ABC Central West & Western Plains 1200 News 23/7/1407/23/14
Australian Federal Police warn an Islamist preacher deported from the Philippines to stop espousing radical views The Western Local Health District reduces debt by encouraging people to use private health insurance more A project to extend the life of...
1200 ABC News 23/07/2014
Chloe Hart with ABC News. Vignerons are scratching their heads at a suggestion that their cellar doors should be paying a licence fee as part of government efforts to reduce alcohol-related harm... Firefighters have been praised for containing a fire...
Richard Roxburgh traces the steps of his ancestors
The search for his ancestors took an unexpected turn for actor Richard Roxburgh. Told to pack a bag for a temperature range between 7 and 30 degrees, actor Richard Roxburgh thought he was setting off for Scotland's spring time to search for his...
Hidden Gem: Flautist Rosie Gallagher
Do you know someone in Sydney or surrounding areas who you think should share their story on the radio? Perhaps you've got a neighbour who's a backyard inventor? A relative who's story always amazes? Or a friend who's an unsung hero? If so we'd love...
0830 ABC South East News 23-07-2014
More news and updates with John Leach... The member for Monaro, John Barilaro, won't be attending a meeting about controversial changes to the Bombala bus service, and... The state government will open condolence books for the public to pay tribute to...
0830 ABC Riverina News 23/07/2014
Melinda Hayter with ABC Riverina News. The Albury High School shut today after a fire overnight in its administration block, ... a man charged over almost 20 thefts around Hay and Deniliquin during the last two months, ... and the state's smallest...
0730 ABC Riverina News 23/07/2014
Melinda Hayter with ABC Riverina News. Residents of The Rock and Lockhart being warned it'll be at least another year, before the local council can move to start 'flood proofing' the towns, ... the Independent Education Union warns industrial action...
0730 ABC South East News 23/07/2014
Stories heading this bulletin... The downing of Malaysia Airline MH-17 casts a shadow over south east travel bookings The Federal Court rules on the use of an iconic high country geographical place name And... A call for emergency operation centres to...
ABC Western Plains news 23/7/14
*The western New South Wales health service dramatically reduces its budget deficit. *Catholic School teachers stop work over concerns about pay and conditions. *Dubbo council progresses VPAs with two major mine developments. Download audio
0630 ABC Riverina News 23/07/2014
ABC Riverina News with Melinda Hayter. The Lockhart Council admits it'll be fighting for state government funding to further develop local flood mitigation measures, ... calls for cellar-door wine sale operators to be spared from having to pay annual...
ABC Central West news 23/7/14
The western New South Wales health service dramatically reduces its budget deficit. Suggestions the Anglican Bathurst dioceses' money crisis may lead to new ways to worship in the Central West. Mudgee is one of the top three worst places in the state...
1730 ABC New England North West News 22/07/2014
Tim Lamacraft has the evening News... In this bulletin, a meeting with New South Wales Premier Mike Baird has buoyed the spirits of a Tamworth mother looking for state support on decriminalising medicinal marijuana; a Wee Waa farmer says she's...
1730 ABC News 22/07/2014
ABC Riverina News with Chloe Hart. The company interested in developing the Riverina Intermodal Freight and Logistics Hub says it'll carry out a feasibility study into the project, before commiting to it... A group representing families in isolated...
2014 Brass Bloke Graeme Irwin on local education & personal loss
2014 Brass Bloke Graeme Irwin - (Photo by Justin Worboys Photography) Recently, Lifeline Hunter awarded its 2014 Brass bloke award to local educator Graeme Irwin, who has a major impact on education in the Hunter. After setting up St Philip's...
1200 ABC New England North West News 22/07/2014
Tim Lamacraft has the midday News... In this bulletin, a Wee Waa farmer is concerned water and health issues haven't been given enough consideration, following the approval of the next phase of the Santos Narrabri gas project; a number of people have...
Rosie, the Little Knitted Duck
A little yellow duck has been found in a cafe in Armidale. It is hand knitted and designed to raise awareness about organ and bone marrow donation. Prudence Campbell from the Prue and Olive Cafe chatted to us on the Morning Show about this gorgeous...
0830 ABC New England North West News 22/07/2014
Kerrin Thomas brings you the morning News... In this bulletin, the President of Local Government New South Wales is encouraging local councils across the state to lodge submissions on a proposed price hike to the cost of public lighting maintenance; a...
0730 ABC New England North West News 22/07/2014
Kerrin Thomas has the morning News... In this bulletin, a corruption inquiry has heard allegations a former University of New England Chancellor engaged in misconduct in public office over the sale of a hotel; Inverell's Bindaree Beef is one step...
1200 ABC New England North West News 21/07/2014
Kerrin Thomas has the midday News... In this bulletin, two investigators from the Australian Transport Safety Bureau will fly to Europe today to help with the inquiry into the Malaysia Airlines tragedy; Aboriginal Elders and their community have today...
0830 ABC New England North West News 21/07/2014
Kerrin Thomas brings you the morning News... In this bulletin, a corruption inquiry into the former chancellor of the University of New England is due to start in Sydney today; BHP Billiton says it will only develop its Caroona Coal Project on the...
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