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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
 
Welcome to Highwind Herald, a Final Fantasy podcast where we (two Final Fantasy obsessed brothers) discuss everything from Asura to Zell, and all things in between. We are your hosts, Wolfkinz and Solois, Brothers of Light. This show focuses on Final Fantasy in its entirety, from their humble beginnings to the ambitious future.
 
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The Herald is the voice of Nelson Mandela Bay – in print and online. On May 7 1845, the first copy of The Herald was printed, making it the oldest newspaper in South Africa. The Herald has come a long way since that first printing day when the paper hit the streets at a cover price of a single penny. HeraldLIVE is the online home of The Herald and the Weekend Post, publishing fresh news, insights, opinions, sport and entertainment reports all day long, seven days a week on a fully mobile res ...
 
Radio Eye is a reading service for people who are blind or have other disabilities that make it difficult to read printed material. Hazard Herald is a weekly half-hour reading of the newspaper, broadcast on Thursdays. This is produced by Radio Eye under the Chafee Amendment to the Copyright Act which states that authorized entities that are governmental or nonprofit organizations whose primary mission is to provide copyrighted works in specialized formats to blind or disabled people. By cont ...
 
The Kings Herald Show is a new bi-weekly podcast about the Sacramento Kings featuring fresh insights and old stories from Sacramento sports icon Jerry Reynolds, along with The Kings Herald’s own Will Griffith and Tony Xypteras. Join Jerry, Will, and Tony as they talk about current Kings news coupled with fascinating inside stories from Reynolds’ illustrious 35-year career with the organization.
 
Radio Eye is a reading service for people who are blind or have other disabilities that make it difficult to read printed material. Lexington Herald Leader is a daily reading of the newspaper. This is produced by Radio Eye under the Chafee Amendment to the Copyright Act which states that authorized entities that are governmental or nonprofit organizations whose primary mission is to provide copyrighted works in specialized formats to blind or disabled people. By continuing to listen, you ver ...
 
Welcome to News with The Sydney Morning Herald, your daily news briefing from the newspaper in Sydney everyone turns to. Drawing from the best journalism in the country, News with The Sydney Morning Herald brings you the most important local, national and world politics, business, sport and entertainment news of the day directly from Australia’s most authoritative newsroom.
 
Echoes of the ancients' power are distant memories, tattered and faded by the passage of eons, but that is about to change. A new dawn has arrived. Latent abilities, harbored in mankind's deepest fibers, wait to be unleashed. Ancient evils awaken, and old fears ignite the fires of war. In times such as these, ordinary people have the power to save the world . . . or destroy it. Call of the Herald is Book One of The Dawning of Power trilogy. A World of Godsland Novel.
 
Teenage hood can be so tiring. Yet we've gotta live it. I'm Sarah, a teenager dedication to talking about the issues I struggle with on a daily basis as a teenager. And how we can live through them together.Together? Yes, I'm not alone. Join our Facebook Community, Heralds Hub, to become part of the discussion.Every week on this podcast, Teenagers ruminate on how to make their health, mental health better. Or rather how to hold on to their sanity in this reckless age.There'll be sad talks bu ...
 
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Social media influencers, dobbed in by the public for misleading followers, are the targets in a new crackdown by the consumer watchdog. Ukraine’s ambassador to Australia has called for Novak Djokovic’s dad to be banned from the Australian Open. A celebrity hairdresser seeking compensation from her high-end salon over a debilitating wrist injury ha…
 
This week Dr Gavin Ashenden talks to Steve Ray, the acclaimed American author of Crossing The Tiber and Upon This Rock, among other titles, and a man hailed as one of the most effective Catholic apologists of the present generation. In this 34th episode of the Merely Catholic podcast series for the Catholic Herald, Mr Ray recalls how he left the Ba…
 
The Kings Herald Show returns with a 3rd (!!!) place Sacramento Kings team to talk about. Listen to Jerry Reynolds, Will Griffith, and Tony Xypteras talk about Monte McNair's big contract extension, Harrison Barnes' strong play, Keegan Murray's improvements, the upcoming NBA trade deadline, and so much more. Thanks for listening! We'd also like to …
 
00:00 - Intro 00:52 - Distribution of Frosthaven vs. Gloomhaven 03:25 - Moving into a managerial role 05:19 - Fatherhood 06:16 - Frosthaven Design & Development 10:54 - Frosthaven a response to Gloomhaven or Jaws? 15:42 - Settling on a hefty MSRP and leftovers on the cutting floor 18:47 - Crimson Scales 21:13 - Gloomhaven RPG 25:45 - Card integrati…
 
Ryan Adams is a Portland Maine artist, born and raised, where he lives with his artist and designer wife and their two daughters. His background in traditional graffiti led him to creating large-scale mural work as well as hand lettered design and signage. His signature ‘gem’ style of work is a geometric breakdown of letterforms with shadows and hi…
 
When Square-Enix closes a door, or two, they open a window. As FF7 First Soldier and Chocobo GP shuts down, FFXIV launches patch 6.3 and prepares for a massive year ahead. Highwind Herald is back! Happy 2023! Trivia question of the day: Which of Barret's arms is the gun? (Answer at the bottom of the episode summary). Episode Summary Introduction / …
 
Interpretation of God in movies is a very interesting subject. I'm talking about three movies which got released this year which took three different interpretation of God and all three of them are wonderful movies in their own right. Those three movies are Kantara, Kumari and Kadaisi vivasayi. All three movies starts with K and kadavul also starts…
 
Parents of one of Melbourne’s biggest junior football competitions are set to be sidelined at breaks this year to curb bad behaviour. Accused High Country killer Greg Lynn will stand trial for the murder of campers Russell Hill and Carol Clay. Households facing a further two interest rate rises could be forced to cough up an extra $190 a month. Mel…
 
The back to school rush is over for 2023 with schooling already under way in all provinces in SA and the 2022 matric results have been announced, with all provinces recording improvements. But what does this mean? In Behind The Herald Headlines with Daron Mann this week, we speak to education expert Professor Mary Metcalfe of the University of Joha…
 
A groundbreaking Melbourne study has confirmed for the first time that IVF children are the same as their naturally-conceived peers. A move to relax bail laws has won bipartisan support. Dylan Alcott “proud” as outgoing Australian of the Year. Cancer patients often felt isolated and distressed in hospitals during Victoria’s Covid-19 lockdowns. The …
 
The Victorian Government is considering bail reform that could relax laws toughened in the wake of the Bourke St tragedy. A record number of suspended, disqualified and unlicensed drivers are being caught flouting the law on Victorian roads. Food prices at Coles and Woolworths jumped by over 9 per cent in the final quarter of 2022. Demand for Austr…
 
Some of Victoria’s most serious accused criminals are using a legal loophole to keep their cases secret. Five Australians have been left stunned after they were invited to chat with Prince William on a video call about their experiences in recent floods. Exhausted healthcare workers face the “busiest, crowded” emergency rooms of their careers as so…
 
MORE than $100m of train, tram and bus commuters’ money is sitting in state coffers, earning interest for the state government. INTERNATIONAL agents investigating corruption in tennis are monitoring several “persons of interest” at the Australian Open after an alarming surge in match fixing and doping cases that have rocked the sport. OUR youth hav…
 
A Mercedes driver charged over a CBD pursuit with two off-duty police officers on board has been revealed as a former nightclub promoter with a history of assaults. A TINY brain device that gives back the gift of communication to people with severe paralysis has been proven safe and effective in a world-first clinical trial in Melbourne. MELBOURNE’…
 
Dr Gavin Ashenden is joined this week by Edward Pentin, the distinguished English Catholic journalist and veteran Rome correspondent, to discuss the triumphs and tribulations of Cardinal George Pell, a giant of the Catholic Church who died suddenly last week following routine surgery. Cardinal Pell is recalled as a man of integrity, orthodoxy and c…
 
A peak body for the taxi industry has called out greedy drivers for price gouging, with the state government resisting calls to step in despite inflated fares at the Australian Open and safety concerns among female travellers. Tennis legend Margaret Court is set to snub this month’s Australian Open. Brit Selwood has made an impassioned plea to the …
 
Explosive video has shown Australian cricket legend Michael Clarke and Today Show host Karl Stefanovic squaring off in wild scenes in a public park over a cheating allegation. Accused of being “tricky” with the public, Anthony Albanese has not ruled out legislating an Indigenous Voice to Parliament if Australians reject enshrining the body in the c…
 
The DA has called on police minister Bheki Cele to deploy national police officers to Nelson Mandela Bay to help bolster efforts to stem the gang violence after what has been described as “the bloodiest weekend in the northern areas in a long time”. At least five people died and seven were wounded in several shootings over two days. In Behind The H…
 
Victorian business identity Robert Belteky allegedly defrauded the car parking company he ran of more than $10m A $1 Million reward will be posted today over the strangulation murder of Middle Park socialite Jeanette Moss. Secret listening devices recorded accused High Country killer Greg Lynn talking to himself about Russell Hill and Carol Clay ne…
 
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