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We’re for Melbourne and Victoria, every day this podcast gives you the headlines of the day from the Herald Sun. You can listen on heraldsun.com.au, follow or subscribe wherever you get your podcasts and ask your smart speaker to "play the news from the Herald Sun" If you're looking for a more in depth analysis of today's news, search for our other daily news podcast The Splash wherever you get your podcasts
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The body of a woman, in her 50s, has been found inside a Sydney home with injuries so horrific that senior police officers described it as one of the worst crime scenes they had seen in years. Energy Minister Mick de Brenni has refused to take responsibility for the Callide Power Plant explosion, sensationally accusing CS Energy bosses of lying to …
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Josh Barnes joins the show today to discuss the final seven rounds, who wins and loses and who makes the eight - and who misses out.Also, in light of Max Gawn's injury, Josh and Andy Bellairs go through the teams still in contention and identify the player each team can least afford to lose through injury. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy in…
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On today's Herald Sun footy podcast, Andy Bellairs and Glenn McFarlane discuss where free agents would prefer to head - North Melbourne or St Kilda (and it's the blue and white that seems a more attractive prospect). Also, the umpires are the main point of footy conversation again so Macca delves into what impact AFL CEO Andrew Dillon's recent comm…
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Julian Assange will today start his new life as a free man with his wife and two young sons in Australia. The cost of dying is set to skyrocket in Victoria, with the Allan government considering introducing what has been panned as a “death tax by stealth”. CS Energy issued warnings that maintenance was being neglected at its plants just two years b…
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The widow of slain camper Russell Hill says she feared Greg Lynn would walk free, saying “an innocent person doesn’t get rid of the bodies”. Vape legalisation advocates say the Coalition could raise $510 million a year in tax revenue under its plan to regulate the sale of nicotine products through retailers like supermarkets or convenience stores. …
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Vapes will be made available at pharmacies without a prescription after the Albanese government struck a deal with the Greens that will soften a proposed retail ban on e-cigarettes. The boss of Australia’s anti-doping agency has warned that the AFL – and Australian sport more widely – is at a “crossroad” as a damning report identified “key issues” …
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A young girl who witnessed her mother’s alleged shooting murder is struggling to process the terrible tragedy, according to those close to the Mackay family. The Bicycle Bandit’s sentencing has been expedited after he expressed an intent to access his voluntary assisted dying kit – but one of his victims, who also has terminal cancer, says he deser…
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An eight-year-old boy took an illegal replica assault rifle to a Sydney school, forcing a class into lockdown and sparking a police investigation into how it ended up in the boy’s hands. Elite private schools are exempting poorly performing students from national NAPALN tests in a bid to improve their overall scores, a scathing academic report has …
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Dozens of rounds of live ammunition, police uniforms and bulletproof vests are in the hands of criminals after being stolen from cop cars during the Wakeley riot two months ago. Queensland homeowners missing mortgage repayments are at their highest level since the early pandemic, with hundreds of families at risk as $223m worth of home loans go int…
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Today on the show, host Andy Bellairs is joined by Glenn McFarlane to talk about the thing on everyone's lips in footy right now - contentious umpiring decisions. And are the Hawks the most exciting team in the AFL right now? Macca and Andy discuss the very real possibility of Hawthorn making the eight. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy infor…
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Former premiership-winning South Australian greyhound trainer Tony Rasmussen has been banned for life and fined a record $220,000 after being found guilty of a string of welfare and integrity charges. The Reserve Bank is set to pave the way for an upcoming interest rate rise when it concludes its board meeting on Tuesday afternoon amid a robust job…
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Opposition Leader John Pesutto has taken another swipe at the Allan government for failing to condemn union heavyweight John Setka’s savage attack on the AFL. Taxpayers were slugged more than $100,000 for an Australian delegation to attend the funeral of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Opposition Leader David Crisafulli has boldly declared Bris…
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A menacing attack by John Setka on AFL umpiring boss Stephen McBurney that included his image on a spoof “Wanted: Dead or Alive” poster has been slammed by anti-violence campaigners and the state opposition. Youth offenders have injured 137 people in six years by crashing cars they have stolen in aggravated burglaries. A NSW Police officer faked a …
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CFMEU boss John Setka has demanded the AFL sack its umpire boss, former building watchdog Stephen McBurney, or face delays on its league-related projects nationwide. In NSW, Disruption to Sydney’s light rail network for 24-hours on Wednesday could soon extend to the city’s trains and buses, the sector’s union has warned. Taxes on Queenslanders will…
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A former Labor minister has sided with families of Covid victims who feel outraged that Daniel Andrews was given the nation’s highest King’s Birthday honour – as polling shows 95 per cent of people don’t think he deserves it. Premier Steven Miles says today’s state budget will be the “best ever” despite it containing the second-largest deficit in a…
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Nine chairman Peter Costello has been captured on video pushing a journalist to the ground at Canberra Airport, after the former federal treasurer refused to answer the reporter’s questions relating to the rolling harassment scandal at the under-siege media company. Four years on from the deaths of Russell Hill and Carol Clay, the couple’s loved on…
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An encampment of rough sleepers has sprung up outside the Reserve Bank’s Martin Place offices as hundreds of people sleep on the street in the City of Sydney every night. Taxpayers are forking out $2 million a year to look after a intellectually disabled boy, but his care is still failing so catastrophically he has been the subject of more than 500…
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Devastated cruise passengers have reacted furiously to the closure of the iconic P&O Australia brand after a 92-year history and the loss of Aussie jobs. Victoria Police is being forced to fund daily operations with more than $100m saved from hundreds of staff vacancies. This is Queensland’s tactical blueprint for Selwyn Cobbo to shock the Blues. A…
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Following the Terror at Traeger Park, host Andy Bellairs is joined by Glenn McFarlane to talk what's next for the Demons and particularly the horribly out of form Harrison Petty. And Josh Barnes is back from a break to discuss the biggest blockbuster of the round, the Blues and Bombers on King's Birthday Eve. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy…
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Foreign citizens including New Zealanders and permanent residents from the UK, US, Canada and Pacific island nations will be able to join the Australian Defence Force in a move to tackle the nation’s military recruitment crisis. QLD Treasurer Cameron Dick has left the door open for tax changes on business and industry in next week’s state budget, b…
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A teenage boy who made the call for emergency services to help an unresponsive young girl in Adelaide who later died has recalled the incident in harrowing detail. Queensland monthly building approvals have dropped to 25 per cent below their 10-year average, with struggling families turning to measures such as “instant” homes to cope with the housi…
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Investigators have uncovered a phone while searching a dam for the body of missing Ballarat mother Samantha Murphy. Killer bus driver Brett Button was behaving oddly in the hours leading up to the Hunter crash which left 10 dead and 25 injured, boasting to wedding guests he could perform “donuts” and telling them “this bit’s going to be fun” as he …
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There was still no sign of a mother and baby more than 24 hours after a human placenta and umbilical cord were found on a Sydney riverbank as officials plead for the woman to take herself and her newborn to hospital. Heat sensors have been installed in the homes of teachers in a remote Queensland community – and the government has now also urged th…
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Facebook has become a thriving marketplace for black market merchants hawking everything from counterfeit cash, cloned credit cards and illegal firearms. A sexual harassment scandal has engulfed one of the country’s biggest retailers, implicating its CEO, and forcing the resignation of a senior executive. QLD Premier Steven Miles’ sensational call …
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Black market merchants peddling methamphetamine, ice and heroin are using Facebook posts promoting illegal vapes to funnel customers to websites and Telegram chats selling hard drugs. A new diabetes drug thought to be “better than Ozempic” will be trialled in Melbourne in a move researchers hope can help end global shortages. An Adelaide man has sh…
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SA Premier Peter Malinauskas’s push to ban children under 14 from social media has been bolstered by the US’s top doctor, who urged government action to tackle “a medical emergency among young people”. Aviation experts have begun an investigation into how a Singapore Airlines flight dropped more than a kilometre in less than a minute, leaving one m…
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Anthony Albanese has declared he will not go to the polls until he has broken the back of the cost-of-living crisis, saying he is committed to going the distance in his first term of government. A staggering 70 per cent of Queensland’s public hospital staff have been assaulted or witnessed violence at work a damning new survey has revealed, with wa…
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More than 60,000 of 80,000 failed asylum seekers still in the country have been allowed to remain here with full work and study rights. Patient prescriptions and private GP and healthcare provider information was among the data leaked in the major medical breach involving MediSecure. Victoria Police has rejected a recommendation to introduce nine-h…
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Almost 320,000 Australians have been unemployed for between two years and a decade despite living through the biggest jobs booms in Australia’s history. The University of Melbourne has warned pro-­Palestinian protesters occupying a major building on campus that it will send in police to break up their encampment because its “patience is now at an e…
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The daughter of missing camper Carol Clay has told a jury she was concerned her mother’s affair with Russell Hill would become public after their disappearance. Apartments could become more affordable in Brisbane under Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner’s plan to remove outdated minimum carparking requirements for new developments in high-density areas. A…
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