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Mal Whyte's Port of Echuca

Mal Whyte's Port of Echuca

Mal Whyte tells us about his legacy with the Port of Echuca.
6mins
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.
78mins
AusIntPic
Saracen's takeover of Bligh Resources firms after ASIC lodgement

Saracen's takeover of Bligh Resources firms after ASIC lodgement

02 Aug 2019 - Saracen Mineral Holdings' (ASX:SAR) takeover of Bligh Resources has firmed after lodging the first supplementary bidder’s with ASIC today, for 0.0369 Saracen Shares for every 1 of Bligh (ASX:BGH) share.
Finance News Network
Walking Points

Walking Points

Despite modern technology, we haven't created a device that measures up to the success of a dog's ability at detecting cancer at stage 1 or 2, even at pre-cancerous stages.
Escapade
Chris Roberts

Chris Roberts

Breaking the Silence: Chris Roberts
5mins
Mc Pherson Media
Pamela Anderson says her sex tape was damaging

Pamela Anderson says her sex tape was damaging

Pamela Anderson has admitted the leak of a sex tape she made with Tommy Lee was "devastating" to their marriage.
Bang Media
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
Sriracha

Sriracha

Sriracha has earned a cult following, but the story of this spicy sauce is a mystery to most fans.
Janson Media
Virgins Wanted - Losing Virginity

Losing Virginity

The auction is coming to a close for a man and woman who've decided to sell of their virginity and they're about to face the toughest challenge yet: sex for the first time with a complete stranger.
ABC
Australia’s Deadliest Destinations - Australia's Deadliest Destinations - Part 6

Australia's Deadliest Destinations - Part 6

Australia is an island continent full of natural hazards, be it the unforgiving environment or the venomous or hungry creatures, danger is abundant. Greg Grainger travels around the country to bring you Australia's Deadliest Destinations.
Viewlorium
Indian doctor treats beggars for free

Indian doctor treats beggars for free

"My basic aim is not to provide medical services. My basic aim and motive is that they should work and they should not continue the begging trade"
TRT World
Mosul's children scavenge through rubbish to survive

Mosul's children scavenge through rubbish to survive

Children are forced to scavenge through rubbish as their only means of survival in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul. Youths search for plastic and other recyclable materials amongst the refuse at a dumpsite. This is all done wearing minimal protec...
1min
Ruptly
Tomorrow's Sun

Tomorrow's Sun

Follow the epic 3,000 km journey by 40 solar powered cars from 11 nations across the Australian continent. Based around the 1999 World Solar Challenge from Darwin to Adelaide, the documentary follows the fortunes of three solar powered cars.
AusIntPic
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
Test it!: Mazda CX-30

Test it!: Mazda CX-30

Mazda has developed the new Skyactiv-X engine for its CX-30. It makes gasoline act like diesel, increasing the ratio of air to fuel and resulting in savings of up to 30 percent.
Deutsche Welle
Lena Vicary - friends of Glanville

Lena Vicary - friends of Glanville

Lena Vicary is a Friends of Glanville volunteer.
1min
Mc Pherson Media
Giant 45kg Easter egg made at Cadbury World

Giant 45kg Easter egg made at Cadbury World

Behind the scenes at Cadbury World in Birmingham, where a giant 45kg (99lb) Easter egg has been put on display. The hand-decorated egg weighs roughly the same as an average-sized 13-year-old boy.
Press Association
The art of recycling

The art of recycling

This British artist creates sculptures using old cardboards.
Euronews
Cardi B showered with gifts by Offset after arrest

Cardi B showered with gifts by Offset after arrest

Rapper Offset surprised his wife Cardi B with a bundle of designer gifts three days after he was arrested near Atlanta, Georgia.
Cover Media
Kendall Jenner and Ben Simmons back together

Kendall Jenner and Ben Simmons back together

Kendall Jenner and Ben Simmons have reportedly rekindled their relationship.
Bang Media
Burglars flee empty-handed after being smoked out

Burglars flee empty-handed after being smoked out

Two burglars are smoked out after attempting a burglary in Corby. The two perpetrators smashed down the door of a business on November 20 last year. But a gas machine installed by the Force's Crime Prevention Team goes off on entry. The room fills...
Press Association
Lauren Harries to be first celebrity on Naked Attraction

Lauren Harries to be first celebrity on Naked Attraction

Celebrity Big Brother's Lauren Harries will be the first celebrity to appear on 'Naked Attraction' and will reveal all as one of the six single contestants.
Bang Media
Fatal crash lorry driver caught using phone jailed for five years

Fatal crash lorry driver caught using phone jailed for five years

A lorry driver caught on camera checking his mobile phone just before a fatal crash in Dumfries and Galloway has been jailed for five years. Missionary worker Yvonne Blackman, 66, died after the lorry driven by David Shields hit her car in a line...
1min
Press Association
Man fights off machete-wielding robber with bar stool and pot plant

Man fights off machete-wielding robber with bar stool and pot plant

Police have released CCTV as part of their investigation into an armed robbery in Mermaid Beach, Queensland. The offender left empty-handed after a citizen fought him off using a large stool and pot plant.
1min
Press Association
Reporter - Police Violence in the Slums of Nairobi

Reporter - Police Violence in the Slums of Nairobi

Nineteen-year-old Brian was shot dead in broad daylight in the Kayole slum in Kenya. The Kenyan police are killing suspected criminals in an underground war against crimes - as many as 3,000 in the last year.
Deutsche Welle
Crossroads Project

Crossroads Project

University of Melbourne's Professor David Simmons talks about the Crossroads Project that will capture data about the health of people in the Goulburn Valley.
1min
Mc Pherson Media
Marseille high school students clash with police

Marseille high school students clash with police

Thousands of high school students take to the streets in Marseille, as more and more join students protest against education reforms affecting university admission.
1min
AFP
2018 GVL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP22

2018 GVL Foxy & JR Footy Show EP22

Shepparton United premiership coach Marc Quarrell joins Foxy and JR on the Footy Show.
35mins
Mc Pherson Media
Police pursuit North of Shepparton

Police pursuit North of Shepparton

Police chases a car for more than an hour before it stopped in Tallygaroopna.
1min
Mc Pherson Media
Henry Golding and Michelle Dockery on roles in 'The Gentlemen'

Henry Golding and Michelle Dockery on roles in 'The Gentlemen'

Henry Golding and Michelle Dockery, part of Guy Ritchie's star-studded 'The Gentlemen' cast, discuss playing characters they're not normally associated with.
Associated Press
Trump Talks Health Care at Boy Scout Jamboree

Trump Talks Health Care at Boy Scout Jamboree

President Trump talks about health care reform while delivering a speech at the National Boy Scout Jamboree in West Virginia.
Bloomberg
‘It’s been a crazy ride’: Bianca Andreescu on her start to 2019

‘It’s been a crazy ride’: Bianca Andreescu on her start to 2019

Rising Canadian tennis star Bianca Andreescu says she has always had lofty goals, but admits the success she’s achieved has come sooner than expected. The 18-year-old recently won her first WTA Tour title.
2mins
Canadian Press
The Nuclear of Tomorrow Will Be Smaller: Nuclear Energy Institute CEO

The Nuclear of Tomorrow Will Be Smaller: Nuclear Energy Institute CEO

In this week's "Commodity In Chief" segment on "Bloomberg Commodities Edge", Bloomberg's Alix Steel talks to Maria Korsnick, CEO and president of the Nuclear Energy Institute, a trade association.
Bloomberg
Hanks to present SAG Award to Alda

Hanks to present SAG Award to Alda

One of America’s sweethearts will hand the torch to another when Tom Hanks presents Alan Alda with a Life Achievement award at the upcoming SAG awards.
Associated Press
Probe into fatal Australia firefighter plane crash complicated by blaze

Probe into fatal Australia firefighter plane crash complicated by blaze

Australian officials were working on Friday to extricate the bodies of three U.S. firefighters from a plane that crashed in remote bushland, as the area's "active" bushfire status complicated an investigation into the accident.
2mins
Reuters
Dannii Minogue: Nude Playboy shoot was 'amazing'

Dannii Minogue: Nude Playboy shoot was 'amazing'

Dannii Minogue says her nude Playboy shoot in 1995 was an "amazing experience" that she doesn't "regret", even though her parents didn't approve.
Bang Media
Tough Nuts - Most Wanted

Most Wanted

Meet Australia's most wanted man for a record 11 years. Russell 'Mad Dog' Cox was a man no prison could hold.
The Full Box
Italy Discoveries - Wine in their Veins

Wine in their Veins

Travel with World Nomads’ Sofia Levin to the Langhe & Roero region, in the northwest Italy, as she discovers rolling hills of vineyards, and indulges in amazing cheeses and wines.
World Nomads
The Lead - January 16

The Lead - January 16

Tonight on The Lead, a clearing sale on February 9 will feature more 70 vehicles, farming equipment and other rare and valuable items.
2mins
Mc Pherson Media
Official opening Shepparton Law Courts

Official opening Shepparton Law Courts

Official opening Shepparton Law Courts, giving communities access to more modern court facilities and better access to justice.
29secs
Mc Pherson Media
Mistaken Identity: David Tennant

Mistaken Identity: David Tennant

"Good Omens" actor David Tennant has been mistaken for a string of stars, including a TV presenter, a Hollywood megastar and the lead singer of the Pet Shop Boys.
Associated Press
LION breaks into tourist vehicle on Crimea safari tour

LION breaks into tourist vehicle on Crimea safari tour

A lion jumped into an open vehicle full of tourists in an apparent attempt to get better acquainted with the guests at Safari Park Taigan, in Crimea's Belogorsk.
Ruptly
Dumb, Drunk And Racist - Judgement Day

Judgement Day

After a three-week road-trip, the Australian odyssey for four Indian travellers is nearly at an end. Joe Hildebrand begins preparing for judgement day, when he will ask them if they still think we are... Dumb, Drunk and Racist.
ABC
Army Moving Futures Command to Austin, Texas

Army Moving Futures Command to Austin, Texas

U.S. Army Undersecretary Ryan McCarthy talks about the military moving the Army futures command to Austin, Texas.
Bloomberg
2018 GVL GF Under 18's Replay

2018 GVL GF Under 18's Replay

Watch a full replay of Echuca's 2018 Goulburn Valley League under-18 grand final win against Shepparton United.
142mins
Mc Pherson Media
Mabo: Life of an Island Man

Mabo: Life of an Island Man

A man ahead of his time, Eddie Koiki Mabo, left an indelible legacy to the people of Australia, reshaping the landscape and opening up possibilities that many never dreamed of.
Umbrella
Dumb, Drunk And Racist - Melbourne

Melbourne

Journalist Joe Hildebrand takes Indian travellers Amer, Radhika, Gurmeet and Mahima to what the Indian media claim is the most dangerous city in Australia - Melbourne.
ABC