1200 ABC News 01/04/201503/31/15
ABC News with Melinda Hayter. Green M-P David Shoebridge believes the state government is failing when it comes to helping Aboriginal children, ... Deakin University recruits CSIRO's last three irrigation researchers in Griffith, from a site earmarked...
0830 ABC Central West & Western Plains News 01/04/2015
Chloe Hart with ABC News A supreme court trial will head to the outskirts of Bathurst to investigate Andrew Russell's murder. Police in Western NSW say there's a large number of people dealing and using the drug ice in rural communities. The Greens...
0830 ABC Riverina News 01/04/2015
Melinda Hayter with ABC Riverina News. The New South Wales Law Society backs a campaign to save Balranald court sittings, ... Snowy Hydro rules out opening Jounama Dam at Talbingo for recreational use, ... and NSW Health to fund a free shot against...
0730 ABC South East News 01/04/2015
Stories leading this bulletin... A high country ski resort to get a new owner Discussion opens on flood problems at the Bega Valley's biggest tourist town And... The south east's farm production features at the Sydney Royal Easter Show Good morning....
0730 ABC Central West & Western Plains News 01/04/2015
Chloe Hart with ABC News A murder victim's home, old mine shafts and a rubbish tip are being investigated as a supreme court trial continues in Bathurst. Two witnesses have told a court the load on a truck which killed a Bathurst woman was unsecured....
0730 ABC Riverina News 01/04/2015
ABC Riverina News with Melinda Hayter. Relief in the Riverina drug and alcohol treatment sector, with funding extended until June next year, ... the state Law Society president claims federal guarantees to maintain legal aid funding are welcome but...
0630 ABC Central West & Western Plains News 01/04/2015
Chloe Hart with ABC News A manslaughter trial after a fatality involving a car and a truck has heard the truck's load wasn't properly secured. Two people will face the Supreme Court in Sydney today, over the murder of a Dubbo man in 2013. It's hoped...
0630 ABC Riverina News 01/04/2015
Melinda Hayter with ABC Riverina News. The Assistant Health Minister, Fiona Nash, announces a 12 month extension in drug and alcohol treatment funding for about 160 organisations nationally, ... it's unclear what the future is for council run 'Home...
1200 ABC News 31/03/2015
Melinda Hayter with ABC News. A 27-year-old woman arrested following multiple police raids on a family day care provider and other properties in Albury and Wodonga, ... a factory at Young fined more than $80,000 for producing a 'fine, white dust' for...
Man in his 90s rescues neighbour from burning home
A man aged in his 90s has rescued his neighbour from her burning home in Woy Woy. Inspector Chris Bishop, Duty Commander NSW Fire & Rescue Central Coast, tells 92.5's Scott Levi the story. Download audio
0830 ABC Riverina News 31/03/2015
Melinda Hayter with ABC Riverina News. Coolamon's Mayor believes the old Ardlethan tin mine is so big it could take landfill from Sydney for 50 or 60 years, ... the operator of the Leeton Golf Course claims not being able to sell beer is costing the...
0730 ABC Riverina News 31/03/2015
ABC Riverina News with Melinda Hayter. A proposed dump for Sydney waste at Ardlethan receives early support, ... unions say people using airports, ports, Centrelink and Medicare offices will face delays due to ongoing industrial action, ... and a...
ABC Western Plains and Central West news 31/03/15
Murder trial told Bathurst man Andrew Russell was punched, "crawled like a caterpillar" and died. Regional Express airlines wants tighter cockpit security measures. The Dubbo Mayor rolls out the prospect of an organic bin. Download audio
0730 ABC South East News 31/03/2015
Stories heading this bulletin... The airline service the far south coast calls for stricter cockpit laws than those being imposed by the Government Investigation under way in to a fatal car accident in the Bega Valley And... A former broadcaster to...
0630 ABC Riverina News 31/03/2015
Melinda Hayter with ABC Riverina News. Regional airline, Rex, wants the Federal Government's cockpit security change to go further, ... optimism about finally rehabilitating the Ardlethan tin mine, with a proposal to fill it with Sydney waste, ... and...
Letter to the Inner Circle - Graham Long
Each week Graham Long from the Wayside Chapel shares his Letters to the Inner Circle. In these letters, Graham shares his personal experiences with those he meets at the Wayside Chapel. They're always beautiful, candid, and insightful. This week's...
Pat Corrigan discusses the art of Mrs Gabori
Businessman Pat Corrigan has been an art collector and philanthropist for more than four decades. A book lover, Corrigan also owns Newtown's Better Read Than Dead bookshop. Corrigan has just published his third book, a collection of some truly amazing...
1200 ABC News 30/03/2015
Melinda Hayter with ABC News. Member elect for Cootamundra, Katrina Hodgkinson, not saying much about her chances of retaining her role as Primary Industries Minister in the new Baird Government, ... a Holbrook man manages to get his five children out...
1200 ABC Central West & Western Plains News 30/03/2015
Chloe Hart with ABC News A murder trial's heard a witness was shown an image of the victim with two black eyes & a blood stained bed, at his Bathurst home in 2009. The Premier Mike Baird is today discussing which Central West politicians will take up...
0830 ABC Central West & Western Plains News 30/03/2015
Chloe Hart with ABC News Voters across the region have re-endorsed the National Party at the state election. Police say a woman who's been missing from the Central West for more than 15 years, dropped off the radar. 100 trees will form a lasting...
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