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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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United States

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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 04/12/2014

12/3/2014
Stories leading this bulletin.... A far south coast child sex offender faces having his bail revoked after complaints by the State Attorney General. A Monaro main jailed for nine years for an armed robbery in the ACT. And... The Nurses Union and Bega MP clash over the future of the...

Duration:00:08:03

0730 ABC Riverina News 04/12/2014

12/3/2014
ABC Riverina News with Melinda Hayter. A Griffith man to front court this morning on a murder charge after the death of a woman last week, ... the head of a Riverina council group unconvinced the state's Fit for the Future reforms will mean an end to rate pegging, ......

Duration:00:05:47

ABC Central West & Western Plains 0630 News 04/12/2014

12/3/2014
Chloe Hart with ABC News Police have arrested a man after two bodies were discovered at a Cobar home overnight. New statistics reveal the Central West is the only regional town that has had an increase in crime over the past two years. An Orange teacher travelling to Gallipoli for...

Duration:00:05:14

0630 ABC Riverina News 04/12/2014

12/3/2014
Melinda Hayter with ABC Riverina News. A Griffith man charged with murder after the death of a woman in the city last week, ... the Tumut Mayor cals for tolerance after the anonymous drop off of anti-Muslim pamphlets in local letterboxes, ... and the owner of a Young furniture store,...

Duration:00:05:07

ABC Central West 1730 News 03/12/2014

12/3/2014
Chloe Hart with ABC News Police say they can't reveal why they now believe a fire at an Oberon abattoir was deliberately lit. Researchers are at Bathurst's Mount Panorama tagging the final kangaroos to examine human and animal co-existence. Christmas cheer is spreading across the region including on the roads...

Duration:00:04:59

1730 ABC Riverina News 03/12/2014

12/3/2014
Craig Field weeps at his murder trial ... NBN Co refusing to give hope the Riverina will receive fast broadband any sooner ... More disturbing suicide statistics ... And the Cross Border Commissioner's call for more action on border anomolies. Download audioDownload 1730 ABC Riverina News 03-12-2014

Duration:00:04:59

GET FACT! with John Barron

12/2/2014
The final GET FACT for 2014* - Where we look back on the best facts of...2014. *Brought to you by John Barron from the ABC's Fact Checking Department, in conjunction with James Valentine from 702 ABC Sydney Afternoons. Download audio

Duration:00:13:56

ABC Central West & Western Plains 1200 News 03/12/2014

12/2/2014
Chloe Hart with ABC News Police are investigating an aggravated break and enter at the home of an Orange family. The Western Local Health District's hopes the model of a birthing unit at Bourke will be up and running in a year. Eight students and two teachers from the Central...

Duration:00:04:58

1200 ABC Riverina News 03/12/2014

12/2/2014
NBN Co says no to Wagga mayor's plea over rollout plan for the Riverina ... Experts test their response to the threat of a foot and mouth outbreak ... Stock routes west of Darlington Point to close to new mobs from Sunday week ... And a crackdown on rorts on...

Duration:00:04:58

Homies with Tony Murphy, Ted Riddle and Polyurethan Glue

12/2/2014
An experiment today on the homies - solving Tony Murphy's problem - polyurethane glue on his hands - which he can not get off! We spent the first half of the program on it and the calls would NOT stop coming. Listen back to see what I mean. Download audio

Duration:00:52:44

0730 ABC South East News 03/12/2014

12/2/2014
Stories making news this morning... An upgrade due for completion today on a far south coast highway horror stretch Better policing seen as the reason for a drop in youth crime in the south east And... The National Parks and Wildlife Service says there's no magic bullet to control wild...

Duration:00:07:40

ABC News Western Plains 0630 3/12/14

12/2/2014
Avani Dias with ABC News A woman sentenced for breaking a police officer's nose at Brewarrina The future of far west councils determined Hopes extra funding will attract more visitors to The Dubbo Stampede Download audio

Duration:00:04:54

0830 ABC Riverina News 03/12/2014

12/2/2014
Melinda Hayter with ABC Riverina News. Experts from state agencies to be asked to help far west councils come up with a new model of governance, ... Daryl Maguire says the new Wagga Wagga Base Hospital is being built to expand easily in future, ... and Murrumbidgee Irrigation warning that...

Duration:00:05:31

0730 ABC Riverina News 03/12/2014

12/2/2014
ABC Riverina News with Melinda Hayter. Police continuing to investigate the Hunt family murder suicide near Lockhart in September, ... the Education Minister vowing to press on with the Federal Government's plan to deregulate universities, despite the Senate rejecting it, ... and it could be more than a year before...

Duration:00:05:59

ABC Central West News 0730 3/12/14

12/2/2014
Melanie Pearce with ABC News The first taskforce meeting in Lithgow's bid to revive its economy A man refused bail charged over a furniture store fire at Young More than one albino wallaroo discovered at Bathurst's Mount Panorama Download audio

Duration:00:04:58

0630 ABC Riverina News 03/12/2014

12/2/2014
Melinda Hayter with ABC Riverina News. Police appealing for public help as they investigate the suspicious death of a Griffith woman, ... the Australian Energy Regulator rejects an Essential Energy bid to dramatically increase public lighting costs, ... and a major biosecurity exercise in Wagga Wagga to help plan for...

Duration:00:05:15

ABC Central West 1730 News 02/12/2014

12/2/2014
Chloe Hart with ABC News Oberon's Mayor says workers at the town's abattoir are shattered to be out of work, after a fire overngiht. Water security in Parkes and Peak Hill is set to improve thanks to $2 million upgrade. The untapped history of the 'Cherry Capital' of Australia will...

Duration:00:05:00

Domestic violence victim speaks out

12/1/2014
Did you buy a white ribbon to help stop violence against women? With the 16 Days of Activism Against Violence Against Women coming to an end next Wednesday (December 10) we thought we’d share the story of local women Nicole who was pregnant with her first child when the violence...

Duration:00:08:10

ABC Central West & Western Plains News 1200 02/12/2014

12/1/2014
Chloe Hart with ABC News Independent Senator Jacqui Lambie is putting pressure on her fellow crossbenchers to vote against the Government's higher education overhaul. RFS is investigating if lightning caused a blaze at the Oberon abattoir blaze. NSW councils will be able to increase rates by a maximum of 2.4...

Duration:00:05:00

1200 ABC Riverina News 02/12/2014

12/1/2014
Homicide police investigatate suspicious death in Griffith ... Craig Field gives evidence at his murder trial ... Wagga City Council told to monitor a quarry operating outside its conditions of consent ... Tumut's mayor seeks assurances on ABC emergency coverage ... And 550 submissions to be assessed on the Wiradjuri...

Duration:00:05:00