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Notre Dame College practices social distancing

Notre Dame College practices social distancing

Notre Dame College are encouraging the community to undertake social distancing, with staff and students putting together a video showing what to be mindful of.
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Mc Pherson Media
Harry Trevaskis' family host drive-by birthday party

Harry Trevaskis' family host drive-by birthday party

A convoy of cars driving past a house is not your usual birthday party. But for Harry Trevaskis, who turned seven on Wednesday, it was just the thing to make him smile.
1min
Mc Pherson Media
Med Con Shepparton

Med Con Shepparton

Ray Stockwell of Med-Con Pty. Ltd Shepparton is a local mask manufacturer meeting demand during the Coronavirus Pandemic with the continued help local employees and the army.
1min
Mc Pherson Media
drone

drone

The drone delivery from the neighbours
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Mc Pherson Media
Truck almost sheds load

Truck almost sheds load

A truck on the Benalla- Yarrawonga Rd almost loses a load of hay. Nov 30, 2018.
1min
Mc Pherson Media
Maslin Beach

Maslin Beach

Following a day in the life of a famous nudist beach, Maslin Beach is a film about crazy people involved in crazy misunderstandings and romantic squabbles, on a naked and hilarious search for the meaning of life... and love.
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AusIntPic
Trump tells Americans: "Use a scarf"

Trump tells Americans: "Use a scarf"

U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday hailed his task force's mitigation measures to 'slow the spread' coronavirus, but stopped short of calling on Americans to wear face masks pending CDC guidance. Trump told those concerned to "use a scarf." Gavin
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Reuters
Blackwell bucks sparring

Blackwell bucks sparring

Blackwell bucks sparring
1min
Mc Pherson Media
Japanese ‘Michael Jordan’ shoots three-pointers at the age of 74!

Japanese ‘Michael Jordan’ shoots three-pointers at the age of 74!

A 74-year-old Japanese man has been dubbed Okinawa's Michael Jordan for his rare ability to shoot three-pointers without missing. Zenko Miyagi started only 24 years ago, in the age of 50 and since then has become a local basketball legend for his...
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Ruptly
IDW, Day Three

IDW, Day Three

Day Three of International Dairy Week took place on Tuesday, January 21.
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Mc Pherson Media
Dog and Gun review

Dog and Gun review

Dog and Gun review
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Mc Pherson Media
Super school protest

Super school protest

Super school protest
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Mc Pherson Media
Doug Ford won’t commit to future of full-day kindergarten

Doug Ford won’t commit to future of full-day kindergarten

Ontario’s premier won’t guarantee that full-day kindergarten will last beyond the next school year. Education consultations by Doug Ford’s government are also looking at possibly removing class-size caps for primary grades.
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Canadian Press
Echuca grandmother attacked

Echuca grandmother attacked

An Echuca grandmother had her bag stolen outside her front door tonight.
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Mc Pherson Media
PSG and Brazil superstar Neymar denies Paris rape allegations

PSG and Brazil superstar Neymar denies Paris rape allegations

Paris St Germain and Brazil international Neymar has denied allegations by an unidentified woman that he raped her in Paris last month.
Euronews
House prices rise for second month: ASX tracking 0.1 lower at noon

House prices rise for second month: ASX tracking 0.1 lower at noon

01 Aug 2019 - The ASX opened lower and rallied through the morning to stand at 0.1% lower at noon. Nufarm (ASX:NUF) shares rose in early trade after a $97.5m share placement plan apparently offset the impact of a drought-related earnings downgrade...
Finance News Network
Celebrity Closeup: Aaron Taylor-Johnson

Celebrity Closeup: Aaron Taylor-Johnson

British actor Aaron Taylor-Johnson has been performing since he was just a kid, booking his first commercial at the age of 6.
Cover Media
London Set To Get The World's First 360-Degree Infinity Pool On Top Of A Skyscraper

London Set To Get The World's First 360-Degree Infinity Pool On Top Of A Skyscraper

London is set to get the world's first 360-degree infinity pool... on top of a 55-storey skyscraper.
Cover Media
Mal Whyte's Port of Echuca

Mal Whyte's Port of Echuca

Mal Whyte tells us about his legacy with the Port of Echuca.
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Mc Pherson Media
Four men jailed after killing woman with stolen lorry

Four men jailed after killing woman with stolen lorry

Four men who were in an out-of-control stolen lorry which killed a pedestrian as it ploughed into three cars and a house have been given jail sentences of between 10-and-a-half and 13 years. The men were sentenced following the death of mother-of...
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Press Association
Rockin’ through recess! Chinese kids give BREAKdancing a new meaning

Rockin’ through recess! Chinese kids give BREAKdancing a new meaning

At Xi Guan Primary School in China's Shanxi province, students have a very different way of spending their breaks between classes. Guided by their teachers and school principal, they use their time off to shuffle dance. According to the school's 4...
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Ruptly
Buy Me - Selling for Dad

Selling for Dad

Claudine's father is in a seniors' residence, but enjoys his weekly visits back to his home where he can be amongst his things. To make it easier, Claudine plans to sell her home, and move back to her parent's place.
Beyond
Emergency workers on scene of Lagos building collapse

Emergency workers on scene of Lagos building collapse

Members of the Nigerian Red Cross and National Relief Agency (Nema) work to free victims following the collapse of a four-storey building in a densely-populated area of Lagos. It is believed that at least 10 young children who were attending a nur...
1min
AFP
Arcadia Australia Day

Arcadia Australia Day

Arcadia Australia Day presentation and breakfast.
1min
Mc Pherson Media
Utopia Girls

Utopia Girls

Historian-presenter Dr Clare Wright tells the story of the extraordinary women who rose above the hardships and inequalities of late 19th century life to win for Australian women both the right to vote and stand for parliament.
ABC
In A League Of Their Own - In A League of Their Own - Part 2

In A League of Their Own - Part 2

Follows the fortunes of the first all-Aboriginal Australian Rules football team to enter a mainstream AFL-affiliated competition.
Ronin
Swedish teen climate activist leads rally in Germany

Swedish teen climate activist leads rally in Germany

Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg who has sparked school strikes worldwide against global warming joins thousands of students in Hamburg, urging them to stay angry and fight for change.
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AFP
Ghanaian pastor sells 'holy oil', claiming it protects against coronavirus

Ghanaian pastor sells 'holy oil', claiming it protects against coronavirus

Controversial Ghanaian cleric Bishop Daniel Obinim is reportedly selling "holy oil" which he claims will protect people from contacting the deadly coronavirus.
Independent Media
Leyland's Australia - Burra To Berri

Burra To Berri

After visiting Burra in South Australia the Leylands take a houseboat trip on the Murray River.
Viewlorium
Shepparton United Soccer Club Champions

Shepparton United Soccer Club Champions

Shepparton United Soccer Soccer Club have won the 2018 Mens Division 1 and the Women's Championships.
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Mc Pherson Media
Idris Elba's new bride hints he has a foot fetish

Idris Elba's new bride hints he has a foot fetish

Sabrina Elba has revealed her Hollywood husband Idris has a penchant for feet.
Cover Media
Big Dreamers

Big Dreamers

Tully was a prosperous sugar producing - and very wet - North Queensland town until Brazil dumped its sugar stockpile on the global market. So then someone proposed building The World's Biggest Gumboot in honour of Tully's record rainfall.
ABC
The Lead - February 22

The Lead - February 22

Tonight on The Lead, hundreds of school students from Echuca-Moama and Girgarre learnt vital water safety skills on Tuesday as part of Life Saving Victoria’s Open Water Learning Experience program.
1min
Mc Pherson Media
echuca stolen boats press conference

echuca stolen boats press conference

Detective Sergeant Marcus Boyd press conference about recovery of stolen boats.
1min
Mc Pherson Media
Erotic photos make debut at Paris fair

Erotic photos make debut at Paris fair

The 22nd edition of Paris Photo, the largest photography fair in the world, opens at the Grand Palais in Paris, with 'Curiosa', a brand new section dedicated to erotic images.
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AFP
Backpacker Steve Hanisch visits Lofoten

Backpacker Steve Hanisch visits Lofoten

Freezing and charming at the same time: a journey through northern Norway. Globetrotter Steve Hanisch explores the Lofoten islands, including isolated Fjords, fishing villages and the world's best cinnamon buns.
Deutsche Welle
Brown bear alert in Transylvania

Brown bear alert in Transylvania

Some Romanian politicians are demanding an end to the ban on hunting brown bears. There've been several fatal attacks on people over the past few months. But animal-rights activists say the hunting ban should stay in place and say the victims reac...
Deutsche Welle
Tiger snake vs brown snake

Tiger snake vs brown snake

NANNEELLA’S Liz Williams had only seen one snake this summer but said that all went out the window on Friday night. When she witnessed a fight to the death between an Eastern Brown snake and a Tiger snake – in her backyard. Liz said not only did the snakes fight, once the Brown had killed the Tiger it proceeded to eat it. “It was amazing, I didn’t even know they would fight like that, let alone eat one another,” Liz said. “My niece posted some video of the event and I learnt there was a real contrast in people’s reactions – from fascination to fear,” she said. “Half the people who saw our post said they would not be visiting us again.” Liz said there was plenty of water – and frogs – on their property which appeal to the snakes but also means they leave people alone. “I would not usually call a snake catcher for a snake sighting but Merrigum’s Craig Bergman came and when he arrived said he hadn’t seen that before in 20 years in his line of business. “I had assumed the Tiger should have won but Craig told me the Brown will always come out on top. “As the brownie hadn’t finished his meal, Craig very carefully and slowly lifted them into his bag.” Craig rang later to report with only a few centimetres to go the Brown snake must have decided the meal was too big and regurgitated it. He said the Eastern Brown was about 125cm and the Tiger about 100cm.
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Mc Pherson Media
Vaccination

Vaccination

Vaccines work by exploiting the immune system’s memory. UNICEF has warned that conflict, complacency and the growing anti-vaccine movement threatens to undo decades of work to tame the disease measles.
AFP
Miracles - Miracle in the Storm

Miracle in the Storm

In 2007, German paraglider Ewa Wisnierska creates history as she survives one of the most harrowing encounters with the fury of nature's elemental power. She is sucked into a massive thunderstorm and pulled up to 10,000 metres, cruising.
ABC
Gigi Hadid feels 'guilt' over privileged background

Gigi Hadid feels 'guilt' over privileged background

Gigi Hadid feels "big guilt" over her privileged upbringing, and so works herself even harder to "honour" her parents for the work they did to give her a head start.
Bang Media
Big steam locomotive rebuilt to celebrate railroad

Big steam locomotive rebuilt to celebrate railroad

A nearly 80-year-old steam locomotive has been restored and is back on the tracks in the American West to help celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Transcontinental Railroad.
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Associated Press
Leyland's Australia - Murray River To The Warrumbungles

Murray River To The Warrumbungles

Leaving Victoria behind the Leylands find themselves in New South Wales where they meet a farmer who still uses traditional farming methods. Next they visit Dubbo before heading for the sensational Warrumbungle Ranges.
Viewlorium
Summer of Love

Summer of Love

Seeking solace after the premature death of her father, Amanda embarks on a passionate affair with a visiting artist Michael, much to the disappointment of her long time boyfriend Tom. But matters soon take a strange twist.
AusIntPic
Amber Rudd opens new library in Silverdale Primary School

Amber Rudd opens new library in Silverdale Primary School

Amber Rudd opens new library in Silverdale Primary School
ITN
GVGS production

GVGS production

Goulburn Valley Grammar junior years students excitedly rehearsed ahead of the opening night of their stage production Cinderella which will show at Westside Performing Arts Centre in Mooroopna.
1min
Mc Pherson Media
Timothee Chalamet hopes Beautiful Boy gives insight to dangers of drug addiction

Timothee Chalamet hopes Beautiful Boy gives insight to dangers of drug addiction

Timothee Chalamet has said he hopes his new film gives his young fan base some insight into the perils of drug addiction. The Oscar nominee, 22, plays a teenager addicted to crystal meth in Beautiful Boy, based on the memoirs of Nic Sheff and his...
Press Association
Disinfection of Jordan's archeological city of Petra to fight virus

Disinfection of Jordan's archeological city of Petra to fight virus

Health workers disinfect the ancient Khaznah (treasury) monument carved in a rock cliff, in Jordan's archaeological city of Petra south of the capital Amman, amidst efforts against the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus disease.
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AFP