1200 ABC Riverina News 28-11-201411/28/14
The risk of failure of the Bethungra Dam downgraded from high to low ... Wagga's African community is hosting an awards night tomorrow to recognise those who've helped new residents settle into Australian life ... And a big works project about to...
ABC Central West & Western Plains News 1200 28/11/2014
Chloe Hart with ABC News The first Australian health workers will travel to West Africa today to help run an Ebola field hospital. A national report's found the number of young people behind bars is declining, but Aboriginal children are still making...
0830 ABC Riverina News 28/11/2014
Riverina disability service provider urges people with concerns about client abuse to speak up ... Senator John Madigan says Fairfax Media is starving regional papers to death ... Sunrice Chairman Gerry Lawson says he's chosen the perfect time to...
0730 ABC Riverina News 28-11-2014
Kurrajong Waratah calls for consistent national rules and criminal history checks on staff in the disabilty care sector ... A concerning report card on the Federal Government's Indigenous policies ... Wiradjuri language revival in the Riverina .......
0730 ABC South East News 28/11/2014
Stories heading this bulletin... A court lifts a suppression order naming a Bega Valley child sex offender. A woman indecently assaulted in an unprovoked attack at Batemans Bay. And... Bombala looks to a coastal shire as a possible amalgamation...
ABC News Western Plains & Central West 0730 28/11/14
Avani Dias with ABC News. A Young principal pleads guilty to child pornography posession Parkes council welcomes upgrades to the Newell Highway The first graduates of Dubbo's Aboriginal Language course Download audio
0630 ABC Riverina News 28/11/2014
ABC Riverina News Kurrajong Waratah says Yooralla report disturbing but it's not had any cases of abuse of vulnerable disabled clients... A former Wagga Christian brother jailed over assaults on boys ... A former Catholic school principal at Young...
ABC Central West News 1730 27/11/2014
Chloe Hart with ABC News A man has been sentenced to two years jail, for the one punch assault of an Orange teenager. Police are appealing for information over the theft of three firearms from a house at Bathurst. The Greens Party's announced its new...
Staff Association monitoring budget cut impact on local CSIRO sites
The CSIRO Staff Association says it holds concerns for the two CSIRO sites in our region. It says it is monitoring the impact of cuts on the Radio astronomy site at Narrabri and the Chiswick site between Armidale and Uralla. We spoke to Paul Girdler...
ABC Central West & Western Plains News 1200 27/11/2014
Chloe Hart with ABC News Police are concerned about armed thieves, after firearms were stolen from a Bathurst house. The Rural Doctors Association is calling for the government to abandon the G-P Co-Payment, as it'll hurt regional residents. The...
1200 ABC Riverina News 27-11-2014
The federal government pursues a GP "price signal" despite abandoning Medicare co-payment plan ... Hope for an ebola vaccine ... Concern university fee deregulation will reduce rural doctor numbers ... And the MDBA explains why it's allowing flooding...
The life and works of Francis Greenway
An English-born architect, transported to Australia for the crime of forgery, Francis Greenway is the subject of Alisdair McGregor's biography, A Forger's Progress. Working for New South Wales Governor Lachlan Macquarie, Greenway designed many of...
0830 ABC Riverina News 27/11/2014
Melinda Hayter with ABC Riverina News. The Sex Discrimination Commissioner not backing a Royal Commission into abuse at the Australian Defence Force Academy as yet, but says more needs to be done, ... a special facilitator to meet with the Leeton and...
ABC News Central West & Western Plains 0730 27/11/14
Avani Dias with ABC news Assurances that Dubbo's women's refuge is safe for victims of domestic violence A woman facing critical injuries after falling off the back of a ute at Oberon A mining company confident it can move beyond fines for water...
0730 ABC South East News 27/11/2014
The main stories in this bulletin... The cost of petrol goes under the microscope in the Eurobodalla It's business as usual for the Merimbula Bowling Club after a merger fails with the town's RSL And... A not so merry Christmas at Moruya after an...
0730 ABC Riverina News 27/11/2014
ABC Riverina News with Melinda Hayter. The Prime Minister accuses the Opposition of sabotaging sensible reform, after the revelation the GP copayment has been abandoned, ... the Leeton and Narrandera councils assuring local residents they'll be...
0630 ABC Riverina News 27/11/2014
Melinda Hayter with ABC Riverina News. The Australian Medical Association welcomes the federal government's decision to abandon the proposed $7 GP copayment, ... extradition of a man wanted over a murder at Young expected shortly, ... and Wagga Wagga...
ABC Central West News 1730 26/11/2014
Chloe Hart with ABC News Plans for a permenant road bypass of Cowra have taken a step forward. Young police are looking for two muscular men, who allegedly bashed a 67 year old fruit picker. Reports the continuity of culture of Indigenous Australians...
Tropfest is Australia's largest short film festival, it attracts a lot of attention from budding film makers. So to be short listed among the final 20 from more than 1000 entries in the Tropfest JUNIOR section is a pretty big deal. Walcha's historic...
Patricia Segui and Rod White live on 92.5 ABC Central Coast
We are so blessed to have more fantastic musicians on the Central Coast, per capita, than any other region in Australia. (official ABS stats!)lol. Rod White is a brilliant pianist and he teamed up with fabulous french singer/songwriter Patricia Segui...
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