MELBOURNE

01:49 min | 2 weeks ago

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"Frankston City Council mayor in just a moment after news headlines with Justin Long will Thanks, Justin. Thanks Virginie and Victoria's conservation regulator has declined to take action against thick forest for illegally logging in water catchments. It found Vik forests illegally logged into areas, but the agency says the breaches didn't harm the environment. The regulator said. I and you research showing widespread illegal logging could not be substantiated. Victorian Federal nationals front bencher Darren Chester says in the city residents have been dictating climate policy for too long, ignoring the work of regional Australians in reducing carbon emissions. Prime Minister Scott Morrison has inched towards committing to a net zero carbon emissions reduction target by 2050. But he said the policies want be those two debated in inner city cafes and bars. Dangerous driving conditions and reduced visibility or expected in noble today due to heavy rain around whether alert has been issued for all suburbs, with the heaviest falls expected later this morning and into the afternoon. Top of 19 in Melbourne. It's 18 in the city now more news at 10. ABC radio Milburn traffic. Spread here from the Department of Transport a couple of things to look out on our road to the moments inbound traffic on the modish and South Gippsland freeways fairly tough heading up towards heaven and right after nearly a collision. It. All lines are open. Now avoid the Hume Freeway or Craig been bypass. If you can delay is there with a broken down truck just after Cuba streets still blocking the right lane, living on a heavy Holly's to take their track away. In the meantime, you see the roads out of what's the M A D Ring Road, which is traveling fairly well in both directions. The Princess Freeway through 11, some slowing traffic there Judah were collision Chester of the High Street that emergency services there on the left hand emergency lane and added one Back Creek gone, the Princes highway..

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ABC Radio MELBOURNE

05:33 min | 2 weeks ago

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"At all of the men and women in uniform, but did the idea for achieved the job? We'll have been achieved to the extent of weeks could influence those things. Weekdays from 3 30. Just ask any cop inside the Taliban has finally won. But we did. Do you think that John? Do you think the Taliban has finally went? Yes, absolutely Rapt Epstein weekdays from 3 30 on ABC Radio Milburn. Breakfast with Sammy Jay on ABC Radio Melbourne. Oh, my kingdom for a feel good coronavirus story. We have one. Oh, my gosh. And it's a doozy because a couple have just arrived back in New Zealand or from Melbourne, where they live. To get married. Abigail Makin story. Good morning to you. Good morning. Family had the guy. I'm great. Thank you. Where are you right now? I've been crafted staying with my God. Parents and I've got Jack my fiance with me. Hey, Jack, How are you? Very well. When did you both leave? Melvin? Yesterday. Yesterday morning. We're on a 10 35,000,004 Million Cross church. Yeah, one of the first flight. Very exciting. What was it like touching down over in New Zealand. I've told my mother about to be a man. I'm seeing the mountains as we flow over. I was like, Oh, my goodness. My country so beautiful. You're a New Zealand by birth, but you've both been living in Melbourne for quite a while now, haven't you? Yeah. And what's being the wedding plans so far? Well, I'm lost years that have already been delayed by quite a long time. Because Kansas delays proposal because of locked out like he couldn't get hold of engagement rings. He couldn't get one night or anything. Everything was shut down, so then eventually hear proposed, and we pretty much picked the date. Within a few weeks of that we picked the 24th of April and we could have literally been praying for a miracle too thin and We booked flights the 19th of April, hoping that the border would open up in time on dust from the 19 of the world, just in their idea is fairly popular. I understand it by some. You must really love her for making this decision. Way didn't love him before the sixth of April. Uh, Yeah. Yeah, We're pretty excited. Yes, Even when she postpones the the bubble announcement, we still were like now we're going with the 24th of April. Even though it would mean we only had two weeks is actually to organize the wedding. Um, this'd be a tale to tell many people for many decades to come. I wish you both nothing but the best for the wedding in four days time. Thank you. Thanks So much. Have a gun. We construe there, along with the fiance, Jack Drummond, who have just flown from Melbourne. All the way to New Zealand, where they can get married. Damn it. Yep. That's worthy of a displaying its 26 past seven. Second Mad Max briefly. Obviously the message about 10 minutes ago that someone said the couple in the grass getting terrorized right at the start with the guy running away naked. That man was Wilbur Wilde. Well, I think we need to get to the bottom of this well, But while did have a cheeky cameo in my own serious with with Randy on the ABC playing saxophone on the roof of the house in reserve or so I've got his phone number. I've used it A good morning, Wilbur. Sammy Jay and yes, my was my pleasure to appear and Ricketts Lane with you and have a brandy. Certainly, I think Don't I don't think the neighbors agreed as you blasted out some sweet sex offender at midnight, but Let's wind the clocks back a few decades will, but was it you? Are you naked in the first man, Max? We can confirm Yes. Was it What was it accidental? How did they did they auditioned many bodies. How did you get the role? We knew an actor by the name of John Lee, who appears in that scene in the opening scenes and hey informed us my then girlfriend and I'm Michelle Johnson that they needed Extras for the day so that we went to that Melvin Water land on the left of the So long pilot, she hitting down so the brand point cook and shut the same there and hung around. It's some Ziff actually try. No, we'll go together. The news. But that zip Retty good story of involvement in the iconic mad Max 1 42 years ago. Now they have the 40th anniversary. Um much before last. What do you think they'll ask you back to star alongside him's worth naked in the fifth movie. There's going to be filmed in Sydney, Wells said to them on the day when I you know, Hugh Case boom was there and pulled Johnson and Steve. Obviously, I said that comment obviously in that movie for, like, seven seconds, But without me, you guys would've been stuffed. Well, well, well, Look, I mean, you can impress people you like with your mad max. Naked body for me. You'll always be the man who did a cameo on Split ends his album all Well, That's right, Two. Yeah, I'm attract a new contract called Voices. Beautiful Song to thank you. Well, the greatest hurt Good on you, Sammy J. Good day. Just a little while there. You can see Well, you know him from TV from radio from all sorts, but you can catch him naked in mad next. If you didn't know that's him running away. At 2 29 minutes passive and coming up after the news. Oh, my gosh, We gotta Milby nomination keeping coming. We've got a good one plus Oh, very, Antonio Armstrong talking sport and dancing for taking us on a wild ride through the headlines so much coming up here on the breakfast buffet. Keep your plate one. Hi. It's for.

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ABC Radio MELBOURNE

03:35 min | 2 weeks ago

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"Melbourne JP Dr Mukesh Hiko Well, says the states and territories have the right infrastructure. Get more people vaccinated at a faster rate. I actually think the good idea to use the mass vaccination system we got here, Victoria. This is a national priority and everyone benefits from this being done properly. Settle federal opposition later Anthony Albany Z will today trying to reshape the political debate over green energy policies declaring renewable projects will lead to a job revolution in the years to come. He's political reporter James Glynn Day, Mister Alben Easy, argues Green Energy policies have for too long being derided his job killing and in a speech today, he'll say they should be seen his drivers of jobs growth. Because they'll create rolls manufacturing things like that tree's turbines and solar panels, and we'll also lead to lower power prices. U. S. President Joe Biden has taken a similar approach, selling some of his green energy plans. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has inched closer towards a commitment of net zero emissions by 2050 In a speech to business leaders last night, he declared Australia's energy mix had to change over the next three decades and said the mining, manufacturing and agriculture sectors would have a big role to play. Yours are about to begin deliberating in the trial of former US policemen charged with the murder of black man George Floyd last year from Minneapolis, Greg Jennet reports. Closing arguments to be delivered to the seven women and five men who'll decide Derrick Show van's guilt or innocence of murder and manslaughter. Prosecutors Steve Schlesser has appealed to jurors to rely on the video of Mr Show Van's arrest of George Floyd last May. That's being viewed by tens of millions around the world. This case is exactly what you thought. When you saw defense lawyer Erik Nelson appealed to the jurors to consider all of the police actions that day. Not just the 9.5 minutes, Mr Floyd was pinned to the ground. Protesters are organizing gatherings near the courthouse while the jury deliberates An Australian woman is pleading for help from the federal government to release her husband who's locked up in a Chinese jail. Grace Tobin reports miss that tie. Hale was sentenced to 25 years in prison two weeks ago for separatism in Xinjiang. He's a Muslim wigger as well as an Australian permanent resident. His wife, Mary, Miss and soft, says he was detained and indoctrinated by Chinese authorities multiple times before being arrested again late last year. It comes as a new Ripper. Would by Human Rights Watch found. The Chinese government is committing crimes against humanity in Xinjiang. Supporters of Russia's leading opposition activists, Alexei Navalny, have confirmed he's being moved to a prison hospital. There's been concerned for days about his deteriorating health, with his supporters saying his days from death. The Kremlin critic has been on hunger strike for nearly three weeks, demanding that he be allowed to be traded for health issues by his own doctors. Collingwood Karch Nathan Buckley says he's focused on the job following the club's Paul start to the FL season with four losses in five matches. The 48 year old is off contract at the end of the season and his face crew criticism after an independent review found the club had been guilty off systemic racism during his tenure. Buckley told Fox Sports. He understands there is speculation about his future. I'm really focused on what I'm doing right now. And I believe that if I'm doing that job to the best of my capacity, and the people around me are thriving in Boston. Well, then that's what I say the coach's role as if they're not if change needs to occur well, then, all being part of having that.

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ABC Radio MELBOURNE

02:57 min | 2 weeks ago

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"To call any more information on that one. Clearing. Carnegie North Road driving under bridge 1966 Triumph Herald Coop Card drowned in huge pool of water, public humiliation trophies old riding my bike crash walked past waved crashed in the Bush Well, if it's like a heartbreaking hi, Cooper. Gymnastics end of you display. I was 10 years old. It was all quiet and everyone was waiting for me to do my sequence. It all went well until it ended with a very loud fart body. It's first in the land, and I wanted to die. The instructor called me Thunder at the next lesson. And I had to quit due to the shame rough. It's okay. Safe space heat. We're all sharing this plane together. Don't worry. Karenin Bone Beach. I tripped up the stairs of Parliament station and spilled Sharps containers all over the ground. Now a school of arts 1984 Mr my top, not terribly during a solo performance in front of a large audience. Entering a start, maybe with my skirt tucked into the back of my undies. Rove, Ill on airplane Examining salad dressing package squirted content directly on my face. You're listening to the ABC radio Melvin Breakfast Tuesday poem titled of Moments of Public Humiliation. Fell on my first trip to school on the Glenn very road tram and grabbed the skirt of an MLC girl to break my fall. Athens Grace 1982 vomiting in waste paper bin in hotel foil while waiting to check in. Melbourne airport. My sister and I having a race up the down escalator is I tripped at the top and filled tourney bleeding knees. People waiting to get on. My sister walked away like she didn't know me. What a siblings for Athens, Greece moment and widespread the female who had that one. Okay, here we go in one driving by Sydney from company to Melbourne with future wife asleep in the back 2000 and six Man gets me to pull over. Get out. Wife wakes up us. What is going on, man? See, his wife says he wants to buy my 1990 Corolla for his daughter. I say no. My wife says I have no idea. I don't think I could. I don't know what that is, where that Dixie's heading. But we'll just scrap that for a moment, falling face first into a lift on a pair of treacherous platform shoes. Nip slip on state of the Union playoff. We've all been there and my most embarrassing moment backing at my motorcycle up against the fence it South bank into Mick doing that's Calvin Craig Burn. And old age with this one, not enjoying myself in a public affair. Plenty to eat and drink the law stuff myself silly and couldn't eat any more time to visit my Aunt Flo. I get up and go to my surprise..

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ABC Radio MELBOURNE

06:59 min | 2 weeks ago

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"Um Shannara initially paid 300 million for an exploration license for man's near the town of Breather in 2000 and eight when the labor government was in power. Mm. All right, And there's a lot of shock and Anguish about this teenager turned away three times from Broken Hill Hospital's emergency department. Uh, he died from septic shock. It seems with an injured toe. Yeah, This is a terribly sad story. Detain age? Apparently Googled it wallows in the emergency department Can pain kill you, Um, before he died from septic shock, so drunk raise, um drum brakes went before the New South Wales coroner's court on Monday as he Remembered the final hours of his son, Alex, who he remembered as a rite of sunshine with red hair and an infectious laugh. He told the inquest that even ones Alex became gravely ill. There was no ambulance available to take him to broken in hospitals. No hospitals willing to admitting in Adelaide and no pilot available to fly him to Sydney. His wife was left sitting on the tarmac of Broken Hill Airport for hours waiting for a plane to come from Sydney to retrieve their 18 year old son s O and the inquest heard that a mandatory investigation into the cause of Alex's death was not carried out. By the local health field stripped until a year after he died. So really terribly heartbreaking story That wasn't that indeed it is and said these city office spaces Left empty since the covered 19 lockdown could be transformed into apartments. Yeah, well, that's according to New South Wales chief economist anyway. Steven Walters says the central Business District District will never return to pray covert days as an increasing number of people in the services industry on continue to regularly work from home. He says the save the day would eventually recover from its slump but needed to embrace bold new initiatives to overcome the shifting nature of how people worked in Sydney. S o, he said While it would take changes to planning and trading laws, empty floors of officers could be turned into residential space, which had been done in New York, Hong Kong and London. So watch this space perhaps Yes. And do indeed. Watch this space around. Daniel, I thank you. Thank you and the other white from the city money here, joining us ceremonies with us from the moment Harold son, Sarah, thanks very much for joining us. Thanks for your good evening. Victorian Children's All of seven started the school year without knowing the alphabet or even being able to count to 20. After a tumultuous school, you lost a locked ends. Yes, we've spoken Tol, a primary school teacher here in Melbourne, who has explained that they've got He's starting grade one who, some of which didn't know any lessons and can't count to 20. I think we all knew that after the walk down last year that was going to have some sort of Impact on all sorts of things, including education, and we really starting to see A real tumor. Fix it that now. All right. In the suicide deaths of hundreds of defense force members and veterans are now going to be in this together that governments been dragged kicking and screaming to this. Toe. Scott Morrison, the prime minister announcing a Royal commission today. Yeah, Yeah, You're right. This is being a very long time coming. Obviously, families and veterans who have lost their lives of which there are hundreds have been campaigning for this. So a long time and I shouldn't have to wait any longer. So the next step of the seas terms of reference will be established. They're saying that the government is saying I will do that in consultation with both families. Oh, and, you know, let's hope that want to see open and on. They followed through with some like some of the recommendations because that's not always guaranteed as we know. No, exactly. On veterans who turn up unannounced for Milburn's ANZAC Day parade still could be allowed to match This story kind of continued toe actually feel that we've got here. No one on exactly this weekend. I leave 5.5 1000 people are allowed to march for ANZAC Day. But on the same day there will be 75,000 fans at the football. So they're saying Now they've wanted veterans to register to be able to be allowed to be part of that much, But now they're saying that I will do their best to accommodate people, veterans and others to arrive on the day and haven't registered. I really hope for those involved that it all goes. Very smoothly because as like, they know when last she was very sad when we were in lockdown and Actions were only allowed to just stand up in front of the harm and mark that with it with some self reflection is not was. It was very unfortunate, indeed. All right, Sara, I take your point entirely about football. Right from the beginning of this whole pandemic Football has seemed to live a charmed life hasn't it has has thanked each time feel good night. Yes. Good night to you, too. Rachel Rosen from the Brisbane. Sorry, not Rachel Reservoir by ceremony. From the Melbourne Herald San Joining us. Rachel Rosell does join us, though from the Brisbane, Korea Male Rachael Evening, and welcome to that life. My fellow you bad The Ellen Page is pushing to deal with youth crime. Yeah. British bail would become inoffensive young criminals in this state under an L. A P pushed a meant new youth. Justice. Lord has such path Parliament this week the government has resisted making American made repeated calls from the opposition to deal with Yukon in Queensland. Mm hmm. The Gabba, the Brisbane Gavin's going to get a one billion One day $4 billion facelift for the Olympics. Heavens about you could build a whole new gather for their, couldn't you, Rachel. I know you think so that together will receive a facelift of $1 billion to win the 2032 Olympics and Paralympic Games. On and should the big, big successful We gotta hope will be the main event stadium and it'll push it's 42,000 seat capacity to 50,000. You'd have to think the way the Olympics out of the moment. That's the president's a shoeing. Think for the next time. The next Olympics, wouldn't you? Brisbane, Saving the wrist Brisbane Civilly restaurants new campaign is happened to boost the industry. Yes. After being hard hit by the pandemic prison CBD restaurants are offering any exclusive all physical 50 venues to try and break the industry. It hopes to kind of Up traffic and handles the annual revenues are getting down and back into the city. Well, let's hope so, too. Let's hope so, too. Right, Rachel?.

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03:11 min | 10 months ago

"melbourne" Discussed on The Signal

"This is an ABC. PODCAST. Melburnians have now been living with stage three restrictions for more than three weeks. PUBS CAFES IN GYMS closed visiting other people at harm band and someone even going to be fine for driving across town to pick up a Akari. Yet still the daily case count keeps rising. So ease the Melbourne lockdown a fire I'm Steven Smiley and match left wipe year and today on the signal. The restrictions keep getting tied up at the numbers going in the wrong direction we find out why the lockdown doesn't seem to be working and we look for some hope in all that bad knees. There are one, thousand, nine, hundred, and ninety eight Hewlett cases of. Piranha of in the Victorian community hundred. News since we. Lost Stop died at you. I'm saddened have to report that the title number of people who have died because of this. Global pandemic in Victoria is now a hundred and five that is the pain additional fatalities. So this is the sound of what has become an extremely grim daily ritual where every morning the Victorian premier. Daniel. Andrews all the Health Minister Jenny macaca skit up and deliver the bad news how many new covid nineteen infections of being confirmed in the past twenty four hours and how many people have died from the virus and it's oblique process that's made all the worse because by this point, lots of people in Melvin were expecting the numbers to be getting smaller. But they're not, in fact, they growing and that case number yesterday seven, hundred and twenty three. That was a new bad record and all the time when Melbourne is lockdown than ever before. Yeah and today there are new restrictions coming into place to the west of Melbourne in Geelong and on the great. Ocean road and from next week mosque wearing in public will be compulsory for the entire state. So to find out what is going wrong, we got in touch with professor. Catherine Bennett she's the chair of epidemiology at. Deakin. University in Melbourne. Seven hundred, twenty, three new covid cases is bad. This is this is the worst number we've seen in Victoria. It's actually the worst number of senior strategy. Is this a surprise. It's the problem and May. Trying temperate the numbers day today. And the fluctuations that happened in them what was saying at the moment is sadly not unexpected. We have been saying a lot of the cases recently, the case numbers being driven by apricots particularly. And on Monday when the numbers were announced, they mentioned we had. Facilities, Ij facilities where that hadn't been impacted by Coby, but we're one staff member had been found positive in H. and so the main concern was always that when they wayne and start at the contact tracing because the risk of transmission. So high in these facilities that we would say numbers similar to what we saying come through the the the results being reported in the next few days. So that's what's going to happen days costs still being established.

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Coronacast

05:39 min | 11 months ago

"melbourne" Discussed on Coronacast

"It's Monday the six July so norman when the Victorian cases started rising a couple of weeks ago, I think I'm a bit of an optimist I. Think I thought that. Maybe it was just a bleep, but it's really not. We've had sizeable increasing case as Hda over the weekend. And now we're looking at people in social housing buildings, being put into a hard lockdown I don't want to go too much into numbers, because when people listen to corona casts, things could well have changed, but. So double-digits triple digits. Over a couple of days it's a situation. It's spreading to other suburbs, which is not a great surprise. We haven't instituted masks which we're only make a small difference, but is could be significant and now we've got. This knocked down in in public housing in Melbourne, so these people in public housing there obviously already disadvantaged some wired about care for their seek or frail residents. Is He's?.

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News 96.5 WDBO

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"melbourne" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Health care in Melbourne so they bought individual parts instead of pre packaged test kits and that allows them to get more done together our goal is to test as many people as possible and to identify folks that have been infected that maybe carriers ultimately I think everyone who wants to be tested should have the ability to be tested and you have to have an appointment don't forget if you wish to get tested in east Orange County we also have another test site that's opening this morning reporter laurel Li is there she gives us an update garage eight UCF isn't hard to find but UCF in your GPS and it's the first garage you'll see surrounded by orange cones and a big flashing sign that let you know you can only get screened for Kobe nineteen here if you have an appointment no real cars here yet as that testing does begin at nine AM testing will go until five PM or until they have run through two hundred and fifty kids I'm going to keep you updated out here at UCF lowly news ninety six point five W. T. BO a drug used to treat HIV is cleared by the FDA and it shows promise in treating virus patients the drug comes in a violin is a two shot per week dose over the period of two weeks right now the way it works is that it boosts the immune system and calms the inflammation of the lungs that prevents people from breeding the company who developed it said it's only being used right now to treat the less seriously ill patients to see if I could stop the virus from reaching more advanced stages Daniel Vargas is ninety six point five DB DB a seminal county has its first coronavirus staff the Florida department of health revealed this week that a ninety one year old man passed away the orange Polk and Volusia also recorded one death each on Saturday it was the eighth then for Orange County the fourth for Polk and the second for Volusia Brevard county woman says people got upset with her for wearing that ical scrubs and masks in the grocery store it happened at a Winn Dixie in palm bay the woman told the accuser she worked at a hearing aid office and was just picking up supplies but that didn't stop them from following her around the store and eventually calling police no one was arrested but the store manager did eventually ask everyone to shop at different ends of the store I'm trying to picture you can see a video of the confrontation and the news ninety six point five W. DPO asked defense secretary mark esper standing by his decision he removed the captain of the Theodore Roosevelt captain Brett crozier it was supported by navy leadership and I I think it's it is just another example of how we hold leaders accountable for their actions S. for tell CNN the choice to relieve crozier was made after a letter of his was published well in more than one hundred cases of the virus on the ship esper said that there is an ongoing investigation into the case seven thirty five now one Landau's morning news we do have updated weather in traffic every six minutes good morning Joe we had that welcome rain yesterday we needed it to help out with that fire threat and some of those pollen levels for today eighty two degrees a mix of clouds and sun about a twenty percent chance of a spotty shower tonight partly cloudy mild temperatures down to sixty five tomorrow turning warmer partly cloudy with highs running in the upper eighties from channel nine Eyewitness News I'm meteorologist Brian shields right now cloudy I see a little bit of blue skies from where I'm sitting right now in the downtown bureau for news ninety six point five W. B. B. L. sixty four degrees cloudy safe touch Gerrity triple team traffic insurance so couple things here so yesterday from downtown I tried to use both bite squad and GrubHub both of the apps that you know that deliver food your homes.

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"melbourne" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"melbourne" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

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"melbourne" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

12:34 min | 1 year ago

"melbourne" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Their Mind Kristie. I recommend instincts. Merry Christmas happy holidays to you. Nigel's favourite is baby. It's cold outside he really endorses. That that Phil Spector produced. That Phil Spector who's no longer produce and that's that was part of a relationship with Lennon because they use them for the let it be album and did some stuff with Linin afterward. I don't think anybody would say the Phil Spector was not a brilliant producer of museum mendes. He's also a murderer. Questionable exclusive all right. So let me get to a couple of things one and this is very very localized so that sands POWs in in Melbourne dismay not affect their your lives as directly as it will affect my life. The friendship heights giant which was remodeled. Maybe fifteen to twenty years ago here in in the same space but remodelled. I've never I've never really understood what happened. They are because the remodeling didn't make any sense to intake but giant has been. That's been an anchor of this particular Complex of stores. It's right on the corner of Western Wisconsin. It's in the same shopping center. It is the lead dog in the shopping center where clydes of Chevy Chase's that China's going out of business. Why dawn really he said as your bucks going out of business? Yes they said affect they said that the rent is too hard. The Renton run now to me. When Your supermarket you negotiate the following way? You say we're going to draw every single person you've got. They're all coming here. Because the bus your other stores will exist because of US center is no rent there is no rent. We're not paying any rent. Because we are the beacon for this particular com. That was the chatter went. Went ten learner. You Ain't win supermarkets withdraw now. I know there's a whole foods Two blocks away two blocks away but whole foods is not giant it draws a different type of person is a safeway three quarters of a mile away. The refugee the refugee Safeway. Yeah but in myrlie refugees refugees saved the on Connecticut. That's that's the next big road over just have operated so. I am surprised. Shocker I I wanted to go in there. Another another thing would be another superman but yes I would. They pay the rent if if giant feels like they can't justify it giant giant supermarkets. Don't do this all the one change that I don't think you're recognizing. Is that down Wisconsin Avenue again. This is super local. They just redid the Cathedral Commons giant. Right which is probably taking some of the business from that. This this giant question is very small and you also sparked John. You're under the westbound for giants about three miles up the giant Down down the street. You're driving past the friendship Pike's giant to go to the Cathedral. Giant actually are so nicer. It's a beautiful. Your comments is is way nicer as beer and wine. This one this one is never been well stocked. You also have a new player entering. I think in a year or two right across the street from Sidwell's Wegmans is going to change the way Tim Sidwell in Melbourne again. Actually to your point so I don't know how giants our own I but I I. I assume it's corporately. Not like franchise while so maybe they're doing the calculus insane officially closes that's going to you know a bunch of that business will be siphoned off for others. There's in the area you know there'll be some that wagner that's GonNa shake it up now beyond build the supermarket world this complex I would call it a glorified strip mall. When I was a kid it was just a strip mall? It's changing every year. Full stationery store. There's no such thing is that is that is that where the diner is right there on that same mm strip diner. No mom I must be thinking further north. The one right here this discharge comm comments but this old the US to have a cut through with the quarter means coffee the bakery and the bass line is and that's when that's when it actually drove out. If you have a supermarket the supermarket goes out and it is replaced just for argument's sake with a tire store or you know or or an appliance source of something that you need. Whatever you're you're saying all of those stores that were on the back end of the giant? There's a you know a confectionary store. There's a pizza place place. There's something else they're dead. They're dead because supermarket. The supermarkets draw. Would you be okay. If a trader Joe's came into in which has a smaller difference right down the street. There's a trader Joe's within a Mile Yup and that's right so in the O.. Town where I know you frequent you went to the town only just over you into the office bar and Grill and Layton weeks ago there was Melissa Mullane. She got what you need is that there was a very. I actually have heard from Melissa. s something she wants to bring by for you but she said she can't till nine fifteen days it's going to be get up earlier. There was a giant. There was an old giant that moved into a vacated shoppers food space to make a very nice new giant and in the old giant to your point is a huge opening soon. Jim and I mean this is a huge huge gym. That doesn't drive shopping. Traffic People in like a supermarket standard. They moved into a strip from a freestanding. Wanted to fascinating stuff to me. Welcome Australia but you don't. You don't see supermarkets go out of business a lot. I mean it's like a McDonald's or a starbucks they usually grow go out of business. They're not renewing their lease it. It is it is a reminder that we have a bounty of supermarkets in this pocket of the city which we should be grateful. I wanted to just briefly. I'd almost without comment. I am so confused. The story that has exploded around the army navy game with the white power hand signals to me. He just sort of look like okay. There is apparently in the story I read there are databanks that record what are signals rose. What are what are out there? Were I guess. White groups are black groups around groups or whatever and I sit here I have no idea I've have no I know it's A. I'm an hour Saturday now. Afraid to use my hands or in any way. 'cause I don't know what I should law singling anymore. There were words that I have used that people won't say them on the air that people at the PTI who are in the twenties and thirties recoil from in horror. And I go. It's a real word. What is the problem here? Is it hard hard work. You're not allowed to do that. You're not allowed to say things you know I get. I'm I'm a little too old for that. That was that's what they we're doing. No tone. I mean that's a known thing they knew. Ron Camera is reese Davis was in the they knew their on camera that was purposes. They were putting their an okay. Sign is like up high. Right with your FA- I mean. Obviously only a new. Can you see this with your fingers pointing up to the sky. They they were doing it upside down. It's purposeful came up with that. We can look it up. You know what I mean. Long time zone white supremacists this white and these people are in service academies at least yeah. It's I mean I don't know that you say I mean they're on camera to Gary Point era who they are going to have to be some discipline. I would imagine now. Maybe there's Oh here's the story in their times when okay sign is low longer okay interesting. Yeah there's some there's there is some argument that there may be plausible deniability kids you know. Typically that's what I think. I think the gesture itself can be like. Oh no I didn't know it was right trying to give you enough wiggle room to make gestures with your hands ends frequently when you don't know precisely what you know what I mean. It reminds me of time that spike came home and maybe he was in sixth or seventh grade or maybe even younger her and referred to something as a do chip bag do chip bag was term. That was the German and I said you know like what does that mean. Where'd you hear? And of course he had heard it from some kid at school and I asked him what it meant and he didn't know and I made him look it up in a dictionary and then I described it to him in detail which was very confusing and upsetting China and the lesson was you. Don't use words if you don't know exactly what they mean and I would say the same hand signals. So this is I got one hand signal that I use case Luebeck Obama. You know what that is so this is interesting it is not it is the Internet is the worst by the this is according to types. It started in early twenty seventeen as a hoax. Some users of four Chan anonymous unrestricted online message board began what they called Operation O. K. K. K. to see if they could trick the wider world and especially liberals in the mainstream media into believing that the innocuous Cheshire was actually clandestine symbol of white power. The four Chan hoax a hoax neo Nazis Ku Klux Klan. Another white but national news gesture in public to signal their presence and to spot potential sympathizers and recruits. I don't think I remember. I remember when the Maggiano's thing happened and people we're talking about the old right movement Tila Tequila and they said well. Yeah right dope on what they talked about how. A favourite of the alt-right movement was new balance sneakers. I wear new balance I liked me and are now members of yeah. I'm not a member and I'm not dumping those sneakers because they're wearing a very comfortably. I'm not GonNa do that so at some point at some point to sensitivities overwhelm you and in your desire to walk the correct path. You have to. You're putting one foot very very gingerly in front of the other because you don't know what you're doing you don't you let me get to the redskins and Urban Meyer. There was when I was when I did have that game on. Whoever was doing the game talked about how Bill Callahan was really professional coach? And and I think the Redskins were winning at this point and how how he should be a candidate to get the job and I wanted to throw my foot at the screen. He's not he's not getting the job. Okay he's not. There's zero chance he's getting the job but bourbon. Meyer was in the box. Urban Meyer was in the box and we talked with wilpon about it but we haven't talked about it amongst ourselves. What thoughts on urban Meyer Well to clarify nice coverage by Josh Norman when he finally got in great job terror. That guy was a quarterback in College Harry McLaren Clark Terry maclaurin who's rookie from Ohio. State plays favorites as well as As well as of course Wayne Haskins. Who's been one of the term McLaren one one of the very few bright spots for the redskins? This season has a fifty plus catch eight hundred. Something Yard handful of touchdown season. Yeah said after the game specifically typically that urban was his guest and in the box because he had an vitamin he was there to support he and Wayne Haskins and of course he coached Alex Smith and in college and spend time with them The Urban Meyer to me sounds like the exact kind of higher that that Daniel Snyder would would pick and Daniel Snyder's And his his love of Dwayne Haskins has been reported. Dwayne Haskins reportedly was his pick against the head coaches will. So I mean it's just it's just it would be the most red skins thing ever I don't know why Urban Meyer frankly or anyone would take that job now. They'RE GONNA get a head coach and I guess you could pay or urban Meyer a ton of money But if Urban Meyer talked to other people who had taken that money I don't don't know if they would tell him it was worth it I mean do you think Mike Shanahan's glad he took the money. Do you think Jay Gruden glad he took the money. I don't know So what I like to see. Urban Meyer would make it would make insurance it. Let me say as someone who has claimed to and I'm struggling with actually doing but someone who has claimed to have gotten off of the Redskins.

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"melbourne" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

10:47 min | 1 year ago

"melbourne" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"So Michael if and this is lovely music if people like Davis want to send sending their own music or have your proxies Senate in how did they get it to us. Send US your music by emailing it to Jingles at Tony Kornheiser show dot com. Are we selling anything. You know what I have a few issues with the United State your United States Postal Service so I was using a system where there are certain requirements more based on the size of the package case as an envelope rather than just the way the package. So I'm receiving hackers that have been sent back and I and I feel terrible if those who were ordering shirts parts chatting measure getting Elvis treatment returned to sender return to sender for exceeding three quarters of one inch. Now I went to. I went to my look Gary I I went to my local. USPS branch and just said measure. My Pack Yeah. Let me on airplanes package. Free money to send us back the manpower involved to stamp this with returned to sender not enough postage to give me demanding why they want to make sure eighty six cents another dollar ninety for one hundred dollars worth the man visible labor so your shirts are this is just for a small batch and this is a limited number so for those of you who received a message from the post office asking for for a little more cash thank you for obliging and paying the man if someone to take care so what you're saying is they were all packaging went up the same way and the vast majority of they were not return to you went through so we're using the the w. m. e. l. location as fixed that. We're not trying to share so I didn't want to publicly share that. No this happened so mom and I were trying to make it easier so some of the shirts were folded in half which made the package close to three quarters of an out. If I was sending more than one one shirt it was being rated at a different rice point so it was more based on the weight. It just seems like it's easier for you if I make this a tidier to your package so the saga continues. That's crazy saga continues to what have you got on. This journey was sold off in the land. Down under the Melvin. or Kimberly at some of those shirts. It's did we met. Did you mention that. I don't think you did. What's the site? Oh you can go to shop dot Tony. Kornheiser show DOT com. The new shirts are in and should have been shipped. Latest is today so those will be arriving having to your house if we have the Hopi and made some and I don't I don't know if this is why this was like a special ron and embarrassed to say I don't remember taste of it but I guess somebody was mentioning something like I was speaking the Gospel or something and the and then the result of that was and he's sending a bunch which I'm GonNa give it to my kid's Christmas because I go to no expense for my children Some Braun Three sixteenths shirts that is available that is available black Johnny Sixteen over says thank you for giving us the rights to use that route. Yes thank you by Gary. That's through his great pro. Pick you up a nice comeback. A wonderful win for your Americans in the President's Cup in Australia. The highlight of the day for me was when when sands was interviewing tiger afterwards and prompted me to throw an email attacks right adam where tigers looks goes. Thanks Sandy was just so oh great thanks. I got some match ago watcher now So I would ask Michael. There's there's some players who did very well. We did well in the singles as everybody thought we would do. Well as expected did Dustin Johnson and Patrick Reed who had not been any good one in the singles. Gary Woodland didn't win singles. Sandie Shaw Fly. One Patrick can't lay those guys were good. They were good the entire tournament and they won Tony fee now who boil boy puts himself in a tremendous whole time after time and then gets out. Somehow we learn how to put on the back nine. Yeah he really does. So but but what I'm going to get to. Is this eldrick. Woods played in three matches and won the mall all won the mall In the two matches he played with Justin Thomas Jefferson. Thomas hit some great pots at the end but tiger carried those men and Thomas recognized as much Oh and tiger. Beat Abraham Abraham answer who was gritty. Who was the best player on the international squad and wanted a piece of tiger and went and said it'll be a great honor if he you got to play tiger and Tiger beat him? That was a very close match that went to the sixteenth hole. That was a very good match is tiger was the best player in the world right now. I after washing this tournament I would say yes. And you're seeing that. You're seeing the fatigue rust after the comeback and after the emotional first victory back after the first major back beginning to where off he understands what what is new body can do. He understands how to position himself for success that the takeaway for me and how he played is he wasn't out of position when he looked out of position. The announcers were smart. Enough to recognizing recognizing on the last hole when he beat answer sixteen he has the correct angle and he has the ability to shape the ball into the hole. This reminds you so much when he was dominant imminent at Augusta national where you're playing to the correct sides to get into position to make birdies and I think if you look at the way. He made comeback par putts with Thomas and by himself. You look at the nerves as to what should go when you're entering your mid forties and he's as steady over that as ever not i-it issue at the broadcast. I really didn't didn't like when it transitioned to Zinger. I thought Justin Leonard did a very good job with the early round coverage they talk about. How Tiger goes into a different zone? When he's focused in implying won't Johny slows down? He blinks slower. And you really saw that in the singles match the singles matches to me were. It's all about a wave of titus to. Where do you have your anchor points? Where you have secured secured points? The international side lost some of those secure points. The answer was sort of a punchers chance. He thought maybe gets the best of A. Maybe he gets a half. And that's going to be the emotional Oceana swing. It was Matt Ziama unable to really secure that full point That just sort of Venus. Yeah yeah well I mean. Tiger answer played great tiger. Didn't miss a PUTT. And on the sixteenth hole when he's going to win the match because his Birdie Putt goes in before it even goes in tigers going for his hat and walk couldn't answer because he know all our he knows it's going to go in. I just thought that based on and only three days I just I think tiger tiger is to be feared again feared again. And there's there is a interesting decision where he chooses to sit himself and this is where Zinger was loud and loud wrong saying when he was very critical decision at that point. This is for the early morning. four-ball in the for the foursome sessions. That afternoon any other coach would have been just attacked. Had he sat the best player and Tiger recognizes. We have a team. We have a system in place to win this. I don't need to go out in this right now and you ended ended up. Seeing the match was odd in that Thomson Fowler couldn't secure the full point even though they were five going into the back nine but that opening match is really what started the comeback and. I think it was necessary for tigers. Sit that so we could see the landscape and then he knew what he had to do in terms of going on getting that first point he knew he was going to put himself in the I. I Love Tiger after after he beats answering singers. Even recognizes to sandy going. Yeah maybe a little early with the hat and taking the hat off but We have to get to the Patrick read situation. I'm GonNa you mentioned the interview. Sands I'm GONNA mention His his other interview with Patrick read where he asks. This is an exhibition. It's a it's a the partnership between the toured the individuals. So there's a lot of trust. There is a fine line all the broadcasters half to walk in terms of their on air criticism of the talent of the players and I actually thought Sandy did a great job giving Patrick read the opening. Saying what have you learned in the last eight to nine days about yourself. What have you learned about golf? Regis bat predictable just totally walks past a going. Yeah just sort of learning how to play golf and and you know you gotta get the lead and take the lead and you're like you had the chance to just to say something that makes you a human diffuses situation. No America was already great. Michael all right get to something of course affects a lot of people sitting in this room. Yes the Georgetown Syracuse Basketball but says Nice. Nice weekend for Georgetown. Well they won. They won handily. Keenum assured on Chris now not keep my shirt on the they were up fifteen most of the second half they won by ten. What did you see the photograph that was circulating sentenced to tone? Yes I one of. My friends found that right before the game. I said I thought that it was possible that those people would would be on the other end of restraining orders by the seems to be going around the Georgetown cameras and I want to bring something up. Well two things one. If they himes kidding it'd make any points in the first-half Circus Might WanNa game. He had twenty five in the second half twenty five points. But here's the question is what not you make of this bay. I'm said Kinjo. This is a big story bay. I'm said of a Kinjo orbital shoot did make anybody better. They're better team without him right now. And why he never heard that. said they lost two games. Because we can go and remember despite my hatred of Syracuse Bay Heim I am in the thompsons. and and therefore ewing or very close. Yes so when behind says that. That's patch hatch. I read that as that is the view of Patrick Ewing. Patrick Ewing can't come out and say to you know you can't do that. No one will ever come to your school again. You bad mouth the transfer but that is Patrick Ewing and if you look back my friends of course did like a deep forensic dive into this when Georgetown lost. UNC Greensboro There was He says we have to stop. Were selfish right now. We have to stop being selfish and that that they have now they were assisting like they're getting assistant like six six six every six baskets or something and now it's way I mean they moved. They look better. They have without Scalpel Oklahoma state on the road. SMU On the Road Syracuse. At home they have seven scholarship players. 'cause they lost two on Friday but that debate come out of nowhere sort of. It's not as though they asked him. Really of incentives and by the way I want right sort of I watched that game They look good. Do you have any comments on the soccer. It's nice. I guess I just wanted to shout out my I friend. Dan Helfferich who played at Georgetown in now announces all that he's like the biggest Boston. DC of Deloitte but he also announces all the Games. He and another guy that I went to that I play basketball against in high school. Guy Named Tom. Green was a great college high school and College Athlete. They call the Radio Games for Jordan and they were there and they sent me a picture of them with the trophy this morning..

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"melbourne" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"melbourne" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Of melbourne and um mickey was a or b and you've seen it 70s now who's going back a long way he rose up to through the ranks held a number of uh efficient temperatures around the melbourne area and then became a archbishop of melbourne in nineteen ninety fix up here which he was then appointed as archbishop of it me most recently though he was brought over to the vatican to be the finance chief or the oh so he is one of the highest ranking officials within the vatican art so in the story it is said that he must appear in an australian court middle of july and there's no extradition agreements with the vatican yeah that's correct so he is voluntarily deciding to come back to australia because of the lack of an extradition treaty even voluntary um but he has been required to appear at the melbourne magistrates court on july eighteenth uh to face charges officially um so that's the mix example well he here we're speaking with rob stewart's wall street journal senior correspondents talking about cardinal george pell senior vatican official charged with multiple counts of sexual abuse that allegedly occurred in australia years ago he's the finance chief for pope francis of the story to that uh this is kind of his not his first brush with controversy what happened in ninety the three supported in court a convicted pedophile was that about uh yeah so he has been something of a very prominent figure but also there has been some controversy around him over the years while he wasn't australia there's a number of reasons for that thi uh he would have very orthodox kelly said conditions on social issues he he uh in two thousand seven printing to refuse communion to trillion lawmakers who voted for the bill allowing stemcell research operators nineteen ninety three when he was exemplary bishop or a melbourne uh that he appeared in court hearing in support of a convicted pedophile priest and is our tricia melbourne in 1926 he did oversee the church your response.

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