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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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Pro-Palestine activists are turning up at University of Melbourne classrooms and photographing students after asking for a show of hands to indicate who agrees with their views on the Israel-Gaza war. A teenager has been charged after allegedly attacking an Assyrian Christian bishop during a livestreamed service at a church in Sydney’s southwest af…
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Brittany Higgins will keep the $2.4m compensation payment she received from the government despite Justice Michael Lee finding the basis for her claim, that there had been a political cover up of her assault, was “untrue.” The family of schoolboy accused of the Sydney church stabbing say the teen was “religious but not a radical” and he is “extreme…
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Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has hinted that a brave Frenchman who faced off with a rampaging knifeman, who stabbed six people to death in Bondi Junction, on Saturday may jump the queue to become an Australian citizen. Woolworths CEO Brad Banducci has been threatened with jail time after refusing to answer questions about the supermarket chain’s…
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After one aborted, then abandoned, criminal trial and two successful out of court settlements Bruce Lehrmann was on Monday found to have raped Brittany Higgins. The Victorian government is pushing for a “substantial ­increase” for workers on minimum and award wages, well ahead of the “economically ­responsible” lift other states want amid warnings …
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Drug dealing would be virtually impossible for criminals without social media and apps like Meta-owned WhatsApp, with a new study finding 70 per cent of Australians use them to buy illicit substances. NSW households face paying at least $20 a year extra on their electricity bills after a blowout in the already massive cost of a new privately owned …
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In a devastating on-air moment, a Channel Seven veteran has announced the tragic death of Sunrise reporter Nathan Templeton. A $1 billion money laundering and tax evasion syndicate has been busted by the Australian Federal Police, who claim 1200 business were cashing in on the scheme. Security footage has captured the moments after a 21-year-old Ad…
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Host Andy Bellairs is joined by Sam Landsberger to talk about how six teams are already out of the running in the AFL and Josh Barnes to talk umpire decision clarity and how the Blues keep winning - when they're not playing that well. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Bởi Herald Sun
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The state government is looking at charging foreigners more to buy property in NSW, with Treasurer Daniel Mookhey declaring money from overseas investors should be directed to help “build new homes”. A large group of Hells Angels bikies charged over a joy ride have appeared in court, prompting a heavy police presence in Adelaide’s CBD. Double time …
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The man charged with murdering his ex-girlfriend, who was found dead in a burnt-out car near Ballarat, posted a tribute after her death saying he would “forever love you” and allegedly messaged friends claiming she had taken her own life. The owner of an e-scooter that allegedly set fire to a hotel room, causing hundreds of thousands of dollars wor…
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Students were shown pictures of adults who had undergone transgender transformation surgery, and incest and bestiality were discussed in an unsupervised sex-ed session in an Adelaide school. Former Seven producer Taylor Auerbach says that Bruce Lehrmann was reimbursed by the network for drugs and prostitutes during a night out which prompted him to…
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Australia’s next Governor-General will be a female corporate high-flyer with a long history of advocacy on gender, climate and Indigenous issues. A Queensland pumped hydroelectricity project slated to cut through the world’s platypus capital and furiously opposed by locals could balloon to $18bn – the state’s most expensive project ever. Bosses at …
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Former Liberal staffer Bruce Lehrmann’s defamation trial against Network Ten and presenter Lisa Wilkinson has been reopened at the 11th hour after sensational new evidence was presented to the Federal Court. Parents in Sydney’s booming northwest are being forced to make 90 minute round trips to pick up their children from their catchment primary sc…
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A motorcycle rider was killed in a crash during a police chase in Sydney’s inner west yesterday afternoon. A Caboolture mother claims Queensland Health failed her toddler, who is now brain-damaged and fighting for life in intensive care after contracting the usually harmless hand, foot and mouth disease. The Victorian Premier’s office is fighting t…
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Ex-Victoria Police chief commissioner Kel Glare says he is disgusted by footy’s secret “off the books” drug testing regime and called for the resignation of all AFL chiefs who had knowledge of its existence. The man accused of killing a real estate agent and seriously injuring her co-worker in a random daylight stabbing attack will have his case fa…
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About 100 current AFL players have been granted secret immunity from the AFL’s three-strike drugs policy. More than 90,000 new homes are stuck in the planning system, as young people are forced to flee NSW because they can’t find a place to live. South Australia's average wages have suffered cuts of more than seven per cent in past three years. A t…
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An IT worker at a Sydney high school has allegedy been busted with child abuse material after hacking the school’s computers in order to steal his colleagues’ credit card details. A former Melbourne Football Club doctor has sensationally ­admitted to conducting “off the books” illicit drug tests – ­allegedly authorised by the AFL – to help players …
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A Facebook whistleblower has warned about unregulated access to Meta platforms by Aussie kids. The family of a woman raped and killed by Jonathon Bakewell has called for an urgent inquiry as the killer is released again. Australian schools are facing a chronic shortage of qualified maths teachers. A legal fight over a cancelled Australian Grand Pri…
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Accused triple murderer mushroom cook Erin Patterson has been forced into a protected unit at a women’s maximum security prison alongside pedophile rapist school principal Malka Leifer, as fears mount for the mother of two’s safety. Video footage of protesters chanting anti-Israeli slogans with loudspeakers at a publicly-funded night markets in Syd…
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Millions in compensation will be paid to the ­Indigenous owners of a disused bowling club due to the Western Harbour Tunnel being built underneath it – while thousands of neighbouring property owners won’t receive a cent. A court has heard that a man accused of repeatedly raping his daughter while she was a pre-teen is the son of a veteran Sydney p…
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The Reserve Bank has abandoned talk of more rate hikes, as it `kept the official cash rate steady at a 12-year high of 4.35 per cent. Harrowing new details have emerged of allegations convicted wife killer Brian Earl Johnston repeatedly raped Kelly Wilkinson just weeks before her murder in Queensland. Electricity prices for South Australian custome…
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On this week's Herald Sun footy podcast, Jon Ralph talks through his query on Luke Beveridge's coaching style and why Dogs fans will be getting frustrated, and he also speculates on who could be the Tassie Devils' major player targets come their inaugural season in 2028. Also on the show, Dan Batten discusses the start of the Under 18 Coates League…
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Population growth fuelled by soaring migration is set to cut the amount of GST revenue coming to NSW by $80 per person next financial year, heaping pressure on the state government to fund hospitals, schools and roads with a decreasing share of Commonwealth cash. A beloved special forces soldier described by his squad mates as a loyal friend with a…
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Baby Boomers are happily spending during the cost-of-living crisis, while younger generations tighten their purse strings. Regional townships in NSW have been rebranded by the Bureau of Statistics, causing an uproar over the GST carve up. David Speirs has denied a threat to quit as SA Liberal leader if former cabinet minister Anne Ruston lost the t…
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As footy enters round one (not to be confused with Opening Round) plenty has already been said about the prospects of certain teams - and none more than Essendon. Josh Barnes spent some time at Bomberland this week and joined Andy Bellairs to chat about it. Also on the show, Chris Cavanagh is already getting into the swing of Under 18 and draft pro…
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Australia’s migration intake hit record numbers in January despite the Albanese government’s plan to slow the surge. A union boss is pushing for manslaughter charges to be brought against the owner of the Ballarat Gold Mine. A Chinese tourist has been found guilty of manslaughter over a botched boob job during which a Sydney beauty clinic manager d…
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All workers would have the right to request to work from home under a union push to provide more flexibility for carers of children and elderly parents. Kelly Wilkinson’s devastated loved ones called her killer Brian Earl Johnston “pure evil” as he was sentenced to life imprisonment on Wednesday. Violent incidents at regional NSW schools have incre…
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More than eight in 10 voters think that nicotine vapes should be sold in the same way as alcohol and tobacco. China issues an interim recommendation to abolish crippling tariffs on bottled wine. Malaysia looks poised to swoop on the 2026 Commonwealth Games. Queensland Premier Steven Miles and Opposition Leader David Crisafulli have gone head-to-hea…
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The son of an ex-AFL player had been under scrutiny over the murder of Samantha Murphy for more than a fortnight before police made their move. Former Labor MP Joel Fitzgibbon has told of his “heartbreak” at the death of his son who died after a parachute mishap during a 14,000ft training jump in Sydney’s west. Not one of the 111 frontline domestic…
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All community footballers could be forced to wear helmets in the near future, with a head protection trial being launched this season. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has revealed it is going to look at whether Compare the Market should have to change its name because so many of the insurance products it compares are sold by its …
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Hours after Sam Kerr revelled in scoring a historic FA Cup hat trick, the soccer superstar became entangled in an argument over a taxi fare that allegedly led to her “racially aggravated” abuse of a London police officer. More than 30 drivers fleeing bushfires were caught speeding after a camera was left operating in an emergency zone in Victoria’s…
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The footy is back and that means the Herald Sun footy podcast is back for 2024. Host Andy Bellairs is joined this week by Chris Cavanagh to chat about his list of the best 24 AFL players under the age of 24, and Scott Gullan - Mr Media Street himself joins the show to talk about the comprehensive commentators list for this year. See omnystudio.com/…
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The fight to replace former Prime Minister Scott Morrison in the seat of Cook got underway last night. A tent city’s emerged in QLD Premier Steven Miles’ electorate. Shocking footage of thugs armed with military rifles documents the escalation in Melbourne’s gangland violence. Tens of thousands of Adelaide homes are in the pipeline but the necessar…
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Mobile phone tower data identifying the movements of people in the area Samantha Murphy disappeared is expected to be key to the probe. New documents have revealed at least a dozen of the Queensland’s government’s signature major health projects have been delayed by up to 2½ years or been hit with cost blowouts. A regional South Australian council …
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