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The iconic snow gum is dying out. Scientists believe a beetle is killing off the trees in the Snowy Mountains and throughout the region. But it's not clear why the trees have become vulnerable, nor how to stop the dieback. If the snow gum were lost it would impact an entire ecosystem. We investigate. Get the transcript: https://www.newcastleherald.…
 
In 1993 near Canowindra, in the Central West of New South Wales, paleontologist Dr Alex Ritchie was given just 10 days for an exploratory fossil dig. He found thousands of 300 million year old fish specimens, helping to fill gaps in our knowledge. But with limited time and resources he could only scratch the surface. We explore why the fossil site …
 
There are now 26 Tasmanian Devils calling Barrington Tops home. They're the first wild mainland devils since they were wiped out 3000 years ago. We find out why these marsupials are being released outside Tasmania. We also go to the island's West Coast to learn more about the stranding of 470 pilot whales that made international headlines last year…
 
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders have a long and complicated relationship with cricket. A team of Indigenous players was the first Australian team ever to tour England in 1868. But, today there is a clear underrepresentation of First Nations players in cricket compared to AFL and NRL. We explore the racist policies that whitewashed cricket an…
 
Most people know Mike Wilson as the bloke at the bull sale with a pen in his hand and notepad in his back pocket. On the outside you'd hardly think there was anything different with the 70-year-old livestock agent. But beneath the surface there is a scar across his stomach that tells a different story. From The Land's Lucy Kinbacher, Hear Them Raw …
 
Bawley Point was one of the first South Coast villages to be threatened by the ferocious Currowan fire that ravaged the region. Residents consider themselves lucky they were hit early in Black Summer because it meant they were provided with a lot of resources. In the wake of the fires the local RFS brigade has seen an influx of new recruits, includ…
 
On November 8 2019 there were a record 17 fires burning at emergency level in New South Wales. The New England region of New South Wales was hit hard before summer even began. In the town of Torrington homes over a century old burned. In Wytaliba, an alternative commune, two people died. Homes among the gum trees became fodder for fire. We speak to…
 
In Dubbo, drugs are everywhere. The crisis here has brought with it an epidemic of mental health struggles, homelessness, family violence and crime that is only getting worse. The NSW government has committed to funding a local rehabilitation and detox centre in town. It is something locals have been petitioning for for decades. However, there was …
 
About half an hour north of Mudgee, on the Ulan Road, is a stunning natural sandstone formation which runs along the Goulburn River. It's called The Drip Gorge, and it gets its name from the perennial trickle of water which runs down its face into the water below. The Drip was added to the Goulburn River National Park a couple of years ago, but som…
 
The retired Aurora Australis was built at Carrington Slipways upriver from Newcastle and is the only Australian-made icebreaker. During its 30 years of service it made 150 of voyages, taking thousands of Australians to Antarctica and the Southern Ocean. This year the ship was decommissioned. There was a push to preserve the Aurora for its heritage …
 
Have you used telehealth before? Around 30 million Australians have since March. The uptick was made possible because of changes to Medicare support of telehealth prompted by the coronavirus pandemic. There's a lot of positive feedback to the changes but there's also anxiety around what impact it will have on rural health provision. We spoke to doc…
 
You have heard of the Barossa Valley, Hunter Valley and Yarra Valley. These are regions praised for their boutique produce and immersive agricultural tourism. But have you ever been to the Majura Valley? It's a pocket of farmland ten minutes from Canberra and close to an international airport. You'd think is was a prime location for tourists. After…
 
Ever been to Dimboola? The town on the Wimmera River in western Victoria is attracting tree-changers from far and wide. We take a tour of the quirky town to see what all the fuss is about. We also hear from Lake Macquarie locals concerned about the impact of coal-ash pollution on waterways. The byproduct of coal-fired power generation is stored in …
 
Episode 8: Brendon Julian is joined by Allan Border, Mark Waugh & fresh from McGrath Day, Glenn McGrath to review the first 3 days of the pink test. Plus special guest Sunil Gavaskar live in the studio & a look at the world cup squads with just 36 days to go!Fox Sports Australia による
 
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