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From alleyway gangsters to cold war spies to eccentric entrepreneurs, Australian history is full of colourful but forgotten characters. Host Jen Kelly talks with experts, historians and yarn spinners to uncover the untold stories of some of our most interesting and offbeat ancestors. Produced by Jonty Burton and Andrea Thiis-Evensen.
 
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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Former WAG and social media star Abby Gilmore joins Herald Sun Page 13 columnist Alice Coster to answer your questions about love, relationships, family and more. Do you have a question for Abby? Email: dearabby@news.com.au
 
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It was one of the biggest upsets in Australian political history. The 1999 Victorian state election was fought between two men revered as giants of modern government. Now, for the first time, Steve Bracks and Jeff Kennett have sat down in person to discuss the election that changed Victoria forever.
 
Peter Gordon is one of Australia’s best known lawyers. He joins award-winning political journalist Lyndal Curtis and well-respected Victorian Labor politician Jane Garrett in Beyond Reasonable Clout, a new podcast where they go beyond the headlines and take on high-profile issues spanning law, sport, current affairs and politics - together with the Herald Sun.
 
Every morning Monday to Friday Walkley award winning journalist James Campbell updates you on the news that matters to Victorians. With expert interviews and analysis, The Splash is your morning briefing to keep you informed, prepared and up to date on all the news across Victoria, Australia and the World If you're looking for your news headlines quickly, search our other daily news podcast Herald Sun News Feed wherever you get your podcasts, or ask your speaker to "play the news from the He ...
 
The Herald Sun and Champion Data’s new footy podcast will take fans into the minds of an AFL coach. Offering never-before-seen statistics, our gurus will explain to listeners exactly what their team needs to do to win every week. Tailored for hardcore footy fans, it will use statistics to drill deeper into a range of footy issues just like the ardent boffins at every club. Hosted by Sam Landsberger and Daniel Hoyne, the snappy show will be to the point and promises to educate passionate fans ...
 
Class Act is the Herald Sun's investigation into what could be education's biggest con. The story of one man and his rise through the ranks of elite schools in Melbourne, based on nothing but a lie. You can listen to Class Act and read the investigation first, and ad free, with a subscription to the Herald Sun, or by downloading the Herald Sun app at your app store.
 
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Brooke Pryor of the Durham Herald-Sun and Powell Latimer of the Greensboro News & Record discuss all the stories in the ACC and the MEAC each week. Come for the discussion of North Carolina, Duke and N.C. State, stay for the insights into N.C. Central and N.C. A&T.
 
In 2020, the Ladbrokes Cox Plate Carnival will celebrate the 100th running of The Race Where Legends Are Made - The Ladbrokes Cox Plate. Award winning journalists Andrew Rule and Leo Schlink will bring you the untold stories from those who made their name in the famous weight-for-age race - from Hugh Bowman on Winx, to Glen Boss on Makybe Diva and Greg Childs on Sunline.
 
'Jock and Journo' pairs Collingwood captain Scott Pendlebury with leading AFL journalist Jay Clark of the Herald Sun. Listen weekly as the pair openly discuss issues in AFL football, sport and broader life. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
What really happens when the axe falls in the showbiz world? Some of the biggest names in the Australian TV and radio reveal the true tales of how they discovered how they were getting the boot, how they took the news and how they bounced back. To read articles about the stories and guests from SACKED: Showbiz, see galleries and interactive content take out a subscription at heraldsun.com.au today
 
KPC Media is a family-owned newspaper outlet in Northeast Indiana. This account is used strictly for the sports podcast for The Herald Republican, The Star and News Sun newspapers covering three counties. The podcast his hosted by Alex Alvarado (@AlexAKPC), Brice Vance (@BriceVKPC) and Christopher Reed (@ChrisRKPC).
 
Lara Campbell used to believe in the paranormal. Now she pretends to believe in it for money. But when her ex-partner goes missing near the Oregon Bigfoot Highway, she may have to re-evaluate everything she thought she knew. BELIEVER is a spooky fiction audio drama about ghosts, cryptids, demons, cosmic entities, and the fake psychic who doesn't believe they exist. New episodes every other Tuesday.
 
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Business closures will be the result of skyrocketing energy costs, according to industry leaders who are warning of economic carnage. Homeowners should prepare for a 50 basis-point hike in official ­interest rates on Tuesday. Former state government minister Jane Garrett will be given a state funeral. The Wiggles hang up their skivvies for the cove…
 
Glenn McFarlane, Sam Landsberger and Scott Gullan preview through the Good, the bad and the ugly for what's to come in round 16. Also on the agenda - with the Blues on the rise, how will they keep their list together, why Geelong are becoming a legitimate premiership contender and the statement Essendon needs to make against Sydney this week. To re…
 
Glenn McFarlane, Sam Landsberger and Scott Gullan debate Jordan De Goey's Bali bender - Who ticked off the trip away and will he be at Collingwood in 2023? Plus with the race for the finals firing up Macca has dubbed this week the 'round of the decade' and who will be the next player to the magical 400-game milestone? To read more about everything …
 
Victoria has created almost $52m in carbon credits this year under the now-suspended Victorian Energy Upgrades appliances program. Former Labor minister Jane Garrett has died from cancer at the age of 49. Households will be ­offered rebates to switch from gas heating to an efficient electric system. The demand for free food has doubled in a month. …
 
WARNING: DISTURBING CONTENT When Sue was only 19 years old, she sought sanctuary at an inner-Melbourne police station. What followed has been a 40-year ordeal as she has searched for the policeman who assaulted her. Sexual assault helpline Call 1800 010 120 Counsellors are available from 7:30am until 11:30pm, 7 days. Crimestoppers: https://crimesto…
 
The number of junior doctors applying for general practice training places has almost halved, as many GPs look to retire. A shake-up of Victoria’s lucrative wagering ­sector could give companies licences for up to 20 years. Mountains of illegally dumped rubbish are piling up on Melbourne streets. Robbie Williams will rock the MCG in September for M…
 
Victoria Police launch a new assault on organised crime gangs with a dedicated taskforce that’s the first of its kind in the state. Channel 7 files to terminate its TV rights contract with Cricket Australia. Hairdressers forced to increase the price of their services amid rising costs, staff shortages and cancellations. Financial analysts shocked a…
 
Love him or loathe him, you can’t ignore Tony Cochrane. As Chairman of the Board Tony Cochrane is best known in his role as boss of the Gold Coast Suns. A successful businessman who didn't bother to finish school, Cochrane has been involved in event promotion since the 1970s, and has promoted or produced tours for several international and local ar…
 
In Sydney's south west, a deadly blood feud has broken out between rival crime families. Daily Telegraph crime writer Mark Morri joins the show to talk about his new documentary series, exposing this latest fracture in Sydney's underworld. Read more at: https://bit.ly/3ONcd7X Like the show? Get more at https://heraldsun.com.au/andrewrule Crimestopp…
 
Ambulance ramping times were rising years before Covid and associated with a “significant” increase in patients’ risk of dying. Ratepayers have reacted with outrage that the City of Melbourne’s chief executive has pocketed another pay rise. A footballer in Melbourne’s northwest has been suspended for seven weeks for punching an ex-AFL defender, lea…
 
How cynical electioneering backfired and gave women a voice. When the suffrage movement was close to victory at the ballot box, a male politician tried to wedge the vote with a contentious clause.But when the vote went through, the clause backfired, and gave women their first voice in the halls of parliament. Melbourne author Mark Wilson tells the …
 
The Good Guys will stop using facial recognition technology after customer backlash, heaping pressure on retailers Bunnings and Kmart. Melbourne’s health system hit crisis point Tuesday morning with zero ambulances available. The Prime Minister has arrived in Madrid for the NATO Summit. New dads could share in up to 20 weeks of paid parental leave …
 
Former bikie Sam “The Punisher” Abdulrahim was warned killers were hunting him in the days leading up to Saturday’s assassination ­attempt at a funeral. A speed camera on the Western Ring Road raked in nearly $11m in fines in just three months while the speed limit was reduced for roadworks. Drugs are being bought online in seconds and home-deliver…
 
Andrew Rule explores the utter tragedy when old crooks induct young kids into their life of crime. Like the show? Get more at https://heraldsun.com.au/andrewrule Crimestoppers: https://crimestoppers.com.au/ If you or anyone you know needs help Lifeline: 13 11 14 Beyond Blue: 1300 22 4636 Kids Helpline: 1800 55 1800 See omnystudio.com/listener for p…
 
Dramatic footage shows the moment a teenager allegedly fired an SKS assault rifle into a home in a terrifying shootout among warring youth gangs in Melbourne’s northern suburbs. RULE changes, ticketing and transport are the main things deterring footy fans from attending AFL games, a Herald Sun readers’ survey has revealed. CROWN casino’s new owner…
 
Health chief Brendan Murphy has been blasted for his 78 word definition of a woman with experts claiming he has bought into “radical gender ideology”. Eddie McGuire and Neil Mitchell are embroiled in a bitter war of words, after McGuire accused the 3AW broadcaster of mocking Collingwood star Jordan De Goey and his mental health. More than half of M…
 
A powerful forward with an unpredictable streak, Cameron Mooney was a nightmare matchup for backmen during his 221-game career. Drafted to North Melbourne during an era of dominance, Mooney broke into the North side during the 1999 season, where he'd become a premiership player without even touching the ball! Traded to Geelong in the preseason of 2…
 
In 1796, Scottish cargo master William Clark led his twice-shipwrecked crew on an epic 1000km walk to save 7000 gallons of rum, discovering Bass Strait and finding Australia’s first coal along the way. Find out more in Adam Courtenay's book: https://www.harpercollins.com.au/9780733341861/three-sheets-to-the-wind/ See omnystudio.com/listener for pri…
 
TENS of thousands of punters study the field each year at Caulfield racecourse – and under a new proposal the public will be given a chance to study the stars there too. COLLINGWOOD star Mason Cox has spoken of his pride at becoming an Australian citizen and declared he wants to spend the rest of his life in his adopted homeland. LESS than one per …
 
A DOMESTIC violence advocacy group has hit out at disgraced Collingwood footballer player Jordan De Goey slamming his move to blame ADHD for his disrespectful behaviour. LUNGS and hearts donated for human transplants may be preserved and stored for longer, thanks to a new discovery by Melbourne researchers. A NEW law will be introduced to parliamen…
 
AUSTRALIANS could have access to a new jab to protect against Omicron by August, and a single vaccine is in the works to target Covid, the flu and Respiratory Syncytial Virus. Guy Sebastian denied “all liability” and displayed “breathtaking double standards” when he diverted money and “stole” from his former manager, a court has heard. The profits …
 
The identity of the alleged grave robber accused of stealing human remains from a Footscray Cemetery has been unmasked for the first time. Schools are installing silent vape detectors that lock students inside bathrooms so teachers can search children for contraband. A leading expert has called for a royal commission into the treatment of sports-re…
 
In the last in our series on great prison escapees, Andrew outlines the colourful crimes and daring prison break of 'Doc' Smith. Like the show? Get more at https://heraldsun.com.au/andrewrule Crimestoppers: https://crimestoppers.com.au/ If you or anyone you know needs help: Lifeline: 13 11 14 Beyond Blue: 1300 22 4636 Kids Helpline: 1800 55 1800 Se…
 
Ex-Melbourne football club president Glen Bartlett has released a statement claiming he stood down after being thwarted in his fight to keep the club free of “workplace bullying, gambling, harassment and illegal drugs”. Australia's most popular female sport is on the brink of financial ruin with auditors warning Netball Australia is in danger of co…
 
Trent Croad had an almost immediate impact when he was recruited to Hawthorn in 1998. At the end of 2001, Hawthorn would shock the football world, trading Croad who was then 21 and one of the Hawk's blue chip youngsters to Fremantle for the number 1 pick which would eventually secure Luke Hodge. After two years at Fremantle, Croad became the Prodig…
 
Kinder will be made free for all three and four-year-old children from next year and a new “Pre-Prep” created under an overhaul of Victoria’s early childhood system that will also tackle cost of living. The national electricity market has been completely suspended for the first time in an extraordinary intervention to ensure the lights stay on. New…
 
She was a bush nurse, school founder, bushrangers’ ally and accomplished horsewoman. But Rachel Kennedy’s colourful life was almost lost to history, until newspaper editor and author Jeff McGill uncovered her tale. He joins the show with more. Like the show? go to heraldsun.com.au/ibaw for more See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Glenn McFarlane, Sam Landsberger and Scott Gullan dissect Collingwood's commanding win over Melbourne - can the Pies make the finals? Also on the agenda - the fallout from the Bailey Smith drug saga and what the future holds for Jason Horne-Francis. To read more about everything discussed on this episode, go to heraldsun.com.au to see our subscript…
 
Victoria is facing the threat of enforced power outages tonight night as the east coast energy crisis widens. It’s been revealed anti-association laws have not been used once in the past six years while bikie numbers have soared, prompting a warning more will keep coming to Victoria unless the rules are strengthened. Sunshine may be a key to avoidi…
 
AFL great Neale Daniher might not be able to speak but he summoned up all his courage to lead thousands of supporters from Fed Square to the ‘G for the return of the much loved Big Freeze fundraiser. Former tennis star Jelena Dokic has revealed she tried to take her life sharing the confession of her darkest moments online in the hope of encouragin…
 
After a decade with the Western Bulldogs, Brian Lake's time at the Whitten oval came to an end. With a new coach appointed and some dissent towards him from the senior playing ranks, the writing was on the wall and Lake was off to Hawthorn. With the Hawks coming off the 2012 Grand Final loss to Sydney, Lake arrived at Hawthorn at the beginning of a…
 
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