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Neville's life lived in good measure

abc.net.au — On Good Friday very late Jill Wran rang me to say that the end of Neville Wran's life was nigh. It was a very long conversation. Those years when he was premier of New South Wales seem so very beautiful it is hard to believe they were real.
RT @Wendycarlisle: Wonderful tribute to Neville Wran from Rodney Cavalier - as much for what it says about Wran as present #nswpol http://…
RT @ChipRolley: Here is the article on Neville Wran by Rodney Cavalier that @bairdjulia |just mentioned on #TheDrum ab.co/1tqETpj
Ostensibly about Neville Wran, this is really a threnody for what used to be the Labor Party: mobile.abc.net.au/news/2014-04-2… Via @Wendycarlisle
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Inside the far-right group spreading fear through Muslim communities

abc.net.au — Inside the far-right group spreading fear through Muslim communities Australian Broadcasting Corporation Broadcast: 21/04/2014 Reporter: Sean Rubinsztein-Dunlop A fringe anti-Islamic group's hate campaign against Muslims has sparked a backlash, with police investigating death threats and an apparent attempted murder, and a warning that this report contains offensive language.

NSW police officer charged with child rape

abc.net.au — Updated April 21, 2014 21:51:02 A New South Wales police officer has been charged with the rape of a child. The male senior constable from the state's Goulburn region has been charged with two offences, including having aggravated sexual intercourse with a child under the age of 10.
RT @abcnews: A New South Wales police officer has been charged with the rape of a child ab.co/1kS3orz

Series 2014 Day Of Days : ABC iview

iview.abc.net.au — Seventy years on, survivors tell what it was like to storm the beaches of Normandy on D-Day.

Day of Days - Four Corners

abc.net.au — By American Public Television Updated April 17, 2014 14:48:00 Monday 21st April 2014 On June 6, 1944 thousands of Allied servicemen landed on the shores of northern France, with a mission to free Western Europe from Nazi tyranny. Some came by air, parachuting behind enemy lines.

Teen stowaway survives flight over Pacific in freezing jet wheel bay

abc.net.au — Updated April 21, 2014 17:57:13 A teenage boy who ran away from home has survived a five-hour flight in the freezing wheel bay of a jetliner that reached 38,000 feet as it travelled from California to Hawaii, the FBI says.
RT @seanparnell: Californian teen stowaway's "only possession when he landed in Hawaii was a comb for his hair". abc.net.au/news/2014-04-2…

Malaysia Airlines flight MH370: Two-thirds of planned underwater search complete with no wreckage found

abc.net.au — Two-thirds of the planned underwater search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has been completed, with no wreckage found.

Malaysia Airlines flight MH370: Two-thirds of planned underwater search complete with no wreckage found

abc.net.au — Two-thirds of the planned underwater search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has been completed, with no wreckage found.
RT @abcnews: Two-thirds of underwater Malaysia Airlines #MH370 search complete with no wreckage found ab.co/1i7WvN7 http://t.co/bj…

People who don't engage climate change deniers 'ignorant and medieval': A-G George Brandis

abc.net.au — Updated April 20, 2014 00:00:09 Federal Attorney-General George Brandis says people who say the science is settled on climate change are "ignorant and medieval". In an article published in the online political magazine Spiked, Senator Brandis spoke to a journalist about his fight against "the cultural tyranny of political correctness".
People who don't engage climate change deniers 'ignorant and medieval': Aus A-G George Brandis @abcnews buff.ly/1i7CG8O

Jimmy Fallon : ABC TV

abc.net.au — An American television institution for almost 60 years, 'The Tonight Show' will continue to be a home to big-name celebrity guests and a stage for top musical and comedic talent.

Neville Wran: Former NSW Premier remembered as 'towering figure'

abc.net.au — Editor's Picks By national arts reporter Anne Maria Nicholson Byron Bay Bluesfest celebrates its 25th birthday with hundreds of back-to-back performances. By Frank Tapim, wires A Queensland teenager says the Mount Everest avalanche will not deter her from reaching the summit. Stunning photos from around the world as Easter ceremonies mark the crucifixion and resurrection.

Royal visit: William and Catherine visit Taronga Zoo, sign historic Fleet Bible in Sydney

abc.net.au — The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have brought their son Prince George with them on a visit to Taronga Zoo in Sydney, where a bilby enclosure has been named after the baby prince. Earlier, Prince William and wife Catherine attended an Easter Sunday church service at St Andrew's Cathedral where they signed a precious book known as the Fleet Bible.

ABC Radio National

abc.net.au — Trader 'Ronnie' Faulkner is an actor, flamenco dancer and raconteur who began his life surfing Manly beach.
The incredible (genuinely) life of Trader Faulkner who joined me on @RNLifeMatters today...storyteller extraordinaire abc.net.au/radionational/…

National Water Commission under threat from Federal Government budget cuts

abc.net.au — The National Water Commission could be axed as part of the Federal Government's savings drive. The decade-old commission, an independent statutory authority which advises the Commonwealth on water policy, is in the mix for cuts and AM understands it is likely to be wound up.

Labor factionalism concerns former premier Neville Wran

abc.net.au — MARK COLVIN: It was only back in May that Bob Carr passed the record for continuous time in office as premier, a record which had been previously been held by Neville Wran. Mr Wran, who was premier from 1976 to 1986, rates Mr Carr highly, but he's got deep misgivings about the way Labor factionalism will limit the choice of his successor.
RT @Colvinius: I'm sad about Nifty's dementia, as well as his death. When I last talked to him, in his office in 2005, he was sharp: http:/…
I'm sad about Nifty's dementia, as well as his death. When I last talked to him, in his office in 2005, he was sharp: abc.net.au/pm/content/200…
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