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It is the perfect way to start your day, with just the right mix of warmth, intelligence and humour.

It is the perfect way to start your day, with just the right mix of warmth, intelligence and humour.
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It is the perfect way to start your day, with just the right mix of warmth, intelligence and humour.

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English


Episodes

0730 ABC South East News 21/04/2015

4/20/2015
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Stories leading this bulletin... A Sydney court hears differing medical arguments over a confessed Bega Valley pedophile The far south coast takes a beating from heavy seas And... A south east suicide prevention group calls for more help to assist young people going through tough times Good morning. Its 7.30....

Duration:00:07:08

ABC Central West 0730 news 21/04/15

4/20/2015
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The wet and windy weather has left the Central West largely undamaged. Orange council criticised for not factoring in affordable housing as part of the redevelopment of the old hospital site. A disused Goulburn mine closer to reopening. Download audio

Duration:00:04:59

0730 ABC Riverina News 21/04/2015

4/20/2015
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ABC Riverina News with Melinda Hayter. Expressions of interest to farm parts of the Nimmie Caira region near Hay not expected to happen for months, ... an inquest to get underway at the Griffith Courthouse today into the death of a 12 year old girl from a severe asthma attack,...

Duration:00:05:12

0630 ABC Riverina News 21/04/2015

4/20/2015
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Melinda Hayter with ABC Riverina News. Delays continue on the big New South Wales water saving project near Hay - the Nimmie Caira, ... the state moving ahead with selling the Grong Grong school, despite residents claims the town is growing, ... and a Tumut man been caught dumping rubbish...

Duration:00:04:59

Letter to the Inner Circle: Wayside Chapel

4/20/2015
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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. Download audio

Duration:00:06:42

1200 ABC Riverina News 20/04/2015

4/19/2015
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NSW Premier Mike Baird says the state's new Aboriginal Affairs Minister Leslie Williams will be a powerful advocate for Indigenous residents after concerns raised by deputy Labor leader Linda Burney ... Fairfax confirms 23 jobs to go at the Border Mail ... And smiles in Balranald Shire after the first...

Duration:00:04:58

0830 ABC Central West News 20/04/2015

4/19/2015
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Chloe Hart with ABC News An inquest is due to start today into the death of a missing person at Mudgee, 36 years ago. The NSW Aboriginal Affairs Minister says she'll begin travelling the state in the coming weeks to learn about priorities in communities. Residents continue to mourn the...

Duration:00:04:59

0830 ABC Riverina News 20/04/2015

4/19/2015
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Melinda Hayter with ABC Riverina News. Another community gathering in Leeton tomorrow to help residents support one another after the death of teacher, Stephanie Scott, ... the state's new Aboriginal Affairs Minister to begin travelling the state in the coming weeks to learn about priorities in communities, ... and victims...

Duration:00:05:18

0730 ABC Central West News 20/04/2015

4/19/2015
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Chloe Hart with ABC News Students at Leeton High School, where murdered former Canowindra resident Stephanie Scott worked, will return to classes tomorrow. An inquest is due to begin today into the death of a missing Mudgee man. Police are appealing for information after an armed robbery in Orange. Download...

Duration:00:04:59

0730 ABC South East News 20/04/2015

4/19/2015
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Stories leading this bulletin... The Eurobodalla Shire releases its rural lands strategy for public comment The Eden-Monaro Federal MP speaks out about the push to increase the GST And... An innovative scheme by the region's Rugby League clubs to keep young people on the right side of the law. Good...

Duration:00:06:48

0730 ABC Riverina News 20/04/2015

4/19/2015
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ABC Riverina News with Melinda Hayter. The mother of the man accused of murdering Stephanie Scott, asks Leeton's mayor to pass on her sincere condolences to the teacher's family, ... a Griffith couple to front a Senate inquiry in Canberra today to argue for more equity in the Pharmaceutical Benefits...

Duration:00:05:19

0630 ABC Central West News 20/04/2015

4/19/2015
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Chloe Hart with ABC News Police want to speak with two men about an armed robbery in Orange. Labor's Aboriginal Affairs spokeswoman has questioned the Coalition's new recruit in the portfolio. Rural communities are being urged to reach out to drought affected farmers. Download audio Download 0630 ABC Central West...

Duration:00:04:59

0630 ABC Riverina News 20/04/2015

4/19/2015
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Melinda Hayter with ABC Riverina News. An 18-year-old Collingullie woman dies in a weekend accident on the Sturt Highway, ... the Leeton Mayor offers his support to the family of the man accused of murdering local teacher, Stephanie Scott, saying they're also victims, ... and releases from Burrinjuck Dam to...

Duration:00:05:03

Sunday Brunch with Russell Guy

4/18/2015
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Russell Guy is one of the original Double J presenters, famous for his radio play 'What's Rangoon to you is Grafton to me." His latest novel is 'Dry Crossing' - a story of a guitarist in an Aboriginal rock band. What's fascinating about Russell is that he has no fixed...

0830 ABC New England North West News 18/04/2015

4/17/2015
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Kevin Rigby brings you the morning News... In this bulletin, the Mayor of Liverpool Plains Shire is calling on both the State and Federal governments for assistance for farmers around Spring Ridge, Wallabadah and Warrah as the drought situation there worsens, the Federal Member for New England says he's aware...

Duration:00:05:09

0730 ABC New England North West News 18/04/2015

4/17/2015
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Kevin Rigby has the morning News... In this bulletin, the Mayor of Liverpool Plains Shire says it's time his shire was drought-declared, as many farmers are facing another season without income, a medical trainees' group has welcomed a governance change for GP training providers in regional NSW, the head of...

Duration:00:05:00

1200 ABC New England North West News 17/04/2015

4/17/2015
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Johannah McOwan brings you the midday News... In this bulletin, NSW Police say new information has revealed missing toddler William Tyrrell may have been abducted by someone with links to a suspected paedophile ring, a record crowd of up to 80,000 is expected to attend Anzac Day commemorative services in...

Duration:00:04:56

0830 ABC New England North West News 17/04/2015

4/17/2015
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Johannah McOwan has the morning News... In this bulletin, farmers in the Walgett Shire say they're living through the worst drought in living memory, as the region continues to go without any significant rainfall for the third consecutive year, the latest report from the New South Wales Bureau of Crime...

Duration:00:04:57

0730 ABC New England North West News 17/04/2015

4/17/2015
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Johannah McOwan brings you the morning News... In this bulletin, new statistics from the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research shows domestic violence continues to be a major problem across the New England North West, the former Labor candidate for Barwon says the party could have done more in...

Duration:00:04:47

1200 ABC New England North West News 16/04/2015

4/17/2015
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Johannah McOwan has the midday News... In this bulletin, the full report into the mental health sector has been revealed, recommending a major shake-up of services with a greater emphasis on prevention, early intervention and recovery, the Social Services Minister Scott Morrison is trying to increase pressure on Labor to...

Duration:00:04:59