First official day of duties as your newest breakfast radio host Sydney.. Photos were taken, interviews done, I'm bloody PUMPED in my pants for Monday morning! The rest of you can stream us through the radio app AND there will be a daily podcast so don't even worry. I asked 2dayfm for glitter cannons for our first show but they felt it wouldn't translate well on radio.. BOOOOOO!
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Happy Penguin Awareness Day! 🐧 Today we celebrate the happy feats that have been achieved for the climate, but also look ahead to the work that still needs to be done. Here’s a blog by our CEO on why #GlobalWarming makes today more important for penguins than ever: http://wwfau.org/2jBJEyU
The woman said the kangaroo repeatedly kicked her and “threw me around like a rag doll”. She suffered multiple wounds and her arms and buttocks had to be stitched up. http://www.9news.com.au/national/2017/01/17/10/57/melbourne-woman-ripped-to-pieces-by-kangaroo-during-morning-run/?ocid=9newsmfb
Here it is Southern 80 lovers: Our third Finish Line Ticket Giveaway!
By now you should know the drill and how this stellar prize could be your ticket to the best seat in the house come February 10, 11 & 12.
Our regular giveaway includes two general admission tickets to the Finish Line at Vic Park, a Southern 80 program, stubby holder and hat and all you need to do is LIKE and SHARE this post, and TAG the person you will take if you win!
This week’s winner will be chosen at random and announced on our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages this coming Friday, January 20.
All prizes in our Finish Line ticket series giveaway will be supplied to winners during the first week in February when the event programs have been finalised and printed.
The potential damage wrought by coal seam gas mining in NSW is not well understood and "things could go wrong" with water quality, NSW Environment Protection Authority chief executive Barry Buffier has warned.
Asked whether coal seam gas was a significant environmental issue, Mr Buffier told the hearing that "my assessment would be yes, it is".
"The evidence would indicate that it's what happens with the produced water and the impact on the aquifers, which is likely to be the area where environmentally things could go wrong," he said.
Skinny and starving, this baby elephant was recently rescued in Aceh, Indonesia thanks to the efforts of BKSDA. The little one had been shot in the side, and while it is unknown who did this – this sort of action is not uncommon in the palm oil industry. http://www.onegreenplanet.org/news/starving-sumatran-elephant-shot-is-paying-price-of-palm-oil/
The QLD government just cancelled hundreds of Aussie TAFE job contracts and sent the jobs offshore to the Phillipines, Yet there are Aussies needing jobs, WHAT SORT OF GOVERNMENT GIVES AWAY OUR JOBS TO FOREIGNERS WHEN AUSSIES ARE UNEMPLOYED ????
A group of young people in Townsville has taken to the streets to raise national awareness of the high rates of youth unemployment in Queensland.
The latest regional unemployment figures for people between 15 and 24 show Queensland is the worst affected state or territory in Australia.
Meet three of the demonstrators who want to get off welfare and be given a go.
By Jason Om
Three young people sit on a rock in front of a wall painted with graffiti.
I've spent the last three years looking for work and I have been close a couple of times. I've gone homeless, I've gone without money for months on end. Now I'm a bit more stable being on the pension. It's not easy, especially being in a town where there are more people than jobs available.
A young man wearing a beanie holds a sign that reads "provide jobs 4 young people".
It's this constant up and down of hopefulness and trying not to get pushed back down by the fact that there are hundreds and hundreds of jobs going, but none that I can do at the moment.
A group of young people stand together holding signs that read "provide jobs for young people".
I think there should be more opportunities for young people that don't have jobs and don't have a lot of experience. You need experience to get a job, but you need a job to get experience.